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Mad About Modernism

Architectural tours, talks, parties, and more. They are there for the taking during Modernism Week.


eady for modernism? The time has arrived. Modernism Week’s signature February festival unfolds Feb. 16-26, highlighting midcentury modern architecture, art, interior and landscape design, and vintage culture in Palm Springs area. It’s one of the most festive events of the year and the hot ticket for February. For the 12th year, the annual 11-day festival features a wide array of events including the Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale, tours of iconic homes in more than 25 neighborhoods including the Signature Home Tour on both weekends, architectural walking, biking and double-decker bus tours, a world-class series of film screenings and informative talks. Always on the must-experience list: Tours of the historic Annenberg Estate at Sunnylands, a Palm Springs Walk of Stars dedication (this year for John Lautner), the Modernism Week Show House: Christopher Kennedy Compound at Villa Golightly, classic cars, garden tours, a vintage travel trailer exhibition, nightly parties and a special series of talks about Mexico City Modern.  All events are open to the public and tickets are available at One of the highlights of the first weekend includes the annual Modernism Week Opening Night Party on Thursday, Feb. 16. This chic red carpet affair will in-

corporate a ’60s-era spy movietheme that pays homage to the James Bond film “Diamonds Are Forever” which features a famous scene filmed at the Elrod House in Palm Springs, designed by John Lautner, the 2017 Walk of Stars honoree. Education outreach has always been a core element of Modernism Week programming, and this year that trend continues with a special series of talks and films on the topic of Mexico City Modern. A series of four presentations will be conducted by leading luminaries on the subject, including Anne Rowe, Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands, Keith Eggener, a professor of Architecture at University of Oregon and author of  “Luis Barragan’s Gardens of El

Pedregal,” Luis M. Castenda, author of “ Spectacular Mexico – Design, Propaganda and the 1968 Olympics,” and Cristina Lopez Uribe, an architect and faculty member of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Following Modernism Week, a Mexico City Modern Tour produced by Modernism Week will visit the modernist residences and structures discussed during the presentation and many others. Once again, Modernism Week will present a variety of film screenings, including the U.S. film premiere of “Harry Seidler—Modernist.” Other exciting educational and enlightening programs are on the roster, too, but take note: CAMP, Modernism Week’s ‘Community and Meeting Place’ and headquarters for tours and events, will be located in a dynamic tented structure on Palm

Canyon Drive near Baristo Road. CAMP is a central location for attendees to meet, shop, dine, learn, and relax between tours and parties, it will feature stimulating programs and opportunities to meet authors, designers, and other industry luminaries through a variety of planned activities. It is also the ticket hub for the daily Premier Double Decker Architectural Bus Tour, and new for 2017, group rides on the all-new Sunny Cycle electric bike experience, exploring architectural  neighborhoods in downtown.    So many other daily tours and exciting evening events will be offered throughout the week. Modernism Week’s signature 11-day festival takes place Feb. 16-26. Please visit

Out And About February 16-19: Art Palm Springs. More than 60 galleries will have their artwork on display, exhibiting modern and contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and more. Palm Springs Convention Center, 277 N. Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs, February 16-26: Modernism Week. Celebrating and foster appreciation of midcentury architecture and design, as well as contemporary thinking in these fields, by encouraging education, preservation and sustainable modern living as represented in Palm Springs and the surrounding cities. The Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival. Get ready to cheer for the daredevil drivers at the Monster Truck show, experience the thrills and chills of carnival rides, dig into fantastic food

and fair treats, browse through arts and crafts booths, and see some big headliners perform. Riverside County Fairgrounds, 82503 Highway 111, Indio, 800-811-Fair, February 16: The Desert Symphony Presents “Arrival” Celebrates the Music of ABBA! 8 p.m. The closest you will ever come to experiencing the music and passion of ABBA! They maintain a vitality that stuns crowds and leaves them shouting for more. McCallum Theatre, 73000 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Springs. 760-3402787, February 17-19: Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles. A live multi-media spectacular that takes you on a musical journey through the life and times of the world’s most celebrated band, The Beatles. McCallum Theatre, 73000 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Springs, 760-340-2787,

