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Travels With TR – Atlantic & Arctic Awe – An East Coast Adventure – Log IV

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The NYC American Museum of Natural History and The Manhattan Bus Tour TR Robertson – Day 4 in NYC was a packed day as we had to complete a requirement for the Oceania cruise we would soon be starting, and we were also going to take a tour of the American Museum of Natural History. […]

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City Of Vista News

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Sneak Peek: New Our Vista Magazine & RecGuide   The City News & Recreation publication is being mailed to homes this week. Take a sneak peek online to read the city news and to learn about recreational opportunities for the fall season.   Read More Sheriff’s Guns For Gift Cards Safety Event, Aug 28The Sheriff’s Department is hosting a […]

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City Of Vista Public Hearings

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF THE VISTA CITY COUNCIL AUGUST 23, 2022 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the Chartered City of Vista, California, will hold a public hearing in the Vista Civic Center located at 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, on August 23, 2022, at 5:30 PM, to receive and consider all evidence and […]

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End Of Summer Job Fair At Vista High School

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We are having the End of Summer Job Fair at Lunch and you’re invited! Vista, CA –Hundreds of students are looking for a jobs and opportunities right now and are eager to talk to you. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get in front of students you can hire immediately. If you are looking for workers – we have […]

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Moonlight Cultural Foundation -Casino Night Tickets On Sale Now!

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Roaring 20’s Casino Night Saturday, October 8, 2022 5-9 pm. Event is for guests 21 & up. Casino Games • Entertainment • Delicious Food • Fun Prizes $1!00 per person – $15 VIP Ticket includes additional “Moonlight money” Tickets on sale on moonlightstage.com And sponsorships are still available! Proceeds benefit the Moonlight Stage Productions and […]

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Peter Kuchinsky II Announces Candidacy for the Vista Irrigation District, Division 3 Seat

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Peter Kuchinsky II, has announced his candidacy for the Vista Irrigation District, Division 3 Board seat. Division 3 encompasses central and northeast Vista and unincorporated areas of the county of San Diego. The election will be held on November 8, 2022. Kuchinsky currently fills the seat that became vacant when Director Paul Dorey passed away […]

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Mike Bradford Named Managing Director of Vista’s Moonlight Amphitheatre

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Vista, CA — Vista native Mike Bradford has been named Managing Director of the City of Vista’s Moonlight Amphitheatre effective August 10, 2022. Bradford will oversee Moonlight’s business and administrative functions and work in concert with Producing Artistic Director Steven Glaudini to shape the vision and future of the company and its seasons. Bradford has worked […]

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E.G. Concert Group Presents, Vista Vibes Rhythm n Booze

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Vista, CA – EG Concert Group will present Vista Vibes Rhythm n Booze taking place Labor Day weekend at The Vistonian in Vista, CA, Sunday, September 4th, 2022. The event will feature musical vibes by DJ. Craftmatic and a special performance by B.S.E./Sony recording saxophonist Tony Exum Jr. and more. Vista Vibes brings together influential […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond -Help For Young Women, Back-To-School & Hell’s Kitchen

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    Casa De Amparo supports those affected by and at risk of child abuse and neglect, through a range of programs and services that promote healing, growth, and healthy relationships.  On Thursday, I took part in a very important ribbon cutting for the TrueCare & Lennar Foundation Health Center. This health center will provide medical services to foster […]

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    San Marcos Chamber of Commerce News

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    Week of August 15, 2022 TUESDAY, AUGUST 16 2:00-3:00 PMIn this recorded webinar, our Export SBDC at World Trade Center San Diego will educate participants on the basics of exporting. The intended audience for this webinar is small businesses with little to no experience in exporting. This is the first in a series of online […]

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    Poway to Palomar Middle College Opens at Palomar’s Rancho Bernardo Center

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    Palomar and Poway Unified officials cut the ribbon to open Poway to Palomar Middle College (PPMC), an innovative new high school, as dozens of high school students arrived for the first day of the fall semester. Rancho Bernardo CA (August 2022) — The newest high school in the Poway Unified School District opened its doors with […]

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    SDWF Gains Three New Board Members

