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Picking The Best T.V. Comedy Duos of All Time

By   29 mins ago

TR Robertson — Comedy has been a mainstay of entertainment since the days of vaudeville & silent film. Ever since comedians like Charlie Chaplan and Buster Keaton hit the screen, audiences have laughed at the antics of classic comedy routines as a way to sit back and enjoy themselves for a few hours. Eventually studios […]

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City Of Vista News

By   31 mins ago

Tune in to May 11 City Council MeetingThe agenda for the next City Council meeting on 5/11 is available. The third quarter financial report will be discussed. The report is a “snapshot in time” reflecting the City’s financial picture. Read More Broadband Service Discount ProgramThe Emergency Broadband Benefit Program will provide eligible households with discounts […]

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Vista Community Clinic Wins Challenge To Promote Pediatric Care – Prepares for Launch

By   34 mins ago

Vista, CA — Vista Community Clinic (VCC) has been chosen as one of only 50 healthcare centers, country wide, to win a $10,000 prize in the first round of the “P4 Challenge” (Promoting Pediatric Primary Prevention) courtesy of the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA). The community clinic won for their innovative approach to increasing […]

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Connect With Members & Grow Your Network

By   36 mins ago

Vista, CA –There is no cost to members and prospective members to participate.We will utilize the breakout room feature, and you will have the opportunity to get to know the participants on a deeper level. This is a great opportunity to connect with other Chamber members and the business community.Register in advance for your Zoom […]

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ER David Workman Monday Morning Briefings

By   40 mins ago

Greetings friends, Monday Motivation“Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.”  – Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson always had a way of “cutting to the chase.” Thanks to Cinco de Mayo and Mother’s Day TeamsI have to say a big THANK YOU to the many F&B staff and […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You – Deoderant vs Antiperspirant

By   2 days ago

Megan Johnson McCullough -Deodorants are applied to the arm pits, feet, and other body parts to prevent body odor (BO) from making its smelly presence. Their purpose is to eliminate odor and control sweat near the underarms. When a person excessively sweats, using an antiperspirant might be a consideration. The primary difference between these two […]

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Vista American Legion Weekly Menu…

By   2 days ago

Vista, CA —A great week at the Post Sunday is Mothers Day – Lobster Benedict!! On Saturday May 15 we will have the 2nd Nominations and Final Voting for the new Post Officers for Post 365.Attend and VOTE!

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Short History of Mother’s Day

By   4 days ago

TR Robertson — Mother’s Day will soon be celebrated in the United States, this year on Sunday, May 9th. Mother’s Day is traditionally a celebration honoring mothers, motherhood, and the influence of mothers in our society. Over 50 countries in the world celebrate Mother’s Day. Historically, the celebration of mother’s dates back thousands of years. […]

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    San Diego Author Rises from Homelessness to Bestseller List

    By   6 mins ago

    Before Mikel J. Wilson became a best-selling mystery writer, he had a bigger case to crack: How would he survive? Like many young people with a dream of making it big in Hollywood, Wilson dropped out of college and hopped on a bus from Nashville to Los Angeles. And like a lot of people, he […]

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    Oceanside Amateur Photography Contest

    By   52 mins ago

    Oceanside, CA –The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library are hosting a photography contest during the month of May and invite community members ages 18 and over to participate.  The contest is for amateur photographers in Oceanside and surrounding areas.  The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library are looking for photographs taken within the City […]

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    Oceanside Public Library HUGE Used Book Sale

    By   54 mins ago

    Oceanside, CA –The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library will hold a Huge Book Sale fundraiser on Saturday, June 5, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., behind the Civic Center Library at 602 Civic Center Drive in Oceanside.  The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library are preparing to move from their current book sale […]

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    Frontwave Credit Union Celebrates First Female Marine Graduates from MCRD San Diego

    By   56 mins ago

    Oceanside, CA – Frontwave Credit Union is proud to welcome the first-ever platoon of female Marines graduating from Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) San Diego to the Frontwave family. The 53 new Marines, part of Lima Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, graduated from boot camp at MCRD San Diego on Thursday, May 6, 2021. For […]

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    City of Oceanside Celebrates Water Awareness Month With Virtual Reality Video

    By   58 mins ago

    Video provides a 360-degree look at Oceanside’s Water Reclamation Facility in anticipation of opening the first advanced purified water project in San Diego County Oceanside, CA, May, 2021 – To celebrate “Water Awareness Month” this May and highlight the value of water, the City of Oceanside is unveiling its new virtual reality video tour. The […]

