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Do You Ever Wonder?

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TR Robertson — There are times when we day dream or are lying in bed trying to go to sleep our mind wanders and we begin to think of some of the craziest things. Some thoughts are utterly ridiculous, some are very complex, some very mysterious and some with no answers whatsoever. Here are a […]

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The History of Board Games

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TR Robertson –For the last two months, as we have been sheltered in place, the popularity of board games has increased as people began to dig into their closets and break out games that had been put away for a rainy day. Everyone who likes board games usually has a particular favorite one and many […]

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City of Vista News

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City Relaxes Park Restrictions The City has reopened the tennis, pickleball, and bocce ball courts in city parks, and the disc golf course in Brengle Terrace Park. Public health-related measures remain in effect.  Business Support Discussion, June 2 Workshop During their regularly scheduled workshop at 2 pm on June 2 (by teleconference), the City Council […]

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VUSD Graduations June 13th

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Traffic Control in Place for VUSD Graduations – June 1-3 Traffic control will be in place for several VUSD graduation and promotion events on June 1-3. Motorists are encouraged to take alternative routes, to avoid the traffic congestion. Following is a list of schools and start times. Please contact VUSD for more information regarding the events. Vista High School: […]

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Vista Elks Lodge Re-opening June 4th!

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Vista, CA –Hi Friends,It’s been a long time coming… we’re reopening the Lodge! June will be “Reopening Month” as we work diligently to reopen in a responsible manner.  Our expectation is by the end of the month, all our programs should be back up and running.   We also have some new programs coming your […]

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Moonlight Youth Theatre Broadway Musical Trivia Fundraiser

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Vista, CA — The Moonlight Youth Theatre Broadway Musical Trivia Fundraiser will be held on June 10th Via Zoom at 7 pm. details below.

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American Legion Post 365 & VFW Post 7041 Announce Hours of Operation

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Hours of Operation for the Post Vista, CA –We are finally back on track – sort of – for Dine-In meals. The hours are different and for the time being we will be closed on Monday’s and Wednesday’s. But, we have the same great staff and the same great food – with a few new […]

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Assemblymember Waldron – Committee of the Whole?

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Assemblymember Marie Waldron –This week the California Assembly convened a historic meeting; one that has not happened in 25 years.  Called the “Committee of the Whole,” it is when the entire Assembly comes together to serve as an 80-member budget committee to address thisdeficit budget cycle. Committee of the Whole meetings are rare and only occur during […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    Carlsbad, CA–I’d like to start today’s update by addressing the protests over the past several days across the nation and here in San Diego (including Carlsbad). I want to assure you that the City of Carlsbad Police Department is committed to protecting our community’s safety while facilitating a safe environment for demonstrators to peacefully exercise their […]

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    New Freeway Signs & Student Photography Banners Point to Cultural District

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    Oceanside, CA — The Oceanside CA Cultural District (OCCD) has just unveiled four new freeway signs and three new street banners. The freeway signage has been installed by CalTrans at both the north and south Mission Avenue exits along the Interstate 5 Freeway. This signage was part of a grant process and installed to bring […]

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    Theatre Conversations

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    Welcome to the Conversation Jessica John Our next conversation is with actress/producer Jessica John who has been in many plays at North Coast Rep including A Shana Maidel, Unnecessary Farce, School For Lies and most recently Gabriel. JESSICA JOHN : Other select work includes Backyard Renaissance: Smokefall, Abundance, The Elephant Man, Parlour Song; Lambs Players Theatre: Noises Off, The Explorer’s Club; […]

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    Dig Deeper Into The Arts With Mobile Art Workshop

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    Oceanside, CA — Oceanside Public Library and The Hill Street Country Club (HSCC) are proud to present Mobile Art Workshop (MAW), an extension and expansion of HSCC’s Papercuts Zine Club, community art gallery and teaching artists program. MAW is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency and the City of Oceanside […]

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    North County Teacher wins James Madison Fellowship Award

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    San Marcos, CA –Nicole Miller**, selected to receive the 2020 James Madison Fellowship for the State of California. Mrs. Miller has been teaching U.S. Government and Politics for 15 years at Mission Hills High School in San Marcos (San Marcos Unified School District). Mrs. Miller is also currently one of five San Diego County Teachers […]

