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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

Jones pleaded no contest Jones had failed to appear on city infraction tickets five times between June 2009 and August 2009, police reported. The city attorney filed the misdemeanor criminal complaint last month and Santa Cruz police obtained an arrest warrant. Officers arrested Jones on April 30. They were cited for sleeping outside, washing in a public fountain, sitting on a sidewalk within 50 feet of an ATM, being in a park after-hours and others. to the three strikes violation and was sentenced to 20 days in jail, five of which have already been served, 20 hours of community service and a 12-month stay-away order from downtown. In May 2009, a homeless couple was ordered by the court not to sleep outside in the downtown area. The city’s injunction request against Ana Richardson, 27, and Miguel DeLeon, 35, came after the street musicians failed to respond to more than 60 tickets for violating various city regulations. BABY FALCONS HEALTH CARE Sutter grants $ 200,000 to community c...

Publication Title: Santa Cruz Sentinel
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

HOME Continued from B1 Continued from B1 TAX RIVER Wheeler chose Chanticleer Home, which costs about $ 3,500 a month, at the recommendation of a friend whose mother had moved there from another facility. sleepless. “It’s a difficult business,” she said.“ Anyone who takes this on like the Tufos are saints.” Loomis does not fault the staff, who she said “do their very best” and often are busy with tasks like changing diapers. Her vision is to schedule f ami l i e s f o r v i s i t s a n d see what things residents need and want and do those things. “They are mostly between 85 and 100 and want connection,” Loomis said, thinking of one woman who is 100 and has no family nearby. “They might enjoy being read to, walked or wheeled around the grounds slowly.” One change she would like to see is in the activities residents find of little interest, such as arts and crafts. “The Tufos have always been fair yet firm in our dealings,” she said.“ We support them wholeheartedly.” Wheeler, who live...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

where people from all over the world get their training on non-invasive spinal treatments. Dr. Falkenroth earned numerous awards such as Presidential Scholar, induction into the Pi Tau Delta Honor Society and graduated summa cum laude. where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology… with a curriculum and field internships focused on neurology. To complement his UC Davis education, Dr. Falkenroth trained at Palmer College… the most prestigious chiropractic school… Dr. Falkenroth's interest in the spine started at the University of California at Davis… Over 400 local residents have called the office of local back pain and sciatica expert Dr. John Falkenroth, D. C. who uses the only DRX 9000 in Santa Cruz County. According to Dr. Falkenroth, "In my 11 years of treating patients with low back pain and sciatica, I have not seen anything like the DRX 9000. I am amazed at how effective it is - even for patients with severe low back pain and severe sciatica." gets over 400 phone...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

With the win, the defending SCCALchampion Falcons improve to 16-7 overall, 8-1 in league, good for a half-game lead on Aptos [ 15-6, 8-2]. Scotts Valley has three SCCAL games remaining. Aptos has two, as does Harbor, which falls to 12-11, 3-7 in league. “We knew we couldn’t take anyone lightly,” Levy said.“ Nonetheless, we came out flat. But we know, up and down the lineup, we can get it done.” SANTA CRUZ — After Scotts Valley High baseball jumped into sole possession of first place in league with a key win last week, pitcher Shane Carle said the Falcons officially had a target on their backs for the remainder of the season. Brett Levy singled home teammate Erik Bagley with the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, when Scotts Valley scored four times and sent 10 batters to the plate. Unfortunately, he was right. Harbor’s youth-laden squad gave the visiting Falcons all they could handle Tuesday, before Scotts Valley rallied over the final four innings to secure a 9-6 win in Santa Cruz...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

W W W. S A N TA C R U Z S E N T I N E L . C O M / S P O R T S S P O R T S E D I T O R : J U L I E J A G , J J A G @ S A N TA C R U Z S E N T I N E L . C O M 199 II! Soquel softball back in first with win over Scotts Valley SS&S' ih ij WlJ EDUARDO DI BAIA/ AP POLE FAULT: Argentina’s Velez Sarsfield’s Santiago Silva reacts after missing a chance to score during a Copa Libertadores match against Mexico’s Chivas in Buenos Aires. Boston GM seen tossing towel ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL Harbor’s Julia Jones winds up for a pitch against Santa Cruz on Tuesday. Harbor defeated the visiting Cardinals 13-1 in their SCCAL game. Also advancing to CCS as individuals were Pacific Grove’s J. T. Harper [ 79] and Anzar’s Tim Trefts [ 80]. Rounding out the MTAL tournament was Monte Vista Christian [ 448], Pacific Grove [ 464], York [ 503], North Monterey County [ 543], Watsonville [ 555], King City [ 556] and Anzar [ no card]. MTAL champion Stevenson [ 375], runner-up Carmel [ 383] and third-...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

