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American Legion Post 365 Weekly Dining Menu

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Weekly DiningSanta Maria BAR-B-Q On Saturday – October 8th!!For additional information on post events. CLICK on the menu to visit post website American Legion Post 365, 1234 S. Santa Fe Ave., Vista, CA 92084 760-726-0472

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Vista Fire Department To Hold Open House

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Vista, CA -The Fire Department is hosting an open house for the public on Sunday, October 9 from 1 to 4 pm at Fire Station 5 at 2009 S. Melrose Drive. The event is free and open to the public. Kids can meet the firefighters and check out the engines. Parents can learn more about […]

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CoLab Public House Vista Oktoberfest

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OKTOBERFEST October 1 2022 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM 2129 Industrial Court, Vista

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MYT Halloween Make-Up Workshop

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Moonlight Youth Theatre is hosting two days of a Halloween Make-up Workshop with Jamie Leodones.

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What’s Happening At The Vista Elks Lodge

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Lodge Closed for RepairsMonday, October 10 – All Day• Closed for All Events• RV Park Open for RVers• Office Open 9am-2pm• No Monday Night Football The lodge will be closed to accommodate the resealing of the back parking lot.  The RV Park will be open for RVers but the lodge and all lodge-side parking will be closed […]

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Community Housing works Celebrates Opening Of New Arts-Focused Apartments

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Vista, CA —Award-Winning Affordable Housing Developer Celebrates Opening of Paseo Artist Village, Catalyst for New Arts and Culture District in Vista WHAT: -Paseo Artist Village is a pedestrian-friendly and transit-oriented mixed use affordable development with 60 apartments of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. The apartments are available to local Vista residents, artists, and veterans earning […]

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Rainwater Harvesting – Tips for Water Conservation

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The rainy season is right in front of us. Are you ready? Vista’s annual rainfall averages 12″ to 13″ inches. The rainy season lasts for about 6 months, from October to April. Historically, the month with the most rain in San Diego County is February, with the driest month normally being July.  Over the next […]

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Meet The Candidate at Froggy’s Donuts

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Join me have a donut and cup of coffee as we talk about water! Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 9 AM to 11Am at Froggys Donuts , 602 E Vista Way, Vista.

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    New 5-Course Challenge To Follow Sold Out Taste Of Oceanside

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    Oceanside, CA -MainStreet Oceanside is launching the new Taste of Oceanside 5-Course Challenge. The latest in a series of digital eat and shop local challenges created by MainStreet, the Taste of Oceanside 5-Course Challenge will reward participants for dining at participating Downtown Oceanside restaurants, coffee shops, breweries and tasting rooms from Monday, Oct. 3, through Sunday, […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    Yesterday, I stood alongside staff at the Joe and Mary Mottino Family YMCA in Oceanside to announce free swimming lessons in North County! Earlier this week, I proposed to allocate part of our American Rescue Plan Act funds to provide free swimming lessons to those in San Diego County. I’m pleased to say that my colleagues […]

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    Veterans’ Writing Group San Diego County Monthly Meeting

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    The Veterans’ Writing Group San Diego County will host its monthly meeting on 10/15/22 at the Veterans Association of North County (VANC) 1617 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058.  All Veterans, dependents and active-duty military members are welcome to this free event. Our women’s group meets 10-11 on Zoom only.  All writers meet 11-2 live and […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    September. 29, 2022 This week the City Council voted to advance several projects to help enhance traffic safety, which I’ll review below, in addition to these topics: 3rd public meeting scheduled for environmental study of housing sites Carlsbad Boulevard sign gets a spruce up Tips for organics recycling Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Keeping mosquitoes away Free Ride […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond – Protecting Our Region

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    Living in San Diego County, the threat of fires is constant, that is why I have made fire safety one of my top priorities during my time on the Board of Supervisors. We’ve initiated efforts to come up with a pre-fire strategy and evacuation routes. I’ve led the effort to increase roadside vegetation management, especially […]

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    Discover DownTown

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    Oceanside, CA —Read the Fall 2022 issue of Discover Downtown Arriving in Downtown Oceanside mailboxes and online now, the Taste Issue of Discover Downtown features Taste of Oceanside profiles and previews, including the new Taste of Oceanside 5-Course Challenge Oct. 3-16, plus articles on: “Nautical Neighbors”  The restaurants of The Fin Hotel: The Switchboard Restaurant […]

