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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 10 December 2009

appetizers both Saturday and Sunday, nd lu 1 samp! 12-4 pm Saturday Dec 12th onlv Hot Cocoa or Mulled Spice Cider We'll be serving complimentary Larry Zciger! Hell be playing classic holiday songs as well as liis original runes! & Dried Fruit Raisins $1.99 lb Shell $2.99 lb erries $2.99 lb * .55.99 ib Pecan Halves $6.99 lb Dried Apricots $149 lb Chestnuts in Shell $5.99 lb Filet Mignon 399 Yellowtail Pacific Rim Crisp and Dry. Superb with Seafood Dry Riesling $799 g TSOml Shiraz 08 Ctasiic Aussie Red with Berry and Vanilla flavors. Goes well with Grilled Steak $C98 enaqe a Trois Red 08 Fresh, Cnsp and Light with Z„ - "■ Bright Citrjs Aromas. m $Q98 (II 1 Rock Rabbit '~ "Sauvignon Blanc 07 / Wilson Creek Almond Champagne $Q96 m ml Sparkling White Wine with a hint of pure AlmondGold Medal Winner, $798 M 7S0 ml Delightful blend of Zinfandel Merlot and Cabernet. Point Loma | Wildoimir/Munieta 4001 W. Point Loma Blvd, Opening January 2010 j hU. tt'. ../ Miiiiiuy fJr. ■ (f. 14...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

Drawing about 150 parents and community members, last week’s meeting is the latest in a series of public forums over school budget constraints district administrators blame on increasing costs combined with less One by one, parents, teachers and a couple students approached the microphone during a forum Dec. 9 at Mission Bay High School to voice ideas and possible solutions to the school district’s impending budget worries. Interim Superintendent Bill Kowba painted a bleak picture and said the San Diego Unified School District faces an estimated $ 147 million to $ 203 million budget deficit in 2010-11. Tapping into dollars set aside for special programs, offering health insurance trade-offs, work Heartbreaker for Pointers Point Loma High comes away empty-handed despite dominating Cathedral Catholic for three quarters in the Division III CIF finals. 9 Seasonal spirit The annual hot chocolate charity tradition on Garrison Street targets a teen grappling with bone cancer. 4 Give them s...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

• Science • Reading • LD/ ADD • SAT/ ACT Prep • Foreign Languages • Study Skills • School Based Curriculum • Qualified Teachers • Affordable Rates Reserve Your Tutor Today! ( 858) 488-5659 www. clubztutoring. com • No Long-Term Contracts Ail Dr. Rozsa 619.225.8000 Specialist Available Highly Experienced D. V. M Boarding & Grooming Available, RSVP for the Holidays Expires 1/ 3/ 10 At the old Shelter Island Vet Hospital location THE PENINSULA BEACON THURSDAY · DECEMBER 17, 2009 NEWS Veterans Winter Shelter opens on Sports Arena Just feeling young at art BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON “We do an extensive assessment and intake,” Landis said. “Unlike other shelters where the folks just come in and are assigned a bed, this is a comprehensive service model that’s wrapped around a winter shelter. What we do is really unique Applicants to the shelter — which will remain open until April 8 — go through a thorough background check before they are accepted. That process includes co...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

The Hybrid features several flat-panel displays — called the “Prius gauge” — in the pilothouse, showing energy generation and distribution so that passengers can monitor power flow. Once underway, the ultra-quiet Hybrid can cruise at 6-7 knots using only renewable energy. To boost speed to 10 knots, as needed on its 56-hour voyage down the coast or for maneuvering in tight docking quarters, the Hybrid draws on its environmentallyadvanced supplemental Tier 2 The Hornblower Hybrid, a 10-year-old catamaran originally built as a diving vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, was converted at Bayside Boatworks in Sausalito to run on a mixture of electric, solar and wind power with a boost from diesel-powered generators to provide back-up power as needed. In addition to electric shore power for use dockside, it boasts a whimsical fifth source of power: a stationary bicycle that passengers can pedal to add their personal power to the ship’s energy grid. “Everything we did in building The Hybrid’s ot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

