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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

District 2 City Councilman Kevin Faulconer said the Peninsula is a very diverse community with differing points of view. “If the community and the residents believe they need another voice, I will support the neighbors getting together to come to their own conclusion,” Faulconer said. “The more people get involved in a community, the better.” The proposed Point Loma Town Council also wants to address air-port-noise issues, Murphy said. Whether the San Diego City Council sees the emerging Peninsula Town Council as an official political group remains to be seen. Asked whether the city would support the movement, Murphy said he doesn’t care if the community recognizes them. on with the committee. His group, represented through the website www. sannoise. org, claims a 500person membership. The beach-area town councils traditionally serve as a venue for communication between city officials and residents. They also serve as a forum for debate or discussion over community issues. City Coun...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

An important key to your rabbit’s Regular veterinary care is important to catch health issues early and prevent costly, long-term or even fatal conditions. San Diego House Rabbit Society ( SDHRS) recommends you schedule a“ well bunny” exam when you first adopt your rabbit to establish a baseline for care. Housing your rabbit indoors will greatly contribute to its health and longevity. Predators ( foxes, raccoons, coyotes, stray cats, etc.) and parasites ( fleas, flies and mosquitoes) are a serious threat to the health and safety of a rabbit housed outdoors. Temperatures above 80 degrees and wet weather also pose health hazards, with heat being a factor in many summertime fatalities. more about proper portions at www. sandiegorabbits. org/ diet. Severely limit or stay away from sugary, high-fat treats like those found at the pet store. Yogurt drops, honey sticks and other treats that contain seeds, nuts and dried fruits can lead to obesity, chronic soft stools, GI blockages and lifel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

Though now considered a mainstay of the local club circuit, Mod Amish actually got its start in Louisiana during the late ’ 90s. It was guitarist Shannon Jones who first arrived in San Diego in 2004, with Drake making the move in 2007. “It’s nonsense, really,” said Drake. “A friend had a dream where she was the singer of a band called Mod Amish, so we went with that.” Indeed, rarely have two less likely words been paired together than mod and Amish. The name was chosen after they found their original choice, Brittle Star, was already taken. According to frontman Mike Drake, the quartet went for something abstract rather than a name with deep meaning. Band names often give an inkling to what a performer’s music might sound like. However, indie rockers Mod Amish, who perform at Dream Street on March 26, take a different approach. SPOTLIGHTONSENIORS The band has released two albums to date,“ Mod Amish” ( 2006) and“ No Use for Sunshine” ( 2008). More recently, the band chalked up a mino...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

Saturday, April 11, the city of San Diego hosts the 35th annual Spring Egg Hunt at Robb Field in Ocean Beach, sponsored by the Robb Field Recreation Council. The event will feature a DJ, clowns, free fire truck rides, free popcorn and professional photographs for $ 4. For more information, call ( 619) 665-2104. • Thursday, April 2, 1: 05 to 1: 30 p. m., pizza and bake sales after school. mailing book@ yahoo. com. • Wednesday, April 1, last day to place yearbook orders. Yearbooks are $ 16 and available by e- lomaportalyear- • Tuesday, March 31, 3: 35 to 4 p. m., popcorn sales after school. • Monday, March 30, delivery of all cookie and bread orders. world. • Friday, March 27, 5: 30 to 8 p. m., Multicultural Festival featuring different foods, dances, music and games from across the • Today, March 26, 1: 05 to 1: 30 p. m., pizza and bake sales after school. • Today, March 26, Bank Day; Spanish, art and dance afterschool clubs meet. • April 10-19, Easter break. • Saturday, April 25, 10...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

