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Alta Vista Botanical Gardens Once Again Hosts Successful Earth Day Celebration

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TR Robertson -A number of Earth Day celebrations were going on around the county and the nation on Saturday through Sunday and Vista Botanical Gardens joined in the celebrations with a free event for those in attendance. Other celebrations close by included the beach clean-up in Oceanside and other locations as well as the Alta […]

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City Of Vista News

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April 22, 2024 City Council to Meet April 23 – The City Council will hold its second regular meeting of the month on Tuesday, April 23, at 5:30 pm, in Council Chambers at the Vista Civic Center. The meeting is open to the public, and participation in person or virtually is welcome. To view the […]

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Velocity News

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April 22, 2024 | Week 17 2024 Meet the Leaders Meet and hear from elected officials representing Vista at the Federal and State levels. Speakers include: Sponsorship opportunities available. Sponsors can join the VIP cocktail reception before the event for an intimate time with our elected officials. Learn more and purchase tickets here. Regístrese Ahora Business […]

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Vista Garden Club’s 88th Annual Flower Show & Plant Sale

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Vista, CA – Saturday, May 4th and NGC flower show at 2-4 PM and Sunday, May 5th at 10Am to 4PM. Plant Sale & Garden Art Boutique Saturday 12 noon to 4PM and Sunday 10AM to 4PM at Jim Porter Recreation Center Brengle Terrace Park 1200Vale Terrace, Vista/ Free and open to the public.

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Vista Shades of Red Art Show

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Vista, CA – April, 2024 – Backfence Society and Vista Art Foundation are proud to announce the upcoming “Shades of Red Art Show”, coordinating with the highly anticipated Vista Strawberry Festival – 2024, sponsored by the Vista Chamber of Commerce. The art show promises to infuse the festival with a burst of artistic flair, showcasing […]

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More Than Just A Rumor, “Summergrass” Is Happening!

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August 16-17-18, 2024 Summergrass San Diego is back for 2024.  We are still transitioning to the new festival management structure and working on making it as seamless as possible so patrons won’t experience anything but a wonderful time. We had a successful festival last year and are diligently working on putting together another outstanding festival […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You – Reverse Dieting – The diet after the diet

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Dr. Megan Johnson McCullough A popular form of eating in the bodybuilding community is called reverse dieting. This type of eating follows the period after sticking to a low-calorie diet for a period for aperiod. The reason to eat this way is to avoid regaining a large amount of weight quickly after reintroducing higher calorie […]

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    San Marcos Chamber News

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    Monday | April 22, 2024 San Marcos Leadership Development Program Begins June 4, 2024 7:30am-10:30am Union Cowork 251 North City Drive, Suite 128F San Marcos, CA 92078 Leadership San Marcos offers an 8-week course designed for professionals eager to enhance their leadership skills. Limited to 25 participants, it aims to engage emerging and established leaders […]

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    Vallecitos Water District, City of San Marcos & CAL FIRE Partner To Protect Against Wildfires

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    San Marcos, CA – The Vallecitos Water District, City of San Marcos, and CAL FIRE are thrilled to announce the grand opening of a crucial asset in our ongoing efforts to combat wildfires in the region. A new HeloPod specifically designed for firefighting helicopters will be inaugurated on April 30, 2024. This event marks a […]

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    Carlsbad Village Association (CVA) -Mother’s Day Sip & Shop

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    The charming coastal Village of Carlsbad is the perfect place to treat the special women in your life this coming Mother’s Day weekend! Why not start the festivities the day before with us in downtown Carlsbad? On Saturday, May 11th from 10am-2pm the Carlsbad Village Association (CVA) invites you to join its ultimate Mother’s Day Sip & Shop […]

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    Yachtley Crew Headlines Carlsbad’s Largest School District Fundraiser

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    Carlsbad, CA – The Carlsbad Educational Foundation (CEF) is proud to present its third annual Gala to Benefit Students on May 18, 2024. The evening’s highlight will be the much-anticipated performance by Yachtley Crew, acclaimed as ‘The Titans of Soft Rock’ & the nation’s leading yacht rock band. This seven-piece ensemble will be festivly attired […]

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    LIFE AT MiraCosta College Two Lectures

