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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 12 August 2010

OCEAN BEACH MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION EVERY WEDNESDAY, 4 - 8PM Voted“ Best Farmer’s Market in San Diego” www. OceanBeachSanDiego. com Ocean Beach “Where the sun sets on San Diego” CHECK AND ADJUST VALVES Irrigation , Tune-up $100 CONTROLLER, SPRAYHEAD AND DRIP INCOME TAX & BOOKKEEPING • Year-round Tax Service • Notary Public • Bookkeeping & Payroll ft 4869 SANTA MONICA AVENUE, SUITE C SAN DIEGO, CA 92107 ( 619) 225-9571 Stacey Thayer Next to the Post Office Be sure to VOTE VOTE ONLINE: WWW. PENINSULABEACON. COM BEST OVERALL RESTAURANT 2009 & 2010 HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL MON-FRI 3-5PM ½ Price Appetizers • Quesadillas soft or crisp • Jalapeño Poppers • Chiquitos • Nacho Supreme $ 3.99 House Margaritas Cocktails • Plenty of Parking Candlelight Dining • Garden Patio 1852 Bacon Street ( at Niagara) Ocean Beach 619-224-3369 «m t-»The Peninsula ABeacon for your FAVORITE 2 0 1 0 RETAILERS & SERVICES! DEADLINE EXTENDED TO AUG. 17TH | THURSDAY, AUGUST ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

“We’ve heard some great things about the show, so we’re hoping it will be successful,” said Denny Knox, exective director of the Ocean Beach MainStreet Association.“ It seems like it has gotten really good reviews and I’m hoping that translates out.” O cean Beach will find itself in the cable TV spotlight next month. The pilot show of FX network’s comedic drama “Terriers,” filmed and set in Ocean Beach, will air at 10 p. m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8. SEE CRASH, Page 7 BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON On Aug. 11, the board issued a letter to the Coast Guard making two recommendations for cell phone use aboard its vessels. “The boat operations and safety officers will review it and figure cell phone at the time of the crash. While the investigation continues into the four U. S. Coast Guard ( USGC) petty officers charged in the fatal Dec. 20 boat crash on the San Diego Bay, the National Transportation Safety Board ( NTSB) acknowledged this month that a crew member was using a “Terriers” hir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

— Jenna Frazier Seasonal green sea algae blooms and washes ashore in Ocean Beach recently. Despite its coloration, lifeguard officials said the algae explosion is not hazardous. JIM GRANT | THE BEACON BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON SEE MOVIE, Page 5 Colburn apparently planned to rob another bank on Jan. 26, 2009 in Mission Valley. Employees thought he was acting suspiciously and took down his car license plate number and physical description, though he left the bank without taking anything. Colburn served in the Air Force and was a jet engine mechanic before he was discharged. He will receive credit for 1 1/ 2 years in jail that he has now served. Colburn pleaded guilty to all seven counts. At his first robbery on July 12, 2006, at the Citibank on Hershel Avenue, he got nearly $ 14,000. He robbed another Citibank on Villa La Jolla Drive on Oct. 5, 2006 and took $ 3,000, according to court records. The last La Jolla heist occurred Nov. 17, 2008 at California Bank & Trust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

The suspect, described by witnesses as a 6-foot black male in his mid-20s, reportedly produced a handgun and demanded cash from the store clerk. No customers were present at the time of the robbery, according to Det. Mark Haas with the Robbery Unit of the San Diego Police Department. The suspect apparently fled on foot with cash and cigarettes. At the time of the robbery he was described as wearing gray pants, a dark shirt and a gray hoodie. The suspect was last seen on Jefferson Street in Point Loma. The investigation NEWSbriefs on Aug. 16. The incident unfolded shortly after 4: 30 p. m. when the victim was approached by the other two males near the intersection of Garrison and Willow streets, according to investigators. The victim told police the two suspects appeared to be between 17 and 19 years old, wearing dark-colored hoodies. One of the suspects reportedly ordered the victim to empty his pockets. When he refused, the second suspect apparently stabbed the victim twice in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

