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Healthy Community Healthy You – Dried Fruit – Pros And Cons To Packaged Sweetness

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Dr. Megan Johnson McCullough – Part of a healthy, balanced diet includes the consumption of nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables. Dried fruit might seem like a handy snack to meet this dietary recommendation. This snack consists of fruit in which the water has been removed by a dehydrator or naturally from the sun. Apricots, cranberries, raisons, […]

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American Legion Post 365 & VFW Post 7041 Memorial Day Event

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Memorial at 10:00AM at Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista Free Lunch will be served- Noon -3:00 PM at the Post. 1234 S. Santa Fe Vista Pulled Pork Sandwiches Potato Salad & Cole Slaw

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13th Annual Vista Strawberry Festival

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13th Annual Vista Strawberry Festival 500+ Vendors selling all kinds of strawberry goodies + food vendors! CONTESTS STRAWBERRY COSTUME CONTEST The contest is free and open to kids 0-6+ ages. Simply show up at the San Diego FC Contest Stage at 3 p.m. All participants get prizes! STRAWBERRY PIE-EATING CONTESTCalling all kids and adults… get ready for our annual […]

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Public Hearing Notice City of Vista Planning Commission June 4, 2024

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City of Vista Planning Commission for June 4, 2024, at 6:00 pm NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Vista, California, will hold a public hearing in the Council Chambers at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, California, on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, at 6:00 p.m. to […]

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Why We Celebrate Memorial Day Trivia and Facts

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TR Robertson – The last Monday of May, America will once again celebrate the final holiday before the summer season hits us, the final holiday for students and a day created to celebrate and remember our patriotic heroes who sacrificed their lives in the name of freedom. Most families will celebrate with family cookouts, trips […]

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Will These Sports Records Ever Be Broken?

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TR Robertson – Watching a San Diego Padres baseball game the other day and listening to the conversation announcers Don Orsillo and Mark Grant were having inspired me to do a little research and put together a fun sports article for you sports fans out there. They were discussing, between batters, sports records that they […]

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Campus Clinic Awarded Nearly $750K Grant -Revolutionize Mental Healthcare in Vista Unified School District

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Vista CA – (MAY, 2024) – Campus Clinic, a pioneering management services organization committed to bringing barrier-free health services to school communities, is thrilled to be the recipient of a $749,062 grant through the Child and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative (CYBHI) Round 5. This funding will support an array of transformative mental health interventions aimed […]

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Mission Vista High School Named Project Lead The Way Distinguished High School 6th Time & 4th Straight Year

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STEM excellence in engineering and biomedical sciences leads school to an historic streak Mission Vista High School (MVHS) has been recognized as a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Distinguished High School for the current school year. This is the fourth consecutive year the school has earned the distinction and the sixth time since 2017-18. PLTW was […]

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    5th Annual Carlsbad Chamber Rising Star Scholarships Awarded

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    TR Robertson -Tuesday morning ten amazing Carlsbad students were honored at the 5th Annual Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce Rising Star Scholarship Breakfast. The event was held at the Holiday Inn on Palomar Airport Road. The Rising Star program began in 1992 in Temecula under the leadership of Salley Meyers, who was in attendance at today’s […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    News from the City of Carlsbad | May 23, 2024 This week I’ll continue my series on the city budget and tell you about a specific type of burglary we have seen here in Carlsbad, how our police cracked the case and tips to avoid becoming a future target. Here’s the full list of stories: […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond-Migrant Processing Center

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    I wanted to update you on the border crisis happening in San Diego. Yesterday, I stood alone in voting against accepting $19 million from the Federal Government to establish a migrant processing center in San Diego County. This decision reflects my unwavering stance that we cannot continue to merely pass the problem of illegal immigration […]

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    Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce Office News

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    Manage Conflict Effectively in the Workplace Wednesday, May 29 | 10 am – 12 pm | Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce Office Don’t let workplace conflicts hold your business back. Join Olive Branch Solutions and Mediator Laura for a seminar on “Managing Conflict Effectively in the Workplace. Benefits: Avoid costly litigation Enhance workplace communication and relationships. Transform conflicts from a hindrance […]

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    Don Diego Awards $100,000 in 2024 College Scholarships & Agriculture Education Grants

