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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 September 2009

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

7: 20 a. m. Hi: SUNDAY Surf Report SATURDAY 4: 08 p. m. 10: 20 a. m. Low: 7: 07 a. m. Hi: R E M E M B E R I NG A BYGON E E RA Statue pays tribute to city’s rich fishing, cannery history Folklore festival dishes up color, culture Cultural revelers were dazzled by color, music, food and frivolity during the annual Portuguese Folklore Festival at the United Portuguese S. E. S. Hall on Saturday, Sept. 19. Top, dancers show off their traditional dance moves while, at left, costumed participants check out a vendor booth with plenty of Portuguese-themed items. At right, Sabrina and her son, Adrian, share a moment with family friend Emily. PHOTOS BY MARIA EPSTEN | THE BEACON The tribute to cannery workers, dubbed Parque del Sol, is located at the corner of Cesar Chavez Parkway and Crosby Street, adjacent to “It’s going to be a beautiful day to be able to salute the cannery industry and the fishing industry, so I’m really looking forward to the date,” said Port of San Diego commissioner Robe...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

The Dealmaker awards annually honor San Diego individuals and firms that create significant long-term value for the region. Nominations were solicited from the general public and a formal nominating committee. About 35 total nominations were received and reviewed by the committee, with three finalists in each category: Desalination Project for tenacity and leadership in addressing regional water shortages. After 10 years of planning and five years in a state permitting process, the project has now received final approval and is expected to be operational in 2011. • NAVFAC Southwest and its 3,000 employees for providing local construction employment to offset the slowdown in construction through solar-power projects at various military bases, communications buildings and other locations. NAVFAC Southwest has been a significant employer of new college graduates. • The San Diego Zoo for a wide variety of regional and global efforts, including activities as diverse as protection and exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

Weight-loss challenge event planned in OB A local resident is challenging people to a competition to lose weight and get healthy. The nonprofit, eight-week Ocean Beach Challenge starts Wednesday, Sept 30 and includes tips on nutrition and exercise, paired with a little friendly competition. WAIVER CONTINUED FROMPage 1 The 80 sites in San Diego were part of a statewide effort in which 56,877 volunteers collected 801,937 pounds of trash. For more information, including additional statistics, visit www. cleanupday. org. sites — a record number. Trash bagged ranged from the expected — cigarette butts, bottlecaps and plastic bags — to the unexpected, including an ATM machine, a fake nose and pickles. Waterways around San Diego are a little bit cleaner this week following a record-breaking turnout for the 25th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day. An estimated 65,000 pounds of trash was removed from 80 cleanup sites at the California Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 19. A total of 9,587 volu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

Is your bank changing AGAIN? Switch to SDCCU! SanViego County CreditUnion Growing together While the bulk of the tuna industry vanished from San Diego in the mid-1980s, Felando said that today, two major tuna canners — Bumble Bee Foods and Chicken of the Sea International — still have headquarters in San Diego. With the creation of Parque del Sol, former cannery workers and their families have a place to reflect on what was. “It will have a big impact for the residents that have been here for a long period of time that have actually worked in the industry,” Valderrama said.“ I think it’s going to have a lot of significance to these individuals because this was part of the history.” “It’s important to a lot of people in the community because even though they may not have worked in it, their ancestors did,” Tait said. “It was a real entry point for immigrants who came to America in those days, enabling them to get a foot in the door of the so-called ‘ American Dream.’” “The tuna indus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

by the Beach" and we're excited about our new location in Del Mar! We'll have sea breezes, shady trees, and plentiful parking. San Diego House Rabbit Society's annual festival is back! This year's theme is "Bunnies Muffin & Mr. Beasley are two darling dwarf Silver Marten bunnies looking for a new home. Best friends who must be adopted together, they would love a family where they can get a lot of attention. See them at www. sandiegorabbits. org Local dog training company, The Collared Scholar, has noted the danger the potential of wildfires poses to pets and in response, offers some helpful tips to ensure you have a disaster preparedness plan in place to keep family and pets safe during the wildfire season. nesses. With the current drought in San Diego, it’s shaping up to be another severe wildfire season. San Diego is no stranger to wildfires, with the 2007 wildfires destroying 1,500 homes and over 500,000 acres and the 2003 wildfires killing 16 people and burning down ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

