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Tri-City Healthcare District – COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic UPDATE

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There was recently an update to the vaccination registration system. Below is the accurate, current information. As part of our partnership with the State of California, online vaccination appointment registration is now done through the California Department of Public Health’s My Turn website. Our District Vaccination Clinic is now proud to welcome:  ·     Emergency Services (including law […]

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How Much Do You Know About Food? Part 1

By   2 days ago

TR Robertson – How much do you really know about food, the dishes you prepare, the food you purchase and the food you eat when you go out? This series of questions will test your food knowledge and give you a chance to learn a little more about the world of food. See what you […]

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City Of Vista News

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Re-envisioned Corridor Receives Award The American Public Works Association awarded the Paseo Santa Fe Project the “2021 Project of the Year.” The new corridor is now a low impact development green street, which helps improve storm water quality.Read More  Parks & Recreation Commission Opening The City is seeking residents 18 years and above interested in filling a […]

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Vista American Little League Season Begins After One Year Shut Down

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TR Robertson -As things slowly return to “the way they used to be” the return of Little League Baseball signals the start of Spring and Vista American Little League is the first to open in the city. Saturday, at Vista Sports Park – 1600 Sports Park Way, excited little leaguers, parents, grand-parents, and friends were […]

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Wreaths Across America’s Mobile Education Exhibit National Tour Visits Vista

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Wreaths Across America’s Mobile Education Exhibit National Tour, Adds Stops in California to Honor Veterans, and Supporters This unique museum on wheels honors local veterans, volunteers and supporters in the community! CALIFORNIA — April 2021 — Wreaths Across America (WAA) is proud to announce that its Mobile Education Exhibit (MEE), which has been traveling the country to […]

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Production Is Ramping Up At The Film Hub

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DO YOU LOVE WHERE YOU WORK?If you’re thinking of getting workspace at The Film Hub, click on the video and see what our members are saying Link to Glen Henry’s Testimonial Orange Tier updates at The Film Hub!Workspace:We are allowing Coworking members in the café and dedicated desks to remove masks while continuing to sit 6 feet […]

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Only 2 More Days To Register – MYTs Musical Theatre Dance Class!

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Vista, CA -Moonlight Youth Theatre Musical Theatre Dance only two more days left to register. Ala Tai Tia Classes for 6 weeks on Wednedays. Moonlight Cultural Foundation | P. O. Box 2497, Vista, CA 92085

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Weekly Dining & Events At American Legion Post 365

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Vista, CA –Special meal on Tuesday – Baked Pork Chops; Thursday Wing Night is taking a week off to give the chickens a rest. We’ll be back next week. Saturday is the American Legion General Meeting. Please attend as we will have 1st Nominations for 2021-2022 Officers. Attend and participate. American Legion Post 365 • […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   23 hours ago

    April 13, 2021 -This morning, the CDC announced new guidelines to temporarily halt the use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine “out of an abundance of caution” because six women developed blood clots in the days and weeks following vaccination. San Diego County announced it will follow this guidance and stop issuing the vaccine […]

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    Bonsall Woman’s Club (BWC) To Hold Spring Fundraiser

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    The Bonsall Woman’s Club (BWC) will hold a spring fundraiser on Friday, May 7th, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Z Café – lower level in the Bonsall River Village plaza.  The fundraiser entitled “Village Spring Pop-up Boutique” is a perfect opportunity to purchase a special gift for mom or a good friend for Mother’s […]

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    This Week In Carlsbad

    By   2 days ago

    Here’s our round up of stories in the City of Carlsbad this week, including: Housing plan next steps Expanded in-person services Earth Month events Flag drop-off boxes Summer camp sign ups Topics for next week’s City Council meeting New Carlsbad Reads Together events Northbound Poinsettia Lane off-ramp closure this weekend Changes to rail service this […]

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    The Elizabeth Hospice Hosts Butterfly Release Ceremony

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    A Beautiful Way to Honor Your Loved Ones Escondido, CA – April, 2021 – Everyone in the community is invited to attend Wings of Hope, hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice, on Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 1 to 3 pm. This free drive-through event will be held in the north parking lot of the California Center for the […]

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    Just In Time For Foster Youth -Annual Walk The Talk Fundraiser

