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Vista Made – Kimy Gets Skinny Donuts

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North County woman builds sugar-free donut business in response to pandemic Vista, CA, October, 2021 —  The latest Vista Made video episode features Kimy Aguirre of Kimy Gets Skinny Donuts, a North County woman who has developed what is believed to be the first commercial sugar-free donuts made from steel cut oats that are sweet, […]

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Muscles On Main Car Show On Halloween

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Vista, CA –Muscles on Main…on October 31st. A Halloween edition with classic cars, opportunity drawings, costume contests and more! Show begins at 9 am to 1 pm. Located on Main Street in Vista Village. Awards for Best of Show and Peoples Choice. Space is limited. Free to the public, but if you have a classic […]

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City of Vista News

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City Sewer Repairs Reduce Maintenance CostsThe Public Works Wastewater Division uses a trenchless process to repair sewer pipes that reduces the maintenance costs and the need for large scale traffic control and lane closures. Read More Go Dunkin’ for Pumpkins This SaturdayThe Wave Waterpark’s inaugural Dunkin’ for Pumpkins event is this Saturday, October 23, and […]

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South Vista Communities – Your Help Is Needed

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PAAC Votes o Expand Palomar Airport Dear Neighbors – WHO REPRESENTS THE COMMUNITY?  This past Thursday, the “Palomar Airport Business Association” (aka Palomar Airport Advisory Committee – PAAC), voted 7-0 to recommend an 800-foot runway expansion at Palomar, setting up the Airport to be a D-III airport (think HUGE jets).  If built, Palomar’s runway would be […]

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Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum Antique Engine &Tractor Exhibit

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Vista, CA – Exhibits include antique gas & steam engines, gas & steam tractors, antique autos & trucks, looms & spinning wheels, n scale model railroad, antique watches & clocks, farming equipment, vintage construction equipment, hit & miss engines and more… Tractors, Engines and equipment brands on display include: John Deere, Oliver, Farmall, Allis-Chalmers, Case, […]

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Foundation For Women Warriors Trunk Or Treat

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Vista, CA –Stop on by on Halloween for costumes, tricks, and lots of treats! October 31st. From 12 till 2, we invite you- monsters, witches, and super heroes too! Join us when the clock strikes 1, for a costume contest and lots of fun! Our volunteers and team can’t wait to see a spooktacular crew […]

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ER David Workman Monday Morning Briefings

By   21 hours ago

Monday Motivation“Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.” — George Bernard Shaw The most influential teacher I had was my music teacher, Mr. Lotz.  Some of us who developed a close relationship to Mr. Lotz called him “Uncle Merle.”  He was so influential in my life […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You -TERMITES – Structural Destroyers

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Megan Johnson McCullough –Becoming or being a homeowner can present many concerns and precautions. Termite infestation can be one of these issues. Termite damage worries owners because they can be costly in structural damage, causing some quite a bit of money to fix their property. Most people aren’t aware that they have damage until they might see […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

    By   12 hours ago

    Hispanic Heritage Month On Friday, I attended a “Salute to Hispanic Heritage” in Escondido! It was my honor to recognize some of the distinguished Hispanic community leaders in San Diego County! Brad Humphrey Day Brad Humphrey was a committed husband, father, son, brother and friend who loved his community and the great outdoors. Brad believed in […]

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    North County Nonprofit TrueCare Announces Rental Assistance

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    TrueCare™, a nonprofit health care provider for the diverse communities in North County San Diego and South Riverside, on Monday announces a new program for rental assistance. To qualify, applicants must show an inability to pay their rent by documenting a loss of income and lack of assets because of Covid. The program, in partnership […]

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    San Marcos Chamber News

    By   12 hours ago

    Get Connected!Enjoy coffee, great conversation, build relationships, share business tips and leads. Register THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 5:00-7:00 PM Enjoy the company of amazing business professionals from a variety of industries and company sizes. You will have the opportunity to meet, network, and have a little fun! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19 3:00-7:00 PM The beautiful open-air Market features […]

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    Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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    Drop off your unwanted prescription drugs on 10/23. Looking to get rid of unwanted and expired prescription drugs?  The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department will collect and dispose of these medicines during the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The event is on Saturday, October 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Sheriff’s Deputies […]

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    8th Annual Swing With Santa Golf Tournament

