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No party preference candidate Jahn doesn’t want your money

With the March 5 California primaries approaching, the six candidates for the 48th Congressional District are raising the money necessary to fuel their campaigns.  All except one. Meet Lucinda KWH Jahn.  Jahn is running as a no-party-preference candidate whose slogan is “I don’t want your money, just your vote.” True to form, she hasn’t raised a dime.  The Federal Election […]

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John Marko • March 5, 1936 – January 6, 2024

In Loving Memory of John Marko March 5, 1936 – January 6, 2024 John was born in New Brighton, PA. His artistic journey began under the guidance of Mildred Pratt, his Beaver County art instructor, who encouraged him to pursue his passion further. At the age of 18, John’s talent was recognized when Mrs. Pratt awarded him the first-place prize […]

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Highland Way to perform Celtic music at CCAE March 14

The California Center for the Arts, Escondido will host Highland Way on March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Center Theater. This evening promises the rich sounds of Celtic music, featuring a blend of traditional tunes and contemporary favorites. Highland Way, composed of seasoned studio session musicians, has a reputation for delivering exceptional performances across a diverse range of venues. […]

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“Argylle” – Taylor Swift Didn’t Write It (I wish she had)

People always say the trailers show the best parts. For the movie “Argylle” that’s certainly true. It’s a shame this doesn’t work. It’s a spy movie with a cast that includes wrestler John Cena, Superman Henry Cavill, and “Breaking Bad’s” Bryan Cranston being bad again. Oscar winner Sam Rockwell, who instead of trying for an Oscar is trying for an […]

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Stephen Houlahan looks to unseat Darrell Issa in 48th District

March primary ballot are in many voters’ mailboxes, including those of the 48th Congressional District, where the Republican incumbent Darrell Issa seeks a third term. Issa faces five candidates across the political spectrum, including four Democrats and a no-party-preference candidate. Three are candidates he beat in 2022, the other two are first-time contenders.  Stephen Houlahan (D) was the closest contender […]

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TERC to hear former Mayor Pfeiler

A former Escondido mayor and  school board candidate will speak Monday, February 19 to The Escondido Republican Club (TERC) at J&M’s restaurant, 1215 E. Valley Parkway.  The meeting starts at noon and doors open at 11:15 a.m. Join the group for lunch and order off the regular menu in their private dining room. Speakers are Lori Pfeiler, former Escondido mayor […]

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Escondido Art Association Gallery belongs to kids in March

In honor of Art Education Month, Art Association (EAA) will give the entire gallery to children’s art in March. Giving back to the community and promoting art in students, EAA has two programs for kids in in grades K-12. Through their Kids Kaleidoscope program students in grades K-11 can submit one piece of art, either 2D or 3D, with a […]

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Lucky Escondido weather

All I can say is we must be living right in Escondido. Latest examples are the past two weekends. We had rain all week long, stopping Friday evening, then two Saturdays ago the LoveEsco event happened to clear blue skies and not a drop of rain.  Then last week we had the same every day rain until Saturday morning welcoming […]

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HVCCA to sponsor Duetto Feb. 25

Duetto, brought to you by Hidden Valley Community Concert Association, will take you on a wonderful journey at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 25.   Victoria Roberson and Bernard Bermudez accompanied by a pianist will sing popular hits and classic ballads such as “Tonight, Tonight,” “Besame Mucho,” “All I Ask of You,” “Maria,” “Granada,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “O […]

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Humane help for homeless

Surveys indicate that 70% of Californians see homelessness as a big problem. That’s understandable since almost one half of all unsheltered homeless persons live in California, though we have only about 12% of the nation’s total population. Over the past three years, our homeless population increased by over 22,000 persons, to almost 174,000. In San Diego County, the homeless population […]

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