2007 editorial features

Nov-Dec

Granny Would Get It

Legendary surf photographer, LeRoy Grannis, captured the rise of California's pastime.

Carlsbad Magazine's Gifts to Give

A guide to gold-medal gifts from our favorite places to shop in and around Carlsbad

Never, Never Underestimate Lancer Pride - A History of CHS Part II (1970 - 1989)

Clipping or streaking, the '70s and '80s at CHS were a time out of mind.

Tapping the Pacific

Carlsbad's dependency on imported water will soon be eliminated as Poseidon Resources is set to quench Carlsbad's thirst.

Sep-Oct

Spirit is a School Called Carlsbad - A History of CHS Part I

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, relive the history of Carlsbad High School from 1958-1969.

Spas of Karlsbad

Carlsbad's spa phenomenon began with a mineral spring over 120 years ago. The present-day city offers a multitude of world-renowned spas.

Chain Linked

The Frazee brothers have been working the Carlsbad High School football chain gang for over 25 years.

Jul-Aug

The Crosings at Carlsbad

Eighteen Years in the Making, Carlsbad's New Municipal Golf Course has the Promise of a City Gem.

Frozen Addictions

The inside scoop on Carlsbad's sweet summertime delights.

A Lovely Finish

La Costa's Acura Classic tennis tournament is ending its 24-year run, but not without a grand slam finale.

Carlsbad's Peaceful Wave Warrior

The successful surfing career of Taylor Knox spans several decades, but that doesn't mean he's getting out of the water any time soon.

May-Jun

The Adventures of Randy Laine

The elimination of the fear gene has put Carlsbad extreme sportist Randy Laine in a class all his own.

The Look of Summer

Carlsbad meets casual summer style along the poolside and golf greens of La Costa Resort & Spa.

Post-War Carlsbad Barrio ~ Part 2

Take a historical journey through Carlsbad's Barrio from WWII to yesterday.

Mar-Apr

Viva Barrio Carlsbad ~ Part 1`

Take a historical journey through Carlsbad's Barrio from 1900 to World War II. Enjoy personal accounts and photos from the Barrio's first families.

Comics to Courtrooms

Although Bill Lignante puts his pen to paper for greeting cards these days, he's best known for his images of courtroom drama and comic book mainstays.

Lights, Camera, Education!

Go behind the scenes to learn how CHSTV earns its stripes as one of the best high school broadcast programs in the country.

The Flower Fields® 2007

Legislation has guaranteed The Flower Fields preservation, and new and returning exhibits will have visitors and locals thankful they’re here to stay.

Jan-Feb

The Santa Ana Effect

Carlsbad is blessed with Santa Ana weather conditions that paint our sunsets. Here are some lasting images of our "Santa Ana Effect."

Carlsbad's Iron Woman

Carlsbad resident Michellie Jones loves to keep her life down to earth, but in the meantime, Jones continues to prove she’s one of the best triathletes in the world.

Carlsbad's Boutique Boom

As Carlsbad's Village evolves, small businesses lead the way to a future filled with fashionable apparel boutiques and chic accessories.

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