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Healthy Community Healthy You – Hepatitis C: The Liver’s Enemy  

By   19 hours ago

Dr. Megan Johnson McCullough –Hepatitis C is a type of viral infection that causes inflammation to the liver. The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is spread through blood that is contaminated. It is most commonly spread via shared needles or other tools that inject drugs. HCV can be short term, but for about 70-85% of people, […]

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J.J. McTavish – Thomas Calabrese

By   19 hours ago

Are you looking at me? Thomas Calabrese — Roy Trent grew up in Gladstone, Missouri, a small town located 15 miles north of Kansas City, Missouri.  His father, Ray owned a small heating and air conditioning business. It was a family enterprise that employed his mother, sister, older brother and an uncle. It was a […]

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American Legion Post 365 & VFW Post 7041 Weekly Menu

By   20 hours ago

Vista, CA –Join us for camaraderie, good food, and good times May 22 to May 28.. 1234 S Santa Fe Avenue, Vista 760-726-0472

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Vista Historical Society Inducts Nine New Hall of Fame Members

By   3 days ago

TR Robertson — The Annual Meeting and Hall of Fame Induction of the Vista Historical Society was held Saturday at the Shadowridge Country Club. Nine new members to the Historical Society Hall of Fame were introduced to a full banquet room of society members and guests at the annual luncheon. As members and guests went […]

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Vista Historical Society Seeks Volunteers

By   3 days ago

Visa, CA — The Vista Historical Society will have a booth at the Strawberry Festival on Sunday May 29th from 8 am to 6 pm. We are asking for volunteers to spend an hour or two of your time at the festival at our booth talking about our museum. The booth will be on the […]

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The Film Hub Newsletter

By   3 days ago

Jeff Deverett on Budgeting for Indie Films: Industry Insights Podcast Industry Insights is our new podcast hosted by Jim Ellis and Elias Acosta. They invite industry professionals to share their knowledge and experience to help the next generation of filmmakers. Jeff Deverett is a producer, director, consultant, and professor specializing in budgeting and film distribution. […]

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Culture Caravan Announces Its Summer Schedule!

By   3 days ago

Where Travelers Become Friends! Vista, CA —Last Trip for May 2022! San Diego Maritime Museum Date: Tuesday, May 24 Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm Cost: $63 BOOK NOW Come aboard a floating compilation of adventure and history! we will start with a guided tour of the world’s finest collections of historic sea vessels. Added to the […]

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What’s Happening At The Vista Elks Lodge

By   3 days ago

Tonight’s Lodge Meeting Night ChangedOur lodge meeting on Thursday, May 19 has been changed to Thursday,May 26, with the approval of the District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler. The reason for the date change is to allow our lodge leaders to attend the CHEA Convention in Fresno on the 19th and have them presentfor the new member […]

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    Supervisor Jim Deasmond

    By   10 hours ago

    There are a lot of wonderful people making North County a special place. I wanted to highlight a few of them today!  First, I want to give a BIG shoutout to the “Rising Star of the Year” students. They were honored by the Vista Chamber of Commerce last Friday for their outstanding work in the classroom and […]

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    Operation Appreciation Returns To Oceanside For Armed Forces Day

    By   1 day ago

    Operation Appreciation Returns to Oceanside for Armed Forces Day 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. TODAY, May 21, 2022 at Oceanside Pier Amphitheater along the beach, 301 The Strand North, Oceanside. Shuttles will be available. On this Armed Forces Day, civilians (and media!) may attend our annual Operation Appreciation to show your gratitude to our neighboring […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   3 days ago

    May 18, 2022 This week I have a short COVID-19 update, followed by other news of the week, including: Update on city finances and the local economy Number homeless in Carlsbad down 20% Important meeting on the future of the power plant site Input on “accessory dwelling units” aka granny flats Celebrating all things public […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond -More Taxes Coming?

    By   3 days ago

    Last week, a group called, Let’s Go San Diego submitted signatures with hopes of getting a half-cent sales tax on the November 2022 ballot. This would help fund SANDAG’s $160 billion transit plan.  With inflation at record highs, this is not the time for more taxes. Most San Diegans are looking at three half-cent sales taxes. Here […]

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    Annual Commencement Ceremony At Palomar College

    By   3 days ago

    San Marcos, CA –Palomar College presents its annual commencement exercises on Friday, May 27, at 5 p.m. on the football practice field at the college’s main campus in San Marcos. The ceremony will be held in person after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Star Rivera-Lacey, Superintendent/President of the Palomar Community College […]

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    What’s Up Downtown Oceanside