BY BART MENDOZA | THE BEACON uniquely using original material and script. By the time he retired in 2007, Zeiger had staged more than 30 musicals, with over 100 started out as a final class project for his senior English students, Among the talents involved are trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos, guitarist Peter Sprague, keyboard player Anthony Smith and drummer Tim McMann. This is the first event of its kind to be held at Baron’s Marketplace. According to Debi Tauber, the store’s marketing manager, this CD-release show is an out- Work on the album began in November 2007 and wrapped up in July 2009. The lengthy recording time was due to having so many songs and arrangements as well as musician availability. Joel Cobb and Tamara Cooper. The two-disc set, which includes 21 songs, will be available at the show. It will also soon be available on CDBaby, iTunes and local coffeehouses Reds and The Zeiger taught English and the arts of film and theater at Point Loma High School for 33 years, bu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

Wafkir* On Wrter Breakfast ■ Burgers ■ Salads Sandwiches * Seafood LATE NIGHT mm WITH FUU BAR Lunch & Pinnae Qaily Palin &, Interior Piping Breakfast on Weekends Dogs Welcome (9am - 2pm) Plenty of Parking Futl Bar Banquets & Special Events 619-223-2202 - 4934 Vn)ta(ra Strut cJ Ocean Beach Warw.infD^OQisrrseifB.CDm Bringing real ale to Ocean Beach! Join us every Thursday for Cask Night. With 21 taps that constantly rotate, you are bound to find a new favorite beer every time you come in. You'll also find a selection of 80+ bottles which are also constantly changing. They have also mastered the art of thin crust pizza with seven different types of hand tossed pizza. Order by the slice or a whole pie, with daily happy hour specials plus OB locals’ special on Thursdays. Member of the San Diego Brewing Guild. Come down and enjoy your slice of pie and pint of beer on the open-air patio, while taking in the Pacific ocean view! Newport Pizza &...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

At least one good thing for teams facing the Miami Dolphins this year is that they are better prepared to face the wildcat offense than they were last year. All-time series: Dolphins lead 12-10 in the regular season. Sunday, Sept. 27 Miami at San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium, 1: 15 p. m. TV: CBS Last meeting: Miami won 17-10 at home in 2008. Key stats: The Dolphins outreached San Diego 167-60 last season, gaining 49 yards on 11 carries and scoring a touchdown using their wildcat offense. Ronnie Brown ran for 125 yards for back Philip Rivers more, so he can do his thing. Noteworthy: Miami has won seven straight over the Chargers, including three games in San Diego. Prediction: Chargers 24, Dolphins 20 Miami while LaDainian Tomlinson gained just 35 yards on 12 carries for the Chargers. Game day: The Bolts should be more in tune to stopping the wildcat this time. They also need to make big stops on defense to get the ball into the hands of quarter- QUARTZ O2 BAR 4966 Santa Monica Ave., OB ·...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

Zach Gemmill ( 2) of Point Loma rushes untouched to block a field goal attempt by El Capitan’s Brooks Noble ( 24), preserving the Pointers’ 9-7 victory and pushing the Pointers to 3-0 in the young season. PHOTOS BY SCOTT HOPKINS | THE BEACON The Falcons ( CIF Division II, Eastern League) are coming off a bye week and feature running back Brennan Clay, who totaled 282 yards from scrimmage in a 37-14 victory over Poway. Junior varsity teams meet at 4 p. m. with varsity action kicking off at 6: 30 p. m. The undefeated varsity Pointers ( 3-0) face their toughest test of the season when they travel to Scripps Ranch ( also undefeated at 2-0) on Friday, Sept. 26 for a non-league doubleheader. The varsity victory followed losses to the Vaqueros by the Pointer freshmen ( 29-18) and junior varsity ( 49-20), leaving each team with a 1-2 record. “I was proud of our effort,” Hastings said.“ This was a great building game for us as we get ready for league.” dle. Joyner had another big game as he ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

