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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

$ 579,000 1235 Parker Place # 2J $ 699,000 2125 Grand Ave. Located at La Jolla border. 5 br, 3 ba, remodeled w/ marble flrs in entry, kit & fam rm. Newer carpet. Kit has newer custom hdwd cabs, granite counters, island & breakfast bar. Huge lot w/ newer bay-view gazebo. Gar. MLS# 076037015. PACIFIC BEACH $ 1,175,000 Great north Mission Beach location! 2 Units - 2BR/ 1BA each. 40 steps to ocean. Vacation Rental Potential & ample parking Close to Catamaran Hotel & the Blue Sea Lodge. MISSION BEACH $ 1,395,000 The Santa Susana complex is located directly on Sail Bay with common area patios, barbeques, swimming pool and spectacular views. This second floor, 2br/ 2ba unit has been completely updated and features newly remodeled kitchen & dual master suites. PACIFIC BEACH $ 579,000 PACIFIC BEACH $ 699,000 3BR/ 3.5BA Town home built in 2004 - Feels like a home sitting 6' above street w/ Private front yard & unique gate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

Why 50% of Homes Listed for Sale Don’t Sell the First Time and What To Do About It San Diego — If your home has just come off the market and hasn’t sold, don’t be discouraged. The reason your home did not sell may have nothing to do with your home or the market. In reality, your home may have been one of the more desirable properties for sale. So Why Didn’t Your Home Sell? Last year almost half of the homes listed for sale never sold at all, and many sellers found that there was a tremendous amount a homeowner needed to be educated on to sell their home for top dollar in the shortest time period. Don’t risk making the wrong l Dennis De Souza, Broker “He leaned over and shot him in the head,” said O’Kane, who added the second shot took place when Magot was on the floor. “He ( Jennison) felt the man was abusive to him. He thought he was being bullied by him. I think he was,” said the neighbor, who added that Jennison told him he threw away the“ for sale” signs that Magot had posted. O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

thing to alumni,” Deitz said. “That’s how I decided to start out the alumni association, so we could have some form of a database to communicate with alumni.” The database will also allow alumni to contact one another through the association’s website, www. missionbayhighalumni. com. The website is a convenient way for alumni to plan reunions or other organized events, according to Deitz. i FREE Teeth Brushing $10.00 Value"! • With paid I5-5Tep Growing Process, Applies To First Tiir.e dppoinTment Only. i 1 • 1-800-PET-MOBILE 1 I www.oussiepethiobile.cohi (1-800-738-6624) j Breast cancer fundraiser back at Latitude 32 Latitude 32 is holding its third annual Beer for Boobs fundraiser Friday, Oct. 12, from 7 p. m. to midnight. All tips collected at the bar during the event will be donated to the American Cancer Society for direct care and education for breast cancer patients. “It will be three volunteers behind the bar on Friday instead of Willie,” said Andrea Nozykowski, who helped or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

FESTIVAL CONTINUED FROMPage 1 LRIS attorneys provide the first half-hour consultation FREE. like a referral, the fastest way to p> The city contacted a pest control company to apply bait and rodenticides to reduce the rat population. Parks staff also The city and county of San Diego teamed up to handle another problem that has plagued Mission Bay Park in recent months: rats. In response to increased rat sightings at the Mission Bay Jetty, Supervisor Greg Cox had County Vector Control conduct a study on rat activity in the area. Nontoxic bait stations were placed along the riprap of the jetty at 50-foot intervals on June 27 and 28. The stations were checked the following morning to determine there were problem areas near Quivira Basin and along the North Jetty around Mission Bay. The county then contacted the city to develop a plan to reduce Mission Bay’s rat population. “It’s a good example of the city and county working together for the good of the public,” Cox said. “Tw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

ning common sources of alcohol and volume consumption activities such as kegs and liquor, Also, sincere thanks to Kevin Faulconer for the rational and courageous stand he is taking toward this out-of-control situation. Cheers for the alcohol-free Pacific BeachFest for a glimpse into what could be a beautiful future for our city beaches. grandson doesn’t have to grow up needing to avoid the beach area and its downward spiraling Wild West, obnoxious, bullying and dangerous atmosphere. No one should have to live that way. only hope and pray that an alcohol-free beach atmosphere becomes a reality and my Evan Mignogna Pacific Beach It felt as if we had been transported to the Pacific Beach/ Mission Beach of the future! I can I hope you were able to attend it. single most transformational phenomenon I have ever seen. We loved the atmosphere and the events but were just blown away the festive but sober and respectful climate. Alcohol, Please” environment for the event, and it was the The B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

