Motorists line up for free steaks

The day before Easter cars were lined up in the parking lot of Kennedy’s Meat Company from early in the day until 5 p.m. for a giveaway of New York Strip steaks that ended up totaling 20,000 pounds of meat and jerky. The giveaway was announced on Friday and cars started lining up at 5 a.m. The giveaway was the […]

Baha’is Celebrate Festival of Ridvan

Baha’is of Escondido and all Baha’is communities around the world will celebrate the Festival of Ridvan, a twelve day festival from April 20 – May 1. It is the holiest Baha’i Festival, Ridvan means paradise and is named for the garden of Ridvan outside Baghdad where Baha’u’llah stayed for 12 days in 1863 before being exiled to Istanbul. The Festival […]

God Doesn’t Just Love You, He Likes You!

  “Look with wonder at the depth of the Father’s marvelous love that he has lavished on us! He has called us and made us his very own beloved children… Beloved, we are God’s children right now… when it is finally made visible, we will be just like him, for we will see him as he truly is.” (1 John […]

BREATHE BETTER with Air Crafts Heating & Air Conditioning

We highly recommend using a product called MICROPURE Total Home Active Air Purifier (MX4).   This product actively cleans the air like nothing else can.  It uses a unique new indoor air quality process to naturally produce airborne scrubbers that actively seek out and destroy viruses, indoor pollutants in the air, on surfaces, and wherever the air goes. Features:  Eliminates […]

Maintaining our sanity

Are you all maintaining your sanity? Having multiple activities during the day keeps your brain working positively keeping your mind off being holed up at home. The upside, of course, is if you are working from home like so many are then you are busy with your work and you can still goof off a bit just as you did […]

Most “social distancing” complaints unfounded says mayor McNamara

In his weekly video address to the city Escondido Mayor Paul McNamara noted that the Escondido Police Department answers all calls of complaint about persons allegedly violating the social distancing and mask requirements for businesses. As he does each week in his video (which can be accessed on the city’s website) the mayor emphasized that the city is following the […]

Physical therapist keeps connected using telehealth

In times like this, rather than cursing the night, Skye Grayson, an Escondido physical therapist, is “trying to be a light in a time of darkness.” Dr. Grayson and his team at NCept Physical Therapy have been using Telehealth for about four weeks to treat patients who would in normal times travel to one of seven NCept clinics and deal […]

Escondido native made presence felt on Menlo’s softball team

Menlo College Softball’s Victoria Cervantes has been the face of the Oaks pitching staff for the past four years.  The Escondido native came to Menlo in 2016 and immediately had her presence felt. As just a freshman, Cervantes dazzled, leading the Oaks pitching staff in wins, innings pitched, and strikeouts and helping Menlo to their best season in program history, […]