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World Premiere of “The Ballad of Johnny and June”

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At the Mandell Weiss Theatre at the La Jolla Playhouse TR Robertson – A slightly different and very entertaining look at the life of Johnny Cash and his wife June Carter Cash is taking place, until July 7th, on the Mandell Weiss Theatre Stage at the La Jolla Playhouse. The musical, book by Robert Cary […]

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Alta Vista Botanical Gardens -Kids In The Garden Class

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We hope you’ll join us! For KIDS IN THE GARDEN CLASS on July 13 at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens Nature Drawing and Watercolors  with Ms Donna! Our next Kids in the Garden class will be Saturday July 13 from 10 am to noon. We will learn about sketching, textures, and colors in nature.  We will take […]

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City of Vista News

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The Vista Fire Department to Host Fire Apparatus Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on Thursday The Vista Fire Department is excited to announce its Fire Apparatus Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, scheduled for Thursday, June 20, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Vista Civic Center, located at 200 Civic Center Drive. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place promptly at […]

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South Vista Communities – June Newsletter

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THE FUTURE OF GREEN OAK RANCHThe announcement several months ago that the trustees of Green Oak Ranch wanted to sell 110 of the ranch’s 138 acres, moving its ministry of residentinal recovery to the remaining property, has inspired an outpouring of comment and concern among South Vista residents. History: Green Oak Ranch has a rich […]

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Velocity News

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June 17, 2024 | Week 25 Vista Strawberry Festival Merch Did you miss the chance to snag some of the best berry-themed merch?  Don’t worry! You can now purchase our exclusive merchandise online. Simply visit our website using the link below, place your order, and pick up your items at the Vista Chamber office! Purchase Merch […]

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Speakeasy Comedy at CoLab Public House

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Speakeasy Comedy -July 20 2024 7:30 PM – 09:00 PM Join us Thursday, June 20th as we throw back some hooch & have a few laughs with headliner Daniel Eachus! He’ll be joined by a few of San Diego & LA’s funniest comedians, including RJ Sains, Natasha Collier, & host Louie Centanni!  Seating begins @ 6:30 PM, show starts @ 7:30 PM.  No […]

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American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of North County San Diego

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Almost everyone can name a family member, friend, neighbor, or coworker who has been touched by cancer. Or perhaps you are one of the millions of Americans living with a cancer diagnosis. This year we invite you to the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay for Life of North County San Diego. The event is more […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You – Heat vs Ice

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When to use & why Dr Megan Johnson McCullough -Heat and ice are natural at home remedies for many aches and pains. However, depending on your particular problem, there is a preferential treatment for alleviation. In general, heat increases blood flow which helps tight muscles to relax and helps stiff joints to loosen up. Ice […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    I wanted to provide an important update on the current situation at our border, which has become increasingly concerning over the past week. Since President Biden announced an executive order intended to curb illegal immigration, we have unfortunately witnessed the opposite effect. The number of individuals crossing into San Diego has remained the same, with […]

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    San Marcos Chamber News

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    Coffee Connections Wednesday, June 19 – 8AM – 9AM TailWag Resorts 2573 Kauana Loa Drive. Escondido, CA 9209 It’s not just a cup of coffee, but an opportunity to meet with other business professionals and community leaders, build new partnerships, make new friends, and exchange ideas in a comfortable and intimate environment. REGISTER Upcoming Chamber […]

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    All That Glitters Is Golden At June 2024 Don Diego Scholarship Foundation Gala

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    Del Mar, CA … Glitz, glitter and down-home glamour marked Don Diego Scholarship Foundation’s Rhinestone Roundup Gala at the San Diego County Fair on June 13, 2024. Some 200 guests, many attired in country western apparel, packed the Corona Beach House to celebrate Don Diego’s Class of 2024 Scholars, honor 22nd DAA CEO Carlene Moore […]

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    American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of North County San Diego

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    Almost everyone can name a family member, friend, neighbor, or coworker who has been touched by cancer. Or perhaps you are one of the millions of Americans living with a cancer diagnosis. This year we invite you to the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay for Life of North County San Diego. The event is more […]

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    What’s Up Downtown Oceanside

