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American Legion Post 365 & VFW Post 7041

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March is here already. Stop in for a great meal  and visit with friends. Public is Invited 1234 S Santa Fe, Vista • 760-726-0472

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Beat the Price Increase for the Vista Strawberry Run!

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Register Today Hurry – Prices for the Vista Strawberry Run increase on March 4th!Run or walk this scenic, flat and fast 5K (3.1-mile) course in the heart of downtown Vista. Bring the kids along to run, walk or skip our 1-mile or 1/4-mile Kid’s Run and after the race, stay and enjoy the renowned Vista Strawberry Festival […]

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IRS Extends Tax Deadline In San Diego County Due To Storm Disaster

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IRS extends tax deadline in San Diego County due to storm disaster We’re also sharing some news from the Internal Revenue Service, which this week pushed back the tax deadline to June 17 for people and businesses in San Diego County. The entire county was recently declared a federal disaster area due to the severe […]

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Train Collision – Vista -Colisión de Tren – Vista

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Pedestrian struck by NCTD Sprinter Train. An investigation is underway after a deadly Sprinter Train collision in Vista. It happened on Thursday, February 29 just after 9:00 a.m. on the tracks near the intersection of Main Street and South Santa Fe Avenue. When Sheriff’s Deputies arrived, they found a man who had been hit by […]

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Vista Based Applied Membranes Inc. Leader in Water Treatment and Reuse Technologies

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TR Robertson -In his garage in 1983, Dr. Gil Dhawan might not have realized that one day he would be the founder and owner of a company that is this nation’s leader in the membrane technology field specializing in the commercialization and manufacture of membranes and membrane technology in the water treatment industry, now celebrating 40 […]

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City of Vista News

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February 26, 2024 City Council Meets February 27 The Vista City Council will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 5:30 pm at the Vista Civic Center. Council meetings are accessible to all, and we invite you to join us and participate in person or virtually.⁠ Agenda items include:⁠⁠ Public Hearings 1). Central Vista Business Improvement […]

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Velocity News

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February 26, 2024 | Week 9 Vista Magazine: Spring 2024 – Read Now! The Spring issue of Vista Magazine is out now! This special issue features Vista’s ’40 Under 40′, Vista’s professionals under the age of 40 impacting our community. We also feature articles on some of the businesses/organizations led by these young professionals. Read […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond -A Migrant Shelter in San Diego?

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    Earlier this week, I stood as the lone dissenting voice against looking into a Long-Term Migrant Transfer Site and Respite Shelter in San Diego. My decision stems from a deep concern about the implications of supporting such a facility in our community. I refuse to be complicit in perpetuating a failed and broken immigration system. […]

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    Army And Navy Academy Celebrates Lunar New Year With The Community

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    TR Robertson -Carlsbad’s Army and Navy Academy cadets, family members and visitors celebrated the Lunar New Year the final Sunday in February with a series of presentations organized by Anne Wang, the Ambassador to the Academy’s Chinese community for the Army and Navy Academy Patrons Association. Anne Wang organized the event, invited the talent and […]

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    El Camino Quilt Guild March Meeting

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    El Camino Quilt Guild meets at 9:30 AM on Tuesday March 12, 2024 at El Corazon Senior Center, 3302 Senior Center Dr. Oceanside 92056. Guest fee $10.  Our March guest speaker is Pam Hadfield www.mamapquilts.com She will do a trunk show of her quilt designs.  Her workshop, “Crazy Christmas Trees” will be March 13 at […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    News from the City of Carlsbad | Feb. 29, 2024 Today, as we mark leap day 2024, I’ll fill you in how we’ve been making the most of our time at the city when it comes to our environment, water reliability, preserving community character and other issues important to the Carlsbad community. Latest economic report […]

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    North Island Credit Union Launches Charitable Foundation

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    To Support Local Community-Based Organizations & Educational Institutions North Island Credit Union Foundation Makes Debut Grant of $20,000 to Classroom of the Future Foundation Foundation Will Oversee Credit Union’s Giving Programs, Totaling More Than $2.5 Million Over the Past Five Years San Diego, CA – February, 2024 – North Island Credit Union announced today that it […]

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    Special Leap Year Sale On Spotlight Series Shows!