The Bali Hai is located at 2230 Shelter Island Drive. For more information or to purchase tickets, call ( 858) 492-9792, or visit www. joinmda.org/ bali-haiendlesssummer. “While they were filming, that was just the height of the economy going south on us in San Diego,” Knox said.“ They came in with all their people, they employed a lot of [ local] people and some merchants were paid for [ using] their loca- tions.” Anderson said the“ Terriers” crew hired 100 local crew people and hundreds of extras each week during shooting. She estimated the crew made a total economic infusion of more than $ 20 million during the stay. “They spent millions and millions here,” Anderson said. For locals wanting a theater-type viewing atmosphere in Ocean Beach during the airing of pilot, The Harp and Old Townhouse Restaurant are holding a“ Terriers” watch party. Knox said the Newport Avenue neighbors are banding together to house the viewing. For more information about“ Terriers” or to see a trailer a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Don French Point Loma The menu is extensive with many new experiences for the palate. Thanks for the review. ous buzz,” Aug. 12 Peninsula Beacon, page 11), three of us decided to try it out. What a wonderful surprise. The restaurant is delightful; the service was excellent; and one of the owners — Cindi [ Hoang]— sat down with us for several minutes. She pointed out that the hours the restaurant is open is from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. — two hours later than what was in the paper. teroffer.“ NO” on the tax increase and a PROMISE that if the 10 things aren’t completed to our satisfaction by the time they run for re-election or another office that we will end their political careers by voting for the opponents at each and every opportunity. Bistro, Beacon restaurant preview get high marks After reading your review about La Playa Bistro (“ New neighborhood bistro creates seri- They apparently think that we are not aware they were elected to do these things and are currently being paid to do ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

“It’s the luck of the draw,” Oberbauer said.“ As far as we know, it’s not a genet- ic thing.” But the emotional rollercoaster did not end there. Her sister was also diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2009 — five months before her own cancer diagnosis. Oberbaur’s sister passed away this last May. Oberbauer’s father was diagnosed in January 2009 with lung cancer — just nine months before Oberbauer’s own cancer diagnosis. Rabourne said Oberbauer has overcome tragedy extending well beyond her own battle with cancer. Oberbauer suffered triple blows in 2009 when her father was diagnosed in February with lung cancer, in May when her sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and in October when she learned she had breast cancer herself. COURTESY PHOTO CRASH CONTINUED FROMPage 1 www.edwardjones.com Member 5! PC The NTSB asked for a response from the Coast Guard within 90 days. As for the legal proceedings, the Article 32 investigation — similar to a criminal trial — is still being coordinated...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Acacia Travel and Collette Vacations Fiiirsm Recreational Music Center Point Loma Community Recreation Cou M'JTiUi mw)M M Walter Andersen Nursery Point Loma Rotary Club liiMUUiil w America's Finest City Half Marathon Matt Kalla Insurance Ocean Beach People's Co-op The Yamashiro Family Cabrillo Civic Club #16 Catherine Miller & Associates Catrina Russell, Realtor Coleman Moving Systems Embassy Dry Cleaners Susan Houser Bill & Marty Klees Ocean Beach Community Foundation Peninsula Lions Club George & Denise Silva Wags & Whiskers Rich & Kathy Wrig Zed Electric Kleege Industries Bird Generator Jersey Mike's Sub The Wine Pub Point Loma Optimist Club Point Loma Little League Kerri De Rosier, Make the World Write John Rickey, House Graphics Hartley Insurance Services Paul Grimes, Internet Service Pros The Peninsula Beacon Sign Diego Beach Sweets Fresh & Easy | THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 2010 | Your «ifts make the community c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Performance You Can Trust 619.225.1355 'San Diego Trust is the only community bank in San Diego County to be designated as a "5-Star" institution by BaucrHnuncial for the past 16 consiuitive quarters. “Point Loma is a unique and wonderful community, with its own distinct character and needs,” commented Michael Perry, Chairman, President and CEO.“ We see a great opportunity in this market given the strength of our organization and the many ties to the community through our Board, management team, and numerous founding shareholders ( via Peninsula Bank of San Diego),” continued Perry.“ We are very grateful for all the support shown by the Point Loma residents and businesses that have already established their banking relationship with San Diego Trust and look forward to serving the entire community for years to come.” San Diego Trust Bank is recognized as one of the most successful community banks in all of Southern California having recorded no less than 23 consecutive quarters of pr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

