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Trick And Treat With The Sheriff

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Vista, CA — Trick or Treat with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, Vista Station is hosting contactless drive-thru Halloween Event. On Wednesday, October 28, 3-5 pm at North Coast Church Parking Lot, 2405 N Santa Fe, Vista.

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Surprising Facts and Trivia About Fast Food – Trivia #17

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TR Robertson — Fast food restaurants have been popular ever since they were first established and have been a part of the American food scene for years and years. Their range of food types covers the spectrum of every taste imaginable. Fast food drive-ups are both every parent’s go to and nightmare. The arguments about […]

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Vista Gift Card Digital Program

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Vista Gift Card Gives Back Bonus Cash & Supports Local Businesses Vista, CA –Vista Bucks, a citywide digital gift card program in which consumers are able to purchase $25 in value for just $20, launches Saturday, October 24. The program aims to drive business to Vista’s restaurants, retailers and other merchants to help restore economic […]

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Moonlight Youth Theatre

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So you always wanted to tap …Only a few spots left in Adult Tap with Moonlight’s Bets Malone –

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Old Times & Photos Part II

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“Victorian era “bathing machines” – Women were required to stay fully clothed until they got inside a bathing machine to change into suit; then someone would wheel the cart out into the ocean so the woman can get into the water privately without being seen in swimsuit. 1890s “ “Two West German girls chat with their […]

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Innovate78 Helps North San Diego County Startup Businesses Thrive

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Vista & North County San Diego, CA — It all began as a hobby in Greg Spence’s garage when he started tinkering with board game pieces and dreaming up ways to organize them. The Escondido software engineer had developed an affinity for collecting unique and eclectic board games to play with his family and friends. As […]

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The Moonlight’s Big Screen

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This Weekend on The Moonlight’s Big Screen! Tim Burton and Disney’s THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMASFriday night, October 23 at 7 SOLD OUT Who ‘Ya Gonna Call?GHOSTBUSTERSSaturday night, October 24 at 7Limited Tickets Left – Buy ‘Em Now! BUY NOW Order Your Snack Packs online! They’ll be ready for you to pick up when you arrive. Coming […]

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David C. Copley Foundation Awards Tri-City Hospital Foundation 2 to 1 Matching Gift

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Gift with a Two-to-One Matching Gift of up to $1.2M Oceanside, CA, (October, 2020) – The David C. Copley Foundation has awarded Tri-City Hospital Foundation with a two-to-one matching gift of up to $1.2M that will become the cornerstone of a redesign of Tri-City Medical Center’s emergency department (ED), a major resource for emergency and […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    COVID-19 Update October, 23rd, 2020 The I-15/ SR-78 HOV connectors are one step closer to becoming a reality! As anyone who has tried to get on the 78 from the 15 knows, the onramp to the 78 currently bottlenecks during rush hour. These connectors will help reduce that traffic. CALTRANS is currently preparing their environmental […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   2 days ago

    You might have noticed my update arrived later than usual Tuesday. That’s partially because we wanted to wait until after the state’s noon news conference when we were expecting new guidelines to be announced (theme parks, personal services and professional sports). The state also makes county tier status adjustments on Tuesdays. San Diego’s case rate […]

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    Palomar Ranks Among Top Institutions for Latinx Students

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    The Hispanic Outlook on Education names Palomar among the “Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics” nationwide, in terms of enrollment and degrees earned by Latinx students. SAN MARCOS, CA — Palomar College was named one of the “Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics” in the U.S. and was featured in the Oct. 12, 2020 edition […]

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    Foster Youth Winners of Entrepreneurial Competition

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    San Diego, CA– Just in Time for Foster Youth (JIT), a nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging a caring community to help transition age foster youth achieve self-sufficiency and well-being, has announced the four winners of its 3rd Annual JIT Shark Tank Competition. This entrepreneurial competition is part of the organization’s Pathways to Financial Power service, which […]

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    Commercial & Industrial Property Owners Forums

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    ON THE SMART & SUSTAINABLE CORRIDORS SPECIFIC PLAN Oceanside, CA –In early 2020, the City of Oceanside began the simultaneous process of completing its General Plan Update, creating a Smart and Sustainable Corridors Plan, and developing a community plan for South Morro Hills.  Through a Smart and Sustainable Corridors Plan (SSCP), the City will seek to […]

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    New Pilates Class Offering

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    Experience San Diego Pilates with a Free Intro Session  – Pilates will complement ANY fitness program.  If you want to increase… Muscle tone Flexibility Strength Coordination Or get relief from… Scoliosis & other back pain – Pilates is for you! 

