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Holiday Entertainment Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3 – 4  Sipping, Drinking, Snacking and Stuffing . . . . A-8 – 15 How to Avoid Overeating – by Jennifer Lee, Ph.D.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-13 American Idol Jessica Sanchez Interview – by Serena Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-7 San Diego’s Pink Charity Events for Breast  Cancer Awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-19 – 23 100-Acre Bates Nut Farm’s Giant Big Mac  Pumpkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-5 Spooky Halloween Haunts and Thrills . . . . . . B-12 – 13 Local Discount Coupons . . . . A-3, A-11, A-15, B-2, B-10 Sports and Game Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . .B-4 – 5, B-14  Art and Theater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5 – 8, A-17 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-6 – 7, B-11 Fairs and Festivals. . . . . . . . . A-7 – 8, A-17 – 18, B-12 – 13 Fall Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-9, B14 – 15 Cirque du Soleil: Dralion – Win Tickets!. . . . . . . . . . A-6 Bates Nut Farm – Win a Family Getaway! . . . . . . . . .B-5 Disney on Ice Celebrating 100 Years – Win Tickets! . . . A-7 San Diego Zoo – Win Tickets! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-8 MCAS Miramar Air Show – Win Tickets! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-4 House of Blues San Diego – Win Tickets! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-6 Belly Up Tavern – Win Tickets! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-11 Credits: Front Cover Photo Model, Venue, Clothing, Photographer The front cover photo was taken on location at Bates Nut Farm in Valley Center www.batesnutfarm.biz by Dave Siccardi www.davesiccardi.com. Front cover model is Torri Santander from San Diego. Special thanks for the great clothes provided by Hansen Surf Shop on Hwy 101 in Encinitas www.hansensurf.com. Items are listed below: Skinny Jeans by Just USA = $37.95 White Inner Shirt by Lucky Brand = $39.50 Plaid Shirt by Quicksilver = $54.50 Moccasin Shoes by Reef = $60.00 Necklace by Lucky Brand = $44.95

California Center for the Arts Escondido Stomp – A Rhythmic Experience October 5- 6, 8pm Stomp – Explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, sexy, and utterly unique — an unforgettable experience for all audiences. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments – matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps – to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms. Year after year, audiences worldwide keep coming back for more of this pulse-pounding electrifying show. Not suitable for children under 3 years. Tickets start at $20. The Nutcracker – with San Diego Academy of Ballet November 30 - December 1, Fridays and Saturdays The Nutcracker – Celebrate your winter holidays with San Diego Academy of Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” and Tchaikovsky’s famous musical score. Join Clara, the Sugarplum Fairy, soldiers and mice, along with dancers from the Kingdom of the Sweets for our annual tradition.

Stars from American Ballet Theatre will perform lead roles. Tickets start at $17. The California Center for the Arts is located at 340 North Escondido Boulevard, Escondido. For more information call (760) 839-4138 or visit www.artcenter.org.

New Village Arts Theatre Same Time, Next Year – by Bernard Slade October 1-7 Same Time, Next Year—The fresh, touching, and hilariously funny story of lovers Doris and George, married—to other people—who meet by chance while on separate business trips in 1951. The pair vow to rendezvous each year in the same place, and end up finding a connection that transcends the initial spark of passion to span a quarter of a century’s worth of love, loss, joy, conflict, but ultimately a common ground that sustains their unique friendship. Same Time, Next Year is a delicious tryst about the complexities of human relationships and the phenomenon of love. Tickets start at $27.

Wait Until Dark – by Frederick Knott November 3-25 Wait Until Dark—A tense thriller, a first rate shocker. The lights go out in the theatre for this 1960’s classic thriller. Three thugs search for a doll stuffed with heroin in an unsuspecting blind woman’s New York City apartment. When she realizes what is going on, she has to use all her wits—and senses—to save her own life. Previews Oct. 26-Nov. 2, opens Nov. 3. The New Village Arts Theatre is located at 2787 State Street, Carlsbad. For more information call (760) 433-3245 or visit www.newvillagearts.org.

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Dralion – Cirque du Soleil at Valley View Casino Center We’re Giving Away Tickets! Cirque du Soleil is pleased to announce that Dralion will be performing in San Diego at Valley View Casino Center for seven performances. Fusing the 3,000 yearold tradition of Chinese acrobatic arts with the multidisciplinary approach of Cirque du Soleil, Dralion (pronounced “Dra-lee-on”) draws its inspiration from Eastern philosophy and its never-ending quest for harmony between humans and nature. The show’s name is derived from its two emblematic creatures: the dragon, symbolizing the East, and the lion, symbolizing the West. In Dralion, the four elements that govern the natural order take on a human form. Thus embodied, each element is represented by its own evocative color: air is blue; water is green; fire is red; earth is ochre. In the world of Dralion, cultures blend, Man and Nature are one, and balance is achieved. Opens November 14. Tickets start at $35, military, seniors and students $31.50. Valley View Casino

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Center is located at 3500 Sports Arena Blvd., San Diego. For more information call (800) 745-3000 or visit www.cirquedusoleil.com/dralion. We’re giving away a ton of tickets! Win a free pair of tickets to see the amazing Cirque du Soleil show Dralion at the Valley View Casino Center. It’s easy to enter. Just visit www.HotinNorthCounty.com and fill in the simple ticket giveaway form. Ticket winners will be randomly selected and notified by phone and email. Some restrictions apply. Only one entry per person is permitted to register. Best of luck! See you in November at Cirque du Soleil – Dralion!

The Old Globe Theatre Allegiance—A New American Musical October 1-21 Allegiance – A New American Musical is an epic story of family, love and patriotism set during the JapaneseAmerican internment of World War II. On the 60th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, a meeting with a young journalist forces WWII veteran Sam Kimura (television and film icon George Takei) to remember his family’s relocation from their California farm to the Heart Mountain internment camp. As they struggle to adjust to their new home, Young Sam (Broadway favorite Telly Leung) and his sister Kei (Tony Award winner Lea Salonga) find themselves torn between loyalty to their family and allegiance to their country. With its moving score, Allegiance takes audiences on a journey into our nation’s history through the eyes of one American family. Tickets start at $39. Good People—San Diego Premiere October 4-28 Good People—Margie Walsh doesn’t expect much from her hand-to-mouth existence in South Boston, where a few lucky rounds of bingo can mean the rent is paid on time. After losing her job at the local dollar store, Margie reaches out for help to an old high school flame who made it out of the neighborhood and discovers that not everyone wants to remember their humble beginnings. Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole) explores whether we can all have the American Dream in this funny and insightful new play. Previews until Oct. 3, opens Oct. 4. Free Insights Seminar Oct.1 at 7pm. Post-Show forums Oct. 9, 16, and 24. Tickets start at $29.

Measure for Measure— William Shakespeare November 10-18 Measure for Measure – The Bard spins his magic in this timeless tale of morality, justice and compassion. The Duke of Vienna has handed the reins of his government to Angelo, only to discover that Angelo’s rigid adherence to the law is tainted with hypocrisy. A young nobleman, Claudio, is sentenced to death for premarital relations with a woman to whom he is betrothed. His fate is thrust into the hands of his sister, Isabella, who now must choose between her brother’s life and her own salvation. Wickedly comic and strangely tender, Measure for Measure is one of Shakespeare’s most powerful plays. Opens Nov. 10. Tickets are $19 ($8 for USD students, $16 for students/military/seniors). How the Grinch Stole Christmas— A Dr. Seuss Musical Through December 29 How the Grinch Stole Christmas – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a wonderful, whimsical musical based upon the classic Dr. Seuss book. Back for its 15th incredible year, the family favorite features the songs “This Time of Year,” “Santa for a Day” and “Fah Who Doraze,” the delightful carol from the popular animated version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Celebrate the holidays as the Old Globe Theatre is once again transformed into the snowcovered Whoville, right down to the last can of Who-hash. Previews Nov. 17-22, opens Nov. 23. Tickets start at $24. The Old Globe Theatre is located at 1363 Old Globe Way, San Diego. For more information call (619) 234-5623 or visit www.TheOldGlobe.org.

Avo Playhouse and Moonlight Amphitheater Sweeney Todd—The Demon Barber of Fleet Street October 1-6 The rare instance of a musical thriller! Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s chilling, suspenseful, heart-pounding masterpiece of murderous barber-ism and culinary crime tells the infamous tale of the unjustly exiled barber who returns to 19th century London seeking revenge against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. His thirst for blood soon expands to include his unfortunate customers, and the resourceful proprietress of the pie shop downstairs soon has the people of London lining up in droves with her mysterious new meat pie recipe. Presented by Moonlight Stage Productions at the Moonlight Ampitheatre. Willy Wonka—A One-Act Book Musical October 5-13 Roald Dahl’s timeless story of the world-famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to life in this stage adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which features the songs from the classic family film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Featuring a memorable score by Leslie Bricusse  (Jekyll & Hyde,  Doctor Dolittle) and  Anthony Newley,  the story follows enigmatic candy manufacturer Willy Wonka as he stages a contest by hiding five golden tickets in five of his scrumptious candy bars. Whoever comes up with these tickets will win a free tour of the Wonka factory,

as well as a lifetime supply of candy. Four of the five winning children are insufferable brats: the fifth is a likeable young lad named Charlie Bucket who takes the tour in the company of his equally amiable grandfather. The children must learn to follow Mr. Wonka’s rules in the factory, or suffer the consequences. This scrumdidilyumptious musical is guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. Presented by Encore Youth Theatre. Opens October 5 at the Avo Playhouse. Disney’s The Little Mermaid—A Musical October 11-13 In a magical kingdom fathoms below, the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above. But first, she’ll have to defy her father King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula, and convince Prince Eric that she’s the girl with the enchanting voice. Adapted from Disney’s 2008 Broadway production, the show features the hit songs “Part of Your World,” “She’s in Love,” and the Oscar-winning “Under the Sea.” Presented by Premiere Productions. Opens October 11 at the Moonlight Amphitheater. Zombie Prom—Carlsbad Community Theatre November 2-4 Set in the fabulous 1950s, the show tells the tale of sweet teenage girl Toffee, and her “rebel without a cause” boyfriend, Jonny. The two meet at Enrico Fermi High School and

La Jolla Playhouse Glengarry Glen Ross—Pulitzer Prize Winning Play October 1-21 Glengarry Glen Ross—David Mamet’s scorching play about a group of desperate salesmen in a Chicago real estate office. When a contest pits the men against each other, they resort to manipulation, bribery and even theft to keep their jobs. The Darwinian struggle that ensues is a stinging indictment of a culture that rewards the strong, punishes the weak and values success above all else. Tickets start at $15. Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir— A Without Walls Presentation October 1-10 Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir—Luke Macfarlane transforms Martinis Above Fourth into a Greenwich Village nightclub in 1958—a decade before the Stonewall riots. The drinks and music flow as a young singer and his band take the stage for his last performance before leaving New York City for good. Featuring the songs of Cole Porter, Kurt Weill and George Gershwin, Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir showcases acclaimed actor Luke Macfarlane as he tells the poignant tale of a gay man looking for love in the wrong decade. Tickets start at $35. Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots— World Premiere Musical November 6 to December 16 Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots— Yoshimi is a young Japanese artist facing the battle of her life: the battle for her life. Adrift from her family and lover, Yoshimi journeys alone into a fantastical robotworld where she wages a war with fate. Will her will to survive be powerful enough to master the evil forces that threaten to destroy her? Inspired by the whimsical and psychedelic music of Wayne Coyne and The Flaming Lips, this world premiere musical integrates music from several albums (Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, The Soft Bulletin, At War with the Mystics) with Coyne and multiple Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff’s poignant, humanistic story about the triumph of love and optimism over the mystery of our own mortality. Tickets start at $20. The La Jolla Playhouse is located at 2910 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla. For more information call (858) 550-1010 or visit www.lajollaplayhouse.org. fall in love, but the tyrannical principal Miss Strict intervenes, persuading young Toffee to break up with Jonny. Tortured by the betrayal, Jonny drives his motorcycle to the nearby Nuclear Power Plant and flings himself into a nuclear cooling tower. Toffee mourns the loss of her love, until Jonny returns, risen from the dead, as a teenage nuclear zombie. Will Toffee take Jonny back now that he’s a corpse? Will Miss Strict let Jonny finish school? Will the Senior Prom be cancelled? It’s a campy, rollicking, romp through America’s atomic age from Dana P. Rowe and John Dempsey, the writers of The Witches Of Eastwick and The Fix. Opens November 2 at the Avo Playhouse. The Moonlight Amphitheater is located at 1200 Vale Terrace Dr. and the Avo Playhouse at 303 Main St, Vista. For more information call (760) 724-2110 or visit www.moonlightstage.com.