SI-NR1S1 BY ALYSSA RAMOS | BEACH& BAY PRESS But some residents, fearful of being left with no home and no coverage or help from the city, hired lawyers to represent them, who in turn hired their own experts to observe the process. Although the homeowners of the six houses do not want to give their names due to pending litigation with the city of San Diego, one couple said that, as they stood at Sanders’ office, Sanders said “these six homes are expected to remain unsafe for occupancy for at least several weeks.” One home was removed from red tag status and is now“ restricted yellow tag,” meaning the residents can retrieve some belongings with assistance. Ten other homes are“ yellow tagged,” and five homes are“ green tagged,” but the residents can’t get into them because they are located in the alley that is impassable due to a mound of earth from the slide. On the side of Soledad Mountain where the landslide occurred, the city is using geotechnical consultants, engineers...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

service. A scaled-down OB Oktoberfest returns on Sat. BY KATRIN MERKEL | BEACH& BAY PRESS SEEOKTOBERFEST, Page 12 Slaga said.“ Tickets for the race are $ 5, but include two beers.” Live entertainment will start at 10: 45 a. m. on the two stages in the “Beergarden” on Newport Avenue and along the grassy area nearby. Visitors can enjoy an assortment of German beers and participate in different competitions like a sausage toss, bratwurst eating, stein holding and be given the chance to win a 2008 Smart Car during the sausage toss competition. Booths will offer typical Ger- After a two-year absence, the Ocean Beach Oktoberfest is back. A scaled-down version of the Oktoberfest takes place Saturday in the parking lot of the Ocean Beach Pier at the foot of Newport Avenue. This year’s Oktoberfest, which will serve as a fund-raiser for the community’s historic plaque project, takes place from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. The event will also afford an opportunity for a lucky winner to be a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

Win Dinner for Two Submit this ballot for a chance to • Please complete at least 50% of the ballot. • One ballot per person. • Ballots must be postmarked, submitted online, or hand-delivered, by Wednesday, October 31, 2007 Mail your ballot to: Beach & Bay Press’, Readers’ Choice Awards, P. O. Box 9550, San Diego, CA 92169. You may also hand deliver ballots to: 4645 Cass St., 2nd floor; Olde City Grill 967 Garnet Ave, Pacific Beach; or vote online at: www. sdnews. com. ENTRY RULES: You choose your favorite! Tell us who the best of the best is and you’ll be entered into our free drawing. CONTACT INFO ( must be filled out for your votes to be counted): Name: City / Zip: Address 26. Sushi 24. Steak 9. Men’s apparel 27. Seafood 10. Women’s apparel 1. Restaurant Write in your favorites Dining 28. American Night Dining 2. Late Night 11. Eye wear 29. Chinese 3. Patio Dining 12. Swimsuits 30. Thai 13. Shoe store 4. Breakfast 5. Lunch 14. Dry cleaners 15. Florist 6. Dinner 33. Med...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

PLN «9^ALL Join us at the PLNU Fall Festival on our beautiful oceanfront campus. Free fall-themed fun for all ages! Saturday, October 13,2007 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Hayridas FUN FOR EVERYONE Free food samples "Taste ofBartell Hotels" and /oca/ restaurants FOOD Pleln Aire watercolor painters ARTS & CULTURE Live musical performances Climbing wall Pumpkin patch Free Ice cream President's ice Cream Social, 2 p.m. Madame Tingley historical presentation by Dr. Dwayne Uttie, T p.m. Arts & crafts Exhibitor booths Raffle drawings Albion youth soccer games, 11 a.m, and 2:30 p.m. Karate demonstration Chair massages WELLNESS RECYCLING Electronics recycling drive for old computers, cell phones, batteries. TVs, and more! Visit the Web site for a list of acceptable items. Health and wellness booths Pi fates demonstration TOURS Early morning bird waik Meet at the front entrance at 8 a.m. Historical campus tours Bounce nouses Petting zoo Pony rides KIDS ZONE Face painting Puppe...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

• Residential Rc-Roofing Specialist »Sidim: > Shiikt- Roof Conversions 1ECW HXVHIQ. HC &H-2I3-HK §1 1 1 & '0 e b COURTESY PHOTO Local blues band DA & The Hitmen perform at the Tiki House Friday, Oct. 12. ■ Get a 100% Energy Rebate back on Selected Roof Products! Incredible offer allows you to get up to 100% ol your purchase price back In 48 months 'Energy rebate program allows you to get up to 100% of our "purchase price" back {in cash) in 4B months!!! “I often hear from the audience that not only is it cool that we play harmony on some of our leads, but how we play off of each other too,” he said.“ It’s all about chemistry.” He’s proudest that crowds respond to the musicians’ interaction. “We are not your traditional band,” he confirmed.“ Our writing is very guitar and harmonica driven, and Paul and I compliment each other’s playing.” Dieckmann considers their success to be due to not sticking to preconceived notions of what blues shou...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

