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Fatal Traffic Collision – Vista

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Vista, CA — Solo vehicle into a retaining wall  08/03/2021 4:07 AM On 08-03-21, at approximately 0129 hours, a black Honda Civic was traveling eastbound on Shadowridge Drive, approaching the controlled T-intersection at Sycamore Avenue.  The driver and sole occupant, a 24-year-old male, continued eastbound across Sycamore Avenue and collided into a concrete block retaining […]

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Official List of Reptiles – Series of Official State Designations Part 5

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TR Robertson –Probably not something you would think states would take the time to designate as official representatives of their state, but twenty-eight states in the U.S. have designated an official state reptile. Nineteen of the 28 states represent southern states with reptiles more common in warmer climates. More than half of the states chose […]

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City Of Vista News

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Join Vista Deputies at National Night OutMeet local deputies at the Civic Center for National Night Out on August 3 from 4-6 pm. Pick up resources and learn tips on how to keep your families safe.  Read More Moonlight’s “Beauty and the Beast” Adds ShowDue to high ticket demand, The Moonlight has added an additional performance […]

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Vista Chamber Business Mixer

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The Vista Chamber Business Mixer is held on the second Wednesday of the month. Feel inspired and energized to succeed in your business goals! Be an inspiration to others! Keep your networking skills sharp and boost your visibility! Members and prospective members are welcome.

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First Day Of School For Vista Schools

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First Day of School is August 18, 2021! At Vista High School We look forward to having all of our students back on campus for the 2021 – 2022 school year! Registration will take place August 9 – August 12. During registration you will have your yearbook/ID photo taken, purchase any VHS gear and get […]

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ER David Workman Monday Morning Briefings

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Monday, August 02, 2021Monday Motivation“Reflect upon your present blessings — of which every man has many — not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” — Charles Dickens I was at a gathering a number of years ago where we began the meeting by sharing a blessing from our day.  It was going […]

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South Vista Communities Updates

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SVC LEADERS ELECTED FOR NEW YEARWith apologies to Kathy Bagwell, the Board of Directors for 2021-2022 lacked one important name – President Tazheen NizamVice President Francis DumlerSecretary Lynell CirannaTreasurer Pia RomanoAt large: Kathy BagwellLeonard FinkelStephanie JackelBill Martin Best wishes for a productive, satisfying new year! A NEW DAY FOR ALL OF USIn our most recent […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You – Acupuncture

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Megan Johnson McCullough — The 1970s introduced the exotic and interesting field of acupuncture to the world of medicine. Yet, this needle practice has been around for thousands of years in Chinese medicine. I have me a number of clients who use this form of treatment for various reasons, but have never fully understood the […]

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    Miracle Babies 13th Annual Superhero 5K & Family Fair

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    Funds Will Support Families with Critically Ill Newborns in the NICU San Diego, CA –The 13th Annual Miracle Babies Superhero 5K will take place in-person from 7am – 11am on Sunday, August 15, 2021 at NTC Park at Liberty Station in San Diego. All attendees are encouraged to grab their superhero cape and walk, run, […]

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    Taste Of Oceanside Tickets On Sale Now

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    Taste of Oceanside tickets on sale today Oceanside, CA — Downtown Oceanside’s premier culinary experience is back! MainStreet Oceanside presents the Seventh Annual Taste of Oceanside on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 2-5 p.m. Come taste your way through Oceanside’s exciting food and brew scene — one bite and sip at a time. Attendees can walk […]

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    Oceanside Chamber Communications Coordinator Receives W.A.C.E Academy Scholarship

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    Oceanside, CA – The Oceanside Chamber’s Communications Coordinator, Hana Gilbert, has been selected as one of the 2021 W.A.C.E. Academy scholarship recipients. Presented by the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.), the Academy will take place August 8th – 12th in Sacramento, CA. Gilbert is one of only 20 chamber professionals in the West to […]

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    Escondido Art Association Artists’ Reception

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    Escondido, CA — EAA Artists’ Reception –The public is invited to the monthly Escondido Art Association artists’ reception held at the Artists Gallery at 121 W. Grand Avenue, Escondido, on Saturday, August 14, 2021 from 4pm until 6:30pm. Come on by the gallery, meet the artists, and enjoy complimentary refreshments. All artwork in the gallery […]

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    Carlsbad Student Receives 2021 Sustainability Scholarship From Wheelhouse Credit Union

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    Scholarship Awarded to Local Environmental Trailblazers San Diego, CA – August, 2021 – Wheelhouse Credit Union (Wheelhouse) is helping the next generation of environmental trail blazers by awarding five scholarships of $1,000 each to college-bound students through its annual Sustainability College Scholarship Program. A leader in eco-friendly lending and community sustainability initiatives, Wheelhouse recognized graduating high […]

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    Monthly MainStreet Morning Meeting Are BACK!

