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April 15, 2024 | Week 16 Childcare Panel Discussion Join us to learn about childcare options available in Vista, how to pay for these, and a discussion from childcare professionals. Have specific questions? Submit them in the comment section when registering for the event. REGISTER NOW Speakers include: 2024 Meet the Leaders Meet and hear […]

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Leadership Change at Operation HOPE-North County

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Vista, CA – Operation HOPE-North County Supporters, We hope this email finds you well. We wanted to inform you of an important update regarding our organization. Please find attached a letter from our Board of Directors announcing a leadership change within Operation HOPE-North County. After almost two years of dedicated service, our Executive Director, Jaime […]

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City Of Vista News

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Clean Energy Alliance Town Halls– On April 1, the City flipped the switch, officially joining the Clean Energy Alliance (CEA). CEA is Vista’s partner in meeting its Climate Action Plan goals as the new default energy provider for purchasing power. CEA offers increased local control and renewable energy options at competitive rates. On April 1, […]

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Soroptimists to Hold “Bunco de Mayo” Fundraiser in Vista

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VISTA, California, April, 2024—Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland (SI Vista NCI) is hosting a “Bunco de Mayo” fundraiser on Saturday, May 4. This family-friendly event will be held at the Gloria McClellan Senior Center, 1400 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista. The event begins at 11:30 am. Tickets are $25 each and include a […]

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Assault With a Deadly Weapon – Vista – Asalto con un arma mortal – Hombre de Vista

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Man shot on Smilax Road, Unincorporated Vista Deputies from the Vista Sheriff’s Station are investigating a shooting in Unincorporated Vista. It happened on Saturday, April 13th, around 9:06 p.m. near the intersection of Smilax Road and Mimosa Avenue in Unincorporated Vista. The victim, a teen-age male, was shot as he was walking near the intersection […]

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Ian O’Gorman “Bald Eagle” 30 Year Reunion

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“Bald Eagle” 30 Year Reunion tomorrow at the Mother Earth Vista Tap House in Vista from 12:00 to 6:00. Below are more pictures and a note from the original “Bald Eagle”, Ian O’Gorman.

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Assault With a Deadly Weapon – Vista Asalto con un arma mortal – Vista

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Man shot on S. Santa Fe Avenue, City of Vista Deputies from the Vista Sheriff’s Station are investigating a shooting in the City of Vista.It happened on Saturday, April 13, 2024, around 8:30 p.m. in the 300 block of S. Santa Fe Avenue in the City of Vista. The victim, a 22-year-old male, was shot […]

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    Supervisor Jim Desmond

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    North County Leaders Demand Urgent Action On Border Security Today, I stood alongside the Mayors of Carlsbad, Vista, and San Marcos and the Deputy Mayor of Oceanside to address a pressing concern that affects us all: illegal immigration and maritime smuggling. Just this past Saturday, another incident unfolded as a boat raced into our shoreline, […]

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    San Marcos Chamber Of Commerce

    By   26 mins ago

    Monday | April 15, 2024 Upcoming Chamber Events Coffee Connections Wednesday, April 17 8AM-9AM Chamber Office– 251 North City Drive, Suite 128G, San Marcos, CA 92078 It’s not just a cup of coffee, but an opportunity to meet with other business professionals and community leaders, build new partnerships, make new friends, and exchange ideas in a comfortable […]

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    9 Key North County Industries Drive Economic Growth

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    San Diego North Economic Development County has updated their quick fact sheets about key North County industries, adding a new report for “Tourism and Hospitality” this year. The following 9 industries are critical drivers of the local economy. North County also is considered a “hotspot” for talent in most of these industries, which means North […]

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    Celebrate Earth Day And Take Action At The Green Oceanside Earth Day Event

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    Oceanside, CA – Green Oceanside’s annual Earth Day festivities take place on Saturday, April 20from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Libby Lake Park at 424 Calle Montecito. Come join the Green Oceanside team and many other environmentally-focused vendors for an event filled with arts, crafts, music, and activities. Meet the Green Oceanside team and […]

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    “GRAZE at the Fields” Offers Chance To Eat With Your Local Farmer

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    Carlsbad, CA — Are you interested in the farm-to-table food movement, preserving urban-facing agriculture, and knowing your local farmers? An event like no other, the annual Graze at the Fields, will be held on Thursday, May 2nd from 6-8:30pm at the world-renowned Carlsbad Flower Fields while in bloom. Graze is an agriculture insider event that […]

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    Sign the Petition to Clean Up our Streets