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    On Friday, April 26, LIFE AT MiraCosta College invites you to join us for two FREE lectures. At 1:00 “El Corazon, The Heart of the City” presented by John Daley, VP Oceanside Historical Society. John Daley returns to give us a look at El Corazon’s history from ranch land to mine and to the Park […]

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    Thousands of Volunteers Clean & Beautify San Diego County At The 22nd Annual Creek to Bay Cleanup

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    Over 4,000 registered volunteers of all ages at 106 sites took part in the region’s largest environmental cleanup during Earth Week. SAN DIEGO COUNTY (April, 2024) –  Today, I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) estimates 4,000 registered volunteers will have removed over 80,000 pounds of litter and debris from streets, canyons, parks, and shores in communities […]

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     TEDx Escondido

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    Escondido, CA -What is TED-Technology, Entertainment, Design. The Inaugural TEDxEscondido event will present a diverse selection of live presenters mixed wit TED talk videos and remarkable performances- sparking deep conversation and mesni\ngful communications.

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Rebuilding California Cities

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – In 2011, the legislature worked in an effort to abolish California’s Redevelopment Districts (RDAs). Although some RDAs were poorly managed, their abolition deprived cities of an important tool that had often been successfully used to stimulate business, create new housing and revitalize blighted areas, especially for older cities   Last Week, […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron- Minerva Scholarship Program-Applications Being Accepted

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      The application period has now opened for Minerva Scholarships for young women.  One $10,000 scholarship and up to 108 $300 scholarships will be awarded. More information and the application form are available at: https://wicl.us/scholarship-program/ Assemblymember Marie Waldron, AD 75 + 9820 Willow Creek Rd, Ste 240,San Diego, CA 92131 Phone: (858) 566-7538

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      Senate Public Safety Committee Rejects Bipartisan Solution to Clearing Inhumane Homeless Encampments

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      Support ranged from a variety of stakeholders including Dr. Drew Pinsky, local government officials, and formerly homeless individuals Sacramento, CA -the Senate Public Safety Committee voted down Senate Bill 1011, a bipartisan measure to compassionately clear homeless encampments by Senate Minority Leader Brian Jones (R-San Diego) and Senator Catherine Blakespear (D-Encinitas). Click here for more information on […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Kids and Social Media

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – Millions of children and young adults throughout the nation are active social media users. Last week two bills dealing with social media’s impact on child and adolescent mental health passed the Assembly Health Committee. Worldwide, there are 34 social media platforms, with at least 100 million users. According to a U.S. […]

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      Senate Republicans Highlight Measures In Fight To Fix California 

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      Sacramento, CA – In anticipation of several important measures that will be heard this week and throughout the month of April, California Senate Republicans have released a video to reaffirm their commitment to Fix California, outlining a list of 2024 legislative proposals that focus on lowering living costs, tackling crime, acting on homelessness, and investing in students. […]

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      Tuesday At 9AM Senate Minority Leader Jones Senator Blakespear Bill -Compassionately Clear Homeless Encampments

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      Senate Minority Leader Jones and Senator Blakespear will present bipartisan bill to compassionately clear homeless encampments in Senate Public Safety Committee WHO?          Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) Senator Catherine Blakespear (D-Encinitas) Dr. Drew Pinsky, Internist and Addiction Medicine Specialist (video witness in support) John Franklin, Mayor of the City of Vista (witness in […]

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      Leader Jones Speaks Out Against Newsom Appointees on Senate Floor

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      Jones stands with Crime Victims Alliance in calling for overhaul at Board of Parole Sacramento, CA – enate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) spoke in strong opposition to all six of Governor Gavin Newsom’s appointees to the Board of Parole Hearings. Click here to watch Leader Jones’s statement on the Senate Floor. “Today’s Board of […]

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      Audit Reveals Reasons For State Failures On Worsening Homelessness

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      Sacramento, CA – The results of a state audit released today show the lack of accountability of billions of dollars thrown at the homeless crisis in California. Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R-Yucaipa) and Senator Roger Niello (R-Fair Oaks) led the bipartisan effort to request the audit of homelessness spending. Under the Newsom Administration over the past five years, California has spent more […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Maria: My carpal tunnel flares up and I have to keep working and meet deadlines despite the discomfort. How can I help alleviate carpal tunnel pain when it arises?  Megan: If you are going to continue the repetitive movement ongoing for work, when carpal tunnel pain strikes, there are a few self care things you […]

