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Muscles Off Main Car Show Saturday

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Vista, CA – The Pride Of Vista Lions Club will host Muscles Off Main Car Show on Saturday July 27th 9-2 at Guajome Park Academy, 2000 N. Santa Fe in Vista. The event features a pancake breakfast, classic cars, raffles, 50/50 drawing, food and DJ. Sponsors for event are: CarQuest Auto ; Quick Check Smog, […]

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A Short Trip to Aspen in the Summer – Part I

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TR Robertson -My wife, Carolyn, and I had already celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary several months ago with a trip to the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite, the hotel we honeymooned in 50 years ago; but I had also wanted to take her to Aspen to see the John Denver Sanctuary, a memorial park built to […]

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San Diego County Sheriff’s Department for National Night Out

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Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department for National Night Out on TUESDAY, AUGUST 1. Sheriff’s Stations and Substations across the county will be hosting family-friendly community events to take a stand against crime. National Night Out is an annual event that promotes law enforcement-community partnership and neighborhood camaraderie. Meet your local Sheriff’s Deputies and […]

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Velocity News

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July 22, 2024 | Week 30 Vista Young Professionals: The Art of Netweaving Are you a young professional looking to make meaningful connections through effective networking? Join us for an exciting and insightful workshop, “The Art of Netweaving,” hosted by the Vista Chamber of Commerce CEO Rachel Beld. This event is designed to equip you […]

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City of Vista News Headlines

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Free Tree Giveaway Program – Since its launch in April, the City’s residential free tree program has been a tremendous success, and we are excited to continue offering free trees to Vista residents. Here’s how it works:  Who is eligible for a free tree? Every Vista resident qualifies! Simply provide proof of residency with a […]

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Homicide-Vista – Homicidio- Vista

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One dead after shooting On July 20, 2024, at about 2:30 a.m., the San Diego Sheriff’s Office Communications Center received a wireless 911 call from a cell phone near Civic Center Drive in Vista. Shortly thereafter, five males arrived at Palomar Hospital with four of the males suffering from gunshot wounds. Unfortunately, one of the […]

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Healthy Community Healthy You- EMDR – Therapy Work For Trauma Causing Memories

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Dr. Megan Johnson McCullough- Eye movement desensitization processing (EMDR) has become a widely used treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The World Health Organization upholds EMDR as an effective, evidence-based treatment. Even celebrities like Sandra Bullock have advocated for the help EMDR has benefited to their lives. This form of therapy addresses unresolved memories that […]

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    Vallecitos Water District Blood Drive Inspired By Vista Teen

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    San Marcos , CA – San Diego County regional water and wastewater industries connect with their communities through service projects year-round. Vallecitos Water District employees eagerly embrace community involvement in addition to their important roles in maintaining safe and reliable water through an annual blood drive. The District will host its 28th Community Blood Drive in […]

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    San Marcos Chamber News

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    Upcoming Chamber Events Plates for 8 Wednesday, July 24 12:00PM – 1:30PM Brickman’s Restaurant & Bar 1750 San Pablo Drive, San Marcos, CA 92078 Join us for a delicious networking lunch with 8 Chamber Members! Get to know each other’s businesses in a fun and relaxed setting. Led by our membership outreach committee, this intimate gathering […]

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    I Love A Clean San Diego Teams Up With Local Businesses to Inspire Positive Change in Our Communities

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    Non-Profit organization I Love A Clean San Diego and local businesses are teaming up to help beautify public spaces all around San Diego County. It’s part of an initiative by ILACSD called Corporate CleanBuilding that puts an earth friendly spin on traditional corporate team building events. “We’ve found a way to combine a corporation’s need […]

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    San Diego County Assessor Appointed To Statewide Committee

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    The San Diego County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk’s (ARCC) Office has announced that Jordan Z. Marks, San Diego County ARCC, has been appointed to serve on the California State Controller’s Committee on County Tax Collecting Procedures (CCTCP). The Committee provides guidance, advice and direction to the California State Controller in developing tax levying and collecting procedures. Additionally, […]

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    Early Bird Tickets for “Love Boat to Paradise” on Sale Until July 31