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   3 days ago

    Last Friday the County of San Diego held an impromptu news conference warning that COVID-19 numbers were inching up in the county and imploring everyone to follow health precautions or risk subjecting local businesses to additional closures and restrictions. State metricsToday when the state reported out on county status, (covering Oct. 4 to Oct. 10), these […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond | 1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101

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      Assemblymember Waldron Safeguarding Animal Welfare A Priority

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron — The well-being, care, and protection of animals in our state and local community is our responsibility. This session, I co-authored or supported:– AB 128 which prevents the sale of wild horses for slaughter when purchased at auction– AB 1565 to improve the process of adopting kittens in animal shelters– SB 397 to develop best practices to facilitate the evacuation of […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Reining In Prescription Drug Costs

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron — One of the most important lessons from the pandemic is the need to prioritize reliable prescription drug manufacturing. California, especially this region, has long been a center for medical research, and one of our top priorities should be to encourage more drug research, innovations, and manufacturing, especially for generic drugs. That’s […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Yearly mammograms and screenings for genetic risk factors and early warning signs have proven to be highly effective diagnostic tools. If caught early, breast cancer is treatable. I am proud to be a lead advocate in […]

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      Senator Bates -Statement on Governor’s Climate Change Decree

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      Statement on Governor’s Climate Change DecreeSACRAMENTO – Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel), the Vice Chair of the Senate Environmental Quality Committee, issued the following statement after Governor Gavin Newsom issued a sweeping executive order today concerning climate change: “Policies to successfully address climate change require informed input from the people’s representatives in the Legislature. My legislative colleagues […]

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      Senator Brian Jones Legislative Update

      By   2 weeks ago

      It is an honor and a privilege to serve as your Senator. I know your time is precious‚ so I have just a few important updates for you including: A brief update on the bills I introduced this year now that the 2020 Legislative Session is in our rear-view. What to do in case you suspect you’re […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Historic Gains for Mental Health

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      Marie Waldron, —As a member of the Mental Health Caucus and the Assembly Health Committee, I was honored to be recognized as a “Mental Health Champion in the CA Legislature” by the Steinberg Institute this session. I am a co-author or supporter of:– SB 855 requires coverage for medically necessary treatment of mental health and substance use disorders […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Protecting Animals

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – -Since joining the Legislature I have authored and supported many bills protecting pets and native wildlife, most of which are now law. This session, I co-authored AB 128, which prevents the sale of wild horses for slaughter when purchased at auction. I also supported SB 469, which allows the California Horse […]

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      Assistance League of Inland North County, Nonprofit of the Year

      By   3 weeks ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – I recently joined my legislative colleagues to recognize over 100 nonprofits that work tirelessly to enhance our communities and the lives of our citizens. Due to the pandemic, we were unable to have the usual ceremony at the Capitol, but the lack of a formal celebration cannot diminish the important contributions […]

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        Treats And Traditions For Your Little Goblins

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        (NAPSI)—With in-person trick-or-treating in question these days, many parents are re-thinking ways for their children to celebrate Halloween.  If going door-to-door is not an option, consider these ideas by lifestyle expert Ashley Todd (@ashleyjtodd), who has teamed up with Delta Dental of Washington to offer parents some fun candy and activity alternatives to help make […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Vicki: I always hear it is best to eat your vegetables raw and cooking them takes out the nutrients. Is that true?? Megan: We know we need our vegetables and how they are prepared does actually make a difference. The bottom line is that yes it’s good to eat vegetables, but the impact of them lies […]

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        Mounting Moments of Mayhem

