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Vista Silver Star Foundation Events

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Vista, CA — Fall Fun Festival, Saturday, Oct. 16th. Free family event taking place at the Alta Vista Botanical Gardens, 1270 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista (in Brengle Terrace Park) on Saturday, October 16th, 10am to 3pm. Scarecrow contest, plant sale, live music, vendors, and more. Vista Silver Star Foundation, dedicated to enhancing the quality of […]

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Antoinette Ruhlan Obituary

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Antoinette Ruhland (69) passed away on 9/18/21 from COVID. She is survived by her daughters Tina Thompson and Trina Thompson as well as her granddaughter, Savannah Denton. Antoinette was a free spirited Pisces who delighted in living in Oceanside these past two years. She loved the beach, feeding the birds and cooking up unique dishes. […]

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Toy Hall Of Fame Looking For Inductees

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TR Robertson — The Toy Hall of Fame is located inside The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York. Each year, hundreds and hundreds of toys are nominated for induction into the Toy Hall of Fame. You can have a part in the selection of the toys that will be selected. You are […]

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Moonlight’s On Your Feet! Story Of Emilio & Gloria Estefan A Joyous Way To End 40th Season

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TR Robertson  –You certainly cannot miss with the music of Emilio & Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine wrapped in the story of Emilio and Gloria’s musical rise with a new sound for the recording industry and Gloria’s triumphant return after a horrific accident. This final musical for Moonlight Stage Productions for their 40th season, […]

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City Of Vista News

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New Legislation to Increase Housing DensityCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom signed new legislation which will make way for “upzoning” within traditionally single-family neighborhoods, allowing for the creation of more housing units. Most cities, including the City of Vista opposed the bill.  Read More What Can I do to Prepare for Wildfire?In week three of National Preparedness Month, Vista […]

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American Legion Riders, Chapter 365 – Wishes Do Come True

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Vista, CA -Gill Schnellinger the Life Enrichment Director at Estancia Senior Living in Fallbrook contacted members of the American Legion Riders (ALR), Chapter 365 and asked if they could Make a Wish come true for one of their residents. So, on Saturday 18 September members of ALR 365 went to Estancia to make a wish […]

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New Haven Restoring Hope Giving Event

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Vista, CA — The Friends of New Haven are excited to announce for the second year their Restoring Hope Giving Event, starting this Thursday! Offering two distinct giving opportunities to support the work of New Haven Youth & Family Services: The Restoring Hope Giving Book, a catalog offering varied opportunities to donate and support the programs of New Haven. The Restoring Hope Online Auction featuring […]

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Vista Community Clinic – Transfer of Labor & Delivery Services To Palomar Medical Center Beginning in October

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Health Center Partners of Southern California Member Organization Announces Prenatal Services Continue, Yet VCC Patients Will No Longer Deliver at Tri-City Medical Center  Vista, CA September, 2021—Vista Community Clinic (VCC), a federally qualified health center and member organization of Health Center Partners of Southern  California providing affordable, high quality health care to more than 70,000 community residents throughout […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    September 20, 2021 FIND OUT MORE IMPORTANT: Appointments are now available at the region’s latest center providing monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 at the Cathy Hopper Clairemont Friendship Center.It will be open 7 days a week from 8 am to 6 pm.Call the MARC line (619-685-2500) to make an appointment.Other locations:MARC at Vista Community Clinic Treatment […]

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    Results Begin To Come In For 37th Annual International Coastal Cleanup Day In San Diego County

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    SAN DIEGO COUNTY September, 2021 – Volunteers came out in force today with I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) for the 37th annual International Coastal Cleanup Day in San Diego County. There were 5,970 registered volunteers by 9 a.m. “We are always blown away at the number of volunteers who come out for Coastal Cleanup Day,” said the event’s director […]

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    USPS Seeking 500+ Hires at San Diego, San Bernardino Job Fairs

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    USPS Seeking 500+ Hires at San Diego, San Bernardino Job Fairs Opportunities to Advance and Become a Part of the USPS Career Work Force  The U.S. Postal Service is hosting job fairs in San Diego and San Bernardino in the coming weeks to facilitate the hiring of more than 500 employees. The 500+ available positions include jobs as City […]

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    City Of Oceanside Wins Wateruse Award Of Excellence

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    Recycled Water Outreach/Education Program – Pure Water Oceanside Oceanside, CA, September, 2021 – The City of Oceanside received an Award of Excellence during the WateReuse conference in September 2021. Oceanside received the Recycled Water Outreach/Education Program Award for Pure Water Oceanside, which pays tribute to an agency that demonstrates a significant and wide-reaching community outreach […]

