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Healthy Community Healthy You – Body Fat – Extra Layer That Could Go Or Not

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Dr. Megan Johnson McCullough–Oh that extra layer, extra cushion, or extra roll we cringe looking at in the mirror. Body fat is that extra storage dump that seems to creep up on many of us. These fat cells called adipose tissue add up in the body and suddenly there is an excess amount we don’t […]

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Memorial Day Weekend DUI Patrols

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Deputies conducting extra patrols this holiday weekend. Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer.  Whatever your plans are this holiday weekend, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department wants everyone to buckle up and not drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Starting Friday, May 27 through Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day), Sheriff’s […]

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Mary S. Tillman Obituary

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On May 18, 2022, Mary S. Tillman passed away at the age of 98. Born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, she came to California as a young girl during the Great Depression with her father and siblings. They were migrant workers in the fields for many years until they settled in Vista. This town was her […]

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American Legion Post 365 & VEW Post 7041 Weekly Events & Dining

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Monday is Memorial Day.Special hours and food.Come in and honor those who cannot be here. There will be no evening meal.

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Why We Celebrate Memorial Day Trivia And Facts

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TR Robertson –The last Monday of May, America will once again celebrate the final holiday before the summer season hits us, the final holiday for students and a day created to celebrate and remember our patriotic heroes who sacrificed their lives in the name of freedom. Most families will celebrate with family cookouts, trips to […]

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Vista Strawberry Festival Is Back

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400+ Vendors selling all kinds of strawberry goodies + food vendors! Millie’s Crochet House Hola Hermanas Collective Big Joy Family Bakery Contests! STRAWBERRY PIE-EATING CONTEST Free entry! Meet us at the Tri-City Medical Center Main Stage at 12:00pm. FROZEN T-SHIRT CONTEST Free entry! Meet us at the Beer Garden at 1:30 pm. Must be 21+ […]

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5K Fun Run & Walk To Support Mental And Physical Health Coming Soon

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Vista, CA – Vista Community Clinic’s (VCC) fourth annual 5K Fun Run and Walk is coming soon!Bring the kids, neighbors, or furry friends to support a great cause on Sunday, June 12th. Thisyear we’re excited to be at a new location: Brengle Terrace Park in Vista. The new course isscenic and has plenty of areas […]

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Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation Discovery Speakeasy!

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Welcome to the Agua Family Speakeasy – You Rang? Friday, June 3rd  7:00pm – 10:00pm at The Discovery Center Music by Celeste Barbier $66 per person or $111 per couple AHLF Members, as always, get a 10% discount  Reserve Your Seat(s) NOW If you can find them… BUY TICKETS HERE The event will be outside; […]

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    Contemporary Women Of North County Donate to Interface

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    San Marcos, CA –Recently Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC) members, donated sack lunches to Interface Child & Family Services. We have in person monthly meetings second Monday at 6:30 PM in San Marcos. Contact Joy at 760 591-7994.   About CWONC contributes to the betterment of our community through service in the Arts, Conservation, Education, […]

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    Palomar College Celebrates Class of 2022 in Annual Commencement

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    Approximately 400 graduates took part in the first in-person ceremony since 2019, with Superintendent/President Dr. Star Rivera-Lacey presiding and hundreds of faculty, friends and family members in attendance. San Marcos, CA (May, 2022) — In a ceremony filled with moving tributes and stories of perseverance, Palomar College honored a new class of graduates with its first in-person […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    May 26, 2022 Memorial Day weekend is traditionally a time when focus begins to shift to summer plans. For me, it is exciting for another reason: May is when we present our proposed city budget to the public and the City Council for the first time. More on that plus these updates in today’s edition: […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    The tragic stories of fentanyl overdoses are becoming all too common, with heartbreaking stories of kids dying because they bought prescription pills like Adderall or Xanax and they turned out to be laced with fentanyl. As we head into summer and kids are out of school, it’s imperative that parents are equipped with the knowledge to talk to […]

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    MiraCosta College Student Awarded Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships

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    Oceanside, CA –John Siebelink, MiraCosta College student, has been selected to receive the prestigious  and highly competitive Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship that pays up to $55,000 for tuition, books, and housing annually for up to three years, while they secure their bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. John Siebelink is a […]

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    DEA Presents Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena Awards To Six Young Marine Units