February 18: Peter Catera. 8 p.m. Successful solo artist and former lead singer of the legendary poprock band Chicago. Spotlight 29 Casino, 46200 Harrison Place, Coachella, 760-775-5566, Art on Main Street. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featuring the original art of 70 artists, including paintings, photography, ceramics, glass, metal sculpture, jewelry, and textiles. Old Town La Quinta, Pete Carlson’s Jazz for Jazz Lovers Series. 7 p.m. Featuring the talented Dave Tull & Rebecca Kilgore Quartet. Come out and enjoy world class jazz music. Pete Carlson’s Golf & Tennis, 73741 Highway 111, Palm Desert, 760-568-3263,



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Pianist Anthony DeMare Shines in ‘Simply Sondheim’ With eight Tony Awards, eight Grammy’s, a Pulitzer Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Stephen Sondheim, the renowned American composer and lyricist, is known for a half-century of contributions to musical theater. The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus (PSGMC) is proud to present his legendary music in “Simply Sondheim” performing shows at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24. Tickets are $25$50 and group discounts apply on orders of 10 or more tickets. Attendees will enjoy an impressive list of Sondheim’s greatest theatrical achievements: Company,

Follies, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd, Anyone Can Whistle, Sunday in the Park With George and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Additionally, three phenomenally talented sopranos Kara Masek, Jaci Davis and Christina Marie Harrell will perform solos throughout the production. The concert is held at The Richards Center for the Arts at Palm Springs High School. For more information, visit


Question: Tall I am young, Short I am old, While with life I glow, Wind is my foe. What am I? Answer on page 14.

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Palm Desert Fire Breaks Out in Commercial Building

Photo by Elaine Bordessa Newbrough owner of Reversible Golf and Resortwear

Did you notice a plume of black smoke coming from Palm Desert on Tuesday, Feb. 7 as a commercial building went up in flames? The Riverside County Department says the fire was first reported at 1:40


p.m. in the 74800 block of Joni Drive, a few blocks from Palm Desert High School. Fifty firefighters were sent to the scene, from 10 engine companies. Nearby businesses were briefly evacuated during the firefighting efforts. The fire was contained at 3:49 p.m. Crews were on the scene for several hours. Officials said a car was being worked on inside the building and ended up igniting the fire. Cal Fire Spokesman Lucas Spelman said the fire started in the Rough and Ready store. The store contained ammunition, vintage army vehicles, and military memorabilia. The sound of ammunition could be heard loudly at the scene as the fire ignited. Spelman says the fire reached a total of three businesses.

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H3K Design to host ‘Lucy and Desi: In Love with Palm Springs’ H3K Design, a firm specializing in design consultation and project management for upscale residential and commercial remodeling and renovation, will host a fundraiser for Save Oswit Canyon. Dubbed “Lucy and Desi: In Love with Palm Springs,” the event features performer Lucie Arnaz, the famous couple’s daughter, as she presents vintage family home movies and shares personal anecdotes about what life was like in Palm Springs with Lucy, Desi, their family, and famous friends. The event unfolds from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 at H3K Design’s new showroom—H3K Home (501 South Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs). Guests can expect complimentary cocktails and appetizers. All funds raised from the event will benefit Save Oswit Coalition, a group of more than 2,000 Palm Springs residents who are backing a citizens initiative to protect the Oswit Cone in Palm Springs. Beloved performers Lucille Ball


and Desi Arnaz lived and played in the Greater Palm Springs area from 1946-1966 and shared their life with many celebrities, including Vivian Vance, Orson Wells, Kirk Douglas, Dean Martin, Gordon MacRae and many others. It has all been something actress-entertainer-director Lucie Arnaz has kept close to here heart and here, for the first time, she will share her personal memories of growing up in in the Coachella Valley during the heyday of “I Love Lucy.” To that end, attendees can expect a screening of rarely seen home movies and rare personal photographs of the family life in and around Palm Springs. These also include many rarely seen views of their 1954 Paul Revere Williamsdesigned residence. In addition, unique Hollywood memorabilia from films starring Ball, Arnaz, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Red Skelton, Elvis, and others will be offered for sale to the event attendees. All sales of the merchandise

will benefit the Save Oswit Canyon movement. The entire collection can be viewed “We are honored to be able to host this unique event in the newly completed and soon-to-be-open H3K Design showroom in downtown Palm Springs,” says Howard Hawkes, partner and principal of H3K Design. “We are firmly committed to protecting the endangered areas in our city, so we were

thrilled to be able to partner with the incredibly talented Lucie Arnaz to host this important fundraiser for the Save Oswit Canyon initiative. Attendees will be entertained and educated about why the Oswit Cone area is so crucial to the city of Palm Springs.” Tickets are $60 and can be purchased at Tickets can also be purchased at the door.

