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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

“In the second half we really put it together,” Hastings said.“ Our offense went right down and scored to put them away early.” Of the Pointers’ 346 yards in offense, 270 came on the ground. Touchdowns were scored by Sean McKaveny ( 3 carries, 64 yards), Leslie Rogers ( 12 carries for 45 yards), Emilio Diaz ( 3 carries for 30 yards) and Eric Bueno ( 2 carries for 16 yards). Stephan Jackson added 45 yards on seven carries. Fitzgerald ( 3 completions in 5 attempts) totaled 76 yards, including a perfectly thrown 25-yard scoring pass to Davis Callejon. For the second straight week, the Pointers did not have to punt. The Dogs’ defense again dominated, chewing up the Cardinals, forcing fumbles and making big hits on their foes. ter with a comfortable lead and his team scoring almost at will. Indeed, the Pointers enjoyed a 28-10 lead at intermission and a 49-10 advantage after three quarters. Saturday, November 14, 2009 ******* 6: 00-10: 00 P. M.******** POINT LOMA MASONIC CENTER - OCEAN B...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

For more information, visit www. myspace. com/ rhythmandthe method. Rhythm and the Method perform at Humphrey’s Backstage Lounge, 2241 Shelter Island Drive at 8 p. m. tonight, Nov. 12. The show is for those 21 and up. “I know there is a lot of hard work ahead with an album release coming up and a lot of touring,” she said.“ But it makes me feel good when I can touch someone — even if it’s just one person — with my music.” Rhythm Turner said she is thrilled with her life of making music and the progress the band has made in a relatively short time together. According to Payne, the best thing about being a part of The Method is the family vibe. “I’ve played music for a good 28 years,” she said.“ The sense of family here is what makes for a very special situation. This band feels like a once in a lifetime moment or opportunity.” Evan Turner said he savors the familial bond but is quick to point out the band’s other strengths. “Even though we’re very close, we are very diverse as far as...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

Three Course Meal Deal Every Friday-only $ 20 Come see my gemstones. Lots of new fun things! Kitchen Open ‘ til 1: 00 Nightly Zana13 Adaptogenic Tea 4918 Voltaire Street • Ocean Beach 5083 Santa Monica Ave • Ocean Beach • ( 619) 222-PIER THURSDAY · NOVEMBER 12, 2009 THE PENINSULA BEACON ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Hilary Michels’ age defiance now paying musical dividends BY BART MENDOZA | THE BEACON given up the pursuit of music full time and entered the corporate world. Now more than 20 years after Michels last made music on a full-time basis, she is ready to take her sound pub- Michels became a session singer for hire in her 20s, but by the early 1990s she had class of ’ 78. The concert is a CD release show in honor of Michels’ debut album,“ Brave New World,” but she has been a musician since her teens, when she was a student at La Jolla High School, singer-songwriter and pianist Hilary Michels, who performs at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Sherwood Hall on Saturday, Nov. ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

I would like to thank the people of the Peninsula for voting Elaine Dill in your top three Best Hairstylist. When you look good, you feel good. Healthy, beautiful hair is an essential part of that. Gorgeous Hair can be achieved! With autumn here and the holidays around the corner, don’t you want that too? We at Elaine Dill Studio want you to have the color and cut you have been wanting for yourself. The colors and fashions for fall are deep and rich. Can you picture, warm chestnut, vi brant deep eggplant, buttery blonde, or cool auburn? Whether you are a cool or a warm, we can create the colors that look best for you. Elaine Dill Studio only uses the best products to give you and your hair the polished look we all want to achieve. Make an appointment with Halina or Liz for a color and recieve a complimentary haircut. We are proud to use BUMBLE and BUMBLE, Framesi, Redken and Wella. 619-222-3455 · 3657 Voltaire, San Diego • Reformer based Pilates studio • PMA certified instructor • G...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

n.O.l 1 /;KK Saturday, Nov. 14 through Jan. 17, Quilt Visions/ Visions Art Quilt Gallery hosts a new exhibit, “Interpretations 2009.” An opening reception takes place Saturday, Nov. 14 from 5 to 7 p. m. The admission to the gallery, located at 2825 Dewey Road, is free. Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Sundays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. For information, call ( 619) 546-4872, or visit www. quiltvisions. org. COMMUNITY CALENDAR SCHOOLS THURSDAY · NOVEMBER 12, 2009 THE PENINSULA BEACON November ALookAhead 7: 30 p. m., Correia Association meeting. piece Big Band Entertainers. Dance lessons will be offered during band breaks. Popcorn and soft drinks available, along with nohost beer and wine. The cost is $ 25 per person, $ 15 per person for active-duty personnel. Reser- vations must be made by Monday, Nov. 9. For more information, visit www. fortguijarros. com. • Today, Nov. 12, 12: 40 p. m., afterschool Art Club meets. • Friday, Nov. 13, Dad’s Dropoff Day with bagels and coffee. • Wednes...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 November 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

