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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

cultiver notre jardin." garden." -Voltaire- "we must cultivate our fait /#?^*v Now Open Daily for Lunch & Open for Breakfast Saturday & Sunday at 8 a. m. BY LORALEE OLEJNIK | THE BEACON The bi-annual event has proved to be a boon for the local dining industry during lean times, bringing in more than 100,000 diners to participating restaurants the last time it was held in January. According to Thompson, not only do locals participate, but some out- $ 40, depending on the restaurant. “It’s a great community event, and it’s supporting local restaurants,” said Jenna Thompson, a spokeswoman for SDRW. Six nights, 180 restaurants and infinite culinary possibilities await local diners as San Diego Restaurant Week ( SDRW) returns Sept. 19-24. The event includes one restaurant in Ocean Beach and five in the Shelter Island/ Harbor Island area. Running Sunday through Friday nights, diners have the opportunity to select from three-course menus at restaurants throughout Sa...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

The awards ceremony covers a lot of territory, making for a good barometer of the state of the local music scene and creating a fun night out. The event returns to Humphreys by the Bay after a fouryear run at Vieja’s Concerts in the Park, with performers set to include The Night Marchers, Erika Davies, Maren Parusel, The Nervous Wreckords, New Mexico and Transfer. The local music community’s biggest annual party — the San Diego Music Awards ( SDMA) — will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year on Sunday, Sept. 12. Honoring the area’s top local acts in 27 categories, ranging from best tribute band to song of the year, the awards cover the time period of July 1, 2009 to June 30 of this year. again. “Our win was totally unexpected, but it was awesome,” Ott said. For his band, the award was a major The 3rd Corner Wine Shop & Bistro is a restaurant revolution. Our living wine list, fine food and affordable pricing all add up to the perfect dining and wine shopping experienc...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

with his previous group, the K23 Orchestra. From 2003 to 2005, the band took home three awards in the“ Best Hip Hop” category, while he’s also previously been nominated in the“ World Music Catego- Howard also notes the value of a large part of the music community coming together in one place. is the live performances. There is always such an interesting mix of performers. This year, I’m looking forward to the sets from Transfer and Erika Davies.” “I’ve always been an anti-social person,” Howard said.“ I don’t really like large crowds of people, but this is great. Whether it’s a band or promoter or music-business people in general, they’re all there. You have a chance to meet or share ideas with so many people in different aspects of the business.” phies? As for the fate of his previous tro- “I have been in different categories in the past, but I’m good with the ‘ pop’ category,” Howard said.“ The Beatles were pop, that works for me.” “I think they’re at our drummer’s house,” Howard ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

Saturday, Sept. 11, 9 a. m. to noon, Friends of Famosa Slough seeks volunteers for a work party to care for native California plants, remove invasive species and remove litter. Participants are urged to wear work clothes, a hat and sturdy shoes, and bring work gloves and gardening/ weeding tools or clippers. Refreshments will be provided. Meet at the southeast corner of W. Point Loma and Famosa boulevards. For more information, call ( 619) 224-4591, or visit www. famosaslough. org. Please review your documents at least every 2 years yourself. I know you do not like to read them, but you can look at the people you have named very easily to determine if those need to be changed. Happy reading! Virginia L. Weber, Inc. A Law Corporation 619-222-5500 “An Attorney Your Grandpa & Grandma Would Love!” Probate Trusts Wills Sunday, Sept. 12, 9 a. m. to noon, Surfrider San Diego hosts its 19th annual Paddle for Clean Water event to raise awareness for environmental issues affecting...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 9 September 2010

| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 , 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” Glass available for purchase fSMIMML Cocktails Plenty of Parking Candlelight Dining Garden Patio BEST OVERALL RESTAURANT 2009 & 2010 with the purchase of an Entree or Appetizer. Quesadillas excluded. With Coupon. Exp. 9/ 30/ 10 One coupon per person. Some restrictions apply. 1852 Bacon Street ( at Niagara) Ocean Beach 619.224.3369 Enjoy a House Margarita served in a Nati’s 50’ s Anniversary Glass Only $ 2.50 tllf Join Nati’s for End of Summer Margarita Madness INCOME TAX & BOOKKEEPING Stacey Thayer ( 619) 225-9571 4869 SANTA MONICA AVENUE, SUITE C SAN DIEGO, CA 92107 Next to the Post Office • Year-round Tax Service • Notary Notary Public • Bookkeeping & Payroll Contact Lens Package • Complete Eye Exams • All follow up visits • Six month sup...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

