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Legion Riders 365 Gift Exchange & Ugly Sweater Party

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Vista, CA —The Legion Riders 365 White Elephant Gift Exchange & Ugly Sweater Party on Saturday, December 11th with gift exchange 7:30 PM. Come and bring a wrapped gift ($25-$35) and enjoy the fun. American Legion Post 365 – 1234 South Santa Fe, Vista, CA 92031

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Sunrise Vista Kiwanis Club – Hands Out Books During Vista Christmas Parade

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Vista, CA –Members of the Sunrise Vista Kiwanis Club joined with Key Club members from Mission Vista and Rancho Buena Vista High schools to distribute 2,500 books along the Vista Holiday Parade route on Dec. 4. The donated books, collected by the Kiwanis Club, went to children of all ages. The 40-member service club meets […]

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Missing Person At Risk

By   2 days ago

Marilyn Newman, 75, last seen on Monday morning. The Vista Sheriff’s Station wants your help in locating a 75-year-old woman who went missing from a senior living facility in Vista. Marilyn Newman left the facility located in the 2000 block of W. Vista Way around 7:30 a.m. on Monday, December 6.  She never returned.  Facility […]

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Favorite Christmas Movies to Get That Christmas Spirit

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TR Robertson-As the Holiday season approaches, one of the favorite activities many families and individuals take part in is going through their Christmas movie collection or finding what holiday movies are showing on the various cable networks and settling back to spend an evening watching these movies that have a special place in their hearts. […]

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Jingle Bells City of Vista

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November 26 – December 23, 2021Nightly from 5:30 pm to 9 pmBrengle Terrace Park, 1200 Vale Terrace DriveFREE!    Google Map Link ACCESS THE JINGLE TERRACE PARK SOUNDTRACK The City’s annual drive-thru event features holiday-themed light displays along the driving loop in Brengle Terrace Park. Visitors will be captivated by the displays of holiday lights depicting […]

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City of Vista News

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First Public Hearing on Redistricting Dec. 14The City is beginning the process of adjusting City Council district boundaries to reflect local population changes shown in the 2020 Census. The first public hearing is December 14 at 6 pm in the Civic Center. READ MORE Be Fire Smart with these Christmas Tree TipsAs you deck the halls […]

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Parkinson’s Association Empowerment Day Provides Education and Hope – Part 1

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TR Robertson –After taking a year off due to COVID, the Parkinson’s Association of San Diego recently held their 4th Empowerment Day Conference educating people living with Parkinson’s disease and their caregivers about the disease, the current treatments, and medications available, ways to deal with the disease, how caregivers can help in the treatment and […]

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Moonlights “Miracle on 34th Street: A Radio Play” A Perfect Holiday Treat

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TR Robertson –Moonlight Stage Productions is presenting their first holiday production in the 40-year history of producing amazing, uplifting, quality entertainment for theatre lovers of all ages. Currently on the Avo Theatre stage in Downtown Historic Vista is “Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play”, adapted from the 1947 Lux Radio Broadcast heard […]

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    Holiday Gift Market Canceled December 9th

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    Oceanside, CA — Morning Farmers Market OPEN tomorrow rain or shine. Holiday Gift Market canceled Dec. 9 Due to unstable weather patterns and the chance of rain tomorrow, we made the difficult decision to cancel the Holiday Gift Market for Dec. 9. The Oceanside Morning Farmers Market WILL BE OPEN Thursday rain or shine! OCEANSIDE […]

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    Recycle Right for the Holidays Guide

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    A Guide for Eco-Friendly Practices and Recycling This Gifting Season Join the upcoming holiday webinar Celebrate Sustainably: Gifts and Glitz on December 8, 2021. San Diego, CA– December, 2021 – Getting back together with family and friends is cause for celebration. As residents of San Diego County enjoy a season full of holiday traditions, I […]

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    City Of Oceanside -Water Technology Day 2021

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    Pure Water Oceanside Hosts Minister For The Environment Of Denmark & Water Technology Alliances To Sign Water Collaboration Agreement Water Technology Day 2021 Celebrates Regional and International Infrastructure Innovation, Leadership and Teamwork Oceanside, CA, December, 2021 – The City of Oceanside welcomed Minister for the Environment of Denmark Lea Wermelin and her accompanying water technology […]