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    Service Line Protection Available For Oceanside Homeowners

    By   59 mins ago

    Oceanside, CA –Since June 2020, the City of Oceanside has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer protection to City homeowners for the water and sewer service lines that connect their homes to the City’s utility systems. The service line coverage is voluntary and available at affordable monthly prices. Founded in 2003, […]

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    Tri-City Medical Center Community Connections

    By   4 days ago

    COASTAL Call OutNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Youth CouncilTri-City is proud to highlight our partnership with the NAACP Youth and College Division North San Diego County Unit 1813 as part of our COASTAL Commitment initiative. As a long-standing partner of the NAACP, we continue to assist in the development of their youth leadership council.Learn more […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

    By   4 days ago

    May 6th, 2021 – It seems like every day we are getting closer and closer to a normal way of living (and working). Although, “normal” probably won’t ever be what we all remember. On Tuesday, city staff gave an update to the City Council on the city’s COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, which included several […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Preparing for Outages

      By   1 hour ago

      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember  –Devastation from California’s wildfires has reached an all-time high in recent years. In 2020 alone, over 4 million acres burned in 9,600 fires, claiming 31 lives. The economic costs to homeowners, utilities, ratepayers, insurers, and local governments has been catastrophic. While local utility infrastructure has accounted for less than ten percent of wildfires in California’s history, […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Honoring – And Helping – our Veterans

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – May is National Military Appreciation Month, with several observances honoring our veterans and their families, including Military Spouse Appreciation Day on May 7th, Armed Forces Day on May 15th and Memorial Day on May 31st. Honoring the service and sacrifice of our active-duty military and our veterans is important, but supporting […]

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      Committee Holds Bill to Delay Prop. 19

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      Sacramento, CA –– The Senate Governance and Finance Committee did not take action on Senate Bill 668 by Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) yesterday that would delay the implementation date of a provision of Proposition 19 (2020) to February 16, 2023. The committee’s chair, Senator Mike McGuire (D-Healdsburg), instead pledged to work with Senator Bates on addressing the issues […]

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      Senate Confirmation of CHP Commissioner Amanda Ray

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      Sacramento, CA — The California State Senate today voted to confirm Amanda Ray as the 16th Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the first woman and second African American to lead the department of more than 11,000 members. Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel), the vice chair of the Senate Rules Committee that reviewed Commissioner […]

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      Senator Wilk Urges Congress to Protect Retirement Benefits For Those Turning 60 During Pandemic

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      Sacramento, CA-– Senator Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) announces the introduction of Senate Joint Resolution 5 (SJR 5), urging the federal government to immediately pass a correction to the Social Security formula to protect benefits for millions of Americans who turned 60 during the pandemic. These individuals can expect a dramatic hit to their Social Security benefits due to […]

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      Senate Committee Rejects Prop. 13 Reform & $348 Million for Essential Services

      By   4 days ago

      SACRAMENTO – The Senate Governance and Finance Committee today rejected Senate Bill 706 by Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) on a partisan vote that would have corrected an outdated interpretation of property “change of ownership” that has been part of the long running debate around commercial property and Proposition 13 (the 1978 initiative that limited property tax […]

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      Senator Jones Protecting Foster Kids From Child Labor Trafficking Passes Senate

      By   4 days ago

      Sacramento, CA –A measure authored by Senator Brian W. Jones (R-Santee), based on recommendations of the California Little Hoover Commission and the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, was approved unanimously by the State Senate “We’ve seen that foster kids in particular are vulnerable to being targeted by criminals for child labor trafficking,” stated Senator […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Priorities For The Future

      By   7 days ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron — As the constitutionally mandated June 15th deadline for passing a balanced budget nears, discussions in Sacramento about spending priorities are ramping up. California is facing a variety of challenges. First of all, we must get the economy up and running again, and we can use our budget surplus to help bring back […]

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        Rich And Unknown Thomas Calabrese

        By   2 days ago

        Never About The Money Thomas Calabrese — The odds against winning the Powerball lottery are about one in 292 million, and Mega Millions is even worse, one in about 303 million. The federal government will take 24% right off the bat of winning 5,000 dollars or more. The state taxing authority will likely have its […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   6 days ago

        Jeff: I want my wife to start going to the gym with me and lift weights not just do cardio while I’m in the weight area. She thinks she will get too bulky but I told her that isn’t true. What should I tell her?? Megan: The benefits of weight training for women are tremendous […]

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        The Ultimate Dog Whisperer – Thomas Calabrese Greg Nielse

