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Carmel Valley High School Student Shows Promising Future as Film Maker

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 […]

Ever since he was a young boy in Japan, Jiro dreams of flying and designing beautiful airplanes, inspired by the famous Italian airplane designer Caproni.  Growing up with an obsession for engineering, Jiro joins a Japanese aviation company and becomes one of the world’s most radical and accomplished airplane designers.  He spends decades attempting to design the fastest and […]

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If you graduated from high school in the U.S. or Canada, you’ve had a senior yearbook portrait made.  If that year of graduation was between 1950 and about 1975, it was probably black and white, was a smiling, head and shoulders portrait, probably in a suit or fake tux for the boys, and maybe an […]

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Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theatre Presents: “Les Miserables: School Edition At the CCA Proscenium Theater March 21- 29, 2014  Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present “Les Miserables School Edition”, Directed by CCA Envision Theatre Coordinator Amy Blatt. Performed entirely by CCA students from March 21-29th at the CCA Proscenium Theatre.  Production team also includes CCA Vocal […]

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Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theatre Presents: “Twelfth Night” At the CCA Black Box Theater Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”, Guest Directed by Jason Maddy from February 28 – March 8, 2014 at the CCA Black Box Theatre.  The production team also includes Jeremy Sewell (CCA Technical […]

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What if your species was on the holiday menu every year?  Wouldn’t you want to do something about that?  In the new animated movie “Free Birds,” Reggie the turkey (voiced by Owen Wilson) has always dreaded Thanksgiving, seeing members of his flock taken away to be cooked for dinner.  But, his radical ideas make him […]

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In the new Disney animation “Frozen,” Elsa and Anna are two inseparable sisters and are both the young daughters of the wise and noble rulers of the Scandinavian kingdom called Arendelle.  The older daughter Elsa was born with the power to create snow and ice with magic energy that appears instantly from her fingers.  One […]

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Have you ever wondered how much or how little we can see with our own eyes?  Well, there are countless phenomena in everyday life that we can’t perceive simply because they are too small, too fast, too slow, or simply invisible!  “Mysteries of the Unseen World” delves into the world of the unseen: invisible light, […]

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The Rockademy is a music school located in Solana Beach but what sets them apart from most music schools is their unique approach to teaching.  The Rockademy was founded in December of 2010.  James Couzens, drum instructor, vocalist and professional musician, began working with the bands that his drum students played in.  Due to the success, James came […]

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Movie Filmed in San Diego with Carmel Valley Teen, Host Red Carpet Premiere San Diego, CA – Like all other holidays, we have a handful of movies to choose from and if we are lucky, at least one that we can bring the entire family to. This Thanksgiving holiday San Diego families are in for a […]

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Local Business Hires Unlikely Security Guard Artie is not your average security guard, he has stopped burglaries and has had many people arrested like other security guards, but what sets him apart from the rest is the fact that he is blind.  Many people may think that being a security guard is not a job […]

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“Cloudy With an Chance of Meatballs 2″ is a sequel to the first “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”, and takes place directly after the first film ends. This film does a decent job of telling the story of the first film in about a minute, but I didn’t like the fact that the films were linked […]

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