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    Onward Oceanside Online Community Forum – June 20, Online On Thursday, June 20th, the Onward Oceanside project team will hold an online community forum to share information and solicit input on the project deliverables. The final community engagement activity on GPU Phase 2 prior to public hearings in the fall, the forum will acquaint community members with […]

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    Adult 55 & Up E-bike Safety Class In Encinitas

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    Encinitas CA – The City of Encinitas, in partnership with the Scripps Injury Prevention Network offers an age 55-and-up specific e-bike/bike safety and skills class on Saturday, June 26 from 9am to 12pm at the Encinitas Community & Senior Center, located at 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas.  In this class, you will revisit the rules […]

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    SanDag Seeks Input On Potential Routes For Lossen Train Track Relocation

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    When:                   Tuesday, June 18 –  6-7:30 p.m. Where:                 San Diego Marriott Del Mar – 11966 El Camino Real, San Diego, CA 92130 What:                    SANDAG will host a public meeting for the Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) Rail Realignment project. During the meeting, the community is invited to provide comments on the environmental process, engage with the […]

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    Water Authority Wins $19.4 Million Federal Grant for Desal Plant Intake

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    June, 2024 – The U.S. Department of the Interior has awarded the San Diego County Water  Authority $19.4 million for permanent upgrades to the seawater intake at the Claude “Bud”  Lewis Carlsbad Desalination Plant through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.   “Securing federal funding is part of the Water Authority’s long-term strategy.  Maintaining critical infrastructure ensures the […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – California’s New Budget

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Last week, the Legislature passed the Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 -2025. The Governor will have until June 30 to sign the budget, which goes into effect July 1st.  Over the coming weeks/months, a series of trailer bills to fund specific programs must be passed, and since the Governor has line-item […]

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      Republican Senators Blast Budget Bill As “Irresponsible & Unrealistic’ 

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      Sacramento.CA – Democrats in the California legislature passed a placeholder state budget bill that represents little more than the hopes and dreams they have to spend money that may never come. With a voter-imposed constitutional deadline to pass a budget bill by June 15, this shell budget enables them to continue receiving pay, but accomplishes […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -As with so many issues involving medical research and healthcare, San Diego County is ground zero in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease. Currently, it is estimated that 84,000 persons are living with Alzheimer’s disease in San Diego County, a number that is expected to increase to 117,000 by 2030. Another 250,000 San […]

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      Leader Jones & Senator Becker Introduce Legislation Authorizing Psychedelic Medical Treatment

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      Heal Our Heroes Act Will Help Veterans and First Responders Sacramento, CA – -Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and Senator Josh Becker (D-Menlo Park) introduced the bipartisan “Heal Our Heroes Act” as Senate Bill 803, which creates a narrow pilot program for military veterans and first responders to access psilocybin or psilocyn for mental health […]

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Bipartisan Legislation Advances

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – This year, the “House of Origin Deadline” was May 24th, the final day for bills to pass the house in which they were first introduced – either the Assembly or the Senate.  Any bills that failed to pass by the 24th have died. Bipartisan bills that benefit all Californians often receive little […]

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      Supervisor Jim Desmond -Update on Efforts to Safely Remove Spent Nuclear Fuel

      By   3 weeks ago

      I wanted to update you on our critical efforts to ensure the safe removal and responsible management of spent nuclear fuel from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). The importance of this cannot be overstated. Safe and responsible management of spent nuclear fuel is essential for protecting public health, safeguarding our environment, and ensuring […]

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      Supervisor Jim Desmond -Join Me in Stopping the Gas Tax Increase

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      Today, I stood shoulder to shoulder with small business leaders and parents, united with the same message: the gas tax must be stopped. On July 1, the gas tax is set to increase by an additional 2 cents per gallon, bringing the total tax burden to a staggering 59.6 cents per gallon. We are already grappling with […]

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      Supervisor Jim Desmond -The State is Raising Our Electricity Bill

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      A few months back, I reached out to you regarding the State of California’s ill-conceived plan to charge electricity based on income. Thanks to our collective outcry, that proposal was rightfully defeated. However, our voices were not heard loud enough, as the state has now introduced a similar flawed scheme. The California Public Utilities Commission […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jennifer: I’m really focusing on meal prep, and I know I need to let go of sauces but it’s so hard. Which is worse…. ketchup or barbeque sauce? Megan: Ketchup may be the lesser of two evils. The key is the sugar content ketchup and BBQ sauces have in them. In one serving, ketchup has […]

