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This blog will serve as a spot for you to find the latest and greatest happenings throughout San Diego County. Find announcements on great events and what to expect from them. Stop by and have a look at the newest art, entertainment and lifestyle events! –Natalie Soldoff, Arts and Entertainment Editor

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PREVIEW: Women's water polo looks strong, confident

Caps donned, suits wet and voices raised, Palomar’s women water polo team looked ready to play at a pre-season practice last week. Coach Kelly Falcone said talented incoming players were already settling into their roles beside more experienced second-year teammates. The 16-member team, fed by local high schools and known for sending players on to top-notch programs at San Diego State University and other regional schools, met...

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SIP OF THE WEEK: The Bloody Halfback

Football is back in full swing, and here is the perfect cocktail to celebrate with, The Bloody Halfback. Don’t be thrown off by its name, it’s simply a spicy twist on the traditional Bloody Mary. Although this is the perfect treat for football lovers, it’s as big of a hit with everyone. And I know what you’re thinking, but yes there are people out there who don’t love football. This cocktail is so...

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PREVIEW: Women's soccer prepared for season

    The Palomar College women’s soccer team is ready for season to begin. The women play different positions at different times, which will allows Coach Hector Hernandez to set up countless strategies and align the formation of the team differently. “Our goal is to win league and to play better during playoffs, ” said Hernandez before practice. The squad has plenty of compelling ability. The team is fortunate to have...

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Men's, women's soccer kick off season

Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Palomar College opened their seasons Tuesday at Minkoff Field in a doubleheader. The first game: Women’s Soccer Palomar’s women’s team defeated Santa Ana College 2-1 Tuesday in the season opener. The team was shorthanded, though, not having any substitutes. “The win feels really good because there were a lot of obstacles we faced today,” said Head Coach Hector Hernandez,...

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