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    Early Bird Tickets $150 Until July 31 Upcoming Events Oceanside Theatre Company | 217 N. Coast Highway 760-433-8900 | Oceanside, CA 92054 

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    Local Program Offering Rides For North County Seniors Needs Volunteers To Meet Demand

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    Jewish Family Service of San Diego’s On the Go program is the largest senior transportation program in the county. One of the program’s services provides rides for seniors who are unable to drive – and a significant number of On the Go senior clients live in North County. Volunteers act as a free rideshare service for these seniors, driving them in their own cars to the grocery store, medical appointments, and even taking them and their pets to the veterinarian. The service has […]

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    Carlsbad City Library -Halfway through Summer Reading Adventure

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    Halfway through Summer Reading Adventure We’re just past the halfway mark of our Carlsbad Library Summer Reading Adventure and have hit a major milestone: over 1 million minutes read and logged!  With about 3,000 participants, that’s an average of 333 minutes per person since June 10. If you haven’t joined this year’s challenge yet, it’s […]

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    Gun Arrest – San Marcos – Arresto por Arma de Fuego – San Marcos

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    Felon with loaded handgun in custody. Deputies from the San Marcos Sheriff’s Station are committed to taking illegal, privately manufactured weapons off the streets in the North County.  On Saturday, July 20, just before 9:30 p.m., deputies conducted a traffic stop on West Mission Road near Comet Circle. A passenger in the car, Victor Lopez […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Common Sense Legislation For SVPs

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      Sacramento, CA -Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Last week, a rally of over two hundred people opposed to placement of a Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) in a rural Poway neighborhood was held at Garden Road Park. Fortunately, Mayor Steve Vaus received a call from the Director of State Hospitals just prior to the start of the rally […]

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      Hundreds of Dialysis Caregivers to Picket Across California Over  Staffing, Safety, Patient Care Problems 

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      Workers at 26 Fresenius, Satellite Healthcare, and U.S. Renal clinics say understaffing, unsafe working conditions, low wages created a crisis putting patients and workers at risk. San Diego, CA. – Less than a year after the first strike at dialysis clinics in U.S. history, hundreds of caregivers at Fresenius Kidney Care, Satellite Healthcare, and U.S. Renal […]

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      Senate Minority Leader Jones’s Op-ed:

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      “Newsom attacks democracy in California, but wants to take that national”  When Californians tried to rein in Newsom’s soft-on-crime policies, he tried to sabotage them. “… That’s our reality in California, where our Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom has spent the last few months trying and – thankfully – failing to subvert the will of the people, usurp […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -New Laws

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – A number of new laws passed by the State Legislature and signed by the Governor have gone into effect this year. New laws that went into effect July 1st: Laws that went into effect January 1st: For better or worse, these are just some of the new laws that went into […]

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      Senate Minority Leader Jones Condemns Disturbing Political Violence In Pennsylvania

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      Sacramento, CA – Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) released the following statement following an attempted assassination of the former Commander-in-Chief at a public rally in Pennsylvania: “In America, violence has no place in politics. Political disagreements, even arguments, should exist in our democracy. For without disagreement, there is no democracy. And without democracy, there is […]

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      Senator Jones & Escondido Chamber of Commerce Co-hosting Blood Drive 

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      Who? Senator Brian Jones (R-San Diego), representatives of the American Red Cross of San Diego, Escondido Chamber of Commerce, and local community leaders. What? The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Escondido for local residents to donate blood. PLEASE USE THIS LINK IF YOU’D LIKE TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO DONATE BLOOD.  Donors are asked to make […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Beagle Freedom Project

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Recently, at a ceremony in the Capitol, I was honored to recognize Shannon Keith, President and Founder of the Beagle Freedom Project, along with volunteer Melina Shirley, to recognize their tireless efforts to save the lives of countless dogs, cats and other animals in laboratories.  This extraordinary organization is the world’s leading advocate […]

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      Jones’s Measure To Save Off-highway Vehicle Competitions Unanimously Passes Assembly Committee

