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Anza-Borrego Foundation Presents California Field Atlas Author Obi Kaufmann

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  North County  /  No Comments

Anza-Borrego Foundation, the nonprofit partner of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, welcomes wilderness poet, artist and advocate Obi Kaufmann for a day of activities tied to his new book, “The California Field Atlas.” Includes First Annual Boots Ball, Book Signing, Dinner  A love letter to the natural world of the Golden State, Kaufmann’s “The California Field Atlas” has been […]

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2018 Grape Gatsby Affaire

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

Sunrise Vista Kiwanis Foundation presents the eleventh annual “Grape Gatsby Affaire” on April 28th at the QLN Conference Center. Kiwanis support Boys & Girls Club of Vista, StandUp For Kids, High school scholarships, Military Families, Rady Children’s Hospital and many other local charities.  Join us for the fun 1920’s Themed evening of music, dancing, food […]

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Initiatives From Fall Prevention Task Force

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  North County  /  No Comments

 Nadine Kaina— Since I have belonged to many senior groups and was a program manager for one that was begun by the County Aging and Independence Services, I would like to tell all ages about a special group called, Fall Prevention Task Force. Their mission: Reduce falls and their devastating consequences in San Diego County. This […]

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Time To Join The 21st Century

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  State and National  /  No Comments

 Assemblymember Marie Waldron–  Many California state agencies are burdened with archaic procedures that often get in the way of efficient public service. That’s why I have introduced Assembly Bill 2087 (AB 2087), which will require all state agencies to establish modernization goals with specified objectives no later than January 1, 2020. The bill seeks to establish flexible, […]

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Chekhov Classic at Old Globe Delves into Family Dynamics

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Travel  /  No Comments

TR Robertson— A wonderful Globe-commissioned world premiere translation of Russian writer, Anton Chekhov’s masterpiece, “Uncle Vanya”, is as timely today as it was in the late 1800’s when the play premiered in Moscow. At times, there is nothing better than families and at times there is nothing worse than families, and this play, now appearing on […]

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Moonlight Sweeps Theatre Awards, ‘Smoke on the Mountain’ at the AVO

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

  Moonlight Stage Productions Takes Home Five Craig Noel Awards from San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Most Awards Given to One Theatre Caps Amazing 2017 Season The San Diego Theatre Critics Circle awarded the most Craig Noel Awards for theatre excellence to Moonlight Stage Productions at its annual ceremony on February 12. Moonlight received five […]

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Retail Runs- A Look at Empty Storefronts (Part 2)

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  1 Comment

 Alex Hughes — February  2018… I left off on the corner of Bobier and East Vista Way. Here, we pass by Del Taco and a variety of shops such as Domino’s, Bank of America and NorthGate Markets. What really catches the attention of drivers is the abandoned Security Chevorolet which was in operation for years until […]

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Teaching Empathy and Kindness at California Avenue

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

Special education classrooms can be limiting in the sense that they don’t always allow students with special needs to interact with their general education peers. One school, however, is changing that. In a recent WAVEpod episode, Rachel Schmidt, Principal of California Avenue Elementary School in Vista Unified School District, spoke about why her school and her […]

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Wave Waterpark Now Hiring

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

‌ Join our Team! Do you know someone looking for a fun summer job? Join The Wave team.  The Wave and City of Vista will begin accepting applications on February 20. We have an amazing team of co-workers, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet tons of new people, receive flexible work hours (around school and sports activities), obtain […]

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Oceanside Public Library News

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  North County  /  No Comments

Oceanside Public Library Celebrates Dr. Seuss’s birthday The Oceanside Public Library invites families and children of all ages to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday Saturday, March 3, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. in the Mission Branch Library Community Room, 3861-B Mission Avenue.  As part of National Education Association’s Read Across America initiative, the library will offer a […]

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LAMB’S Players Theatre Presents the San Diego Premiere of ” Camping With Henry & Tom”