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        Too Much Conversation, Not Enough Ammunition – Thomas Calabrese

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        Beautiful Dogface Thomas Calabrese – Guy Taggiano was from Alameda, California and Louie Dielman grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and the two recruits met during Marine Corps boot camp in San Diego. During rifle qualification at Camp Pendleton’s Edson Range, both young men fired Expert. After completing Advance Infantry Training, Guy and Louie were […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Dawn: The office I work in was determined to have asbestos. How can asbestos affect you? Megan: There won’t be any immediate impact on your health from asbestos but symptoms can arise years later. Long periods of exposure can cause scarring to the lungs. This can lead to developing lung cancer and other types of […]

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        Paladin- Thomas Calabrese

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        The Divine Spellcaster Thomas Calabrese – The Twelve Peers were Charlemagne’s Paladins or knights. They included Roland, Olivier, Gerin, Gerier, Berengier, Oton, Samson, Engelier, Ivon, Ivoire, Anseis and Gerard. They were the corps d’elite and Roland was the leader and the best of them all, as well as the king’s nephew. Each Paladin was a […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Annie: I do love eating salad but I’m well aware I turn it unhealthy because I use so much dressing. What is the worst type of dressing to have? Megan: I would say Caesar dressing could be considered the worst because it is made of cheese, mayonnaise, oil, and salt. These ingredients add up to high amounts […]

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        That’s the Sound of Marines Thomas Calabrese

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        That’s The Sound of Marines Fighting In Combat Huh ah, huh ah, huh ahI hear them clearly in my memoriesHuh ah, huh ah, Uh ah, uh ahWell don’t you knowThat’s the sound of MarinesGoing into harm’s wayThat’s the sound of grunts on patrolAll day long they’re saying, huh ahHuh ah, uh ah, uh ahWell don’t you […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Shirley: I’m getting back into exercising. How many days should I do cardio and how many days should I do weights?  Megan: My best recommendation would be based upon if I knew what your goal was. However, in general, you can do cardio 3 to 4 days per week and strength training 2 to 3 […]

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        The Cul De Sac

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        Concerned Neighbor Thomas Calabrese –  Colonel John Derenger was a Marine Corps Infantry Officer with six combat deployments to the Middle East and three West Pacific assignments to Okinawa, Taiwan and Singapore to his record. He was highly skilled in all aspects of warfare and was assigned to 1st Recon Battalion on at Camp Pendleton. After […]

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          Palomar Comets Clinch Third Consecutive Conference Pennant

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          San Marcos, CA -The Palomar College baseball team clinched their third consecutive Pacific Coast Athletic Conference title and 19th overall on Friday when they swept San Diego Mesa College three games to none to advance to 18-1 in conference play. Palomar took game one 7-4 after jumping out to a 4-2 lead after two. They […]

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          San Diego Athletes – Major & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer – Oakland A’s 6 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Poway alum Tyler Nevin doubled, 1 RBI and scored a run for the A’s.  Hillsboro Hoppers 3 Tri City Dust Devils 2 Torrey Pines and San Diego Torero alum Kevin Sim 1 home run.  Charlotte Knights 4 Syracuse Mets 2 CH:  Wynton Bernard Rancho Bernardo […]

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          North County Baseball News MLB & College

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          David Willauer -Boston Red Sox 5 – Anaheim Angels 4 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak came in as a pinch hitter and single for the Halos.  Oakland A’s 7 Washington Nationals 6 – Poway alum Tyler Nevin 2 singles 1 rbi 2 run scored for the A’s. Rancho Bernardo alum Trevor Williams started for the […]

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          Rancho Buena Vista Scored 4 Runs In 6th & 7th Innings Defeat Fallbrook

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          David A. Willaiuer-Contributing Writer-Friday, April 12, 2024-Duke Snider Field-Fallbrook High School-Fallbrook, CA-Before the game there was a ceremony for the Fallbrook baseball team as they received their CIF San Diego Section rings as they won the CIF San Diego Section Division title in school history but once when the game started things sort of went […]

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          North County Baseball and Softball News

