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“It’s not just Encinitas. It's also Del Mar, Solana Beach, Carlsbad..."
On the morning of May 20, a home on Nolbey Street in Cardiff by the Sea was the second home burglarized on the same street in the past two weeks. Combined with an increase of ...
“I hope our city is not for sale. Find another way to make money."
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Chris Ahrens's greatest compliment: “It was just like that, man.”
In February of 1997, the Reader did a cover story featuring surf writer Chris Ahrens as one of San Diego’s leading “micro-publishers” in the then-growing field of authors self-publishing their books. Now, six books later, ...
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“They survived by throwing themselves on piles of dead bodies."
On April 24, 1915, the government of the Turkish Ottoman Empire arrested 250 Armenian intellectual, community, and religious leaders. Most were later killed. It was the start of what would become the 20th Century’s first ...