2016-09-22 E-Edition

Celebrate freedom to read during Banned Books Week

Celebrate your right to choose what you read during Banned Books Week, September 25 – October 1, 2016 at Escondido Public Library. Banned Books Week is an annual national awareness campaign celebrating the freedom to read, and drawing attention to banned and challenged books, such as Catcher in the Rye, Harry Potter, and The Bible. During Banned Books Week the […]

On the Menu

Crock Pot Beef Bourguignon

Crock Pots are an absolute lifesaver during the week. Use and abuse your Crock pot. It is your friend. It provides comforting food when you get home from a long day at work or when you have had a long day with the kids at home. It is such a great feeling to know dinner is done and you get […]

– 30 – An Editor’s Notebook

I met some MAGEC people last week. I was invited to attend the local group MAGEC (Museum & Arts, Growing Escondido Culture), which includes representatives of Escondido’s various museums. They get together once a month and plan events, like the upcoming Second Saturday Escondido Walk, which will include a plethora of activities all over the city on October 8. For […]

Ride Share Driver Arrested in Attack

‏Police have arrested a 37 year old man by the name Jeremy George Vague. Vague has been charged with suspicion of kidnapping with intent to commit robbery or rape, forcible sexual penetration and assault with intent to commit a felony. He was arraigned at the Vista Court House this past Wednesday (September 21st) following his arrest two weekends back; he […]


The Police blotter is taken from the EPD website. The headlines are ours.

BOOKED ON DRUG CHARGES September 5, officers stopped a suspicious vehicle in the 2200 block of Felicita Avenue. The driver was on probation and subject to search. A search of her person and vehicle resulted in the discovery of over 110 grams of methamphetamine and $1,739 in cash. The female suspect was arrested and booked into the Vista Detention Facility […]

Chamber members relax on the links

Several members and their guests of the Escondido Chamber of Commerce came to relax, mingle and even swing at a few golf balls on Thursday, September 8 at the Vineyard Golf Course.

Mercado de Mezcal at KAABOO

The Escondido based business is featured in its own lounge at KAABOO 2016

San Diego’s KAABOO is not only known for music and comedy. It features a great deal of talented culinary artists from around the country competing to wow the masses with original cuisines along side local brewers and distillers that create unique flavors that make San Diego county a major hub for tantalizing tourism. Among these talents was featured Escondido’s very […]

Rincon expecting big crowd Thursday for sewer expansion meeting

A meeting of the Rincon del Diablo Municipal Water District Thursday evening is expected to draw a crowd from residents unhappy about possible development that a proposed sewer expansion could enable. Earlier this month Rincon sought public comment on a sewer master plan, and it certainly seems like it will get it on Thursday night — although not so much […]

‘Blair Witch’: Can’t be scary to save its life

For better or worse, 1999’s “The Blair Witch Project” pretty much invented the “found footage” style of filmmaking that we see so often these days, usually in horror movies. The film made $140 million on a budget of $60,000 thanks to its unprecedented style and a wily internet marketing campaign. This success led to a plethora of knockoffs, sometimes as […]

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