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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 29 January 2009

40. Steak 41. Sushi 42. Seafood 43. American 36. Specialty/ Trademark Drink 37. Pizza 44. BBQ 45. Asian Fusion 46. Vietnamese 47. Thai 48. Chinese Restaurant 49. Chinese Take-out 50. French 51. German 52. Greek 53. Indian 54. Irish 55. Italian 56. Mexican Restaurant 57. Mexican Take-out ( fast food) 58. Bakery 59. Bar 60. Cafe 61. Catering 62. Coffee shop 63. Juice Bar 64. Donut Shop 65. Bagel Shop 66. Deli cipal’s chat with parents of students in grades kindergarten through 1. • Feb. 5-8, science fair in Parish Event Center. • Thursday, Feb. 5, report cards distributed, WASC/ WEC visiting team pre-visit. • Friday, Jan. 30, Grandparents Day, no after-school daycare. • Thursday, Feb. 5, report cards distributed, WASC/ WEC visiting team pre-visit. • Through Jan. 30, Catholic Schools Week. Feb. 4-27, the San Diego Watercolor Society ( SDWS) presents an exhibition of original watercolor paintings entitled“ Valentine Visions.” A First Friday public reception with the artists is slated fo...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 29 January 2009

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 29 January 2009

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 29 January 2009

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 29 January 2009

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 29 January 2009

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

the Barnard Students from Elementary School Mandarin Chinese magnet program perform for the audience during a Chinese New Year HAS ALLU MANDAR I N MAG N ET R E embrace Chinese in celebration culture, language Barnard students BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON OB Comedy has remedy for the blues Ocean Beach resident“ Sacrilegious Dave,” 75, keeps the crowd laughing at the OB Comedy series at Winston’s on Bacon Street. COURTESY PHOTO BY VITO DI STEFANO BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON Shenanigans ensued. The 75-year-old comedian, poet and community watchdog told some funny jokes. Some in the “Sacrilegious Dave” was gracing the stage this night with his ineffable presence; his dominating aura packed into a quasi-dominating stature. He entered the comedic fray in front of a capacity crowd at the third anniversary show of Ocean Beach Comedy ( OBC) on Friday, Jan. 30 at Winston’s in Ocean Beach. The end of Sac Dave’s statement trailed off, almost inaudibly, as he However, it wasn’t“ Sacrilegiou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

"By your violence, you took the life of a human being. It's unforgivable," said Einhorn, who described the slaying as "a brutal, vicious, totally uncalled-for attack upon Mr. Kauanui." “I know his death was not in vain. I believe it would have been someone ( else),” said Cindy Kauanui, alluding to the other assaults that occurred to other victims. Kauanui, 24, died May 28, 2007, four days after he was punched by Cravens in the face and his head hit the pavement outside his mother's home in La Jolla. His skull was cracked and he suffered brain damage. 2008. The other incidents occurred in La Jolla and involved Cravens and other members of the "Bird Rock Bandits" crashing parties and punching people. “Mr. Cravens has been terrorizing the community for years,” Roach said. PHOTOS BY PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON While a cluster of landlubbers looked on from the Embarcadero, the action was in full swing on San Diego Bay on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 17 and 18. That’s when replicas of two ships...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

