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American Legion Post 365 & VFW Post 7041 Weekly Menu

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Let us do the cooking!!Great meals this week – as always… open to public. Check the bottom section for meetings and events 1234 S Santa Fe , Vista, CA 760.726.0472

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Carlsbad City Manager

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February 2, 2023 Early this morning, Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his Pennsylvania burrow, saw his shadow and predicted six more weeks of winter weather. While the groundhog’s annual prediction is not much of a nail-biter for those of us lucky enough to be in Carlsbad, I do see a chance of showers in the forecast […]

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Vista Sheriff’s Station Coffee with the Community Draws a Crowd

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TR Robertson -A chilly Wednesday morning did not stop a nice sized crowd of residents from joining Interim Vista Sheriff Captain John Boyce and a number of Vista Sheriff’s Department personnel from enjoying a cup of coffee, some breakfast snacks at the new Starbucks on Hacienda and a chance to speak with the Sheriff’s attending […]

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CoLab Public House February Newsletter

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Vista, CA – It’s official, the New Year is not as new anymore. February has arrived, love is in the air and we have everything you need to make it memorable. Whether looking for something romantic to do with that special person, looking to get your feet wet after a long (successful?) dry January or […]

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Vista Boys & Girls Club February Newsletter

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We are excited to announce a new partnership with Vista Unified School District for 6th grade before and after school ELO-P Programs. Join us before and after-school at one of our four locations for fun and impactful programs full of Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Character & Leadership[ Development programs. Our programs will be held […]

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Vista VeloCity News

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Vista Chamber Updates Become Frontline Friendly Certified The Vista Chamber of Commerce is excited to be the first chamber to partner with Frontline Careers (FLC). As an official Frontline Friendly SM partner, all Vista Chamber members get a discount on the cost of their assessment, and companies that earn certification receive additional benefits from both FLC and the Vista […]

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Discover the Guitar at MoMM’s Community Music Day

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Community Music Day Guitar Exploration Saturday, February 4 Join us for a guitar-themed celebration! Enjoy a variety of activities throughout the day! Whether you play, love, or are curious about guitars, there’s something for everyone! These activities are “Pay-What-You-Wish” (does not include Museum admission), and are FREE for Museum Members! For Adults & Older Students: RSVP […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    February 2, 2023 Early this morning, Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his Pennsylvania burrow, saw his shadow and predicted six more weeks of winter weather. While the groundhog’s annual prediction is not much of a nail-biter for those of us lucky enough to be in Carlsbad, I do see a chance of showers in the forecast […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond -Help for Low-Income Seniors

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    While there are many layers to homelessness, one group I’m focused on preventing from becoming the next in line is seniors. Inflation and rising utility prices are crushing seniors on fixed income and we don’t want our seniors being priced out and ending up on the street. Last year, the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to […]

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    Oceanside Seeks Community Input For Design Of El Corazon Park Site1

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    Oceanside, CA – On Thursday, February 2, 2023, the City of Oceanside will host a community meeting for the design of the El Corazon Park Site 1 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the El Corazon Conference and Event Center, located at 3306 Senior Center Drive. This is the second opportunity for the community to […]

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    North County African American Women’s Association & North Island Credit Union Extend Partnership

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    To Offer 2023 Scholarships & Financial Literacy Programs San Diego, CA – January, 2023 – North County African American Women’s Association (NCAAWA) and North Island Credit Union have extended their partnership for a third year, offering scholarships and financial literacy programming to college-bound female students of African American descent in North County San Diego. Four $2,500 […]

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    Spring Semester Begins at Palomar College

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    San Marcos, CA – Thousands of students made their way back to campus on Monday and Tuesday, January 30-31, 2023, for the beginning of the Spring semester at Palomar College. The main campus and Education Centers in Escondido, Rancho Bernardo and Fallbrook were in full swing, with hundreds of classes and all student services available. […]

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    TrueCare Receives Nonprofit of the Year Award From Ramona Chamber

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    San Marcos, CA – TrueCare Ramona earned the prestigious honor of 2022 Nonprofit of the Year from the Ramona Chamber of Commerce at their Community Awards Gala on January 29, 2023. The community health center opened locally in November 2018 and has been providing greater access to health care, connecting with residents, and partnering with […]