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    City of Oceanside To Host Job Fair

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    Oceanside, CA –The City of Oceanside, in partnership with the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce and Visit Oceanside, will host a job fair on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Civic Center Plaza located at 300 North Coast Highway in Downtown Oceanside. The job fair will feature over two dozen Oceanside employers […]

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    Escondido Art Association October Open Show – Call To Artists

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    Escondido, CA — The Escondido Art Association announces their Open Show for the month of October at the Artists Gallery, 121 W. Grand Avenue, Escondido.  The theme for the show is ” Out of this World,” and will be open to EAA members and non-members alike.  Entry fees will apply: Members $20 1st entry, $5.00 ea. 2nd & 3rd; Non-members $30 1st entry, $10.00 ea. 2nd & […]

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    San Marcos Chamber News

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    San Marcos Chamber Week of Sept. 20th WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 225:00 – 7:00 PM Tap into the best business development networking in San Marcos! Connect with business professionals from a variety of industries and company sizes. Register. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 NOON – 1:00 PMJoin the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce for an informative Brown Bag Lunch Presentation featuring San Diego DA Summer […]

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    EcoFest Encinitas -Learn How To Live A Healthier & More Sustainable Life

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    — North County’s longest-running environmental fair showcases ways to go green while saving money and having fun! — Day-long event features music, green cuisine, libations, children’s activities, money-saving product demonstrations, and tips for healthy, sustainable living. Encinitas, CA September, 2021) – EcoFest Encinitas, an annual one-day event dedicated to inspiring eco-sustainability, today announced this year’s event will […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Funding Our Local Firefighters

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember –Many can remember recent San Diego wildfire disasters, including the Cedar, Witch, Cocos, Guejito, and Lilac fires which devastated so much of this region. The North County Fire Protection District, Valley Center Fire Protection District and the Rincon Fire Department each serve communities with designated Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones. Ensuring that these three rural […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron-California Has An Affordability Crisis

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember  –California is becoming even more expensive. The legislative session ended in Sacramento last Friday. Unfortunately, several bills were passed that could make our phone bills, lawn care, and driving more expensive. California continues to be one of the most unaffordable states in the nation trailing only slightly behind Hawaii and DC. California has the highest sales tax, income tax, and gas tax among all 50 states. The […]

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      Rep. Levin Introduces Bipartisan Legislation to Support Schools

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      Serving Military-Connected and Native American Students – Legislation Provides Funding for Schools like San Onofre Elementary and Mary Fay Elementary Washington, D.C. – This week, U.S. Representatives Mike Levin (D-CA) and Don Young (R-AK) introduced the Advancing Toward Impact Aid Full Funding Act to fully fund the federal Impact Aid program, which supports K-12 public schools on federal […]

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      Assemblymember  Waldron – Help For Homeowners

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember –With the cost of living in California at an all-time high and the ongoing financial devastation caused by the COVID-19 shutdowns, we all know someone who is struggling to make ends meet. The challenge can be greatest for retirees on a fixed income and those with disabilities that are unable to work. There is help available for […]

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      Two of Senator Jones’s Measures Helping Kids Gain Final Legislative Approval

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      Legislation would assist homeless students and help protect vulnerable kids from child labor traffickers Sacramento, CA –Two measures, authored by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee), were both unanimously given final legislative approval by the California State Senate. Jones’s Senate Bill 400 would implement a recommendation from the State Auditor regarding the tracking and assisting of […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Cancer Bill of Rights

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      State Assemblymember Marie Waldron– Approximately 187,000 Californians are diagnosed with cancer each year. Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in our state, exceeded only by heart disease. Unfortunately, in many underserved areas there is a disconnect between recent medical advances and patient access to lifesaving quality care. There are hundreds of different types of cancer, requiring a vast […]

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      Help To Prevent Suicide

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember –September is National Suicide Prevention Month. This month we focus on one of the leading causes of death in the United States. According to the CDC, suicide is the second leading cause of death for people between the ages of 10-34. Ending your life is never the answer. Sometimes the bravest thing you can do is ask for […]

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      Statement on CalChamber’s Appointment Of Jennifer Barrera as Next President & CEO

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      Sacramento, CA — Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel), a former small business owner, issued the following statement after the California Chamber of Commerce announced the appointment of Jennifer Barrera as the organization’s next President and CEO: “I am pleased that CalChamber has selected an outstanding leader in Jennifer Barrera to be its next President and CEO. […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   23 hours ago