• Wednesday, Sept. 30, arts enrichment,“ Early Folk Music” performance. • Friday, Sept. 25, 7 p. m., veteran comedian and“ founding father” of Ocean Beach Comedy, Steven Kendrick, headlines OBC. Tickets are $ 5 and available at the door. Winston’s Beach Club, 1921 Bacon St., ( 619) 222-6822 ($ 10 at the door and lecture is included in the workshop). The gallery is located at 2825 Dewey Sept. 4 from 5 to 7 p. m. Richardson will also conduct a workshop, “Painting and Composition,” on Saturday, Sept. 5 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. with a lecture and tour the same day from 1 to 2: 30 p. m. Through Nov. 1, Visions Art Quilt Gallery presents the works of Emily Richardson. An artist’s reception is slated for Friday, • Friday, Sept. 25, 9 a. m. to TASTE OF N 0 RTH $3o^_ PARK* Mutt b* 21 f90rt Of *W*r wfHl Si Gwki valid I .O. for tticrobrew Tastlns 1 hww'&nitTr Ko&TaujnnT Walk open io all ages, SVEDKA ATZI3 WT EO11VODK A OF Z0J5 VDHVPw coast m r +* ■ ■ ■ *****************...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 24 September 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 October 2009

4* V w San Diego Community Newspaper Group Beach restroom demolished, redesigns on drawing board SEERAIL, Page 7 BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON The restroom — referred to by city officials as a“ comfort station” — is now slated for reconstruc- Ocean Beach community leaders are taking ideas for the design of the new Brighton Avenue restroom after the decades-old structure was demolished recently. “We’re looking for community input,” said OBTC president Jim bling and dangerous condition, according to city officials. The Ocean Beach Town Council ( OBTC) has now formed a subcommittee of members from the Ocean Beach Planning Board, the Ocean Beach MainStreet Association and town council members to take ideas and make recommendations to the city, although the timelines are as yet unclear. tion. The city condemned and demolished the old facility about a month ago because of its crum- Heating things up with solar energy Visitors packed Liberty Station over the weekend to check out the lates...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 October 2009

A large alcohol-oriented floating party on Mission Bay, drawing an estimated 2,500 Labor Day weekend participants who floated around the beach alcohol ban Sept. 5, still has residents talking. Dubbed“ Floatopia” after a similar event thrown by college students in Santa Barbara, the recent Mission Bay version left some neighbors wading through trash, concerned about safety and worried about the event’s environmental impact. The 24-year-old East County resident said he’s not worried about police calling him and that he shouldn’t be held liable if other people leave trash behind. He said the group plans to continue the event on a monthly basis as long as weather permits. “We’re not really doing anything illegal,” Schonert said. “More or less it was about being able to return to the beach and legally enjoy a beverage.” District 2 City Councilmember Kevin Faulconer declined comment. Office Communications Director Tony Manolatos said the councilmember’s office received about half a dozen ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 October 2009

“In the long term, it may mean a reduction in owned or leased space at our Campus Point offices, which is also in keeping with SAIC’s overall plans to improve facility densi- Science Applications International Corp. ( SAIC) will move its corporate headquarters from the University City/ La Jolla area to McLean, Va., nearer to Washington D. C., leaving the future of the company’s Point Loma location unclear. The relocation was made because the defense and engineering company maintains its largest concentration of staff at about 17,500 employees, said officials. The relocation affects mainly corporate functions and will leave much of the San Diego workforce unscathed for now. SAIC executives said they also plan to relocate 20 San Diegobased corporate positions to McLean by the summer of 2010. BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON Mysterious smell doesn’t pass sniff test with neighbors letters to neighbors in surrounding communities. was definitely a hydrocarbon from the routine venting of the...

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