BEACHFEST THURSDAY OCTOBER 11, 2007 BEACH & BAY PRESS A large crowd flocked to the sand Sat. Oct 6 for for a full day of fun, food and exploding sand castles. ( Clockwise from top left) A sand sculpture explodes during the filming of Sandblasters. A fresh batch of kettle corn comes out of the hot cooker. Swing dance partners show off their moves at the Community Stage at Felspar. Miss Carmen Getit with Steve Lucky and the Rhumba Bums gets the crowd moving. Couples dance to the sounds of Steve Lucky and the Rhumba Bums. 11 ■r* - \ mmm\ mmm *mmW ' !• Mmm Mmm- jtHliVriLi^LvT I Sat & Sun • 9 am - 4 pm I * -^^^^ Gates open at 8 am daily I v^^T-Twilight Air Show I * *Z Sat, Oct. 13 • 5:30 pm - 9 pm I I E39H BkUECHip I National Concession Company e„« n - „„ r«..,i C oNCEssioNA,fl E $ * consultants SanDiegoCountyFord.com I U^AM GooDRiCrr *"4fcM Umon-Slbune. A£cnMB£6 ■ I m igQp A fgi A « "Sfer [3 I U\ Marina Caps Arf Station Mtramar sincerely tnsrtks and eppfoowns itt...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

Johnson came back from an ankle injury to produce 144 yards of rushing offense. week,” Matson said. Baxter was taken out of the game after making a huge hit for a TD-saving tackle on the last play of the first quarter. Before the first half was over, Mission Bay capitalized on a Lincoln turnover and added a another score. Taylor swept in over the right side for the 8-yard touchdown run. Midway through the second quarter, the Bucs mounted a nineplay drive capped with a 1-yard quarterback sneak by Taylor. Lincoln scored in the first minute of the second quarter, but the extra point was blocked by Forney. “Dillon got a concussion, so the doctor ( Dr. Ken Anderson of PB Urgent Care) recommended he sit it out and only have no-contact practice this week. But he will be back next Friday,” Matson said. Carlos Sanchez added another perfect PAT. Lincoln scored again in the third quarter with a strong performance from their quarterback to mirror the effort by Taylor. They added a 2-point conve...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

Sunday, Oct. 14 St. Louis 0-5 at Baltimore 3-2, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Rams won 33-22 at home in 2003. Bucs’ backfield, which won’t help against Titans’ third-ranked rush defense. Pick: Titans 19, Buccaneers 15 Pick: Browns 21, Dolphins 20 Game Day: Browns are looking to go 3-0 at home. at home in 2005. Stats & Stuff: Miami’s pass defense ranks third in league, allowing 171.6 yards per game. Browns’ passing game is ninth at 238.4 yards per game. Carolina 3-2 at Arizona 3-2, 1: 05 p. m. Last Meeting: Panthers won 2420 at Arizona in 2005. Stats & Stuff: Carolina has won three straight in the series. Cardinals are 2-0 at home. Game Day: Both teams have been hit with injuries to starting quarterbacks. Cards’ Kurt Warner is better than Panthers’ David Carr. Pick: Cardinals 23, Panthers 21 Member of the HEX Cashless Marketplace SDD-213-H96 Miami 0-5 at Cleveland 2-3, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Browns won 22-0 Kruiser King 3830 Mission Blvd., Mission Beach 858/ 488-6341...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

So far, no fan base has demonstrated better tailgating than the Houston Texans. Bengals fans, however, are not far behind on the pro football party planet. I could barely work my way through the slew of poorly lit parking lots adjacent to downtown Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium because there were so many orange-and-black Bengals fans throwing back a few cold ones in the darkness of the night. If I was- In the most recent leg of my tour of the country’s biggest and best stadiums, I somehow squeezed in nine football games in eight days across seven different states. Following college football games at Virginia Tech and Virginia on Sept. 29, and a stop in Indianapolis to see the Super Bowl Champion Colts the next day, I visited Cincinnati for Monday Night Football Oct. 1 and watched the Patriots trounce the Bengals. From there, I took in college games at Memphis on Oct. 2; Southern Mississippi, Oct. 3; South Carolina, Oct. 4; Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 5; and finally, the University o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

Add a House Salad & Dessert to Any Lurtcti Entree for Oily $1,50! 809 Thomas Ave ■ Pacific Beach * 858.270.1730 Now Serving Breakfast! Saturday & Sunday 9am 2pm NIGHTLY SPECIALS Featuring the Freshest Seafood, Amazing Pastas> Dinner Salads, & Sandwiches After the do-it-yourself repair, I made it to Columbia, S. C., in a driving rainstorm for the 7: 45 p. m. kickoff against then-undefeated Kentucky. The host Gamecocks jumped out early on the Wildcats, and Kentucky was undefeated no more. Fortunately, a pair of Alabamans witnessed my plight and helped me pull some slack to fix the line. I wanted to give each of them some football programs I’ve purchased on this trip as a sign of my gratitude, but demonstrating Southern hospitality, they said almost together:“ Naw, we don’t want nothin’. Just be safe and good luck on your trip.” to visit the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in Jackson. I had a great time at the museum, which pays homage to ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 11 October 2007

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