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     USE CODE LEAP29 TO ACCESS $29 TICKETS* (REG $35-$75) Code good through Friday, March 1 at 11:59pm *Limit 4 tickets per customer. Service fees not included. 1276 Auto Park Way Suite D402, Escondido, CA, USA

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    Rank Your Beer With The League Of Women Voters North County San Diego

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    Carlsbad, CA -February, 2024 – The League of Women Voters of North County San Diego is hosting a unique event to celebrate Spring while enabling local voters to learn about Ranked Choice Voting (RCV). Open to the public, the group’s “Rank Your Beer with the League” gathering on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 will include a “mock election” […]

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    Art+Sound: Feb 28-Mar 5

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    Exciting Announcement: TEDx Comes to Escondido, Igniting Community Inspiration! Exciting news, friends! We’re thrilled to announce that TEDx is coming to Escondido, and we couldn’t be more excited to share this incredible opportunity with our community. TED, born in 1984, has since become a beacon of inspiration, bringing together visionaries from diverse fields to share […]

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      Disaster Recovery Centers Opening in San Diego County

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      San Diego – The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), the County of San Diego and FEMA, along with state and local partners, will open Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) in San Diego County starting Friday, March 1, 2024. These temporary facilities are set up to help survivors recover from the severe storm and flooding […]

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      Senator Jones Calls Panera Bread’s Exemption To Minimum Wage Law “Crony Capitalism”

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      Sacramento, CA –  Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) issued the following statement in response to news reports that Panera Bread was exempted from California’s new $20-an-hour minimum wage hike for fast food chains because of their franchise owner’s connections and campaign contributions to Governor Newsom: “Panera couldn’t afford Democrat lawmakers’ $20 minimum wage requirement for fast […]

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      California Senate Republicans Call For Halt Of Alleged ‘pay-to-play’ Policymaking

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      Democrats charge forward anyway Sacramento, CA – Thursday, Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and his Senate Republican colleagues shared their concerns about allegations of the governor’s impropriety when negotiating exemptions from last year’s Fast Food Minimum Wage Bill. Today the Senate heard Assembly Bill 610 (D-Holden, Los Angeles), which will add new exemptions to California’s highly […]

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      Newsom to Newsom: “We Have To Be Mindful Of Overcommitting” Funding To Undocumented Immigrants Amidst A Deficit

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      Sacremento, CA- In 2021, Governor Newsom indicated he would not expand Medi-Cal for undocumented senior immigrants because it would worsen the budget in upcoming projected deficit years. Fast forward to 2024 and Newsom has changed his tune, committing the state to fund healthcare for not only seniors but also all undocumented immigrants. In a social media video posted last week, Senate Minority Leader […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -No More SVPs For Rural San Diego County

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – The placement of Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs) in rural areas of California, including San Diego County, is an ongoing problem. Since the 75th Assembly District covers most of rural northern and eastern San Diego County, I am very pleased to join Senator Brian Jones (R – San Diego) as co-author of Senate […]

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      Nominate an Exceptional Woman In The Community!

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      One of the greatest privileges as your State Senator is recognizing outstanding leaders in the community. Every year, each Senator and Assemblymember selects a “Woman of Year” to recognize in honor of Women’s History Month, which occurs in March this year. I am currently looking for nominees of remarkable women in our community to honor as […]

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      Senate Minority Leader Jones Introduces Cost Of Living Reduction Act

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      Measure will pull the plug on unfair income-based utility charge Sacramento. CA –  Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) announces the introduction of the Cost of Living Reduction Act, Senate Bill 1326, which would repeal the unfair law authorizing an income-based charge on electrical bills. Click here for the bill’s fact sheet and here for the petition in support […]

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Missing and Murdered People

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – San Diego County’s tribal communities are all located within the 75th Assembly District – we have more sovereign tribal governments than any county in the nation. Their safety, security and prosperity are very important to me, and for our region. That’s why the second annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) summit, […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Ted: My mom always said when it was cold outside that I had to wear my jacket so I wouldn’t get sick. Does cold weather make you sick?  Megan: Being in cold weather doesn’t directly make you more likely to get sick. It’s the fact that viruses spread more easily when body temperature is colder. […]

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        Intersection of Isolation and Desolation -Thomas Calabrese