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    The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Young Marines, a national youth organization, announce the Young Marines unit winners of the Enrique “Kiki” Camarena Award. The award honors six units, one award per division, for drug demand reduction efforts through community education and peer-to-peer role modeling. The official announcement took place at the Young Marines […]

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    25th Annual Salute To Education Awards Ceremony Held

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    AND HONORS OUTSTANDING LOCAL STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Encinitas Chamber of Commerce and Founding Sponsor Rancho Santa Fe Security Systems Hosted Event Tuesday, May 24th Encinitas, CA – May, 2022 – The Encinitas Chamber of Commerce’s 25th Annual Salute to Education took place on May 24, 2022 at Rancho Santa Fe Security Systems headquarters. The program […]

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    High Seniors Honored for Rising Above their Circumstance

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    Nearly a Dozen Disadvantaged Oceanside Rising Star Students Receive ScholarshipsWHAT: The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce hosts its final Rising Star Program student recognition breakfast of the school year to recognize its Rising Star scholarship recipients. Half of this school year’s Rising Stars are receiving at least $1,000 in higher education scholarships generously provided by Oceanside […]

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      Assembly member Waldron -Invest in Water Storage Now

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember —  Despite California being in the 3rd year of severe drought, there’s no urgency in the Governor’s May Revision to resolve our state’s persistent drought problems. In 2014, voters approved $2.7 billion for investments in water storage but not one project has begun construction and the legislature has refused to fast track these projects […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Californians Deserve Immediate Relief

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      Marie Waldron, State Assemblymember —  California is projected to bring in $97.5 billion more tax revenue than expected.  But just today, the legislature failed to pass AB 2457, a bill I co-sponsored with my colleagues in the bipartisan California Problem Solvers Caucus to suspend the gas tax for a year and guarantee all the savings go directly to […]

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      Senator Wilk’s Whistleblower Protection Act Passes Senate

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      Sacramento, CA –Senator Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) announces that Senate Bill 947 (SB 947) has successfully completed its journey through the Senate, as it passed unanimously off the Senate floor. “SB 947 is a vital step in bolstering public trust in government and offers key, common-sense protections to the brave whistleblowers who put public safety above their own […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Taxed Enough?

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – On May 13 Governor Newsom released his “May Revise,” which updates the proposed budget he released in January. The state’s $301 billion budget, larger than most countries, contained a big surprise — our budget surplus has grown to $97.5 billion. California has some of the highest taxes in the United States, […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -During National Police Week, We Honor Our First Responders

      By   1 week ago

      Sacramento. CA — Every day, in communities across the country, people call on our nation’s police officers for help and every day, the men and women of law enforcement answer the call.  Unfortunately, far too often, the dangerous situations they bravely encounter lead to split-second decisions that have cost lives on both sides of the […]

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      Senator Bates’ Statement on the May Revise

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      Sacramento, CA –Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement on Governor Newsom’s $300.7 billion budget priorities: “The Governor projects a $47 billion operating budget surplus even though the Legislative Analyst’s Office projects it to be $65 billion. Regardless, this is a lot of money. The legislature should resist the temptation to massively increase ongoing […]

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      Leader Wilk’s Responds to May Revise: Suspend the Gas Tax NOW

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      Sacramento, CA — Senate Republican Leader Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) released the following statement in response to Governor Newsom’s 2022-2023 revised state budget proposal: “The governor is living in an election-year Fantasyland if he believes promises of debit cards and rebates in the Fall will provide relief NOW. “Even the non-partisan Legislative Analyst’s Office agrees with Republicans that suspending […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Homelessness Proven Solutions

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron –California has 12% of the nation’s population, yet we have 30% of the nation’s homeless. This administration has spent $17 billion on the problem, but the homeless population has surged. Californians are fed up. There are solutions available, but current leadership won’t consider them. One thing is certain – throwing money at homelessness […]

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         A Miracle was Warranted -Thomas Calabrese

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        “I get a lot of my angels from the military.…” Thomas Calabrese–American forces got hit hard in Vietnam in February of 1968 in what became known as the Tet Offensive. Captain Mark Torrey was flying his U-H1 D Huey on three missions a day, doing medivac and combat resupply runs for Marines during the battle for Huế. Twenty […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jessica: When should I inhale and exhale during crunches or abs? Megan: The general rule of thumb is to inhale through your nose when you are about to do the lengthening/eccentric part of the exercise. Then you exhale during the shortening/concentric. Sometimes I think of this as inhale during the easier part and exhale during the […]