San Diego Bahá'í Faith ( 858) 560-4781 · Fax ( 858) 279-8079 Lorie Grant Opening a new branch office in 619-823-2552 Liberty Station early Spring! Second-grader Caitlynn Kruppa performs a song with her class during a Chinese New Year celebration at Barnard Elementary School on Jan. 29. PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON CRAVENS Now in it’s second year, Barnard’s Mandarin Chinese magnet program prepares stu- It’s not hard to imagine Eddie as a future international leader. That’s what Barnard’s educators aim to accomplish. taken an interest in ancient Chinese culture and said he wants to travel to China in the future. emceed the festivities in Man- darin. Julie said her son has Parent Julie Kapelzcak ate at a table with her son, Eddie, who After the performances, parents and students gathered at the playground lunch tables for a Chinese-style lunch. singing along with the children a heart-warming song:“ One World, One Dream.” The performances concluded with everyone in the room pokey.” nese ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Contestants in the sauce competition hope to make the music merely background stimulus how- The temple’s large room and stage will be well suited for the lively nature of the event, as aromas from competitively crafted sauces and feel-good music fill the This year’s contest is set for Saturday, Feb. 7 from 4 to 8 p. m. at the Masonic Center, 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd. Last year’s event raised about $ 6,000 — roughly half of which was donated to Guide Dogs of the Desert, an organization that trains service dogs for the blind. Proceeds from this year’s contest will again go to benefit Guide Dogs of the Desert, The Dana Association, Dover & Provost Family Scholarships, and The Sunset Cliff’s Surfers Association for spinal cord research. The Peninsula Lions Club is cooking up its 15th annual Spaghetti Dinner and Sauce Contest to raise money and satisfy appetites of an expected 400 or so Point Loma faithful. In fact, if you call our office hy February ZHth 20011 , ] will provid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Every Tuesday 11: 00a. m.-12: 00 p. m. La Jolla YMCA, 8355 Cliffridge Ave. Every Thursday 9: 30 a. m. - 10: 30 a. m St. Bridgid Parish Hall, 4735 Cass St. Checks may be written to“ OBDFS Mary Reynolds Memorial” and sent to: Friends are invited to gather at the end of the Ocean Beach Pier at 10 a. m. Saturday, Feb. 28 to observe the scattering of Mary’s ashes at sea. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mary Reynolds Memorial Scholarship fund benefiting Ocean Beach Dollars for Scholars. She is survived by two daughters, two sons-in-law, 12 grandchildren, 1 great-grandson, one brother and his wife, seven nieces and nephews and their families. MARY REYNOLDS away home, pain lived there happily for three years and passed She Ore. Just prior to her 90th birthday, M a r y moved to Portland, and Ocean Beach Elementary School. free, and at peace. Mary, a master at the art of conversation, was gregarious, fun-loving and always“ ready to go.” Dollars for Scholars c/ o The Elsbree H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