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    The “Swing with Santa” Golf Tournament on Friday, November 5, 2021, 10:30 a.m. check-in and a shotgun start at 12:00 p.m is held annually to help support St. Madeline Sophies Center annual Student Appreciation Holiday Celebration. Guests are invited to join SMSC at the Singing Hills Golf Resort Pine Glen 3-Par Executive Course at Sycuan (3007 Dehesa […]

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    City Of Carlsbad -Local Coastal Program Update

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    Carlsbad, CA –The City Council approved the updated Local Coastal Program Land Use Plan at Tuesday’s public hearing, following a discussion focused around four main areas. Change in name, not use One area of discussion had to do with changing the name of a certain land use. When the city’s updated General Plan was approved […]

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    North County Philanthropy Council Volunteer Awards Celebration

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    The North County Philanthropy Council (NCPC) will hold its 2021 Volunteer Awards Celebration on Friday, November 5 from 3 to 4:15 pm. The event will be broadcast on KOCT-TV and YouTube Live. This 34th annual tradition continues with a virtual event hosted by CBS8 Evening News Anchor Carlo Cecchetto. San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond […]

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    Home Start’s Hallo-Wine Fall Festival

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    San Diego, CA –Home Start, Inc., a nonprofit child abuse prevention and treatment agency that has strengthened and developed San Diego’s families and communities since 1972, will hold its 14th Annual Hallo-Wine Fall Festival on Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event will once again take place outdoors on the […]

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      Rep. Mike Levin Reflects on Hispanic Heritage Month -In English & Spanish

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      Oceanside, CA – As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, U.S. Representative Mike Levin (D-CA) reflects on the celebration that takes place​​every year from September 15th to October 15th ​to honor the culture, heritage, history, and contributions of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. California’s 49th Congressional District is home to many Latino communities whose cultural and historical […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -A Salute to Agriculture

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –At the San Diego County Farm Bureau’s annual celebration, I was proud to present Ken Altman with an Assembly Resolution honoring him as “Farmer of the Year”.  As owner of Altman Plants, the largest nursery in the United States, located right here in the 75th Assembly District, Ken has been active in California […]

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      CA Postal Workers Say Latest Changes Undermine The USPS

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      Ahead of the busiest season of the year for the U.S. Postal Service, some California postal workers are voicing concerns about the latest policy changes. They include new service standards that slow down first-class mail delivery. Mail traveling less than 1,000 miles should reach its destination in three days, and mail traveling more than 1,900 miles will […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Our Assembly District

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember  –The 75th Assembly District, which I am honored to represent, is a unique and beautiful region we are all lucky to call home. From San Marcos and Escondido to Temecula, and every rural community in between, I am always proud of our amazing district and the wonderful people who live here. The ties […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Bill To Expand Addiction Treatment Signed into Law

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      Sacramento, CA – Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron (Escondido) announced that her bill to fund Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs for people in jail or community supervision who struggle with substance use disorder has been signed into law. Assembly Bill 653 will create a grant program to give counties flexible funding to provide addiction treatment to a […]

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      Senator Jones’s Measure Helping To Protect Foster Children

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      From Child Labor Trafficking Signed Into Law SB 584 would require foster parents be trained in how to protect foster kids from child labor traffickers Sacramento, CA-A measure authored by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) to help keep foster children from becoming victims of child labor trafficking was signed into law by Governor Newsom.  Senate […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Resources for Fighting Cancer

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember –October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in California, exceeded only by heart disease. This past session, I co-authored Senate Concurrent Resolution 11 (SCR-11), which expresses support for the Cancer Patients’ Bill of Rights. As a state, we need to prioritize timely access to expert care. Read the full Bill of Rights here. For information regarding […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Our Assembly District

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –Many people ask me what is the State Assembly and where is our district? I’m always proud to talk about our amazing district and the wonderful people who live here. The 75th Assembly District, which I am honored to represent, is a “healthy” district – with avocados, citrus, grapes and sunshine for example. […]

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        Paisano – Thomas Calabrese

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        Tomodachi Thomas Calabrese — Giuseppe ‘Joe’ Paisano emigrated from Sicily with his parents Vito and Lucia and four older brothers, Gaetano, Salvatore, Luigi and Pietro in 1923. The family processed through Ellis Island like 12 million other immigrants did searching for a better life, did between the years of 1892 and 1954. Vito was a […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   7 days ago