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        Operation Phantom Fury Thomas Calabrese — The Second Battle of Fallujah was code-named Operation Phantom Fury and occurred in November and December 2004. It was led by U.S. Marines and army units and was considered the highest point of conflict during the Iraq War. Earlier in the year in February 2004, control of Fallujah and […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jasmine: Why do people say red meat is so bad for you?? Megan: Red meat gets a bad reputation mainly because it impact your cardiovascular health. This is because some red meats are high in saturated fat which is the time that can raise your cholesterol (the bad kind LDL). This increases the risk for heart […]

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        Kid Galahad and Sir Lancelot – Thomas Calabrese

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          Comes With A Price Thomas Calabrese –Charles Buchinsky was born on November 3rd, 1921, the eleventh of fifteen children, into a Roman Catholic family of Lithuanian descent in the small town of Ehrenfield, Pennsylvania, located in the coal region of the Allegheny Mountains. His father was an immigrant who changed his name from Valteris […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jesse: Why do they say stress can cause weight gain?? Megan: Stress is an emotion that can cause trouble.  Some people use food to suppress the feeling for the temporary relief. That habit does lead to weight gain. When you are stressed the cortisol hormone raises in your body and your blood sugar levels drop. So you […]

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        California One Of The Most Haunted US states!

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        Revealed: California is one of the most haunted states in America! A new report reveals the most haunted states in the US based on the number of ghostly sightings. –     Just one place behind Texas, California is the 2nd most haunted states with 6,444 recently reported ghost sightings –      Texas is the […]

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        Love And Respect My Country

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        You’re Not The Only One Thomas Calabrese –Reeves McCall had an unusual childhood, his mother was a threat assessment analyst with the National Security Agency and his father was a cryptographer for the CIA. He had lived in 23 different countries by the time he was 14 years old. His parents, Robert and Melinda decided […]

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          El Camino’s Chris Brown Ready For 2020 Football Season With Cal Bears

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Friday, October, 2020– In the city of Berkeley, CA known for long time radio football announcer Joe Starkey, the Big Axe Rivalry with Stanford,  the late Coach Pappy Waldorf, QB Joe Roth, RB Chuck Muncie and QB’s Joe Kapp, Aaron Rodgers Jarred Goff and RB Jahvid Best, former El Camino Wildcats alum […]

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          North County Athletes In NFL

          By   6 days ago

          David Willauer — San Francisco 49ers 24 -Los Angeles Rams 16 Fred Warner Mission Hills alum 7 tackles Jamar Taylor Helix alum  Denver Broncos 18 – New England Patriots 12 University City alum Tim Patrick 4 receptiions for 101 yards. 

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          Two Palomar Comets In Relief In Marlins Playoffs

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          David A. Willauer–10-8-20:  In game 3 of the National League Divisional Playoffs the Atlanta Braves defeated the Miami Marlins by a 7-0 score and take game 3 in the best of 5 playoffs.  Palomar Comet local came in relief for the Miami Marlins in James Hoyt as he pitched 0.1 inning and recorded 1 strikeout […]

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          San Diego Locals in NFL

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          David Willauer – Philadelphia Eagles 25 San Francisco 49ers 20 Fred Warner former Mission Hills and BYU alum 5 tackles for SF.  Minnesota Vikings 31 Houston Texans 23 LaCosta Canyon’s Kenny Stills 2 receptions for 39 yards scored on a 24 yard touchdown pass from quarterback DeShawn Watson. Denver Broncos 37 NY Jets 28 University […]

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          Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro Saturday & Sunday

          By   3 weeks ago

          Oceanside, CA (October, 2020) – ASA Entertainment announced today that the World Surf League (WSL) Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro will return to the Oceanside Pier in Oceanside, Calif., October 3-4, 2020 where the top female surfers from California will face-off against the best from Hawaii and Florida in a unique team competition. No fans […]

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          Sports News

          By   4 weeks ago

          David Willauer –9-26-20-New York Yankees 11 Miami Marlins 4 -Two local Palomar Comets appeared in relief for the Marlins.  James Hoyt pitched 0.1 innings gave up 1 hit.  Nick Vincent pitched 1.2 innings gave up 3 hits 3 runs 3 earned 2 walks and 1 strikeout.  COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Brigham Young 48 Troy State 7 – […]