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City of Palm Springs Encourages Residents and Visitors to Never Leave Pets Unattended in a Vehicle The City of Palm Springs would like to encourage residents and visitors to never leave a pet unattended in a vehicle following the death of a dog over the weekend (Feb. 5) left alone in a vehicle for more than three hours with no air or water. Although the temperature was 70 degrees outside, the temperature

inside the vehicle was well over 86 degrees due to direct sunlight. “This is a tragic incident which we hope never occurs again,” said Police Chief Bryan Reyes, who notes that leaving a pet unattended in a vehicle is illegal in the City of Palm Springs. “I want to remind pet owners that

your vehicle can quickly reach a temperature that puts your animal at risk of serious illness and death, even on a day that does not seem hot to you… cracking a window makes no difference,” said Reyes. “Please don’t take that chance with your four-legged friend.” The owner of the dog was ar-

rested on charges of causing great bodily injury to an animal left in an unattended vehicle. The owner was booked at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning. The owner is scheduled to appear in Riverside County Superior Court on March 6.

The ‘Stars’ of a Special Pre-Oscar Evening is a Producer, a Screenwriter, a Director, a Critic and You Looking for the red carpet treatment without leaving the Coachella Valley? Join UCR Palm Desert from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21, for a spirited pre-Academy Awards event. The red carpet rolls out at 5:30 p.m. for the program. Attendees can view and discuss film clips for this year’s nominees, and learn about the Academy voting process.

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The party will also feature trivia, take-home ballots and, of course, snacks. Speakers include Palm Springs International Film Society Membership and Educational Programs director Nikki Gordon, along with producer/development executive John Schimmel, screenwriter Joshua Malkin, and writer/critic Tod Goldberg, all faculty from our

low-residency Master of Fine Arts program in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts. Last year this event was at capacity so, please RSVP by calling 760834-0800. UCR Palm Desert is located at 75080 Frank Sinatra Drive in Palm Desert. Parking for the event is free.


Riverside County Fair & National Trivia: How Well Do You Know Date Festival Returns Our Nation’s Great Leaders?

Save the date: the 71st Anniversary year of the Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival takes place Feb. 17-26. As always, included with the price of fair admission, is the headliner entertainment on the weekends at the Fantasy Springs Concert Pavilion. The Eli young Band will be performing at the Fair at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18. With three number one hits under their belt as well as a Grammy nomination and an Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year for their hit “Crazy Girl”. Voz de Mando will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19. The band made a name for itself with the self-released albums “Levantando la Vos” and “12 Impactos de Alto Calibre”. The early success led to a contract with Universal’s Latin music imprint Disa Records. In 2010, they made their major label debut with “Con la Nueva Federacion”. Cheap Trick will be performing at at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24. Cheap Trick is part of the very fiber of American music, inspiring and delighting generations with their unique union of massive melodies and razorblade riffs, their own special brand of mischievous wit and maximum rock ‘n’ roll. Frontlined since 1974 by Robin Zander, Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson, the Rockford, IL-born band is set to impact still another era with the spectacular new “Bang Zoom Crazy ... Hello”, their 17th studio collection and first in more than five years. WAR will take the stage at 7:30


p.m. on Friday, Feb. 25. WAR spoke out against racism, hunger, gangs, crimes and turf wars as they climbed the charts with hits such as, “Low Rider,” “Don’t Let No One Get You Down,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends?,” “The Cisco Kid” and “Slippin’ Into Darkness.” WAR’s global popularity is a tribute to the timelessness of its music and message. On the last day of the Fair, Sunday, Feb. 26, Super Fiesta will pack the house with excitement. Performing at 3 p.m. is Los Areyes La Sierra and Sonora Santanera. New in 2017 is Robosaurus and Jest In Time Circus. You won’t want to miss the world’s largest transformer will stun fairgoers with thirty tons of car-crushing, fire breathing, awe-inspiring entertainment on Sunday, Feb. 26. Families are sure to be delighted by the physical comedy and juggling acts of the Jest in time Circus daily. Back, and always a favorite are the hilarious and unpredictable Camel & Ostrich Races, the Marvelous Mutts, WGAS Monster Trucks and Demo Derby and the Nightly Musical Pageant.