of a home crowd after the pesky Vikings scored on a 17-yard thirdquarter pass play. Imagine taking a high-speed train from a multi-modal transportation hub near Lindbergh Field to Anaheim in less than an hour. After a smooth ride through Southern California, now imagine boarding a magnetically suspended bullet train from Anaheim to Las Vegas that arrives in less time than it would take to fly there. BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON Transit like this has been a dream since the 1970s. High-speed rail advocates reached out to publicly articulate some of their visions Nov. 12 during an open house/ forum featuring a number of design panelists who envisaged at Point Loma Nazarene University’s Brown Chapel. The event, hosted by the Design Innovation Institute ( DII), centered around a presentation of future High-speed rail backers want public support on board design possibilities for a highspeed rail system connecting major California cities. The DII is a non-profit educational organization ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

descended on Dog Beach with a mission Nov. 16. A small group staged a peaceful protest against Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick for his conviction on animal cruelty and dogfighting charges, urging the NFL to add animal fighting to the list of prohibited activities for players. Canines at Sunday’s event were encouraged to relieve themselves on the so-called“ so-called“ pee pole,” right, bearing Vick’s name. The event coincided with Sunday’s matchup between the Eagles and the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. PHOTOS BY JIM GRANT | THE BEACON Pooch power, revenge against Michael Vick? & > ; 4, Project may cause airport traffic snarls through April Ik • Foreign Languages • Study Skills • School Based Curriculum • Qualified Teachers • Affordable Rates • No Long-Term Contracts ( 858) 488-5659 www. clubztutoring. com Reserve Your Tutor Today! 18TH ANNUAL THANKSGIVING TURKEY COLORING CONTEST The coloring sheet is available at both of the company’s lo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

“It was really a neat experience and he was amazingly professional,” Arlington said.“ We never took any [ extra] takes. I was shocked.” After watching an episode of the talk show about Jaycee Dugard, the California woman who was abducted in 1991 and disappeared for 18 years before emerging again, Arlington e-mailed the show to praise one of Dr. Phil’s points. Two months later, the show responded and asked Arlington if she would like to participate in a self-defense segment. “I thought it was a joke when I opened it up,” Arlington said. Arlington demonstrated her techniques in two segments during the episode, entitled“ Abducted by a Predator.” One of the two children who was part of the demonstration was seven-year-old karate champion and La Jolla resident Kaelyn Whaley, who Arlington taught at USA Freestyle Martial Arts in Point Loma. A Point Loma self-defense teacher shared her methods with the nation last week under the bright spotlights of television. Tracie Arlington, owner of P...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

Cummings proposes building the magnetically levitated ( maglev) line from Anaheim to Las Vegas similar to lines currently operating in Shanghai, China and at London’s In addition to keynote speaker and author Richard Farson, other panelists included University of San Diego economics professor Alan Gin; transportation designer James McJunkin; urban designer and architect Rich Flierl; Harry Watkins, Point Loma Nazarene University professor of strategy and sustainability at the Fermanian School of Business; and head of the American Magline Group, Neil Cummings. Panelists included Eric Anderson, a project manager and architect who helped design the Denver Union Station Multi-Modal Hub. Anderson has proposed a 16-acre state-of-the-art Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center ( ARTIC). The facility in Orange would potentially connect to Las Vegas via high-speed, magnetically levitated bullet train. Representatives of the California High Speed Rail Authority — the body responsible...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

Really, did we need to be told that Ms. Trautwein, CEO of the NAHU ( Guest editorial“ With employer mandate, feds mandate job losses,” Nov. 12 Beacon, page 6) is against After all, we wouldn’t want to be unfair to the healthcare insurance industries whose lobbyists ( estimates are five to seven per Congressman) are struggling to be heard. I guess it is good that the The Beacon gives editorial time to commercial interests that are involved in the healthcare debate. Healthcare reform would aid the ailing Christy Schisler Point Loma Family grateful for support of ill son So much to be thankful for Consequently, the PLCSF is asking the Board of Education and the San Diego Unified School District to deliberately engage cluster communities as colleagues in the decision making process and, ultimately, to consider budget control at the cluster level. One-size-fits-all solutions are no longer tolerable. We must do better at addressing the educational needs of our individual diverse communiti...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

