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Help Wanted

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Help Wanted –Local business looking to hire help immediately. Please call 760.941.4441. or 760.207.7732

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Healthy Community Healthy You – Rotator Cuff Injury

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Megan Johnson McCullough —Rotator Cuff Injury: When less is more..Our shoulder joint is a leading commander for our upper body movements. Composed of 4 ligaments (tissues that connects bones to other bones) that stabilize the shoulder, injury to the area is quite common. Repetitive motions, especially overhead movements, are a major culprit. Baseball and tennis […]

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Happy Father’s Day 2021 -The History of the Day to Honor Dad’s

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TR Robertson –Sunday, June 20th will mark Father’s Day for 2021. Historically, Father’s Day has been the 3rd Sunday of June since 1910. The first celebration honoring fathers in the United States is said to have occurred when Grace Golden Clayton wanted to celebrate the lives of the men, all father’s, who died in a […]

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What’s the Most Expensive? You Will be Shocked

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TR Robertson–As you are relaxing and contemplating life in general, does you mind ever wander to wondering what is the most expensive this and that? Every now and then there is a news article about something selling for the most ever. As I was relaxing and wondering where my next article might take me, I […]

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Re-opening California

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Starting June 15, California will be on its path to reopen the economy and bring a new sense of normality to everyday life. Capacity and social distancing requirements have been lifted as well as mask mandates at most businesses unless otherwise required or stated by those businesses. Masks are also still required in Public transit Hospitals […]

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The Moonlight Is Back!

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“Once On This Island” Returns Moonlight Magic to Your Summer Nights! Our stage has been absent with musicals since September 2019. We’re so excited to welcome you back to The Moonlight June 16 – Your heart will soar when you experience this Tony Award-winning Broadway hit at The Moonlight. “Once On This Island” is the sweeping, universal […]

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Vista – Anti Human Trafficking Operation

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Vista, CA –On June17, 2021, the Vista Community Oriented Policing Team (COPPS) in conjunction with the San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force (SD HTTF) conducted a demand reduction operation, in the City of Vista, targeting sex buyers and traffickers. The Vista COPPS Team and SD HTTF arrested a total of 10 adult males, who were […]

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Kick Off Summer At Film Hub

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Come Visit Us! HOURS: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. JUNE 20, 2021in Downtown VistaFREE ENTRY!Our fun photo booth will be on the corner of Main Street and South Indiana Avenue. Excited to see you there! JUNE EVENTS Mix & Mingle Wednesday June 23rd at 1:00 PM Free Entry Located at 170 Eucalyptus Ave, Vista 92084Come Join […]

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    Illegal Marijuana Dispensary – San Marcos

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    Deputies shut down operation. Drugs, cash and weapons seized. San Marcos, CA –On Thursday, June 17 around 5:00 p.m., detectives from the San Marcos Street Narcotics and Gang Team (SNGT), with assistance from Vista/North Coastal SNGT, North County Regional Gang Task Force (NCRGTF), Special Enforcement Detail (SED/SWAT) and San Marcos Gang Enforcement Team (GET) personnel, […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    Carlsbad, CA –June 16, 2021“Excited and a little confused,” is how one San Francisco restaurant owner described feeling in an AP story yesterday about the state’s “grand reopening.” It’s understandable, given how rules have evolved and changed over the past 15 months. But, starting Tuesday, things got a lot simpler for Californians: no more capacity […]

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    SoCal’s Top Artists to Return to Exhibit LIVE at the Prestigious Laguna Beach Festival of Arts Fine Art Show

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    Reconnect with the Arts July 5 – September 3, 2021  Laguna Beach, CA — After a yearlong shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Festival of Arts Fine Art Show will reopen its doors in Laguna Beach for a vibrant art experience from July 5 to September 3, 2021. Displayed artwork from over 100 of Orange County’s top […]

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    Bonsall Woman’s Club (BWC) Installs New Board

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    The Bonsall Woman’s Club (BWC) members were quite excited to finally meet in-person at the Bonsall Community Center for their June meeting.  It was the first time since March 2020.  The program, led by Laurie Criscenti, the current year’s Program Chairman, featured the installation of the new officers for the 2021-2022 year. As Laurie installed […]

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    Summer Happenings at the Center

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    DISCOVER CREATE CELEBRATE A Message from our Executive Director -This week marked California’s official “reopening” and boy are we ready to feel the energy of a live audience in our beautiful theaters or gathered round at a Museum reception. We hope you were able to enjoy one of our drive in shows, a socially-distanced museum […]