• Monday, March 30, 8 p. m., Less Than Jake & The Expendables performs with The Flatliners. Tickets are $ 20. • Today, March 26, 8 p. m., A Scribe Amidst the Lions performs with Endoxi, The New Lead, Detectives and RunHoney. Tickets are $ 6. • Friday, March 27, 9 p. m., Strangers performs with Mike Pinto and Project Out of Bounds. Tickets are $ 10 in advance; $ 12 at the door. • Saturday, March 28, 9 p. m., Candelbox performs with Royal Bliss and Jet Black Stare. Tickets are $ 25. • Sunday, March 29, 8 p. m., Biohazard performs with Canobliss and One Inch Pump. Tickets are $ 18 in advance; $ 20 at the door. ZtN DltM CQMHUKlTT HtW5htfEft GROUP - flSfli CI NraWi ffl B58.2 HI S M)3 ' R 85*,7J 1 WHS - mm rtim J Lltt il I marketplace marketplace classified Roofing Services Offered Handyman Investment Properties Gardening - Landscaping HELP ME AND I WILL HELP YOU Honest, hardworking guy who lost his job. Will run errands, odd jobs, fix stuff, while looking for full time work. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 26 March 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

oint Loma resident Nate Cin- P Scholastic Surfing Association ( NSSA) surf contest at Huntington Beach earlier this month to notch a No. 3 rank in the Southwestern Conference. The high “The San Clemente event is one of the biggest amateur series in the United States, as well as one of the hardest events to win,” Cintas said. ranking qualifies the 17-year-old for the national contest to be held in San Clemente in June. Cintas, seen here surfing in Indonesia, is ranked No. 3 in the National Scholastic Surfing Association’s Southwestern Conference. SEE CINTAS, Page 8 Point Loma teen riding a wave of success Nate Cintas Jr. of Point Loma will compete in the NSSA nationals in Huntington Beach in June. COURTESY PHOTOS After initially removing trash receptacles at beach access points in Ocean Beach to save money, city officials had a change of heart. PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON And then, according to the document, seven trashcans were replaced,“ where the public has direct safe access to the ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

Peninsula Family YMCA Aquatic Programs: predators such as seals and sharks, and escaping fish. Hubbs-SeaWorld researchers say the fish, native to the California coast, do not represent a threat to the ocean environment, however. Currents would carry fish waste ward we want to make sure it’s done properly.” Hubbs-SeaWorld must acquire permits from the California Coastal Commission before it can begin construction within a few years, officials said. “I don’t know if we would support it but we wouldn’t be opposed to it,” Hickman said.“ If it moves for- cials. away and nets around the fish farm would keep predators at bay, according to Hubbs-SeaWorld offi- Officials from Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute are proposing a fish farm off the coast of Mission Beach, much like the photo shown at top. The aquaculture project, which would likely include striped bass, white bass, California halibut and California yellowtail, would be designed to help the fishing industry keep up with U. S. deman...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

Highest Prices Paid Immediately ( 619) 955-5007 2445 Truxtun Rd. # 105 San Diego, CA 92106 In The Liberty Station Marketplace San Diego’s family of trusted jewelers since 1937 Walkers to step out at Liberty Station “I would want all that money to “For some reason I love cherries, I have them everywhere in my house, in my car, even a cherry tattoo,” Dube said.“ I added ‘ bomb’ to the title because I would like to think we are blowing away MS, fighting and getting rid of the disease.” With the help of her 15 other team members, Dube feels confident about cracking the goal of raising $ 4,000 in her third year of participating in the event and living with the disease. in fight against MS She coined her team’s name MAD Cherry Bombs with her initials in mind, though the Cherry Bomb portion was for altogether different reasons. One of those teams is headed by Mary-Alice Dube, who has been a Point Loma resident all her life. The participants will represent roughly 250 teams, said Clark. Eac...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

Point Loma resident Shauna Woodward will again lead a team of walkers in Saturday’s annual walk against multiple sclerosis. The following April, Woodward gathered her family together to join her at Walk MS in San Diego. “The first year I walked, I was amazed that all those people were “I was most afraid of the treatment,” said Woodward of the weekly self-injections,“ since I’m terrified of needles.” In the spring of 1998, 32-year-old Point Loma resident Shauna Woodward suddenly began experiencing a“ tipped” feeling. “Everything was tipped to the side and I just couldn’t right myself,” Woodward recalled. Within two months, the left side of her face began to feel cool and tingly and she constantly drifted to the right, whether driving or walking. A month later, Woodward lost the sight in her left eye, under- went an MRI and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in June of that year. “When you’re diagnosed, you feel really alone,” Woodward said.“ The walk gave me the sense that I’m not...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