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    Meet Our 26 Extraordinary Scholars at Our June 13th Gala at the Fair! Del Mar, CA …Don Diego Scholarship Foundation is delighted to announce that it is awarding $100,000 in 2024 college scholarships and in Plant*Grow*Eat agriculture education grants. The 26 exemplary students from across San Diego sharing a whopping $83,000 in 2024 Don Diego […]

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    Filipino-American Cultural Celebration In Oceanside

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    Oeanside, CA -The Filipino-American Cultural Organization (FACO) and the Oceanside Public Library will be hosting the 23rd Annual Filipino Cultural Celebration on Saturday, June 8, 2024. The event will be larger than ever, taking place in the Oceanside Civic Center Plaza and on Pier View Way, downtown in the heart of the Oceanside CA Cultural District, […]

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    Call for Art Coordinator to Select Best Art Solution for Public Art

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    Oceanside, CA – In partnership with North County Transit District (NCTD), Art that Excites, through the MainStreet Oceanside Design Committee, has issued a request for an Art Coordinator to submit a proposal to support selecting the best art solution at the Oceanside Transit Center (OTC) pedestrian tunnel. Established in 2016, the Art that Excites public […]

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    Oasiz & American Idiots Celebrate 30 Years of Rockin’ Out

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    Celebrating 30 Years of Brit Pop and Pop Punk with Oasiz and American Idiots June 14 7-10:30 pm  Rock out to some of your favorite pop punk and Brit pop music with two fun cover bands.   First, American Idiots crank up the decibels for their homage to pop punk favorite Green Day in honor of […]

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      California Senate Unanimously Passes Jones’s Sexually Violent Predator Accountability, Fairness, & Enforcement Act

      By   3 days ago

      SAFE Act has strong bipartisan support Sacramento, CA -Yesterday evening, the California Senate unanimously approved Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones’s (R-San Diego) bipartisan Senate Bill 1074, called the “Sexually Violent Predator Accountability, Fairness, and Enforcement Act” (SAFE Act). Click here for SB 1074 the factsheet and here for more information about the bill and Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) issue. Thousands […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – California’s Budget

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron-Last week, the Governor released his “May Revise,” which is based on revenues received since January when the preliminary $291.5 billion budget proposal ($208.7 General Fund) was released. The Revise now estimates a $27 billion budget deficit, even though a report from the Legislative Analyst’s Office forecasts a much higher deficit of $55 […]

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      Leader Jones Selects Mostra Coffee “Small Business of the Year” For Senate District 40

      By   5 days ago

      Jones also honors 10 “Top Small Businesses of SD 40” SCRIPPS RANCH, CA – Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) has named Mostra Coffee as the 2024 “Small Business of the Year” and recognized 10 “Top Small Businesses” of Senate District 40. “Mostra Coffee stands as a beacon of community spirit, not only for their exceptional coffee […]

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      Senate Appropriations Unanimously Passes SAFE Act

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      To protect communities from sexually violent predators Jones’s measure has strong bipartisan support Sacramento, CA – the Senate Appropriations Committee unanimously approved Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones’s (R-San Diego) bipartisan Senate Bill 1074, the “Sexually Violent Predator Accountability, Fairness, and Enforcement Act” (SAFE Act). Click here for SB 1074 the factsheet and here for more information about the bill […]

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      California’s Future Depends On Investing In Families and Children

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      Newsom’s budget puts families at risk, slashing free tax prep and outreach support families need to access thousands of dollars in tax credits each year and proposing deep safety net cuts  Sacramento, CA – The California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) Coalition, a leading statewide anti-poverty coalition of service providers, labor, community and faith-based organizations, […]

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      Leader Jones Exposes Chaos at the San Diego Border -Video

      By   2 weeks ago

      Meanwhile, Newsom pushes forward with $5 billion healthcare expansion for illegal immigrants Sacramento, CA -oday, Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) released a four-minute video exposing the dangerous failures of the Biden Administration’s open border policy in San Diego. The video also highlights the alarming fiscal irresponsibility of California Democrat politicians who are lavishing free healthcare for all illegal immigrants. Click […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Helping Young Women Achieve

      By   2 weeks ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – Encouraging young women to fulfill their life’s potential by taking full advantage of available educational opportunities is one of my passions. As a member of the Legislative Women’s Caucus, I am happy to spread the word about the Minerva Scholarship program, established by the Women in California Leadership Foundation to educate, […]

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      Newsom’s Budget May Revision Is Balanced On Hopes And Prayers

