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ER David Workman Monday Moring Briefings

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r Monday, January 17, 2022Monday Motivation“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no help at all.” – Dale Carnegie In 1896, Madame Curie, (Marie Salomea Skłodowska Curie), along with her husband, Pierre, began the work that would bring her fame, the […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You -Overeating -Ignoring Hunger Signals

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Megan Johnson McCullough –We are all too familiar with that feeling of being stuffed. For some it’s a rare occasion, but for others each meal can present the chance to eat and eat until overeating strikes again. We might do this at the end of a long day. It’s a holiday so why not? Or maybe when […]

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American Legion Post 365 Weekly Dining & Events

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Weekly Dining and Events for the week of January 16-22

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$1.12 million Awarded To City of Vista For New Avenida De Benito Juarez Park

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Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement thanking the California Department of Parks and Recreation for awarding the City of Vista $1.12 million to create the new Avenida De Benito Juarez Park. “I would like to thank the Department of Parks and Recreation for awarding the City of Vista over $1 million to […]

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Mysterious Objects And Places In The United States Part II

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TR Robertson — There are mysterious objects, places, and occurrences in every state in the United States. Many of the mysteries have been solved or explained over time, but many are still unsolved and remain a mystery attracting large numbers of people who visit the sites, seeking to experience what many others have said they […]

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Vista Unified School District Community Update

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Vista, CA –We have prepared another Community Update that provides information in the following areas: Welcome Back! You May Be Eligible For Up To a $3,600 Child Tax Credit Professional Learning for Educators and Staff Let’s Work Together to Keep Students Healthy and Staff Safe this Month Vista COVID Testing Centers Are Everywhere COVID and […]

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Planning Commission Public Hearing Notice

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Public Hearing Notice   City of Vista Planning Commission January 18, 2022 PLEASE REFER TO THE “VISTA PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA January 18, 2022” FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. (https://www.cityofvista.com)    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Chartered City of Vista, California, will hold a public hearing on January 18, 2022, at 6:00 PM, to receive and consider all […]

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Vista Chamber of Commerce Event Changes

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Vista, CA –We have had to make updates to some of our events taking place this month. We prioritize the safety and well-being of our members. See below for our updated events for the month. Event Changes Business Mixer – CancelledOur Business Mixer that was to take place January 12th has been cancelled. Hope to […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    Carlsbad, CA –January 13, 2022 According to a presentation by the county’s Public Health Officer Tuesday, new modeling shows we are approaching the peak of Omicron infections in San Diego County, but health care resources may be stretched thin for several more weeks. Sharing more COVID-19 updates today and the following city news: Homeless services […]

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    CCAE -David Foster Concert Rescheduled to April 2022

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    DAVID FOSTER’S JANUARY 20, 2022CONCERT AT CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR THE ARTS, ESCONDIDORESCHEDULED TO APRIL 18, 2022 ESCONDIDO, CA (January, 2022) – California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE) announced today that due to concerns about the recent upturn in COVID cases, David Foster is taking precautions by rescheduling his January 20, 2022 show at CCAE […]

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    SanDag Statement On Governor Newsom’s Proposed Budget

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    Transformative State Investments Will Provide Critical Funding for Priority Projects and Programs throughout the San Diego Region Statement from SANDAG Chair and Encinitas Mayor Catherine Blakespear: I applaud Governor Newsom for his continued commitment to clean transportation, housing, and climate resiliency. His proposed $9.1 billion in new transportation funding will help SANDAG advance transformative projects […]

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    Carlsbad City Library News

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    Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday closure, Winter Reading Challenge and Sculpture Garden All Carlsbad City Library locations will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17 in observation of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Winter Reading Challenge January . 1 – 31, 2022 All agesCarlsbad City Library is joining thousands of libraries and schools nationwide to […]

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    San Diego Rescue Mission to Unveil Shower Ministry

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    Oceanside, CA —Mobile shower unit to provide hot showers to those living on the streets WHEN: Wednesday, January 19thfrom 3 to 4 p.m. WHERE: Calvary Chapel Oceanside – 3715 Oceanic Way, Oceanside, CA 92056 In 2021, the San Diego Rescue Mission piloted mobile shower services once a week at their location in Oceanside to reach […]

