2015-09-24

Boys Under 19 Hurricanes advance to first place in division



The Boys Under 19 Hurricane team played two games over the weekend and advanced to the front of their division. Saturday they squared off against San Diego Soccer Institute in Carmel Valley. Team Captain Austin Reser scored in the first two minutes, and the Hurricanes kept up the pressure, leading at half time 5-0. In the second half the Hurricane […]

VCAA’s ‘Art from the heart’ exhibit opens at VC Library



“Art From The Heart”- a view of the world through the eyes of Valley Center artists, went on display September 17 in the Community Room at the Valley Center Library. The art exhibit is available for public viewing during normal library business hours. The exhibit features the art of Valley Center Art Association Members. “Landscapes, still life, portraits, wildlife and […]

‘Enchanting Garden Tea’ Sept. 27 will feature singing and flute music



The upcoming outreach tea event (fundraiser) is organized by WROTE Ministries & Networking With Purpose, comprised by all volunteers and is non-profit. The “Enchanting Garden Tea,” sponsored by WROTE Ministries will take place Sunday, September 27 at 2–4:30 p.m. at the Pala Mesa Resort (76 & Old Hwy 395/Fallbrook). The tea program will be highlighted with a live auction so […]

Around Valley Center



CALLING ALL ROBOTICISTS-LINE FOLLOWING COMPETITION The Valley Center Library will sponsor an Autonomous Line Following Robot Competition on the 5th of September, 2015 Robot Competition. The competition will be held on the grounds of the library. This competition is open to all North County residents between the ages of 10-18. Judging will be performed by leading Electrical and Computer Science […]

“Big Fish” is big entertainment with a deeply emotional core

Review—

Will Bloom is getting tired of his dad’s tall tales and endless stories that always have him, Edward Bloom, as the hero. As he prepares to get married, the sophisticated younger man, played by Patrick Cummings wants his dad not to make any weird, narcissistic toasts at his wedding and to keep his stories to himself. Edward Bloom, played by […]

So I was thinking . . .

Responding to a critic

I hadn’t planned on writing a column this week (and this is not one of my regular columns), but I couldn’t let the Letter to the Editor (in this issue) regarding my last column go unanswered. In typical “let-me-straighten-you-out fashion” the writer completely missed the gist of the column. The column was not about being against abortion (although I am), […]

Apple Festival—




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