    By   3 days ago

    Name our next mural Through May 27T he MainStreet Oceanside Design Committee would like to thank you for submitting your ideas to name our soon-to-be-installed ocean glass mosaic mural by artist Don Myers. The committee has narrowed down our social media contest submissions to four finalists. Vote for your choice by next Friday. The selected […]

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    Art For Older Adults With Oceanside Public Library At El Corazon Senior Center

    By   3 days ago

    Oceanside, CA –The Oceanside Public Library is hosting a series of three free Art Making classes for Older Adults at El Corazon Senior Center in June.  This series will be held at the El Corazon Senior Center at 3302 Senior Center Drive, home of a new Oceanside Public Library mini-library. The classes will be held […]

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    Tri City Hospital Foundation “Swing For A Cause”

    By   3 days ago

     The most important shot in golf is the next one SWING FOR A CAUSE Join us on June 13, 2022 at Vista Valley Country Club for the 32nd Annual Tri-City Hospital Foundation  Charity Open Golf Tournament. All proceeds will be put towards the renovation of Tri-City Medical Center’s Emergency Department.  You are running out of time… Limited […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -During National Police Week, We Honor Our First Responders

      By   3 days ago

      Sacramento. CA — Every day, in communities across the country, people call on our nation’s police officers for help and every day, the men and women of law enforcement answer the call.  Unfortunately, far too often, the dangerous situations they bravely encounter lead to split-second decisions that have cost lives on both sides of the […]

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      Senator Bates’ Statement on the May Revise

      By   5 days ago

      Sacramento, CA –Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement on Governor Newsom’s $300.7 billion budget priorities: “The Governor projects a $47 billion operating budget surplus even though the Legislative Analyst’s Office projects it to be $65 billion. Regardless, this is a lot of money. The legislature should resist the temptation to massively increase ongoing […]

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      Leader Wilk’s Responds to May Revise: Suspend the Gas Tax NOW

      By   6 days ago

      Sacramento, CA — Senate Republican Leader Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) released the following statement in response to Governor Newsom’s 2022-2023 revised state budget proposal: “The governor is living in an election-year Fantasyland if he believes promises of debit cards and rebates in the Fall will provide relief NOW. “Even the non-partisan Legislative Analyst’s Office agrees with Republicans that suspending […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Homelessness Proven Solutions

      By   6 days ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –California has 12% of the nation’s population, yet we have 30% of the nation’s homeless. This administration has spent $17 billion on the problem, but the homeless population has surged. Californians are fed up. There are solutions available, but current leadership won’t consider them. One thing is certain – throwing money at homelessness […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Statement on Governor Newsom’s May Budget Revise

      By   1 week ago

      Valley Center – Today, Assemblymember Marie Waldron (R -Valley Center) issued her response to Governor Newsom’s May Budget Revise. “The state has an unprecedented $97.5 billion surplus, resulting largely from over taxation,” she said. Californians are suffering from high grocery prices, sky-high gas prices, rising crime, unaffordable housing and utility costs, increases in homelessness and […]

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      Senator Bogh On May Revise: “Californians Are Facing Cost-of-living Crisis”

      By   1 week ago

      Sacramento, CA –In advance of the May Revise announcement, Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (Yucaipa) provides a pre-reaction in Spanish and English with a message for Democratic leadership. As the daughter of Mexican immigrants, a wife, a mother of three, and a state Senator representing the 23rd Senate District, she urges the governor and Democrat leaders to invest wisely. […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Immediate Relief at the Pump

      By   2 weeks ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –The cost of gasoline continues to spiral out of control. Gas prices rose by 38% last year, fueling overall inflation, which rose by 7.9%. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, that was the highest inflation rate in 40 years, and unfortunately, there is no end in sight. Californians need relief now. […]

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      Democrats Again Vote “No” On Suspending Gas Taxes  

      By   2 weeks ago

      Sacramento, CA –Senate Democrats recently failed to provide gas price relief when they killed Senate Bill 1156, which would have permanently eliminated the annual gas tax increase. SB 1156, authored by Bakersfield Republican Senator Shannon Grove, failed on a party-line vote during its first policy hearing in the Senate Governance and Finance Committee. With the gas tax set to climb […]

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        J.J. McTavish – Thomas Calabrese

        By   19 hours ago

        Are you looking at me? Thomas Calabrese — Roy Trent grew up in Gladstone, Missouri, a small town located 15 miles north of Kansas City, Missouri.  His father, Ray owned a small heating and air conditioning business. It was a family enterprise that employed his mother, sister, older brother and an uncle. It was a […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   4 days ago