Houston Dynamo forward Brian Ching has resumed full training after straining his left hamstring in the team’s home opener on April 1. TENNIS Returning after long absences because of knee problems, Serena and Venus Williams tuned up for this month’s French Open by beating Swiss opponents in opening matches at the Italian Open. Top-ranked Serena defeated Timea Bacsinszky 7-6 ( 2), 6-1 in her first match since winning the Australian Open more than three months ago. Fourth-ranked Venus SHARKS Continued from C1 Toronto 8, Cleveland 5 Minnesota 4, Detroit 3 Oakland 7, Texas 6 7, San Jose, Marleau 2 Zetterberg, Det, H R ER BB SO E— K. Morales ( 2). DP— Los Angeles 2, Boston 2. LOB— Los Angeles 4, Boston 10. 2B— Tor. Hunter ( 11), Napoli ( 3), Scutaro 2 ( 5), Pedroia ( 9), J. Drew ( 6), Hermida ( 4), Lowell ( 5). SB— Napoli ( 2). S— B. Wood. 7 71117 ª 24430 ¤ 20011 Str W-1 W-1 L-1 W-2 L-1 Home 11-4 10-5 7-5 7-5 7-4 Home 10-3 7-6 7-7 4-8 6-4 5-12 Str W-1 W-1 W-1 L-1 L-1 Home 6-5 11-5 8-6 7-7...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

The Giants’ Mark DeRosa doesn’t feel wrist pain, but he acknowledged having weakness in the area that was surgically repaired in October. He is still trying to clear the mental hurdles that came with the injury, too. It’s led to some strong words for himself as he runs to first base. “I’ll get a fastball that I’d hit to left-center field for a double and instead I’m grounding out to third base,” said the Giants’ slumping Mark Ellis is eligible to come off A’S the disabled list Thursday, but the A’s will be without their second baseman a while longer. Manager Bob Geren said Ellis is hitting off a tee but has yet to take live batting practice to test his strained left hamstring, which has sidelined him for all but one game since April 12. Ellis is rehabbing in Phoenix, near his home in Scottsdale. Once he can swing off the tee without pain, he’ll graduate to batting practice and eventually go on a minor league rehab assignment, Geren said. with three runs scored. Carle struggled to ke...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

They join a host of San Francisco Bay Area chefs, They include the Rising Star Chef Timothy Hollingsworth of Yountville’s French Laundry; Nicole Plue of Redd, also in Yountville, as the country’s best pastry chef; Doug and John Shafer of Shafer Vineyards in Napa for Outstanding Wine and Spirits Professionals; Thomas Keller for his cookbook“ Ad Hoc at Home” ( written with Dave Cruz); and Jane Goldman for the food-based Web site chow. com. “Top Chef” judge Tom Colicchio Considered the Oscars of the food world, the awards ceremony was held Monday in New York. Kinch, who runs Manresa in Los Gatos, was named Best Chef – Pacific ( California/ Hawaii), after nominations the past three years, and Bonny Doon Vineyard’s Grahm won Best Beverage Book for his wine memoir“ Been Doon So Long.” was named Top Chef for 2010. Best Restaurant was Daniel Boulud’s Daniel. MOTHER’S DAY SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS WINES Relax, Mom! It’s your day so breakfast is on the way ANDRES VIRVIESCAS/ CONTRIBUTED Granola is...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

Sodium is used as a preservative to keep foods fresher longer and to enhance flavor. Some reduced-calorie foods replace fat with sodium to boost flavor. WHERE IS THE SALT? Though we can all picture friends who blindly reach for the saltshaker, only 6 percent of the sodium we eat comes from what we sprinkle. A staggering 77 percent of the sodium consumed by Americans comes from processed and restaurant foods. About 12 percent is naturally occurring in foods and 5 percent is added when cooking meals at home. WM9 ... ■ •. I ’ m happily breathing again, now that I’ve returned from a business trip to the mile-high city of Denver. It’s amazing what the altitude difference can do, especially if you’re accustomed to living at sea level. When my cousin Chrissy Aversa took me to Red Rocks, 1,000 Dining in Denver, kosher salt and those long lost crab cakes Food for Thought also dissolve more slowly, so they remain visible on top of the food. I use kosher salt primarily to top off dishes that l...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

Remove the sauce from heat and stir in the dill, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Stir the salmon into the sauce and set aside. aside. To make the salmon filling, in a small saucepan over medium, heat the milk until steaming. In a second small saucepan over low, melt the butter. Add the flour and cook, stirring constantly, for 2 minutes. Gradually whisk in the hot milk. Increase heat to medium-low and cook, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens, about 5 minutes. Nutrition information per serving ( values are rounded to the nearest whole number): 275 calories; 100 calories from fat; 3 g fat ( 4 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 98 mg cholesterol; 21 g carbohydrate; 24 g protein; 3 g fiber; 712 mg sodium. To assemble, place 1 crepe in the center of a large serving plate. Spoon about 2/ 3 cup of sauce, in a small saucepan over medium, combine the tomatoes and oil. Bring to a simmer and cook for 5 To make the tomato minutes. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the cornstarch and water....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