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Disney on Ice–Celebrating 100 Years of Magic We’re Giving Away Tickets! Oct. 10-14 More than 60 of Disney’s captivating characters and their unforgettable stories come to life in this commemorative celebration, produced by Feld Entertainment. In this lavish ice show, everyone’s favorite sweethearts, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, take audiences on a fun-filled adventure, sharing memories with Disney friends including Goofy, Donald Duck, the beloved Disney Princesses, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio, Mulan, Timon, Pumbaa, Stitch, Nemo, the Incredibles and many more! Beautifully choreographed skating, breathtaking production numbers, stunning costumes and toe-tapping

songs will inspire fond Disney memories. Families can share this once-in-a-lifetime skating spectacular as Mickey and the rest of the gang take the audience on a whirlwind tour of favorite Disney moments. Opens October 10 at the Valley View Casino Center (formerly San Diego Sports Arena). Tickets start at $17. Valley View Casino Center is located at 3500 Sports Arena Blvd., San Diego. For more information call (800) 745-3000 or visit www.disneyonice.com. Win free Tickets! It’s easy to win a free pair of tickets to Disney on Ice! Just visit www.HotinNorthCounty.com and fill in the simple ticket giveaway form. Ticket winners will be randomly selected and notified by phone and email. Some restrictions apply. Only one entry per person is permitted to register. Best of luck! See you soon at Disney on Ice—Celebrating 100 Years of Magic at the Valley View Casino Center.

San Diego Kids Expo & Fair: Music & Fun For All Ages at the Del Mar Fairgrounds

San Diego Civic Shows Jekyll and Hyde October 2-7 Jekyll and Hyde—American Idol star and Tony® Award nominee Maroulis injects new life into the classic tale of good and evil in the dual title role of Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr. Edward Hyde. After four thrilling, chilling years on Broadway and multiple world-wide tours, this dark and dangerous love story from Tony and Grammy Award® nominee Frank Wildhorn returns in a stunning new production that includes all the classic songs This is the Moment, A New Life and Someone Like You, that first grabbed audiences by the throat and transformed Jekyll and Hyde into a theatrical phenomenon. At the Civic Theatre. For mature audiences. Tickets start at $22. So You Think You Can Dance—Live in San Diego October 23 America’s favorite summer television series, So You Think You Can Dance, has kept viewers amazed and inspired as talented dancers skilled in everything from Hip Hop, Krumping and Popping to Salsa, Quickstep and Jive compete to be named America’s favorite dancer. Now the show comes LIVE to San Diego with featured performers and winners from previous seasons! Run time to be determined. At Civic Theatre. Tickets start at $39. Dracula – The Ballet October 27-28 Dracula—Choreographed for California Ballet by Charles Bennett to an original composite score of music. Since its premiere in 1987, Dracula has received critical acclaim and audience approval. Castles and wolves, bats and vampires are brought to life as the struggle between the forces of good and evil is revealed. This production’s unique combination of seductive drama intertwined with movement will mesmerize audience members through its shattering conclusion. Performed to pre-recorded music. Opens Oct. 27 at the Civic Theatre. Tickets start at $30. Peter Pan November 13-18 Peter Pan—Tony Award® nominee Cathy Rigby takes flight in an all new production of Peter Pan! Discover the magic all over again of this two time Emmy® Award winning and two time Tony Award® nominated production. The New York Times says “Rigby still carries off the flights, fights and acrobatics that make Peter Pan audiences mesmerized.” Peter Pan is filled with timeless magical moments and a captivating “hook.” The legend you thought you knew is now the adventure you never dreamed possible. Family friendly. Civic Theatre. The Civic Theatre is located at 1100 Third Avenue @ B Street, San Diego. For more information call (619) 570-1100 or visit www.sandiegotheatres.org.

Oct. 20-21, 10am-5pm Live music on five stages, America’s largest inflatable slide, along with guest appearances from pro-ball players and race car drivers are just a few of many spectacular features at the inaugural San Diego Kids Expo & Fair, October 20-21 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. A whopping 10,000 people are expected to attend. San Diego Kids Expo & Fair showcases fun themed interactive features that everyone in the family can enjoy. In the toddler area, babies will be racing (or crawling) to the finish line and in another; young kids will be rock climbing and riding in small jeeps. All of this while young teens are enjoying lazer tag and playing in the batting cages while local youth groups come alive on stage performing music, cheering, dancing and singing. Parents aren’t forgotten in this event either. The expo will also showcase 175-200 exhibit booths featuring toys and games, sports and fitness, learning devices, safety products, health and nutrition, horticulture and natural products, activity equipment, camps and more for every age and child, making it an incredible weekend outing for families. Activities also include video game trailers, obstacle course, tumble gym bus, fishing pool, face painting, panning for gold, laser tag, sports-related activities and more. There will also be fun informative classes such as Cooking Healthy with Kids by Cooking 4 Life, Fun Hair by Funky

Birch North Park Theatre Seriously! Live Stand Up Comedy Shows Presents: Footloose – Only $10 At Joeys A Movie Musical October 1-14 Footloose—San Diego Musical Theatre presents Footloose. One of the most explosive movie musicals in recent memory bursts onto the live stage with exhilarating results. This heartfelt story of a father longing for the son he lost and of a young man aching for the father who walked out on him. To the rockin’ rhythm of its Oscar and Tony-nominated top 40 score (the soundtrack album reached number one on the Billboard charts and has sold over 15 million copies!) and augmented with dynamic new songs for the stage musical, Footloose celebrates the wisdom of listening to young people, guiding them with a warm heart and an open mind. Tickets start at $26. The Birch North Park Theatre is located at 2891 University Avenue, San Diego. For more information call (858) 560-5740 or visit www.sdmt.org.

North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents: Words By October 17 to November 11 Words By – A new musical. Ira Gershwin (the lyricist brother of the famous Gershwin duo) takes us on a guided tour through some of the greatest songs ever written, featuring not only classics Ira created with his brother George, but also gems Ira crafted with composers Harold Arlen, Vernon Duke, Jerome Kern and Kurt Weill. Insights into the relative-

Hair, Safety class by Fin2Swim and Tooth Keri by The Super Dentist, and more. Incredible live music includes The Real Rock & Roll Allstars, Tyler Matl, a 17-year-old signed country star, Alison Elise and James Ryan, 13-year-old performers from Point Loma and Andrew James, an 11-year-old rock ‘n roll performer from North County. Superstar appearances include Conor de Phillipi, an Indy race car driver and magician, Joe Mystic. A portion of the event’s proceeds will go to Stock and Foil Community Development Corporation, a nonprofit that raises funds to support local children’s music and sports programs. The funds raised will also go to support local school athletic and music scholarships and programs. Producers of the show, Paper Crown, Inc., were approached by Eventmasters, a 16-year-old San Diegobased expo event company, with an opportunity to bring back the greatest and largest kids expo in San Diego. Monica and Gus Giobbi, founders of the successful and original Parent & Child Expo since 1994, have partnered with Paper Crown, Inc. to present the new San Diego Kids Expo & Fair. Major sponsors are the Ramada Inn San Diego Airport, Super Dentists and Fast Fix Jewelry Repair. Tickets are $6 for adults and children 12 and under get in for free. For more information, visit www.sandiegokidsexpo.com or call (619) 269-9441.

ly private and understated life of Ira and tales of the more colorful George drive this amazing and beautiful musical. Previews Oct. 17-19, opens Oct. 20. Tickets start at $47. The North Coast Rep Theatre is located at 987D Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach. For more information call (858) 481-1055 or visit www.northcoastrep.org

Now Offering 17 Craft Beers On Tap Are you looking for some great comedy in North County? Doc’s Saloon is the only regularly scheduled Comedy Club in North County. Comedy prevails every 1st and 3rd Friday night starting at 8:30 PM. Each night Doc’s Saloon proudly presents three great comedians plus a headliner. Their comedians have appeared on Jay Leno, David Letterman, HBO and at many famous comedy clubs and venues throughout the country. No kidding, for only $10 it’s the best deal in San Diego County! Searchin’ for some good eats? Joey’s Smokin’ BBQ provides some of the best barbeque west of the Mississippi. And, for all you beer aficionados, Doc’s Saloon has just become an Ale House offering 17 craft beers on tap. Come and sip or slosh down some of the finest tasting beer around. Joey’s Smokin BBQ and Doc’s Saloon is located at 6955 El Camino Real, (within walking distance to the La Costa Resort and Park Hyatt Aviara Resort) Carlsbad, 92009. Call (760) 929-1396 or visit www.joeyssmokinbbqdocssaloon.com.


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San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival Nov 14-18 Join culinary rock stars, master sommeliers, and legendary winemakers for a culinary love fest as one of the nation’s most talked about culinary classics returns November 14-18. The San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival features 200 wineries, breweries and spirits from around the globe, 70 of San Diego’s favorite chefs and restaurants, and 25 city-wide events for a luxury wine and food experience of epic proportions. Kicking off November 14, the weeklong culinary celebration includes a series of wine tasting seminars, cooking classes, wine pairing dinners featuring the city’s top trendsetting chefs and restaurants, the Grand Tasting and $50,000 “Chef of the Fest” Competition, and Wine Spectator Celebrity Chef Luncheon and Live Auction. This year’s event roster features a new schedule, including Uncorked Launch Party, a limited ticket option for those who want a sneak peak into the official Festival kickoff party where ticket-goers have the opportunity to mix and mingle with local celebrity chefs; SWISH: Serious Sips and Urban Eats, an urban wine tasting at 57 Degrees wine bar that features up to 25 of the edgiest wineries and breweries and a food truck block party with San Diego’s hottest meals on wheels; and The Vault: Reserve Wine Experience and Silent Auction, an elegant tasting for collectors of fine wine featuring 160 wineries and spirits, in addition to a silent auction featuring amazing wine lots. In addition, each year the Festival introduces a new line-up of wine tasting seminars and cooking classes, introducing today’s trendiest topics in the wine and food realm. Highlights include the “8 Decades of Barolo & Italian Luncheon,” a tasting experience of Barolo wines from eight decades of the 20th century expertly paired with Italian dishes by Chef Suzette Gresham and Celebrating Julia: Past & Present, a tribute class for Julia Child, where celebrity chefs Katsuya Fukushima and RJ Cooper show-

case a “then and now” comparative French tasting menu. Additionally, The Food Network’s Hearty Boys return to the Festival with their class, Classic Cocktails & Salty Snacks, featuring instruction on how to make finger friendly foods, salty snacks and cocktails from their new book “The New Old Bar”. The Festival’s line-up of culinary superstars includes James Beard Award-winning Chef Roy Yamaguchi of Roy’s, cookbook author and James Beard Award-winning Chef Gale Gand of Tru, Chef Gavin Kaysen of Daniel Boulud’s New York City restaurant Cafe Boulud, “The Next Food Network Star” winners The Hearty Boys, Chef James Campbell Caruso of La Boca in Santa Fe, Chef Suzette Gresham of Acquerello in San Francisco, Chef Katsuya Fukushima of Daikaya in Washington, D.C., Chef Sarah Gruenberg of Spiaggia in Chicago, former “Top Chef” contestants Chef Lindsay Autry, Chef Mike Isabella of Graffiato in Washington, D.C., Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia in Louisville, and local celebrity personalities Chef Brian Malarkey of Searsucker, Chef Paul McCabe of Delicias, Chef Bernard Guillas of The Marine Room, Chef Matt Gordon of Urban Solace, Chef Jon Sloan of Roy’s and many more. For more details and to purchase tickets, visit www.sandiegowineclassic.com.

Tip Top Meats Presents the 30th Annual Carlsbad Rotary Oktoberfest at Holiday Park October 6, 12-10pm Get out your lederhosen! The Carlsbad Rotary Oktoberfest, a fall tradition of feasting, fun and fundraising, will mark its 30thth anniversary this year. The free event, scheduled from 12pm to 10pm on Saturday, October 6, at Holiday Park, will bring thousands of people together to enjoy German food, beer, live music, a yodeling contest, and a variety of entertainment for adults and children. Holiday Park is located between Tamarack Avenue and Carlsbad Village Drive just off the I-5 Freeway in Carlsbad. John Haedrich’s world famous Tip Top Meats will be providing a traditional German sausage dinner from noon until 8pm for $10 a plate. The Carlsbad Danish bakery will be providing amazing apple strudel, and other vendors will provide a wide selection of great food, drinks and snacks. In addition to the traditional Budweiser and Beck’s Oktoberfest blend beers, a new beer will be added this year—an IPA from Oceanside Ale Works, which will be brewed specifically for this event.

Live music will be played continuously this year, along with music from The Pacific Coast Community Band and dance music provided by The Bluebirds German Band. Live, classic rock and roll will be performed by The Last Call. A pumpkin patch, moon jumps, clowns, face painting and caricaturists will keep all the little ones (and their parents!) entertained. The 30th Annual Carlsbad Rotary Oktoberfest is sponsored by Tip Top Meats, Hoehn Carlsbad, Time Warner Cable, and the two Carlsbad Rotarys. For more information visit www.rotaryoktoberfest.org.