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    The San Diego Women’s Foundation (SDWF), a nonprofit which has granted over $4.8 million in grants benefitting over 100 nonprofit programs, recently gained three new board members.   Shannon Pavell – Zip Code: 92102 Shannon Pavell, a Development Officer at the Coronado Hospital Foundation, is one of the newest board members for the San Diego Women’s Foundation. Shannon joined […]

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    Oceanside Mainstreet -Help Us Help You! Main Street America Business Poll

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    Hello MainStreet Oceanside business owners!  – This is a reminder to please complete the Main Street America small business census by FRIDAY August 19 if you have not done so already. The census aims to capture information about our community’s business environment and will allow MainStreet Oceanside and Main Street America to better understand the diversity and inclusivity of […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    August. 11, 2022 Even though the weather says summer, we are beginning to shift our focus ahead just a bit, with some tips and reminders for those of you with kids going back to school. More on that plus these updates below: Agua Hedionda Lagoon reminders Back to school resources and tips Summer reading program […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    One of the most rewarding and important aspects of my job is allocating funds to small businesses and non-profits in our district. Whether it’s through our Neighborhood Reinvestment Program or our Community Enhancement Program, groups can apply for grants.  Earlier this week, I had the privilege of seeing one of the recipients of these funds […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron –Supporting Veterans

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — Our veterans have never failed us, but sometimes we fail them. Adrian Darren Bonar, a U.S. Army Veteran, is a tragic example.  After serving three tours of duty in Iraq, he returned home to North County suffering from PTSD.  But due to poor consistency of local treatment services; turning to drugs, he was […]

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      Sen. Bates’ Statement on Rejected Effort to Make Insulin Affordable for Millions of Californians

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      Sacramento, CA — Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement on the outcome of today’s Assembly Suspense File hearing relative to her effort to make insulin affordable: “I am disappointed SB 473, my bill to cap the out-of-pocket cost for insulin to $35 a month, was held in the Assembly Committee on Appropriations. The decision […]

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      Senator Bates -California Can Do What Washington D.C. Has Not

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      Bates Bill Does What Washington D.C. Has Failed to Accomplish Sacramento. CA –Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) introduced Senate Bill (SB) 473 to address the high treatment costs affecting millions of Californians with diabetes. The bill places a $35 cap on co-pays, deductibles, coinsurance, or other cost-sharing requirements on an insulin prescription. Senator Bates issued […]

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      Senator Jones -National Night Out

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      My office was honored to attend several National Night Out events across Senate District 38.National Night Out is an annual campaign that enhances the relationship between the community and law enforcement. Our law enforcement officers are our heroes, and far too often we overlook the many sacrifices they make to keep us safe. Importantly, these […]

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      More Than 700 Terminally Ill Californians Used End of Life Option Act in 2021

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      Annual Report shows increase in Prescribing Physicians, Marking Improved Education and Outreach Sacramento, CA — More than 700 terminally ill Californians used the End of Life Option Act to die peacefully in 2021, according to a newly released report by the California Department of Public Health.  This law allows terminally ill, mentally capable adults the option to request […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Supporting Local Law Enforcement

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes the partnership between law enforcement and the neighborhoods they serve. This week, residents in several cities throughout our district had the opportunity to meet the men and women behind the badge and the Crime Prevention Specialists that work tirelessly to keep our communities […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – More Work To Do

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –We’re in the last month of a two-year legislative session. During August, we’ll be voting on approximately 1,200 bills, over 500 in the Assembly and about 700 in the Senate. These include my AB 2768, which addresses the critical shortage of psychiatric beds by leading to the development of a real-time, internet-based […]

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      Senator Jones: Newsom Still Trying to Dump Sexually Violent Predators in East County

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      Previous Governors had courage to say “no” when so-called experts said it was safe to release predators into residential neighborhoods  Sacramento, CA –With a hearing coming up on the planned release of serial Sexually Violent Offender (SVP) Douglas Badger this Friday, Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee) issued the following statement in addition to sending a letter to the court […]

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        Emphatically Clear -Thomas Calabrese

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        Swamp Fighter Thomas Calabrese –Ray Trent was a seasoned combat veteran and a dangerous weapon. He had been in the Navy Seals for nine years and fought in some of the most dangerous places in the world. He loved his country and knew what threats existed in the United States and throughout the world was […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Mariel: My asthma is terrible and not improving so I was prescribed prednisone. I want to keep working out because I’m trying to lose weight, but this medicine makes me feel like I’m gaining weight. How does prednisone affect weight?  Megan: Fluid retention is a common side effect of taking prednisone which can make someone feel […]