The Point Loma Summer Concerts don't Just M They require an army of dedicated volunteers THANK YOU to the following committee and volunteers who made the 2010 Point Summer Concerts the most successful ever! The lounge inside Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern on North Harbor Drive offers a warm, inviting atmosphere with American comfort food and healthy options, too. COURTESY PHOTO The one dessert menu item is vanilla bean ice cream with hot fudge, warm chocolate chip cookies, This might be because of the menu, boasting items like Southern cheddar and pimento dip with warm corn tortilla chips; meatloaf with bacon rainbow served with mashed potatoes, veggies and herb gravy; and the popular brunch item, Bubba, a housemade buttermilk biscuit served with fried chicken, bacon, cheddar, sausage gravy and tater tots. “We were discovered pretty quickly by Yelpers and food bloggers,” Wilhelm said. Executive chef James Nunn said he uses the freshest ingredients and tries to use locally harvested ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

“Our employees are our number one asset,” Diem said.“ If you have happy employees, you have a smooth, well-run restaurant.” “Mike always said that he hires people that wouldn’t be hired somewhere else,” The team is excited about the new restaurant, Diem said. “It was an empty shell,” Diem said of the new building.“ We are building it from scratch.” He looks forward to working in a restaurant designed with precise planning and thoughtful consideration about the little details that go into the everyday flow of Hodad’s kitchen. The owners sat all the employees down and asked them what would help them do their jobs better. The feedback came in and the team is trying to incorporate it in the design of the new structure. The new digs are on the east side of downtown at 10th Avenue and Broadway Street. However, Obecians know how packed Hodad’s can be, and Diem hopes that adding a second location will alleviate some of the congestion. The team at Hodad’s originally wanted to open a restaura...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Diem pointed out that just because it will not be at the beach, does not mean that it will not be the same Hodad’s. Diem joked. “We have a really good family [ staff],” he said. However, the plan works. Diem said the restaurant has a loyal staff of hard workers who care about the business. The immensely popular Hodad’s burger joint in Ocean Beach will open a second location downtown in“ Septober.” PAUL HANSEN | Downtown News Hodad’s walls are covered in license plates, photos, bicycles; whatever a customer brings in can end up on the wall. orated by the customers,” Diem said. “We aren’t bringing the beach to downtown,” Diem said.“ We are bringing Hodad’s.” Hodad’s has been recognized many times for its delicious burgers. It has been highlighted on“ The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” and“ Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” with Guy Fieri, as well as having been named one of the top five burger joints in the country by CNN. For the exact opening date, visit www. hodadies. com in“ Septober.” 7...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Mission Bay* Madison* H Serra* Nov. 19 First Round of Division III CIF Playoffs Nov. 26 Quarterfinals of Division III CIF Playoffs Dec. 3 Semifinals of Division III CIF Playoffs Dec. 10 Division III Championship at Qualcomm Stadium Senior defensive lineman Christian Heyward ( 80) will lead Point Loma’s defense this season. The Pointers’ star is already being pursued by 30 Division I schools. SCOTT HOPKINS | The Beacon f OVER A Conmiunity Picnic a Craft Fair and ;l Iter Ganltti PRESENTED BY Ocean Bench Center 4IIIIII1111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPIPPPPPIIIIII411111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPPPPPIII4II4411^ 'Fun in the sun" CamiviJ Rides, Fowl, Livr Music; 4 pm Blackout Party 2 pm Gregory Page 3 pm Chuck Schiele 1 pm Chad Cavanaugh Live on Stage 11 am School of Rock Dusty Rhodes Park HORTONKAZ Hot Dog on i Slkk 0' Brothers Tipsy Crow Urban Bar and Grill EAST VILLAGE Dirty iViV East Village Tavern +Bow Hotel Indlg tolusThai Cuisine Mondo Getato Proper Gastra Pub/WfneSleab' Tilted Kill Put? a Eatery Toa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