Vigilucci’s Celebrates 10 Years with Wine and Dine For A Cause Oct. 23, 24, 25 In honor of their 10-year anniversary the Vigilucci Restaurant Group will be holding a series of dine out days with the hopes of raising money necessary to help the organization Cancer Angels of San Diego. Wine and Dine For A Cause was an idea that came about out of a desire to give back to a community that has shown so much patronage and support over the years. Founded in 2007, Cancer Angels of San Diego helps individuals living in this county who have been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer and are experiencing financial difficulties in meeting basic living expenses due to the extraordinary cost of their treatments, and most often, their inability to work due to their illness. Day

after day, they receive calls from newly‑diagnosed cancer patients seeking financial help through their patient programs. With your donations, they can answer their calls with a “Yes we can help!”, instead of placing them a waiting list. Wine And Dine For A Cause is being held October 23, 24 and 25 for lunch and dinner at all Vigilucci’s Locations from Carlsbad to Coronado. Mention this event and 10% of proceeds will go to The Cancer Angles of San Diego. For more information or a list of locations visit www.Vigiluccis. com. If you would like more info about The Cancer Angels please visit www.cancerangelsofsandiego.org.

Taste & Art Stroll in Del Mar October 7, Sunday, 10am-5pm The Del Mar Village Association and City of Del Mar present the annual Taste & Art Stroll in Del Mar. Held this year on Sunday, October 7, along Camino Del Mar/ Pacific Coast Highway 101 starting at 15th Street, the event opens at 10am with a free art stroll where talented local and regional juried artists exhibit their work. Live music, a children’s interactive art area and a dog stroll are also offered. During the afternoon, between 1pm and 4pm, irresistible culinary creations are presented by a number of fine restaurants. Taste participants are able to vote for the “Tastiest Taste” at the Ranch and Coast booth. Taste Tickets are $25 before the event and $30 on event day.

San Dieguito Interfaith Ministerial Association Celebrates It’s 24th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Eve Service November 21, Wed, 7pm On Wednesday, November 21 at 7pm, Temple Solel hosts the 24rd  annual Thanksgiving Eve Celebration sponsored  by the San Dieguito Interfaith Ministerial Association. This popular community event includes words and music from many different faiths as well as the famous Interfaith Choir. There will be representatives from many types of faiths, temples and churches giving words of encouragement and thanks. It’s truly an uplifting and wonderful evening. Everyone is invited. Attendees are encouraged to bring and donate a homemade pie for a delicious and fun social time after the service. Please call to confirm that the event will be held at Temple Solel again this year. Temple Solel is located at  3575 Manchester Ave., Cardiff by the Sea at the corner of Manchester and El Camino Real. For more information call Temple Solel at (760) 436-0654.

Apple Days Festival and Apple Harvest in Julian October 6 - 7, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-5pm Revel in the fall foliage and delight in succulent apples during the Julian Apple Harvest from now through November, when Julian celebrates the award-winning apples that helped it prosper after a short-lived gold rush in the late 1800s. Located only 45 minutes northeast of us, this charming and historic mountain town offers homemade apple pie, apple cider, art shows and entertainment during this favorite time of year. Come experience the Apple Harvest any time this fall for a free family day-trip. The highlight of the harvest is the Apple Days Festival, a two-day celebration on October 6 and 7 at Menghini Winery, which features apple displays, music and dancing, an antique tractor display, children’s games and activities, gold panning demonstrations, a beer and wine garden, food and merchandise vendors, contests, and, of course, apple pie. The admission is $5 for adults with children 12 and under free of charge. The first 250 people through the gate (paid admission only) each day receive a free pie server. Julian offers a San Diego day trip or weekend getaway with a scenic countryside setting, stunning Victorian architecture, century-old stores, romantic B&Bs and other well-preserved landmark reminders of its colorful past. For more information, visit www.julianca.com.


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SIPPING, DRINKING, SNACKING AND STUFFING the reason for greeting my very dear customers this way.” Owner, Roberto Vigilucci, asked Vittorio to open his now famed Seafood and Steakhouse on Carlsbad Boulevard, across the street from Carlsbad Beach, 10 years ago, and Vittorio has been there ever since. Vittorio Homberger’s passion and enthusiasm trickle down from the top to the chef, prep cooks, bartenders, food servers to the dishwashers. “Everyone is proud to be working here and all are considered family.” Now the family wants to show how grateful they are by giving back to the community and by giving to a wonderful San Diego based charity, from October 23 to 25. Vigilucci’s, one of the finest seafood and steakhouses in all of San Diego, wants to say “Thank you North County” and invites everyone to join them at their Carlsbad Steakhouse for its 10 Year Anniversary on Thursday, October 25. Dinner will be served from 6-9. Enjoy a complimentary champagne toast and petite Tiramisu with your entrée. 10% of pro-

ceeds will be donated to the Cancer Angels of San Diego. Reservations are recommended. Also, from October 23 to 25, visit any of Vigilucci’s six locations for lunch or dinner, to celebrate their anniversary, and 10% of proceeds will also be donated to Cancer Angels of San Diego. Vigilucci’s locations include: Cucina Italiana, Seafood and Steakhouse, Ristorante Coronado, Trattoria Italiana, Ristorante La Jolla, and Robbie’s. This holiday season let the Vigilucci’s Restaurant Group plan and host your special evening or event. Visit their website for a list of all of their upcoming events and special prix fixe menus and specials. Holiday Gift Cards are now available. Vigilucci’s Restaurant Group would like to extend their warm wishes for the holiday season and gratitude to all of their customers for their continued support. Vigilucci’s Seafood & Steakhouse is located at 3878 Carlsbad Boulevard, Carlsbad 92008. Call (760) 434-2580 or visit www.vigiluccis.com.

This is one of the best places around to hold your business holiday party, family celebration, or private affair.

Pacifica Del Mar offers five distinct event venues: 1) Private Reserve—is a state-of-the-art private dining and presentation space great for corporate parties from 54 to 75 guests. 2) Breeze Café—is a heated outdoor covered patio with stunning ocean view sunsets. Accommodates 72 to 85 guests. 3) Wine Room – is an intimate room displaying hundreds of fine vintage wines and will comfortably accommodate 12 guests. 4) Pacifica’s Patio – is perfect for casual fine dining parties up to 120 guests. The patio overlooks Old Del Mar with spectacular Pacific Ocean views. 5) The Gallery – is an interior portion at the end of the Ocean Bar. It has lively special effects lighting with a Pacific Ocean backdrop. It’s perfect for up to 60 guests. Open everyday, including Thanksgiving Day, 12-9pm with a special prix fixe menu, and the day after Thanksgiving,

Pacifica Del Mar offers breathtaking ocean views and a recently completed half-million dollar renovation. The Ocean Bar and restaurant is one of North County’s gems and a local gathering place, where high style and Del Mar culture come together for lovely libations and exquisite cuisine. They are recipients of the Gold Medallion for “Best Seafood Dining in San Diego,” and Wine Spectator’s “Award of Excellence.” Happy Hour is nightly from 4-6:30pm and all night long on Mondays and Tuesdays. Holiday Gift Cards are now available where you can receive free gift certificates and earn and redeem points! Pacifica Del Mar and Breeze Café are located at 1555 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar 92014. Call (858) 792-0476 or visit www.pacificadelmar.com.

Prime Cut Grill

Cut Grill just opened their newest location in San Marcos, next to Starbucks across the street from Cal State San Marcos. If you are hungry and thirsty and looking for Quality Certified Angus Burgers for $5 or $6 or an all-youcan-eat salad bar for only $6, and a full bar with happy hour specials with an NFL Sunday Ticket and sports on TV, this is the place to be! Prime Cut Grill’s burgers are huge and the real deal. You can really taste the difference. We highly recommend the Prime Cut $6 South of The Border Burger with guacamole and chipotle sauce with crispy jalapenos. It comes with a side of baked beans. Their BBQ Tri-Tip sandwich also comes with a side of baked beans. This $7 hand carved tri-tip is delicious and is served on a grilled

French roll. Prime Cut offers Certified Angus Beef Steaks including Filet Mignon, Ribeye, Tri-Tip and Top Sirloin. They also serve fresh grilled Atlantic Salmon, Pastas, salads, sandwiches, Saturday and Sunday brunches, great desserts, a fine Happy Hour menu with $1 off draft beers, wine and well drinks, and a variety of Happy Hour food selections every day of the week. Prime Cut Grill is located at 344 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd. San Marcos, 92078 (on the corner of Discovery and South Twin Oaks Blvd, (in the Ralphs shopping center). Call (760) 744-0509 or visit www.primecutgrill.com.

Kasi

A really great Indian restaurant has opened in Bressi Ranch in Carlsbad, called Kasi [pronounced kah-shee]. Kasi is a delicious, healthy, no frills Indian restaurant in the heart of Bressi Ranch. It’s literally, “fresh, fast, and Indian.” The Indian cuisine is not only delicious and nutritious it’s very well priced. We highly recommend their Chicken Tikka Masala, which we are told is their best seller. The chicken is a marinated chicken breast in Masala sauce. Order it served in a bowl over Basmati rice for only $6. A side of naan is only 95 cents, and soft drinks are under $2. Combo Plates for $8 include any two items with Basmati or salad. Tandoori Platters are $10 and include Tandoori Chicken with Basmati rice, salad, daal, and naan. You can

also order other dishes including Chicken Curry, Chicken Saag, Shrimp Tikka Masala, Shrimp Saag, Daal, Saag Paneer and more. Happy Hour is offered daily from 3-6pm. They have Stella and Heineken for only $1.89. Don’t forget to save some room for desert. Kasi proudly serves Vijay’s Cheesecakes. They’re small in size and cost $3.50, but every bite of their all-natural mango, pistachio or classic cheesecake is absolutely divine. This is a great item to stock up on for holiday parties. Catering starts at $11 per person. Kasi is located at 2675 Gateway Road (Bressi Ranch Village Center), Carlsbad 92009. Call (760) 602-6299 or email customerservice@kasifoods.com.

with several new dishes, with a focus on comforting flavors and the freshest ingredients. St. Germain’s customers are also privy to their unique “Lady Chef Series,” which features a quarterly guest chef’s dinner menu for a onemonth period. In November, Alvanette Kauwalu, Personal Chef and Owner/Executive Chef of Hawaii’s Island Eatery will be collaborating with Chef Kaitlin. Chef Kauwalu specializes and enjoys cooking Hawaiian, Pacific Rim, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine. Established in 1976, St. Germain’s Bistro & Cafe is the epitome of classic Encinitas. Located on historic Highway 101 in Encinitas, this classic restaurant is just steps away from world-famous beaches and surf spots. Over the years, St. Germain’s Bistro has truly earned its place as a favorite locals treasure. Enjoy breakfast (served until 3pm)

and lunch, and dinner in their inviting dining room or on their spacious outdoor heated patio, which is perfect for autumn days and evenings. St Germain’s philosophy combines local, seasonal and handmade ingredients. They simply love food and love making it and sharing it with everyone. They work closely with their food purveyor to incorporate the freshest local and regional ingredients that produce memorable flavors, which bring customers back again and again. During the holiday months, St. Germain’s Bistro and Café will be featuring an extended Happy Hour from 3 to 7pm, Wednesday through Saturday. St. Germain’s Bistro & Café is located at 1010 S. Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas 92024. Call (760) 753-5411 or visit www.stgermainscafe.com

Vigilucci’s Seafood & Steakhouse The words flow, like a fine rosé, “Welcome back home.” This is how affable, General Manager, Vittorio Homberger, always welcomes his returning guests at Vigilucci’s Seafood & Steakhouse. Says Vittorio, “For me, this is my home away from home. I’m here more than at my own house. This is

Pacifica Del Mar and Breeze Café

Students, faculty, families, friends and neighbors, Prime

St. Germain’s Bistro & Café This holiday season, St Germain’s Executive Chef Kaitlin Ramos has created a menu combining long-time favorites


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Wine & Dine for a Cause October 23, 24 & 25, 2012

In honor of our anniversary, join us at any of our six locations for lunch or dinner and we will donate 10% of proceeds to the Cancer Angels of San Diego. Show or mention this ad when placing your order. For more information on how you can help, visit cancerangelsofsandiego.org

Vigilucci’s Seafood & Steakhouse | 760.434.2580 • Vigilucci’s Cucina Italiana | 760.434.2500 Vigilucci’s Ristorante & Pizzeria | 760.634.6753 • Robbie’s | 760.634.2365 Vigilucci’s Trattoria Italiana | 760.942.7332 • Vigilucci’s Ristorante Coronado | 619.522.0946

Vigilucci’s Steakhouse 10th Anniversary | Thursday, October 25th

Join us for dinner 6–9 pm at Vigilucci’s Seafood & Steakhouse in Carlsbad and enjoy a complimentary champagne toast and petite Tiramisu with your entrée. Reservations recommended. Thank you North County!