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    The Oceanside Charitable Foundation Awards $84,500

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    to Advance Quality of Life for Low-Income Families, Youth and Seniors May, 2020 – San Diego, CA – The Oceanside Charitable Foundation (OCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, marked its 12th year of giving by awarding $84,500 to seven nonprofits promoting the health and well-being of the Oceanside community.  “The Oceanside Charitable Foundation grants showcase […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   4 days ago

    Carlsbad, CA –Another day brings another small step forward in the gradual reopening of Carlsbad. Yesterday, the county updated its health order to allow people to attend places of worship and get their hair cut. Here are the details:  Places of worship Limit attendance to 25% of building capacity or 100 attendees, whichever is lower. […]

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    City Of Carlsbad Virtual Senior Programs

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    New Zoom [email protected] Try our new Zoom classes! Enjoy an easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful images with Zentangle. Create a union of body, mind and spirit as you practice basic postures and breath work in yoga and Pi-yo classes. And try our new Culinary Lab class where instructor Kyle Dixon will host […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Committee of the Whole?

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –This week the California Assembly convened a historic meeting; one that has not happened in 25 years.  Called the “Committee of the Whole,” it is when the entire Assembly comes together to serve as an 80-member budget committee to address thisdeficit budget cycle. Committee of the Whole meetings are rare and only occur during […]

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      Senate Republican Leader Grove Issues Statement on Violent Protests

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      Sacramento, CA — Today, Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) released the following statement in response to the violent protests across our country:” “Americans have the right to protest and peacefully assemble, but the behavior the nation saw last night is unacceptable. “Today our state and country woke up with a mixture of emotions. We feel sadness and grief for […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron- Our 75th District Begins to Re-Open!

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      Sacramento, CA –Marie Waldron State Assemblymember –As you may have heard, both San Diego and Riverside Counties in our 75th District have been cleared to move into a more advanced Stage 2 and even part of Stage 3 of California’s Resilience Roadmap to Recovery.  Late last week, dine-in restaurants and retail shops were permitted to reopen with some modifications and guidelines for safe operations to […]

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      Effort to Stabilize Coastal Bluffs & Preserve Beach Access Gains Bipartisan Momentum

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       Sacramento, CA – The Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee today heard Senate Bill 1090 by Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) that would help prevent further tragedies on public beaches such as the Encinitas bluff collapse that killed three people in August 2019. The committee did not vote on the bill. Instead, the committee’s chair, Senator Henry […]

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      Senator Jones: Governor’s Guidelines for Reopening Houses of Worship Nowhere Near Adequate

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      “What’s missing is a fundamental understanding that faith, religion and its practice, are essential” Sacramento, CA – State Senator Brian Jones (R-Santee) today released the following statement in response to Governor Newsom’s plan to reopen houses of worship in California: “President Trump is right that houses of worship are essential. Just like big-box stores can […]

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      Senator Bates to Present Bill on Coastal Bluff Safety

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       Sacramento, CA – Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) will present her Senate Bill 1090 on Tuesday that would require the California Coastal Commission to grant permits to public agencies and coastal homeowners in San Diego and Orange Counties to mitigate coastal erosion. The bill would help prevent further tragedies on public beaches such as the Encinitas bluff […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron Saluting Our Graduates

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron– It’s graduation time and unfortunately the events that our college and high school students, 8th graders, kindergarteners and many others have been eagerly working toward all year have been significantly impacted by the  COVID-19 pandemic, and that includes canceling traditional graduations and grad nights, school dances and other large gatherings.  These events and […]

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      Jones’ Measure Reducing Licensing Burdens on Californians Passes Key Committee

      By   2 weeks ago

      Sacramento, CA – A measure by State Senator Brian Jones (R-Santee) to reduce the licensing burden on working Californians was unanimously approved by the Senate Business and Professions Committee. Jones’ Senate Bill 878 will ease licensing burdens for California workers who are required to be licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA).“California has a […]

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        How You Can Have A More Energy Efficient Business

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        You’ll know how important it is for your business to work as efficiently as possible. Any inefficiencies will mean you could be losing money or time on items that you don’t need for your brand to operate. The same is true when it comes to energy: this could be using up resources you may not […]

