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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

Ivory Thai Cuisine Delivers! A parking lot in the rear of the school, complete with lighting, high school students and loud car alarms during baseball games, concerns Neighbor Larry Recht said current plans for additional“ school subsidized” parking hasn’t been well thought out. tenance. The original contract called for setting aside an initial $ 7,500 to pay for water and electricity to use the field. It is unclear how much Bishop’s School currently pays for main- pays for the field’s maintenance. “We pay the water bill and we go mow the lawn… there’s a huge monthly bill,” she said. Senior Traffic Engineer Gary Pence shares neighbors’ fears that the drop-off lane may increase traffic along Beryl Street. Although no accidents have been reported near the school, DeVicariis said the topography reduces drivers’ visibility as they near the school. The school sits atop a small hill along the 2100 block of Beryl Street. The street has grown into a main thoroughfare for cars in recent year...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

Instead of answering to a judge, the offenders had opted to take their misdemeanor citations to the Beach Area Community Court, which is held every month at the Pacific Beach Recreation Center. By choosing to go to community court, the participants’ misde- At the Pacific Beach Recreation Center on Thursday evening, five offenders take turns explaining their misdemeanors to soft spoken Marcella Teran, who has lived in Pacific Beach for more than 20 years. Two men explained they had drunk alcohol on the beach. Another man said he had smoked a cigarette on Fiesta Island. A middleaged woman walked her dog offhours at Crown Point. The final offender to speak, a young man studying to be a doctor, had urinated in public. “I told my husband: ‘ Sometimes I can’t stand to live here,’ Teran told the circle.“ People pee in my yard. I wake up to people screaming in the middle of the night, who are yelling profanities. Everything we do affects someone else in life.” Only one of the six participan...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

Calling all Students across San Diego are invited to sharpen their crayons to create a poster about“ living in a drought” for the Ninth Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest, administered through the city’s Water Department. Posters are due March 25. 11 Sara Meeks, PT, MS, GCS Presented by: Tassanari Physical Therapy and St. Brigid Health Ministry For information on this class, the Walk Tall Program, or a FREE consultation at Tassinari Physical Therapy c CD ■j-i LLJ shop and everyone can join! Visit us online at www. obpeoples food. coop and check out our blog at obpeoplesfood. blogspot. com. CD - \ o 47< « • Organic Grocery, Bulk & Produce * * People's ESBI S Organic I'ootls Market A CALIFORNIA COOPERATIVE St «J D" (619> , ' , *4-l3S7 o. -< o Q in CD " * Full Service Organic Vegetarian Dell Spring is in the air! It’s that time of year when we all want to throw open the windows and welcome the fresh air into our homes. This is a time w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

“Be born Norwegian and eat lots of yoghurt,” she said. Everett said she keeps a fresh mind by resolving to let go of her lifestyle. to her healthy diet and active er one of the girls. Ninety-year old Edna Everette works out at Curves gym in La Jolla where she’s just anoth- PAUL HANSEN | BEACH & BAY PRESS worries for the evening and enjoy a good night’s sleep. After 90 years of living, Everett advises people to keep a good attitude. “Just keep moving and love it,” she said. BRIEFS CONTINUED FROMPage 11 “I’ve been playing with the same women thewhole time,” Everett said.“ We don’t get anyworse but we don’t get any better.” Twice aweek, Everett plays golf with the ladies at the Balboa Park Golf Course. She’s been playing golf for 20 years. her view of the setting sun. apartment complex that blocked store or the bus stop. She even grew accustomed to the development of Pacific Beach that turned the onestory duplex next door into an being able towalk to the grocery Beach Middl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

www. beachandbaypress. com Thursday, March 19, 2009 [ BUSINESS ] 14 Entrepreneurs imagine: Ride a bike not a car BY ADRIANE TILLMAN | BEACH& BAY PRESS not return calls seeking comment. The business partners say the bike racks must be convenient and visible in order to attract riders. Sobin and Camp have not pinpointed exact locations but imagine setting up bike racks across parking spaces or at locations near Belmont Park or on a grassy area near the South Mission Beach jetty. “Bike enthusiasts” are supporting the project financially, and Sobin hopes the city and Washington, D. C. also has a bike sharing program, called Smart Bike, that the city and sponsor Clear Channel have poured money into establishing. In San Diego, Sobin and Camp are just hoping to set up the infrastructure without too much expense and red tape from the city. “If we have to pay for permits that cost $ 1,000 to $ 1,500, it just doesn’t make sense,” Sobin said, noting the bike racks are Bicycle entre...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

facility, the company reconfigured the build- ing to include a two-story bottling production line, five new 240-barrel fermenting tanks and two new 120-barrel bright tanks, increasing brewing capacity from 31,000 to 60,000 barrels annually. A new computer system enables brewers to monitor each step of the fermenta- tion process. After an extensive remodel completed in January, the Santa Fe Street Brewery now fills 72,000 brown bottles of beer a week. The beer was formerly bottled at Stevens Point Brewery in Wisconsin and shipped West, where it can be found at more than 2,500 locations throughout Southern California, from Santa Barbara to San Diego County. Karl Strauss Brewing Company, the pioneer of craft beer in San Diego, now brews and bottles its beer in San Diego since it opened a new bottling operation on Santa Fe Street in Pacific Beach. The local brewing giant also celebrates 20 years of business this year. “San Diego’s such a beer Mecca,” said Melody Daversa, spokesperson fo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

