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News For Elks Lodge 1968

By   13 hours ago

  Up Coming Events The 4th Annual Purple Pig Pasta Party join us for all you can eat pasta Saturday, September 29, 2018 5:00 pm Tickets $15. Come and meet our local theme child, John and his therapist, Megan. To RSVP and purchase tickets call 760-724-1968 if you can not attend yourself, still buy at ticket to be give, to one of our […]

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Vintage Marketplace

By   2 days ago

The Vintage Marketplace show is held once each season in Southern California. Previously held in Rainbow/Fallbrook, in 2018 we will be holding the show in Vista, at the Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum – a beautiful 55-acre location that offers both indoor and outdoor shopping venues! We feature Vintage, Antique, and Handmade merchandise in over 80 inspiring boutique-style […]

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BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF VISTA VOLUNTEER NAMED MAYTAG DEPENDABLE LEADER

By   3 days ago

George Tsoris, Poetry Teacher and Boys & Girls Club Alumnus, Honored for Serving as a Positive Guiding Force for Area Youth in Need; Boys & Girls Club of Vista Recieves $20,000 Financial Grant BENTON HARBOR, Mich., September  2018 – George Tsoris, of Oceanside, Calif., has been named a 2018 Maytag Dependable Leader Award winner for […]

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St Thomas More Treasures Rummage Sale & Men’s Retreat

By   3 days ago

TREASURES RUMMAGE SALE St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 1450 South Melrose Drive, Oceanside is sponsoring its ninth annual rummage sale on Saturday, October 13th.  The sale is cash and carry and runs from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the parish grounds.  Have fun shopping for gently used treasures, plants galore, and many other surprises.  Additional […]

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Residential Burglary-Vista

By   3 days ago

On September 19th, 2018, at 9:30 AM, the San Diego Sheriff Department’s Communication Center received a call through 911, advising a residential burglary in progress at 2629 Seacrest CT., in the City of Vista. The reporting party stated, a 9 year old boy was home alone at the residence, when a black male adult entered […]

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Two New Ambulances Heading To Vista

By   3 days ago

Vista, CA –Two new ambulances will soon be in service in Vista. The emergency vehicles were ordered last year and were being customized for the Vista Fire Department. One ambulance is already in the city of Vista and the other one will be arriving on Friday, September 21. Both ambulances will be up fitted with radios and computers and are expected […]

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City Hosting Gazebo Meeting

By   3 days ago

 For Downtown Business and Property Owners The City is inviting downtown business and property owners to a meeting to discuss the future of the gazebo area located on the corner of Main Street and Indiana Avenue. The meeting will be held on Thursday, September 27 at 8 AM at the Vista Civic Center in the 2nd […]

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Second Annual Vista Beer Run

By   3 days ago

Join us for the 2nd Annual Vista Beer Run Half Marathon and 5k on Sunday, September 30,  6:45 AM – 11:00 AM. Vista is the Microbrewery Capital of the US on a per capita basis. Come match your passion for running with your desire for craft beer in North County’s mecca of Craft! Start and Finish line […]

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    Moonlight Beach Bash, Encinitas’ Coolest Beach Party of the Year

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    The pop-up arts festival celebrates beach culture and the local arts scene. Encinitas CA – Moonlight Beach Bash brings together art, music, dance, food, fun and beach culture, all the ingredients to have an awesome time at Encinitas’ most popular tourist destination, Moonlight Beach.  It’s a pop-up arts festival on the sand on Saturday, September […]

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    Taste Of Oceanside October 6th

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    OUR MOST ANTICIPATED EVENT! TASTE OF OCEANSIDE Saturday, October 6, 2018 Stroll around the downtown – or take the Taste Trolley – and nibble tantalizing food samples along the way. Add ten bucks and you can sample local beer and wine inside our downtown stores and offices. Food Tasting $30.00 Food Tasting with Beer/Wine $40.00 […]

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    Mama’s Kitchen Hosts West Coast’s Largest Bake Sale 

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    Mama’s Kitchen Hosts West Coast’s Largest Bake Sale  Supporting San Diegans Battling Critical Illnesses **Sycuan Casino returns for 14th year, joins other popular local bakers to raise essential funds toward organization’s nutrition services; Sales begin Oct. 8, 2018**   San Diego – Sept. 19, 2018 – Summer is coming to a close, which means the holiday […]

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    DesEscondido / No Longer Hidden: Public Address Art Exhibition

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    Escondido, CA — Opens at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido Center Museum! This fall show will open at the Center Museum on September 29, 2018 and run until November 18, 2018. Escondido, CA. – September 3, 2018 — The Center Museum is pleased to announce our fall exhibition: DesEscondido / No Longer Hidden: Public […]

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    Oceanside Public Library News & Events

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    OCEANSIDE PUBLIC LIBRARY TO PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL VOTER REGISTRATION DAY SEPTEMBER 25  Oceanside Public Library is proud to be a National Voter Registration Day 2018 partner. On September 25, the Library will engage its community and register voters at the following events: Voter Registration at Civic Center Library –330 North Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA  92054 – 10 a.m. to […]

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    The Barn Stage Company Presents: The Best of Broadway!