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        Worst of the Best Thomas Calabrese Editor and Contributing Writer Greg Nielsen –United States Marine Forces Special Operations is a component of Special Operations Command. (SOCOM) MARSOC’s core capabilities are direct action, special reconnaissance, foreign defense, counter terrorism and information operations. Sergeant Joseph Smithfield became a Special Operations Capabilities Specialist with MARSOC, three years after […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   2 weeks ago

        Jeremy: Why is eating white bread considered bad for you? Megan: Ever heard of Wonder Bread? Rumor has it the name came to be because of the mystery ingredients that makes you wonder how the bread can have such a long shelf life. White bread is a simple carbohydrate which means it has more sugar that […]

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        The Leisurely Cruise -Thomas Calabrese

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        One Hell of a Ride Known as the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta SFOD-D, also commonly referred to as Delta Force, Combat Applications Group, the unit, Army Compartmented Element, or Delta is an elite Army special operations force under the control of Joint Special Operations Command. There is no pathway to go from civilian to Delta Force operator. In order to apply […]

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        The Cliché Kid – Thomas Calabrese

        By   3 weeks ago

        Unassuming Overachievers By Thomas Calabrese Editor and Contributing Writer Greg Nielsen — Fred Rutherford was a journeyman plumber with a keen analytical mind, the kind of man that worked hard, followed orders and felt extremely uncomfortable when he had to be creative or take any initiative. If you wanted something fixed correctly, he was the […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   4 weeks ago

        Jenny: I want to reset my body and my digestive system and I have heard that doing a cleanse can help with this. I see so many types and products at the store and online so what works or doesn’t and is it even safe or a good idea? Megan: I would want to know […]

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        Bears Ears – Thomas Calabrese

        By   4 weeks ago

        Wings of the Eagle Thomas Calabrese – Editor and Contributing Writer – -Greg Nielsen The Bears Ears National Monument is located in San Juan County in southeastern Utah. The area within the monument is largely undeveloped and contains a wide array of historic, cultural and natural resources. Four local Native American tribes; the Navajo Nation, Hopi, Utes […]

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          MLB, College & High School Baseball Stats

          By   2 days ago

          David Willauer — Arizona 20 Stanford 2 two local San Marcos athletes competed against each other in a Pac 12 contest.  Stanford Vincent Martinez singled and scored a run.  Jacob Blas for Arizona walked and scored a run. Oklahoma 8 West Virginia 7 Carlsbad alum Conor McKenna singled and scored 2 runs. West Virginia 7 […]

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          High School North County Baseball

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          David Willauer — Classical Academy 7 Maranantha Christian 6 Classical Academy Jett Cox and Patrick Martinez each doubled; Bryan Gebhart 2 doubles. San Pasqual 3 Rancho Bernardo 0 San Pasqual Danny Davis and Matthew Torres each doubled. San Marcos 6 Ramona 4 After a 2-2 tie the Knights scored 4 runs in the top of […]

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          North County Athletes High School, College & MLB Stats

          By   7 days ago

          David Willauer — Mission Hills 4 Del Norte 2 Mission Hills Caden Rogers and Quincy Scott each doubled. LaCosta Canyon 6 Sage Creek 4 LaCosta Canyon Jake Woltman doubled, Brennen Davis and Mark Prince each home run. San Diego Padres 2 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 LaCosta Canyon alum Phil Evans singled for Pittsburgh.  Cincinnati Reds 13 […]

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          North County Athletes – MLB & College

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          David Willauer —St. Louis Cardinals 7 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 LaJolla Country Day School Tommy Edman singled and scored a run for the Cards. Arizona 11 Utah 1 Arizone Torrey Pines Mac Bingham singled scored 2 runs.  San Marcos alum Jacob Blas singled and RBI.  Baltimore Orioles 8 Oakland A’s 4 Brawley Bruins alum Sergio Romo pitched 1 […]

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          High School Basketball & Baseball Stats

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           David A. Willauer – High School Basketball Oceanside Pirates 56 – Canyon Crest Academy 54 Oceanside won their second game in a row but did it the hard way as they went up and down the court until Arizona State Football Bound Kamron Beachem, led with 21 points scored the winning bucket with 1.5 seconds […]

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          North County Athletes – MLB, College & High School Baseball Stats

          By   2 weeks ago

          David Willauer — Kansas City Royals 9 Pittsburgh Pirates 6 LaCosta Canyon alum Phil Evans singled, RBI and scored a run. Oceanside 5 Vista 2 Elias Garcia winning pitcher for Oceanside. San Marcos 6 Rancho Bernardo 0 San Marcos Alex Fernandez doubled; Kyle Harvey had a home run. Holden Carpenter was the winning pitcher Tri […]