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    To Host Series of EMpower Parties for its Annual Walk the Talk Fundraiser  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, will be hosting a series of EMpower parties through the end of May for […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   6 days ago

    Carlsbad, CA -Yesterday we officially entered the orange tier, with businesses able to expand their operations and more activities resuming. San Diego County qualified to move to the orange tier under adjusted thresholds because the state reached its goal of administering 4 million vaccines to highest risk communities. Now, to stay in the orange tier, we […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

    By   6 days ago

    Vaccine Passports I am not in favor of vaccine passports. I encourage those who want to get the vaccine to get it, but believe it should be a choice! Overdose Deaths Rising Supervisor Jim Desmond | 1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101

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    Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce

    By   6 days ago

    Tomorrow’s event is not in person, it’s on Zoom! Later this month there will be the first in person! See all details below… TOMORROW… This month’s speaker is Richard L. Davis, President and CEO of the Arbor Scientia Group, a global medical communications company headquartered in Carlsbad, California. He is also an author, speaker, consultant […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Arbor Day – A Call to Action

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Arbor Day is April 30th, an observance that began in 1872 when the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture adopted a resolution creating a day set aide to plant trees. The holiday spread throughout the United States and is observed in many countries around the world. California’s observance is March 7th, and coincides with the […]

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      Senator Jones “Religious Is Essential Act”

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      To be heard in committee – Two recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings bolster the case for SB 397 Sacramento, CA –Senate Bill 397, the “Religion is Essential Act” authored by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee), will be heard tomorrow afternoon in the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee will convene in the Senate Chambers beginning […]

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      Wilk’s Statement on Governor’s ‘Recall Reopening’

      By   6 days ago

      Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Today, Governor Newsom announced he expected the state to return to a more normal, pre-pandemic days and to open the economy by June 15. If this is true, and the state can open safely, it is time to end the emergency authority given to the […]

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      Assembly Republications Launch Aggressive Campaign To Fight Wildfire Devastation

      By   6 days ago

      Sacramento, CA –On Wednesday, Assemblywoman Marie Waldron announced that the Assembly Republican Caucus is launching a massive effort to combat wildfires, just as the state appears to be headed into a drought.    “My colleagues and I are introducing a robust 16-bill legislative package offering critical solutions to address four main areas: Saving lives while protecting […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -EDD: The Crisis Continues

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron — The Employment Development Department (EDD) has been mired in crisis for more than a year now. The massive backlog in unemployment claim processing hasn’t really budged, millions of daily calls go unanswered, fraud is rampant — estimated  at $11 to $31 billion, and appeals can take over three months; the failure […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Public Safety 2021

      By   2 weeks ago

      Sacramento, CA -Promoting public safety in our communities remains one of my top priorities. Recently, many policies coming out of Sacramento have put politics before people when it comes to public safety. Every Californian deserves to feel safe in their community. This is one of the many reasons my colleagues and I are prioritizing neighborhood safety for our communities. This […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Public Safety 2021

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember –Promoting public safety in our communities remains one of my top priorities. Recently, many policies coming out of Sacramento have put politics before people when it comes to public safety. Every Californian deserves to feel safe in their community. This is one of the many reasons my colleagues and I are prioritizing neighborhood safety for our communities. This session, Assembly […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -“Rare” Diseases”

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      Sacramento, CA Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember –As co-chair of the Assembly Rare Disease caucus, I am privileged to help recognize the struggle of patients and their families living with rare diseases. Among these are almost 7,000 diseases and conditions considered rare, with 80 percent of those considered ultra-rare. By definition, a disease is considered rare when it affects fewer than 200,000 people. […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jenny: I want to reset my body and my digestive system and I have heard that doing a cleanse can help with this. I see so many types and products at the store and online so what works or doesn’t and is it even safe or a good idea? Megan: I would want to know […]

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        Bears Ears – Thomas Calabrese