EfflOTlOJT SHOPPERS 75* BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON The second proposed change involves demolishing the Liberty Sta- The first proposed amendment includes the expansion of the types of uses for the historical district buildings located at the north end of Liberty Station. Those buildings are currently reserved for visitor and community uses. posed changes to the NTC Precise Plan at the July PCPB meeting. The presentation included three amendments to building uses contained in the precise plan. Kobey’s Swap Meet, the hustling, bustling outdoor market where customers can snare a caged canary, snap up hard-to-find church pews or Vietnam War artifacts and drool over countless knick-knacks and collectibles, continues to flex its collective muscles at the San Diego Sports Arena after 30 years of bargain-basement deals. The sprawling swap meet has been a family-run affair since its inception, and offers up a feeding frenzy of consumerism where bargain-seekers stalk, treasure hunters pa...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

legal limit of 0.08, according to records. Deputy District Attorney Amy Maund said that under the conditions of the current plea bargain, Herrera must serve 85 percent of the 15-year term, or close to 13 years. San Diego Superior Court Judge Charles Gill dismissed the second-degree murder charge after Herrera pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter. Had she been convicted of seconddegree murder, however, she would have faced a sentence of 15 years to life with a much a longer period of time to wait for the possibility of parole. in fatal crash Driver to be given 15 years BY NEAL PUTNAM | THE BEACON was Eric Sean Enockson, 36, of San Diego. Enockson reportedly worked in a laboratory. Herrera pleaded guilty to rear-ending the motorcycle around 2 a. m. before fleeing the scene. San Diego police arrested Herrera on West Point Loma Boulevard soon after the colli- The streets of Ocean Beach were filled with music and festivities Sept. 11 during the Jazz 88 Music & Art Festiva...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

visit www. pcpb. net. For more information on PCPB issues, Kehoe explained in the letter that any request for a state audit would have to take place in December, when the next legislative session begins again. Then, Kehoe would bring the request before the State Audit Committee, which would then engage the state auditor. center. an aquatic complex and a community At the PCPB meeting, subcommittee co-chair Nancy Graham said she has plans to expand the NTC-related committee, which hopes to meet within a month. Currently, no date has been set for the meeting. 41 Pacific Beach | $ 1,899,000 Imperial Beach | $ 299k-$ 329k closet space. Northern views from a wall of windows! This single level, 2 br, 2 ba corner unit has Sea World fireworks views, night lights to La Jolla & beyond & peek view of ocean ( on a clear day). Pristine condition w/ remodeled kit, updated ba’s & tons of Reduced! North PB! Six 2br/ 1ba units just one block to Tourmaline Beach &am...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

619.225.1355 Streets affected by the construction will be repaired and resurfaced with a slurry seal or asphalt concrete overlay as each project segment is completed, according to city officials. The series of projects will also include the installation of curb ramps. “Our department is coordinating the construction of these projects with the goal of minimizing impacts to the residents,” said Dave Zoumaras, deputy director of the Field Engineering Division.“ We’re making sure that traffic detours don’t run into each other and growing communities.” City officials said neighbors and motorists in Point Loma can expect construction impacts ranging from noise and debris to reduced parking and traffic detours from trenching to install the new pipes. • West Point Loma Boulevard between Famosa Boulevard and Adrian Street/ Bob Street ( Famosa accel-sewer and water). • Long Branch Avenue from Sunset Cliffs Boulevard to Guizot Street ( water group job 3010); and • Alley between Centraloma and ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

be very resilient about how and where they’re watching the pieces from, and we help them with that,” Isaacs said.“ It’s a very adventurous way to see dance.” Tickets for Trolley Dances cost $ 30 for adults, $ 20 for seniors and $ 15 for students and include a free all-day trolley pass. For more information or tickets, visit www. sandiegodancetheater. org/ trolleydances. html. routines during the Theater teamed up COURTESY PHOTOS Downtown riders on the San Diego trolley system will be surprised as dancers pop up to perform well-choreographed 12th annual Trolley Dances on Sept. 25-26 and Oct. 2-3. The Metropolitan Transit Services and the San Diego Dance to prepare this year’s urban event. sites along the way. At each site, choreographers take their surroundings into account while creating a unique piece. “This year is very vibrant in the sense of where we are,” Isaacs said.“ It’s lively and much more light and fun.” Along with Isaacs, who has dance sites at the County Administration ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