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    Scripps Health Has Opened Comprehensive Rehab Center

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    Outpatient facility in Encinitas includes latest diagnostic and therapeutic technologies Encinitas, CA —Scripps Health has opened a new comprehensive rehabilitation services center, offering a full range of physical, occupational and speech therapy on an outpatient basis for those recovering from orthopedic, brain and spinal cord injuries, stroke, amputation, and other physical disorders and surgeries. he […]

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    North Island Credit Union Awards Grants to North County Teachers

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    Credit Union’s Spring Teacher Grant Program Provides $5,000 to Fund Innovative San Diego Learning Projects June, 2021 – North Island Credit Union has awarded grants to three North County teachers as part of its Spring 2021 Teacher Grant program, assisting educators in funding innovative learning opportunities for their students. Through the Spring program, the credit union […]

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    Carlsbad City Library

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    Register for the 2021 Summer Reading Adventure and Reading Recommendations Summer Reading Adventure June 14 – Aug. 8, 2021Register for the all-virtual Summer Reading Adventure in Beanstack! Read and complete activities to earn a reward. This year’s theme is “Tails and Tales”. For more details, check out the all-new Summer Reading Adventure webpage.P.S. Visit the Georgina Cole Library in […]

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      Assemblymamber Waldron – Some Good News

      By   3 days ago

      Sacramento, CA –In the capitol, Friday, June 4th was the last day for the Assembly and State Senate to pass bills introduced in that house. This is known as the House of Origin Deadline. While some good bills did not make the deadline this year, many important pieces of legislation passed the Assembly floor and have been forwarded to […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Expanding Kindergarten

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      Sacramento, CA — Assemblymember Marie Waldron -This session, I’m very proud to co-author Assembly Bill 22 (AB 22).  AB 22 will phase in Transitional Kindergarten for all California four-year-olds by the 2032-33 school year by adding a new grade level to the existing K-12 system. Transitional Kindergarten (TK) programs are proven to have a major positive impact on all […]

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      Senator Jones – High Speed Rail Phony Job Numbers For Years

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      Los Angeles Times investigation reveals actual jobs are less than 1/5 of those claimed by High Speed Rail officials Sacramento, CA –State Senator Brian Jones (R-Santee) today released the latest edition of his acclaimed “Are You Kidding Me?” (AYKM) video series questioning government actions and decisions that just don’t make any sense. Today’s AYKM has to […]

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      California Legislature Passes Self-serving Sham Budget

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      Sacramento, CA –The Legislature’s Democratic supermajority put on something of a show Monday as they pretended to pass a new state budget.  There were floor speeches, formal roll call votes and a deluge of self-congratulatory statements after the day’s activities. …  However, it was just a sham driven by the state constitution’s requirement that legislators […]

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      Statement on Budget Vote: California Can Do Better

      By   7 days ago

      Sacramento, CA -Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement after the Senate today approved a 2021-22 budget proposal agreed to by Assembly and Senate Democrats: “Everyone knows the real purpose of today’s vote – it is to ensure the Legislature continues to get paid after June 15. Only the Governor knows whether he […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Dilemma in Treatment for Terminal Patients

      By   7 days ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron — Providing relief and dignity to terminally ill patients suffering from extreme pain can run into legal and bureaucratic roadblocks. SB 311 (Hueso), bipartisan legislation that recently passed the Senate, may help.   SB 311, known as Ryan’s Law, is named for Ryan Bartell, a terminally ill patient in Seattle who found […]

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      Senator Bates Announces Housing Planning Grants For San Diego County

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      Sacramento, CA –Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) has announced that the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) has awarded a $750,000 Local Early Action Planning (LEAP) grant to the County of San Diego and a $500,000 LEAP grant to the City of Carlsbad to help create more housing supply. “I thank HCD for awarding vital […]

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      Jones’s Measure To Provide PPE To Social Workers Passes Assembly Committee

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      Sacramento, CA –Legislation authored by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to social workers was unanimously approved by the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee. Specifically, Jones’s Senate Bill 549 will guarantee that social workers, once declared essential workers during a state of emergency, will be given priority to receive health […]

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        Cinematic Influences -Thomas Calabrese