Now Tafolla works primarily with local historical societies in researching his episodes. “I love history and was watching Huell Howser on television and thought that’s cool!” said Tafolla.“ I wondered if I could do that on San Diego. I started with Ocean Beach and worked first with the San Diego Historical Society and then talked with Pat James, who gave me some photos.” He never studied filmmaking but caught the bug from a friend while he was running a home“ garage” business making chocolate-covered bananas. up in May. The Congress of History also honored with its Media Award Ocean Beach filmmaker Noah Tafolla for his contributions to documenting local history through his public television series“ Wonderland,” which airs on KPBS. Tafolla received the award at the Wisteria Party from James. Tafolla missed the Congress’ awards ceremony because he was filming the OB Kite Festival for a new episode of“ Wonderland.” Tafolla, an OB native, finished his first episode of“ Wonderland,” name...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

Robert Burdette Jr. Ocean Beach I think it is time that the Airport Authority represents the people of San Diego and sets noise limits. They should charge any carrier that exceeds the set limits with significant enough fees to compensate those of us who are held prisoners in our homes or caught outside with our fingers in our ears. The answer is quieter planes. My family has lived in Ocean Beach on land subdivided in 1887, before man could fly. They moved here in the early 1920s before jets, before Lindbergh Field. I was born in 1938 and well remember the time before jets. The answer is to quiet the planes. Then everyone everywhere would benefit. Some of you do not think it possible to have quieter planes. The newer planes are quieter; the noisiest ones should not be allowed. This is not even a good stop-gap measure because it means one must close oneself in the house when we have this wonderful weather outside. One cannot sit on one’s deck or patio when this happens, or even walk t...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

din Sunday _ THE bnirtch buffet $54.95 adults $15.95 ages 6-12 plus tax & gratuity under 6 complimentary 1549 □ Rado 619.557.9441 exL1 10am-2:30pm The Burn Institute is offering to install smoke alarms at the homes of seniors, 55 and older, for free through April and May. Operable smoke alarms increase the chances of victims surviving a house fire by 50 percent. Eligible seniors must reside in the county, own their home and not own a working Mayor unveils sun-powered meters Mayor Jerry Sanders has unveiled a pilot project involving 51 high-tech solar-powered parking meters designed to improve the environment and the city’s realtime parking management efforts. The meters, located between 4th and 6th Avenues and West G and Market Streets downtown, serve a single parking space, take credit cards and coins and are said to be easily installed on existing poles. The meters also reportedly allow greater control of parking meter rates and include more robust dis- TESTING CONTINU...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

ing how much talent there is in this area ( Ocean Beach) that does not branch out to surf internationally,” said the elder Cintas. Prior to competing in the NSSA events, Cintas Jr. surfed on an amateur level since the age of 8. Nate Cintas Sr. surfs and owns a local surf store, the Point Loma Boardroom at Liberty Station. Surfing is not only a sport or a hobby to Cintas Jr. He said he surfs as much as six hours a day. His typical schedule is surfing in the morning with the Point Loma High School surf team, then attending charter school and When Cintas earned the No. 10 spot he made his first quarterfinal appearance. The next contest he improved by making the semifinal which boosted him to the No. 8 spot. He cracked the top five with a win in an Ocean Beach contest and finally the Huntington Beach victory propelled him to his current No. 3 position. Cintas has been surfing since the age of eight months. “I learned how to surf before I learned how to swim,” Cintas would also stand me ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 2 April 2009

USD’s Toreros and Lady Aztecs women crews will compete for the Women’s Cal Cup, starting in separate heats Saturday morning. But they could go head-to-head in the finals. The SDSU and USD men’s crews will also fight for the same events Saturday that will shape their weekend tournament. The hopeful collegians will race against crews from UCLA, USC, Notre Dame, Stanford, USC, Washington, Georgetown, Harvard, Purdue, Princeton, Yale and Texas to name a few. The 36th annual San Diego Crew Classic rowing regatta returns to Mission Bay on April 4 and 5 when the colorful spectacle will send thousands of athletes out to compete for trophies and tradition. The races launch at 7: 30 a. m. both days on the east side of Crown Point and continue until 5 p. m. Top universities and club teams from throughout the country will send their eight-person boats to compete. Local university crews from USD, SDSU and UCSD will each compete in the preliminary hi COURTESY PHOTO SEECREW, Page 16 The San Diego ...

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