SPORTSbriefs Young surfers will strut their stuff in Ocean Beach on Saturday, Aug. 28 in the ninth annual Ocean Beach Gromfest surf contest. The event, hosted by Sunset Cliffs Surfing Association ( SCSA), will be held from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. on the north side of the Ocean Beach Pier. over OB for Gromfest Local youth to take The ninth annual Ocean Beach Gromfest surf contest gets under way Aug. 28 at 7 a. m. COURTESY PHOTO Now Open Daily for Lunch & Open for Breakfast Saturday & Sunday at 8 a. m. IBBH Oil For more information on registration, contact Carruth at ( 858) 334-9558, or e-mail PSLDirector@ peninsulasocc list, understanding the college admission and recruiting process, communicating with college coaches and more. Both Albion and PSL strive to be a top-to-bottom organization. In addition to his PSL director role, Carruth is an Albion coach and works in the capacity Peninsula Soccer working side-by-side. We have both avenues, which is important.” of a ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Red Sails Inn 2614 Shelter Isltand Dr. San Diego CA 619-223-3030 aiurday a Sunday s Welcome Inino /\i ike. 7>U* 5083 Santa Monica Ave Ocean Beach, CA (619) 222-7437 Enjoy a meal while watching the peaceful lull of Sailboats SPORTS THURSDAY · AUGUST 26, 2010 THE PENINSULA BEACON PLHS CONTINUED FROMPage 13 “Last year, our freshman and junior varsity teams both won Western League,” Hastings said.“ Our kids expect to be successful, and when you believe that and work hard, good things are going to hap- can do.” “With a young team, it’s not set who is going to play where,” he said.“ A lot of kids got the chance to show us what they Hastings said he is satisfied with the team’s early preparations. with a strong arm and some good young receivers who are learning their assignments,” Hastings said.“ I think we’re going to be very successful and balanced on offense. We will continue to run the ball, but we can balance that to keep defenses on their toes.” The Pointers begin the seas...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

Watch MLB here! Watch MLB here! Bloody mary specials. Sam Adams $. 50 off a pint, $ 2.00 off a pitcher. 5028 Newport Ave. O. B. 619-222-0722 Happy Hour 5 – 7pm Everyday $ 1 off U-call it 8pm-1am Super Pint Night Shot of the Week $ 3 $ 2.50 Shot of the Week $ 3 WATCH MLB/ PADRES HERE! PBR & Miller High Life bottles $ 2.75 bloody mary’s all day $2.50 $ 2 off anything on our menu $ 3 off pitchers after 7pm PBR & Miller High Life bottles $ 2 ShotoftheWeek$3 all night! Nightly Specials: 25% off bottles of wine Nightly Specials: $ 6 Burger and a Beer Happy Hour 4pm – 7pm 5034 Newport Ave. O. B. 619-223-0558 Nightly Specials: Happy Hour 4pm – Close Nightly Specials: $ 2 Tacos and $ 5 Tequila Happy Hour 4pm – 7pm Nightly Specials: $ 5 Whiskey Drinks Happy Hour 4pm – 7pm $ 2 Mimosas Happy Hour 4pm – 7pm Every Sunday $ 9 Coors Light Pitchers and Every Saturday $ 9 Coors Light Pitchers and $ 2 Mimosas Happy Hour 4pm – 7pm SantaMonica 619-222-PIER 5083 Santa Monica Ave. ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

The Broken Yolk Café offers a large selection of home cooked meals in a comfortable and casual atmosphere. There are over 20 different omelets to choose from as well as a wide variety of other breakfast favorites which include pancakes, waffles and French toast. Feel more like lunch? Try one of our juicy ½ pound burgers or one of our large sandwiches. Our generous portions will leave you full and satisfied. • ITALIAN RESTAURANT - HAPPY HOUR TUESDAY & THURSDAY ALL DAY $ 2 BEER ( any 16oz. draft) or FISH or ADOBADA TACOS Voted a Readers Choice for Mexican Restaurant & Margarita ( 619) 222-6633 5001 Newport Ave. Ocean Beach Enjoy dinner by candlelight or lunch on our sunny patio. Nati’s serves the finest Mexican dishes. Visit us on the way to or from SeaWorld, Cabrillo Monument or the OB Pier. Celebrating 50 years — 1960– 2010. Ample free parking. Weekday lunch specials. Cocktails. Saturday and Sunday brunch. Voted best overall restaurant & patio din...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 August 2010

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