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    Oceanside, CA — Our Monthly MainStreet Morning MeetingIS BACK!The MainStreet Morning Meeting is held on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m.  We welcome all parties interested in the progress of Downtown Oceanside, including businesspeople, residents, and City staff.  This informative one hour meeting is held in an informal discussion format.  The general public […]

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    Bonsall Woman’s Club Resumes Meetings In Person

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    Bonsall, CA –The Bonsall Woman’s Club (BWC) will open the new Club Year on Thursday, September 2nd with a special program.  The Club will be meeting at the Bonsall Community Center, 31505 Old River Road, in Bonsall.  The doors will open at 9:30 a.m. for a social hour with the business-portion starting at 10:00 a.m. […]

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    This Week In Carlsbad

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    This week in Carlsbad we are tracking increases in COVID-19 infections and following the County of San Diego in recommending that everyone wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status.In other news… Applications now available for vacant City Council seat Carlsbad’s new police chief coming to a park near you City Clerk to retire in August […]

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      Assemblymembe Waldron – Your Mental Health

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember  –As a member of the Assembly Committee on Health, promoting mental health for all has been one of my primary focuses as your State Representative. With our busy and sometimes overwhelming lives, it is important to take time to focus on your own mental well-being. Talking about it to a trusted person, or […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -We Have Water; Not the Will

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –Droughts are a fact of life in California and shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. Yet somehow we don’t seem capable of preparing for them. We are now in the second year of severe drought, and much of California’s agriculture, especially in the Central Valley, is facing devastation. The State Water […]

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      Senator Jones Skyrockets As Democrat Leaders Abandon Law-abiding Families

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      “Democrat politicians are letting violent criminals out early, lowering crime penalties, and cutting police budgets.” Sacramento, CA — tate Senator Brian Jones (R-Santee) today released the latest edition of his acclaimed “Are You Kidding Me?” (AYKM) video series questioning government actions and decisions that just don’t make any sense.Today’s AYKM discusses rising crime in California […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Fund Wildfire Prevention

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –Wildfire season is picking up in California and as the state awaits promised resources and funding, thousands of acres continue to burn every day. Vegetation clearance and forest management are critical in preventing wildfires. As your State Representative, advocating for additional funding for wildfire prevention programs remains one of my top priorities! Unfortunately, the Governor has largely […]

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      Rep. Levin Introduces Bill Allowing Veterans to Capitalize on Energy Efficient Homes

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      Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Representative Mike Levin (D-CA) announced his introduction of the Veteran Home Energy Savings Act, a bill to strengthen veterans’ ability to purchase homes by factoring their energy efficiency savings into the lending process. Currently, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) requires lenders participating in the VA Home Loan program to consider if […]

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      Reps. Levin & Moore Announce Bipartisan Legislation to Provide Veterans’ Clothing Allowance

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      Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Representatives Mike Levin (D-CA) and Barry Moore (R-AL) introduced the Mark O’Brien Clothing Allowance Improvement Act, a bipartisan bill to help veterans replace clothing that is routinely damaged by prosthetics, orthopedic devices, or skin medicines that they need as a result of active-duty injuries. A fact sheet on the bill is available here. The […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron Funding for Childcare and Youth

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      Sacramento, CA –Assemblymember Marie Waldron The CA 2021/22 budget passed last month, but a series of “trailer bills” to fund specific programs passed on July 15. Many of these were policy priorities for myself and for my caucus. Programs receiving funding ranged from foster youth to childcare and development programs, to housing and homelessness. Specifically, […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Resources to Help Finding a Job

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      Sacramento, CA –As California reopens in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Californians are returning to work. For many, finding work remains a challenge. Unemployed workers collecting unemployment benefits from the Employment Development Department are now once again required to search for work in order to continue receiving benefits. According to the most recent employment data for the State of California, […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Patricia: I can’t seem to eat meat as much anymore. I just can’t stomach it so I need other protein sources. What are good protein alternatives to meat? Megan: Protein is necessary for our body’s musculoskeletal system and to meet your energy demands. Other good sources include eggs, Greek yogurt, edamame, plant based meats, nuts, cheese, hummus, […]