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        The Sanctuary of the Faithful Heart – Thomas Calabrese

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         There Are No Old People in Heaven Thomas Calabrese – Danny Allison grew up in the small farm town of Carlsbad, California in the 1930’s. The entire country had been going through some difficult times starting with the stock market crash of 1929 and his family was luckier than most. His parents had steady employment […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Kirk: I like bell peppers a lot and it’s one of the few vegetables I will eat. What are the health benefits of eating bell peppers? Megan: There are many reasons bell peppers are good for us including all the vitamins and minerals they contain, antioxidants, helping with iron absorption, and helping with your eyes […]

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        Evil Has Its Own Agenda

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        I Still Play By My Rules Thomas Calabrese -Naval Air Station, Sigonella in Sicily, Italy is often called ‘The Hub of the Med’ because 23 countries keep squadrons, Special Forces and various support units on this base. Alexandra Papadopoulous was a fighter pilot with the 335th Squadron of the Greek Air Force. She exuded sensuality, […]

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        The Candy Apple Woman and the Dandelion Man – Thomas Calabrese

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        A Golden Opportunity Thomas Calabrese – It was 1955 in the small town of Vista, California located in northern San Diego County and bordered by Oceanside to the west and San Marcos to the east. Richie Myers was five years-old and one of the great joys of his summer was riding his bicycle with his […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Cindy: Is it true how ripe a banana affects your blood sugar level?? Megan: Bananas that are more ripe actually do cause blood sugar to rise faster versus a more yellow/green banana. The more ripe the banana, the more sugar and less resistant starch it has, so this means it is higher on the glycemic […]

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        Bittersweet at Best -Thomas Calabrese

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        A Lot More to be Grateful For Thomas Calabrese – Santino Costello was only twelve years-old when he emigrated from Italy to America after World War II. He was orphaned when his family was killed on May 16, 1944 during the Battle of Monte Cassino. Santino barely spoke any English when he was processed through […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Nick: I’ve been following a meal plan and on the list of foods it says rolled oats. What is the difference between rolled oats and oatmeal??  Megan: They are the same type of oat so they are the same thing. Some brands just label them differently. They’re interchangeable, so you can shop for either at […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB& Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer –Chicago White Sox 2 Houston Astros 1 Vista and Cal alum Korey Lee 1 run scored 2 walks for the Chi Sox.  Milwaukee Brewers 6 Anaheim Angels 3 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak 1 single and 1 run scored for the Angels.  Oakland A’s 7 Kansas City Royals 5 Poway alum Kyle Nevin […]

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          San Diego Local Baseball Players in MLB and MILB

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          David Willauer –Pittsburgh Pirates 3 Minnesota Twins 0 Poway alum Connor Joe 1 home run for the Bucs. Gwinnett Stripers 10 Durham Bulls 1 LCC alum Phil Evans 1 double 1 rbi 1 single for the Stripers. Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp 10 Charlotte Knights 4 Rancho Bernardo alum Wynton Bernard 1 home run for the Knights. […]

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          San Diego Athletes in Baseball MLB & MILB

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          David Willauer – Philadelphia Phillies 2 Milwaukee Brewers 0 Torrey Pines alum Garrett Stubbs 2 walks and 1 run scored for the Phillies. Pittsburgh Pirates 10 Los Angeles Dodgers 6 PITT: Poway alum Connor Joe 1 walk 1 run scored. Toronto Blue Jays 3 Baltimore Orioles 2 Christian alum Kyle Stowers 1 single for the […]

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          North County Baseball Report for 5-30-24

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          David Willauer-New York Mets 3 Arizona Diamondbacks 2 AZ: El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came in relief for the D backs as he pitched 0.2 innings and struck out 1 batter. Washington Nationals 3 Atlanta Braves 1 Rancho Bernardo alum Trevor Williams improves his record to 5-0 for the Nats. Hillsboro Hops 4 Eugene Emeralds […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB, Minor League Baseball & CIF Girls Softball

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          David Willauer –Anaheim Angels 2 Houston Astros 1 LCC alum Mickey Moniak 1 walk 1 run scored. Toronto Blue Jays 9 Chicago White Sox 2 Cathedral Catholic alum Nick Nastrini is the loser for the Sox at 0-3. Colorado Rockies 4 Oakland A’s 3 COL: USD alum Kris Bryant came back from an injury as […]