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    Urban Corps Of San Diego Receives $100,000 Donation From Guild Giving Foundation

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    Money will be used to help young adults with education and job training Urban Corps of San Diego County received a $100,000 donation from the Guild Giving Foundation, a nonprofit organization created by Guild Mortgage to deliver on its commitment to building relationships and strengthening communities. The money will be used to help Urban Corps continue its mission to […]

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    California Center For Arts -February Art+Sound

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    HUAI LICONSTRAINT AND TRANSCENDENCE Closing February 26th  Now until February 26th experience Huai Li’s Constraint and Transcendence exhibition. This exhibition showcases Huai Li’s process which involves relentless experimentation, bouts of self-doubt, and liberating moments of confirmation. Her art is both risky and thrilling while revealing a tender vulnerability. Also On View Blurring Boundaries: The Women […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Announces First-Of-Its-Kind Health Care Access

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      Sacramento, CA – Last week, the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) announced California has received approval from the federal government to become the first state in the nation to allow specific physical and behavioral health care services for people incarcerated in state prisons to access California’s Medi-Cal system 90 days prior to their […]

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      Senator Nguyen’s Measure Increases Accountability In Early Prisoner Release Programs

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      Following tragic murder of Selma police officer Gonzalo Carrasco Jr., Senate Minority Caucus Chair Janet Nguyen doubles down on effort to fix broken program. Sacramento, CA -Saying there is an “urgent and immediate” need to bring accountability for California’s early release of prisoners, Senate Minority Caucus Chair Janet Nguyen (R-Huntington Beach) will introduce legislation that would require […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Water, Water, Everywhere

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -In 2014 voters approved a $7.5 billion water bond, which included $2.7 billion for construction of new dams and reservoirs. Unfortunately, few projects are underway, or even being planned.  Our largest dams and reservoirs were built before 1979, most between 1945 and 1968, when our population was less than half its current […]

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      California Senate Republicans Urge Immediate Action to Alleviate Costs of Rising Natural Gas Prices

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      Sacramento, CA – For months California families have seen their natural gas bills dramatically rising. This month, those bills shockingly skyrocketed due to higher demand and tighter supplies for natural gas on the West Coast. Utility bills already strain the budgets of many struggling Californians who are dealing with the high costs of living in this state, […]

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      California Senate Announces Robust 2023 Legislative Priorities

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      Sacramento, CA -California Senate Republicans Announce Robust 2023 Legislative Priorities to Fix California. Joined by California families, homeless advocates, and small business owners who have been severely impacted by Sacramento Democrats’ misguided policies, Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and members of the California Senate Republican Caucus announced their legislative priorities which aim to cut […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Committee Assignments For 2023

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – Most business of the Legislature is conducted by committees. Committees have jurisdiction over specific policy areas, and usually have a Democratic chair and Republican vice chair. Most legislation must pass several committees before a final vote on the Assembly floor. This session, Assembly Speaker Rendon has appointed me to six standing […]

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      California Senate Republicans Outline 2023 Legislative Priorities

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      Cut Costs, ACT on Homelessness, Tackle Crime, and More Sacramento, CA –Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and members of the California Senate Republican Caucus will hold a press conference to unveil their 2023 legislative priorities to fix California.  WHO:    WHAT:   California Senate Republicans will hold a press conference to announce legislative priorities to act […]

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      Leader Jones Chairwoman Nguyen’s Joint Statement on Lunar New Year Mass Shooting in Monterey Park

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      Sacramento, CA – Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and Senate Minority Caucus Chairwoman Janet Nguyen (R-Huntington Beach) issued the following statement:  “In what should have been a weekend filled with smiles and laughter for the Lunar New Year, we are now mourning a senseless tragedy. “The California Senate Republican Caucus is praying for the families, victims, and […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Kathy: I’m working on portions and eating less especially with snacking. I’ve been using those 100 calorie packs. Do you think those are a good way to control snacking?  Megan: Portion control is of course difficult and food is probably one of the hardest parts of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We have to eat to live, […]

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        Carnage Asada – Thomas Calabrese

