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Healthy Community Healthy You – Body Balance: Control Of Your Frame

By   12 hours ago

Balance is the body’s ability to be pulled in the right direction at the right time. The central nervous system (CNS), composed of the brain and spinal cord, accomplishes this task for us. This system is in charge or activating and relaxing the needed muscles with precise timing.  The CNS is overstimulated every second of […]

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American Legion Post 365 & VFW Post 7041

By   12 hours ago

Don’t miss the July 4th Bar-B-Q!!!With a great menu and live music for $10you are guaranteed a great day. The cooks have returned from vacation so the weekly specials are back again. Stop in for a meal or two.

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Fourth Of July DUI Patrols

By   1 day ago

Watch for increased impaired driving patrols this holiday weekend. The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department wants you to celebrate responsibly this Independence Day by not driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Sheriff’s Deputies will be conducting increased impaired driving patrols on Monday, July 4 and throughout the holiday weekend.  In 2021, deputies arrested […]

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47th San Diego Scottish Highland Games Returns to Vista’s Brengle Terrace Park

By   2 days ago

Brian Robertson –Walking into the always beautiful Brengle Terrace Park at nine in the morning with 73-degree weather and cloudless skies, as Frederick & Joshua Persons sing the Anthems, one might say this is a once in a lifetime experience. Though, if you are a native Southern Californian, and have been to the Scottish Highland […]

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Soroptimists Installs New Board

By   2 days ago

Vista, California, June, 2022–Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland held its Installation of Officers at a garden-themed potluck held Saturday, June 25, 2022 in a member’s backyard in Vista. The women’s club is part of Soroptimist International, a global organization with members in 121 countries all working to Educate, Empower and Enable women […]

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City Of Vista To Install Stop Signs

By   2 days ago

Vista, CA –All-way stop signs will be installed within the next five weeks at the intersections of Warmlands Avenue and Alessandro and at Hill Drive and Durian Street. On May 4, 2022 the Traffic Commission recommended establishing the all-way stops to manage speeding traffic along Warmlands Avenue and on Hill Drive. The cost to install […]

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Vista Irrigation District Annual Water Quality Report Available Online

By   2 days ago

District’s tap water meets all federal and state safe drinking water standards Vista, CA –Vista Irrigation District’s Consumer Confidence Report, also known as the annual water quality report, is available to be viewed online.  English and Spanish versions of the report are available for download from the district’s website.  In 2021, as in past years, […]

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    Gin N”Tonix

    By   1 day ago

    Happy Independence Day! The Gin ‘NTonix are on Vacation! ‘NVoice Studios is pleased to share a Musical Moment…an evening of classic vocal jazz.  Garden Center Café & Grill Warm nights and beautiful lights welcome you to the Garden Center. Exquisite food served in a garden setting. Both indoor and patio seating available. 1625 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook […]

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    4th of July Concert and Fireworks

    By   2 days ago

    Lorrie Morgan California Center for the Arts, Escondido and Grape Day Park Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band 57th Annual Independence Day Celebration featuring LORRIE MORGAN  THIRD MARINE AIRCRAFT WING BAND Monday | July 4 | 5pm-9:30pm  Grape Day Park Admission: FREE | VIP Tickets: $65 Join us this Monday for CCAE’s annual 4th of July celebration! There […]

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    Urban Corps North County Open House

    By   2 days ago

    Escondido Facility to Serve Young Adults – Open for Tours and Training Join Urban Corps of San Diego County on Thursday, July 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for its North County Open House at 2200 Micro Place in Escondido. During this drop-in event, guests can tour the facility, learn more about Urban Corps’ […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   2 days ago

    June 30, 2022 As we wrap up the month of June and head into the Fourth of July weekend, we’re also officially making the switch to our new trash, recycling and organics waste service provider starting Friday. Get all the details on that, plus updates about: 1-mile coastal roadway options TGIF parking tips Getting help […]

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    Camp Peacock Art Camp At Leo Carrillo Ranch

    By   2 days ago

    The Parks & Recreation and Library & Cultural Arts Departments have joined forces to offer an exciting opportunity to summer camp participants, ages 8 – 12. Club Peacock Art Camp @ Leo Carrillo is an interdepartmental collaboration that combines the creative and artistic talents of Library & Cultural Arts Department instructors with beautiful Leo Carrillo Ranch […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

    By   2 days ago

    Yesterday, my effort, in partnership with District Attorney Summer Stephan and Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer, to declare fentanyl a public health crisis was unanimously passed by the Board of Supervisors. By declaring illicit fentanyl a Public Health Crisis, we elevate awareness and take the first step in putting the public on notice. We need to start treating illicit […]