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    Oceanside Students Recognized As Rising Stars By Local Business Community

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    OCEANSIDE, CA– The Oceanside Chamber is excited to host its third Rising Star student recognitionprogram breakfast from 7:45-9 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18 at the El Camino Country Club, 3202 Vista Way, Oceanside. The Rising Star program is hosted by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce to recognize high school seniors at ourcity’s high schools who have […]

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    Oceanside Sunset Market Hosts Annual Authors Night

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    Oceanside, CA. — January, 2022: Come meet your local authors on Jan. 20 at Authors Night at the Sunset Market. Oceanside area writers representing a variety of literary genres will be at the Downtown Oceanside street fair to sign and sell their work from 5-8 p.m. next Thursday. They look forward to meeting with the public […]

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    What’s Up Downtown Oceanside?

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    Astrology 101: Birth Charts & The Stars Jan. 13, Mystic Soul Ritual Shop Learn all about how your destiny and purpose is found in your astrological birth chart. This two-hour workshop, $44, will be led at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday by astrologer and numerologist Lisa Garcia and includes a glam version and reading of your […]

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      Senator Bates -$1.12 million Awarded To City of Vista For New Avenida De Benito Juarez Park

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       Sacramento, CA — Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement thanking the California Department of Parks and Recreation for awarding the City of Vista $1.12 million to create the new Avenida De Benito Juarez Park. “I would like to thank the Department of Parks and Recreation for awarding the City of Vista over […]

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      Senator Bates’ Response To Governor Newsom’s 2022-2023 Budget Proposal

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      Sacramento, CA — Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement on Governor Gavin Newsom’s budget proposal for the 2022-2023 FY. “On Monday, Governor Newsom unveiled his budget priorities for the 2022-2023 FY, and while I commend the Governor for some of his administration’s proposals, I do not believe his budget does enough to […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Fixing Prop 47

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember —  In California, you can steal up to $950 with little to no consequence. This is thanks to Proposition 47. Passed by California voters in 2014, Prop 47 changed many crimes formerly categorized as felonies to misdemeanors. Unfortunately, the result has been a skyrocketing increase in stolen property. In the wake of Prop 47, some California […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – New Year, New Laws

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — With the start of the New Year comes new laws! Hundreds of bills went into effect on January 1st, 2022. These new laws will have significant impacts on our district, including our farms, housing, water, and more! Here are just a few new bills that went into effect at the beginning of this year that may have a positive or negative impact […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -California’s Budget Priorities

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron — One of the main responsibilities of the State Legislature is producing a budget by the June 15th  constitutional deadline that funds programs and, hopefully, makes smart investments in California’s future. Unfortunately, while we meet the deadline, expectations often fall short.  Skewed priorities in past budgets have allowed problems to fester; many […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Blood Shortages

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — January is National Blood Donor Month and offers one of the easiest ways to give back to people in need! The month of January is often marked by critical blood shortages as donations dry up due to the holidays and cold and flu season. Over 50 years ago on December 31, 1969, President Richard Nixon […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Budget Crossroads

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — This week my colleagues and I sent a letter to Governor Newsom calling on him to propose a budget that makes smart investments in California’s future. In the letter we call for a state budget that addresses California’s affordability and supply chain crises, fully funds public safety to stop rising crime, puts parents back in charge of their children’s educations, updates […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Winter Driving Tips

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — As winter storms impact much of California, including parts of San Diego County, road closures and driving hazards are on the rise. Since Christmas, Caltrans has deployed 1,350 field staff working in 24-hour shifts to keep our roads open. With more rain on the way, some roads in our rural district can become dangerous […]

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        Don’t Cry In The Popcorn – Thomas Calabrese

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        Mr. Sensitive Thomas Calabrese–Garch Holman was born in Akron, Ohio, but he was far from being a normal Midwestern boy. His father Jacob ‘Jake’ was a true adventurer. He enlisted in the Marine Corps and served three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. After his separation from the military, Jake traveled overseas and joined the […]