Washington’s Birthday is the official name of the federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February, but many refer to it as Presidents’ Day. While some states continue to emphasize Washington for the occasion, others prefer to celebrate Abraham Lincoln, whose birthday was also in mid-February. Others yet reflect on all past presidents, honoring their collective contributions to the American people. No matter how your state approaches the observance, take some time before you head out for those Presidents’ Day sales to test your knowledge of past leaders with this quick quiz.

Chinese with his wife in the White House.

1. This president gambled and lost the White House china in a poker game.

9. The only president to be elected unanimously by the Electoral College.

2. He’s the only president to date who earned a doctorate.

10. Which four presidents have won the Nobel Peace Prize?

3. This president spoke Mandarin

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4. He founded the University of Virginia. 5. The only president to never marry. 6. The largest presidential feet belonged to this size-14-wearing president. 7. With 15 children, he was the most prolific president. 8. The first and only Hawaii-born president to date.

The Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival in Indio, runs Feb. 1726. Gates open at 10 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. Purchase tickets early and receive them at a discounted price: $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, $7 for youth, $7 for group tickets or bus tours (minimum of 25), and $22 for Unlimited Carnival Ride Wristbands. For more information, call 800-811-FAIR or visit where you can buy and print your Fair tickets at home.

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Serves: 4-6

Salad • 8 ounces day-old sourdough bread • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • kosher salt • 1 clove garlic • 1 cup roasted red bell peppers, sliced into 1/2-inch pieces • 1 1/2 cups yellow grape tomatoes, halved • 1/2 cup Nicoise or Kalamata olives, halved if large • 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil • 1/4 cup grated Asiago cheese • Balsamic Vinaigrette • 1 1/2 tablespoons golden balsamic vinegar • 1/4 teaspoon minced garlic • 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil • salt, to taste

Directions Heat grill or grill pan to medium heat. For salad: Cut bread into 1-inch thick slices. Brush both sides with olive oil and season with salt. Grill bread on both sides until toasted and grill marks are present. When bread is cool enough to handle, rub garlic clove on both sides. Cut into 1-inch cubes. In large bowl, combine bread, peppers, tomatoes, olives, basil and cheese. For balsamic vinaigrette: In small bowl, combine balsamic vinegar and garlic. Whisk in olive oil in slow stream until combined. Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Toss vinaigrette with salad and serve immediately. Garnish with additional fresh basil and grated cheese, if desired.

• pepper, to taste

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Neighborhood Park News: What’s New This Week Sparkling Waters, MHE By Mavis Beyer Sparkling Waters MHE held a “Nifty Fifty” breakfast on Saturday, Jan. 28 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the park’s operations. More than eighty residents enjoyed a continental breakfast of bagels and lox, sweet buns and fruit. Preparation for this event began approximately two years ago when dedicated residents poured through old photo albums and loose photos to organize and label pictures to develop a more current record of faces and events. That accomplished, interest turned to social club minutes from many years back and family journals. The hours spent perusing these documents provided many interesting facts which were used to develop five historical booklets. The booklets were: a timeline of important happenings throughout the years; an alphabetical listing of all residents who had ever lived in the park, a listing by space number of who had lived in which home over time, a collection of “Remember When” stories, and a survey composed of current residents stories of how they came to be at Sparkling Waters, their favorite activities and their hopes for the future of our park. This past year the “Quilt Club” ladies created a beautiful anniversary quilt in golds and browns to be raffled off at the breakfast. The morning of the breakfast, residents arrived to a hall decorated with gold ’50s and gold bows.


