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Encinitas (San Diego, California)

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  • Many interested in Surfing Madonna mosaic

    ENCINITAS, Calif. -- Whether you feel it's art or graffiti, the mosaic, known as the Surfing Madonna will have to come down. Last Wednesday, the Encinitas city council voted unanimously to bring down the glass mosaic, but agreed to spend $2,000 to an Los...
  • Good morning, Encinitas!

    Good morning, Encinitas!
    ENCINITAS, Calif. -- The Fox 5 Morning News team is on the road in Encinitas Friday. Raoul, Shally, Chrissy, and Ali are at Moonlight Beach from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. highlighting all aspects of this beautiful beach town. The public is welcome to join the...
  • City to remove 'Surfing Madonna'

    City to remove 'Surfing Madonna'
    ENCINITAS, Calif. -- City leaders decided that the Surfing Madonna must come down off a public wall, but they hope to remove it in such a way that it can be put up somewhere else.  The Encinitas City Council voted to spend nearly $2,000 to have a Los...
  • Beach city declares war on 'hazardous' weeds

    Beach city declares war on 'hazardous' weeds
    ENCINITAS, Calif. -- A North County beach city has agreed to help fight an invasive weed that punctures bicycle tires and pierces flip flops and pet paws. The weeds, known as goathead thorns or puncture vines, are affecting thousands of cyclist,...
  • Beyond Natives

    We've all heard the mantra "Grow California native plants," and with good reason. They require less irrigation, can withstand tough conditions and generally don't require much maintenance -- all good traits for gardeners facing diminishing water supplies,...
  • Molly Bee dies at 69; country singer

    Molly Bee, a country singer popular in the 1950s and 1960s who was a teenage star on television's "Hometown Jamboree" and "The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show," has died. She was 69. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Molly Bee obituary: The obituary of...
  • Letters to the editor

    Anything goes? No Re “Keeping L.A.’s signs vital,” Critic’s Notebook, March 26 Is there anything that makes Los Angeles look more like Podunk than the proliferation of gigantic Lady Liberties? Is it true that Times...
  • K. Pattabhi Jois, leading teacher of Ashtanga yoga, dies at 94

    K. Pattabhi Jois, leading teacher of Ashtanga yoga, dies at 94
    Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, the leading teacher of Ashtanga yoga who is credited with bringing the practice to a mass audience and introducing it to the West, has died. He was 94. Jois died Monday at his home in Mysore, India, after a short illness, the...
  • Otha Young dies at 66; songwriter of 'The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)' for Juice Newton

    Otha Young, who wrote the 1980s hit "The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)" for Grammy-winning singer Juice Newton during their long musical partnership, died of cancer Aug. 6 at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, said his wife, Brenda. He was 66. Young...
  • Mable Hoffman dies at 88; slow-cooker pioneer wrote 'Crockery Cookery'

    Mable Hoffman dies at 88; slow-cooker pioneer wrote 'Crockery Cookery'
    Food stylist and home economist Mable Hoffman had been married a good 30 years when a wedding gift caused her career to take an aromatic detour. The recipients of that early 1970s present -- a Crock-Pot -- were newlyweds unsure of what to do with the...
  • Grow your own exotic citrus -- pummelos, blood oranges and kaffir limes.

    Grow your own exotic citrus -- pummelos, blood oranges and kaffir limes.
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA has the perfect climate for growing unusual citrus. Some of the more interesting include fruited blood oranges, fragrant-leaved kaffir limes and the surprisingly enormous pummelo. Pummelo (Citrus maxima): It looks like an elephant...