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        Thomas Calabrese – Charlie Marshall’s Military Occupational Specialty (MOS 1341) was Engineer Equipment Mechanic and he was assigned to Combat Logistics Battalion 7, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California. After leaving the Corps, he accepted a civil service position doing the same type of work on base. Charlie had been in his […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Amber: When I had a cut growing up I always put a cute bandaid on it from my mom. Now, I’ve heard it’s better to let the cut breathe and not put a bandaid on it. Which is true?  Megan: As soon as a cut stops bleeding, for the first 24-48 hours or until a […]

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        The Mesmerizer – Thomas Calabrese

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        Crosshairs of True Justice Thomas Calabrese -John Luciano grew up in Piedmont, California, an upscale neighborhood of Oakland, California. Most of his family and this included his two older brothers, Carl and Pete, cousins, aunts and uncles were members of the International Longshoreman’s Union. Some were officers of the union and others worked at either […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Derek: My friends always go to Costco and swear by buying groceries in bulk especially since I’m trying to meal prep. They claim I will save a ton of money if I buy in bulk. Is that true?  Megan: When looking at the price comparison of certain items, sometimes buying them in bulk is the […]

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        Just A Lowly Blacksmith – Thomas Calabrese

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        A Quiet Little Town Thomas Calabrese -Hardy Gault moved from Stillwater, Oklahoma after his wife Belle died from a virus that she caught during a particularly harsh winter. His son, Lucas was only 11 years old at the time when they headed west in the spring of 1881 to start a new life. They stopped […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jessica: I’ve had excruciating stomach cramps when I do ab exercises to the point I don’t want to do abs when I workout. What causes these? Megan: It sounds like you have muscle spasms when you strain your core doing abdominal exercises. However, it could be gas or even dehydration. If you have any gastrointestinal […]

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        Contentment Is A Good Choice- Thomas Calabrese

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        The Pawn King Thomas Calabrese -Gunnery Sergeant Alex King had served twenty-one years in the Marine Corps and his last deployment was a great motivating factor in helping him decide that it was time to finally call it a career. He lost several of his men when an enemy drone hit his unit’s isolated outpost […]

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          Palomar College Women’s Basketball 3-peat As Conference Champs

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          San Marcos, CA (2/23/2024) — The Palomar College Women’s Basketball team defeated San Diego Mesa College for their third consecutive outright PCAC Conference Championship 61-49 on Friday night.  The Olympians got the best of the Comets in the first round, handing Palomar their first conference loss in two seasons. The Comets bounced back and defeated […]

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          North County High School Baseball

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          David Willauer – Ramona 3 Mira Mesa 2 R: Tait Carlson 1 home run Vista 5 Otay Ranch 3 Julian Navarro and Kalleen Boyette 2 run scored for Vista Oceanside 3 Olympia 2 O’side Julian Villapiano 1 double 1 run scored.  Will Hostetler 1 double 1 run scored.  Sammy Vences 1 double 2 singles.  Tristen […]

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          San Diego Athletes in College Baseball

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          David Willauer –LSU 18 Stonybrook 10 LSU:  Torrey Pines alum Mac Bingham 1 walk 1 run scored.  Butler 7 Alabama A and M 2 San Marcos alum Billy Wurch 2 singles 2 rbi’s 1 run scored.  Cal 5 Connecticut 4 CAL Rancho Bernardo alum Peyton Schulz 1 single.  Fresno State 2 Cal State Fullerton 1 […]

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          Palomar Comets Come From Behind To Defeat Monarchs 3-5

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          San Marcos, CA (February, 2024) — Down 3-1 in the eighth inning, the Palomar College Comet baseball team scored four runs in a come-from-behind win against LA Valley College to win the nonconference game 5-3. Starting pitcher Ryan Herrod pitched seven solid innings where he allowed three runs on nine hits and struck out five batters. Nathaniel Helton collected […]

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          Lutz Powers Palomar Sweep of Marauders

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          San Marcos February 2024 – With Breanna Lutz providing the power, and Guilianna “Gigi” Clavel and Nevaeh Haywood pitching nothing but zeroes, the Palomar College softball team swept Antelope Valley with a pair of 8-0 victories Friday at Bradley Park. Lutz, a freshman first baseman out of Ramona High School, homered in each game as the Comets swept the […]

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          Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns advance to the Boys CIF Division II Final