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          North County Athletes College Baseball

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          David Willauer —Oklahoma 14 Georgia Southern 4 Carlsbad alum Conor McKenna single, RBI and a scored a run for Oklahoma.  Fresno State 8 San Jose State 7 Fresno State Vista alum Ivan Luna singled and scored a run.  Notre Dame 8 Valparaiso 7 San Marcos Zack Prazjner 2 singles and scored two runs. Arizona 8 […]

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          North County Athletes MLB and College Stats

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          David Willauer — Kansas City Royals 6 Detroit Tigers 2 Kansas City LaJolla alum Kyle Zimmer came in relief for the Royals and pitched an inning and recorded 2 strikeouts. St. Louis Cardinals 5 Cincinnati Reds 4 St. Louis Cardinals LaJolla Country Day School alum Tommy Edman had a walk and scored a run.. San […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company’s Summer Youth Camp Registration is OPEN!

            By   4 days ago

            Announcing OTC’s 2021 Youth Summer Theatre Camp! Reservations Now Open!Have or know of a young person age 7-17 who would enjoy a terrific 2-week theatre camp this summer?OTC’s youth theatre camp may be just what you’re looking for! This year, for our Broadway By the Beach Summer Camp, we are offering TWO 2-week camps!Click for more […]

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            North Coast Repertory’s Einstein Comes Through One Man’s Journey In His Mind

            By   7 days ago

            TR Robertson — The latest online play streaming from Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre, Einstein Comes Through, written by Marc Silver and David Ellenstein, takes the viewers, for one hour, through the trauma, comedy, struggles and emotional battles of one man simply trying to come to some level of understanding about where life has […]

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            Hershey Felder Is Rachmaninoff In Nicholas, Anna & Sergei!

            By   2 weeks ago

            Featuring some of the world’s most beloved melodies and music… HERSHEY FELDER – as Rachmaninoff in Nicholas, Anna & SergeiLive from Florence May 16 at 5 PM Pacific Get your tickets now! In the early 1940’s one of the greatest of Russian composers and pianists, Sergei Rachmaninoff found himself making his permanent home in Beverly Hills and becoming an […]

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            “My Brooklyn Hamlet” Offers One Woman’s Look at Love & Tragedy In Search For Peace

            By   2 weeks ago

            “My Brooklyn Hamlet” Offers One Woman’s Look at Love and Tragedy in a Search for Peace TR Robertson — Brenda Adelman’s acclaimed one woman play about her family and the story revolving around both the love of her parents and a tragic and traumatic occurrence is now online presented by a joint combination of the […]

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            North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents “Becoming Dr. Ruth”

            By   3 weeks ago

            Tovah Feldshuh Stars in Mark St. Germain’s “Becoming Dr. Ruth” North Coast Repertory Theatre presents the streaming play BECOMING DR. RUTH by Mark St. Germain starring six-time Tony and Emmy nominee Tovah Feldshuh, is the industry standard for playing iconic Jewish women from Golda Meir to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In BECOMING DR. RUTH, Feldshuh (TV’s “Law & Order,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and “The Walking Dead”) […]

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            New Village Arts -Announcing First Full Show

            By   3 weeks ago

            Announcing our First Full Show at The Flower Fields! Plus: This Weekend’s Cabaret! NVA is currently seeking five actors to play powerful women in BEEHIVE: THE ’60s MUSICAL.   CLICK HERE FOR AUDITION INFO BEEHIVE: THE ‘60s MUSICAL is a toe-tapping, head shakin’ musical tribute to the rockin’ women who made the music of the era […]

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            ANNOUNCING: Einstein Comes Through

            By   4 weeks ago

            STREAMING April 28th – May 23rd In a brilliant solo performance, versatile actor Jake Broder as a seemingly ordinary man, Hank, takes audiences on an imaginative journey that is punctuated by the inimitable wit and wisdom of his lifelong idol, Albert Einstein. Along the way, Hank and the famed scientist explore a vast array of […]

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            Einstein Comes Through At North Coast Repertory Theatre

            By   4 weeks ago

            Solana Beach, Calif. – North Coast Rep continues its ambitious foray into “new” theatre with the production of EINSTEIN COMES THROUGH, co-written by Artistic Director David Ellenstein and Marc Silver. In a brilliant solo performance, versatile actor Jake Broder, as a seemingly ordinary man, Hank, takes audiences on an imaginative journey that is punctuated by […]

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