“They have a very good coaching staff and their kids are really disciplined,” Hastings said,“ but our kids came out in the end and found a way to win that game and I’m really proud of them.” Ironically, Fudge had just missed a 54-yard attempt on which the Pointers were penalized five yards for roughing the kicker. Earlier in the game, Pointer quarterback Keegan Fitzgerald had given his team leads of 7-0 and 146 with runs of 8 and 71 yards. And, with time expiring in the first half, La Jollan Braden Fudge drilled a 49-yard field goal, bringing his team to within 14-9 at the break. The Vikings scored on a 35-yard pass play that came on a fourth-and-two situation, catching the Pointer defense by surprise. Gemmill blocked the extra point kick. To their credit, however, the Vikings weren’t done. They drove to the Pointers’ eight yard line during the final two minutes, aided by three consecutive Dogs’ offside penalties. On a critical third down play, Pointer Zach Gemmill batted down a pas...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

Players in my league wanted to create a rugby team at the high school level. It was started by the kids and has been a student-driven effort. Pt. Lomans to get a kick out of rugby Roster taking shape as PLHS joins to form new SoCal League BY KEITH ANTIGIOVANNI | THE BEACON The Southern California Rugby Union has sanctioned the creation of a SoCal League team at Point Loma High School. While a“ club sport,” the rugby program will be subject to all California Interscholastic Federation guidelines and rules. Recently, the Southern California Rugby Union officially sanctioned the newly created SoCal High School Rugby League. High School rugby will be an official “club sport” but will be subject to all California Interscholastic Federation ( CIF) guidelines and rules — with the possibility of becoming an official CIF sport in the near future. Point Loma senior Bianca Casas and ASB advisor Emilio Torres have been key figures in helping Point Loma become one of the charter members of the S...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

www. shaimus. com. As a result, Brown said the band is greater than the sum of its parts. “It’s really cool to be a part of something like this, especially when you have really good chemistry with people,” he said.“ It’s something that you don’t want to let go of.” “[ It’s] fun and inspiring but it is also personal, so it’s easy to get into minor arguments over parts, etc.,” Brown said.“ But in the end this song that you’ve created is no longer about ‘ me.’ It’s something that the band has created as a unit.” “I love music, but there are a lot of different ways that you can play music,” Brown said.“ I can play it every day for fun, work on solo projects, or compose film scores. But when you’re in a band, you’re no longer friends. You become a family because you are working so closely together all the time.” Brown said it is not only the creativity with his bandmates that he enjoys. For Brown, the best part of being in Shaimus is the band’s camaraderie. about. We’ve been at it for a ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

O’Bistro Quaint and comfortable with an extensive, innovative menu, that is very reasonably priced. The O’Bistro offers a full bar, interior and wind/ rain proof exterior seating, serves up breakfast, lunch, dinner, and sushi, seven days a week. The critically acclaimed entrées will delight and surprise you, especially when it comes time to settle-up. Chef John Mann invites you to a Holiday Weekend Wine Dinner on Friday, Nov. 27. Please call for information. * Reservations recommended as there is limited seating. … Christmas brunch, lunch and dinner packages avaliable, hurry, as there are only a few weekend dates still available. * Too busy to pack up the staff and celebrate? O’Bistro will cater an office gathering at your place of business. j:i;>.itf,< Hut iHfcffl KHtl tttrnrn nwnn; im I "UJc'vo Got Husvos!" Ann winw. ifi*c*e*etiyoiiico/ri.«m Hi am Aw. $2.00 OFF Any Breakfast or lunch Entree j Open Doty 4dMom - 3,-OQpm Red Sails Inn Restaurant The Red Sails wi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 19 November 2009

Monday, Nov. 23, general meeting of Friends of Famosa Slough with featured speaker Drew M. Talley, Ph. D., on“ Wetland Fishes of Southern California — Natural ( and Unnatural) History.” The event, which is free and open to the public, will include light refreshments and take place at the Loma Riviera Condominium Clubhouse, 3115 Loma Riviera Drive. For more information, visit www. famosaslough. org. pher and classic cars on display. For more information or to volunteer, e-mail akinseth@ sandi. net. 5: 30 to 6 p. m.; 6 to 8 p. m., Dana Middle School’s Jazz Band plays ’ 50s and ’ 60s favorites. The event includes food and root beer sales, crafts for all ages, a photogra- • Friday, Dec. 18, 6: 30 p. m., Dana Instrumental Music Winter Concert in Jackson Theater. • Wednesday, Dec. 2, 4: 15 to 6 p. m., SSC/ SGT meeting in PD room. • Friday, Dec. 11, 7 p. m., Winter Theater Showcase in Jackson Theater. • Through Nov. 20, 1: 05 p. m., parent-teacher conferences — minimum days. • Nov. 23-27, ...

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