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    MiraCosta College Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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    MiraCosta College Latinx students  efforts to increase Hispanic graduation rates through targeted education services and a list of events MiraCosta College is hosting throughout the month.  Due to a steadfast focus on serving the local Latinx community, the number of transfers for Latinx students has more than doubled for MiraCosta College since 2011, landing them in the top 3-4% of […]

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    Miracle Babies to Hold Boogie 4 Babies Concert

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    Miracle Babies, a nonprofit organization whose mission is dedicated to helping perinatal mothers and their families during their time of need by providing transportation, mental health assistance and supportive services, will hold Boogie 4 Babies, a fundraising concert at the Belly Up in Solana Beach on October 15, 2022. Miracle Babies is ditching its traditional fall gala season and […]

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      Newsom Signs Jones’s Measure Help Foster Kids Health Care Needs 

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      Sacramento. CA — Governor Gavin Newsom today signed into law Senate Bill 528, a measure by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee), which will help with the health needs of foster children. SB 528 specifically ensures that a foster youth’s caregiver is provided with important court documents that approve psychotropic medication prescriptions so that they, and […]

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      Governor Newsom, Senator Jones And Legislators Announce New Laws

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      Governor Newsom, Senator Brian Jones, and a bipartisan group of legislators announce new laws aimed at helping tackle housing and homelessness issues Jones’s Senate Bill 1421 on homelessness also signed into law Sacramento, CA -Governor Gavin Newsom, Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee), and several other legislators held a bill signing ceremony in San Francisco at […]

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      Sen. Bates’ Bill to Create Multi-Disciplinary Teams Signed by Governor Newsom

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      Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 1342 which authorizes counties to create a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) to allow aging service provider agencies to share information to address the needs of older adults. Senator Patricia Bates (R – Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement: “California’s aging services are fractured by an arbitrary division of expertise and programs […]

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      Senate Republicans Demand Answers on Delayed Student Test Scores 

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      Sacramento, CA —Senate Republican Leader Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) and all members of the Senate Republican Caucus recently submitted a letter to the California Superintendent of Public Instruction demanding the release of statewide data regarding the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The CAASPP testing scores are a key tool for assessing student progress […]

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      Senator Brian Jones Helps Seniors, Persons With Disabilities, Children

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      Sacramento, CA –Jones’s measure to help seniors, persons with disabilities, and children with financial matters is signed into law. A measure by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) to help seniors, persons with disabilities, and children continue receiving professional assistance in managing financial matters was signed into law. Jones’s SB 1024 specifically establishes a process for […]

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      Jones’s Measure Expanding Opportunities For Licensed Vocational Nurses Signed Into Law 

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      Sacramento, CA – A measure by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee), which will expand the job opportunities for Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs), was signed into law. Jones’s Senate Bill 994 specifically allows Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) to hire LVNs and allow both providers to work within their existing scope of practice. This would increase LVNs exposure to […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Preventing Suicide

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -In 2020, there were just under 46,000 suicides in the United States, making it the nation’s 12th-leading cause of death. California’s suicide rate is 10.7 per 100,000, compared to 13.4 nationally. Suicide rates across the United States have been increasing, and are now double homicide rates. Obviously, more can be done to […]

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      Senator Jones & Former SD Mayor Kevin Faulconer Announce Bill Tackling Homelessness

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      Senator Brian Jones, former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, County Supervisor Jim Desmond, city councilmembers, school board members, representatives of non-profits, special district board members, and law enforcement officials announce legislation to prohibit homeless encampments near schools, daycare centers, parks, and libraries Escondido, CA – A diverse group of community leaders including Senator Brian W. Jones […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Lupe: My knees ache all the time and I don’t want to get injured working out. What exercises are the worst for your knees?  Megan: The knee is prone to injury but oftentimes this is due to poor form during movement patterns. For the most part, you can do all kinds of exercises but need to […]

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        Rampaging Ranger – Thomas Calabrese

