2016-04-28

2016-04-28 E-Edition

Renaissance Faire continues at Felicita Park



Hosted year in Felicita by Olde Tyme Pro­ductions, Escondido’s Renais­sance Faire returns for its 15th Park at 742 Clarence Lane featuring the royal court; jests for riddlers, poets, scoundrels and lovers; knightly jousting; devious pirates, and fanciful creatures of all walks of life. With fun crafts and activities for both young and old, visiting faire is always an experience that […]

Temp Partial Road Closure – Harding Street



TEMPORARY PARTIAL ROAD CLOSURE ON HARDING STREET, BETWEEN WASHINGTON AVENUE AND VALLEY PARKWAY Due to the installation of new recycled water pipelines, the City of Escondido advises motorists that Harding Street between Washington Avenue & Valley Parkway will be reduced to a partial lane closer effective, Monday, May 2, 2016 through Monday, May 16, 2016. All work to be performed between […]

Skilled local horsewoman killed in freak accident Saturday



Saturday night, shortly after rid­ing in the Lakeside Rodeo parade lo­cal horsewoman Diana Cavender was killed when her horse spooked, lost its balance and rolled on her, hitting her head against the pavement. Cavender is a member of the re­nowned Escondido Mounted Posse, and was described by one of the mem­bers as being the best and most expe­rienced rider in […]

“Passage Into Fear” at Escondido’s Patio Playhouse Theatre through May 1



The noted repertory theater group North County Players (northcounty­players.org) is bringing the historical stage thriller, “Passage Into Fear,” to Escondido’s Patio Playhouse Theatre through May 1. “Passage Into Fear” is inspired by noir classics like Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Lady Vanishes” and “Strang­ers on a Train” and Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express.” The play, set in 1917 is being […]

Voter registration deadline approaching



(Register at Escondido City Hall until midnight on Monday, May 23) Escondido City Clerk Diane Halverson reminds residents that Monday, May 23 is the last day to register to vote in the California Primary Election to be held June 7, 2016. City Hall will remain open until midnight May 23 to accept voter registration cards.  During regular business hours, you […]

John Paul the Great Catholic University to double size of campus



John Paul the Great Catholic Uni­versity, which opened two and a half years ago in the heart of downtown Escondido, late last year completed a purchase that will allow it to double the size of its campus, adding 30,000 square feet on 1.5 acres. It purchased the old Johnson furni­ture building located at 131 S. Broad­way and the old Center […]

“The Huntsman: Winter’s War”



When I see an unnecessary sequel, I’ll often wonder what the studio was thinking. I’m not talking about the huge franchises where any kind of new installment is basically a license to print money. I’m talking about unwanted se­quels to movies that don’t have a fan base clamoring for more. Obviously I can think of a few motivating factors – […]

Expect Delays Tomorrow at SR 76 and Old Highway 395



Expect Delays Tomorrow at SR 76 and Old Highway 395 On Wednesday, May 4th, Caltrans will close SR 76 at the intersection of Old Highway 395 at 1:00 p.m. for approximately one hour, so crews can conduct minor rock blasting work to improve the highway. During the blasting activity, Caltrans will establish a safety perimeter at Old Highway 395.  The blasting will create a […]

Grand Avenue Festival will feature celebrity landscaper Ahmed Hassan



Come to the Grand Avenue Festival and Street Fair on Sunday, May 15, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. in Escondido and meet celebrity landscape professional and green industry expert Ahmed Hassan, the original “Yard Crasher” for HGTV and the DIY network. Since 2007, Ahmed has appeared on DIY Network and HGTV in “Land­scape Smart,” “Yard Crashers” and “Turf War.” He has co-hosted […]


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