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    Don Diego Gala Was “The Center” Of Attention At The Fair

    By   2 days ago

    Del Mar, CA … Guests at Don Diego Scholarship Foundation’s June 24, 2022 “Reunite & Celebrate” Gala and Sam Hunt Concert at the San Diego County Fair were the very first event-goers to enjoy “The Center” at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The venue will soon come alive with performances presented by the famed Belly Up. […]

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    Community Health Center Providing Access to COVID-19 Vaccine

    By   4 days ago

    Community Health Center Fulfilling its Role to Provide Equitable Access to COVID-19 Vaccine for Underserved Communities TrueCare™ is providing easy and equitable access to the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 6 months and older through its community healthcare centers, especially for the diverse communities who are underserved in North San Diego County. “COVID-19 […]

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      Senator Jones Forces Two Votes To Suspend The State Gas tax

      By   2 days ago

      Senate and Assembly Democrat Leaders block efforts to fund gas tax holiday  Sacramento, CA –California State Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) forced two votes in both the Senate and Assembly during the last 24 hours in an effort to suspend the state gas tax and fund a gas tax holiday. “Many of us have been […]

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      Senate Democrats Reject Republican Effort to Fund Gas Tax Holiday

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      A Roadmap of Democrat Failures on Gas Taxes Sacramento, CA — Today, Senator Brian Jones (R-Santee) gave Senate Democrats another opportunity to provide gas price relief with an amendment to fund a gas tax holiday. Democrats rejected the Republican effort, even as California drivers are paying $6.27 for a gallon of unleaded gas – nearly […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Cut the Gas Tax Already

      By   5 days ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -California still has the highest gasoline prices in the U.S. along with the highest gas taxes. Gasoline is averaging $6.40 per gallon across California, inflation is escalating, people are hurting. Immediate relief is needed, and the simplest, fastest remedy would be suspension of the gasoline tax at both federal and state levels. […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron-Work on the Budget Continues

      By   5 days ago

      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — You may have heard the legislature passed the state budget for fiscal year 2022-23 in order to meet the legally required deadline on June 15th. But our work in the legislature is far from over.  Legislative leaders and the Governor continue to negotiate over spending billions of dollars, including their plans to give […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -More Effective Mental Health Treatment

      By   2 weeks ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) is one of the most effective tools available for treating severely mentally ill persons. Legislation known as Laura’s Law was introduced in 2001 to make AOT available for persons who meet specified criteria for involuntary commitment, such as presenting a danger to themselves or others, or who are […]

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      Legislative Republicans’ Marks 100 Days Of Inaction By Democrats on Gas Price Relief

      By   2 weeks ago

      Sacramento, CA –Senate and Assembly Republicans held a press conference at the State Capitol demanding immediate action from Capitol Democrats and Governor Newsom to reduce gas prices. Friday, June 17, marks 100 days of inaction by the majority party as Californians struggle with sky-high gas prices and soaring inflation. The state budget approved by lawmakers earlier this […]

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      Senator Jones Asks Judge To Keep Sexually Violent Predator Out Of Borrego Springs

      By   2 weeks ago

      Newsom Administration trying to place Michael Martinez in close proximity to children who fit the exact profile of his previous victims   Sacramento, CA Today, State Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) sent the following letter to San Diego County Superior Court Judge David Gill asking that sexually violent predator (SVP) Michael Martinez not be paroled out […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Dumping Ground for Sexually Violent Predators?

      By   3 weeks ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -What happens to Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs) once they’ve served their sentences? Apparently, they get dumped in rural San Diego County. Rural areas lack resources to supervise conditionally released SVPs and guarantee public safety. In San Diego County, multiple SVPs have been placed in Jacumba Hot Springs, Campo and Boulevard, with proposed […]

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        No Whine – Thomas Calabrese

        By   12 hours ago

        A Time to Toughen Up Thomas Calabrese –Eleanor’s Café was located on Buccaneer Beach in Oceanside California. Eleanor Vistarino was the widow of retired Marine, Eddie Vistarino, who died 10 years ago from a heart attack. The décor of beachside café was casual and the walls were decorated with military memorabilia going back to the […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   4 days ago

        Marie: I eat pretty much healthy, but I seem to have so much inflammation and bloating all the time. What foods cause that?  Megan: Realistically if you are eating healthy, my guess could be artificial sweeteners or food additives. Refined carbohydrates, fried foods, foods high in trans fats and alcohol are big inflammation culprits. Some […]