While everyone enjoyed their meal, “Remember When” stories were read out to much laughter, and a slide show ran on the TV of current photos of fun events. Anniversary T-shirts had been ordered by many residents, and were to be handed out at a later date. After breakfast awards were presented. “Builder Award – Certificates of Appreciation” were given to individuals who through the years had worked to build something that had a lasting impact for the park. The recipients were: Joe Murray, Richard Beyer, Eunice Bixler, Abe Lenker, Dan Seelye, Lothar Disser, Ray Kneeland, Carrie Alexander, and Doris Russell. Fun awards were also given. These recipients: Fran Edwards (oldest resident); Al and Bev Adams (longest term snowbird residents); Marilyn Hagemeyer (longest term permanent resident); Doug and Doris Russell (longest married); Frank and Dorothy Jellison (second longest married); Dennis and Denise Frohlick (snowbirds who travel the farthest). A highlight of the morning was the draw for the anniversary quilt. The winner was Diana Murray. As each person was leaving, they were presented with a beautiful crystal ornament from Poland as a remembrance keepsake.

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HOROSCOPE FEBRUARY 16 - 22 ARIES (March 21-April 19). The nature of love cannot be defined in one way that suits every person. Due to its intangible and mysterious qualities, it is impossible to love accurately. Strive instead to love fully.

entirely sure what you’re getting into, but there’s no question that you’re surely getting into it. As author and illustrator Lynda Barry observed, “Love is an exploding cigar we willingly smoke.”

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Love cannot be taught on a chalkboard or in a video series. Sure, one can pick up a few tips here and there, but the only true teacher is experience, as filtered through the heart.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The heart’s logic is multidimensional math, impossible to understand from but one plane of existence. It can’t be checked with a calculator, but don’t worry; if you feel that it adds up, it does.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). It’s not that you love but how you love that matters today. Your living example will kindle warmth and joy as well as inspire others to show love in action. CANCER (June 22-July 22). It’s easy to pour water from a pitcher to a jar. Filling a jar from an open fire hydrant is hard. Quantity and force come with containment challenges, just as your more passionate feelings do. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your sincere curiosity and pure desire to focus on others has you utterly unselfconscious, thereby confident — and, it follows, completely irresistible (though oblivious to the fact). VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). When you love someone, you want that person to have every good opportunity you’ve ever had and more. That’s why you’ll show affection by opening doors for another, literally and figuratively. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You may not be

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Laughter is a form of love you revel in now. It signals agreement. It signals an understanding of another person’s intelligence that goes deeper than usual. Your favorite people are the ones you laugh with. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Taking love slowly isn’t just for the very young and the very old. It’s also for those who care to soak in every detail, savor moments and weave a magical experience. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). There’s much you could do independently (with great ease) that you will instead choose to do with another (with great challenge) because it’s an interesting and fun bonding experience. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). For you, love is not about perfect agreement, or even occasional agreement. The best relationships won’t duplicate your qualities, opinions and skills so much as complement them.



1 Hits hard 6 Edison’s middle 10 In a sec 14 Words to live by 15 PM Golda 16 Hardly believable 17 Nametag word 18 Back to school supply #1 20 Tax shelter

53 Choose

26 Bordeaux product

56 Bando of baseball

27 Done, in Dijon

57 Besides

28 Comedy club night

58 ... #5

29 Bridle part

62 Dust Bowl-ers

33 Time-stamp anew

66 Justice’s garb

34 “Well!”