    By   4 days ago

    I’m taking bold and bipartisan action to help get people off the streets and connected with services and I need your help! I’m partnering with Democrat Senator Catherine Blakespear from Encinitas on a bipartisan measure to compassionately clear encampments. We are facing an uphill battle to get this bill passed in Sacramento. This is where I need your help. […]

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    Carlsbad City Manager

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    News from the City of Carlsbad | April 11, 2024 From streetlights above to water pipes underground, Carlsbad is continuing to take action to make sustainability a part of daily life. As Earth Month continues, I’ll share how the city is involving the community, plus: Sustaining the environment together – In the City of Carlsbad, […]

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    Oceanside Weekly Newsletter

    By   4 days ago

    CHAMBER EVENTS & UPDATES Business Mixer: Courtyard by Marriott Thursday, April 18th, 2024 – 5:00pm-7:00pm Oceanside Chamber of Commerce 928 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054 You’re invited to join us for a Business Mixer at Courtyard by Marriott, April 18th from 5 PM – 7 PM. This is a great opportunity to mix and mingle with […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron -Kids and Social Media

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – Millions of children and young adults throughout the nation are active social media users. Last week two bills dealing with social media’s impact on child and adolescent mental health passed the Assembly Health Committee. Worldwide, there are 34 social media platforms, with at least 100 million users. According to a U.S. […]

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      Senate Republicans Highlight Measures In Fight To Fix California 

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      Sacramento, CA – In anticipation of several important measures that will be heard this week and throughout the month of April, California Senate Republicans have released a video to reaffirm their commitment to Fix California, outlining a list of 2024 legislative proposals that focus on lowering living costs, tackling crime, acting on homelessness, and investing in students. […]

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      Tuesday At 9AM Senate Minority Leader Jones Senator Blakespear Bill -Compassionately Clear Homeless Encampments

      By   39 mins ago

      Senate Minority Leader Jones and Senator Blakespear will present bipartisan bill to compassionately clear homeless encampments in Senate Public Safety Committee WHO?          Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) Senator Catherine Blakespear (D-Encinitas) Dr. Drew Pinsky, Internist and Addiction Medicine Specialist (video witness in support) John Franklin, Mayor of the City of Vista (witness in […]

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      Leader Jones Speaks Out Against Newsom Appointees on Senate Floor

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      Jones stands with Crime Victims Alliance in calling for overhaul at Board of Parole Sacramento, CA – enate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) spoke in strong opposition to all six of Governor Gavin Newsom’s appointees to the Board of Parole Hearings. Click here to watch Leader Jones’s statement on the Senate Floor. “Today’s Board of […]

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      Audit Reveals Reasons For State Failures On Worsening Homelessness

      By   6 days ago

      Sacramento, CA – The results of a state audit released today show the lack of accountability of billions of dollars thrown at the homeless crisis in California. Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R-Yucaipa) and Senator Roger Niello (R-Fair Oaks) led the bipartisan effort to request the audit of homelessness spending. Under the Newsom Administration over the past five years, California has spent more […]

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      Invitation – A Walk To Fight To Opioid Addiction

      By   1 week ago

      Sadly, far too many in our community have lost a loved one to addiction. Over 110,000 lives were lost to overdose last year alone. Losing a loved one is one of the most painful experiences someone can endure. In 2017, our close family friends, the Webbers from Santee, lost their son Garrett Webber to a […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron – Tribal Health

      By   1 week ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – Last week Assembly Bill 1965 (AB 1965), introduced by Assemblywoman Blanca Rubio (D – Baldwin Park), passed the Assembly Health Committee, where I serve as Vice Chair. Once implemented, AB 1965 will take aim at the public healthcare crisis impacting tribal communities throughout California. Health disparities impacting American Indian and Alaska […]

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      Price Increase -Fast Food Chain As Wage Hike Starts Today

      By   2 weeks ago

      Get ready for price increases at your favorite fast food chain as wage hike starts today Sacramento, CA – This is not an April Fools’ joke. Restaurant operators and job creators have been raising the red flag for months, as they are concerned with the negative impact of the minimum wage hike. Capitol Democrats pushed […]

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        Paladin- Thomas Calabrese

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        The Divine Spellcaster Thomas Calabrese – The Twelve Peers were Charlemagne’s Paladins or knights. They included Roland, Olivier, Gerin, Gerier, Berengier, Oton, Samson, Engelier, Ivon, Ivoire, Anseis and Gerard. They were the corps d’elite and Roland was the leader and the best of them all, as well as the king’s nephew. Each Paladin was a […]