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        Silence is Golden – Thomas Calabrese

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        The War for the Silver Screen Thomas Calabrese — The achievements of the 4th Marine Brigade on the battlefields of Europe, comprised the major effort of the Marine Corps in Europe during World War I.  The 5th Regiment of Marines had landed in France with the first expedition of American troops in June 1917, and […]

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        Academy of Our Lady of Peace -Virtual Graduation Ceremony

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        The Academy of Our Lady of Peace Raises the Bar with First Live Virtual Graduation Ceremony Livestreaming Each Graduate from Their Home SAN DIEGO – May, 2020 – Ensuring graduating seniors receive the recognition they deserve, the Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP) successfully hosts its first live virtual graduation ceremony and the first of […]

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        Best Casino Destinations in the United States

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        May, 2020 –The United States is a country that has a lot to offer to tourists coming from all around the world. Despite being a leader in the economy, modernity, and the center of the world nowadays, it is also a big tourist destination. People usually want to visit New York, a big center of […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Allison: I thought I was eating healthy having acai bowels, but then when I looked up the nutrition I’m second guessing that. So are they healthy or not?  Megan: Well there’s two sides to every story. Acai berries themselves do have a ton of Vitamin A and fiber. Vitamin A is good for immunity and […]

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        How You Can Achieve A Masters in Business Management Degree in 2020

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        How You Can Achieve a Master’s in Business & Management Degree Are you eager to become a business leader of tomorrow? Do you want to be able to able to effectively manage a team with confidence? Or perhaps, you are keen to start your own business? Whatever your business goals are, a master’s in business […]

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        Gunny 12 Steps – Thomas Calabrese

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        Ballad of San Leandro Thomas Calabrese –Zoey Yeager was in her third year at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. She was working toward her degree in landscape architecture and her studies included the design, planning and protection of the natural and developed environments. This would be the first year that she […]

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        The History Behind Why We Celebrate Memorial Day

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        TR Robertson — 2020 will go down as the year life, as we once knew it, went thru drastic changes to everything around us. Many of the holidays we took for granted are now going to be celebrated with more caution and many of the activities that have taken place on these holidays will go […]

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          Tyler Saladino – Korean Baseball League

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          David Willauer — Former Palomar Comets alum Tyler Saladino currently playing for the Samsung Lions of the Korean Baseball League on Saturday May 30, 2020 in the first game Samsung defeated the NC Dinos by a 9-1 score.  The former University City High School alum went 3 for 4 with 3 hits 3 rbi’s and […]

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          Lawrence Clear-Cut Favorite To Be First Pick In 2021 Draft

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          Lawrence Clear-Cut Favorite To Be First Pick In 2021 Draft With the 2020 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, we can start to shift our focus to next year. The 2021 class is going to be a good one as all of the previous chants of “Tank for Tua” have now changed to “Tank for […]

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          Volunteer Assistant Afenir Named Coach For 2020 Season

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          SAN DIEGO – The San Diego League today named Palomar College Volunteer Assistant Audie Afenir as head coach of the Hooks for the 2020 season. Chief Operating Officer Connor Little made the announcement. Afenir, the son of local New York Yankees Area Scout Troy Afenir, has served as a part-time volunteer assistant at Palomar for the […]

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          Korean Baseball League -Tyler Saladino

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          David Willnauer –On 5-8-20 the Samsung Lions defeated the Kia Tigers in Korean League Baseball by a 8-5 score as they registered their first win of the season.  Former Palomar Comet and San Diego High alum Tyler Saladino went 2 for 4 with 1 double, 1 single, 2 rbi”s with 1 run scored. Tuesday, May 12th […]

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          San Diego League Baseball Plan To Open May 30th

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          San Diego. CA — As we continue to prepare for baseball this summer, we would like to lay out part of our logic: Parks throughout San Diego County are open. Baseball is played in a (ball)park. Using mathematical equations, our data consultants tell us that 500 10×10-foot picnic blankets can fit in fair territory in […]

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          Early Look At NFL Season 2020