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        The Beagles Are Calling – Thomas Calabrese

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        To Bestow his Heart Thomas Calabrese — The USDA foreign landholdings report from 2020 shows Chinese investors own 266 parcels of United States land totaling 194,179 acres. Joint U.S-Chinese projects also combine for another 157,961 acres. The report for 2020 has been delayed several times and many concerned Americans believe that Chinese holdings are now somewhere […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Richie: I’m one of those people that shouts Siri or Alexa for practically everything in my house. I’m trying to be more active, so this probably isn’t good. Just a thought: how much activity do you think is lost from all this new technology?  Megan: Everything from turning on the lights to starting the car […]

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        Tip of the Spear – Thomas calabrese

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        Thomas Calabrese–Jennifer Salter was born on Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base. The youngest child of Colonel Robert Salter. Going back to World War I, someone in the Salter family had served in the military. It wasn’t that it was demanded or expected of them, but growing up in an environment where God, family and country […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Clarence: Some workouts I’m dripping sweat and others I’m not, does that mean the workouts I sweat more at give better results? Megan: You can definitely burn plenty of calories during activities that may not cause as much sweat production. Sweat is your body cooling itself done which something like lifting weights with air conditioning […]

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        When You’re Good To Others – Thomas Calabrese

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        You’re Best to Yourself Thomas Calabrese — Nick Lane’s greatest strength was also his greatest weakness. He was steadfast, loyal and even relentless when someone else was in trouble, but extremely uncomfortable with exposing any of his own vulnerabilities. As child, he always felt more at ease helping his friends than having them assist him. […]

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        Defenders of the Gateway -Thomas Calabrese

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        Greater is he who can rule his spirit Thomas Calabrese — Seven angels or archangels correspond to days of the week: Michael (Sunday), Gabriel (Monday), Uriel (Tuesday), Raphael (Wednesday), Selaphiel (Thursday), Raguel or Jegudiel (Friday), and Barachiel (Saturday). You might assume that with a name like Mike Sunday, something unusual was destined to happen to this […]

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          North County Athletes MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer– Colorado Rockies 5 Arizona Diamondbacks 3 CO Rancho Bernardo alum Wynton Bernard made his debut for the Rockies and singled and scored a run.  El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came in relief for the Diamondbacks as he pitched 1 inning and struck out 2 batters.  Iowa Cubs 9 Louisville Bats 5 Iowa LaJolla […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer-–Arizona Diamondbacks 9 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 ARI: El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel gets his first win for the D Backs. PIT: Hillcrest alum Gerald Allen a single and an RBI. Winston Salem Dash 8 Bowling Green Hot Rods 7 BG: Rancho Bernardo alum Alika Williams singled, 1 RBI and scored 2 runs. Sugarland Space […]

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          North County Athletes In MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer —Atlanta Braves 9 New York Mets 6 – Rancho Bernardo alum Trevor Williams came in relief for the Mets as he pitched 4 innings gave up 4 hits 1 walk and struck out 2 batters.  Arizona Diamondbacks 6 Colorado Rockies 5 AZ:  El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came in relief for the Diamondbacks […]

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          Fall Ball Registration Open Through 8/22

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          WHAT’S ON DECK: Thursday, August 4th Fall Registration, Junior Umpires,and Snack Bar Workers(see info below) Announcements REGISTER NOW FOR FALL!Registration for the fall season is in full swing and we have already reached 70% capacity. We expect all divisions to be full and recommend that you sign up now in order to avoid being placed on a […]

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          Padres Sign Joe Musgrove To Five-Year Extension

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          San Diego, CA – The San Diego Padres have signed right-handed pitcher Joe Musgrove to a five-year contract extension through the 2027 season, President of Baseball Operations & General Manager A.J. Preller announced today.  Musgrove, 29, has an 8-4 record with a 2.65 ERA (34 ER, 115.1 IP), 0.99 WHIP and 114 strikeouts to just 27 walks in 18 […]

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          Indiana Football Jack Tuttle Selected For Wuerffle Trophy