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    San Marcos Chamber News

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    Week of December 7, 2021 Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, drawings and an evening of cheer. The San Marcos Chamber’s spirited mixers bring together a packed house of professionals from a variety of industries and company sizes to network, build relationships and have fun -all while checking out an exciting new location every month.  […]

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    La Maestra Community Health Centers Holds Annual Gift & Toy Drive for Patients in Need  

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    San Diegans Can Drop off Donations at any of the 35 Mission Fed Branches Across the County  La Maestra Community Health Centers has teamed up with Mission Fed Credit Union on its annual Toy and Gift Drive to provide holiday joy for patients in need. Through December 13th, San Diegans can drop off toys and gifts at any Mission Fed branch. The collections boxes will be available at all 35 branches across San […]

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    Frontwave President/CEO Bill Birnie Named One of San Diego’s Most Influential Leaders

    By   2 days ago

    Oceanside, CA – Frontwave Credit Union is proud to announce President/CEO Bill Birnie has been named to the San Diego Business Journal’s SD500, an annual list of the most influential leaders in San Diego. From civic and lifestyle champions, to pioneers in finance, technology, and life sciences, the SD500 are billed as the human capital […]

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    No Supply Chain Shortages At Upcoming Gifs Galore! Sale

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    Oceanside, CA–The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library will hold a Gifts Galore! Books and More! Sale on Saturday, December 11 in the Civic Center Library Community Rooms at 330 N. Coast Highway.  The sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for Friends Members, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the general public.  Gifts […]

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    The Nutcracker with Live Orchestra -California Center For The Arts

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    The Nutcracker Presented by West Coast Ballet Theaterand San Elijo Dance & Music Academy Saturday, December 18 at 2pmSunday, December 19 at 2pm North County’s best Nutcracker, a warm hearted, highly entertaining holiday tradition! CCAE’s longest running Nutcracker with a live orchestra is a child’s holiday dream come to life. Guest Artists and the stars of tomorrow from San Elijo Dance & […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron-An Important Voice For Good Governance

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –California’s State Auditor, Elaine Howle, is retiring after 21 years. The Auditor’s office is an invaluable resource, investigating inefficiency and waste, along with fraud and abuse in government agencies. Over the years, Ms. Howle has not shied away from some of the most contentious issues/failures of state government. Examples include probes into […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Keeping Your Home Insured

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –It’s always fire season in California. Unfortunately, we’ve had multiple, catastrophic wildfires in our state and region in recent years to prove it. As a result, many homeowners in the 75th Assembly District and throughout the state have had their insurance canceled, frequently due to their home’s location in Very High Fire Hazard […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Giving Thanks

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — In this season of Thanksgiving, we have a great deal to be thankful for. Despite the many challenges California has faced over the last year, we have also seen many triumphs, including advances in wildfire protection and water storage here in the 75th Assembly District. When we give thanks to our Creator for the many blessings bestowed […]

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      Aaaseblymember Waldron – Protecting Women, Promoting Families

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember — As only the 138th woman elected to the California State Legislature, I am dedicated to prioritizing women and families as the center of a strong community. Unfortunately, women and families have been overlooked for far too long. It’s critical that they receive the assistance they need to flourish in our state. The Legislature has passed a number […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Native American Heritage Month

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –On November 15th, I was proud to participate in Pechanga Pu’éska Mountain Day, celebrated by the Pechanga Tribe and the City of Temecula since 2012. During an 8-year battle to save their birth place and sacred mountain from an open-pit gravel operation, the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians and the City joined in […]

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      Rep. Levin’s Legislation to Rename San Diego Veterans Affairs Medical Center after Woman Veteran Passes The House

      By   3 weeks ago

      Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Levin’s (D-CA) legislation to rename the San Diego Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center after U.S. Army CPT Jennifer M. Moreno, a highly-decorated combat veteran from San Diego who was killed in action during a deployment to Afghanistan in October 2013, passed in the House of Representatives with unanimous support. In November 2020, […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Supporting Our Veterans

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –Last Thursday was Veterans Day, or Armistice Day to an older generation, originally commemorating the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month when the guns fell silent in World War One. It’s a day we set aside to honor our veterans, with speeches and parades. But we need to do more Going […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Unclogging The Ports