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        Ask The Pro

        By   6 days ago

        Annie: I do love eating salad but I’m well aware I turn it unhealthy because I use so much dressing. What is the worst type of dressing to have? Megan: I would say Caesar dressing could be considered the worst because it is made of cheese, mayonnaise, oil, and salt. These ingredients add up to high amounts […]

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        That’s the Sound of Marines Thomas Calabrese

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        That’s The Sound of Marines Fighting In Combat Huh ah, huh ah, huh ahI hear them clearly in my memoriesHuh ah, huh ah, Uh ah, uh ahWell don’t you knowThat’s the sound of MarinesGoing into harm’s wayThat’s the sound of grunts on patrolAll day long they’re saying, huh ahHuh ah, uh ah, uh ahWell don’t you […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Shirley: I’m getting back into exercising. How many days should I do cardio and how many days should I do weights?  Megan: My best recommendation would be based upon if I knew what your goal was. However, in general, you can do cardio 3 to 4 days per week and strength training 2 to 3 […]

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        The Cul De Sac

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        Concerned Neighbor Thomas Calabrese –  Colonel John Derenger was a Marine Corps Infantry Officer with six combat deployments to the Middle East and three West Pacific assignments to Okinawa, Taiwan and Singapore to his record. He was highly skilled in all aspects of warfare and was assigned to 1st Recon Battalion on at Camp Pendleton. After […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Kimmie: I went to the dermatologist for a red spot on my face. She said it was a broken blood vessel and if I wanted I could make it go away with laser treatment. What causes broken blood vessels in the face? Megan: There are a few possibilities that can cause broken blood vessels on […]

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        Duty, Honor, Country -Thomas Calabrese

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        Our Favorite West Point Dropout Thomas Calabrese -Audie McCain was seventh generation Army and was named after the greatest war hero in American history. One of his ancestors was in the 1909 West Point graduating class with George Patton and served with him in World War I. His great-grandfather was Audie Murphy’s platoon commander when […]

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        Ask The Pro

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        Maria: Certian foods like lentils and tofu have antinutrients but I eat them anyways since I’m vegan and need protien. Why are antinutrients bad? Megan: If you base your diet solely on plant-based and grain resources, antinutrients could be a concern because they impede upon the body’s ability to absorb essential nutrients. For example certain […]

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          North County Baseball News MLB & College

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          David Willauer -Boston Red Sox 5 – Anaheim Angels 4 LaCosta Canyon alum Mickey Moniak came in as a pinch hitter and single for the Halos.  Oakland A’s 7 Washington Nationals 6 – Poway alum Tyler Nevin 2 singles 1 rbi 2 run scored for the A’s. Rancho Bernardo alum Trevor Williams started for the […]

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          Rancho Buena Vista Scored 4 Runs In 6th & 7th Innings Defeat Fallbrook

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          David A. Willaiuer-Contributing Writer-Friday, April 12, 2024-Duke Snider Field-Fallbrook High School-Fallbrook, CA-Before the game there was a ceremony for the Fallbrook baseball team as they received their CIF San Diego Section rings as they won the CIF San Diego Section Division title in school history but once when the game started things sort of went […]

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          North County Baseball and Softball News

          By   6 days ago

          Baseball David Willauer -Poway 3 Sage Creek 2 SC: Elijah Stevens 1 double 1 single 2 rbi’s. Max Biehl, Sutton Bassett scored 1 run each for Sage Creek. Oceanside 5 San Dieguito 2 O side Will Hostetter 2 singles 2 runs scored 1 rbi. Benjamin Meyers 1 double 1 single 1 run scored. Rancho Buena […]

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          High School Baseball & Softball Scores

          By   2 weeks ago

          David Willauer –High School Baseball San Pasqual 4 Vista 3 SP: The Eagles broke a 3-3 tie as they scored the go ahead run in the top of the 8th inning to win the game. Luke Olsen, Oso Hinojosa, Luke Nieblas and and Thomas Corbin all scored 1 run each for SP. Carlsbad 2 South […]

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          Seals look to secure a home playoff game

          By   2 weeks ago

          Seals look to secure a home playoff game when they host Panther City Lacrosse Club on Stick Up For A Cure Night, presented by Rady Children’s Hospital The San Diego Seals, 11-4 and owning the National Lacrosse League’s second-best record, will look to secure a first-round home playoff game when they host the Panther City […]

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          San Diego Local High School Baseball

