Kyle Pignone: Offensiva de los Cometas

Escritor Patrick Hartley Para algunos lanzadores, Kylie Pignone puede parecer una salida fácil, con una construcción más pequeña, no la apariencia de un bateador de poder típico. Pero debajo del ala de Palomar hay un feroz competidora que obtuvo un promedio de bateo de .450 y la capacidad de anotar 49 carreras en 39 juegos el año pasado.   Los bateadores iniciales son valorados no solo por sus golpes, sino también por su...

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Kylie Pignone: Comets offensive force
Mar04

Kylie Pignone: Comets offensive force

To some Pitchers Kylie Pignone may look like an easy out, havinga smaller build, not the look of a typical power hitter. But beneath the Palomar brim is a fierce competitor that tallied a .450 batting average and the ability to score 49 runs in 39 games last year. Leadoff hitters are valued not just for their hitting, but also the ability to just not get out. They hustle, they work the count, they bunt, they walk, they steal, they...

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Belly Up Tavern rallies support
Dec14

Belly Up Tavern rallies support

Photos and story by: Pat Hartley From outrage to singing, from disgust to dancing from negativity to positivity, such was the seismic range of emotions at the Songs for S.O.N.G.S. (San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station) rally at the Belly up Tavern in Solana Beach on October 8, 2018. At stake is the fate of 3.6 million pounds of lethal radioactive waste perched in substandard canisters only 5/8 of an inch thick (approximately the...

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Bend it like Burr
Dec12

Bend it like Burr

Story by Patrick Hartley After a performance at Palomar colleges concert hour, Palomar’s Music and Jazz students were treated by Ellen Burr to a rare master class on extended flute techniques, and improvisation on and off the stage. Burr is not only a Master Flutist, teacher, conductor and author, she is a featured performer at numerous Los Angeles music festivals and concert series. She is also a member The West Coast Chamber Jazz...

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Drone Program Takes Flight
Dec11

Drone Program Takes Flight

Story by Patrick Hartley Palomar’s Geography and Digital Imaging Departments have combined for a groundbreaking Associates Degree. According to Consulting firm Mckinsey and Co. drones are the next new technology that will both disrupt and construct whole new industries. They stated that the drone economy has already grown from 40 million in 2012 to earning 1 billion in 2017. It is also predicted to leap to a 40 billion industry by...

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