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    The Best of Broadway! FRI & SAT // SEP 28 & 29 // 7:30 PM // $25-75 The California Center for the Arts and The Barn Stage Company proudly presents The Best of Broadway! Audiences will hear songs from popular musicals such as Les Misérables, Wicked, West Side Story, Guys & Dolls, The Book of Mormon and more. This […]

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    Kimba Light Performs for the Season Finale of Música en la Plaza

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    It’s Your Last Chance to Dance under the Stars for this Music Series! Escondido, CA – September  2018– Our Música en la Plazamusic series concludes for the season with Kimba Light performing on Friday, September 28thfrom 7pm-10pm in the Lyric Court at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. The three-year-old band based out of San Diego brings its […]

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    Los Montaño Returns to the California Center for the Arts, Escondido

    By   5 days ago

    Música en la Plaza Music Series Continues Every Friday in September! Escondido, CA – September , 2018 – Our Música en la Plaza music series continues for another fun-filled night with Los Montaño performing on Friday, September 21st. This is a free music series which happens every Friday in September from 7pm-10pm in the Lyric […]

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      Measure to Promote Neighborhood Electric Vehicles in San Diego County Becomes Law

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      SACRAMENTO – Today, Senate Bill 1151 was signed into law, which may provide residents in San Diego County with increased mobility choices to move around their communities in neighborhood electric vehicles (NEV).  SB 1151, authored by Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel), will authorize San Diego County or any city in the county to establish a Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Transportation […]

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      Anderson’s Urging, Governor Brown Vetoes Bill that Limits Access to Democracy

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      Senator Anderson requested Brown to veto AB 1947 which would have made it criminal to pay petition circulators on a per-signature basis. SACRAMENTO – Governor Brown vetoed Assembly Bill 1947 on Tuesday which would have made it a criminal offense to pay petition circulators per signature. Thus, the costs to place a measure on the ballot would increase significantly […]

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      California’s DMV Finds Another 3,000 Unintended Voter Registrations

      By   4 days ago

      “California’s DMV finds another 3,000 unintended voter registrations” SACRAMENTO – Fiascos at California’s Department of Motor Vehicles continue to make headlines. Today, technical issues affected several DMV offices around the state, and now a Los Angeles Times’ article reports that the state agency just uncovered another 3,000 unintended voter registrations. These come on top of the 23,000 […]

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      Senator Bates – Another Reason Why the DMV Audit Is Needed

      By   6 days ago

      The mission of the Department of Motor Vehicles is to license drivers, register vehicles, secure identities and regulate the motor vehicle industry. Given the news reports of outrageous wait times, the DMV is having tremendous difficulty carrying out its most basic duties. But wait, there’s more. Three years ago, California State Senate Republicans foreshadowed a […]

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron -Improving Healthcare Access

      By   6 days ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron …CHBRP is a strange sounding acronym for an important program providing Californians with better healthcare policy at lower costs. The California Health Benefit Review Program analyzes healthcare policies for efficiencies and cost effectiveness for the best available healthcare outcomes for patients. A Medi-Cal patient may not be able to access innovative treatments […]

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      Senator Anderson – Two Weeks Left To Nominate Your California Hero

      By   6 days ago

      September is California Heroes Month, and I want to remind you that the deadline for nominating your California hero is September 30th. Fill out the form here, bit.ly/CAHeroesMonth. I am excited to host my final California Heroes Month Ceremony. Nominees will be invited to this special awards ceremony as a thank you for their unwavering dedication […]

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      Assemblymember Marie Waldron – National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

      By   1 week ago

      The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free, confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. If you need help, call the toll-free anytime, 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255 to connect to a nearby crisis center. For help, learn, or get involved. #BeThe1To https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Capitol Office – State Capitol, Suite #4130, Sacramento, CA 94249 […]

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      Assemblymember Waldron Rebuilding After The Lilac Fire

      By   2 weeks ago

      Assemblymember Marie Waldron …Last December’s Lilac Fire that devastated 4,100 acres in the Bonsall/Fallbrook area of my district, destroyed over 157 structures, including 75 manufactured/modular homes in Rancho Monserate Country Club, a 55+ resident-owned community near Fallbrook. When the fire struck at Dulin Road along Old Hwy 395, the close-knit community had about 400 residents living […]

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        The Warrior Family – Thomas Calabrese