From Thanksgiving through the New Year’s holiday, the average San Diego household generates between three and 10 extra bags of trash. However, not all this material is considered waste. Mixed into the trash are many recyclable materials, such as food and packaging. Too often these recyclables end up buried in the City’s Miramar Landfill, taking up valuable space. San Diego Environmental Services Department • Drop off extra packaging materials at local private mailing centers. Call the Plastic Loosefill Council Peanuts Hotline at 1-800-828-2214 for the names of local businesses that reuse packing peanuts. • Recycle non-metallic wrapping paper and boxes if you do not plan to use them again. • Save wrapping paper and ribbons to reuse next year. Ribbons made from paper can be recycled. Ribbon made from plastic or fabric is not recyclable but can be reused on other packages. • Cardboard boxes with clear plastic windows can be recycled. • If you are giving electronics, give rechargeable b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

Councilmembers approved the budget recommendations in a 7-1 vote Monday, with District 5 Councilman Carl DeMaio reiterating his vote against the mayor’s recom- The City Council initially approved the budget recommendations Dec. 9 before casting the final approval Monday. Even with the changes adopted by the City Council under this plan, the city would still face an estimated $ 77 million deficit next year, according to DeMaio. mendations because he said it is “not structurally balanced.” “It relies on one-time monies … one-time fixes that will fall apart in … 2012,” DeMaio said.“ It also intentionally underfunds our retiree healthcare benefits to the tune of $ 60 million.” • Reduction of a lifeguard position at Windansea Beach. • An estimated $ 4.3 million in Mission Bay Park improvement deferred maintenance. • Reduction of 41 police department civilian positions. • Elimination of services at Torrey Pines State Beach for nine months. • Implement rolling“ brown outs” by reducing eigh...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

SPG* insulation helps keep cool air out and warm air in. Save even more on your energy bills by caulking and weather-stripping any drafty doors and windows. For mon a Sempra Energy utility energy-saving tips to help winterize your home, visit us at sdqe.com/winter Here for yau. every day | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2009 | Take the bite out of winter by making sure your home is fully insulated. Proper - ■ ■- - JrJ -r ■ / /

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

.v-H -V- .-,<■■ C 00018103 Pr [mm- pcurirrri, ■dvinciJ SAN DIEGO ZOO Pointers lose heartbreaker to old nemesis Cathedral BY SCOTT HOPKINS | THE BEACON I F YOU MISSED IT CIF Division III championship game replay Saturday, Dec. 19, 3 p. m. Cox Cable Channel 4 Thl* winter the San Diego Zootranilormtlnlo a holiday wonderland, Sao Dkgc itylt, Enjoy thai Ing.feitiveerilerLBinrneril, and wo'ld-lamouianlmal experience* wjy. Open late, Occcmbcf 12 - 23,26- 30, and January land 2. tears replaced raindrops on the faces of many Pointer players, while some heaved deep sobs. Momentarily forgotten were the stellar performances of players like Leslie Rogers ( 22 carries, 140 yards) who broke loose for a 60yard touchdown on the opening drive of the second half to give Point Loma a 7-6 lead. QB Keegan Fitzgerald scored the Pointers’ second touchdown late in the third quarter on a 25-yard sprint, building the lead to 14-6. Until the end, the Point Loma defense had stifled a Dons’ offense th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

Last meeting: San Diego won 49-41 at Cincinnati in 2006. All-time series: Chargers lead 18-10. The Chargers have an edge in the passing game while Cincinnati has the edge on the ground, unless LaDainian Tomlinson pulls through with a solid effort. Look for an entertaining contest with turnovers possibly being the key to victory. This game might not turn out as wild as the teams' last meeting three years ago, when the Bolts rallied with 42 points in the sec-ond-half, but you never know. San Diego has won eight straight games to take sole possession of the AFC West and has not lost a game in December since 2006. POINTERS Pointer Davis Callejon ( 7) returns a punt with the help of Morris Mathews ( 9) and Thomas Bell ( 5) during last week’s game at Qualcomm Stadium against Cathedral Catholic, who edged the Pointers 20-14. PHOTO BY SCOTT HOPKINS | THE BEACON CONTINUED FROMPage 9 BY BOB HURST | THE BEACON 9? Chargers defense key to 2009 success story They went toe-to-toe with the defendin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