        Lori: My son absolutely hates P.E. which basically means he doesn’t exercise outside of school either. What should I do? Megan: Listen to your son when he says he doesn’t like P.E. and find a way to relate such as saying I hated math but I still had to do it because it’s part of […]

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        Marine Father Knows Best -Thomas Calabrese

        By   1 week ago

        Lessons Learned the Hard Way Thomas Calabrese –The Granderson Family lived on Mayfield Lane in San Marcos. Jim Granderson retired from the Marine Corps after 27 years of distinguished service with the rank of Sergeant Major. He served in combat or in hostile environments all over the world for over half that time and had […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   2 weeks ago

        Scott: My trainer loves burpees and tells me they’re worth the effort. Why are burpees so effective? Megan: Burpees are a total body calisthenics exercise that hits the upper and lower body simultaneously. It is a high calorie burn that also involves the cardiovascular system. The core even works to stabilize the body during the […]

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        Few Tips to Maximize Your Credit Card Earning Potential

        By   2 weeks ago

        Whether you’re a frequent flyer or not, you’ve probably wanted to earn credit card bonus points. Luckily, there are several different ways to maximize your earning potential. In this article, we’ll look at how to plan your spending to align with the rotating bonus categories. We’ll also discuss how to avoid carrying a balance and […]

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        King of Stealth Wealth -Thomas Calabrese

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        Some things are priceless Thomas Calabrese –Stealth Wealth is a term used to describe the accumulation of wealth without drawing attention to it. This can be done in a number of ways and those who use this method of operation are extremely secretive and proficient in this lifestyle. In 1926, John D. McCord began his meteoric […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   3 weeks ago

        Fran: I’ve heard cooking vegetables is less healthy than eating them raw. Is that true and why would that be?? Megan: I would say that a variety of cooked and raw is a good choice. Some say cooking vegetables strips some of the enzymes, nutrients, and vitamins. Others say cooked vegetables are better for digestion and […]

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        The Hero Sandwich – Thomas Calabrese

        By   3 weeks ago

        Double D Thomas Calabrese –There is an old saying that basically goes like this. ‘War is interminable boredom punctuated by moments of terror’.  Without getting too verbose or belaboring the point, that is a fairly accurate assessment. Glenn Garrison, Wyatt Pickett and Gary Foster had just arrived in South Vietnam, and after being quickly processed […]

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          North County Athletes High School & Minor League Baseball

          By   10 hours ago

          David Willauer –Oceanside 6 Valley Center 0 – Will Hostetter 1 double Jeremiah Goodwin 1 triple, Jorge Garcia 1 home run for Oceanside. LSU 8 Vanderbilt LaCosta 3 – LaCosta Canyon alum Spencer Jones 3 singles for Vanderbilt. San Antonio Missions 6 Midland Rock Hounds 1 – Carlsbad alum Tom Eschelman started for the Missions […]

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          Trevor Rector’s 3 RBI’s Paces Mar Vista In 3-2 Over RBV Longhorns

          By   3 days ago

          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Rancho Buena Vista High School-Vista, CA-Thursday, May 19, 2022:  In a Division III CIF Baseball First Round Playoff contest, the 8th seed Mar Vista Mariners broke a 2-2 tie on an infield single as they defeated the top seed Longhorns of Rancho Buena Vista by a 3-2 score The Longhorns of RBV […]

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          High School CIF San Diego Section Baseball Tournament

          By   5 days ago

          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-The following North County High Schools will be competing in the upcoming CIF San Diego Section Baseball Tournament; Open Division 5-18-22San Marcos at Torrey Pines 3:30 pm James Madison at LaCosta Canyon 3:30 pm. Division I Baseball 5-17-22Point Loma at Carlsbad 3:30 pm Sage Creek at Grossmont 3:30 pm. Division II Baseball 5-17-22Classical […]

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          Padres Announce Class Of Padres 2022 Hall Of Fame Inductees

          By   6 days ago

          Former team President/CEO Larry Lucchino and former broadcaster Ted Leitner to be inducted in July SAN DIEGO – Today, Padres CEO Erik Greupner announced the newest inductees into the Padres Hall of Fame, including former team President and CEO Larry Lucchino and former broadcaster Ted Leitner. The inductions will take place as part of a Home Plate ceremony […]

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          Pacific Ridge Firebirds Win In Division II Boys Quarter Final LaCrosse 14-5