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        Wings of the Eagle Thomas Calabrese – Editor and Contributing Writer – -Greg Nielsen The Bears Ears National Monument is located in San Juan County in southeastern Utah. The area within the monument is largely undeveloped and contains a wide array of historic, cultural and natural resources. Four local Native American tribes; the Navajo Nation, Hopi, Utes […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jane: People say that doing tons and tons of crunches or abs doesn’t mean you are going ot have a 6-pack and it’s a waste of time. Is that true? Megan: Doing abdominal exercises is beneficial but to see the muscles (6-pack) you have to shred and lose the layers covering them. You have your skin, your […]

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        His Stroll – Thomas Calabrese

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        The Best Television Memories of His Life Thomas Calabrese –he last five years had been rough for Dave Corbett, rough might be an understatement. If he wasn’t so strong, emotionally, physically and mentally, he might have just packed it in. After graduating from Vista High School in 2008, he received an appointment to the United […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jeremy: Why is eating white bread considered bad for you? Megan: Ever heard of Wonder Bread? Rumor has it the name came to be because of the mystery ingredients that makes you wonder how the bread can have such a long shelf life. White bread is a simple carbohydrate which means it has more sugar that […]

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        The Wizard of Awe – Thomas Calabrese

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        In Search of Greater Things Thomas Calabrese –Amazing, inspiring, spectacular, astounding, stupendous, wondrous, fabulous, marvelous, miraculous or phenomenal. These are all adjectives that would be appropriate to use when describing Awe. For the human mind to truly comprehend the unique experience of awe, two things must occur. Vastness happens when we see something that exceeds […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Craig: I’ve been trying to eat more vegetables and for me frozen or canned is what I have to do to make it happen. Fresh just doesn’t happen when I’ve got travel and getting to the store every week is hard. So which is better between the two, frozen or canned?? Megan: I’m glad you are trying […]

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        The Wokester – Thomas Calabrese

        By   4 weeks ago

        Social Media Vigilante Colonel Michael Luchesi was in the Marine Corps for 25 years before retiring and taking a position with Homeland Security. He met his wife during the early part of his military career while he was serving with his Special Operations unit and assigned to a multi-national drug interdiction team in Bueno Aires, […]

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          North County High School & College Baseball

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          David Willauer — Vista 6 Canyon Crest Academy 3 Colby Rafail 1 double for Vista. Torrey Pines 15 San Pasqual 1 Carson William 2 home runs a double, Jack Johnston 1 double, Liam Kelly 2 doubles. Sage Creek 4 San Marcos 3 SM performers Ryan Rivera 1 double and Kyle Harvey a home run. Westview […]

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          North County Baseball News

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          David Willauer —San Diego Padres 6 Pittsburgh Pirates 2 Vista alum Trevor Cahill started for the Pirates as he pitched 8 innings and recorded 8 strikeouts.  LaCosta Canyon alum Phil Evans had a double, single and a RBI.  Del Norte 5 San Pasqual 3 San Pasqual RJ Talingo and Luke Hansen each had a double. […]

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          World Champ Dropping 1st Puck In Oceanside This Saturday

          By   6 days ago

          After a year of hiatus, Tri-City Inline Hockey League (TCIHL), an Oceanside based non-profit organization is resuming its activities for children and youth in Oceanside-Carlsbad-Vista and surrounding areas between the ages of 5 through 17. And the honor of dropping the first puck at elementary school game (10 am) and middle school game (11 am) […]

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          North County College Baseball Athletes

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          David Willauer —Arizona 10 Arizona State 5 San Marcos alum Jacob Blas went 2 for 5 with 2 singles 1 RBI and 1 run scored for Arizona.  Stanford 18 Washington State 3 San Marcos alum Vinnie Martinez 3 for 5 with 3 doubles and 3 runs scored for Stanford.  Apr 4th – Stanford 7 Washington […]

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          Mission Hills Alum Jack Tuttle Wins Leo Award At University of Indiana

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-4-1-21:  At the University of Indiana Football Banquet Jack Tuttle, former Mission Hills quarterback, who started 2 games with the Hoosiers received the LEO Award.  The LEO Award is most prestigious for the program and is given to the football player that embodies the culture. LEO stands for Love Each Other which represents […]

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          High School Baseball

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          David Willauer – Mission Hills 6 Scripps Ranch 4 – Mission Hills Bryce Ignaciak and Beau Berkalew 1 double each.  Tri City Christian 15 Desert Christian 0 – Tri City Christian Noah Waldeck 2 doubles winning pitcher at 1-0, Austin Cherry 1 double. San Marcos 15 Bonita Vista 1 – San Marcos Evan Sipe and […]