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        Some Lines That You Don’t Cross Thomas Calabrese….Charles ‘Charlie’ Cooper Jr graduated Cal State, San Marcos in three and one half years with a major in Business Administration, a minor in communications and 3.8 GPA. He had not made up his mind if he wanted to go back to school for his (MBA) masters’ in […]

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        The Ridges of Peleliu – Thomas Calabrese

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        Operation Stalemate Thomas Calabrese — The Battle of Peleliu, code named Operation Stalemate II by the United States military was fought between the U.S. and Japan during the Mariana and Palau Campaign of World War II, from September to November 1944, on the island of Peleliu. By 1944, American victories in the Southwest and Central Pacific had brought the war closer to Japan, with American bombers able to strike […]

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        Violent Crimes Up For The First Half Of 2018

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        SANDAG Report Finds 30 Violent Crimes and 153 Property Crimes Reported Per Day in the Region   Violent crime rates in San Diego County are up 2 percent at mid-year 2018 compared to mid-year 2017,according to a new report released by the SANDAG Criminal Justice Research Division, Crime in the San Diego Region Mid-Year 2018 Statistics.  The new […]

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        Cash and Chaos

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        Justice Will Be Done Thomas Calabrese — Retired Lieutenant Colonel Tyler Cash enlisted in the Marine Corps in July 1992 and retired in 2016 after a distinguished 24 year career. His last duty station was at Camp Pendleton as commanding officer of 1st Raider Battalion. He was on his fourth deployment in Afghanistan when his […]

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        Escondido’s Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve -Coexist With Coyotes

        By   2 weeks ago

        A new exhibit at the interpretive center in Escondido’s Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve explores how San Diego residents can coexist with coyotes. As these highly adaptable animals continue to lose their traditional habitat and are driven onto human-occupied areas, conflict between people and coyotes has increased. Between 1998 and 2015 there were 90 reported coyote attacks on […]

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        Grocery Grabs #18- Viva Supermercado

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        Alex Hughes — September 2018 … After a morning meeting with the North Coastal Prevention Coalition, I had planned on going to a local Mexican market in Oceanside. Luckily, this place was just down the street. This part of Oceanside has had me wary before because it being close to East Oceanside which I heard of […]

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        Vastly Outnumbered, Never Outfought – Thomas Clabrese

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         Battle of Dai Do Thomas Calabrese– It was the darkest part of the morning on April 30, 1968 as a U.S. Navy utility boat motored down the Bo Dieu River just south of Vietnam’s demilitarized zone. Hidden in the dense vegetation along the shore, 100 heavily armed North Vietnamese Army troops watched silently. As the […]

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        Club GTMO – Thomas Calabrese

        By   4 weeks ago

        All Inclusive Destruction Thomas Calabrese — The Guantanamo Bay detention camp is a United States military prison located within Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, also referred to as GTMO which is located on the coast of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. The camp was established by President George W. Bush’s administration in 2002 during the War on Terror. […]

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          North County College Football

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          David Willauer –Former Oceanside Pirates and Current Stanford Cardinal Alijah Holder recorded 1 tackle and assisted on 3 tackles for a total of 4 for the Cards as they defeated the Oregon Ducks 38-31 in overtime. Former Oceanside Pirate Jordan Miller recorded 2 tackles and assisted on 2 tackles for a total of 4 tackles […]

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          North County MLB Highlights

          By   7 hours ago

          David Willauer — Former Vista High Panther alum Trevor Cahill made an appearance as a starter for the Oakland A’s as he is the loser in the game at 6-4 and pitched 3.1 innings gave up 5 hits 5 runs 3 earned and struck out 5 batters as they fell to the Minnesota Twins by […]

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          Touchdowns By Coe & Merrifield Sparks Eastlake In Win Over El Camino

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          David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-Herb Meyer Stadium-Oceanside, CA-9-22-18–In a high scoring game with a lot of passing tonight’s game was one of them.  After the Wildcats of El Camino scored 3-0 on a Zion Jackson 32 yard field goal in the first quarter, the Titans quickly scored. With a 14-3 lead on touchdown runs of Parker […]

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          Sports – Cross Country 

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          Yesterday, our Cross Country  team had the incredible fortune to meet Meb Keflezighi. Not only did he share part of his story, he ran 5 miles with our team.   He gave the kids great advice about goals, nutrition, perservance, and hardwork.  He told them “Running hurts whether you are the first or the last. Can you […]

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          High School Girls Volleyball Stats

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          Mission Vista defeated Fallbrook 25-11, 25-21, 15-25, 24-26, 15-13 Kills: Callah Glauch (M) 12 Digs: Maya Pokletar (M) 22 Assists: Annie Nugent (M) 17 This match was powerful. We took the first two matches and everything was running smoothly. Passing was on point which gave us the options to have all three sets available. Along […]