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        Trip to Tijuana Thomas Calabrese – Looking back, Master Chief Jake Bondarenko had mixed emotions about his upcoming retirement. He vividly remembered every one of his 14 deployments and how he earned three Silver Stars, two Bronze Stars, seven Purple Hearts and numerous commendations. The men that he served with were like his extended family […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jeremy: Seems like many of my friends have had heart attacks and it’s more common than I thought. I’m only in my 50’s so what are the warning signs of a heart attack?  Megan: It’s true about 790,000 Americans have a heart attack each year, and 114,000 will die from it. The main warning sign […]

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        You Only Live Twice – Thomas Calabrese

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        But The Third Time Is The Charm Thomas Calabrese – Mike Hogan was born on Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base. He was the youngest child of Colonel Steve and Emily Hogan. His sister Claire was three years older than him and Katie was sixteen months his senior. Because they were so close in age and […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Letty: I’m going to help my friend recover from having her gallbladder removed. Why do we have a gallbladder if it can be removed?  Megan: The gallbladder is a key player in digestion. It stores bile when you are not eating. Bile is used to help digestion and when we eat it moves from the […]

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         Consequences War -Thomas Calabrese

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        Disappropriate Actions Thomas Calabrese -The definition of disappropriate is to remove something that has been allocated to one person or one place and reassign it elsewhere or to someone else. American citizens are endowed by basic inalienable rights and those rights are so valuable that men and women are sometimes called upon to go to […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Sean: I love avocados and I put them on everything. They’re healthy but I’ve heard even if they’re considered a healthy fat, I shouldn’t eat too much of them. How much is too much avocado?  Megan: Yes, avocados are a healthy type of fat , plus they’re a good source of fiber and folate. Because […]

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        30 Days In Siberia – Thomas Calabrese

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        Get Me Back to Oceanside Thomas Calabrese –In 2010, an experimental drug was seized in Florida and a few other places around the world. It was a synthetic concoction called Pyrrolidinopentiophenone or Alpha-PVP and was sold as a whitish or tan powder similar to cocaine. In 2012 the drug became more potent and was called […]

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          North County San Diego Boys and Girls High School Basketball

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          David Willauer–Boys Basketball – Fallbrook 74 Del Lago 64 FB:  Bobby Monk 18 Maliki Brotherton 17 Xavier Charland 11  Men’s Basketball 1-18-23 Palomar 94 San Diego City 84 LINK Women’s Basketball Palomar 98 Mira Costa 27  LINK

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          Mira Mesa Marauders Win 2023 San Pasqual Wrestling Invitational

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-San Pasqual High School-Escondido, CA-January 22, 2023- The Marauders from Mira Mesa High School took the 30th Annual San Pasqual Wrestling Invitational that was held at San Pasqual High School and claimed 3 champions.  Mira Mesa Champions at the following weight classes  Jeremy Tajiri at 108  Phong Tran at 115  Noah Chiw […]

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          North County Boys & Girls Basketball Results

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          David Willauer – Torrey Pines 57 El Camino 43 TP: JJ Barteloni 19 Cody Shemn 13  EC: Euan Davis 13 Semote Katuwongu 10  Carlsbad 90 San Marcos 67 SM:  Jalen Williams 14 Derek Tuason 11 Guajome Park 42 Foothills Christian 27 GP Kate Botticelli 15 Escondido Charter 53 Orange Glen 17 EC:  Samantha Mowrey Pagano […]

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          Boys & Girls High School Basketball Scores

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          David Willauer –Boys Basketball Calvin Christian 60 St. Joseph’s Academy 52 SJA: Angel Ochoa 22 Leonardo Valdez 12 Luke Sutherlin 10 Classical Academy 47 Coastal Academy 41 CLA: Brody Chapman 16 Date Hinirichs 13 Girls Basketball San Marcos 41 Mission Vista 33 SM: Kaiah Bacho 13

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          Escondido Cougars win 2023 Jim Londos Wrestling Title

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Orange Glen High School-Escondido, CA:  On Saturday, January 14th the Cougars of Escondido High claimed the 2023 Jim Londos Mat Title. The Cougars claimed 3 individual champions while scoring 193.5 team points  Escondido Champions are  Anthony Solis at 128  Nick Womack at 154  Isaac Zavala at 197  Team Scores Results and Links HERE […]

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          Boys & Girls High School Basketball Scores

