Gallery:  Three Sisters performed at Palomar
Oct12

Gallery: Three Sisters performed at Palomar

[Show picture list]   Palomar Performing Arts presents Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov and directed by John Polak.  Performance dates Oct. 3 – 12 in the studio...

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Up and Running Bagby Beer Company
Oct06

Up and Running Bagby Beer Company

Oceanside – A new, local brewery was picked out of 52 breweries worldwide to tap simultaneously a rare Belgium Lambic brewed by famous Cantillon Brewery as part of Zwanze day, Sept 20. Bagby Beer Company was selected by Legendary Cantillon Brewery, which started in the 1900s that first created Zwanze day in 2008 as a celebration geared toward friendship through craft beer. “We were blown away that he chose us, simply honored, ”...

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Pictures are worth a thousand words, and so is style
Oct06

Pictures are worth a thousand words, and so is style

  Chic. Simple. Cute. That’s Jessy Olvera’s style and she owns it. Olvera is a quiet girl with not much to say, but her style certainly speaks for itself. While neither bold nor daring, Jessy’s fashion sense is one which clearly reflects her personality. That is what style is all about: creating a style that expresses who you are, rather than following trends that might not be in sync with everyone’s diverse personalities....

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Palomar jazz band salutes Buddy Rich
Oct06

Palomar jazz band salutes Buddy Rich

“Big Swing Face: A Tribute to Buddy Rich” premiered on Sept. 26 at the Howard Brubeck Theatre for jazz-lovers and Buddy Rich fans alike. There was a multitude of people waiting outside the theater, a mixture of students, kids and other members of the community. Director Paul Kurokawa began the concert by asking if anyone had met Buddy Rich. Several hands went up. One man in particular was Robert Evans, an Encinitas resident who said...

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New show takes audiences to the moon and back
Oct03

New show takes audiences to the moon and back

Leah Baena/The Telescope “Moons: Worlds of Mystery” made its premier Sept. 18 and will be at Palomar’s Planetarium for the next six months, according to officials. Actor Ed Helms, famous for his role as Stuart Price in the movie “The Hangover,” narrates the action, as the program takes guests through a digitized projection of the many moons in the universe. “We have only known of the moon,” Helm’s voice echoes through the venue. “It...

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Authentic Brazilian culture in dance class
Sep17

Authentic Brazilian culture in dance class

Portuguese accompanied by traditional Brazilian instruments being played in the background creates a lively mood in Professor Elias Fonseca’s Capoeira class. The class, which takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 0-2, is much more than a dance class, it is an open window to the art of Capoeira and authentic Brazilian culture. Fonseca’s class not only focuses on teaching students the art of Capoeira – a fusion of dance and...

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