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        Ask The Pro

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         Christine: I’m super into tracking my workouts and I’ve got my watch with me all the time. I feel like I’m obsessed with it and my husband thinks I should just workout because the tracker isn’t even accurate. What’s your opinion on using trackers?? Megan: Personally, I’m a person who looks in the mirror and doesn’t focus […]

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        Some Are Better – Thomas Calabrese

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        On Any Given Day Thomas Calabrese — Senator Roscoe Terwilliger was probably the most corrupt politician that ever served in the American government. That dubious distinction did not come without years of betrayal of the public trust. Roscoe parked his worthless carcass at the public trough and filled his pockets and off-shore bank accounts with […]

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        Ask The pro

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        Happy New Year! Barbara: I like to make New Year’s resolutions but isn’t that the same thing as setting goals? Is there a difference between a New Year’s resolution and a New Year’s goal?  Megan: A resolution is something you will work on to achieve continuously. You might say I want to start working out. The […]

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        Cancelled Flights Thomas Calabrese

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        Eve of Destruction Thomas Calabrese –Delta Force is organized into 4 Squadrons. Each squadron is commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel. There are four teams in a squadron and each one has a team leader. The rank of a team leader is either a Master Sergeant (E-8) or Sergeant First Class (E-7). Sergeant First Class Frank […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Elise: For work we do a weekly breakfast meeting and the choice is pancakes or waffles. I don’t have the willpower to not have anything but which is the better choice?  Megan: In general, waffles tend to be higher in fat and sugar. It all has to do with the batter. The batter for a pancake […]

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        Day After Christmas – Thomas Calabrese

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        Don’t Take The Lights Down Yet Thomas Calabrese –Gesperino Paconi was a three-year-old boy from Cassalieri, Italy, when he came to America. His father, Mario was hired by the owners of the Jameson Canyon Winery in Napa, California to become their head vintner. The pay was excellent and housing was included in their generous offer […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jason: Is is possible to drink too much water? I drink tons but I highly doubt you can drink too much.  Megan: We know that we need water for all bodily functions. Water intoxication is actually possible and it is called “hyponatremia”. The inside of your cells actually become flooded with water and lower your […]

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          Wrestling Tournament Held At Orange Glen High School

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          Brawley Bruins win 2022 Jim Londos Mat Title Wrestling Tournament held at Orange Glen High School Guaranteed Places 1st Place – Jacob Cava of Torrey Pines 2nd Place – Felipe Martinez of Del Norte 3rd Place – William Nguyen of Mt. Carmel 4th Place – Jonathan Arellanes of Brawley Varsity – 115 – Guaranteed Places […]

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          North County Schools Place In 2022 Battle For The Belt Tournament

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Temecula High School-Temecula, CA-1-15-22:  The following local North County Schools have placed at the always competitive 2022 Battle For The Belt Wrestling Tournament that was held at Temecula High School. LaCosta Canyon 14th place with 59 points  113 Makai Ito 6th place  160 Anthony Perez 7th place  190 Mason Blue 6th place  […]

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          Off The Screens & Onto The Fields

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          Vista, CA — WHAT’S ON DECK: Friday, January 14th — Register for Spring 2022 now to avoid the waiting list. Snack bar workers and junior umpires can earn some extra cash this Spring. Sign Up Soon to Avoid Being WaitlistedWe are hoping to avoid the waiting list situation we had during our last Spring and Fall […]

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          Vista Panther Basketball

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           David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-The Vista Panthers at 5-10 on the season lost their 4th game in a row as they were defeated by the Lancers of Carlsbad High by an 84-71 score.  Benji Hilstock led the Panthers with 30 points, Cyprian Hyde contributed with 25 points and Gabe Molina 12 points. The Panthers will host the […]

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          Poway Titans Win 2022 Mission Hills Invitational Wrestling Tournament

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Mission Hills High School-San Marcos, CA: The Poway Titans B wrestling claimed the 2022 Mission Hills Invitational Wrestling Title that was held in San Marcos, CA as they claimed 5 champions and 230 points. Rancho Bernardo finished in 2nd place with 134.5 points and 2 champions. The following schools finished in the […]