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          Baseball David Willauer -Poway 3 Sage Creek 2 SC: Elijah Stevens 1 double 1 single 2 rbi’s. Max Biehl, Sutton Bassett scored 1 run each for Sage Creek. Oceanside 5 San Dieguito 2 O side Will Hostetter 2 singles 2 runs scored 1 rbi. Benjamin Meyers 1 double 1 single 1 run scored. Rancho Buena […]

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          High School Baseball & Softball Scores

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          David Willauer –High School Baseball San Pasqual 4 Vista 3 SP: The Eagles broke a 3-3 tie as they scored the go ahead run in the top of the 8th inning to win the game. Luke Olsen, Oso Hinojosa, Luke Nieblas and and Thomas Corbin all scored 1 run each for SP. Carlsbad 2 South […]

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          Seals look to secure a home playoff game

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          Seals look to secure a home playoff game when they host Panther City Lacrosse Club on Stick Up For A Cure Night, presented by Rady Children’s Hospital The San Diego Seals, 11-4 and owning the National Lacrosse League’s second-best record, will look to secure a first-round home playoff game when they host the Panther City […]

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          San Diego Local High School Baseball

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          Davus Willauer -High School Baseball  Canyon Crest 5 Oceanside 1 The Pirates of Oceanside scored their only run in the bottom of the first tied the game at 1-1.  The Ravens scored 4 runs in the top of the 4th and won 5-1.  Oceanside’s Zack Small connected on 1 double.  Eastlake 2 Classical Academy 1 CA:  […]

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            World Premiere of “Sense of Decency” On Stage At Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre

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            TR Robertson – The fifth play in North Coast Repertory’s 42nd Season, “Sense of Decency”, is not only a world premiere but is also a challenging play that looks back at a time when one man was assigned to confront the faces of evil and deal with the undaunting task of trying to determine the motivation […]

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            Now Playing: Sense of Decency

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            UP NEXT: Sense of Decency A World Premiere Psychological Thriller BUY TICKETS

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            Old School Meets Outlaw Country Music Weekend with 3 Shows

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            Old School Meets Outlaw Country Music Weekend April 5, 8 pm Kimmi Bitter’s Old School Album Release Dial up the reverb, crank up the twang, and get ready to hitch a ride back to 1965 with Kimmi Bitter and the Westside Twang! This San Diego Music Award-winning powerhouse is bringing her intoxicating blend of old-school […]

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            There’s Something for Everyone at North Coast Rep!

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            Tea for Three:Lady Bird, Pat & Betty Tea for Three:Lady Bird, Pat & Betty April 29 & 30 at 7:30pmApril 30 at 2:00pm What might three former First Ladies reveal if they could? Emmy Award-winning actress Elaine Bromka stars in this refreshing take on a remarkable White House trio — Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company This Weekend

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            This Weekend… Dr. Ken’s Seriously Funny Comedy Hypnosis Friday, March 29 at 8 pm Dr. Ken’s Seriously Funny Comedy Hypnosis Show is a humorous, highly audience-interactive, entertaining theatrical performance demonstrating the power and creativity of the human mind through the use of real hypnosis. This family-appropriate show features the application of real hypnosis, used by a […]

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            Timeless Satiric Comedy “Tartuffe” On Stage At North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach

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            TR Robertson -Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, stage name Moliere, was a playwright, actor and poet writing comedies, farces, tragicomedies, and comedie-ballets in the mid-1600’s. He probably never imagined that almost 400 years later, many of his productions would still be performed onstage in theatres around the world. Currently on stage, at Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre, is […]

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            Variety Nights at North Coast Rep! Something for Everyone!

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            The Spirit of Harriet Tubman Special Matinee Performance: March 26 @ 2:00 PM – March 25 & 26 @ 7:30 PM Leslie McCurdy invokes the “spirit” of Harriet Tubman as she portrays the life of the famous Underground Railroad conductor, recreating stories familiar and some rarely told, using words said to have been Harriet Tubman’s […]

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            The Answer for Your Cultural Calendar

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            Taking control of your cultural calendar has never felt this good Or been this good of a deal! Subscribers tell us that quality time with loved ones is one of the main reasons they love their La Jolla Playhouse subscription. A premium subscription to Season 2024/25 puts six memorable outings on your calendar. Bring your partner, bestie, […]

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