        Jennifer: I’m a runner and I’ve done a couple half marathons and probably run at least 5 days a week. As I age, I keep hearing that running is actually not that good for you. How can that be? Megan: Running is a great form of cardiovascular activity, but people are telling you this or […]

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        Human Variant -Thomas Calabrese

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        Patriotic Pandemic Thomas Calabrese –Anthony Santino was enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) at the University of California, San Diego when he met Janet Novak in the pre-med program. After graduation, Tony attended medical school while Janet obtained a biomedical science degree and went to work as a research scientist. After finishing […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Angela: So my arms bother me and I’ve been told you can’t spot train areas to focus on just them to get rid of fat. Is that true?  Megan: There is truth to this advice because we know (probably many of us by experience) that you can do a million crunches and not see your stomach […]

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        Leave No Dog Behind -Thomas Calabrese

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        American Patriot and Deep Stater Thomas Calabrese — John J. Keough was born in Valley Center, California. His parents Carl and Natalie owned sixty acres of land where they grew avocados, tangerines, eureka lemons, passion fruits and kumquats. The Keoughs were one of the first in the region to specialize in all organic produce. Chris […]

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        Community Violence Interrupter -Thomas Calabrese

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           Mr. Sensitive      Thomas Calabrese — Dave London joined the Marines after receiving his Associate’s Degree at Mira Costa Junior College in Oceanside, California. He spent eleven years as a military police officer, with three overseas deployments. He also spent time at Camp Lejeune and Camp Pendleton. His last duty station was Okinawa, Japan. While […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Chris: I’ve definitely got arthritis going on in my shoulders and knees which I know happens with age and all the running I’ve done in my lifetime. What are some ways to manage the pain and aches? Megan: I like to think of arthritis as the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz where the joints need […]

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        Dukes of Dim Sum – Thomas Calabrese

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        Baron of Buffet Thomas Calabrese —Dim Sum is a large range of small Chinese dishes that are traditionally enjoyed in restaurants for breakfast and lunch. First Sergeant Talon Morrison had been in the Marine Corps for 21 years and was currently assigned to the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force on Camp Pendleton. During his military career, […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jessica: They always say take vitamin C when your’re sick to help get better faster. Why is that? Megan: Vitamin C does support your immune system and when you are deficient you are more susceptible to colds and getting sick. There’s no evidence that taking vitamin C while sick will actually lessen the duration of […]

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          Vista Volleyball Sweeps Mission Vista High In Three

          By   23 hours ago

          Vista, CA — Vista secured their first league win bettering Mission Vista Tuesday evening, 25-20, 25-16, 25-12.Leading the Panthers was Asia Arbaugh with 11 kills joined by Leneia Niko and Emery Carter each with 6 kills. Neely Craig had 26 assists as Aurelia Niko tallied 4 stuffed block points. Jenna Flores and Mia Gladden each […]

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          High School Football Scores

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          Vista14 Poway 55 -Vista – #1 Russell Chavez 14 Yd pass completed to #7 Eddie Nelson for a TD. Vista 6, Poway 29 Rancho Buena Vista 27 Escondido 6 -On 9/17, the Rancho Buena Vista varsity football team won their away conference game against Escondido Carlsbad 13 Mission Hills 7 – Julian Sayin threw for 230 […]

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          Vista High Volleyball

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          Vista High Volleyball swept San Pasqual Friday evening in 3 straight sets, 25-22, 25-9, and 25-11. Haylee Garcia led the Panthers with 3 serve aces and 5 digs. Mia Gladden tallied 7 digs while Asia Arbaugh had 13 kills, Neely Craig had 23 assists, and Leneia Niko had 3 blocks.The Panthers are now 9-8, 0-1 […]

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          Vista High School Volleyball

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          Vista, Ca — Vista High Volleyball lost a tight 5 game match to Fallbrook 3 games to 2, 25-17, 21-25, 19-25 and 7-15. Emery Carter had 5 kills followed by Leneia Niko with 4. Mia Gladden had 10 assists and 6 aces in serving. Haylee Garcia garnered 6 service aces as Asia Arbaugh gained 7 […]

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          City of Vista – Accepting Registrations Youth Flag Football & Girls Volleyball

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          Vista, CA –City of Vista Youth Flag Football and Girls Volleyball Programs are still accepting registrations. Flag football is grades kindergarten through 8th grade and the girl’s volleyball program is for girls 5th through 8th grade.  Registration is being accepted at our civic center city hall located at 200 Civic Center Drive. Contact the City […]

