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Del Mar Native Spreads Holiday Magic to Children’s Hospitals

Del Mar native, Ashley Fox Linton, is the recipient of the Founder’s Day Service Award for her participation with the Holiday Magic Project, an annual compilation CD benefitting Children’s Hospitals. For the last 8 years, the vocalist has contributed original songs to the album with various collaborators. About the Holiday Magic Project: Since 2003, the Children’s […]

The animated movie “The Book of Life” begins when a school bus arrives at a history museum, full of rowdy, mischievous children.  An experienced female tour guide leads the students on a secret tour, and tells them about the most famous Mexican legend of all time, written within the magical book of life.  The main […]

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“Live It” is a fundraising event, hosted at the Del Mar Plaza, that utilizes yoga, music, art and food to bring about social change.  The Hale Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that was created by a group of teachers, performers, entrepreneurs, and artists that are committed to making sure all kids in San Diego have […]

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Dance Hearts/Bells of Freedom Rings in Happy Holidays for Military Families San Diego based Dance Hearts, a recognized 501 (c) 3 Public Charity and Bells of Freedom, a program specifically designed to care for U.S. military families, kicks off  two events aimed at making the Holidays for our local enlisted men, women and their families […]

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In dance, everything is timing.  You hear it each time you walk through the classroom or rehearsal hall…5, 6, 7 8!  To be in perfect time will more likely translate into a perfect performance. Another kind of “timing” also contributes to a dancer’s progress and success.  That one deals with the battle all of us […]

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The story begins in a Victorian-era town called Cheeseridge, which holds a terrifying secret. Small, blue, humanoid creatures clad in cardboard boxes called boxtrolls emerge from the sewers every night to snatch up children and gobble them up to fuel their mountains of bones and rivers of blood.  At least…that’s what the townsfolk believe.  In […]

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Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present  the comedy play “Museum”  by Tina Howe, November 7, 8, 13, 14 & 15, 2014 at the CCA Proscenium Theatre.  Guest Directed by Jason Maddy with Technical Direction by Jeremy Sewell and Costumes by Janet Pitcher.  Additional Production team includes CCA Student Kyra McCullough as […]

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Outside the Lens, Digital Media Literacy Non-Profit for At-Risk Youth, to Fast Pitch in Final Round of “Advance San Diego” Out of 67 applications, and 30 semi-finalists, Outside the Lens—an arts and digital media literacy non-profit—has been selected by San Diego Social Venture Partners, a local non-profit giving organization, to be a finalist at “Advance […]

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Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theatre Presents: “Zombie Prom” At the CCA Black Box Theater October 24, 25, 30, 31 & November 1, 2014  Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present the musical “Zombie Prom” by Dana Rowe and John Dempsey, October 24, 25, 30, 31 & November 1, 2014 at the CCA […]

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11th Annual Spirits of Mexico Festival Announces New San Diego Location Mexican spirit connoisseurs, tequila lovers and San Diego foodies will gather in Del Mar on September 28th for the 11th Annual Spirits of Mexico Festival.  Formerly held over a five-day period in Old Town San Diego, this year’s event will come at the Del Mar Fairgrounds for […]

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The photo tip this time around is about height, what height you are shooting at. And a lot of us take photos directly at whatever our natural height is, maybe a little bit lower, maybe a little bit higher if you’re shooting a big group or something. But specifically for summer photos, for kids and […]

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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 […]

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