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        All Things Are Possible Thomas Calabrese –Jack Briggs was born with a vivid imagination and nothing ever seemed too unrealistic or implausible to him as images and scenarios were constantly appearing in his mind. Creating stories in his mind soon became his hobby and coping mechanism when the world got too much for him to […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Mel: Why does doing the leg press machine at the gym hurt my back?  Megan: For persons who have had injury, putting the body in a fixed axis move can sometimes force the muscles to perform movements that compromise proper form. You are not able to accommodate or modify for the injury. The pelvis is put […]

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        Ran To A Legacy – Thomas Calabrese

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        The Will Must Be Greater Than the Skill Thomas Calabrese –Steve Leone was only five years old when his father, Marine Corps Staff Sergeant John Leone was killed during deployment on Okinawa, Japan. A massive typhoon had hit the island and many of the Marines stationed at Camp Hansen volunteered to help the locals during […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Leon: My friend was just diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, but he didn’t seem like a super unhealthy person to me. Now I’m kind of worried, so what causes chronic kidney disease?  Megan: There are actually a number of causes, but diabetes and high blood pressure are responsible for 2/3 of cases. Kidney stones, enlarged […]

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        Rogue Lightning -Thomas Calabrese

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        Good Handyman Thomas Calabrese–Rogue Lightning is often called dry lightning, even though there is actually rain, it is just too high in the sky for us to feel it. On this particular day the temperature was hovering around 90 degrees on the beach even at 0700 hours as a high pressure cell blanketed California and […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Ray: With covid, everyone stares at you when you cough; but doesn’t always mean someone is sick right?  Megan: You are correct. Coughing can be caused by swallowing food or a drink incorrectly, air/dust/allergies, post nasal drip, an itch or scratch in the throat, or just having a dry throat. Coughing doesn’t automatically equate to […]

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        Purgatory Junction – Thomas Calabrese

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        Another Mission Thomas Calabrese– The withdrawal from Afghanistan was a major military blunder and immense failure of leadership at the highest level. It was a national disgrace and a grievous insult to those who served, died or were seriously wounded in the conflict. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Spencer Quinn served five deployments in the war […]

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          North County High School Football Highlights

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          David Willauer –LaJolla Country Day School 47 Orange Glen 8 OG: QB Amari Washington 18 yard pass to Axel Rivera for the only OG score. Amari Washington converts on the 2 point conversion. Escondido County 41 Mountain Empire 0 EC Skylar McMahon 1 yard touchdown run along with passes of 53, 18 yards to Aiden […]

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          Annual Holiday Market Returns To Petco Park

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          -The holiday event will begin December 1 and run for 18 nights through December 23- San Diego, CA –The San Diego Padres announced details today surrounding the return of the Holiday Market at Petco Park for a third consecutive year where guests are able to partake in the festive winter holiday spirit. The event at […]

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          Palomar defeats College of the Canyons in ot

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          Dorian Richardson’s 3 touchdowns pace 3-1 Palomar Comets to a 31-24 overtime win over College of the Canyons David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Chick Embry Field-Wilson Stadium-9-24-22: In one of the most hard fought games the 3-1 Comets of Palomar found out the hard way by defeated the College of the Canyons in a hard fought 31-24 […]

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          Brawley Wildcats Win Over Fallbrook 21 to 17

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-9-23-22-Warriors Stadium-Fallbrook High School-Fallbrook, CA: The Brawley Wildcats improve their record to 3-2 on the season regained the lead on a late touchdown with 42 seconds left in the in the fourth quarter as they defeated Fallbrook by a 21-17 score snapped the (4-2) Warriors winning streak at 4 games. Fallbrook jumped […]

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          Lake Elsinore Storm Win Fourth California League Championship

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          Justin Jett – After falling just short in the 2019 Championship Series, having their 2020 season lost to time, and a disappointing 2021, the 2022 Storm were lifted to immortality behind the Padres’ top prospect and a recently downsized farm system. Proving once more that the best thing about a farm is its ability to […]

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          North County Athletes In MLB and Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer –Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Arizona Diamondbacks 5 El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came in relief for the Diamondbacks as his record is 1-1 on the season, gave up 3 runs 1 earned 2 walks. New York Yankees 9 Pittsburgh Pirates 8 Hillcrest alum Gerald Allen an RBI for the Pirates. New York Mets […]