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        J.J. McTavish – Thomas Calabrese

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        Are you looking at me? Thomas Calabrese — Roy Trent grew up in Gladstone, Missouri, a small town located 15 miles north of Kansas City, Missouri.  His father, Ray owned a small heating and air conditioning business. It was a family enterprise that employed his mother, sister, older brother and an uncle. It was a […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Lori: My son absolutely hates P.E. which basically means he doesn’t exercise outside of school either. What should I do? Megan: Listen to your son when he says he doesn’t like P.E. and find a way to relate such as saying I hated math but I still had to do it because it’s part of […]

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        Marine Father Knows Best -Thomas Calabrese

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        Lessons Learned the Hard Way Thomas Calabrese –The Granderson Family lived on Mayfield Lane in San Marcos. Jim Granderson retired from the Marine Corps after 27 years of distinguished service with the rank of Sergeant Major. He served in combat or in hostile environments all over the world for over half that time and had […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Scott: My trainer loves burpees and tells me they’re worth the effort. Why are burpees so effective? Megan: Burpees are a total body calisthenics exercise that hits the upper and lower body simultaneously. It is a high calorie burn that also involves the cardiovascular system. The core even works to stabilize the body during the […]

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        Few Tips to Maximize Your Credit Card Earning Potential

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        Whether you’re a frequent flyer or not, you’ve probably wanted to earn credit card bonus points. Luckily, there are several different ways to maximize your earning potential. In this article, we’ll look at how to plan your spending to align with the rotating bonus categories. We’ll also discuss how to avoid carrying a balance and […]

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        King of Stealth Wealth -Thomas Calabrese

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        Some things are priceless Thomas Calabrese –Stealth Wealth is a term used to describe the accumulation of wealth without drawing attention to it. This can be done in a number of ways and those who use this method of operation are extremely secretive and proficient in this lifestyle. In 1926, John D. McCord began his meteoric […]

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          Fallbrook Warriors Reach CIF Division IV Finals With 3-2 Win

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Oceanside High School-Oceanside, CA-5-26-22-The Fallbrook Warriors known for their late inning rallies and heroics came back from a 2-0 deficit as they scored two runs in the 6th on RBI singles by Austin Baker and Tanyon Smith. Pinch runner Will Sherman also scored on a throwing error in the top of the […]

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          Anthony Thomas 2 Run Homer Leads Fallbrook Warriors To A 2-1 Win

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Oceanside High School-Oceanside, CA-5-24-22:  In a Division IV top bracket round of the 2022 CIF Section Baseball the surprising 5th seed Warriors of Fallbrook at 19-14 knows what it like to play through the brackets along with surprises as they defeated the top seed Pirates by a 2-1 score.  During the regular […]

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          North County Athletes High School & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer –Oceanside 6 Valley Center 0 – Will Hostetter 1 double Jeremiah Goodwin 1 triple, Jorge Garcia 1 home run for Oceanside. LSU 8 Vanderbilt LaCosta 3 – LaCosta Canyon alum Spencer Jones 3 singles for Vanderbilt. San Antonio Missions 6 Midland Rock Hounds 1 – Carlsbad alum Tom Eschelman started for the Missions […]

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          Trevor Rector’s 3 RBI’s Paces Mar Vista In 3-2 Over RBV Longhorns

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Rancho Buena Vista High School-Vista, CA-Thursday, May 19, 2022:  In a Division III CIF Baseball First Round Playoff contest, the 8th seed Mar Vista Mariners broke a 2-2 tie on an infield single as they defeated the top seed Longhorns of Rancho Buena Vista by a 3-2 score The Longhorns of RBV […]

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          High School CIF San Diego Section Baseball Tournament

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-The following North County High Schools will be competing in the upcoming CIF San Diego Section Baseball Tournament; Open Division 5-18-22San Marcos at Torrey Pines 3:30 pm James Madison at LaCosta Canyon 3:30 pm. Division I Baseball 5-17-22Point Loma at Carlsbad 3:30 pm Sage Creek at Grossmont 3:30 pm. Division II Baseball 5-17-22Classical […]

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          Padres Announce Class Of Padres 2022 Hall Of Fame Inductees