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        Never Hang Justice From The Gallows -Thomas Calabrese

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         Abyss of Retribution Thomas Calabrese – Pueblo, Colorado is situated at the confluence of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, 112 miles south of Denver. Morgan Trask owned a 75,000 acre ranch in the area and was basically the law in the area. Even though Sheriff Bud Spicer was supposedly a public servant and was sworn to enforce the […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   2 weeks ago

        Barbara: Is the elliptical or stationary bike better for cardio?  Megan: Both these choices are good low-impact cardio selections. They’re easier on the knees than other forms of cardio. However, the benefit of the elliptical is that it is going to work your entire body as you move both your arms and legs. For that reason, […]

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        Surviving with Style Thomas Calabrese

        By   2 weeks ago

        A life of quiet inspiration Great thoughts sometimes come from a common mind, Greats actions often come from an honorable heart- Thomas Calabrese Zoey Logan grew up in Oceanside, California. Her parents separated when she was two-years old and divorced several years later. Her father Cooper Logan was a larger-than-life kind of guy, an adrenalin […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   3 weeks ago

        Tiffany: My friends swear by fasted cardio but I don’t know if that’s safe for me because I tend to workout really hard?  Megan: Fasted cardio can be effective because the body is pulling from reserves and may tap into burning more stored fat, but at certain intensities it may not be safe. Depending on what you […]

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        Condor -Thomas Calabrese

        By   3 weeks ago

        Ten Bogeys Thomas Calabrese–Scoring a condor is the rarest event in golf. This is normally a hole in one at a par five or a two at a par six would also count, but this has never been done. Only five condors have ever been recorded. A bogey means one over par or in military jargon, an enemy aircraft […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   4 weeks ago

        Karl: Can you really gain weight from lack of sleep?  Megan: It’s not that lack of sleep equates to weight gain, rather, it’s the behaviors that result from the lack of sleep. Your brain actually responds differently to hunger cues and desires junk food.  A sleepy brain also lacks the ability to reign in on impulses […]

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          4 Run Comeback Gives Lake Elsinore Storm The Best Record in The California League

          By   3 days ago

          Tonight’s game in Lake Elsinore began as many have this season; with James Wood absolutely destroying a baseball to deep center field. After just 26 MiLB games, Wood has a .994 OPS and was just recently promoted to the Top 100 Prospects list. This gave the Storm a fleeting 1 run lead. One they would give […]

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          Minor League Baseball -North County Baseball Athletes

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          David Willauer – 6/19/ Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 10 Norfolk Tides 7 – LV LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak a home run.  Oklahoma City Dodgers 7 Round Robin Express 1 Rancho Buena Vista and Palomar College alum Tony Wolters had 2 singles and scored a run.  Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 10 Norfolk Tides 7 – LaCosta […]

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          Curebound Announces $3.2 Million Raised At Padres Pedal the Cause

          By   2 weeks ago

          Record-setting fundraising total announced in honor of World Without Cancer Day in San Diego San Diego, CA –On World Without Cancer Day, Curebound, a San Diego-based 501(c)(3) philanthropic organization that raises and invests strategic funding in translational cancer research projects, has announced a record-breaking fundraising year for Padres Pedal the Cause. The signature event, held […]

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          North County Local Athletes In 2022 College World Series & MLB

          By   2 weeks ago

          David Willauer – 2022 College World Series in Omaha, NE-Notre Dame 7 Texas 3 ND:  San Marcos alum Zack Prazjner 2 singles an RBI and a single.  Texas Santa Fe Christian alum Murphy Stehly singled and scored a run.  Colorado Rockies 10 San Diego Padres 4 -Poway alum Connor Joe 2 singles 1 and scored […]

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          North County Athletes Playing In College World Series

          By   2 weeks ago

          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-The following San Diego baseball players will be partaking in the 2022 College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska that will start this coming Saturday, June 18th.  Cade Brown, Cathedral Catholic, Oklahoma  Zack Prazjner, San Marcos, Notre Dame Murphy Stehly, Santa Fe Christian, Texas  Vinnie Martinez, San Marcos and Austin Kretzschmar, Helix  Derek […]

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          Major And Minor League Baseball

          By   3 weeks ago

          David Willauer –St. Louis Cardinals 5 Cincinnati Reds 4 -SL Tommy Edman LaJolla Country Day School alum 2 run game winning homer in the bottom of the ninth.  Baltimore Orioles 6 Kansas City Royals 4 – Poway alum Tyler Nevin 3 run homer for the O’s  San Diego Padres 2 Colorado Rockies 1 -Poway alum Connor […]