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          Davus Willauer -High School Baseball  Canyon Crest 5 Oceanside 1 The Pirates of Oceanside scored their only run in the bottom of the first tied the game at 1-1.  The Ravens scored 4 runs in the top of the 4th and won 5-1.  Oceanside’s Zack Small connected on 1 double.  Eastlake 2 Classical Academy 1 CA:  […]

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          CIF Baseball and Softball San Diego North County

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          David Willauer – San Pasqual 7 Lincoln of Portland Oregon 6 The Eagles of San Pasqual broke a 6-6 tie as they scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th and won 7-6.  Luke Olsen 1 double 1 run scored for SP.  Luke Nieblas 2 doubles 2 runs scored 3 rbi’s for SP.   […]

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          CSUSM Ladies Upsets Top-seeded Gannon, Advances To Final Four

          By   3 weeks ago

          Cal State San Marcos women’s basketball did the unthinkable on Monday evening, defeating top-seeded Gannon University in the Division II NCAA Tournament Elite Eight and punching its ticket to the Final Four. The historic win took an overtime period, overcoming the loss of three key players — one to injury, two to fouls — and […]

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            Old School Meets Outlaw Country Music Weekend with 3 Shows

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            Old School Meets Outlaw Country Music Weekend April 5, 8 pm Kimmi Bitter’s Old School Album Release Dial up the reverb, crank up the twang, and get ready to hitch a ride back to 1965 with Kimmi Bitter and the Westside Twang! This San Diego Music Award-winning powerhouse is bringing her intoxicating blend of old-school […]

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            There’s Something for Everyone at North Coast Rep!

            By   2 weeks ago

            Tea for Three:Lady Bird, Pat & Betty Tea for Three:Lady Bird, Pat & Betty April 29 & 30 at 7:30pmApril 30 at 2:00pm What might three former First Ladies reveal if they could? Emmy Award-winning actress Elaine Bromka stars in this refreshing take on a remarkable White House trio — Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon […]

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            Oceanside Theatre Company This Weekend

            By   3 weeks ago

            This Weekend… Dr. Ken’s Seriously Funny Comedy Hypnosis Friday, March 29 at 8 pm Dr. Ken’s Seriously Funny Comedy Hypnosis Show is a humorous, highly audience-interactive, entertaining theatrical performance demonstrating the power and creativity of the human mind through the use of real hypnosis. This family-appropriate show features the application of real hypnosis, used by a […]

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            Timeless Satiric Comedy “Tartuffe” On Stage At North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach

            By   1 month ago

            TR Robertson -Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, stage name Moliere, was a playwright, actor and poet writing comedies, farces, tragicomedies, and comedie-ballets in the mid-1600’s. He probably never imagined that almost 400 years later, many of his productions would still be performed onstage in theatres around the world. Currently on stage, at Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre, is […]

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            Variety Nights at North Coast Rep! Something for Everyone!

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            The Spirit of Harriet Tubman Special Matinee Performance: March 26 @ 2:00 PM – March 25 & 26 @ 7:30 PM Leslie McCurdy invokes the “spirit” of Harriet Tubman as she portrays the life of the famous Underground Railroad conductor, recreating stories familiar and some rarely told, using words said to have been Harriet Tubman’s […]

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            The Answer for Your Cultural Calendar

            By   2 months ago

            Taking control of your cultural calendar has never felt this good Or been this good of a deal! Subscribers tell us that quality time with loved ones is one of the main reasons they love their La Jolla Playhouse subscription. A premium subscription to Season 2024/25 puts six memorable outings on your calendar. Bring your partner, bestie, […]

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            A Comedic Masterpiece

            By   2 months ago

            Performance Begin March 6th! “An astonishingly delightful romp.” – NY Post Molière’s TARTUFFE, acknowledged as one of the most enduring comedic masterpieces in the theatrical canon, is given an astonishingly clever translation by two-time Pulitzer Prize poet Richard Wilbur. The charlatan Tartuffe worms his way into a wealthy family causing disruption and pandemonium. This highly satiric comedy skewers religious hypocrisy, deceit, and desire. Lovers […]

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            Curious Incident Opens To Rave Reviews

            By   2 months ago

            CURIOUS INCIDENT IS A HIT!! BUY TICKETS The San Diego premiere of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time opened to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike! Pam Kragen of The San Diego Union-Tribune called this “stunning, visceral” production “a must-see” and the best-staged show she’s seen all year, encouraging readers to “absolutely catch […]

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