          By   2 weeks ago

          Former team President/CEO Larry Lucchino and former broadcaster Ted Leitner to be inducted in July SAN DIEGO – Today, Padres CEO Erik Greupner announced the newest inductees into the Padres Hall of Fame, including former team President and CEO Larry Lucchino and former broadcaster Ted Leitner. The inductions will take place as part of a Home Plate ceremony […]

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          Pacific Ridge Firebirds Win In Division II Boys Quarter Final LaCrosse 14-5

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Pacific Ridge High School-Carlsbad, CA-5-13-22. — In a CIF Division II Boys Quarter Final Round contest, the Pacific Ridge Firebirds won behind the 4 goal performance of Connor Qui and Thomas Benjamin, 3 goals by Olin Silverman and 2 by Sam Schilling for the Firebirds of Pacific Ridge by a 14-5 score. Graham […]

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          North County Baseball Highlights

          By   2 weeks ago

          David Willauer –Pacific Ridge 19 Guajome Park 8 – PR:  Wyatt Ogle tripled, Ryan DeMartino triple, Owen Reed doubled and a triple; JT Young doubled an a home run. St. Joseph’s Academy 14 Julian 1 -SJA:  Henry Weinpel tripled, Sam Romero had 3 doubles. Classical Academy 12 Bishop’s School 10 – CA:  Binyam Gebhart tripled; […]

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            North Coast Repertory Presents “The Outgoing Tide”

            By   2 weeks ago

            Sensitive Issues Tackled With Humor And Compassion In North Coast Repertory Theatre West Coast Premiere Solana Beach, CA – Fiercely proud and battling the torments of an aging mind and uncertain future, one man devises a plan, but his family has other ideas in the West Coast premiere of THE OUTGOING TIDE, coming soon to […]

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            Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits

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            ** Last Week! Don’t Miss out!! ** “Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits is the delightful comic relief that we’ve all been waiting for. Thank you, This ensemble is supremely gifted and has evident synergy on the stage. Regardless of which show they are roasting, they pull it off with aplomb and adoration.” – Eva Trieger, Jewish World BUY […]

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            New Village Arts -NEW! Spring Updates 

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            Last Sunday was the closing day of INTO THE WOODS. A huge thank you to and from the INTO THE WOODS dream team—including the talented cast, the incredible crew, and the all-star audiences who made the return of this classic musical such a memorable experience for Oceanside Theatre Company and New Village Arts alike! To kick off […]

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            Mojalet – Mixed Sundry -Try Something New in 2022!

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            Mojalet Celebrates 30 years of Dance in SD! Enriching lives…one step at a time. Tickets:Mojalet Mixed Sundry Today – Last chance for discount tickets: Sat. April 30!Mixed Sundry 2022Choreography by Patricia Sandback &Faith Jensen-IsmayPhotos by Manny Rotenberg Mojalet is celebrating 30 consecutive years of creating and presenting work in SD. Please join us this season […]

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            Forbidden Broadway Greatest Hits a Hilarious Comedic Roast of Broadway Musicals

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            TR Robertson — If you are in need of some laughter in your life and love the art of parody and satire, I highly recommend that you contact the North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach and get tickets for Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits, the 5th show for the theatre’s 40th Season. This cabaret revue […]

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            OPENING THIS WEEK: Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits!

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            “Forbidden Broadway, will leave you with tears of happiness and a sore jaw from laughing so much.”- TR Robertson, The Vista Press “For a rollicking good time, filled with music, memories and laughter, you must see Forbidden Broadway at the North Coast Repertory Theatre. Four  extremely talented performers and a brilliant pianist parody the musicals and […]

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            Opening This Week: Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits!

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            “Hysterically funny and savvy at the same time. This is what entertainment is all about.” – Huffington Post Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits Created and Written by Gerard Alessandrini – April 20 – May 15, 2022 Experience Broadway’s greatest hits in this hilarious, loving, and endlessly entertaining tribute to some of the theatre’s most cherished stars and songwriters. The show parodies Broadway […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company – Into The Woods

            By   2 months ago

            Have YOU Seen Into The Woods ? Don’t Miss It! Stephen Sondheim’s classic continues at the Brooks Theatre with shows Wednesdays and Sundays at 2pm, Fridays at 8pm, and Saturdays at 2pm and 7:30pm. Don’t miss the show the San Diego Union-Tribune’s Pam Kragen calls “Effortlessly breezy, funny and well-sung, with some fresh directorial touches by Kristianne […]

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