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      Sacramento, CA -Last week, Senate Bill 708 by Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) to save off-highway vehicle (OHV) competitions in California was approved on a unanimous, bipartisan vote in the Assembly Transportation Committee. Click here for the bill’s factsheet. “SB 708 had another successful committee hearing with more bipartisan backing from our years of efforts to […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Cassie: I’m trying to limit taking so many supplements it gets so costly. I’m not sure, should I keep taking fish oil and why?  Megan: Fish oil has omega-3 fatty acids which really help our body perform its functions. It contributes to our heart health, eyes, skin, brain, and helps reduce inflammation. Yes, you can […]

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         Hunter of Gunmen – Thomas Calabrese

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        Long Live The Hog Thomas Calabrese -John James, (J.J.) Cannon was a career Marine. He had been in the Corps for 18 years and served six tours in Afghanistan as a Scout Sniper. Over a period of 54 months in the combat zone he had accumulated 163 confirmed kills and 230 probable kills. He won […]

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        Cynthia: I love bananas and I prefer more yellow than brown. Do you know any tricks to keep bananas from turning brown too soon? Megan: Bananas have been said to be the most popular fruit because of their versatility and convenience. If you are slicing bananas and want them to not turn brown too quickly, […]

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        Chaney -Thomas Calabrese

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        The Handsome DogFace Boy Thomas Calabrese – ‘It’s a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.’ Winston Churchill used this phrase to describe a situation that was difficult to comprehend. On the other side of the spectrum is Occam’s Razor the scientific principle that states that the most likely and simplest explanation is usually the […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Jeni: I want to try the keto diet to lose weight. Is the keto diet healthy?  Megan: The premise of the keto diet is to use fat as fuel instead of glucose (otherwise known as carbohydrates). The body will use ketones which are what fat is stored as in the liver. You are eating a […]

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        Goode and Lucky – Thomas Calabrese

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        Angel of Death Thomas Calabrese -Historically America has been referred to as a ‘melting pot’ because of the cultural integration and assimilation of legal immigrants into the country. The melting pot theory is often illustrated by the metaphor of a foundry’s smelting pots in which the elements of iron and carbon are melted together to […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Aaron: I am literally staring at a screen all day for work. Now that I’m getting older, I’m starting to feel the effects and my vision is probably suffering from it. I know I’m not the only person on a screen all the time. What is the average screen time for most adults per day?  […]

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        These Things We Do, That Others May Live -Thomas Calabrese

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        Protect the Terrain At All Costs Thomas Calabrese -Our bodies are our terrain. Keeping our terrain healthy includes feeding it nutritious food free of toxins, exercising our muscles, rest and repair through adequate sleep and keeping our minds and souls energized through positive influence. This is basically the ‘Terrain Theory’ and the father of this […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer –Philadelphia Phillies 6 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 Torrey Pines alum Garrett Stubbs 2 singles 1 RBI and 1 run scored for the Phils. Anaheim Angels 8 Oakland A’s 5 LAA: LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak 1 home run. Iowa Cubs 4 Memphis Redbirds 3 LaJolla Country Day School alum Alfonso Rivas 1 double for […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer- Colorado Rockies 6 Cincinnati Reds 5 Poway alum Austin Wynns 1 single and 1 run scored for the Reds. Anaheim Angels 7 Texas Rangers 2 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak 1 home run for the Halos. Arizona Diamondbacks 7 Atlanta Braves 5 El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came on in relief for the […]

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          North County Athletes In MLB Baseball

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          David Willauer – Texas Rangers 9 Anaheim Angels 4 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak 1 triple 2 singles 2 rbi’s and 2 run scored for the Halos.  Atlanta Braves 5 Arizona Diamondbacks 4 El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came in relief for the D Backs as he pitched pitched 1 inning and struck out 2 […]

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          North County Athletes in MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer -7-2-2024 –Arizona Diamondbacks 12 Los Angeles Dodgers 4 El Capitan alum Kevin Ginkel came in relief for the D Backs as he pitched 1.1 innings gave up 1 hit and struck out 1 batter. Rochester Red Wings 3 Buffalo Bison 1 Ramona alum Beau Sulser came in relief for the Bisons as he […]

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          North County Athletes In MLB & Minor League Baseball

