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Back to School, Back to Dance – How to Come Back Strong

Each year in September we welcome the eager faces of our returning Carmel Valley dancers home after a month of rest and relaxation.  It doesn’t matter if the dancer is four years old, a teen or mature adult; it doesn’t matter if the dancer is a beginner, a seasoned competitor or recreational dancer, it is […]

After seven successful dance seasons Love To Dance, Inc. dance studio continues to offer an elite dance program training the next evolution of dancers.  Love to Dance, Inc. offers the finest in dance and a full spectrum of classes for all ages and abilities. Their pristine, state-of-the-art studios are home to Tiny Tots, and the […]

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Random Acts of Kindness – It’s not Just for Friends In a fast paced environment like Carmel Valley, and in an age when 1 day service is painfully slow, we tend to grab what we need and run.  I know I’d rather get it from Amazon than jump in the car if I can, but […]

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                                 ACT San Diego presents “Annie Jr.” At The Lyceum Theatre, Horton Plaza July 18-27, 2014 Featuring several of San Diego’s most talented up-and-coming young performers.  Leapin’ Lizards!  The award-winning Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT- San Diego) is proud to present […]

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With summer underway and countless activities beckoning locals and tourists alike, it’s time to break out those calendars and mark down the season’s hottest happenings.  From surf contests to twinkies and superhero-clad beer drinkers, this summer’s events don’t fall short on entertainment or fun.  Here are a few San Diego summer events you don’t want […]

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Hey guys, Natalia, Full Circle Images here. Thanks for joining me again and happy June, happy summer in San Diego. I hope you’re as excited as I am. I’m here today in Del Mar on the beach, and I wanted to give you a quick little tip that you can use anywhere, any time, but […]

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It is good to be back in the writer’s chair again.  I want to thank David Moya and his incredible and supportive staff for allowing me to take some time from my regular articles appearing on The Carmel Valley Life website to spend additional time with my wife as we tended to the needs of […]

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Local Carmel Valley Youth to Compete Live During Free Family Event Saturday, May 31st, 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Westfield North County is pleased to announce its second annual Battle of the Bands, a free musical showcase featuring ten local musical group performances with musicians ranging in age from 10 to 19.  The competition will […]

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Rio 2 is a vibrant musical comedy animation from Blue Sky, and a sequel of the first Rio.  The story revolves around Blu and Jewel, the last two surviving Blue Sphinx Macaws left in the world, and their 3 rowdy children.  The two are polar opposites: Blu is a quiet, apprehensive pet who knows how […]

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Carmel Valley teens Nate Goodman, Santiago Benito, and Tyler Chase have begun principle photography for their short film Pacific Brotherhood (not set name). Santiago takes you behind the scenes to get a first look at the making of their short film.  Based on an original screenplay by Carmel Valley student Santiago Benito (A horrific night) […]

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Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theatre Presents: Conservatory Senior Thesis One Act Plays CCA Black Box Theater May 23 & May 24, 2014  SAN DIEGO (April 25, 2014) – Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present “Conservatory Senior Thesis One Act Plays”, May 23 & 24, 2014 at 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. […]

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Santiago Benito was born in 1998 in San Diego, California and has had a great life so far growing up in Carmel Valley. Ever since a young age he has showed great interest in the world of visual art, for example, he and his best friend Tyler Chase used to put on skits and make […]

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