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          North County Baseball News

          By   3 weeks ago

          David Willauer –Oklahoma City 6 Sugarland Space Cowboys 1 Palomar and Rancho Buena Vista alum Tony Wolters 1 double 1 run scored.  Scranton Wilkes Barre Rail Riders 12 Syracuse Mets 4 LCC alum Phil Evans 1 double 1 home run for SWB Dunedin Blue Jays 12 Lakeland Flying Tigers 5 Mission Hills alum Kingston Liniak […]

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          Oceanside High’s Dave Rodriguez Ready For 2022 Football Season

          By   4 weeks ago

          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-John Carroll Stadium-Oceanside HIgh School-Oceanside, CA-6-4-22:  The Oceanside Pirates known for their football tradition have produced outstanding players who have gone on to playing in colleges and the NFL.   For 21 years, former coach John Carroll has guided the squad to numerous San Diego Section and CIF State Football titles, retiring in 2014  […]

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            2022 Pageant Of The Masters Celebrates Travel And Culture In “Wonderful World”

            By   2 days ago

            Pageant of the Masters re-creation of “Round the World” Game Box Cover (1890) featuring adventurer Nellie Bly, one of the inspirations for “Wonderful World” Laguna Beach, CA — The Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach takes off for a journey around the globe with this summer’s production of Wonderful World from July 7 to September 2. A celebration of art through the […]

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            NC Rep Presents The Remarkable Mister Holmes

            By   5 days ago

            A World Premier Musical Comedy With A Rousing Musical Murder Mystery Solana Beach, CA – It’s London in the 1890s. The city is besieged with a series of baffling crimes that only the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes and his new assistant can solve. Not only do they sleuth and scrutinize – they also sing!  From […]

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            Old Globe Theater -Dial M For Murder

            By   2 weeks ago

            San Diego, CA – The Old Globe announced today the cast and creative team for the Globe-commissioned, world-premiere adaptation Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott and adapted by acclaimed playwright Jeffrey Hatcher (Scotland Road, Wait Until Dark). This modern classic is directed in high style by Globe veteran Stafford Arima (Allegiance, Red Velvet). Performances begin July 21 and due to popular demand have already been extended […]

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            A Beautifully Told, Poignant Tale

            By   2 weeks ago

            “Under the direction of Nike Doukas, Linda Gehringer and Andrew Barnicle deliver affecting performances.” – David L Coddon, The San Diego~Union Tribune The Outgoing Tide By Bruce Graham Directed by Nike Doukas Featuring Andrew Barnicle, Linda Gehringer & Leo Marks  NOW through July 3rd One fiercely proud man devises a bold plan for his future, but his family has […]

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            THE OUTGOING TIDE at North Coast Repertory Theatre

            By   3 weeks ago

            NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE presents THE OUTGOING TIDE Bruce Graham & Directed by Nike Doukas Schedule Previews start June 8, 2022 Opens: June 11, 2022– Closes: July 3, 2022 Wed. @ 7pm, Thurs-Sat @ 8PM ; Sat & Sun @ 2PM; Sun @ 7pm Fri (June 10) @2pm Wed (June 29) @ 2pm Previews    $54.00 […]

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            New Village To Present Leonard Bernstein’s New York All-Star Cast Outdoors At The Flower Fields

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            Previews June 29 and 30; Performances July 1 through July 31Carlsbad, CA: (June, 2022) New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, is proud to be producing this loving tribute to Leonard Bernstein’s work as a composer. Conceived and arranged by Broadway conductor, music director and arranger Rob Fisher, Leonard Bernstein’s New York features memorable […]

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            New Village Arts Returns For Summer Outdoor Music & Theatre At The Flower Fields

            By   1 month ago

            Carlsbad, CA -June, 2022) New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, returns for the second year in residence at the world-famous The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch from June 3 – August 14, 2022. The month of June features concert events with beloved San Diego-based bands. July brings a dance- and song-filled musical theatre […]

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            North Coast Repertory Presents “The Outgoing Tide”

            By   2 months ago

            Sensitive Issues Tackled With Humor And Compassion In North Coast Repertory Theatre West Coast Premiere Solana Beach, CA – Fiercely proud and battling the torments of an aging mind and uncertain future, one man devises a plan, but his family has other ideas in the West Coast premiere of THE OUTGOING TIDE, coming soon to […]

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