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        Bumper Thomas Calabrese

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        Leatherneck’s Best Friend Thomas Calabrese–Pete DeAngelo grew up in Kansas City, Missouri in the 1950’s and mid-1960’s. His neighborhood was primarily comprised of Italian and Jewish immigrants and their first and second generation descendants. His father, Tony came over from Palermo, Sicily when he was just a teenager. He worked a series of low-paying manual […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jessica: I’m a caffeine drinker practically all day everyday. I hear mixed things, so is caffeine good or bad for you? Megan: Most research points towards the benefits of caffeine which can improve memory, energy, and mood. It has also been linked to lowering the risk for type 2 diabetes, and can reduce the risk of some […]

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        South Shore Beach – Thomas Calabrese

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        Tennis Club Steve Nielsen and Greg Whittington were assigned to Strike Team Bravo. It was comprised of a small and elite group of combat warriors from all branches of the Armed Forces. The existence of this unit was so secret that most people in the military and government did not even know about its existence. […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Liz: I’m the youngest person at my work, and the women around me discuss having mammograms. What age should females start having mammograms?? Megan: The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends mammogram screenings taking place starting at age 50. The American Cancer Society recommends screening starting at age 45. It is also important to have […]

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        Downrange Donny -Thomas Calabrese

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        Death Was His Only Extraction Point Thomas Calabrese — In military slang, downrange is a term for being deployed overseas, usually in a war zone.  It can also refer to the direction of fire or the direction of the target. Donald Serrano was a freshman at Palomar Junior College and living on Camp Pendleton when terrorists flew into the World Trade […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jason: Why do you have to be fasted when you get blood work done? Megan: Usually 8-12 hours before getting blood tests you are asked to fast because drinks and food can give incorrect results. This is because they contain nutrients, vitamins, and substances that could get into your bloodstream. Fasting gives more accurate results. […]

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        McQuade’s War – Thomas Calabrese

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        Kinetic Operation Thomas Calabrese — Definition: Kinetic operation is a euphemism for military action involving active warfare, including lethal force. The phrase is used to contrast between conventional military force and “soft” force, including diplomacy, sanctions and cyber warfare. The five largest ranches in Texas are; King Ranch, 825,000 acres, Briscoe Ranches, 650,000, acres, Waggoner Ranch, […]

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          North County Athletes MLB & Minor League Stats

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          David Willauer —St. Louis Cardinals 4 Cleveland Indians 3 SL Tommy Edman LCSD doubled for the Cards Cleveland LaJolla alum Bradley Zimmer had 2 singles New York Yankees 4 Tampa Bay Rays 3 Hillcrest alum Greg Allen doubled and scored a run. Cincinnati Reds 7 Chicago Cubs 4 USD alum Kris Bryant 1 home run […]

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          North County Athletes In MLB & Minor League Baseball Stats

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          David Willauer – Arizona Diamondbacks 7 Chicago Cubs 3 USD Toreros alum Kris Bryant tripled and singled for the Cubs. New York Yankees 4 Boston Red Sox 3 Hillcrest alum Greg Allen singled for the Bronx Bombers Cincinnati Reds 5 St. Louis Cardinals 3 LCDS alum Tommy Edman doubled for the Cards. Tampa Bay Rays […]

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          North County Athletes MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer — Kansas City Royals 6 Milwaukee Brewers 3 LaJolla alum Kyle Zimmer pitched one inning and walked for KC  New York Yankees 6 Philadelphia Phillies 5 Hillcrest alum Greg Allen doubled and an RBI for the Yanks.  Cleveland Indians 5 Houston Astros 4 LaJolla alum Bradley Zimmer singled for the Indians. Dunedin Blue […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB Baseball

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          David Willauer — Houston Astros 4 Cleveland Indians 3 LaJolla alum Bradley Zimmer singled for the Tribe. St. Louis Cardinals 8 Chicago Cubs 3 USD alum Kris Bryant had an RBI for the Cubs. SL Wilmington, DE Native Paul Goldschmidt had a solo home run and LaJolla alum Tommy Edman scored a run and walked […]

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          Mission Hills High School Annual Grizzly Boosters Fiesta