View our menus at vigiluccis.com

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SIPPING, DRINKING, SNACKING AND STUFFING

Tip Top Meats If it’s traditional turkey dinner you want, you will love Tip Tops fresh, direct-from-the-farm, hormone-free all natural Diestel Turkeys. You can order these either fresh, frozen, or traditionally cooked or smoked in one of their

Ignite Bistro & Wine Spot

Ignite is a great place to meet friends and family, impress

Leucadia Sushi Bar

Leucadia Sushi Bar offers the best prices and finest quality sushi in all of North County. The owners, Japan-born Toshi and Kayoko Takami, work hard everyday to satisfy

Carlsbad Ranch Market

If you want to impress everyone at your family get-

The Broken Yolk Cafe

The Broken Yolk Café is one of the most popular breakfast and lunch restaurants in San Diego and there’s a pretty good reason for this. They provide great food, great service, and great prices. Consistency in their food and

twelve ovens! If you want Tip Top to cook the turkey for you, then please don’t wait and order yours well ahead. And just for the holidays, you can also pick up their delicious cranberry sauce, stuffing and all the trimmings. Are you looking for something really special? Try Tip Top’s famous fancy Cajun Turkduckn. It’s 15-18 lbs of boneless turkey stuffed with veal patte, croutons, wild rice, 1/2 boneless duck, boneless chicken breast and thighs with select spices. It’s absolutely delicious! Don’t want to cook for Thanksgiving? Stop in Thanksgiving Day and try their wonderful Thanksgiving dinner, complete with all the trimmings! Dinners will be served on Thanksgiving Day from 1:30 pm and cost is only $10.98. Tip Top Meats, European-style delicatessen and butcher shop in Carlsbad has been providing the very best meats and poultry for North County residents since 1967. Tip Top Meats is by far the best value, best service, butcher

shop, German-style delicatessen, and European Market in North County. Stock up for your holiday family gatherings, corporate events, or just for everyday shopping. Select the best from a wide assortment of sausages for your Octoberfest celebration, or all-natural Diestel Turkey or the finest steaks for Thanksgiving. For 44 years Tip Top has been serving North County the freshest and tastiest meats and specializing in the most extensive variety of handmade sausage in San Diego County. This year owner John Haedrich received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce. Try the Big John Breakfast, the Big John Burger, and, of course, their famous Steak and Stein dinner consisting of a huge steak served with vegetables, potato, kraut, bread, salad and a stein of beer from $10.98. When family and visitors come into town, impress them by treating them to Tip Top Meats! They’re located at 6118 Paseo Del Norte, Carlsbad 92011. Call (760) 438-2620 www.tiptopmeats.com.

a client or a date, or just hang out, relax and dine. There isn’t a bad seat in the house inside or outside on their beautifully designed and decorated Spanish-style patio garden. The patio has an outside bar and fireplace. On Sundays, catch their NFL Sunday Ticket and watch all your favorite games all day, with full sound, and enjoy their $3-$5 drink specials. Clip their coupon from our coupon pages and get $10 off your purchase of $30 or more! Located in La Costa, overlooking La Costa Green’s expansive rolling hills, Ignite Bistro and Wine Spot is one of North County’s exciting new hangouts. They have finally put all their finishing touches in place and now offer an extensive wine collection to accompany their delectable appetizers, entrees and popular wood-fired, hand crafted Neopolitan-style pizza. Other offerings include siz-

zling juicy burgers, fresh local seafood, and tender choice steaks. Uncork, drink and enjoy from a large selection of domestic or imported wines at retail bottle prices. You can also purchase a bottle and take it home. Buy any bottle $19 or more and get a free pizza (after 9pm). Happy Hour is Mon-Fri from 3-6pm and offers $3 or $5 drink specials as well as food specials. They have a late night Happy Hour Thurs-Sat from 9pm to closing. Weekend Saturday and Sunday Brunch with bottomless Mimosas are only $14.95 per person. They now have a DJ on Friday nights and live music on Saturday nights. Ignite Bistro & Wine Spot is located at 6996 El Camino Real, Carlsbad 92011. Call 760-438-7800 or visit www. ignitecarlsbad.com.

their many loyal customers and have created one of the best sushi restaurants in the area when it comes to quality, freshness, taste and value. Leucadia Sushi Bar is now offering their magnificent Happy Hour with extended hours nightly from 5pm to 7:30pm! On Tuesdays, it’s Happy Hour All Day! Happy Hour includes $2 Sapporo beer, $2 ice cold sake, $2 glass of wine, and 20% off appetizers including gyoza, chicken teriyaki, shrimp and vegetable tempura, and a wide selection of their famous nigiri sushi, sushi rolls, and specialty rolls! Looking for something tasty and different? Try their delicious Octopus Balls [Takoyaki]. Takoyaki are popular in Japan and go great with Japanese beer. Another one of Toshi’s famous creations is his amazing Sushi Burrito. This large Sushi Burrito is made of spicy tuna, shrimp tempura, crab, and fried onion and comes with a special soy sesame pepper sauce, all wrapped in soy paper. Another item not

to be missed is Toshi’s special Ninja Roll. The Ninja Roll is made with rice and shrimp tempura inside. It’s topped with eel, tuna, crab and crunchy tempura, with a sweet eel and spicy mayo sauce. Also, try Toshi’s Edomae (Tokyo) style of nigiri sushi such as his Aburi Salmon, Aburi Albacore, and his famous Chilean Sea Bass. Very tasty! Perhaps one of the tastiest rolls ever is Toshi’s Tempura Onion Roll. This roll will make your taste buds go wild! Chef Toshi prepares his sushi art for all to see and places small delectable plates on a high-tech, refrigerated conveyor belt so the customer can view and choose from many types of sushi. The Japanese term for this type of sushi service is called “kuru-kuru” sushi. This is the only kuru-kuru sushi bar in Sam Diego North County. Leucadia Sushi Bar is open six days a week and closed on Mondays; located at 996 N. Coast Hwy 101, Leucadia 92024. Call (760) 635-9312 www.leucadiasushibar.com.

together or your company’s holiday party, Carlsbad Ranch Market is the place to stock up on your special holiday and everyday shopping needs. This time of the season, Carlsbad Ranch Market has a wide assortment of apples, persimmons, figs, end-of-season sweet California corn, locally grown heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins and winter squash. A very popular item is their San Marzano canned tomatoes for only $3.79. And, they have a really great selection of hard to find Lithuanian food products. We highly recommend their daily homemade, Mexican Tortilla Dip, Guacamole Dip, and Salsas along with their huge assortment of locally made Tortilla Chips. This is the place to get your fresh Julian Pies. Because these pies are always fresh baked without preservatives, you just can’t

buy them anywhere; they are a real San Diego treasure. Carlsbad Ranch market usually offers their Julian Pies $1-2 less than most grocery stores. Carlsbad Ranch Market is an indoor fruit and vegetable stand and much more. There isn’t a salad bar around that compares to the price and selection of their hot and cold salad bar. Daily made delicious soups, tortilla pie, lasagna, pastas, rice dishes, hot vegetable dishes and cold salad bar items are sold by weight. Buy a little or pile it on; either way, it’s so hard to hold back when you see their amazing selection. Carlsbad Ranch Market (located next door to Tip Top Meats) is located at 6118 Paseo Del Norte, Carlsbad, CA 92011. Call (760) 438-3202. You can also find them on Facebook.

service is what makes this place a true winner. It’s what everyone has come to expect time after time. Early birds: Did you know that they have a great early bird breakfast menu for only $4.99 served everyday of the week from 6am to 8am? It’s the best deal around! Iron Men and Iron Women: Did you know that they have a Broken Yolk Iron Man and Iron Woman Special? It’s a 12-egg omelet filled with mushrooms, onions and American cheese, smothered with their own house-made chili and more cheese. It’s served on a 15-inch pizza pan with a generous pile of home fries and two biscuits. This is for one person only and you get a one-hour time limit to gobble it down. If you can eat it within one hour the omelet is free, you get a t-shirt and you will go down in Broken Yolk history and get your name engraved on their Hall of Fame plaque. Cost is $24.99. Go for it! If you’re not quite up for the Iron Man Omelet, their other omelets are still super large size meals. Between

$9.49 and $9.99 you can build your own 4-egg omelet with a selection of cheese and as many ingredients as you like. They are famous for their omelets. Lunchtime at the Broken Yolk includes a wide selection of burgers, soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps and paninis. And again, all of their menu items are large portions. For something really special, try their Grilled Eggplant and Goat Cheese Panini. It’s grilled eggplant, zucchini, red onions, roasted red peppers, alfalfa sprouts and goat cheese, served on crispy focaccia bread with pesto mayo for $8.99. You can’t beat it! We also highly recommend their Club Sandwich. It’s gigantic and super delicious. There are nine Broken Yolk Café locations throughout San Diego with four in North County: La Costa location is 7670 El Camino Real 92009, and San Marcos location is 101 S. Las Posas Rd. San Marcos 92078. Call (760) 943-8182 www.thebrokenyolkcafe.com.


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Food and the Brain: Hunger Satisfaction and How to Avoid Overeating By Jennifer Lee, Ph.D. The regulation of how much we eat and drink is a constant battle for many of us. Our brains and bodies use a combination of signals to indicate fullness: sensory signals (taste, smell), gastric signals (full bellies), and nutrient signals (our bodies tell our brains whether we are lacking in certain vitamins and minerals, etc.). But when something is delicious, how do we stop eating it? How do we make sure not to consume too much for our own good? Sensory-specific satiety is defined as the decrease in the perceived pleasantness of an eaten food relative to that of an uneaten food. In other words, we are satisfied once we have enough of something (e.g., chocolate), such that it doesn’t seem as appealing as something else (e.g., salty snacks). Sensory-specific satiety affects neuron activity in areas of the brain such as the hypothalamus and orbitofrontal cortex in humans and other primates. Also, when people rate a food or drink as tasting pleasant, there is increased activation in the orbitofrontal cortex. So sensory-specific satiety is a good thing: it sends signals to the brain that help us keep from overeating. But what kinds of factors influence sensory-specific satiety? For one, the more oral-sensory stimulation, the more satiety. The degree of oral-sensory stimulation depends on physical food properties like taste concentration and viscosity, but also depends on bite or sip size. So, yes, it’s true: foods with stronger flavors and scents tend to be more satisfying. And taking smaller bites can also help. Research has

found that increasing oral-sensory stimulation decreases overall intake in subjects who have free access to food and drink. For example, in one study, rats consumed 18% more orangeade when they took large sips than when they took small sips. The researchers hypothesized that this was due to the suppression of the rewarding effect of the caloric drink by sensory satiety, which is greater for consumption with small sips (lots of oral-sensory exposure) than large sips (less oral-sensory exposure). Another factor is the issue of liquids versus solids. Pure juices and smoothies, although containing good stuff, are highly caloric. Research reports that liquid foods provide a lower degree of oral-sensory stimulation than solid foods, even when the energy content is the same. Additionally, animals demonstrate less compensating responses (exercise, reduced feeding) after getting their calories from drinks compared to solid foods. Getting your calories from solid foods is always better if you’re trying not to consume too much; because liquids, try as they might, have a low satiating power. Also interesting is the fact that the volume of food eaten and the degree of sensory stimulation are more relevant than energy density regarding overall intake. In other words, animal studies have shown that eating a large amount of a low-caloric food that happens to be strong in flavor (like radicchio with vinaigrette) can be just as satisfying as eating a small amount of something highly caloric (like green bean casserole). Thus, energy content does not seem to be important for determining meal size. Finally, diet-drinkers beware: if you’re craving a sweet beverage, diet soda might not be the answer. (This is

coming from a big diet soda fan, so you can trust my unbiased reporting.) Neuroimaging studies (PET, fMRI, etc.) have shown different brain responses to solutions of sugars and non-caloric sweeteners in drinkable form. It seems that tasting a caloric (sucrose) solution activates taste and reward areas in the brain more than similar-tasting non-caloric (sucralose) solutions. Therefore, perhaps Diet Coke has a lower satiating power than regular Coke. So keep your satiety high and your energy intake down by taking smaller bites and keeping the flavors in your mouth as long as possible. Smoothies are tasty, but eating whole fruits is probably best. And eat things with strong flavors; they’re more likely to activate your satiety signals, and you might even eat a little less. Information in part from “Consumption of caloric and non-caloric versions of a soft drink differentially affects brain activation during tasting,” NeuroImage, 54 (2011) 1367-1374. Jennifer Lee is a behavioral scientist with a Ph.D. in Psychobiology and Learning. She is a psychology instructor, researcher, and writer in studies of human and animal behavior.