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          Lady Mavericks of LaCosta Canyon Lose Torrey Pines 3 Games To 2

          By   4 days ago

          The Lady Mavericks of LaCosta Canyon High School were defeated by arch rival the Lady Falcons Torrey Pines 3 games to 2 Game Scores are as follows 25-23, 25-22, 13-25, 14-25, 11-15 LCC STATS: Morgan Lewis 16 Kills Sophia Tulino 23 Kills Mia Schafer 40 Assists Sophia Theriot 16 Digs With the loss the Lady […]

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          Girls Volleyball Results

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          David A. Willauer- -Vista High Volleyball came out on top against San Dieguito High School Academy 3 sets to 1. The Panthers bested the Mustangs 25-17, 21-25, 25-23 and 25-21. Setter Addison Elvin led the Panthers with 11 aces, 14 digs and 28 assists while Skylee Nelson and Gabby Crouch both tallied 10 kills a […]

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          Cougars Break Into Top 25 Coaches Poll at No. 19

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                9/18/2018 | Men’s Soccer For the first time as a member of the NCAA, the Cal State San Marcos men’s soccer team is ranked in the United Soccer Coaches Division II Top 25 Poll as the Cougars came in at No. 19 on Tuesday morning.

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            “The Heart of Rock & Roll” Rocks The Old Globe Stage

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            TR Robertson  –Those in attendance recently at the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage at The Old Globe Theatre took a step back in time to the 1980’s and heard the hard driving music of Huey Lewis and the News, as over 20 of the group’s songs filled the stage with a fun-filled, beautifully performed world […]

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            Home Front at North Coast Rep by Warren Leight

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            Directed by Andrew Barnicle; Featuring: Amir Abdullah, Benjamin Cole, Jason Maddy & Teagin Rose on September 24, 2018 at 7:30 pm. From the playwright who wrote Tony Award winning Side Man (on Broadway), Home Front tells the story of an interracial love affair between an African-American solider and a white woman that begins the night World War II ends. […]

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            San Diego Rep’s “Fun Home” Takes the Audience Thru a Range of Emotions

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            TR Robertson –San Diego Repertory Theatre’s 43rd Season opened Wednesday with an award winning musical, “Fun Home”, that will have theatre goers pondering their own relationships with their parents as they grew up and struggles we all go through with personal romantic relationships. The situations surrounding the family in, ”Fun Home”, may not be quite […]

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            Multi-faceted Play Currently On Stage at Scripps Ranch Theatre

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            TR Robertson — If you are a fan of science fiction or time travel or comedy or murder mystery or thrillers, then the play, “Communicating Doors”, currently on stage at Scripps Ranch Theatre, is the play for you. Written by one of the most prolific British playwrights and directors, Sir Alan Ayckbourn, “Communicating Doors” will take […]

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            Guadalupe in the Guest Room & Teatro Pueblo Nuevo Festival at NVA

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            Carlsbad, CA. September 2018 – New Village Arts is excited to announce the second show of its eighteenth season, and the second mainstage production of Teatro Pueblo Nuevo, the San Diego premiere of Tony Meneses’ GUADALUPE IN THE GUEST ROOM, directed by NVA’s Associate Artistic Director, Nadia Guevara. This moving new play tells the story of Guadalupe Castillo, who […]

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            Blithe Spirit – By Noël Coward

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            Directed by Rosina Reynolds September 5th – 30th, 2018 A Ghostly Comedy…The beloved smash hit of the London and Broadway stages conjures its way to North Coast Rep for a spirited and hilarious evening in Noël Coward’s BLITHE SPIRIT. A socialite novelist, an eccentric medium, an unforgiving ex-wife and a shrewish spouse create supernatural hijinks in this world-class comedy. You are summoned for an otherworldly evening […]

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            THE OLD GLOBE’s 2018-2019 Season Opens With The Heart of Rock & Roll

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            THE OLD GLOBE’s 2018-2019 Season Begins with THE WORLD PREMIERE MUSICAL of THE HEART OF ROCK & ROLL       Directed by GORDON GREENBERG Performances Begin September 6, Opening SEPTEMBER 14, 2018 Katie Rose Clarke appears as Cassandra and Matt Doyle as Bobby in The Heart of Rock & Roll, running Sept. 6 – Oct. […]

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            Tuesday Night Comics At NC Rep

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            Prayer Dudz presents Tuesday Night Comics September 25, 2018 @ 7:30pm Hosted by Mark Christopher Lawrence San Diego Critic’s Circle Outstanding Actor Of The Year Happy Hour @ 6:30pm with $3 Beers and FREE Appetizers! RATED R … Tuesday Night Comics is arguably the funniest night of comedy in San Diego. MCL taps into his extensive list […]

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