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          Bloomington, Ind. – The Wuerffel Trophy announced Indiana redshirt-senior Jack Tuttle as a member of its preseason watch list on Thursday (July 28). It is the second service-related watch list that the California native finds himself a part of entering the 2022 season. Tuttle is also among the preseason nominees for the America Football Coaches Association Good […]

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          Palomar Athletics Sports Schedule 2022-2023 Announced

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          David Willauer -Footballhttps://www.palomarathletics.com/sports/fball/2022-23/schedule  Men’s Soccer https://www.palomarathletics.com/sports/msoc/2022-23/schedule Women’s Soccer https://www.palomarathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/schedule Men’s Water Polo https://www.palomarathletics.com/sports/mwaterpolo/2022-23/schedule Women’s Volleyball  https://www.palomarathletics.com/sports/wvball/2022-23/schedule   Womens Water Polo https://www.palomarathletics.com/sports/wwaterpolo/2022-23/schedule

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          North County Athletes Minor & Major League Baseball

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          David Willauer -Cincinnati Reds 9 St. Louis Cardinals 5 LaJolla Country Day School alum Tommy Edman singled and had a RBI. for St Louis Chicago Cubs 14 Philadelphia Phillies 2 – CHI:  Alfonso Rivas scored 2runs, 2 walks for the Cubs PHL:  Torrey Pines alum Garrett Stubbs came in relief as he pitched 1 inning […]

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            North Coast Repertory Theatre Launches Season 41

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            Delightfully, Whimsical World Premier of }”Annabella In July” By Richard Strand & Directed by David Ellenstein Solana Beach, CA. – The World Premiere of ANNABELLA IN JULY inaugurates North Coast Repertory Theatre’s eclectic Season 41, starting September 7. Penned by Richard Strand of last season’s smash-hit, Ben Butler, this comedic fantasy transforms a ski resort […]

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            New Village Arts Presents “The Mechanicals”

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            Performances August 11th through August 14th, 2022 at The Flower Fields Carlsbad, CA: (AUGUST 4, 2022) New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, is proud to be producing the World Premiere of Aleta Barthell’s THE MECHANICALS, featuring professional actors with neurodiversity. Directed by NVA’s Director of Education Samantha Ginn, THE MECHANICALS follows summer camp […]

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            Some shows are SOLD OUT!! The Remarkable Mister Holmes

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            Buy your tickets today before we sell out!!! Buy Tickets North Coast Repertory Theatre 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite D Solana Beach, CA 

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            New Village Arts Announces Its 21st Season

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            Carlsbad, CA — (JULY, 2022) New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, is proud to announce its 21st Season of programming, and the first in the newly renamed Conrad Prebys Theatre at the Dea Hurston New Village Arts Center. The season features two regional premieres, a return to an originalholiday musical commissioned by NVA, […]

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            Patio Playhouse Community Theater Presents RENT by Jonathan Larson

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            Escondido, CA – (July, 2021) Patio Playhouse invites audiences to join them in celebrating another 525,600 minutes (and the launch of their 2022-2023 season) with their most recent production, RENT, opening under the open sky at Kit Carson Amphitheater on Friday, July 15.  This rock musical with book, music, and lyrics by Jonathan Larson is […]

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            Presidential Museums, Birthplaces, Monuments and Historic Sites to Visit – Part I

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            TR Robertson — Each of the former Presidents of the United States has numerous museums, homes and other historic sites travelers can add to their list of places to visit when going to various states in the U.S. Many of these places are extremely interesting and amazing as you can step back in time in […]

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            The 90th Festival of Arts Opens in Laguna Beach

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            TR Robertson — Laguna Beach is once again home to the 90th Festival of Arts presentation where artists from all mediums display and sell their artwork to admiring visitors. The Festival of Arts is a few years older than the famed Pageant of the Masters, a beautiful display of “living presentations” of art on stage […]

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            2022 Pageant Of The Masters Celebrates Travel And Culture In “Wonderful World”

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            Pageant of the Masters re-creation of “Round the World” Game Box Cover (1890) featuring adventurer Nellie Bly, one of the inspirations for “Wonderful World” Laguna Beach, CA — The Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach takes off for a journey around the globe with this summer’s production of Wonderful World from July 7 to September 2. A celebration of art through the […]

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