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SIPPING, DRINKING, SNACKING AND STUFFING

Hunter Steakhouse

Well known for serving the best prime rib in town, and having the reputation as the finest steakhouse experience since 1967, Hunter Steakhouse was purchased

Lumberyard Tavern

Heading into their third year, the Tavern has already become a local favorite for great drinks, tasty food, and excellent service. With 20 beers on tap, NFL and college football games, and different specials every day, exciting

Joey’s / Doc’s Ale House & Smokin’ BBQ

Plenty of great food, laughter and football are dished out in large portions at Joey’s Smokin’ BBQ and Ale House in La Costa. Along with some of the best award winning Memphis-style barbeque in San Diego, comedy, and live

Pelly’s Fish Market

Over the holidays, especially during Thanksgiving, and New Years Eve, families are turning to a healthier alterna-

Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas Dinner and a movie, together at last! What a great way

by Mike Schneider four years ago. Now, locally owned and operated, Schneider remains committed to providing the freshest cut steaks, generously carved in-house from whole loins the old fashioned way. Some of their favorites, besides their award winning Prime Rib, are their Whiskey Peppercorn Top Sirloin; Black Angus New York Strip; Flame Broiled Salmon; and their fall-off-the-bone BBQ Baby Back Ribs. Schneider, along with General Manager, John Rossotto, understand the value of being part of the community and continuously show their appreciation to their guests and local business partners. When Rossotto’s not welcoming his guests into the restaurant he’s usually busy catering at one of the hundreds of events they book each year. The holiday season is a busy time of the year. Their Santa Maria barbeque is famous throughout San Diego and surrounding areas. They have 12 large buckboard BBQ wagon grills

to cook Santa Maria Tri-Tip Steaks and chicken over red oak wood, just like back in the 1800s. They provide catering at the track during Race Season, at Cricket Wireless concerts, San Diego State events, horse shows, formal weddings, backyard barbeques, holiday parties, and can serve from 10 to 5,000 people at a time. Hunter Steakhouse offers one of the finest early dinner menus in North County from 3:30 to 5:30, as well as an extended Happy Hour from 11:30am to 6:30pm nightly. Have some hungry relatives in town for the holidays? Try their Sunday Brunch. It’s absolutely amazing! Holiday Gift Cards are now available. Hunter Steakhouse is open everyday for lunch and dinner from 11:30am until close. Hunter Steakhouse is located at 1221 Vista Way, Oceanside. (At the intersection of the 78 and I-5 freeways) Call (760) 433-2633 or visit www.huntersteakhouse.com.

things are happening at the Lumberyard Tavern. It’s “the place to be” in Encinitas! Mexican Mondays continue at the Tavern with NFL football & drink specials all night. Come down for your chance to win a NFL jersey every week! And, don’t forget the popular Drink of the Week, where special cocktails are half-off all week long! Tasting Tuesdays continue from 7-9pm, where everyone is invited to taste selected cocktails, craft beers and wines. Tuesday is also their famous Tri-Tip night with Cardiff Seaside Market’s Burgundy Tri-Tip, which includes a sandwich, fries and 16 oz beer for only $11.95. Wine Wednesday is the best deal of the week, with all bottles $30 and above for half-off. On the last Wednesday of the month they offer a specially crafted beer or wine dinner, with great prizes. The 101 Whiskey Club continues its charge forward with the finest whiskeys in the world.

For breakfast on the weekend, try their breakfast burritos, mouthwatering eggs benedict variations, or their juicy steak and eggs. They also serve $3 Bloody Marys and Mimosas. New lunch menu items include their egg salad sandwich, Reuben and grilled Mahi sandwich. Late night Happy Hour on Friday, Saturday, & Sunday nights from 10:30pm- close. Sundays are Service Industry Nights (SIN), where those in the biz get half-off their bar tab! The Lumberyard Tavern will be open on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year’s Eve and Day. They are now taking reservations for family gatherings, and corporate holiday parties. The Lumberyard Tavern is located in the Lumberyard Shopping Center at 967 S. Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas 92024. Call (760) 479-1657 or visit www.lumberyardtavernandgrill.com.

entertainment, Joey’s has become one of the most popular Ale Houses in Carlsbad. That’s right; Joey’s now offers 17 craft beers on tap to go along with their already superb wine selections and appropriate selected spirits for mixed drinks. It’s a great spot to catch Saturday, Sunday and Monday Night Football and all sports on 7 TVs. Their secret recipes and dry rubs accompanied by formidable flavorful sweet and wet sauces enhance their melt-in-your-mouth baby back ribs, tender pulled pork and hand pulled chicken, along with a variety of Kobe beef and Angus beef burgers. Their catering of barbeque has been raved about at weddings, political fundraisers, holiday parties, etc.. According to the owner, Colonel/Doc Billings, “We are told by customers and chefs that dine with us, who are from throughout the US, that we have the best pulled pork in the USA.” Clip their coupon in this edition and get a 1/3 lb burger with fries and a drink for $4.99. On the lighter side, they are one of the few BBQ restaurants

that offer a complete heart healthy and vegetarian friendly light and healthy bistro menu. Football Sunday mornings begin at 9 A M and the bistro menu has a one-of-a- kind famous BBQ Scramble. Limited other breakfast foods are available on Sunday mornings along with $2 Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas. We recommend an ice-cold craft beer, Mimosa or a Bloody Mary and staying for some great Sunday morning sports. If you’re looking for some great comedy in North County, Joey’s/ Doc’s Saloon is the place! Four All-star comedians with some having appeared on national TV such as Leno, Letterman etc. perform every 1st and 3rd Friday starting at 8:30pm. No joke, for only $10 it’s the best deal in San Diego County! Joey’s Smokin’ BBQ and Doc’s Saloon is located at 6955 El Camino Real, (within walking distance to the La Costa Resort and Park Hyatt Aviara Resort) Carlsbad, 92009. It’s in the La Costa Vons Shopping center directly to the left of Vons. Call (760) 929-1396 or visit www.joeyssmokinbbqdocssaloon.com.

tive than turkey or beef. Pelly’s Fish Market offers locals and visitors the freshest fish in town! Pelly’s is one of the original fresh fish markets in Coastal North County. On any given day, depending on the season Pelly’s offers large fillets of fresh ahi, yellowtail, albacore, mahi-mahi, halibut, Atlantic salmon, swordfish, sea bass, and a wide assortment of local shellfish including oysters, clams, crab, and shrimp. Pelly’s offers a catering service that will suit any family get-together, bowl game, or corporate holiday party. Ask them about special orders for the holidays or their amazing holiday seafood platters! Big sellers are their cevice, stone crab, or bay shrimp salads, as well as their popular fresh local lobster, when in season. Pelly’s has a reputation as the best place for delicious fresh fish lunches and dinners, especially their shrimp

scampi dinner, char-grilled mahi-mahi, char-grilled halibut, and of course their unbelievable crab cakes and grilled fish tacos. Their coconut shrimp appetizer comes with a spicy plum sauce. If you’re in the mood for a salad, try their fresh ono salad, or bay shrimp and stone crab salad. We highly recommend their famous Manhattan red or Boston white clam chowder. A cup is only $3.25 and a large bowl is only $4.50. Pelly’s may not be a fancy, sit down restaurant, but the quality of their freshly prepared seafood more than makes up for it. Their prices are very reasonable. Check their board for the Catch of the Day. Pelly’s Fish Market is open 7-days a week. They are located in the Poinsettia Village Shopping Center at 7110 Avenida Encinas #101, Carlsbad CA 92011. Call (760) 4318454 or visit www.pellysfish.com.

to spend an afternoon, an evening, or holiday with someone special, family, and friends! Three Luxury Cinépolis Cinema locations are now open: La Costa, Del Mar and Laguna Niguel. Their leather reclining seats are extremely comfortable. Each seat has its own little side table with a service button to call for a server. The food is really great, the service is top notch and the theatre is clean and luxurious. Cinépolis is a luxury-style family restaurant and theater experience. For adults 21 years or older, stop at the bar, order a drink and then move to the theater where you can recline in a very comfortable leather seat. You can also lift up the arm between seats so you can snuggle with a loved one. You can still get your movie favorites like hot dogs, popcorn, candy bars and sodas, but now you can enjoy a more

diverse menu such as salads, delicious paninis, a slice of all natural flat bread pizza, or a slice of Godiva chocolate raspberry cheese cake. We recommend their beef sliders, they are really delicious. They also have a beautiful bar and lounge where you can enjoy a cold beer, a glass of wine or a fancy cocktail. Cinépolis is the biggest cineplex chain in Latin America and the fourth largest in the world with 3000+ screens in more than 65 cities. Cinépolis is opening two more theaters this year, in Westlake Village and Rancho Margarita. The La Costa location is at 6941 El Camino Real, Carlsbad 92009 call (760) 6038638. The Del Mar location is at 12905 El Camino Real, in Del Mar 92130 call (858) 794-4045 or visit www.cinepolisusa.com.


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Old California Restaurant Row

Find 17 international restaurants in one convenient location at Old California Restaurant Row, North County’s largest dining and entertainment venue. At Restaurant Row, diners can savor the flavors of Italy and Mexico along with exotic dishes of Thailand, China, Japan and India. You can find American classics such as steak, seafood, chicken, burgers and Louisiana-style specialties. Many of the restaurants offer nightly entertainment as well as happy hour specials plus private banquet rooms for company parties and special events. Here’s a quick guide to Restaurant Row.

Bruegger’s Bagels

Bruegger’s Breakfast Sandwiches are the perfect way to start your day. Their classic breakfast sandwich combines

Acapulco  Mexican  Restaurant:  A festive hacienda style restaurant complete with a large cantina, patio, Mexican food and margaritas. (760) 471-2150 Big John’s Rhythm City Grill: Louisiana style specialties from jambalaya and catfish, to chicken fried steak and gumbo, and jazz on the weekends. (760) 736-9202 Bruno’s: Sicilian style Italian food with pizza, pasta, and lunch/brunch buffets. (760) 744-7700 Canapés:  A casual, gourmet restaurant and wine bar offering a fresh dining experience with an extensive selection of wine and beer and weekly entertainment. (760) 510-2088 China Wokery: Frequented by locals seeking top notch Chinese cuisine. (760) 471-6066 Cocina  del  Charro:  Locally owned and operated with delicious carne asada and seafood specialties, zesty margaritas and a popular Sunday brunch. (760) 471-6644 55  Yard  Line:  Football is a passion at this local pub/ tavern/sports bar. (760) 744-1960 Fish  House  Vera  Cruz:  Awesome seafood menu and seafood market. (760) 744-8000 IHOP:  Pancakes and breakfast every day of the week along with lunch and dinner. (760) 471-2108 India Princess: Remarkable flavors of Indian cuisine in an authentic setting. (760) 744-7599

Katsu Sushi & Teppan Grill: Sushi, teriyaki, tempura, noodles, and steak with skilled master sushi chefs. (760) 744-7156 King  &  Thai  Restaurant:  Aromatic cooking of Asian favorites using fresh, quality ingredients. (760) 744-1008 Old California Coffee House & Eatery: A popular spot for coffee, smoothies, baked goods, salads, sandwiches and vegan/vegetarian items with live music every weekend. (760) 744-2112 Old California Mining Company: Hand rubbed tri-tip is just one of the specialties at this “Gold Rush” era venue. (760) 761-4900 San  Marcos  Brewery  &  Grill:  One of the landmark spots where they make their own craft beers and have for years, serving steaks, seafood, salads, burgers and more. (760) 471-0050 Sublime  Alehouse:  The newest restaurant to join Restaurant Row features gourmet comfort food, including burgers, sandwiches, and small plates plus 56 taps and beer flights. (760) 510-9220 Tony Roma’s: World famous BBQ plus steaks and seafood. The onion loaf is a must. (760) 736-4343 Old California Restaurant Row is located right next to the Edward’s Theaters at 1020 San Marcos Blvd. For more information, visit www.oldcalrestaurantrow.com.

egg and your choice of peppered bacon, ham, sausage or turkey sausage on a hot fresh bagel. We recommend trying their Better Cheddar Sandwich. This delicious sandwich comes with an egg patty with cheddar cheese, peppered bacon, and light garlic herb cream cheese on a fresh baked bagel, toasted if you wish. In addition to their famous bagels, breakfast sandwiches and bagel sandwiches, Bruegger’s also offers a healthier “Under 500 Calorie” menu. If you are a calorie counter, try one of their Skinny Bagels. Guests can now order any of Bruegger’s 15-plus varieties “skinny,” due to Bruegger’s unique slicing process. Instead of changing the recipe of its time-tested, New York-style bagel, Bruegger’s slices the bagels thinner using a process that removes approximately one-third of the bagel’s center but preserves its unique

eggshell crust and delicious toppings. The result is a lower calorie bagel without sacrificing variety or taste. Another healthy choice is their Skinny Zesty Egg White Sandwich. This comes with an egg white patty on a skinny sesame bagel, with turkey sausage, Swiss cheese and sundried tomato spread. Founded in 1983, Bruegger’s Enterprises, Inc. operates 300 Bruegger’s bakeries in North America. Renowned for its award winning bagels, Bruegger’s offers a wide variety of freshly prepared breakfast and lunch options made with high quality ingredients served with its unique brand of hospitality. Bruegger’s Bagels is a recent winner of Nation’s Restaurant News’ Golden Chain Award. Visit www.brueggers.com for a bakery location near you.