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        Heroes and Villains Thomas Calabrese — Over the past 100 years, Hollywood has created thousands of cinematic portraits of men and manhood for the silver screen. Celluloid images appeared before us as good and bad guys, weak and strong, heroes and villains. These larger than life images showed young impressionable boys a wide range of […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   6 days ago

        Silvia: I like to get Botox done every so often and every time I go it seems like I can’t workout for a while after, or at least they say not to. It bugs me because I hate skipping, workouts, so how long should you wait after Botox to exercise? Megan: Of course my answer […]

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        Chaos In The Inland Empire – Thomas Calabrese

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        Rivco 90 Thomas Calabrese – Herman Browning joined the Marine Corps after graduating from San Marcos High School. He served in the Infantry, Recon, 1stAnglico and the Raider Regiment. Herman had eleven deployments, was awarded two silver stars, one bronze star and was wounded six times while in combat or operating behind enemy lines. He […]

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        Always The Right Time – Thomas Calabrese

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        For Swift Justice Thomas Calabrese – Inspired and Dedicated to Marsha the Magnificent — Marsha Swift was born in Bend, Central Oregon’s largest city, located on the eastern edge of the Cascade Range along the Deschutes River. This area is where the Ponderosa pine forest transitions to the high desert, characterized by junipers, sagebrush and […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Chris: I’m on a salad kick trying to really eat healthier and even when I go to restaurants I order one of the salads. I know that the dressings are the downfall and can wreck the whole point of eating salad, so what do you recommend for salad dressing? Megan: You are correct that salad dressings are […]

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        Heartache At Honda Rock – Thomas Calabrese

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        Hellfire and High Water Thomas Calabrese — The Honda Point disaster was the largest peacetime loss of U.S. Navy ships in American history. It occurred on a foggy evening with limited visibility on September 8, 1923. A convoy of 14 Clemson-class destroyers were traveling at 20 knots on their way from San Francisco to San […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Richard: I just starting working out again and I am so sore to the point I don’t know if I should keep going or if I’m going to get hurt. Plus this doesn’t motivate me if I’m going to keep feeling this way. Granted it’s my fault for not working out in so long, but what […]

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        Just Give Me The Facts – Thomas Calabrese

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        I’ll Make My Own Decisions Thomas Calabrese – Mike Balen was a Navy Corpsman attached to the 1st Marine Division. He served eight years in the military from 1984 to 1992,was wounded twice and awarded the Navy Cross for conspicuous bravery during Operation Desert Shield (2 August 1990 – 17 January 1991). After leaving the […]

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          North County Baseball Athletes

          By   18 hours ago

          David Willauer —Orange Glen 5 Escondido Charter 4 Orange Glen’s First Division V CIF Title in school history. Carlsbad 16 Steele Canyon 3 Conrad Bonner 3 run homer for Carlsbad which won their first CIF Title since 1989. West Hills 4 Mission Vista 0 This is Mission Vista’s second appearance since 2014.  Fort Myers Mighty […]

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          San Marcos In The Open Division Upper Bracket Wins 8-4

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          David Willauer –Contrbuting Writer-San Marcos High School-San Marcos, CA-Tuesday, June 15, 2021-In a thrilling Open Division Upper Bracket contest, after a 2-1 game 1 defeat on a throwing error by a San Marcos pitcher in the top of the sixth scoring Ethan Lizana with the go ahead run.   The Knights came back battling through the […]

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          North County Athletes In College, MLB & Minor League Stats

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          David Willauer —Mississippi State University 9 Notre Dame 8 In game 1 in the best of 3 regionals that was played on the campus of Mississippi State University, the Bulldogs of MSU defeated the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame by a 9-8 score.  San Marcos alum Zack Prazjner contributed for the Fighting Irish with 2 doubles; […]

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          Local San Diego Athletes In College Baseball Super Regionals

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          David Willauer –-Arizona 16 Mississippi 3 Cathedral Catholic and Vista native Preston Price came in relief for Arizona and pitched 1 inning and struck out one. Notre Dame 9 Mississippi State 1 San Marcos alum Zack Prazjner had 3 singles; 2 RBI’s and scored a run for Notre Dame.  This game is tied at 1 game […]

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          Sergio Escamilla’s Game Winning Squeeze Bunt Sparks Mission Vista in CIF Baseball

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          David Wlilauer –Mission Vista High School-Oceanside, CA-Wednesday, June 9, 2021-The Timberwolves of Mission Vista improve their record to 20-9 on the season. Found themselves for the second time in a CIF Division IV, first round lower bracket baseball tournament after a 10-4 win. They defeated the Eagles of Marantha Christian School from Imperial Beach, CA […]