It is sad to say, but it is now necessary to scrutinize every untrue. Mr. Khalil recused himself because one of his clients is Liberty Station — i. e., McMillin. action of the PCPB and to take action should rescinded, properly noticed and publicly discussed. whatever it takes with a grain of salt. Some of the current board members are good people, but they are in the minority, a majority block of these people vote in lock step. The Rock Church The cell phone“ expert” report should undergo the same treatment. And everyone should vote in the March election for the kind of people you really want speaking for you. A sponsor, on the other hand, may have very little to teach you about your job but can help your career by vouching for your suitability, recommending you for special projects or taking you along on assignments. A sponsor must have influence in the organization. Whereas mentors are usually found among your immediate superiors, they can also be colleagues or anyone who can teac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Lani Furrows Vice President Retail Mortgage ( 619) 316-3106 The Regional Homeless Profile for 2008, a fact sheet and more information are available online at www. rtfhsd. org. The Obama administration is considering proposals increasing the funding for homeless programs. The task force has stated its interest in working with the new administration to help create employment opportunities for those who are without homes. the San Diego region. The count includes people found living on the street, along with data from more than 90 agencies that provide emergency shelter and transitional housing programs. • First Class Wax ( Banker’s Hill, www. firstclasswax. com) To learn more about the Princess Project, visit www. princessproject. org. • Minx Hair Salon ( 5726 La Jolla Blvd. in Birdrock) • Margaret’s Cleaners, 7511 La Jolla Blvd. ( also Margaret’s locations in Del Mar and Kearny Mesa, www. margarets. com) • Mossy Nissan ( El Cajon, Escondido, Kearny Mesa, National City, Oceanside, Powa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Chris Barlow, coach of the San Diego Canoe and Kayak Team, grits and grins as he thrusts his surfski through the water. Four hundred kayakers took to the water Saturday, Jan. 31 to race across Mission Bay and out on to the open ocean for the 13th annual Hanohano Challenge. Patrick Dolan, 20, paddled in first at 1: 03 hours on the nine-mile, open ocean course. For more results, visit www. hanohano. org. PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON and Thursday, Feb. 19 from 4 to 6 p. m. For more information on tryouts, call ( 619) 223-3589. SportsBriefs around the corner Tryouts are set to get under way for the Barca Point Loma soccer teams — both boys and girls divi- Soccer tryouts are just In 2008, the Padres finished last in the National League West race, losing 99 games. Moorad, a former Diamondbacks CEO, has five years to effect the purchase. Until then, Moores will represent the club at owners meetings and sit on various committees. Because of the team’s $ 240 million debt service, Moorad still mu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Open at 9 for Breakfast Open at 9 for Breakfast Late Night H. H. 11pm-1am $ 4 Smirnoff shot anytime Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers $ 2 off All Pichers all night Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers $ 2.75 Bloody Marys $ 3.75 Margs, $ 2 PBR’s $ 8 Bud Pitchers Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers NBA & NHL Don’t miss march madness! Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers Super Pint Night Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers $ 2.75 Sunshine Lemonade all night! Happy Hour 5-6pm 1/ 2 Price Pitchers $ 11 Micro Pitcher after 6pm 5034 Newport Ave. O. B. 619-223-0558 5028 Newport Ave. O. B. 619-222-0722 MISSION BEACH 7*f $ 1 off U-call it 8pm-1am PBR & Miller High Life bottles $ 2 Shot of the Week $ 3 NBA & NHL Don’t miss march madness! $ 2.75 bloody mary’s all day PBR & Miller High Life bottles $ 2.50 Shot of the Week $ 3 $ 3 off pitchers after 7pm $ 2 off anything on our menu all night! Super Pint Night...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Reach local residents and the thousands of visitors who vacation here every year! Over 75,000 will be delivered door-to-door to homes and businesses plus dropped at high traffic tourist locations provide your business with excellent visibility. FREE BUSINESS LISTING with purchase of a 1/ 6 page ad or larger! 858-270-3103 Mike Fahey x 117 or Mike Long x112 For more information call Join Us For A Dog Beach Cleanup Sat., Feb. 14th • 9 to 11am Fe b. 116t h DOG^SH Celebrate Our 16th • Drawing for FREE Wash Daily for 16 Days • Valentine Wash Coupon Books • Special Valentine Toys & Bandanas • Everything on Sale, 16-50% Off! Dog Beach Dog Wash 4933 Voltaire Street • Ocean Beach ( 619) 523-1700 • www. dogwash. com Open 7 am to 9 pm • 7 days a week Anniversary! We Love Our Customers! Newspaper Group San Diego Community ave over 300 beauti-pul pain-tings- "Yout \/aleni:ine Trie Gift of ArH: 2168 Chatsworth Blvd., In Pt. Loma near Voltaire 619-223-6278 Bradley Fine Art Gallery Wed E...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Healthy Pet Food I OiOOam - s'lOQpm How about rollof from dry, Itchy Bkln7 Wa havai 3 WldB varwty of ■kin frrftatianki including ,illor<jlea and fleas. ■ V ' " IN LOVE WITH OB MONTH ♥ ♥ ♥ Have A Picture Perfect Valentine’s! Visit our photo booth at OB farmer’s market February 11th. The booth may be a little cheesy ( perfect for those goofy photos) but loads of fun! For $ 5 you'll receive an emailed copy of you and your loved one ( dogs count too!) for you to share with your online friends. Give Your Love Something Permanent by surprising them with an authentic OB Tile to go on Newport Avenue! We'll make sure you get a certificate to present your loved one for their lasting keepsake! OceanBeachSanDiego. com ( 619) 224-4906 from tne Point l..onvi L'tif j'4j, up the 4meet a\m your Jq£ to ir n I ■ ■ in,; >hr - !. | i , .1 . 170+Vol*airt5t Mend II S™ D™m CAd? *10S mfiwom: \t ■- * •Conkxt Lens Cote Kit lonlad Lens Package • Complete eye exam •All follow up visils 1 C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