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Travel  /  No Comments

February 2018 – Coronado, CA – Lamb’s Players Theatre has announced the cast, creative team, and schedule for its production of Mark St. Germain’s play “CAMPING WITH HENRY & TOM”. Every summer Henry Ford & Thomas Edison would go camping together. In 1921 they took along the President of the United States. And all hell […]

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Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone Officially Approved

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  North County  /  No Comments

SAN DIEGO, February 2018 – City of San Diego City Council officially approved the establishment of an Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone within the City of San Diego today. Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone is a California bill passed in 2013 which aims to increase land access for urban agriculture through the use of vacant, privately-owned land. Landowners with […]

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San Diego Theatres Presents ‘The Ten Tenors”

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Travel  /  No Comments

                                                                                                  THE TEN TENORS TOUR IN CELEBRATION   […]

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Vista Homicide Investigation

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

Just before 1:00 p.m. today, deputies from the Vista Sheriff’s Station responded to a 9-1-1 call, regarding a possible shooting at 855 Warmlands Avenue, in Vista. The 9-1-1 caller told dispatchers that he lived at that address and someone had been shot there. When deputies arrived, they found an adult female and an adult male […]

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Unknown Incident Causes Major Police Presence in Vista

By   /  February 19, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

Daniel Thomas–Pomelo Drive was closed at Hacienda Drive in Vista due to a major police presence Sunday evening, and it is unknown at this time what sparked the response. A user of the application “Nextdoor” stated to TheVistaPress.com that she heard a police officer ask her downstairs neighbor if she was okay because there was […]

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LAMB’S Hit Production of SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN Moves to the Avo Playhouse In Vista

By   /  February 18, 2018  /  Travel  /  No Comments

Lamb’s Players Theatre has announced that it is taking its hit production of the joyous bluegrass gospel musical SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN to San Diego’s North County for a limited run, March 1 – 18. “The show was a hit in the Fall as part of our 2017 Season in Coronado,” said LAMB’S Producing Artistic Director, […]

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Concerned Citizens Take A Bite Into Fierce Debate Over Leash Policy

By   /  February 18, 2018  /  Local  /  2 Comments

Daniel Thomas— Concerned Vistans flocked to a meeting Saturday regarding Buena Vista Park’s leash policy for the canines roaming the maze of trails at the large recreational area. The meeting was held at 1 PM at the border of the parking lot and the trailhead at the center of a heated debate. Many in attendance […]

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2018 Miss Pride of Vista Scholarship Pageant Schedules Orientations

By   /  February 18, 2018  /  Local  /  No Comments

The Pride of Vista Lions Club has announced the scheduled dates for the 2018 Miss Pride of Vista Scholarship Pageant orientations. The pageant will be held at Madison Middle school on April 21st. Contestants must attend a Vista school or live within the Vista school district. 4 Age divisions (age on pageant day) Little Miss […]

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San Marcos Takes 2018 Division I CIF Wrestling Tournament

By   /  February 18, 2018  /  Sports  /  No Comments

David A. Willauer–Contributing Writer-Saturday, February 17, 2018-Canyon Crest High School-San Diego, CA-The Knights of San Marcos High School took the 2018 CIF Division I Wrestling Mat Title that was held at Canyon Crest High School and finished with 238.5 points Eli Dalaman 3rd at 115 Christian Navida 2nd at 128 Sebastian Sundberg 4th at 134 […]

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Duke of The USS Saint Paul -Thomas Calabrese

By   /  February 17, 2018  /  The Back Page  /  15 Comments

Don’t Call Me Mr. Wayne Thomas Calabrese ….In early August 1964, two U.S. destroyers stationed in the Gulf of  Tonkin in Vietnam radioed that they had been fired upon by North Vietnamese forces. In response to these reported incidents, President Lyndon B. Johnson requested permission from the U.S. Congress to increase the U.S. military presence in Indochina. On August 7, 1964, […]

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