845 Newport Ave OFF 15% Holiday Items {•dav of event) ention this ad and receive Santa "Paws" noon to 5pm Bring your Pets for a Photo with Holiday Open House Raffles! Specials! Party All Day! Saturday, December 19 th 4857 Newport Ave · Ocean Beach • 619-225-1137 Unique gifts for dog lovers such as games, puzzles and Pet Blinkers DOG BEACH DOG WASH 4933 Voltaire Street, Ocean Beach 619-523-1700 www. dogwash. com HOURS: 7am to 9pm, 7 days a week Open Christmas: 8 am to 1 pm Wide selection of canine floating toys, holiday sqeakers, soft cuddly toys, and plenty of ropes and chews Open 10am lo 5pn HAPPY OB HOLIDAYS THURSDAY · DECEMBER 17, 2009 THE PENINSULA BEACON McKay, seated at right on four-wheeler. Above, Winston’s Beach Club lights up the holiday with its rendition of Noah’s Ark. PHOTOS BY PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON The spirit of the holiday teemed up and down Newport Avenue on Dec. 5 during the 30th installment of the Ocean Beach Christmas Parade. The lengthy and festive procession ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

• Cocktails Voted # 1 Restaurant Serving the Peninsula for over 49 years! Relax & Enjoy a great meal with family & friends during the holidays Nati’s Mexican Restaurant 1852 Bacon Street • 619- 224-3369 Ask about our Luncheon Banquet Room or Party Take-Out for large or small groups • Parking • Heated Patio Planning a Party or just need a Break? Merry Christmas, and best wishes for a blessed New Year. Rejoice in the Gifts of the Season May Christmas deliver the best gifts of all to you and yours this year: Peace, Love, Health, Happiness & Friendship. J» 619-222-5500 4817 Santa Monica Ave. Ste. D, San Diego Virginia L. Weber A Law Corporation PROBATE TRUSTS WILLS www. virginiaweber. com Zana13 Adaptogenic Tea 4918 Voltaire Street • Ocean Beach Open 1-8 pm Wednesday – Sunday dainty delicate dramatic Divine! are accepted All major credit cards- most unusual ies in San Diego. igars ■ Jewelry • Books Beads * A Music Center Early California • Latin Graph...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

ngirls Boutique wporl braue. Dun Beacfa • El 9-223-4B36 trite ljoutkjue l)y the teach .^Beacon .■ $f Serving the community for 50 years! NEWPORT AVENUE OPTOMETRY Christmas Decorations & Gift Ideas Starting at .99¢ BUMBLE BEE TUNA ( IN OIL) Expires 01-01-10 99¢ ea. 6 oz. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Thank you for all your support O. B. & Point Loma! 1 PACK MARLBORO MEDIUM OR SEVENTY-TWOS $ 429 Must Be 18 or Older with ID. With Coupon. Expires 01-01-10 Da Ice & Gabbana Christian Dior Black Flys Prada Coach Maul Jim Gucci Ray-Ban Spy $88 Complete Ocular Heal I h Evoluoliort Induding exom lor glosses & eonlacls Complete Ocular Heolrh. Evaluation Including exam for glasses $58 ■ Same Day Contact Lenses ■ 2 Year Warranty on Frames • Free Frame Adjustments * Surgery Co-Management | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2009 | electric music studios a rock & roll academy All classes taught by professional Musician Steven Rask T-sh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

Mr ass Serving San Diego for over 33 years For that “One of a Kind” Gift ANTIQUES $$ TOP DOLLAR PAID FOR GOLD & SILVER $$ 619-223-6170 4926 Newport Ave. Ocean Beach Happy Holidays from Loving Pet Care Licensed/ Bonded/ Insured Cyndee Huss Hillary Huss 619-226-PETS 7387 In home pet care Daily dog walks wagswhiskers@ sbcglobal. net wagsandwhiskerslovingpetcare. com P. O. Box 7788 • San Diego, CA 92167 HANDPACKED PINTS & QUARTS LIGHTHOUSE ICE CREAM & YOGURT 5059 NEWPORT AVE · NEAR THE PIER IN OCEAN BEACH MARKET OB FARMER’S MARKET OCEAM BEACH hWINSTREET ASSOCIATION HA PPY HOLIDAYS & HAPP Y NEW YEAR! Visit the Ocean Beach Open December 23rd & December 30th /"Tnink"N And Remember... during the Holidays! H0LIDAY FUN-FM-ALL! 4900 block Newport Ave. Ocean Beach • ( 619) 224-4906 www. OceanBeachSanDiego. com NO GAS of SAN DIEGO All Scooters at Cost! Must make room for new models! CHRISTMA S SALE! As low as $ 1200 STOP BY OUR STORE FO...