Best Traditional Breakfast at the Beach www.HlchsanhePler.com Saturdays & Sundays 9am-2pm Daily Lunch Specials From 11:00am to 3:00pm Monday thru Friday - Grilled Fresh Fish - Cllsirro Fesio, n onsied flei Pe pp er Culls, Steimei While m« a. Vegetans S19.95 -CrabLegs - wilt) s we el corn Hi son o. VilttiMn * Drawn Butter $24.95 - Filet Mipon- with Popp ere irn sane t, ntaiien no a pen to. anrj e riiitrj zucchini turn - Lobster Bisque - $4,95 finite s Dessert [Choice of One] G e I a to-S or 0 etto-Dr e in e Br ulee-Bread Pudding Available After 44 npm TSftftRmniituNDt Included Entrees (Choice of One] Stuffed Chicken Breast With Goat Cheese, Pine Nuts, and Sundried Tomatoes. Topped with Creamy Tomato-Basil Sauce Ctah Stuffed Mahi-Mafil With To mat I Ho Sauce. Rice Pilaf and Vegetables Island Pesto Crusted Fieslt Fisn With As Ian Vinaigrette February6.2009 Starters (Choice Of One] Gup of Soup- Roasted Beet Salad-Seared dhiGrilled Heart of Romaine Three Course Friday Only $2...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

We'll help charr COMMUNITY/ CIVIC Wednesday, Feb. 11, 10 a. m., monthly meeting of the Point Loma Garden Club with master gardener and Point Loma Association member Jodi Bruhn. The event takes place at the Portuguese Hall, 2818 Avenida de Portugal. For more information, visit www. plgc. org. • Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2: 30 p. m., Chess Club. • Tuesday, Feb. 10, 8: 30 a. m., kindergarten tours. • Monday, Feb. 9, no school in observance of Lincoln’s birthday. • Today, Feb. 5, Bank Day; ArtSpace, Dance, Spanish and yoga after-school clubs. • Thursday, Feb. 12, Bank Day; ArtSpace, Dance, Spanish and yoga after-school clubs. Saturday, Feb. 14, 9 to 11 a. m., Friends of Dog Beach hosts monthly Dog Beach cleanup. Gloves, bags, scoops, brooms, shovels, toys and treats for humans and dogs provided. For more information, call ( 619) 5231700. • Today, Feb. 5, 3: 30 to 5 p. m., parent tour. • Saturday, Feb. 7, 4 to 9 p. m., Peninsula Lion’s Club spaghetti dinner fundraiser to benefit Dana Associati...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 5 February 2009

times and speakers are scheduled and prices vary depending on topic and speaker. Most all of the symposium takes place at Beyond Boundaries.” Various ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Through Feb. 6, Point Loma Nazarene University hosts the 14th annual Writer’s Symposium by the Sea themed“ Writing • Today, Feb. 5, 9 a. m., PTA meeting in auditorium. • Monday, Feb. 9, no school in observance of Lincoln’s birthday. • Feb. 10-13, book fair. • Friday, Feb. 13, 9: 10 a. m., flag ceremony led by kindergarten. Seniors can enjoy a hot, nutritious meal and companionship through the LiveWell Senior Congregant Lunch Program at the Ocean Beach Recreation Center weekly. Meals are served Mondays through Fridays from 11 a. m. to noon for a donation of $ 3.50. Seniors are encouraged to stay after lunch every other Tuesday for penny bingo. For more information about the program and activities offered, call program director Tammy Schmitt at ( 858) 736-5079. COURTESY PHOTO j v t BE* www. thebfQkenyollt...

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