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          North County High School Baseball

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          David Willauer –Mission Vista 10 Orange Glen 2 MV Garrett Glassel 2 doubles, Kevin Jaramillo and Ian Halverson 1 double. Sage Creek 6 Mission Hills 5.- The Bobcats of Sage Creek scored the winning run in the bottom of the 9th as they defeated Mission Hills 6-5. For Sage Creek Coby Keasling led with 2 […]

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          North County High School Football

          By   3 weeks ago

          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-San Marcos High School-San Marcos, CA-Friday, March 26, 2021:  In a key Avocado Football League – in a battle of undefeated the Carlsbad Lancers Titans improved their record to 2-0 behind the 5 touchdown performance of Aiden Sayin, who has committed to the University of Pennsylvania, defeating the previously undefeated San Marcos […]

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            Einstein Comes Through At North Coast Repertory Theatre

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            Solana Beach, Calif. – North Coast Rep continues its ambitious foray into “new” theatre with the production of EINSTEIN COMES THROUGH, co-written by Artistic Director David Ellenstein and Marc Silver. In a brilliant solo performance, versatile actor Jake Broder, as a seemingly ordinary man, Hank, takes audiences on an imaginative journey that is punctuated by […]

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            Dixie Rises Again This Time Online With Cygnet’s “Dixie’s Happy Hour”

            By   6 days ago

            Dixie Rises Again This Time online With Cygnet’s “Dixie’s Happy Hour” The latest online streaming production is offered by Cygnet Theatre’s offering of Kris Andersson’s wonderfully lovable character, Dixie Longate. Andersson’s extremely successful presentation of “Dixie’s Tupperware Party” off-Broadway brought rave reviews and a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance. After this successful […]

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            Cygnet Theatre – Dixie’s Happy Hour

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            Ready to Laugh? Dixie’s Happy Hour starts next week! From the creators of the smash off-Broadway tour Dixie’s Tupperware Party comes a brand new streaming show, Dixie’s Happy Hour.Dixie brings you some new stories while she’s mixing up cocktails and challenging you to see the Happy Hours that are right in front of you that you may be […]

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            “Trying” North Coast Rep Portrays Insightful & Realistic Look Into Life Of Two Memorable Personalities

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            TR Robertson –The latest online streaming presentation by North Coast Repertory takes viewers through the final year of former U.S. Attorney General and Chief Judge at Nuremberg, Francis Biddle, and his relationship with his last secretary, Joanna Glass, called Sarah Schorr in the play. The play is based on playwright Joanna McClelland Glass’s personal experience […]

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            San Diego Repertory Theatre Presents Hershey Felder As Puccini

            By   4 weeks ago

            TR Robertson — The San Diego Repertory Theatre has once again hit a theatrical home run with the latest online presentation of the incomparable Hershey Felder and a masterful look into the life of another great composer from the past, this the life of Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini. SD Rep and Felder […]

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            Hershey’sel Back At The Piano In Puccini!

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            Hershey is back at the piano in…World Premiere – Live from FlorenceGet your ticket now! Puccini March 14th at 5 PM Pacific Hershey Felder, PUCCINI is the story of a young musician in love with the world of opera, and in particular Giacomo Puccini’s La bohème, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly. When, through a series of unusual circumstances, the young […]

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            TRYING: Meet James Sutorius & Emily Goss

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            Trying By Joanna McClelland Glass Directed by David Ellenstein STREAMING March 24th – April 18thBased on the playwright’s experience as an assistant to famed Attorney General and Chief Judge at Nuremberg, Francis Biddle, during the final year of his life. The play is a riveting portrayal of two wildly different personalities struggling to understand each other. TRYING presents a respectful […]

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            SD REP- Only A Few Spots Left For Bollywood Kitchen!

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            A portion of ticket sales support San Diego REP! Only a few spots left for this weekend! Final performances Friday and Saturday Get tickets today! What’s in a Bollywood Box?Included with the Bollywood Foodie level, the Bollywood Box is shipped to your doorstep in advance of your performance. A shopping list of perishable items that […]

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