          By   1 week ago

          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Pacific Ridge High School-Carlsbad, CA-5-13-22. — In a CIF Division II Boys Quarter Final Round contest, the Pacific Ridge Firebirds won behind the 4 goal performance of Connor Qui and Thomas Benjamin, 3 goals by Olin Silverman and 2 by Sam Schilling for the Firebirds of Pacific Ridge by a 14-5 score. Graham […]

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          North County Baseball Highlights

          By   1 week ago

          David Willauer –Pacific Ridge 19 Guajome Park 8 – PR:  Wyatt Ogle tripled, Ryan DeMartino triple, Owen Reed doubled and a triple; JT Young doubled an a home run. St. Joseph’s Academy 14 Julian 1 -SJA:  Henry Weinpel tripled, Sam Romero had 3 doubles. Classical Academy 12 Bishop’s School 10 – CA:  Binyam Gebhart tripled; […]

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          Vista Little League What’s On Deck May 13th

          By   1 week ago

          WHAT’S ON DECK: Friday, May 13th Tournaments, Closing Ceremonies, Yearbook, All Stars, and more(see info below) This Spring Season is coming to a close and we would like to let you know about a few upcoming events: Tournaments Closing Ceremonies Shout Outs for Yearbooks All Stars Check those raffle tickets one last time! Board of Directors Elections […]

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          North County Athletes MLB, Minor League,

          By   1 week ago

          David Willauer –Philadelphia Phillies 4 Seattle Mariners 2 -PHI: Torrey Pines alum Corey Stubbs 1 single. San Francisco Giants 7 Colorado Rockies 1 – Poway alum Connor Joe 1 single for the Rockies. Chicago Cubs 7 San Diego Padres 5 -LaJolla Country Day School Alfonso Rivas 2 run homer for the Cubs. Washington Nationals 8 […]

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            North Coast Repertory Presents “The Outgoing Tide”

            By   6 days 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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            Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits

            By   6 days ago

            ** Last Week! Don’t Miss out!! ** “Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits is the delightful comic relief that we’ve all been waiting for. Thank you, This ensemble is supremely gifted and has evident synergy on the stage. Regardless of which show they are roasting, they pull it off with aplomb and adoration.” – Eva Trieger, Jewish World BUY […]

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            New Village Arts -NEW! Spring Updates 

            By   2 weeks ago

            Last Sunday was the closing day of INTO THE WOODS. A huge thank you to and from the INTO THE WOODS dream team—including the talented cast, the incredible crew, and the all-star audiences who made the return of this classic musical such a memorable experience for Oceanside Theatre Company and New Village Arts alike! To kick off […]

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            Mojalet – Mixed Sundry -Try Something New in 2022!

            By   3 weeks ago

            Mojalet Celebrates 30 years of Dance in SD! Enriching lives…one step at a time. Tickets:Mojalet Mixed Sundry Today – Last chance for discount tickets: Sat. April 30!Mixed Sundry 2022Choreography by Patricia Sandback &Faith Jensen-IsmayPhotos by Manny Rotenberg Mojalet is celebrating 30 consecutive years of creating and presenting work in SD. Please join us this season […]

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            Forbidden Broadway Greatest Hits a Hilarious Comedic Roast of Broadway Musicals

            By   4 weeks ago

            TR Robertson — If you are in need of some laughter in your life and love the art of parody and satire, I highly recommend that you contact the North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach and get tickets for Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits, the 5th show for the theatre’s 40th Season. This cabaret revue […]

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            OPENING THIS WEEK: Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits!

            By   4 weeks ago

            “Forbidden Broadway, will leave you with tears of happiness and a sore jaw from laughing so much.”- TR Robertson, The Vista Press “For a rollicking good time, filled with music, memories and laughter, you must see Forbidden Broadway at the North Coast Repertory Theatre. Four  extremely talented performers and a brilliant pianist parody the musicals and […]

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            Opening This Week: Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits!

            By   1 month ago

            “Hysterically funny and savvy at the same time. This is what entertainment is all about.” – Huffington Post Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits Created and Written by Gerard Alessandrini – April 20 – May 15, 2022 Experience Broadway’s greatest hits in this hilarious, loving, and endlessly entertaining tribute to some of the theatre’s most cherished stars and songwriters. The show parodies Broadway […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company – Into The Woods

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            Have YOU Seen Into The Woods ? Don’t Miss It! Stephen Sondheim’s classic continues at the Brooks Theatre with shows Wednesdays and Sundays at 2pm, Fridays at 8pm, and Saturdays at 2pm and 7:30pm. Don’t miss the show the San Diego Union-Tribune’s Pam Kragen calls “Effortlessly breezy, funny and well-sung, with some fresh directorial touches by Kristianne […]

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