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          Palomar College Suffers First Football Loss For 2021

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           David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Escondido High School-Escondido, CA 9-11-21:  After a previous 31-3 win over Victor Valley Junior College on the facilities of Chick Embry Field at Wilson Stadium at Escondido High School the home also of the Palomar Comets things went in a different direction as they were defeated by Golden West Junior College from Huntington […]

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          North County High School Football Scores

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          42-35 (W) Vista vs. Central Vista Panthers -On 9/10, the Vista varsity football team won their home non-conference game against Central (El Centro, CA) by a score of 42 -35 VIDEO HERE El Capitan 21, Rancho Buena Vista 12  Carlsbad 28, El Camino 14 Oceanside 40, San Marcos 20 Mission Hills 41, La Costa Canyon 0 Torrey […]

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          Minor League MLB Baseball San Diego Performers

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          David Willauer — San Francisco Giants 6 Chicago Cubs 1 USD alum Kris Bryant walked and scored a run for the Giants  Pittsburgh Pirates 4 Washington Nationals 3 Ben Brault Grossmont alum started but didn’t get the win.  Pitched 2 innings with 1 strikeout.  Cincinnati Reds 4 St. Louis Cardinals 2 LCSD alum Tommy Edman […]

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            Old Globe’s World Premiere of The Gardens of Anuncia a Story of Strength and Fortitude

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            TR Robertson  — Indoor, in person audiences have returned to The Old Globe’s Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center as their newest production is a musical commissioned by The Old Globe, The Gardens of Anuncia. The world premiere of this musical features a book, music, and lyrics by five-time Tony […]

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            Thank You for a Great Summer!

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            Move to the Front of the Line with Membership THANK YOU FOR A GREAT SUMMERLET’S DO IT AGAIN! We’re excited to announce the 2022 Pageant theme, “Wonderful World,” which will be a kaleidoscope of international art spotlighting distant lands, cultural celebrations and fascinating moments in world history. The show will run from July 7 to September […]

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            North Coast Repertory Opens 40th Season Of Live Theatre – Dancing Lessons

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            TR Robertson –It has been 17 months since Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre has presented performances on stage in front of a live audience and the play picked to open the 40th season will bring you to your feet at the final curtain for the performances you will see on stage. Associate Artistic Director Christopher […]

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            WIESENTHAL: From Off-Broadway to North Coast Rep! (Don’t Miss Out!!)

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            Don’t Miss Out!! Winner the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award Written and performed by Tom Dugan Wiesenthal – Directed by Jenny Sullivan – September 27 & 28, 2021 @ 7:30pm From Off-Broadway, North Coast Rep presents WIESENTHAL, a play by Tom Dugan. His 90-minute  play is heartfelt, deeply moving and compelling; he makes history come alive. […]

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            North Coast Repertory Presents Dancing Lessons

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            “An Enthralling Evening” – BroadwayWorld.com Dancing Lessons By Mark St. GermainDirected by Richard Baird September 8th – October 3rd Entertaining and charming! We meet two highly offbeat characters, a Broadway dancer and a science professor coping with physical and emotional challenges as they forge an unexpected friendship in this heartfelt play. Filled with laughs and the intricacies of the human condition, we […]

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            Join Us For The Return Of Live Theatre At The San Diego REP

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            We invite you to subscribe to our 46th season and celebrate the return of in-person performances. Join your loved ones, friends, and community for an eight-play journey that uplifts us through the healing power of laughter and empathy. Subscribers get the best seats in the houseand consistently low prices—starting at just $153! Subscribe by September 3 for waived transactions […]

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            North Coast Rep- 1st Show Of The 40th Anniversary Season

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            Welcome Back! ‘Dancing Lessons’ @ North Coast Rep. Dancing Lessons By Mark St. Germain Directed by Richard Baird –September 8th – October 3rd Entertaining and charming! We meet two highly offbeat characters, a Broadway dancer and a science professor coping with physical and emotional challenges as they forge an unexpected friendship in this heartfelt play. Filled with laughs and the intricacies of […]

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            Meet the Storytellers – Subscribe to Season 18!

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            Subscribers always get the best seats and the best prices. Subscription benefits include Priority Seat RenewalConcession DiscountUnlimited Free ExchangesDiscounted Additional TicketsAccess to VIP Events*Free Additional Ticket* SUBSCRIPTION PACKAGES START AT JUST $60! VIEW SEASON SUBSCRIBE NOW! CLICK HERE FOR OUR COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY HELP CYGNET BRING BACK LIVE THEATRE SAFELY Please make a tax-deductible […]

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