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Two Leucadia Locals Make Sweet and Salty Creations with  Big Flavor
5 years ago

Two Leucadia Locals Make Sweet and Salty Creations with Big Flavor

By  •  Faces in the Crowd

[heading] by: KATHY LOY | photos by Soul of Photography [/heading]

When they call you “Salty Sisters” you know there is a story behind it. Actually, Gretchen Bender is supposed …
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The Gafner Family Enjoys their Leucadia Home, Three Generations and Counting
5 years ago

The Gafner Family Enjoys their Leucadia Home, Three Generations and Counting

By  •  Local Families

[heading] by WYNNE LOVE | photos by Soul of Photography [/heading]

The Gafner family’s Leucadia roots run deep. Stan Gafner moved into the family home on Saxony Road in 1999, …
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Botanical Bliss
5 years ago

Botanical Bliss

By  •  Cover Stories

[heading] by MICHELLE TREMBLAY | photos by Soul of Photography [/heading]

As you embark on to the grounds of San Diego Botanic Garden you become encapsulated by its beauty. The …
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One Stop Furniture & Patio has something  for every room in your house
5 years ago

One Stop Furniture & Patio has something for every room in your house

By  •  Businesses

[heading] by KATHY LOY [/heading]

Businesses spend a lot of time deciding upon a slogan that will quickly and effectively tell prospective customers about the core beliefs of a store …
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Gluten-Free Food That’s Almost Too Good to be True
5 years ago

Gluten-Free Food That’s Almost Too Good to be True

By  •  Businesses

[heading] by WYNNE LOVE [/heading]

Mike Barbanti loves food, so when Celiac disease severely limited his diet, he was devastated. Not one to stomach lemons, Mike decided to make lemonade …
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Dr. Isabel David, the Dentist Who Does it All
5 years ago

Dr. Isabel David, the Dentist Who Does it All

By  •  Businesses

[heading] by LINDA FRABL photo by Michael Bielecki [/heading]

Many of us dread going to the dentist … we visualize scary, impersonal professionals drilling away at us. Thankfully Dr. Isabel …
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Firefighters Give Advice on How to Keep Your Home Safe from Fire
5 years ago

Firefighters Give Advice on How to Keep Your Home Safe from Fire

By  •  Home Tips

[heading] by WYNNE LOVE [/heading]

Over the past decade, many Rancho Bernardo homeowners have seen firsthand the worst a fire can do. The Cedar Fire of 2003 and Witch Creek …
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Stage Door Dance, Catering to Every Kind of Dancer
5 years ago

Stage Door Dance, Catering to Every Kind of Dancer

By  •  Businesses

[heading] by LINDA FRABL | | photos by Michael Bielecki [/heading]

Great dance experiences are what inspired Patti Weinberg, owner/manager of Stage Door Dance in Encinitas, to open her own studio. …
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The Turning of the Tidelines
5 years ago

The Turning of the Tidelines

By  •  Faces in the Crowd

High Tide—

John Conover loves being in the water, and he loves the unique and healthy life he has invented for himself here in Encinitas for the past 35 years. …
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Lori Mayne, A Role Model for Female Leadership
5 years ago

Lori Mayne, A Role Model for Female Leadership

By  •  Community Volunteers

[heading] by Linda Frabl | photo by Soul of Photography [/heading]

This banker turned stay-at-home mom, Lori Mayne, wanted to instill a love for charitable leadership activities in her two …
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