67 Gag reaction

35 Gold units

68 Bit of color

37 L-1011, e.g.

69 Catchall abbr.

38 Meet

70 Put down

40 Quiz

71 Bulrush, e.g.

41 Starting point


42 Goat’s cry 47 Writer Christie

1 Phooey!

48 Of a son

2 Dismiss

49 Chicago suburb

3 Zippo

51 Dolt

4 Ape

52 Genealogy

5 Campfire treat

53 Grimm beast

6 Rock blaster

54 Connive

36 Foreign dignitary

7 Author Harper

55 Big brass

37 Author Austen

8 Certain plastics

59 Moray, e.g.

38 Tuscan city

9 Poet’s land

39 ... #3

10 Everything

43 Nook book

11 Collars

44 Liquefy

12 “Typee” sequel

45 Acting Gardner

13 Counter call

46 Chart fill

19 D.D.E.

47 Flambé

21 Fragrant oil

49 Leave in

24 Ran on

50 ... #4

25 Should, informally

22 Shoot the breeze 23 Drunk 24 ... #2 30 Be a monarch 31 Blotto 32 Composer Satie

60 Sorority letter 61 Actress Dennings 63 Hoosier st. 64 ___ roll 65 “I told you so!”

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Eisenhower Live Healthy Seminar: Live Stress Free. Join Kiran Dintyala, MD, with Eisenhower Medical Center on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. at Mizell Senior Center for an in depth presentation on Live Stress Free! Learn hhow to de-stress and live a clamer, more fulfilling life! Stress accelerates aging, contributes to declining health, and can damage relationships, as well as a host of other problems. In this seminar, you will learn how to consider taking control of your life and improving your health - mind, body and spirit. Discover the PET systemfor Stress-Free Living and learn strategies for rebalancing your life and reclaiming a sense of peace-


fulness, joy and balance and create destiny in your dreams. During his presentation, Dr. Kiran Dintyala, founder of the Stress Free Revolution, will discuss his break-through system for alleviating and eliminating stress. There will be plenty of time for questions and answers during this presentation. The seminar is free. To reserve your seat, call 760-423-4855 or for additional information. The Mizelle Senior Center is located at 480 S. Sunrise Way in Palm Springs. For additional information visit or call 760-323-5689.

The Living Desert Announces its First Baby of 2017 The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens is thrilled to announce the birth of a jaguar cub, the newest addition to the zoo, born Jan. 26 to mother, Magia, and father, Memo. Animal care experts had been on maternity watch since early January, awaiting a possible birth. In preparation, the jaguar den was arranged in the off-exhibit area and was made complete with installation of a new jaguar cam. Staff have been able to closely monitor Magia and her cub’s development,

and now the public can join in the viewing too. The live jag cam can be viewed at Magia and the cub will be off-exhibit for a couple months; however, visitors to The Living Desert will see Memo on exhibit and receive cub updates during the daily 9:30 a.m. jaguar keeper chat. The Living Desert is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information visit or call 760-346-5694.

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Do You Remember What Happened This Week in History? February 16, 1923

In Thebes, Egypt, English archaeologist Howard Carter enters the sealed burial chamber of the ancient Egyptian ruler King Tutankhamen.

February 17, 1972

The 15,007,034th Volkswagen Beetle comes off the assembly line, breaking a world car production record held for more than four decades by the Ford Motor Company’s iconic Model T, which was in production from 1908 and 1927.

February 18, 2001

Dale Earnhardt Sr., considered one of the greatest drivers in National Association for Stock Car Auto Rac-

ing (NASCAR) history, dies at the age of 49 in a last-lap crash at the 43rd Daytona 500 in Daytona Beach, Florida. Earnhardt was driving his famous black No. 3 Chevrolet and vying for third place when he collided with another car, then crashed into a wall. After being cut from his car, Earnhardt, whose tough, aggressive driving style earned him the nickname “The Intimidator,” was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead of head injuries.

February 19, 1942

Ten weeks after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066, authorizing the removal of any or all people

from military areas “as deemed necessary or desirable.” The military in turn defined the entire West Coast, home to the majority of Americans of Japanese ancestry or citizenship, as a military area. By June, more than 110,000 Japanese Americans were relocated to remote internment camps built by the U.S. military in scattered locations around the country. For the next two and a half years, many of these Japanese Americans endured extremely difficult living conditions and poor treatment by their military guards.

February 20, 1962

John Hershel Glenn Jr. is successfully launched into space aboard the Friendship 7 spacecraft on the

first orbital flight by an American astronaut.

February 21, 1965

In New York City, Malcolm X, an African American nationalist and religious leader, is assassinated by rival Black Muslims while addressing his Organization of Afro-American Unity at the Audubon Ballroom in Washington Heights.

February 22, 1980

In one of the most dramatic upsets in Olympic history, the underdog U.S. hockey team, made up of college players, defeats the four-time defending gold-medal winning Soviet team at the XIII Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York.

Never Too Old For Love Talk about a May-December romance, a 106 year old Brazilian woman recently was engaged to her 66 year old nursing home boy-

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friend, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens. “I know it’s not going to happen but I would have loved to be able to wash Jaco’s

clothes, cook his meals and look after him like a wife,” Valda Rodrigues de Olivera said after the elderly sweethearts exchanged engagement rings.

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