        Chris: How many days are you supposed to work out a week? Megan: That’s a good question and would vary by ability, age, type of working out, and goal or reason for exercising. In general your want to get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise in per week and at 2 days of […]

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        Pie in the Sky – Thomas Calabrese

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        Cake in the Clouds Thomas Calabrese– The phrase ‘pie in the sky’ is originally from the song “The Preacher and the Slave” (1911) by songwriter Joe Hill (1879–1915), which he wrote as a parody of the Salvation Army hymn ‘In the Sweet By-and-By’. It became popular during the Great Depression of the 1930s, to describe a happy future […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jill: I have exercise induced asthma so I sort of avoid exercise, but that can’t be my excuse any more. What do you recommend I do to exercise safely?? Megan: Typically, exercise induced asthma is the result of strenuous exercise that causes the lungs to narrow and you feel like you are gasping for air. That being […]

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        Patriot’s Perception – Thomas Calabrese

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        Delicate Balancing Act Thomas Calabrese –Clay Paladin was a Navy Seal and caught a very mild case of COVID-19 virus when he was home on leave for his sister’s wedding in San Marcos, California. Because he was in excellent physical condition and his immune system was strong, his only symptoms was a mild headache. If […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Elizabeth: How is vitamin D related to obesity? I’ve heard this a few times and wonder if I should be taking vitamin D.  Megan: Obesity is related to being vitamin D deficient, in other words, obesity can cause vitamin D deficiency. The combination of ageing and being overweight can be a double risk for being low in vitamin […]

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        Ramblin’ On To Reno – Thomas Calabrese

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        The Walking Marine Thomas Calabrese –Kirby Cage had more than his share of emotional problems and mental issues. He had been in the Marine Corps for five years and was on his second deployment to Afghanistan. His infantry squad was on Operation Khanjar (Dagger) in July 2009 and were on patrol in the Helmand River […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jennifer: I’m a runner and I’ve done a couple half marathons and probably run at least 5 days a week. As I age, I keep hearing that running is actually not that good for you. How can that be? Megan: Running is a great form of cardiovascular activity, but people are telling you this or […]

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          High School Football Scores

          By   13 hours ago

          42-25 (L) Vista vs. Del Norte On 10/15, the Vista varsity football team lost their home conference game against Del Norte (San Diego, CA) by a score of 42-25. 14-7 (W) El Camino vs. San Marcos On 10/15, the El Camino varsity football team won their home conference game against San Marcos (CA) by a score of 14-7. Recap: Mission Hills […]

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          Mission Hill Alum Jack Tuttle Starts In Two Games

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-10-18-21-Mission Hills alum Jack Tuttle known for his heroic passing and running vs. Penn State University at State College PA, came in relief for QB teammate Michael Penix suffered a knee injury and is doubtful vs. Ohio State. The Grizzly alum vs. Penn State passed for 6 completions out of 12 attempts for […]

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          Vista High School Girls Volleyball

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          Vista High Girls Volleyball triumphed over league opponent El Camino High in 4 sets, 25-16, 25-18, 23-25, and 25-15. Leading the Panthers in kills were Leneia Niko and Emery Carter with 10 each. Aurelia Niko contributed 6 blocks while Asia Arbaugh had 6 service aces and 12 digs. Neely Craig set up 18 assists. Vista is […]

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          Cal State San Marcos Soccer & Volleyball Scores

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          Early Goal Puts Golden Eagles Past Cougars10/14/2021 | Women’s Soccer – An early ninth-minute goal put Cal State LA past the Cal State San Marcos women’s soccer team by a score of 1-0 on Thursday evening at Jesse Owens Track. CSUSM Falls to No. 13 Cal State LA, 1-010/14/2021 | Men’s Soccer -The Cal State […]

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          Mount San Antonio Mounties With 3 Straight Pins Defeat Palomar 36-15

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           David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-10-13-21-Palomar College-San Marcos,CA: In a CCCAA Dual match that was supposed to be held on the Mounties Campus in Walnut, CA but switched to Palomar’s facility, the Mounties of Mount San Antonio with 5 falls and 1 decision defeated the Palomar Comets by a 38-15 score.  Mount San Antonio winners were Conner […]