      By   2 weeks ago

      Californians deserve to have a balanced budget Sacramento, CA – Over the past two budget cycles, Governor Newsom has blown through a $100 billion surplus, creating a budget deficit of $73 billion. To address this shortfall, the governor has proposed balancing the state’s budget primarily with cash transfers, gimmicks and tricks, which will set California […]

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        Bittersweet at Best -Thomas Calabrese

        By   12 hours ago

        A Lot More to be Grateful For Thomas Calabrese – Santino Costello was only twelve years-old when he emigrated from Italy to America after World War II. He was orphaned when his family was killed on May 16, 1944 during the Battle of Monte Cassino. Santino barely spoke any English when he was processed through […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Nick: I’ve been following a meal plan and on the list of foods it says rolled oats. What is the difference between rolled oats and oatmeal??  Megan: They are the same type of oat so they are the same thing. Some brands just label them differently. They’re interchangeable, so you can shop for either at […]

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        The Revenge Legacy-Thomas Calabrese

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        Special Forces Justice Thomas Calabrese – Master Chief Edward Daniel Corbett was a Seal Team leader and had been a Special Operator for 23 years. Usually after this extended length of time, an elite warrior like Eddie Corbett would have either been killed, injured or retired. The brutal business of combat takes its toll on the […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jerri: For best self-care, how often should you wash your hair??  Megan: There are a few factors that can come into play for hair washing frequency. When you are younger, hair oil glands are more active so you may need to wash your hair more. Hair oil gland activity decreases with age so you don’t have […]

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        Overturned -Thomas Calabrese

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        The Malicious Prosecutor Thomas Calabrese – Calvin Tillis was the Los Angeles District Attorney. He did not represent his constituents, he represented his own selfish self-interests because basically he was narcissistic sociopath. Calvin wore custom made $2,000 Italian suits and his collection of Rolex watches was worth several hundred thousand dollars, He lived in a […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jerri: I’m thinking of growing some herbs on my porch, but I want to try one to start. What is the most versatile herb I should try to grow?  Megan: Opinions vary, but I would say mint. Of course it is great for cooking and to put in beverages, but it also can be used […]

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        Stone Cold American Patriot -Thomas Calabrese

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        Target of Opportunity Thomas Calabrese – Nicholas Novato joined the Navy after graduating Vista High School and after six months in the service, he decided to apply to be a Navy Seal. Nick’s motivation at first, was to get away from mundane job duties of being an apprentice seaman. The recruiter gave him the impression […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Marissa: I’m trying to eat healthy and I always hear that rice cakes can be a good snack when trying to lose weight. They seem so boring to me and why are they even considered a good snack?? Megan: Rice cakes may seem plain, and that’s because they’re low in calories and low in fat. […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB, Minor League Baseball & CIF Girls Softball

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          David Willauer –Anaheim Angels 2 Houston Astros 1 LCC alum Mickey Moniak 1 walk 1 run scored. Toronto Blue Jays 9 Chicago White Sox 2 Cathedral Catholic alum Nick Nastrini is the loser for the Sox at 0-3. Colorado Rockies 4 Oakland A’s 3 COL: USD alum Kris Bryant came back from an injury as […]

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          Lady Warriors Of Fallbrook Won Their Division II CIF Girls Lacrosse Title

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-5-20-24- For the first time in school history the Lady Warriors of Fallbrook won their Division II CIF Girls Lacrosse Title by defeating the Lady Ravens of Canyon Crest by a 14-12 score.   “We are ecstatic about the results of our hard work this season.  What a great way to end it.  We have […]

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          Carlsbad Lancers Win First Girls LaCrosse Title On School History

          By   6 days ago

          Friday 05/17 at 7 pm – Scripps Ranch High School – 2023/24 D1 Championship Game Final score: Carlsbad 9, Del Norte 8 (OT) Junior Lisa Magill (Towson) scored five goals, including the goal to tie the game at the end of regulation, and the goal to win it in overtime. Freshman Ella Avery scored two […]

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          San Diego Athletes and CIF Baseball News

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          David Willauer – San Marcos 3 LaJolla Country Day School 2 The Knights of San Marcos broke a 2-2 tie as they scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th to win the game.  Ethan Martinez, Evan Hall and Steven Pitman scored for San Marcos.  Torrey Pines 4 Carlsbad 1 TP:  Chase Klemke […]

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          Comets Headed To Regional Finals