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          Fallbrook Warriors Defeat Ramona First Time Since 2003

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Warriors Stadium-9-16-22: The Fallbrook Warriors known for their speed, quickness and mobility once again proved themselves tonight, for the first time since 2003 the Warriors defeated the Ramona Bulldogs by a 24-7. The Bulldogs scored first on a 25 yard interception in the first quarter and led 7-0. The Warriors ground game […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB, College And Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer —St. Louis Cardinals 5 Cincinnati Reds 1 LaJolla Country Day alum Tommy Edman 3 singles an an RBI for the Cards. St. Louis Cardinals 1 Cincinnati Reds 0 Tommy Edman 3 singles for the Cards. Colorado Rockies 3 Chicago Cubs 1 LaJolla Country Day School alum Alfonso Rivas 2 singles for the Cubs. […]

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            California Center For The Arts Presents Musica En La Plaza: Mariachi Garibaldi

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            Mariachi Garibaldi is truly America’s Mariachi. The acclaimed band will be performing a tribute Vicente “Chente” Fernandez, Mexico’s greatest singer, whose illustrious career as the “king of rancheras” spanned decades in music and sold more than 65 million albums. A night you will not want to miss! A food truck will be on site and […]

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            NC Rep Theatre Annabelle In July

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            ANNABELLA IN JULY: “Sparkles with a wit and an engaging cleverness” “Clever and very funny mystery-fantasy-comedy.” – The San Diego~Union Tribune “Mythical. Magical. “Annabella in July” reignites forgotten love.” – The Village News “Sparkles with a wit and an engaging cleverness delivered in perfect timing that carries you through a good story. Engaging, entertaining yet with […]

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            Don’t Miss Red Hot Mama!

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            Music & Comedy with Ms. Sophie Tucker!! Red Hot Mama – SEPTEMBER 19TH & 20TH, 2022 From the first bawdy wisecrack to the final fun-loving wink, Sharon McNight IS Sophie Tucker. Currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the award-winning show RED HOT MAMA was conceived & written by Sharon McNight based on the writings and music […]

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            Opening Play North Coast Rep’s 41st Season is Comedic Fantasy Annabella in July

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            TR Robertson –A light-hearted comedic fantasy was Artistic Director David Ellenstein’s choice to open the 41st Season of Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre and if the audience response is any indication, this was a very good choice. Directed by Ellenstein, Annabella in July is fast paced, cleverly directed, witty and very funny. The play […]

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            World Premiere Annabella In July

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            By Richard Strand – Directed by David Ellenstein September 7 – October 2, 2022 This comedic fantasy transforms a ski resort during the off-season into a strangely magical environment of self-discovery. Playwright Richard Strand (of last season’s smash-hit, Ben Butler) poses questions of identity and perception in this funny and insightful new work. You will find yourself laughing out loud and simultaneously examining the hopes […]

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            Red Hot Mama At North Coast Rep

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            SEPTEMBER 19TH & 20TH, 2022-From the first bawdy wisecrack to the final fun-loving wink, Sharon McNight IS Sophie Tucker. Currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the award-winning show RED HOT MAMA was conceived & written by Sharon McNight based on the writings and music of Ms. Sophie Tucker. Sophie introduced many songs that are still being […]

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            World Premiere Annabella In July

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            World Premiere Annabella In By Richard Strand Directed by David Ellenstein September 7 – October 2, 2022 This World Premiere comedic fantasy transforms a ski resort during the off-season into a strangely magical environment of self-discovery. Playwright Richard Strand (of last season’s smash-hit, Ben Butler) poses questions of identity and perception in this funny and insightful new work. You will find yourself laughing out loud […]

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            CCAE Theatricals Production

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            CCAE Theatricals ProductionThe Piano Men: Beatles EditionSeptember 2 – 4, 2022Paul had the melodies, John the vision,George the soul and Ringo the beat.All together, it was revolution! Join performers Allen Everman, Jake Jeffries, Benny Lipson, and Jack Lipson as they trade offperforming classic Beatles hits between two grand pianos, backed by their live on-stage band. “Hey […]

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