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Thursday, February 22, 2024-Rancho Buena Vista High School-Vista, CA: For the first time since the 2018-19 season, the Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns at 24-7 advanced to the championship round of the CIF Boys Division II San Diego Section Finals by a 62-59 victory over the 17-14 Bobcats of Sage Creek High School. […]

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          San Diego Athletes Playing College Baseball 

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          David Willauer –Texas 9 San Diego 4 SD performers: St. Augustine’s alum Angelo Perarza 1 walk 1 run scored. Granite Hills alum Austin Smith 1 single Poway’s Ivran Romero pitched 1 inning gave up 3 hits 2 walks and 2 strikeouts. LSU 27 VMI 5 Torrey Pines alum Mac Bingham 2 singles 2 runs scores […]

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          Local San Diego College Baseball News

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          David Willauer – Cal 6 Kansas State 3 Cal Rancho Bernardo alum Peyton Schultz 1 single and 1 RBI.  Connecticut 4 Louisville 3 Santana alum TC Simmons 1 single for U Conn Fresno State 7 Milwaukee 3 FS:  Madison alum Victor Arreola records his first victory in relief for the season as he pitched 3 […]

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            The Answer for Your Cultural Calendar

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            Taking control of your cultural calendar has never felt this good Or been this good of a deal! Subscribers tell us that quality time with loved ones is one of the main reasons they love their La Jolla Playhouse subscription. A premium subscription to Season 2024/25 puts six memorable outings on your calendar. Bring your partner, bestie, […]

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            A Comedic Masterpiece

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            Performance Begin March 6th! “An astonishingly delightful romp.” – NY Post Molière’s TARTUFFE, acknowledged as one of the most enduring comedic masterpieces in the theatrical canon, is given an astonishingly clever translation by two-time Pulitzer Prize poet Richard Wilbur. The charlatan Tartuffe worms his way into a wealthy family causing disruption and pandemonium. This highly satiric comedy skewers religious hypocrisy, deceit, and desire. Lovers […]

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            Curious Incident Opens To Rave Reviews

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            CURIOUS INCIDENT IS A HIT!! BUY TICKETS The San Diego premiere of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time opened to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike! Pam Kragen of The San Diego Union-Tribune called this “stunning, visceral” production “a must-see” and the best-staged show she’s seen all year, encouraging readers to “absolutely catch […]

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            San Diego Symphony Proudly Presents Musical Masterpieces:

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            Pictures at an Exhibition Pictures at an Exhibition invites you to see the world in sonic Technicolor. Conductor Antonio Méndez leads the San Diego Symphony on March 9 in Escondido in this melodic program, which includes Ned Rorem’s Concerto for English Horn with Principal English horn, Andrea Overturf, and Schumann’s Overture, Scherzo & Finale. GET […]

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            Meet The Cast of Tartuffe!

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             Molière Translated into English Verse by Richard Wilbur Directed by Richard Baird & this production is made possible in part by the generous support of Darlene Marcos Shiley March 6 – 31, 2024 Molière’s TARTUFFE, acknowledged as one of the most enduring comedic masterpieces in the theatrical canon, is given an astonishingly clever translation by two-time Pulitzer Prize poet Richard Wilbur. The […]

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            New Village Arts

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            IMPROVE WITH PATRICK MCINNIS Wednesday Nights from 6:30-8:00pm Drop In $15 per class Unleash your creativity and quick thinking in ourweekly drop-in improv class with Patrick McInnis! Join a vibrant community of improv enthusiasts every week for a fun-filled session that cultivates spontaneity, teamwork, and laughter. No experience necessary – just bring your enthusiasm and get […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company

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            March 8-24 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PREMIERE Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm – Sundays at 2 pm “Family is a loaded word.” Chicken & Biscuits, which ran on Broadway in 2020 before the pandemic shutdown, reveals the rivalry between sisters Baneatta and Beverly when they come together to pay their respects for their father. Between Beverly’s flaunting of her “blessings” at the chapel, Baneatta’s disapproval […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company

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            A Night of Neil: A Tribute to Neil Diamond with Scott Samuels & the Solitary Diamonds Friday, February 9 at 7 pm “A Night of Neil” featuring Scott Samuels and Solitary Diamonds is a Neil Diamond Tribute show that faithfully recreates the sounds and recalls the story of many of Neil’s most important hits, spanning […]

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