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          David Willauer –Detroit Tigers 7 Anaheim Angels 6 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak 2 singles and 1 run scored for the Halos. Buffalo Bison 8 Syracuse Mets 3 Ramona alum Beau Sulser pitched 1 inning and recorded 1 strikeout for the Bison. Iowa Cubs 9 St. Paul’s 1 Helix alum DeShawn Keirsey 1 single and […]

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          North County Athletes in Minor League Baseball

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          Davis Willauer -Norfolk Tides 14 Charlotte Knights 4 NOR: Christian alum Kyle Stowers 1 homer, 1 double and 1 triple for the Tides. Cathedral Catholic alum Nick Nastrini loser at 1-6 for Charlotte. Memphis Redbirds 4 Gwinnett Stripers 0 LaJolla Country Day School alum Alfonso Rivas scored 1 of the 4 runs for the Redbirds. […]

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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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            North Coast Repertory Theatre’s “Don’t Dress for Dinner”

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            Keeps Audience Laughing from Start to Finish TR Robertson – Need a break from computer shutdowns, political rhetoric and inflation woes? If so, you have got to drive to North Coast Repertory in Solana Beach and take in the final production for their 42nd Season, “Don’t Dress for Dinner”. This fast-paced, wonderfully acted, hilarious farce […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company -Announcing ZB’s “Songs of Willie Nelson”

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            Saturday, August 3 at 7 pm Step into the world of country music legend Willie Nelson with ZB Savoy’s “Songs of Willie Nelson” live tribute show. Celebrating the remarkable career and enduring legacy of the “Red Headed Stranger,” this performance is a journey through the heart and soul of American music. ZB Savoy’s tribute show […]

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            New Village Arts Announces Call For The Fellows 2024-2025 Dea Hurston Fellowship

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            Carlsbad, CA—New Village Arts (NVA), North County’s cultural hub, is proud to announce our Call for Fellows for the Dea Hurston Professional Fellowship (DHF). In loving memory of the incredible Dea Hurston, who passed away on July 7, 2024, this prestigious opportunity aims to select two emerging theatre professionals who demonstrate outstanding talent and a […]

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            A Sneak Peak of Footloose The Musical

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            Watch these videos for a sneak peak: Oceanside Theatre Company’s Youth Academy is having a blast in performance camp, preparing for Footloose the Musical playing July 12-14 and July 19-21. Footloose is filled with music by some of the best artists of the 1980s and this year marks the 40th anniversary since the iconic movie starring Kevin Bacon was […]

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            The Old Globe Presents -Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson – Apt. 2B,

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            By Kate Hamill, & directed by James Vásquez San Diego (June, 2024) The Old Globe is pleased to announce the full cast and creative team for Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson – Apt. 2B. The play is written by Off-Broadway Alliance Award winner Kate Hamill (Guthrie Theater’s Emma, Off Broadway’s Sense and Sensibility – adaptation) and is directed by Globe Resident Artist and […]

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            Festival of Arts Fine Art Show & Pageant of the Masters Prepare to Impress, Opening July 3

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            Laguna Beach, CA – Get ready for a summer filled with art, music, theater and more! The Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach is gearing up for the much-anticipated openings of the 2024 Festival of Arts Fine Art Show on July 3, and the renowned Pageant of the Masters, themed “À La Mode: The Art of Fashion,” on July […]

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            OTC Announces Cast of Footloose The Musical

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            Meet the Footloose Cast! Also featured: PRINCIPAL CLARK: Hazel Omabtang IRENE: Juliet Cahall WES WARNICKER: Carter Hirt LULU WARNICKER: Quinn Landes COACH DUNBAR: Sam Oliveira ELEANOR DUNBAR: Maya Chazen BETTY BLAST: Elena Gee COWBOY BOB: Marcus Riggenbach COUNTRY KICKERS: Ana Lopez, Linnea Sandvoll, Macie Mckissick, Olivia Hart, Penelope Arsanto, Stella Ortiz-Luiz TOWN COP: Kaleia Anderson ENSEMBLE: Chloe Burke, Craig Crawford, Jaelyn Frosio, […]

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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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