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Poinsettia Greenhouse Open House Tours at Weidner’s Gardens in Encinitas Nov. 17-18, Saturday and Sunday

Fiber Arts Fiesta at Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum October 13-14 Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm Fiber Arts Fiesta is sponsored by the Museum Weavers of the Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum. There are demonstrations to watch, finished products to purchase, and fiber arts materials to buy: raw wool, handspun and commer-

cially spun yarns, hand-dyed yarns, handwoven articles, ethnic textiles, and tools for knitting, spinning and weaving. Vendors include weavers, gourd artists, basket makers, spinners, felters, and yarn merchants. There will be demonstrations of fiber arts, easy fiber projects for visitors to enjoy, and live music. Food can be purchased on site. Admission and parking are free. The museum is located at 2040 North Santa Fe in Vista. For more information, call (760) 533-5857, visit www.VistaFiberArtsFiesta.com, or e-mail fiberartsfiesta@gmail.com.

Arts Alive on the Coastal Rail Trail in Solana Beach October 6, Saturday, 12-4pm

On November 17 and 18, Weidner’s Gardens opens their greenhouse doors for a (free) one-of-a-kind poinsettia tour. This is the only greenhouse poinsettia tour in Southern California. Inside the greenhouse you will find thousands of Poinsettias, especially in every shade of red imaginable. Learn the secrets and challenges of producing the perfect Poinsettia at just the right date. Find custom holiday arrangements and learn decorating tips. This is the best place and time to take advantage of grower-to-you prices. Get expert advice on how to care for your Poinsettias. Take advantage of a special Poinsettia photo spot in Santa’s sleigh surrounded by Poinsettias. Enjoy refreshments and win door prizes. This is only a two-day event, so reservations are highly recommended. Weidner’s Gardens is located at 695 Normand Rd. in Encinitas, just off the Leucadia Blvd exit on I-5, between Leucadia Blvd and La Costa Blvd., alongside the freeway. Call (760) 436-2194 or visit www.weidners.com.

San Dieguito Art Guild Events Featured Artists Reception Oct 13, 5pm -7:30pm San Dieguito Art Guild - Off Track Gallery - 937 S. Coast Hwy., C103, Encintas, Ca 92024 Off Track Gallery -- 760-942-3636 Join us in celebrating our artists, reception with light refreshments. Demonstration - w/ Printmaker Anne Moore Oct 30, 1:30 – 3:30pm San Diego Botanic Gardens, Encinitas, CA 92024 Sponsored by San Dieguito Art Guild, City of Encinitas, and Mizel Family foundation Community Grant Contact-- 760-942-3636 Fee: Free to public Small Image Juried Art Exhibition Nov 27, 3 - 6pm Contact: Contact: Off Track Gallery - 760-942-3636 Fees: entry fee varies per art piece at submission

Ongoing Art Exhibits at the Encinitas Library October and November The Encinitas Library has on view the artwork of Encinitas artists whose work is on long-term loan: Alex Long, Roy Soravia and Rodney McCoubrey. The Special Collection room features an exhibit by Robert Wald. The artists are experts in their craft: Long is an accomplished potter specializing in Raku; Soravia is a highly regarded Op Art artist; and McCoubrey is a master at turning recycled trash into whimsical works of art. Robert Wald’s photoessay exhibit, Lost Heritage: The Dorymen of Cardiff offers a glimpse into the fishing industry that was a vibrant part of the history of Cardiff-by-the-Sea.  The City of Encinitas invites you to view ongoing art showcases all day, every day. Come see Long’s Raku: Sea Life Urn, Soravia’s Op Art: Between Abstract and Illusion, McCoubrey’s Fish, Fun and Education, and Wald’s Lost Heritage: The Dorymen of Cardiff. The Encinitas Library is open  Monday - Thursday, 9:30am-8:00pm; Friday and Saturday, 9:30am-5:00pm and Sunday, Noon-5:00pm.  The Encinitas Library is located at 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas. For more information, call (760) 753-7376.

The “Arts Alive 2012” is coming to the Solana Beach Coastal Rail Trail (CRT) on Saturday, October 6. This celebration of the arts is a must see event, featuring live musicians, modern dance troupes, and theatre performers, all created exclusively for this year’s festivities. In addition, twelve Urban Gardens are displayed along the Rail Trail fence. The gardens, presented by local artists, are surprising and amusing viewers with their creativity and resourcefulness. Attendees marvel at the colorful theatre walkers, the giant Bruun Boys, the amazing “Speed Painter” and musical groups of all genres, playing everything from Blue Grass and Country tunes to Cuban and Pop music. Visitors enjoy live dance presentations by professional and student dance troupes while strolling the curved pathway of the award-winning Coastal Rail Trail. Art lovers appreci-

ate the Urban Fence Gardens, and the attention-grabbing sculptures from local galleries and artists. The Trail is adorned with decorated recyclable bags and artistic banners which are available should you want a souvenir. Also, the creation station tempts the kids, old and young, to paint and personalize their own canvass reusable bag to show off next time they go shopping. New at the 2012 Arts Alive event are food trucks and treats for the hungry and the parched. The City of Solana Beach and the Public Arts Advisory Commission invite everyone to the north end of the Coastal Rail Trail (Lomas Santa Fe north, along Highway 101, to the Lagoon) to attend this free art and cultural event on Sunday, Oct. 6, from noon to 4:00 pm. For more information contact Anita Edman at 858-720-2454 or aedman@cosb.org.

The Del Mar Antique Show at the Del Mar Fairgrounds November 16-18, Friday-Sunday Now in its 52nd successful year, Calendar Antique Shows is proud to present thousands of square feet of antiques, vintage collectibles and decorator items. Over 250 premier antique dealers from all over California & the Western United States will be attending and selling the finest in antiques & collectibles including all types of glass, pottery, paper ephemera, crystal, jewelry, art, silver, Americana, primitives, American and European furniture, and much more. Calendar Shows is also proud to announce that they will be sponsoring a special booth to help customers appraise their unknown treasures. The charge for this service will be $5 per item. The identification of the antiques and col-

lectibles brought in by customers will be handled by experienced appraisers, including Kyle Husfloen, Editor of The Antique Trader & Antique Trader Price Guides. Husfloen is a well known writer on antiques and collectibles. Also assisting will be local appraisers Bill & Carol Kearney and Christine Saltzman of Cover your Assets - One Company offering many Solutions. Also appearing at the show will be repair & restoration artisans that are experts in the fields of glass, crystal, porcelain, pottery, rugs, and jewelry, furniture and art restoration and wicker & caning repair. Admission is $8. Visit www.calendarshows.com or call (800) 943-7501.

San Marcos Alive ArtWalk


San Marcos Boulevard, San Marcos. For more information, visit www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us.

November 4, Sunday, 10am - 4pm This year’s San Marcos Alive ArtWalk is held in conjunction with the monthly Artwalk that is held at Old California Restaurant Row. In addition to a fine arts fair, the event includes craft vendors, a chalk art contest, art demonstrations and displays, a community mural painting project and many hands-on art projects. Fun for the whole family! Old California Restaurant Row is located at 1080 West

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We Remember— San Marcos Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony Nov. 11, Sunday, 2pm November eleventh is Veterans Day and a day to honor the men and women who have served in the military. Americans everywhere will commemorate the patriots who risked their lives to preserve the liberty of our nation, the families who support them, and the heroes no longer with us. Join the San Marcos Veterans Day Committee along with the Mayor of San Marcos in an event to remember. There will be an introduction, an invocation, a presentation of colors by the USMC of Camp Pendleton, a flag changing ceremony by the San Marcos Junior ROTC Cadets from San Marcos High School, and a moment of silence and taps in honor of all veterans. There will also be a reading of the President’s Veterans Day Proclamation, special music, a WWII Guest Speaker, and more. Following the ceremony, Phil’s BBQ will have box lunches available for $5. There are limited seats available so please bring your own chairs. This event takes place at Helen Bougher Park on the corner of El Norte Pkwy & Woodland Pkwy at San Marcos All Veterans Memorial. For more info call (760) 744-1050 or visit www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us.

3rd Annual Bike the Coast/Taste The Coast November 3, Saturday As San Diego’s only  Bike  Friendly designated community by the League of American Bicyclists, Bike the Coast/ Taste the Coast is ideally suited to Oceanside. Bikers of all ages and skill levels can participate in the event, which offers four out-and-back routes ranging from 7 miles to 100 miles. The relatively flat, 7-mile route along the San Luis Rey  Bike  Trail is the most family-friendly ride and includes an aid-station along the way. All routes finish back at the Oceanside Pier, where the “Taste  the  Coast” portion of the event takes place and features food booths and fun activities for the family. Make a weekend of it.  Kick off the fun the night before the race with a  Movie Night at the Pier from 4 to 8 pm on Friday, November 2. Other activities include food booths, a beer garden and raffle prizes such as jerseys and tickets to Legoland. For up to date information, visit www.bikethecoast. eventmediainc.com.

Free Admission for Kids to Museums, Legoland, Zoo, and Safari Park Throughout October Museums and attractions throughout San Diego will be offering free admission for children 12 and under during the month of October. Some of the participating North County Museums and attractions include the California Surf Museum, Oceanside Museum of Art, Legoland and Sealife Aquarium, San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park will all be offering free admission. Some of the places, such as the Zoo and Safari Park will offer one free child ticket with the purchase of one adult ticket. At the California Surf Museum, kids will be stoked on exhibits including one entitled Secret Spot and another featuring teen surfer Bethany Hamilton’s shark-bitten surfboard. The Oceanside Museum’s Free Family Art Day, on October 14, is where kids can spend a creative afternoon exploring a diverse selection of Asian-inspired art activities such as origami, crafting a paper koi fish and gyotaku, which means fish rubbing. For a list of other San Diego museums offering free admission, please visit www.sandiegomuseumcouncil. org/kids-free-2012 or for North County, visit http:// visitoceanside.org/kids-free-in-oceanside/ or www. sandiegomuseumcouncil.org, www.legoland.com, and www.sdzoo.com.

Pansymonium Ensues at “Dig Your Own Pansy” Event at Weidner’s Gardens Opening Day Nov. 1, Gates Open 8am, Digging Begins 9am The race is on. The die-hard pansy diggers are ready with digging trowels in hand. They are waiting for the opening bell. The ringing of the bell, at 9am sharp signals a mad race to dig the very best of the 14 thousand pansies and violas in full bloom, and ready to keep on blooming in your home garden. It’s Pansymonium! Opening week is a tradition for hundreds of passionate pansy lovers. Those smiling pansy faces, from tiny delicate violas to exotic ruffled edges. Plain faces with tiny whiskers along with super large giant blooms. The crowd is looking for the newest and the most spectacular. The field is divided in half. One half is prepared to open on the first weekend. This is to be fair to all the people from far away who cannot come during the week. Pansy digging is big, competitive and lots of fun. Everyone has fun digging from the littlest child to the oldest grandma. Pansies are one of the very best fall/winter into spring garden flowers. Field grown pansies are better because the roots have never been squeezed into pots or a 6 pack. Bigger, stronger roots make a bigger stronger plant that performs better. All pansies love the sun but will be OK in partial sun. Pansies love to eat and need a drink of water when they get a little dry, and love attention. Hey, just like you! This means picking the nice fresh flowers and picking off the dead ones too. Treat your pansies right and they will bloom easily for months and months of trouble-free beauty.

To see what 14,000 pansies look like, plan to be at Weidner’s Gardens by 9am on Thursday, November 1. By close of day, there will still be thousands of pansies left to dig, but there will also be thousands of holes without pansies. Digging continues through the month of December. For the best selection come early, but even weeks later there will still be plenty of pansies to choose from. Get a free gallon of Weidner’s “Good Stuff” fertilizer! Bring a one-gallon jug between Nov 1-7 and Weidner’s will fill it up with the “Good Stuff.” Limit one gallon per adult customer. Weidner’s Gardens is open daily 9am - 4:30pm except Tuesdays, and CLOSED the whole month of OCTOBER. Weidner’s is located at 695 Normandy Rd, Encinitas, 92024. Gates open at 8am. Digging begins at 9am. Visit www.weidners.com for more information.