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          Vista Boys Basketball

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          The Panthers of Vista High opened the 2022 basketball season as they lost their 3rd game in a row as they were defeated by the Marauders of Mira Mesa by a 42-37 score. Benji Hilstock 12 points 4 rrebounds 4 assists  Cyprian Hyds 10 points 15 rebounds 4 blocks 2 assists Derek Delgado 6 points […]

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          Vista Panthers Defeat Canyon Crest In Governors Cup Finish In 7th place

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          David Willauer –The Vista Panthers improve their record to 4-7 and snapped a 2 game losing streak as they defeated the Ravens of Canyon Crest Academy by a 58-47 score.  Vista Performers  Benji Hilstock 30 6 rebounds 3 steals Cyprian Hyde 20 pts 15 rebounds  Robert Friend 4 LaCiya Garrett 2 Gabe Molina 2 Vista will […]

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          Governor’s Classic Results of the Holiday Basketball Classic

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          Otay Ranch (64) defeats Rancho Buena Vista (54) David Willauer- The Mustangs of Otay Ranch behind Percy Whitaker’s 21 points as he was named to the All Tournament Team along with MVP Elijah Newsom’s 16 points defeated the Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns by a 64-54 win. Otay Ranch Head Boys Basketball Coach David Kulowitch on […]

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            20% Off Pageant Tickets. A Gift To Fall In Love With!

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            FEBRUARY 2022 + MARCH 2022 EVENTS CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR THE ARTS

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            Escondido, CA–January, 2022 -California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE) is proud to present the following events in February 2022 and March 2022. From the sweet sound of Motown, classical music, guitar virtuosos, traditional dance, to a post-post-modern diva, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are available for purchase at artcenter.org or by […]

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            A Musical Comedy Gone Wild!

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            West Coast Premiere Desperate Measures Music by David FriedmanBooks and Lyrics by Peter Kellogg Orchestrations by David Hancock Turner Vocal arrangements by David Friedman Directed by Christopher Williams January 12 – February 6, 2022 This award-winning witty, wild musical comedy takes Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure and shakes it up. A rollicking romantic musical that manages to address law and order, justice and hypocrisy […]

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            Introducing . . . John Leguizamo

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            In Conversation with John Leguizamo Saturday | January 29 | 7:30pm You may know him best from the memorable characters he’s brought to life in the hit movies Super Mario Brothers, Moulin Rouge!, John Wick, Ice Age, Too Wong Foo,Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar and, most recently, Disney’s Encanto. Leguizamo is also a force on stage writing and performing […]

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            NVA’S Final Draft New Play Festival Is Back Jan 7-9!

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            FINAL DRAFT NEW PLAY FESTIVAL 3 DAYS – 10 PLAYS + WORKSHOPS + DEI PANEL + ART EXHIBIT Produced by Farah Dinga Assistant Produced by Simon Martin CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL FESTIVAL SCHEDULE We are back with a bang, and honored to be sharing 10 never before seen plays written by talented local playwrights, […]

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            An Intimate Evening With David Foster

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            Thursday | January 20 | 7:30pm  16-time Grammy Award-winning writer/producer and one of the biggest musical forces of our time, David Foster, performs songs he wrote or produced from his four decades of hits and includes fascinating storytelling about the songs, artists, and moments of his life.Some of the music man’s hits include Celine Dion’s “Because […]

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            This Holiday Season, Give Them The Globe!

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            Season tickets offer your loved ones unforgettable experiences at The Old Globe SEASON PACKAGES GIFT CERTIFICATES “A Grinch that will not only steal Christmas but your heart as well! Polec takes on the title role with elastic physicality—an astonishing amount of energy and the undeniable feeling that he is having fun makes his fuzzy green […]

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            San Diego Musical Theatre 2022 Season

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            SDMT 2022 Season Release! Click here to view our 2022 season release! San Diego Musical Theatre | 4650 Mercury Street, San Diego, CA 92111

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