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          Minor College & CIF High School Baseball Stats

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          David Willauer —Anaheim Angels 8 Kansas City Royals 1 Palomar alum James Hoyt pitched 1 inning and registered 1 strikeout.  Lakeland Flying Tigers 7 Dunedin Blue Jays 4 Mission Hills alum Kingston Liniak 1 single for the Tigers  Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 4 Rochester Red Wings 2 LaCosta Mickey Moniak 1 single for Leigh Valley. […]

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          Baseball

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          David Willauer– Mission Hills 6 Mount Carmel 5 The Grizzles of Mission Hills came back from a 5-3 deficit as they scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 7th to win by a 6-5 score. Brian Igniciak contributed for MH with a double. Cody Delvecchio was the winning pitcher for the Grizzlies as he […]

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          North County Athletes Minor League Stats

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          Moniak homers twice in 5-4 win Mickey Moniak hit two home runs and registered 5 RBI (Moosic, PA) – Former first round draft pick Mickey Moniak had quite the game on Friday night at PNC Field for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs (15-13). He homered twice and recorded a season-best five RBI in the team’s 5-4 win over […]

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            Ric Salinas Stars In 57 Chevy

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            San Diego REP to Stream Cris Franco’s 57 Chevy Starring Ric Salinas San Diego, CA – June, 2021 – San Diego Repertory Theatre (San Diego REP) announced today the details of a filmed version of Cris Franco’s play 57 Chevy, following the theatre’s successful streamed productions of A Weekend with Pablo Picasso and JQA. Directed […]

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            Pageant of the Masters & Festival Of Arts Returns To LIVE Performances & Exhibits

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            Pageant of the Masters and Festival of Arts Returns to LIVE Performances and Exhibits in Laguna Beach TR Robertson –California is slowly reopening and one of the most prestigious tributes to the arts will return with live performances and exhibits of artistic media beginning on July 5th in Laguna Beach. Closing down, with the rest […]

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            Tovah Feldshuh Brings Story of Dr. Ruth To North Coast Repertory Stage

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            TR Robertson – -She is known as Dr. Ruth Westheimer, or to countless millions Dr. Ruth. She has been on numerous talk shows, on the radio, taught college classes, parodied in different venues, impersonated around the world, but few know the real story behind this courageous, driven, positive and brave woman. Becoming Dr. Ruth, currently […]

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            Tony & Emmy Nominee Tovah Feldshuh In ‘Becoming Dr. Ruth’

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            Streaming June 9th to July 4th – Directed by David Ellenstein North Coast Repertory Theatre 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite D Solana Beach CA

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            Opening Soon! – Beehive: The 60s Musical

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            Opening Soon! Previews are Sunday and Thursday with very limited availability! Opening weekend starts on June 11th! Upcoming Previews: RESERVE TICKETS June 6th, 2:00 PM June 10th, 7:00 PM Upcoming Shows: June 11th, 7:00 PM June 13th, 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM Golf tournament 2 weeks away – register today! New Village Arts is eagerly […]

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            Beehive: The 60s Musical

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            Starring Natasha Baenisch, Brittany Adriana Carrillo, Megan Carmitchel, Rae Henderson, Bibi Mama, Eboni Muse, and Erin Vanderhyde Tickets on sale now! BEEHIVE celebrates the powerful female voices of the 1960’s with such timeless hits as “My Boyfriend’s Back,” “Be My Baby,” “Son of a Preacher Man,” and “Me and Bobby McGee.” Told from the perspective of […]

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            Patio Playhouse Plays In The Park

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            Announces its 2021 summer season under the stars Escondido, CA – (May 25, 2021) Patio Playhouse Plays in the Park is thrilled to announce its return to live, in-person theatre with Miss You Like Hell (directed by Elizabeth Arellano) and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (directed by Kristen Fogle) opening this summer under […]

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            UP NEXT: Becoming Dr. Ruth

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            Becoming Dr Ruth by Mark St Germain Starring Tovah Feldshuh Directed by David Ellenstein Streaming June 9th – July 4thHere in America, she is known simply as Dr. Ruth. Her background includes living in five countries, marrying three times, and identifying under four names. In a striking solo performance, six-time Tony and Emmy nominee Tovah […]

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