Encinitas Fall Festival November 18, Sunday, 9am-4pm Every November, the Downtown Encinitas MainStreet Association has played host to a premier street fair The Fall Festival. This festival, previously known as the Poinsettia Festival, is a readymade bazaar for holiday shoppers and weekend fun seekers. This year, fair-goers enjoy a day where coastal breezes meet people gathering to shop, eat, be entertained and enjoy the community’s Historical district. The festival features over 450 vendor booths showcasing various arts, crafts, gifts, food and more. The 200 shops and

40 restaurants and eateries along the Coast Highway from D to J Streets are open and ready for business. Live music is playing at three venues: the Pacific Station Stage (located in between E & F Streets), The Lumberyard Courtyard Stage (located at The Lumberyard), and the Community Stage (close to F Street.) All three stages feature the best in local entertainment. The Coast Highway 101 is closed from D Street to J Street starting at 6 am. For more information call (760) 943-1950 or visit www.encinitas101.com.

Family Discovery Days Halloween-themed Event at San Elijo Lagoon Oct. 20-21, 1-4 pm There won’t be a Creature from the Black Lagoon, but that’s a good thing. San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy and County of San Diego Parks and Recreation present Family Discovery Days on October 20 and 21, with an emphasis on Halloween. As part of the popular Family Days series, the annual “NotSo-Scary Estuary” will be presented for children ages 2-12. Costumes are encouraged and volunteers and Rangers will treat guests to an exciting introduction to the wonders of wetlands. Kids can create lollipop spiders and animal facemasks, feel animal pelts, and make animal tracks in the sand. In addition, there is trick-or-treating along the “Haunted Hike” nature trail, where clues help families look and listen for resident wildlife.

You’ll learn about nocturnal creatures and their wanderings through live animal presentations at 2pm each day. For example, did you know some bats live up to 40 years and can eat 600 mosquitoes in just one hour? Find out more in the “Bat Cave.” Children will be shown how to use their senses to help a mother bat find her baby. The setting of Not-So-Scary Estuary takes place at San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center, located at 2710 Manchester Avenue in Cardiff-by-the-Sea. This 1,000-acre urban oasis offers seven miles of trails and glimpses into rare plants and animals, especially visiting birds during the winter season, a natural migration known as the Pacific Flyway. For more information on Family Discovery Days at San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center contact the Nature Center at (760) 634-3026 or visit www.SanElijo.org/family-days.

Newest Haim Salon Now Open at Park Hyatt Aviara Resort From his beginnings as a stylist apprentice in Tele Aviv with one of Israel’s most noted professionals, to training under Vidal Sassoon in London, Haim Knister has enjoyed a very successful career in the beauty and fashion industry. In 1991, after living in San Diego for a few years, Haim opened Haim Ltd. Salon, a fullservice exclusive salon, specializing in color, at Del Mar Plaza. Building a salon with the most talented & dedicated hair stylists, with a relaxed atmosphere, and a friendly ambiance with a “touch of class” that distinguishes his salon from others, was Haim’s goal, and still is. In 2009 he opened a second salon at the Grand Del Mar Resort, the only triple five star resort in the country, and most recently, a third salon at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort. For more than three decades in the hair industry, Haim has worked with Logics and L’Oreal and for the last fifteen

years has shared his knowledge and experience as a premier educator for Eufora International, as well as being one of the nation’s leading Eufora salons. And yet his commitment does not end there. Haim believes in giving back to the community. He has consistently raised money for charities such as Child Help, United through Reading, Las Damas, United Cerebral Palsey’s Dia Del Sol’s Beach & Country Guild, and Look Good Feel Better Cancer organization. Recently, Haim selected the Semper Fi Fund to benefit from his Grand Opening celebration at the Park Hyatt. According to Haim, “I pride myself on raising money to help organizations whenever I can….it gives me great satisfaction.” The local community is important to Haim as well. Both the Park Hyatt Aviara and the Grand Del Mar Resort offer complimentary valet parking. Building loyal clients that return to Haim Salon is the key for Haim and his awardwinning staff’s success. Visit the newest Haim Salon at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort located at 7100 Aviara Resort Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92011, or call (760) 603-6869 or visit www.haimltdsalon.com.


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Cancer Angels of San Diego 3rd Annual Walk & Celebration of Life

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Hosts 14th Annual Light the Night Walk

Oct. 13, 4pm Walk, 6pm Dinner

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer, is hosting its 14th Annual Light the Night Walk on November 2 at Petco Park in San Diego. The Light the Night Walk is an inspirational two-mile walk that brings together thousands of individuals to raise funds for lifesaving blood cancer research and critical patient and family services. “More than 957,000 Americans are battling leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma and it’s our goal to raise money to help those individuals live better, longer lives. The Walk is our opportunity to do just that and pay tribute and commemorate lives touched by cancer,” said Kristin Sacco, Deputy Executive Director of the San Diego/Hawaii Chapter. “This event is an experience unlike any other and truly brings light to the dark world of cancer. I guarantee that everyone participating in the Walk will be touched in some way.”

Lace up your shoes and join in this approximately 2.75 mile walk for a great cause at The Bridges Country Club in Rancho Santa Fe with spectacular panoramic views of the golf course, bridges, lakes, creeks and hillsides beyond. This event is to raise money for Cancer Angels of San Diego, a nonprofit organization, which helps Stage IV cancer patients in San Diego County with basic needs. Each week, Cancer Angels receive several calls from individuals with late-stage cancer that are unable to pay their basic living expenses due to the high cost of their treatment and inability to work. Unfortunately, week after week, they turn down many requests because of the number of current cancer patients that they are already helping--and their funds are running low. Please be an angel here on earth and walk for those with Stage IV cancer and help restore dignity to their lives! Cost is $25/person Walk and $75/person Walk & Dinner. To register or to donate visit www. cancerangelsofsandiego.org or call (760) 942-6346.

OFFICIAL NFL PINK MERCHANDISE FOR SALE AND AUCTION The National Football League, its clubs, players and the NFL Players Association are proud to support the fight against breast cancer. Their campaign, “A Crucial Catch,” in partnership with the American Cancer Society, is focused on the importance of annual screenings, especially for women who are 40 years and older. Throughout the month of October, NFL games will feature on-field pink ribbon stencils, special game balls, pink coins, and players, coaches and referees wearing pink game apparel - all to help raise awareness for this important campaign. All the pink apparel, balls and coins will be auctioned off at a special NFL website at www.NFL. com/auction. You can also purchase Official Pink NFL merchandise at www.nfl.com/pink Proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society and team charities. This is an issue that has directly touched the lives of many in the NFL family, and the NFL is committed to helping make a difference in breast cancer prevention.

Massage Envy Partners With Healing Hands and Arthritis Foundation Holiday Gift Cards Now Available Massage Envy’s 23 San Diego franchises wanted to do something unique and special this year. They put on a bowling event called “Street Fighters” and raised over $50,000 locally for the Arthritis Foundation. Dani Snyder, Marketing Director for Massage Envy, says, “We really wanted to make the event fun while at the same time build lasting relationships throughout the region. Our media partners and PR firm helped take the event to an even higher level.” Partnering with the Arthritis Foundation was a natural fit for Massage Envy, as they both share a common understanding about the seriousness of the disease and the power of massage therapy to relieve certain Arthritis symptoms. Arthritis strikes 50 million Americans (one in five) and that number is soaring. Half a million adults and children suffering from Arthritis live in San Diego. The disease impacts people of every age. Two-thirds of those who suffer from the disease are under age 65, including approximately 300,000 children, who are unable to live a pain-free life. Massage Envy Holiday Gift Cards are now available. Contact a local Massage Envy or Massage Envy Spa near you. For more information, please call Massage Envy in San Marcos or Carlsbad at (760) 439-1155 or (760) 410-0288.

November 2, Friday, 6pm Walkers join together at twilight holding illuminated balloons – white for survivors, red for supporters and gold to remember those lost to cancer. In addition to the Walk, the evening’s festivities include music, food and family activities. Check-in is at 5pm at Petco Park. The opening ceremony begins at 6pm and the Walk starts at 7pm. For more information, visit www.lightthenight.org/sd.

“Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” Event to Benefit YWCA’s Becky’s House® Oct. 4, Thursday, 5pm To bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence and its negative impact on our community, brave men (and women) walk in high-heeled shoes at the 5th annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” fundraising event, organized by the YWCA of San Diego County. The one-mile walk is held on Thursday, October 4, at 6pm, with check-in starting at 5pm in downtown San Diego. A post-event party will follow at 7pm at Dick’s Last Resort, featuring food, drinks, music, awards and prizes.

This symbolic Walk a Mile fundraiser is a family-friendly event and participants are encouraged to lead the way in stopping domestic violence, and to consider the ways in which they can make a positive difference. The one-mile walk begins and ends at the Martin Luther King Promenade Park at 4th Avenue and K Streets. The net proceeds will support the YWCA’s Becky’s House® Domestic Violence Program. For more information, call (619) 239.0355 ext. 225, email Monique@ywcasandiego.org, or visit www.ywcasandiego.org.

Susan G. Komen “Survivor Crop” Event October 20-21 This year is the 11th Year Anniversary of Survivor Crop. This fabulous 24 hour scrapbooking event is sure to inspire and motivate. It all begins at 9 am on Saturday, October 20 and ends at 9 am on Sunday, October 21. The event is held in a beautiful 10,000 square foot facility in Oceanside/ Vista.

Enjoy catered meals, snacks, a logo souvenir t-shirt, tote bag, insulated mug, equipment rentals, prizes, and four make-n-takes, all covered in the $125 registration fee. Scrapbook to your heart’s content for a good cause! For more information, call Ever After Scrapbooks at (760) 630-2767.

Tri-City Wellness Center Integrates Fitness Training and Medical Wellness By Nichole Y. Matsuura, M.S., R.D. (Tri-City Wellness Dietitian) Tri City Wellness Center is not just a fitness center, it’s a Wellness club. It’s a facility where people come to change their lives, improve their health and de-stress from daily life. The wellness center is different from a fitness center in that it takes an interdisciplinary approach; blending medical, fitness, nutrition and stress management, assisting the client to reach ultimate health and lifestyle goals. The Center offers a spectacular 58,000 square foot, state-of-the-art medically-integrated fitness environment focused on total well-being. Whether you desire day-today health maintenance, sports performance training, personal training, or medically-specific programs or reha-

bilitation, we have the skilled staff and clinical support to work collaboratively to meet your needs. Our interdisciplinary approach and medical integration allows us the ability to create and suggest personalized oncology wellness programs based on our initial assessments. Our personalized programs include fitness and strength training, stress management through spa treatments, yoga, pilates, Qi gong, meditation, aquatics and a comprehensive nutrition plan either for prevention or through specialized treatments. We take a comprehensive approach to your wellness, believing that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Tri-City Wellness Center is located at 6250 El Camino Real, Carlsbad 92009. For more information please call (760) 931-3171 or visit www.tricitywellness.com.

Do You Have An Ongoing Eye Condition? So often we neglect taking care of our eyes and our vision. Sometimes we don’t pay enough attention if we have dry eyes, blurred vision, or easily get eye infections. Don’t take your eyes for granted and take the time to make an appointment with someone that has an extensive background in ocular diseases and conditions. If you are looking for a caring and professional optometrist, then we recommend Dr. Kristin Peterson- Salgado of Solana Beach Family Optometry. Dr. Kristin Peterson-Salgado graduated from the University of California, Davis in 1993 with high honors then went on and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Optometry in 1997. For 13 years she has been practicing medically-based optometry with a focus on ocular disease, geriatrics, traditional and hard-to-fit contact lenses, diabetic exams, and Lasik or cataract surgery pre-operative exams.

Dr. Peterson-Salgado opened her private practice in Solana Beach in 2010 with a desire to continue her medically based practice while also incorporating vision exams for the entire family. Dr. Peterson-Salgado enjoys fitting all types of contact lenses, including bifocal, monovision, rigid gas permeable, and astigmatic lenses. She also has an extensive background in the treatment of dry eye conditions. She is board certified in the treatment and management of ocular disease and can prescribe medications for eye infections, allergies, and dry eyes. Dr. Peterson- Salgado grew up in Del Mar and currently lives in Solana Beach with her husband (4th generation Solana Beach resident) and their 2 kids. Call for an appointment to see Dr. Kristin Peterson-Salgado at Solana Beach Family Optometry at (858) 259-8239 or stop in at 977 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite B, Solana Beach CA 92075.


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Making Strides Walk at Balboa Park October 21, Sunday, 8am

National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) Services National Breast Cancer Foundation partners with medical facilities across the country to provide free mammograms and diagnostic breast care services to underserved women. We require that medical facilities within our network have the capacity to continue treatment after an abnormal finding or diagnosis of breast cancer. While NBCF provides free breast care services through its National Mammography Program (NMP), sometimes those in need are unaware that the program exists. Through patient navigation programs at medical facilities within our network, NBCF is able to promote the NMP to those that need it most. Patient navigation is a proactive approach to helping patients overcome the barriers of cost, fear, and misinformation surrounding the disease and its prevention. By helping underserved women to navigate the health care system, navigators provide the vision that gives women hope.