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          WHEN?    Saturday, August 7th, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM WHERE?  Walnut Grove – Red barn @ 1952 Sycamore Dr, San Marcos, CA 92069 COST?     $35 per person (includes entrance into the event, dinner & 2 drink tickets)                      Raffle tickets and extra drink tickets will be available for purchase at the door. WHO?      All proceeds directly […]

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          North County Athletes Minor League Baseball

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          Davis Willauer –-Buffalo Bison 4 Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 0 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak had 2 singles. Corpus Christi Hook 9 San Antonio Missions 5 Vista alum Korey Lee 1 single and 1 run scored for the Corpus Christi defeating the San Antonio Missions. St Paul Saints 7 Columbus Clippers 6 Ramona and Palomar alum […]

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          North County Athletes In Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer –Corpus Christi Honey Butter Biscuits 3 San Antonio Missions, 2 – get 3-2 win in 10. Hooks catcher, Vista alum Korey Lee, provided the heroics Wednesday with a 10th-inning walk-off single to beat the San Antonio Missions, 3-2, at Whataburger Field. Lee stepped up with the bases loaded and one out against Nick Kuzia and lofted a […]

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          Vista Little League Registration Open

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          Vista, CA — FALL BALL 2021 — Registration is open for the Fall 2021 Season. This is the time to get ready for Spring and play up a division. We will be offering T-Ball through Intermediate, spanning ages 4 – 13.  During the Fall season, there are no boundary restrictions and we do our best to […]

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            New Village Arts Presents STELLALUNA

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            Fully Staged Production for the Whole Family, Performed by Teenagers and Young Adults with NeurodiversityAugust 19–22 at The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch  Carlsbad, CA—New Village Arts (NVA), the professional theatre in the heart of Carlsbad that is the cultural hub of North County San Diego, presents a fully staged production of STELLALUNA, performed by […]

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            San Diego Rep Season 46 Announcement! Return to Live Theatre

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            Announcing Season 46The moment is upon us: the return of live theatre at the REP.   Now is the time after many months of electronic living, for our family of first-class artists to welcome you back to the Lyceum theatre with our hands and hearts wide open. Our new 2021-22 season offers a majestic sweep of […]

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            The Bench – Mojalet Dance Experience

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            Opening Mojalet’s 2021Summer Series in their new space Celebrated San Diego mime and movement artist Jerry Hager returns to Mojalet after a sold-out run of his solo show Red: Man, Rascal, Clown. For the world premier of The Bench, Hager joins with his daughter, Los Angeles theater artist Valerie Hager-Slavin, andaward-winning director Scott Slavin. A […]

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            Final Online Streaming Play for NC Repertory 39th Season

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            9th Season A Psychological Study of Obsession TR Robertson– Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Hjalmar Soderberg’s 1905 novella, Dr. Glas, now streaming through North Coast Repertory Theatre, will take viewers through a one-hour observation of one man’s struggle with lost love, obsessive desire, life and death conflicts and a warped commitment to a lost cause. A […]

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            San Diego Premiere of Something Rotten!

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            San Diego Premiere of Something Rotten! Ovation Theatre Performances: Friday August 6th – Sunday August 15th Ovation Theatre is proud to present the San Diego Premiere of Something Rotten! – a hilarious mash-up of twenty-first-century Broadway meets sixteenth-century Shakespeare featuring local performers from San Diego County including Broadway San Diego Awards Semi-Finalist, Evelyn Berry, and […]

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            San Diego Rep -See Our Trailer For 57 Chevy!

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            Watch our trailer for 57 Chevy! Get your tickets now for the streaming event of the summer! Available for viewing July 26 – August 15 Pay What You Can Prices, suggest at $35By Cris FrancoDirected by Herbert Siguenza & Sam Woodhouse It’s 1964 and ten-year-old Junior is in crisis because his Old World Mexican dad is […]

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            John Denver Tribute

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            Starring Jim Curry AUGUST 2, 2021@ 7:30 PM – AUGUST 3, 2021@ 2:00 PM – AUGUST 3, 2021 @ 7:30 PM Join acclaimed performer Jim Curry for this tribute to the music of one of the most beloved singer/songwriters ever to grace the stage. Jim Curry, whose voice was heard in the CBS-TV movie Take Me […]

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            Dr. Glas At North Coast Repertory Theatre

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            World Premier of Dr Glas Livestreamed production. Streaming July 21 to August 15, 2021. David Ellenstein, Artistic Director • Bill Kerlin, Managing Director North Coast Repertory Theatre987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite D Solana Beach CA

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