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          San Marcos, CA May, 2024) — The Palomar College baseball team defeated Mt. San Antonio College 12-7 to advance to their second 3C2A SoCal Regional Finals in three years. After winning their first two games of the Super Regionals in dramatic extra-inning walk-off fashion, the Comets elected for small ball in their final game. Playing […]

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          Palomar Comets Advance After Sweeping Compton Tartars 2-12

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer- Palomar College overcame an early deficit with its second big second-inning rally is as many days and the Comets went on to post a 12-2 win Saturday over Compton College, completing a two-game sweep of their first-round series for the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Regionals. Palomar, seeded No. […]

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          North County Baseball & Softball News

          By   3 weeks ago

          David Willauer –Bonsall 24 Victory Christian 7 B: Henry Walter 1 double 3 runs scored. Rowan Collup 1 double and 3 runs scored. Aiden Lee 1 triple and 1 run scored. Ramona 5 Mission Vista 4 MV: Hunter Gemmell 1 double 1 run scored. Kain Krizen 1 double 1 run scored. Rowan Cooke 1 double. […]

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          Comets Silence Knights In Regular Season Finale 19-1

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          David Willauer -Palomar College and San Diego City College squared off in the series finale for the regular season. Palomar swept City by taking the games 15-2, 4-2 and 19-1 to finish the regular season 30-9.  The Comets took game one behind a big fifth inning where they scored six runs. Makana Olaso had a two-run shot […]

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            King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, And Knights of The Round Table Await!

            By   3 days ago

            The Timeless Tale of Camelot Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot Based on The Once and Future King by T.H. White – Book & Lyrics by Alan Jay LernerMusic by Frederick Loewe Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart – New Orchestrations by Steve OrichDirected by Jeffrey B. Moss May 29 – June 23, 2024 Prepare for an evening of […]

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            From Rock Opera to Rockin’ Revival – OTC Is The Place To Be!

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            Rockin’ Revival June 1 4 pm & 8 pm The Rockin’ Revival is a mini rock festival celebrating 4 of San Diego’s most iconic rock performers including The Band of Gringos, The Tighten Ups, The Anthony Cullins Band, along with San Diego legends The Farmers. The Rockin’ Revival 4 pm show features The Band of Gringos & The Tighten […]

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            NC Rep Theatre -The Timeless Tale of Camelot

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            Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot Based on The Once and Future King by T.H. White – Book & Lyrics by Alan Jay LernerMusic by Frederick Loewe Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart + New Orchestrations by Steve OrichDirected by Jeffrey B. Moss May 29 – June 23, 2024 Prepare for an evening of enchantment! This Tony Award-winning fairy-tale musical resounds with […]

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            Oceanside Theatre’s Risk Pays Off With ‘Next To Normal’ Musical

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            Pam Kragen – Over the past few years, Oceanside Theatre Company has become increasingly ambitious with its programming, and that has contributed to a growing and more diverse audience. At opening night of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “Next to Normal” on Saturday, about one-quarter of the audience members in the mostly sold-out theater raised their […]

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            New Village Arts Presents “The Color Purple”

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            Based on the novel written by Alice Walker and The Warner Bros/Amblin Entertainment Picture THE COLOR PURPLE was produced on Broadway at the Broadway Theater by Oprah Winfrey, Scott Sanders, Roy Furman, and Quincy Jones. The world premiere of THE COLOR PURPLE was produced by the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia. Carlsbad, CA—New Village Arts (NVA), […]

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            North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents “Dr. Glas”

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            Jeffrey Hatcher – Starring Daniel Gerroll -June 3 & 4 , 2024 at 7:30PM; June 4, 2024 at 2pm Solana Beach, CA. – Following its premiere during North Coast Repertory Theatre’s acclaimed streaming productions in 2021, we are thrilled to welcome back DR. GLAS live! Penned by Jeffrey Hatcher based on a Swedish masterpiece, this […]

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            World Premiere of “Sense of Decency” On Stage At Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre

            By   1 month ago

            TR Robertson – The fifth play in North Coast Repertory’s 42nd Season, “Sense of Decency”, is not only a world premiere but is also a challenging play that looks back at a time when one man was assigned to confront the faces of evil and deal with the undaunting task of trying to determine the motivation […]

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            Now Playing: Sense of Decency

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            UP NEXT: Sense of Decency A World Premiere Psychological Thriller BUY TICKETS

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