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          Cal State San Marcos Sports Highlights

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          Four-Goal Day Propels CSUSM to Win Against SF State 10/10/2021 | Men’s Soccer | The Cal State San Marcos men’s soccer team earned its first CCAA victory of the season with a 4-1 win against San Francisco State on Sunday at The Cage. Cougars Earn First CCAA Win with 1-0 Victory Over SF State10/10/2021 | Women’s […]

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          North County Athletes College Football

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          David Willauer —Washington State 31 Oregon State 24 WSU Helix Alum Jahad Woods 5 tackles, Quinn Rolph San Marcos alum 3 tackles, Cathedral Catholic alum Dean Janikowski 1 field goal of 30 yards Idaho State 27 Cal Davis 17 San Marcos alum Miles Hastings passed for 25 yards for the Aggies. Ohio State 66 Maryland […]

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          High Schools Scores

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          Vista Panthers 35 @ Westview – 42 On 10/8, the Vista Panthers varsity football team lost their away conference game against Westview (San Diego, CA) by a score of 42-35. Rancho Buena Vista 330@ San Pasqual 28 On 10/8, the Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns varsity football team won their away conference game against San Pasqual (Escondido, CA) by a score […]

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            STAR Repertory Theatre Presents “GOYESCAS”

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             “GOYESCAS” A one act opera in Spanish Genesis Opera Theatre Production in Escondido November 20-21, 2021                 Genesis Opera Theatre’s production of composer Enrique Granados’ one-act opera “Goyescas” will take the stage on Saturday, November 20 at 7pm and Sunday, November 21 at 1pm in the Thomas & Pearl Martinez Auditorium at STAR Repertory Theatre, 329 East Valley Parkway in Escondido. […]

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            San Diego Repertory Theatre Presents “Mother Road”

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            “Mother Road” San Diego Repertory Theatre October 7-31 79 Horton Plaza San Diego. Playing on the Lyceum Stage Tickets – http://www.sdrep.org  Or call 619-544-1000

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            New Village Arts Names New Managing Director & Associate Artistic Director

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            New Village Arts Names New Additions to Staff Rae Henderson is New Managing Director, and Joy Jones Named Associate Artistic Director for Education and Community Outreach  Carlsbad, CA—New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, welcomes two new staff members who have just joined the management team. Rae Henderson is the company’s new Managing Director […]

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            Upcoming Fall Events At The Flower Fields

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            ELECTRIC WASTE BAND A Grateful Dead Tribute Band FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15TH |  7:00 PM Originally started in 1989, Electric Waste Band has entertained the local deadhead community for over twenty years. Join them for an intimate, outdoor concert at the beautiful Flowers Fields, as they rock out to classic Grateful Dead songs. Get tickets today, […]

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            New Village Arts Celebrates 20th Anniversary

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            Announces 2021–22 Season with Two World Premieres  With its theatre renovation underway, NVA will be in residency at Oceanside Theatre Company for half the season Carlsbad, CA—New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, celebrates its 20th anniversary with the announcement of a season of plays that includes two world premieres, and a residency at Oceanside […]

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            CCAE Theatricals Presents Its Inaugural Main Stage Engagement

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            Escondido, CA (October, 2021) – California Center for the Arts, Escondido Theatricals (CCAE Theatricals) is proud to present its inaugural main stage engagement of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat – In Concert. Based on the story of Joseph from the Bible’s Book of Genesis, the show has lyrics by Tim Rice with music by […]

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            A LIVE PRODUCTION WITH COMEDIC, POIGNANT DANCING LESSONS

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            Solana Beach, CA – North Coast Repertory Theatre is ringing in the New Season with Mark St. Germain’s entertaining and charming DANCING LESSONS. Two highly offbeat neighbors, a Broadway dancer and a science professor, forge an unexpected friendship as they face physical and emotional challenges. Filled with laughs and the intricacies of the human condition, […]

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            An Exciting Musical Adventure Awaits

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            November 5 – 7Escondido, CA –California Center for the Arts Theatricals is proud to present its inaugural concert production in the Center Theater! This rock-concert staging, featuring an incredible cast of 19in beautifully vibrant costumes, backed by a 15-piece band onstage, and scenic projections, tell the story about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite […]

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