      By   4 weeks ago

      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember The crisis at the San Pedro Port Complex is sending shockwaves across the nation. San Pedro handles 40% of all containerized cargo that enters the United States, making it the primary gateway for U.S. trade to Asia. Unfortunately, cargo is piling up at California’s terminals, limiting supplies and increasing costs exponentially. With the Holiday […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Laura: The joys of holiday weight gain have hit me. How much do people tend to gain this time of year?  Megan: Most people gain around 2-3 pounds during the holidays from the excess caloric, sugar, and fat intake. Others gain more or less, it all depends on portion control and activity level. The general concept is […]

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        Angels With Dirty Hands -Thomas Calabrese

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        The Unholy Alliance Thomas Calabrese — The two young boys grew up in the neighborhood outside the back gate of Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, two blocks from the intersection of Vandegrift Boulevard and North River Road.  Glenn Marlowe’s father was a former Marine and now worked as a civilian employee for Facilities Maintenance on […]

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        Ask the Pro

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        Pam: I wish my stomach was flatter and no I need to eat right. In your opinion, what is the most effective ab exercise I should do?  Megan: Well if you train with me at my studio you would know I love sit ups and the plank. So it’s a tie for me because sit […]

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        Take Without Forgetting – Thomas Calabrese

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        Give Without Remembering Thomas Calabrese- Nick Holmes looked back on his Marine Corps career with a mixture of emotions. He was glad that he went in the military, but wasn’t sure if he had in him to do it all over again. Nick did was what required of him, but there was nothing spectacular or […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Suzan: I asked my coworker if she wanted to start doing the stairs or walk after work with me. She said she had a-fib and didn’t think it was a good idea. What does that mean?  Megan: She was referring to AFib which is atrial fibrillation. This is a condition that occurs when the upper […]

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        Wolfe Was On The Prowl -Thomas Calabrese

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        Happy Thanksgiving Thomas Calabrese –Some men are born to serve and others are born to lead and a very few are born to do both. Actor James Stewart became one of the few Americans to ever rise from private to colonel in only four years during World War II. The path for Spencer Wolfe wasn’t […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Andrew: What’s the difference between muscle contraction and extension? I hear it at the gym.  Megan: When it comes to the muscles and bones, extension means stretching out or elongating the bone or muscle. Contraction is flexing or bringing the bones or muscles into the same straight line. You can also think of it in terms […]

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        Self-Reliant Warrior – Thomas Calabrese

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        No Ordinary Guy Thomas Calabrese — There are voices that we only hear in solitude. They echo through the canyons and over mountains in our minds, but grow faint and inaudible when we are no longer alone. Living according to one’s notions of goodness is easy in our own imaginations, but it takes a truly […]

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          Two North County College Players In New Years Rose Bowl

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          David Willauer –Rose Bowl Game Presented by Capital One Venture X (New Year’s Six Bowl) 2 local San Diego Athletes will be competing against each other. Mission Hills alum Chris Olave for Ohio State and Devin Lloyd who named MVP 2021 Pac 12 Football Title game with a 34 yard interception. No. 6 Ohio State […]

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          Jimmy Hamada Invitational at LaCosta Canyon

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          David Willauer –LaCosta Canyon 13th place with 83 points 113 Makai Ito 4th place; 160 Sepulveda Brae 7th place; 160 Anthony Perez 5th place; 182 Cooper Mau 6th place; 195 Mason Blue 8th place  Oceanside 31st place with 38 points William Montana placed 4th at 285 pounds.  San Marcos 18th place with 72.5 points 170-Louie Sanchez 7th place; […]

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          North County Schools Participate In Jimmy Hamada Wrestling Tournament

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-12-3-21:  The following North County School have competed in Day 1 of the Jimmy Hamada Wrestling Tournament that is held at LaCosta Canyon High School.  Here are the team scores after quarter final round:  15.  LaCosta Canyon 43 points18  San Marcos 37.5 points 25.  Fallbrook 27 points 27 San Pasqual 23 pointsTie for 29 Oceanside 23 37 […]

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          Vista Boys Basketball Scoring

          By   5 days ago

          David Willauer —Vista 48 Lincoln 42Benji Hilstock 12 & 8 asts; LaCiya Garrett 4; Robert Friend 8 pts & 8 rbs; Derik Delgado 2; Cyprian Hyde 20pts, 8 rbs & 2 blocks. Vista 48 Aliso Niguel 61Cyprian Hyde 14 pts;  Benji Hilstock 13 pts;  LaCiya Garrett 6 pts;  Zach Thomas 5 pts;  Robert Friend 3 […]

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          CSUSM Women’s & Men’s Basketball