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          Lady Warriors Of Fallbrook Won Their Division II CIF Girls Lacrosse Title

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-5-20-24- For the first time in school history the Lady Warriors of Fallbrook won their Division II CIF Girls Lacrosse Title by defeating the Lady Ravens of Canyon Crest by a 14-12 score.   “We are ecstatic about the results of our hard work this season.  What a great way to end it.  We have […]

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          Carlsbad Lancers Win First Girls LaCrosse Title On School History

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          Friday 05/17 at 7 pm – Scripps Ranch High School – 2023/24 D1 Championship Game Final score: Carlsbad 9, Del Norte 8 (OT) Junior Lisa Magill (Towson) scored five goals, including the goal to tie the game at the end of regulation, and the goal to win it in overtime. Freshman Ella Avery scored two […]

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          San Diego Athletes and CIF Baseball News

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          David Willauer – San Marcos 3 LaJolla Country Day School 2 The Knights of San Marcos broke a 2-2 tie as they scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th to win the game.  Ethan Martinez, Evan Hall and Steven Pitman scored for San Marcos.  Torrey Pines 4 Carlsbad 1 TP:  Chase Klemke […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company to Honor CJ Dimento & Ralph Johnson at Annual Gala

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            Hosted by Ted Lange of TV’s “The Love Boat” on September 21 Oceanside, CA June, 2024 – Oceanside Theatre Company (OTC) is excited to honor Actor Ralph Johnson with the second annual Kathy Brombacher Lifetime Theatre Achievement Award and Arts Leader C. J. Dimento with the inaugural Hattie “Sunshine” Brooks Award for elevating and enhancing the arts in […]

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            One Night Only: Only A Few Tickets Left!

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            North Coast Rep Presents The Peter Sprague Quartet June 17th at 7:30 PM The Peter Sprague Quartet explores the jazz tradition of improvisation but with a slightly different spin – they bring their jazz viewpoint to songs that resonate with the boomers. They start with The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, James Taylor, and […]

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            New Village Arts Presents THE COLOR PURPLE

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            BASED UPON THE NOVEL WRITTEN BY ALICE WALKER AND THE WARNER BROS./AMBLIN ENTERTAINMENT MOTION PICTURE Book by MARSHA NORMANMusic and Lyrics byBRENDA RUSSELL ALLEE WILLIS STEPHEN BRAYTHE COLOR PURPLE was produced on Broadway at the Broadway Theater by OprahWinfrey, Scott Sanders, Roy Furman, and Quincy Jones. The world premiere of THECOLOR PURPLE was produced by […]

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            Camelot Is A Must See!

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            A THEATRICAL GEM! A MUST SEE! The Timeless Tale of Camelot North Coast Repertory Theatre987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite D Solana Beach, CA(858) 481-1055 | northcoastrep.org

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            Award Winning Musical “Camelot” On Stage At North Coast Repertory

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            TR Robertson   -The timeless Lerner and Loewe musical, “Camelot”, has taken over the Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre stage with all of the memorable songs from the last musical they collaborated on. Lerner and Loewe are responsible for some of the most popular musicals in the history of musicals. Their work includes “My Fair […]

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            Sight & Sound

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            Museum Opening and Musica en la Plaza THIS Friday! Join Us for an Unforgettable Evening with the Opening Reception of “A Practical Guide to Modest Magic” and Mariachi Garibaldi de Jaime Cuéllar LIVE! May 31st – Time: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM We’re thrilled to invite you to a special evening at the California Center for the Arts, […]

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            Oceanside Theatre -Sounds of the Summer: Swinging Serenades, Rockin’ Revival and More

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            Step into a world of timeless elegance and rhythmic enchantment with “Swinging Serenades: An Evening of Timeless Classics.” Join OTC for a captivating journey through the golden age of jazz as a 7-piece band and four talented vocalists breathe new life into the most beloved melodies of yesteryear. Vocalists include 2023 & 2024 Season talents: […]

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            A Theatrical Gem! A Must See! The Timeless Tale of Camelot

            By   3 weeks ago

            North Coast Repertory Theatre987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite D Solana Beach, CA(858) 481-1055 | northcoastrep.org

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