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          North County MLB Highlights

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          David Willauer — 9-21-20-Washington Nationals 5 Philadelphia Phillies 1 Lacosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak went 1 for 2 with a single and scored 1 run for the Phillies.  Atlanta Braves 5 Miami Marlins 4 2 local Palomar Comets alum pitched in relief for the Marlins in James Hoyt and Nick Vincent both pitched 1 inning […]

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          San Diego Highlights

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          David Willauer — 9-19-20-Miami Marlins 7 Washington Nationals 3 Palomar Comets alum James Hoyt came in relief for the Marlins and pitched 0.2 innings with 1 strikeout.  Philadelphia Phillies 3 Toronto Blue Jays 1 LaCosta Canyon Mavericks alum Mickey Moniak came in as a pinch runner and designated hitter.  NFL Locals from North County 9-20-20-San Francisco […]

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            Latest North Coast Rep Production Online – “Same Time, Next Year”

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            Romantic Comedy “Same Time, Next Year” Is Latest North Coast Rep Production Online TR Robertson — Married Actors Katie MacNichol and Bruce Turk present a don’t miss performance of Bernard Slade’s romantic comedy “Same Time, Next Year”, that covers a 25-year love affair between two married people after a chance meeting and one wild weekend. […]

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            Theatre Conversations

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            Welcome to the Conversation John Herzog John Herzog has been a professional actor for over 50 years and had the good fortune to work on Broadway, in films, television and in regional theatres throughout the country. Starting early while still a student at Hollywood High School, his love of theatre and its literature has been the […]

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            3rd Annual (Virtual) PoeFest

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            Filmed Performances of Works by Edgar Allan Poe and Other Authors of the Phantasmic. In Partnership with Save Our Heritage Organisation October 23rd – November 1st WRITE OUT LOUD, an organization founded in 2007 with a commitment to inspire, challenge and entertain by reading literature aloud for a live audience, announces the third Annual San […]

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            SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR: Buy Your Tickets Today!!!

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             Streaming Online – Same Time, Next Year Written by Bernard Slade and Directed by David Ellenstein Featuring Katie MacNichol & Bruce Turk –October 21 – November 15, 2020 Bernard Slade’s wickedly funny comedy explores a love affair between two seemingly ordinary people who meet once a year. SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR deftly examines the monumental political, social, and personal changes […]

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            This Week at San Diego REP: A Closer Look at JQA

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            Film of JQA Premieres Tomorrow! Available on Demand From October 16th to November 5th “The Democratic and Republican conventions made it clear how differently the two political parties look at the role of government in the lives of the American people. Playwright Aaron Posner asks us to consider what the Founding Fathers and their successors thought about what […]

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            NC Rep Same Time Next Year

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            Traces Giddy Highs, Poignant Lows of Lovers 25 Year Romance – Streaming October 21 to November 15, 2020 Solana Beach, CA. – Cherished by audiences and critics alike both in America and abroad, Bernard Slade’s wickedly funny comedy explores a 25-year love affair between two seemingly ordinary people who meet once a year. SAME TIME, […]

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            EXTENDED: Fully Committed Now Streaming!

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            EXTENDED THROUGH OCT.25! Don’t miss David McBean in his hilarious award-winning performance in this one-man tour-de-force. McBean plays the out-of-work actor, Sam who single-handedly mans the reservation desk for Manhattan’s number-one restaurant AND the 40 other characters who will stop at nothing in their zeal to land a prime reservation, or the right table. YOU […]

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            NECESSARY SACRIFICES: Ends It’s Run October 11th!!

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            Filmed Plays Online – Necessary Sacrifices STREAMING UNTIL OCTOBER 11TH! BUY TICKETS “This filmed play is scads more absorbing than the ubiquitous Zoom theater projects out there. It’s nearly two hours of tense confrontation between two towering historical figures.” – David Coddon, The San Diego Union~Tribune “This intimate play is well suited for being filmed on stage […]

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