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          David Willauer –El Camino 56 San Marcos 41 EC:  15 each by Euan Davis and Brandon Boone SM:  11 by Jalen Williams Mazen El Bissot 10  Mission Hills 72 Torrey Pines 63 TP:  JJ Bartelloni 26 Zack Jackson 16  St Joseph’s Academy 62 Pacific Ridge 45 SJA: Angel Ochoa 30 Luke Sutherlin 10  Girls Basketball […]

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          North County Athletes in College Basketball

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          David Willauer – Cal 92 Stanford 70 S: Torrey Pines alum Brendan Angel 8 points . Arizona State 73 Washington 65 Mission Hills alum Warren Washington 7 points for ASU. Idaho State 67 Weber State 57 San Diego High alum AJ Burgin 6 points Hawaii 62 UCSD 49 Torrey Pines alum Btyce Pope led with […]

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          Mission Hills High School Alum Chris Olave Makes New Orleans Saints Franchise History

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          Saints WR Chris Olave Makes Franchise History -New Orleans rookie WR Chris Olave joins some elite names in Saints franchise record books. New Orleans rookie WR Chris Olave joined some elite names in franchise history. With a 25-yard touchdown reception on the opening drive Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, Olave became just the third […]

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            The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci a Visual Wonder at The Old Globe

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            TR Robertson –The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, currently on stage at the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage at the Old Globe Theatre Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, is a beautiful adaptation of the mind and thoughts of the Renaissance genius of Leonardo da Vinci as drawn from parts of the 5,000 pages of his manuscripts. Written […]

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            El Huracán At Cygnet Theatre

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            An epic hurricane threatens Miami. A mother and daughter ready themselves for the storm as Abuela takes shelter in a world of memory, music, and magic. A powerful tale of family and forgiveness, El Huracán reveals what can be rebuilt in the aftermath of life’s most devastating tempests – and what can never be replaced. This West […]

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            Old Globe Theatre-Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci

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            Experience this highly visual performance that brings the words of Leonardo da Vinci to life in a stunning display of movement and beauty. January 21 – February 26 Purchase your seats Upcoming events for The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci Vicki and Carl Zeiger Insights SeminarTuesday, January 24 at 6:00 p.m. Post-Show ForumsTuesday, January 31Tuesday, February […]

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            Blues In The Night Leaves Everyone Smiling at the North Coast Repertory Theatre

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            TR Robertson – The latest play/musical in North Coast Rep’s 41st season is a nostalgic trip to 1930’s Chicago through a 26-song journey of some of the most iconic Blues’ songs ever performed. A talented cast of three women and one man along with an amazing five-piece Blues band on stage takes the audience through […]

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            The Old Globe Presents “Under A Baseball Sky”

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            Tickets on sale this Friday, January 20 at 12:00 noon! When troublemaker Teo is put to work cleaning up a vacant lot belonging to his elderly neighbor, this unlikely pair forms a bond forged in history and America’s pastime. Inspired by San Diego’s Logan Heights neighborhood, this beguiling world premiere celebrates communities and individuals coming […]

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            Extended Due to Popular Demand!!

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            “This is a delightful musical evening, delivered by sterling performers.”– Entertainment Today “BLUES IN THE NIGHT, under the direction of Yvette Freeman Hartley, opened to a standing ovation at the North Coast Repertory Theatre.”– SanDiegoStory.com “The Bluesfest at North Coast Rep won’t leave you blue, but you might want to sing along with these famous […]

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            Tony Award Winning Best Play “The Ferryman”

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            January, 2023 | New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub will present playwright Jez Butterworth’s masterful international Tony Award winning Best Play (2019) “The Ferryman” January 27-March 5, 2023 (opening February 4) – in the first United States production after Broadway – and the first in the newly renovated and renamed Conrad Prebys Theatre […]

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            Welk Theatre Presents- The Marvelous Wonderettes

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            Escondido, CA – January, 2023 – IT’S MY PARTY! The best girl group songs and belting solo music of the ’50’s and ’60’s come to glorious life at The Welk! We are thrilled to announce our powerhouse cast — Megan Carmitchel, Ariella Kvashny, Alessa Neeck, Chelsea Emma Franko and Bryce Hamilton who will blow you […]

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