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          Early Look at The Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 5 There is a lot of hope for both of these teams in 2020. The Green Bay Packers had a god-awful offseason but they still have a peak-condition Aaron Rodgers. You would have thought that with the draft, the Packers would have […]

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          Local North County Top Ranked Boys Golf In San Diego

          By   3 weeks ago

          Davis Willauer- Sport news Jonas Appel, sr LaCosta Canyon  Landon Elliott, sr LaCosta Canyon  Shane French, sr Classical Academy  Ian Maspat, jr Classical Academy Andre Nacional, sr El Camino Dylan Oyama, sr Pacific Ridge  Luke Potter, sr Lacosta Canyon  Ryan Smith, sr Classical Academy  Connor Williams, fr San Pasqual 

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          The San Diego Baseball League Update

          By   3 weeks ago

          We have a comprehensive plan in place to play baseball this summer that not only meets, but goes above and beyond the current recommended social distancing guidelines. The plan includes the attached diagram, which displays how we will adhere to the guidelines – with players from truncated rosters spread out amongst the dugouts, bullpens, and […]

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            The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep

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            The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep is now offering ONLINE SUMMER CAMPS, 2020: ‘Creative & Collaborative Performances!’ One-Week, Half-Day Performance Camps for young actors ages 4-8 Two-Week Performance Camps for young actors ages 8-12 One-Week  Two-Week, Performance Camps for actors ages 12-19 SOLANA BEACH, CA- Theatre School at North Coast Rep is very excited […]

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            La Jolla Playhouse Theatre Online

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            La Jolla Playhouse Online Content Update – Digital WOW Piece WALKS OF LIFE Begins Today       Digital WOW Production Walks of Life Begins Today   Our next digital Without Walls (WOW) production, Blindspot Collective’s Walks of Life,launches today. This touching audio experience imagines stories that might be unfoldingin the homes around you as you walk through your neighborhood. […]

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            Theatre Conversations

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            Welcome to the conversation Melinda Lopez MELINDA LOPEZ has a secret evil plan: to create complex, Latina women and put them center stage. She is the playwright-in-residence at the Huntington Theatre, and part of the Mellon foundations national playwright residency program. She is currently developing a long-form series for audible, Escoria, an immigration drama, set in 2018 […]

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            NC REP May Newsletter

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            A comedy by Cris Franco starring Ric Salinas of Culture Clash -0 Directed by Jesse Perez – In the Lyceum Space November 19 – December 6, 2020 It’s 1964 and ten-year-old Junior is in crisis: his Old World Mexican dad is loading the 1957 Chevy and moving the entire familia from their familiar and diverse […]

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            Welcome to the Conversation

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            With Mark Christopher Lawrence Mark Christopher Lawrence hosts our Tuesday Night Comics and is an actor, comic, and has a successful career on stage and in film. Here he shares stories about what led him to become the artist and the person he is. MARK CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE is an international headliner who has worked with the likes of […]

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            Finally Friday Happy Hour

            By   3 weeks ago

            Did you miss a Live Stream? Don’t worry! Click a link below to visit our YouTube Channel! Finally Friday Happy Hour Concert: Kyrsten and Kevin Hafso-KoppmanFinally Friday Happy Hour Concert: Josh BreckenridgeFinally Friday Happy Hour Concert: Elan McMahanFinally Friday Happy Hour Concert: Edred UtomiFinally Friday Happy Hour Concert: Madeline EdwardsFinally Friday Happy Hour Concert: Jacob […]

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            Theatre Conversations With Jacque Wilke

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            Welcome to the Conversation Jacque Wilke Jacque Wilke was last seen as Louise Peakes in our runaway hit THE OUTSIDER, but is always an audience favorite at North Coast Rep. She talks about how she began her acting career, her comedic inclinations, and more. JACQUE WILKE was last seen on stage at North Coast Repertory as […]

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            Summer Festival of Arts Fine Art Show & Pageant of the Masters Fall Victim to the Coronavirus

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            Laguna Beach, CA May, 2020 – The iconic Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach has officially announced the cancellation of both the Fine Art Show and Pageant of the Masters for its upcoming 2020 summer season. This decision comes amid official stay-at-home and social distancing orders, and Governor Newsom’s announcement of a phased reopening plan for […]

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