Royal Bliss kicks back. New Health Center, Grand Opening March 26th Mission Beach / Pacific Beach Business | Growth | Innovation | News [Proven success. Thursday, March 19, 2009 MUSICcalendar BY BART MENDOZA | BEACH& BAY PRESS Royal Bliss rocks the hard knocks Middleton was paralyzed after a fall “Spinal Tap,”) the band has sur- vived its string of bad luck. Formed in 1997, Royal Bliss recorded four albums before things began to go awry. In 2004, lead singer Neal While no drummers have exploded yet, ( think the film because of its talent with plenty of bad luck to hold them back. Royal Bliss plays at Cane’s on March 28. Royal Bliss is one Utah-based rock band that has exploded “When I wrote my first song and got some things off my chest, that was the best feeling ever,” he said. “It made me think, I’m going to do this for the rest of my life.” While most groups are ready to do anything, including moving coasts, Middleton maintains Royal Bliss has always wanted to do thei...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 March 2009

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

Sunset View Elementary School Principal Linda Parker said princi- Bonebrake joined more than 100 students, parents, principals and administrators March 24 at the SDUSD board meeting at the Eugene Brucker Education Center to protest the elimination of student busing to magnet schools and the plan to consolidate principals. She said the community will help find better options so“ we can keep our principals.” The school board made the decision to divide principals’ time without consulting principals or parents, Bonebrake said. By law, there must be a designated contact person at the school for emergencies, according to school board officials. “Should there be any… other emergency, we will have no principal, vice principal or counselor on site,” Bonebrake said. pals” are lawsuits waiting to happen. Lisa Bonebrake, a member of the Bird Rock Elementary Parent Committee, said“ half-time princi- Deatrick said. “Without a principal, there’s nobody to lead the school,” Dawna Deatrick, preside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

closing 12 small schools throughout the district as part of“ Plan B: back-up reductions,” among other cuts that may be needed to save another $ 34 million, according to SDUSD documents. “Admittedly, it’s worth more as a capital investment, and we’ll probably never use it as a school [ again],” de Beck said. more without students unless the local elementary student population replenishes. And as the school district battles to close the budget gap, the fate of elementary schools with dwindling student populations seems to suggest that the property is worth space,” Miller said.“ It’s the functional equivalent of green space.” schools considered for closure or reconfiguration to save money earlier in the year. Small schools like Crown Point are more expensive to run, according to school officials. The school board is considering showed up on a list of small The program sends music teachers to approximately 123 elementary schools throughout the district, including the Suzuki violin magne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

[ NEWS ] 4 Defendant convicted in Bub’s stabbing www. beachandbaypress. com BY NEAL PUTNAM | BEACH& BAY PRESS was stabbed and testified he identified himself as an officer to Thornton, who then fled. Guerin chased after Thornton, who dropped a knife. Guerin asked someone to stay with the knife, but lost Thornton. San Diego police officers arrested Thornton shortly afterwards. Deputy District Attorney Allen Brown argued that Thornton’s DNA was found on the knife, along with the victim’s blood. A mixture of Riek and Thornton’s DNA was found on the knife handle. Thornton was also cut with the knife and received five stitches on his forearm after he was arrested and taken to a hospital. Thornton’s attorney, Brian Funk, asked for an acquittal, saying that security cameras showed it was impossible for Thornton to have stabbed Riek. He argued that there was“ evidence that it was more than one person.” He said security cameras suggested a man with a knife wore different clothing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

“Environmental health executives have analyzed the data and concluded with confidence that reduced testing will still meet the threshold required to protect the public health,” wrote Cox in a March 16 letter to the board urging members to fund the program. Once the state releases funding for the beach water monitoring, the county plans to reevaluate the program to determine whether to return to testing 57 sites or continue its abridged version of only monitoring the most polluted and popular spots. Anza Cove ( swim area), Campland and Bonita Cove eastern shore. In Pacific Beach, water testing will continue at Tourmaline. In Ocean Beach, the county will test at the San Diego River outlet or Dog Beach. In La Jolla, the county will sample water at La Jolla Cove and Torrey Pines ( Penasquitos Lagoon outlet). Along San Diego Bay, water will be monitored at Shelter Island and Tidelands Park ( Coronado bayside). his letter to the board. He said the county must“ engage the coastal cities, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

woman. Sierra Wysling Pacific Beach 11% NO 89% YES unloaded guns in San Diego? WE ASKED: Do you support people’s rights to openly carry SDUSD’s decision to go with Plan A? SDUSD chose Plan A over Plan B to solve the budget crisis. Do you agree with NEW QUESTION: 300 people voted. Visit www. sdnews. com to read about Plan A and Plan B. The Feb. 5 poll should have stated people voted 78 percent no and 22 percent yes to the following question:“ Do you agree with SDUSD’s decision to end the JROTC marksmanship training at Mission Bay High School?” Correction: trucks, jackhammers, saws); next to her, they gutted the house ( dumpster, tile saws, drills); and my neighbor to the west redid her kitchen ( saws, drills). In 2007, my neighbor across the street remodeled inside ( dumpster, tile saws, drills). Last summer I hit the trifecta: That neighbor rebuilt her back yard ( cement The dumpster moved – next door! That back yard received French drains ( backhoe, jackhammers) and stone walls ( t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 2 April 2009

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