Sure, this little edit may be all about the EcoXGear waterproof, bluetooth speaker, however, if you watch closely you’ll see that the real star is Carlsbad.
What to know where the City of Carlsbadistan stand on the city and the people that make up the community? Apparently, “Carlsbad is on its way to becoming a world class city.” Here is an official overview from Mayor Matt Hall.
We haven’t been out to check it out in a while, but once they start pouring the walls things go pretty fast. Meaning, it could be a great skate summer at Alga Norte, finally. Seems like it’s taken forever, doesn’t it?
Carlsbadistan are you ready to rawk and roll, and swing out to some southern blues? Then the Museum of Making Music has just the show for you on Friday night, April 5, 2013 as The Tilt kicks it up a notch at MOMMs Local Flavor Concert Series.
The Tilt band is creating new music and original songs with a fresh new sound of organic Rock and Blues. They are a youthful but experienced band fronted by singer Jesse Malley and guitarist Jeff Irwin. The Tilt delivers live as well as in the studio and continues to maintain a do-it-yourself approach to writing, recording, and releasing original songs. Their debut album is set for early 2013.
Tickets are $10 and include a slice of Flippin’ Pizza and a beverage from the Stone Brewing Company. Nothing wrong with that at all. The Museum of Making Music is located at 5790 Armada Drive in Carlsbad, California.
Have you seen Superman flying State Beach? If not, here is the video evidence.
Spy’s Bob Soven gets busy taking care of business right in our backyard. Yeah, that dock looks familiar. So does that street. Carlsbadistan has it all!
Carlsbadistan surfer Ricky Whitlock ran into some trouble while surfing the North Shore of Oahu’s Pipeline on January 25, 2012.
Ricky took off on his second wave of the morning, which broke on top of him and slammed him into the reef, breaking two vertebra in his back. This is his story.
The film is narrated by Carlsbad High School graduate Sal Masekela. It’s like an all Carlsbadistan cast. We’re glad Whitlock is back at it.
[Link: Surfing Magazine]
Timo Andres, performing At The River in the above video, will be tickling the ivories tonight in the Village as the Carlsbad Music Festival turns our quiet downtown streets into an exploding bouquet of epic sounds.
Andres will be playing at St. Michael’s by the Sea tonight at 8 PM. Click here for a full schedule of tonights music walk or here for all the details on the entire weekend.
[Link: Carlsbad Music Festival]
Carlsbadistan gets a taste of pure African rhythms as Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-Stars rise up to kick off Jazz In The Park’s run at Calavera Hills Park.
Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars have risen like a phoenix out of the ashes of war and enflamed the passions of fans across the globe with their uplifting songs of hope, faith and joy. The band is a potent example of the redeeming power of music and the ability of the human spirit to persevere through unimaginable hardship and emerge with optimism intact. From their humble beginnings in West African refugee camps Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars have performed on some of the world’s most prestigious stages and matured into one of Africa’s top touring and recording bands.
Remember: bring chairs, snacks, drinks (to share with your neighbors). The music begins at 6 PM. Calavera Hills Park is located at 2997 Glasgow Dr. in Carlsbad.
It’s not exactly a secret spot for Carlsbadistan mountain bikers, but if you haven’t been out to the Calavera Trails recently, here’s a little update from the City of Carlsbad. Which reminds us, it’s probably time to go burn some laps. . .