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Comic-Con 2022: 5 smoking activations at SDCC including Netflix’s Gray Man Training Program

Comic-Con 2022: 5 smoking activations at SDCC including Netflix’s Gray Man Training Program Activations – live events that use activities to immerse fans in beloved TV shows and movies  – are an integral part of the Comic-Con experience.  One such activation is The Gray Man Training Program by Netflix, which can be easily spotted from […]

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Cal State San Bernardino women’s volleyball program has night to remember

Cal State San Bernardino women’s volleyball program has night to remember SAN BERNARDINO — Cal State San Bernardino women’s volleyball coach Kim Cherniss said she believed she could keep her emotions in check Saturday. Not a chance. Not on this night. Cal State San Bernandino unveils its NCAA Division II championship banner from the 2019 […]

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Disneyland Magic Key replaces annual passholder program

Disneyland Magic Key replaces annual passholder program Disneyland has unveiled a replacement for the popular annual passholder program used by a million fans that will require advance reservations as part of a new system designed to reduce crowding and smooth demand throughout the year. Disneyland announced on Tuesday, Aug. 3 that the new Magic Key […]

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Disneyland will launch a new annual pass program, and these factors will determine when

Disneyland will launch a new annual pass program, and these factors will determine when Answering the question of when Disneyland launches a new annual pass program is as complex and unpredictable as the coronavirus pandemic and largely out of the Anaheim theme park’s control. Four key factors will determine when Disneyland rolls out a new […]

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Temecula Valley Historical Society plans another online program

Temecula Valley Historical Society plans another online program E. Hale Curran working at the Murrieta post office in the 1950s. Mindy Johnson will portray Curran in an online presentation May 18 for the Temecula Valley Historical Society. (Courtesy of Temecula Valley Historical Society) Instead of an in-person meeting this month, the Temecula Valley Historical Society […]

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Lakers received, then returned, $4.6 million from coronavirus loan program

Lakers received, then returned, .6 million from coronavirus loan program The Lakers say they have returned a $ 4.6 million loan they received from a federal loan program intended to help small businesses weather the coronavirus crisis. The team confirmed that they qualified for and received the loan from the Small Business Administrations’ Payroll Protection […]

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San Bernardino County program saving shelter pets from euthanasia

San Bernardino County program saving shelter pets from euthanasia When the Devore Animal Shelter took in a blind, deaf and nearly toothless chihuahua, Athena Nava got on the phone. “I reached out to the rescue groups … And they immediately came for that one the day it was available,” Nava said. They “wasted no time.” […]

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Need help with technology? Check out Teens Teaching Tech program at Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library

Need help with technology? Check out Teens Teaching Tech program at Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library There’s a new program at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library for those needing technology assistance. The Heart of Temecula Leo Club, a high school service club, has partnered with the library to offer free technology assistance between […]

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National award for Temecula Valley school district employee for her contributions to Operation School Bell program

National award for Temecula Valley school district employee for her contributions to Operation School Bell program The Assistance League of Temecula Valley recently presented the National Operation School Bell Award to Laura Boss, public information officer of the Temecula Valley Unified School District, at the league’s annual meeting at Galway Downs in Temecula. The award […]

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Theater program boosts creative potential of Adelanto youth

Theater program boosts creative potential of Adelanto youth A grassroots nonprofit has been bettering the lives of Adelanto children through theatre arts for three generations. When Viletta Martin moved to the high desert, she began looking for a way to serve the community with her degree in fine arts. Recognizing a need for programming in […]

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