          By   7 days ago

          CSUSM Closes Out 2021 Home Schedule This Week11/30/2021 | Women’s Basketball The RV/NR Cal State San Marcos women’s basketball team (3-1, 1-0 CCAA) will play its final home games of 2021 this week, hosting Cal State Dominguez Hills (1-4, 0-1 CCAA) on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and Cal State East Bay (5-1, 1-0 CCAA) on […]

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          Spartan Women’s Basketball Opens Season

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          After a long break due to the Covid-19 pandemic the MiraCosta women’s basketball team returned to the court last weekend at the San Bernardino Valley College tournament.  Although the team is made up primarily of freshmen, the expectations are high and they didn’t disappoint.  In their first game of the season the Spartans took on […]

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          Vista Freshman Basketball “Feast Week” at Foothill High School in Santa Ana 

          By   2 weeks ago

          Daniel LangfordSEAS Special EducationHead Freshman Boys Basketball We are currently playing in “Feast Week” at Foothill High School in Santa Ana. Game Scores:Monday, Vista 43 Capo Valley 38 (Mission Viejo)Notables: L. Garrett 5 pts; B Hilstock 14 pts;G. Molina 4 pts; R. Friend 12 pts; Cyprian Hyde 8 pts, 13 rbs. Tuesday, Vista 77 Fairmont (San […]

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          RB Jalen Shaw & Quarterback Jim Leatherwood Make History For Scripps Ranch

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Chick Embry Field at Wilson Stadium-Escondido High School-Escondido, CA: For the first time in school history Scripps Ranch has won the 2021 CIF Division III Football Title. The last time these 2 schools met was early on August 27th where the Falcons won 52-51 score. In the shootout on Scripps Ranch’s football […]

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            San Diego Musical Theatre 2022 Season

            By   6 days ago

            SDMT 2022 Season Release! Click here to view our 2022 season release! San Diego Musical Theatre | 4650 Mercury Street, San Diego, CA 92111

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            The Broadway Theatre Is Back, Baby

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            Vista, CA –The Dollmaker World Premier is based in Charles Dickens on Dec 2+18 at 7:30 pm and Dec4 -19 2:00 pm. Tickets $25.

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            Celebrate the Holidays!!

            By   3 weeks ago

            Always… Patsy Cline Created and originally directed by Ted SwindleyDirected by Allegra Libonati Featuring Becky Barta & Katie Karel Based on a true story December 8, 2021 – January 2, 2022 A dramatic musical theatrical experience, ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE has enjoyed great success all over the United States including a successful run off-Broadway. The show is based on a true story of Patsy’s […]

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            Next up at Cygnet Theatre: A Christmas Carol

            By   3 weeks ago

            A SAN DIEGO HOLIDAY TRADITION CONTINUES WITH CYGNET THEATRE’S A CHRISTMAS CAROLThe seventh season features new cast members and new hope after a difficult period for theatre-goers, as well as free ticket opportunities for students and healthcare workers. SAN DIEGO, CA – A Christmas Carol returns to Cygnet Theatre for its seventh season of cheer. It has become […]

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            Old Globe Announces Ebenezer Scrooge Christmas Show

            By   4 weeks ago

            San iego (November, 2021) — The Old Globe announced today the cast and creative team for Ebenezer Scrooge’s BIG San Diego Christmas Show, which began rehearsals last week. The Scrooge parody, set in San Diego, is based on A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, and is written by Gordon Greenberg (Globe’s The Heart of Rock & Roll and Working, London’s Guys and Dolls and Barnum) and Steve Rosen (The Other Josh Cohen, The Curious […]

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            Theatre School At North Coast Repertory Presents The Gift of Magi

            By   4 weeks ago

            Solana Beach, CA. The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep presents the holiday play, The Gift of the Magi. Exciting and heartwarming, this new theatrical adaptation by director Phillip Korth brings to life Della and Jim’s fateful Christmas together in New York City at the turn of the 20th century. With only $1.87 to spare, […]

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            BEN BUTLER: The Critics are RAVING!!

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            Extended by Popular Demand!!   Now Through November 21st!!!   “Ben Butler, must see thought provoking, Broadway Quality entertainment.”  – Kathy Carpenter, LA Splash Magazine Buy Your Tickets Today “Thanks to canny writing, thoughtful direction by David Ellenstein and committed performances by its four-member cast, “Ben Butler” is not only funny, it’s also an entertaining character study […]

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