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Faces in the Crowd

Jaydon Sterling-Randall Helps the Vista Art Foundation Give Artists a Voice
2 months ago

Jaydon Sterling-Randall Helps the Vista Art Foundation Give Artists a Voice

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Art Can Change the World

A Palomar College sculpture class changed the world for Vista resident Jaydon Sterling-Randall. “I do work a non-art related job,” she explained, “however, the occupation …
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Kylie Jenkins Turned Her Love for Creating into a Blog
6 months ago

Kylie Jenkins Turned Her Love for Creating into a Blog

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Make It, Bake It, Create It

About 15 years ago, Kylie Jenkins couldn’t find the perfect stationery when planning her son’s first birthday party, so she made the product herself. …
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Antonio Bowman Is an Inspiration On and Off the Field
8 months ago

Antonio Bowman Is an Inspiration On and Off the Field

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Overcoming Adversity

Last October, Rancho Buena Vista High School (RBV) senior Antonio Bowman was seriously injured during his high school football game. “I was taken out of the game by …
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Michael Venturella Nods to Hometown Nostalgia and Community Rebirth
10 months ago

Michael Venturella Nods to Hometown Nostalgia and Community Rebirth

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Dance of Celebration

On the roundabout of S. Santa Fe and Eucalyptus is our city’s first permanent art commission. It is named Prima Vista, meaning “first sight” and was designed …
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With a Passion for Cycling and an Itch for Travel, Jeremy Nolan Biked 4,228 Miles on the TransAmerica Trail
12 months ago

With a Passion for Cycling and an Itch for Travel, Jeremy Nolan Biked 4,228 Miles on the TransAmerica Trail

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Sense of Adventure

Jeremy Nolan’s passion for biking goes way back. “I raced on the Whitman College Club cycling team for a year,” recalled Jeremy. After his college racing season …
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Kellie Dooley and Allison Gharst Revived The Queen Bee Market for Creative Crafters
1 year ago

Kellie Dooley and Allison Gharst Revived The Queen Bee Market for Creative Crafters

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Queen Bees

When something is awesome, we hold on to it. Kellie Dooley and Allison Gharst are sisters and owners of Peabody and Sassafras, a salvaged wooden sign and home …
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The McCloskeys Founded a Nonprofit Dedicated to Education and Business Support
1 year ago

The McCloskeys Founded a Nonprofit Dedicated to Education and Business Support

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Lifting Up Others

Joe and Debby McCloskey have a combined 11 sisters. That’s plenty of female influence, according to Joe, and part of the inspiration behind their nonprofit organization, Helping …
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Retired Superintendent of Schools Dave Cowles Continues to Make a Difference in 92081
2 years ago

Retired Superintendent of Schools Dave Cowles Continues to Make a Difference in 92081

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Cornerstone of the Community

Dave Cowles has deep roots in the city of Vista. He first came to the community as a teenager in 1962 when his mother began …
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Elizabeth and Eric Sainz Enjoy the Fruits of Their Labor (and Veggies and Nuts, Too!)
2 years ago

Elizabeth and Eric Sainz Enjoy the Fruits of Their Labor (and Veggies and Nuts, Too!)

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Working with Nature

An edible food forest may sound like something out of a fairy tale, but Elizabeth and Eric Sainz have created this setting in their Vista backyard. Memories …
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Photographer, Artist, Writer, and Community Volunteer Winifred Meiser Shares Her Passion for Life with Others
2 years ago

Photographer, Artist, Writer, and Community Volunteer Winifred Meiser Shares Her Passion for Life with Others

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Picture Perfect

Winifred Meiser and her husband George have lived in dozens of places throughout the United States and Europe. However, they have called Vista their home since 1999 and …
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