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

enough.” It’s a long way from her debut on New Year’s Eve 1989 with the show band The Revelles. Lindgren has never looked back. One of the area’s premier R& B singers, Lindgren credits vocalist Natalie Cole as a major influence behind her sound. to KUSI-TV’s“ Good Morning San Diego.” com. Lindgren can be heard every morning in San Diego with the Corvelles. That’s The Corvelles providing the vocals on the theme Today, in addition to her piano duo, she also fronts her own R& B group — Stellita’s Groove — and is one of The Corvelles, a trio dedicated to the girl-groups’ sounds of the 1960s. One might think the only way to get noticed in the music business is for an artist to be the focus of concert performances. Yet a growing number of performers have begun branching out and providing a soundtrack to other activities. Instead of having the audiences come to where they are performing, the musicians go instead to where crowds congregate. A couple cases in point ar...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

The Venetian Try our new happy hour menu, 4– 6 p. m. daily. Featuring food & drink specials. If visuals get your Italian-cuisine appetite in gear, The Venetian is your restaurant forevermore. The food has best been described as California-Italian, which simply means you can expect great fare without a lot of heavy sauce, the way some other places think Italian should be done. The pastas and chicken entrees will command your serious attention, as will the tidy bar and the family-style menu. Anything else you could ask for probably doesn’t exist. And did we mention the great service? HAPPY HOURMENU 4-6 P. M. DAILY FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS Voted # 1 in Pt. Loma & Ocean Beach Full Bar & Large Covered Patio Wine Cellar / Dining Room 3663 Voltaire St., San Diego ( 619) 223-8197 I "We've Got hWw!' 4* -«i Zt3 Join us for Dinner Oxristmas Eve, Christmas Ckty and New Year's Eve Also serving Breakfast Mew Year's Day And don't miss our Pcjama Party 1...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

THURSDAY · DECEMBER 17, 2009 THE PENINSULA BEACON BY CHARLENE BALDRIDGE | THE BEACON ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Again ‘ Grinch’ charms young and old “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” continues through Dec. 27, with performances scheduled at times that accommodate families with small children and grownups as well. See the detailed schedule at www. theoldglobe. org or call ( 619) 23-GLOBE. The critic was accompanied by a friend three years older than she. It was her first experience of the show, and she was absolutely captivated. It’s fun for the experienced “Grinch”-goer to see wonder reflected in the eyes of newbies, whether youthful or aged. In his Old Globe debut as the Grinch, Broadway veteran Jeff Skowron is a keeper, pitch perfect, vocally interesting and not too scary. Martin Van Treuren, returning as Old Max, is the absolute best, dramatically and vocally, and Logan Lipton’s second outing as Young Max is a joy. The current production, directed for the third ye...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 17 December 2009

Thursday, Dec. 17, 6: 30 p. m., regular meeting of the Peninsula Community Planning Board. more information, call ( 619) 2222240. Agendas are posted at the Hervey/ Point Loma Branch Library, 3701 Voltaire St. and are online by visiting www. pcpb. net. For COMMUNITY/ CIVIC SCHOOLS Thursday, Dec. 24, 6 to 9 p. m., 36th annual Plumosa Park Festival of Lights. The luminarias tradition was started by Carol Settles in 1956 and has grown beyond the park to surrounding streets. Plumosa Park is located on the east side of Chatsworth Boulevard. For more information, call ( 619) 222-3065, or e-mail mizdell@ pacball. net. meeting of the United Portuguese S. E. S., known as“ Contas.” All members and prospective members are welcome. The meeting takes place at the United Portuguese Hall, 2818 Avenida de Portugal. For more information, call ( 619) 895-6348. • Today, Dec. 17, 6 p. m., holiday program featuring grades kindergarten through 4. Saturday, Dec. 26, 8 a. m. to 5: 30 p. m., the three reside...

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