According to port officials, Harbor Police officers must be at least 50 years old with at least 20 years of service, and non-public safety employees must be 55 years old with 20 years of service or 62 years old with at least five years of service to qualify for the early-retirement offer. Employees considering enrolling in the program must submit a letter of intent to the Port District by Oct. 1. The port identified 114 employees who qualify for the retirement incentives. According to port officials, if even one-third of those employees opted for early retirement, it would save the port $ 3.3 million. retirements to cut costs Port of SD offering early More than 100 Port of San Diego employees are being offered early-retire-ment options as a cost-cutting measure. On Sept. 7, the Board of Port Commissioners approved the program with a 42 vote that could save the agency millions of dollars this fiscal year. Don't get npped off with hearing aids! Get the information you need before you ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

covers from popular contemporary rock bands like Green Day, Nirvana and Dream Theater. Following the first performance, the advanced group will put on a heavy metal/ goth show. The students have been practicing together for several weeks at Electric Music Studios, located in Studio D of The Electric Chair Salon in Ocean Beach. The students give a live performance once a month, playing song styles of their choice. In preparation for next month, the students have already chosen a new theme —“ guitar gods” — featuring covers of Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan. For more information about Electric Music Studios lessons, instructors, or upcoming performance dates, visit www. electricmusicstudios. com. The free, all-ages show will take place at Portugalia, located at 4839 Newport Ave. from 1 to 4 p. m. dents on an imaginary trip to Italy, complete with a plane, luggage and even a mini-Pompeii created in the school’s sandbox. For more information, call ( 619) 224-7403, or visit www.-sandiegopres...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

In Ocean Beach, sales have been up substantially year to date for detached homes compared to a year ago. As of the end of July, there have been 71 homes sold, while there were only 52 homes sold by the same time in 2009. Attached home sales fared well, too, with 49 sold listings to date at the end of July, compared with just 29 last year. Did low prices help Old Town? Not by much for detached homes. This year, there have been 43 sold listings in the area as of the end of July, while by the same time last year, when prices were considerably higher, there were 41 sales. For attached homes, the price drop did have an impact. So far, there have been 101 sold listings, compared with 79 by the end of July 2009. In Ocean Beach, the median price for detached homes was $ 706,000, down from $ 799,000 the year before, while the median price for attached homes in the neighborhood sunk from $ 365,000 to $ 308,000 during the same time period. Old Town’s detached homes fell from $ 622,500 to $ 501...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

hi I S3.H & S],H ■:<■ Kashi "Day of Change" Foster Farms Savory Servings ■ Boneless & Skinless Chicken Breasts SC99 J in jjtfv Sonoma Seafoods Stuffed Salmon Staffed Monterey Sole $3.99 m Crab Uk« $4i9i* Go lean ureal Trail Mil G'Hiola. Bar Qjm Dark IhwW Grands Bar— H1H „„™ ——S3.W mm prigbl KiaiiTLCCradim S3J} t h f Plums QQc mmWmmW lb/ MmmWrnW BEurofreshci* Tomatoes %mf mwf I by Kiwi Fruit r4„ s l Large Green Grapes 88* :? Maris Fuji Apples 77*. Organic Valencia m Oranges 87* roccoli towns Sania Maria For more information about the Dealmakers program, call ( 619) 849-2564, e-mail cathygallagher@ pointloma. edu, or visit www. pointloma. edu/ FBEI. The Business Partner of the Year Award went to Stephen Bothwell, who was honored for his generosity and counsel to the FBEI leadership, most of it done anonymously. WORKING TOGETHER PARTNERSHIP Point Loma-based High Tech High School took home the dealmaker collaboration of the year award for fostering a t...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

PLHS looks to correct key mistakes, penalties Two big scoring plays in the fourth quarter sealed the Pointers’ fate. A 75- yard touchdown pass on which El Capitan’s Tyrone Wiggins juked a Pointer defender after the catch was followed later by a Wiggins 55-yard intercep- El Cap, however, came back with a hook and ladder scoring play that covered 35 yards. With a two-point conversion, the hosts jumped back in front to stay, 17-14. Pointer fortunes turned in the third quarter when they recovered an El Capitan punt and scored on an 8-yard McKaveney to Mize pass, giving them their final lead at 14-9. could.” “Nobody gave up,” said senior wide receiver/ defensive back Hunter Hirsch, who contributed four special teams tackles.“ We still played as hard as we The Pointers’ next possession resulted in a fumble. And on their final possession before the half, they were set back by 30 yards in penalties on a play ending at the El Capitan 15-yard line. At halftime, one observer estimated an indec...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 September 2010

Home matches and practice sessions are played on Peninsula Tennis Club courts at Robb Field in Ocean Beach. The team’s top player, however, has to look elsewhere in search of a challenging practice partner. “Carley usually checks in here ( at Robb Field) and then goes over to the Barnes Tennis Center looking for someone to play against,” Truver said. In a recent non-league match against Our Lady of Peace Academy, Cooke easily defeated her three opponents, earning all three possible team points. In high school tennis matches, each team offers three singles players and three doubles teams. This creates 18 matches — nine singles and nine doubles. The winner of each match scores a point for the team, making 18 possible points. “I’d say it’s great working with the team, getting to play a bunch of different players at different levels,” Cooke said. The Pointers’ quest for a league The Point Loma High girls’ tennis team is online at www. pointlomaten nis. vnsports. com. hope to ace. That’s...

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