The Minimalist REBECCA MCALPIN/ NEW YORK TIMES To make fresh and sustainable sushi at home, you need the ability to make sushi rice and some ideas for combining it with ingredients that aren’t fish. TOPPING or 4 inches square 2 cups short-grain white rice 1 teaspoon sake, optional. pinch 1 piece konbu ( kelp), about 3 Strawberries are in season at the most-awarded bakery in town! Best Bakery Across from Shopper's Cornei mW£ at Soquel and Branciforte. K% Open 7 to 7 every day 831.458.3020 TTrEEOTTEKT www.butterybakery.com Press, $ 29.95) —“ The Magical Melting Pot: The AllFamily Cookbook That Celebrates America’s Diversity” by Michelle Greenwald ( Cherry for an especially festive presentation. An older child or adult can prep the apple and chop the walnuts, while younger kids handle the mixing and sprinkling. I baked this in a 9-inch spring form pan, which makes And after breakfast is over, clean up the kitchen and do the dishes ( and don’t let Mom help). with a crumb topping, and it...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

• Muscles, skin and organs can repair injuries and heal • Body can stay healthy and fight sickness Every living thing sleeps, from the sleeping! While humans don't sleep that smallest insect to the largest whale. Some much, our sleep is just as important. Kids animals spend as many as 20 hours a day need 8 to 10 hours of sleep nightly. 1/ 2 cup old-fashioned oats 1/ 2 cup husked hazelnuts, 3/ 4 cup all-purpose flour 2/ 3 cup plus 1/ 2 cup sugar Large pinch of salt 6 tablespoons chilled unsalted butter, cut into 1/ 2-inch cubes Are you an eagle-eyed reader? Read the articles below and correct the ten spelling and grammar errors you find. The first one is done for you Scoop Toyethe Proofing It’s alive. It’s growing. And if you don’t cut it back, it’s going to take over the yard. It’s rhubarb, and it’s just about time to cut back the overgrown stalks out back and do something with them. This recipe, from the May issue of Bon Appetit, is billed as a dessert, but frankly, I’d rather eat ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

MAY 5: Today is the 125th day of 2010 and the 47th day of spring. TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1904, Cy Young pitched the first perfect game in modern MLB history. TODAY’S QUOTE: “ History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.” — Karl Marx TODAY’S FACT: The Beatles performed their first U. S. concert at Carnegie Hall in 1964. ANIMAL fLANET--CRIBS BY DAN PIRARO Wan Kin; features ZtUfROM ji/^iaaSo North 05-05-10 A J 10 8 7 V A 5 ♦ A Q 9 8 4 * 10 6 West East A 4 3 A — V K Q 10 9 7 ¥J86432 ♦ — ♦ J 10 5 2 A 8 7 3 4 3 2 A K Q J South A AKQ9652 V - ♦ K 7 6 3 * A 9 Dealer: North Vulnerable: East-West South West North East Pass Pass 1 A Pass 3 ♦ Pass 4 NT Pass 5 V Pass 7 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: V K Stop criticizing son for his choice 6 I 9 8 Z E 9 L Z L j 9H 9 8 6 t £ 9 L 9 Z V 6 9 Difficulty Level BY LUIS CAMPOS Today's clue: F equals X 'YZ ETI JRCHI'W GCTPI WR WPCTW WKC RSCTIH TIJ WKC PTYI ZRPCHW UYWK PCHBC SW, ETI UYGG DCSREC C F W Y 1 S W . " B C W C P D C I S K G C V (c) 2010 ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 5 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 6 May 2010

By JENNIFER SQUIRES jsquires@ santacruzsentinel. com streets after The drum circle moved to the parking lot at Cedar and Elm Santa Cruz police report several complaints ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL after a brief altercation at the old location near the farmers market. complaints about noise, drug use and more By CATHY KELLY ckelly@ santacruzsentinel. com focus of this is to fi nd out who committed these crimes and bring them to justice.’ SKERRY ‘ The whole The effort is part of Operation Community Shield, an ongoing ICE effort to partner with local police agencies to address gang issues. There also are outstanding suspects in three other gang-related homicides in the city dating back to October. “I’m looking to solve crime, so they’re coming in and they’re going to help me,” Skerry said. Carl Reimer, 19, died April 17 after being shot three times by suspected gang members in a Westside park area. No arrests have been made. “We’ve reached a point where I, as chief, will call in every ava...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 6 May 2010

Santa Cruz Sentinel FIRE BREAKS OUT AT UCSC LIBRARY n ft ft * 1 hk£t HBfT Lf£T (?_ I i " : ' : = : : ' ■ I -INGLE DOUI Santa Cruz Sentinel m «» h 1 i “These quality-of-life issues really impact people’s willingness to travel downtown and feel safe,” he said.“ And from our perspective, we have to address these issues before they spiral into others.” Drug sales and other illegal activity by some reflect on the whole group, he said. And he believes the community is frustrated by a sense of entitlement some seem to have and their tendency to openly flaunt downtown laws. “We want to be here,” he said.“ And I think most people walking by understand this.” Police spokesman Zach Friend said he has noticed increased tension in the last couple of years between some in the circle and farmers market vendors and downtown merchants, and increased willingness by business owners to sign citations. There have been meetings between the sides, but a solution has not been found, he said. Drummer David ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 6 May 2010

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