2nd Annual Kayak/Stand Up Paddle Regatta Poker Run & SUP Race October 20, Saturday, 8am-1pm Join the fun on the water of Agua Hedionda Lagoon as participants paddle to benefit the Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation (AHLF). This 400-acre lagoon is home to a wide array of flora and fauna and invites you to appreciate our water resources through such uses as a YMCA day camp, recreational boating, a mussel and abalone aquaculture facility, a white-sea bass hatchery, and a power generating plant. This is a fantastic team-building event. This year, the Poker Run runs from 10 am to 1 pm. New this year is the Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Race, held right before the poker run, from 8 to 10 am. Sign up for the Poker Run and the SUP race online, space is limited to 80 participants! The Agua Hedionda Discovery Center is located at 1580 Cannon Rd., Carlsbad. For more information, call (760) 804-1969 or visit www.aguahedionda.org.

Botox Bazaars and Great Prices at Before-N-After Before-N-After’s licensed providers provide personal care at affordable rates, with no contracts or hidden fees. Here are some examples: Botox $7.99 per unit, Dysport $3.00 per unit, and Juvederm XC for $395. per syringe. Come join Before-N-After for their fun Monthly Botox Bazaars! With any treatments enjoy a free Lunch! Also get 10% off 25 units or more or a $25 discount on any syringe or fillers. October Bazaar dates are from 1:30pm to 7pm: 10/1, 10/15, 10/29; November Bazaar dates are from 9am to 4pm: 11/15, 11/17, 11/29. Before-N-After physician supervised personal care and weight loss programs provide affordable, fast and effective results. They have recently opened their newest 2,000 sq. ft. location on San Marcos Blvd., in San Marcos. Their Weight Loss Clinic also offers amazingly affordable programs such as their customized weekly programs as low as $20 per week which include Phentermine, Phendimetrazine, Lipo-tropic injections, diuretics, vitamins and B-2 injections. The New Patient program for only $9.99 includes a one-on-one interview, physical exam, measurements, diet overview, with a weeks regimen of suppressants, (2) B-12 injections, diuretics and vitamins. Lipo injections are as low as $10 with meds. Isn’t it time to look and feel your best? Please call (888) 240-6242 or visit their San Marcos location at 727 W. San Marcos Blvd #106, San Marcos, CA 92078 www.beforenafter.us.

The journey to end breast cancer starts with a single step. Take that step with us at one of our American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks. Just a few hours of your time will help bring a lifetime of change for people facing breast cancer and their families. Every Making Strides event is a powerful and inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about what we can do to stay well following breast cancer, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society fight the disease with breast cancer research, information and services, and access to mammograms for women who need them. Join us in the fight to end breast cancer forever and sign up today. Since 1993, 8 million cancer charity walkers across the country have raised more than $460 million through Making Strides events to help fight breast cancer. Last year alone, dedicated supporters like you raised more than $60 million nationwide to help the American Cancer Society save lives and create a world with less breast cancer and more birthdays. The American Cancer Society needs your help. By participating in raising funds for a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event, you will provide hope and help to millions of people nationwide whose lives have been forever

changed by this disease. Join the Making Strides Walk for a few hours of exercise, inspiration, camaraderie, entertainment, and most importantly, to honor someone you know who has been affected by breast cancer—especially if that person is you. Registration starts at 7:00 am; walk starts at 8:00 am. You may park in the parking lot on Presidents Way and Park Blvd. (shuttle will transport you to registration site), and also in most of the surrounding area’s street parking (metered parking free on Sundays). Shuttle begins at 6:30 am. For more information, call (800) 227-2345 or visit www.makingstrides.acsevents.org.

Radio Stations’ Amazing Pink Ribbon Challenge® October 1-31 The Pink Ribbon Challenge is a national fundraising campaign that lets radio listeners around the country “click to donate.” Hundreds of radio outlets across the country join the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to promote the eighth annual Pink Ribbon Challenge (PRC), in conjunction with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, October 1-31. The Pink Ribbon Challenge is unlike any other fundraising effort. Listeners participate by visiting their favorite radio station’s web site each day during October. When clicking on the Pink Ribbon Challenge banner that the station places on its home page, listeners are directed to the Breast Cancer web site where another click on the “Click Here to Give—it’s FREE!” button takes them to a page of small advertisements. The sponsors that place the advertisements will “Pay-PerClick” for each daily visit! There is a limit of one click per day per person. With every click, the sponsor donates money to the NBCF for hospitals, clinics, missions, and mobile mammography units coast-to-coast. 100% of the money goes directly to charity. There is no cost to the listener. Just by clicking on the advertiser’s banner, the listener is actually causing the advertiser to donate money.

In recent years, more than 100 music celebrities, such as Bon Jovi, Reba McEntire, Amy Grant, Martina McBride, Donny Osmond and many others, have recorded public service announcements urging listeners to take the Challenge. Their voices go out across the country through a nationwide radio campaign that has been supported by TM Studios as well as nationally syndicated shows such as Crook & Chase. Last year, hundreds of radio stations hosted the month-long campaign by adding links to their web sites and broadcasting the PSA’s. In addition, performers such as Ann and Nancy Wilson (Heart), Deana Carter, and Anne Cochran have featured the Pink Ribbon Challenge on their own web sites. Founded in 1991, the NBCF is a nonprofit foundation that provides funding for mammography and early detection programs nationwide. The Foundation also funds breast cancer research, though its main focus is on saving lives through early detection, especially among women with little or no access to health care. For more information, visit www.NBCF.com or call (913) 649-5905.

Bras Across the Bay Cruise October 6, Saturday, 6pm Put on your most fabulous pink outfit and board the Flagship Cruises & Events’ yacht “California Spirit” for an evening of amazing music by Bushwalla, a live artist painting of breast cancer survivors, pink cocktails and wonderful food as you watch the sun set on the San Diego Bay. Enjoy a two-and-a-half-hour cruise, full service cash bar, light hors d’oeuvres, entertainment for music and dancing featuring Bushwalla, and 25 miles of beautiful

downtown San Diego scenery. Boarding is at 6pm and the cruise leaves at 6:30. A portion of the ticket price goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure to help support breast health programs and treatments for the uninsured and under insured in San Diego County. Tickets $35. The ship leaves from 1050 North Harbor Drive, San Diego. For more information, visit http:// www.komensandiego.org.

Susan G. Komen Row for the Cure and Debbie Burton Walk October 28, Sunday Row for the Cure—Get your paddles and oars and join Row for the Cure on Sunday, October 28, for the 11th annual regatta at North Ski Beach  in  Mission Bay. This event is open to all human-powered craft, and all levels and ages are invited. Registration begins at 5:30 am with the event starting at 7 am. To register, please visit  www. regattacentral.com  and choose Row for the Cure/San Diego. Early entry deadline is October 20. If you would like to make a donation to the Row for the Cure, please visit www.regattacentral.com. Debbie Burton Walk- If you’d rather walk than row, join Debbie Burton Walk on Sunday, October 28,  at Lake Murray off of Murray Park Drive. The event begins at 12 pm and features entertainment, food, raffle prizes and more. At the start of the event, donations are taken, opportunity drawing tickets are available for purchase. Enjoy food, mingling, entertainment, and fun! At 1 pm the walk begins. This

is a fun 1.5 mile walk. Then, stick around for the announcement of the opportunity drawing winners at 2 pm. Susan G. Komen for the Cure was founded by Nancy Brinker in 1980. It has grown to be one of the largest breast cancer organizations in the world. Komen remains the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer across the globe. The San Diego Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure has served lowincome, uninsured women for 16 years. More than $1.2 million is currently at work in San Diego to provide free services and education to uninsured women primarily in the Latina, African American, Young Women and Filipina communities where breast cancer is the most aggressive and most deadly. For more information about these and other Susan G. Komen events, call (858) 573-2760 or visit www. komensandiego.org.


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City Wigs Hair Solutions–Your North County Provider for Alternative Hair Needs City Wigs owner, Helena Gibson, is dedicated to finding solutions to hair loss concerns and offers many alternatives ranging from temporary to permanent. At City Wigs Hair Solutions Helena and her staff work diligently to tailor their services to help you be as beautiful on the outside as you are on the inside. They offer free consultations and, for your comfort, they provide private fitting rooms. Their studio offers many specialized solutions for chemotherapy and radiation patients, including, but not limited to, medical hand-tied wigs which are the lightest and most natural looking. They also specialize in damaged and thinning hair, producing hair extensions for length or volume, as well as Laser therapy to help improve the scalp and the overall health and appearance of the hair. Laser hair therapy can also promote hair growth. The staff consists of licensed cosmetologists, all of whom are certified wig specialists trained in styling, cutting and wig design. City Wigs is the 2011 winner of the SBDC women-owned business of the year, and are members of the American Hair Loss Council and the National Hair Society. City Wigs’ new Extension Bar offers human hair extensions. The staff is trained in four types of extensions to assure the best solutions for your hair needs. Seamless is their most popular method: a full head of hair can be added in about an hour and lasts 6-8 weeks. They also offer custom color blending to achieve the most natural look. Helena has trained extensively throughout the county in multiple styles of hair extensions, hair addition techniques and hair replacement. Her work has been published in the trade publications National Hair Journal and The Link. She also published her first book last year “Secrets to Beautiful Hair,” tips and tricks to working with wigs and extensions. She is currently working on her second book due in the Spring of 2013. City Wigs Hair Solutions is open Tuesday-Friday 10-6 and Saturday & Monday 10-4:30. City Wigs has salons in Fresno and San Diego. The San Diego location is at 202 Lomas Santa Fe, just a block from the Solana Beach train station. Call (858) 755-9447, or visit www.citywigs.com.

San Diego 16th Annual Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure November 16-18 Once again, it begins at the Opening Ceremony at the Del Mar Fairgrounds Friday morning at 6:30am. Three days and 60 miles later, it ends in Petco Park at 4:30pm Sunday afternoon. Gearing up for this annual and historical event, participants commit to raising at least $2,300 each and spend several months training to prepare for it. They devote their entire three day weekend to the cause. Each year, there are thousands of walkers in San Diego whose combined efforts raise tens of millions of dollars for the fight against breast cancer. Also, about $240,000 stays in San Diego County to help fund local programs. The Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure is a 60-mile walk for women and men who want to make a personal difference. Since its inception in 2003, the Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure has raised well over $500 million. Proceeds help pay for global breast cancer research and local community programs supporting education, screening and treatment. It has helped pay for millions of breast screenings and has funded research, advocacy and community programs. Virtually every major advance in the fight against breast cancer in the last 30 years has been impacted by a Susan G. Komen grant. Participants walk 15-22 miles a day during the event. They are provided meals, snacks, drinks, shower facilities, tents, safety guidelines, and 24-hour medical support. A crew of volunteers spends the entire three days with the walkers and staff to make this event possible. There will be public cheering stations throughout the three days. Cheering station locations will be announced online two weeks prior to the event, so come out and show your support!

Thousands of women and men come together, each raising money for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Then they take their commitment to end breast cancer one step further and walk 60 miles over the course of three days. Seventy-five percent of the net proceeds raised by the 3-Day fund national research and large public health outreach programs. The remaining 25 percent funds local community and affiliate outreach programs. Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. The Del Mar Fairgrounds is located at 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. in Del Mar. For more information or to sponsor a walker visit www.komen.org or call 1-877 GO KOMEN.

Facelogic Offers Free Facials to Cancer Patients Several times a year, Facelogic Essential Skincare Spa, offers free facials to clients who are dealing with cancer. Their team of skilled skincare therapists, which includes Facelogic’s owner and Aesthetics Nurse, Stacy Simons, RN, CN, CH, is skilled in providing personal, gentle and nourishing skin care to compromised skin. The hands-on time of each facial is not only therapeutic, but emotionally nourishing as well. Simons says, “Cancer patients are often best served with our Signature Facial that is a natural botanical hydrating facial.” Since receiving her nursing degree from Emory University in 1986, Simons has spent many years working with Plastic/Reconstructive surgery patients in burn units and surgi-centers, and with Aesthetic/Cosmetic clients in med spas. In 2002 she became a Certified Nutritionist and has worked closely with a variety of clients, including cancer patients before, during, and after their treatment programs. Facelogic has been at the same location on El Camino Real in Encinitas, (in the BevMo shopping center) since 2009, but only recently, in March 2012, Simons saw a great

opportunity, and purchased the spa. It’s truly a perfect fit for Simons, the spa, and it’s clients. Facelogic specializes in affordable, luxurious and comforting skin care programs and products that encourage and maintain a healthy and youthful appearance. As an essential skincare spa, they offer high-end facials and products at affordable prices. Their extensive menu includes Signature Facials, Elite Facials, Microdermabrasion, Oxygen Facials, Chemical Peels, Waxing, Tinting, and Spray-Tanning. The 50-minute Signature Facials include a thorough skin analysis, therapeutic massage, deep cleansing, exfoliation, steam, and a mask for only $59 for first time clients. Facelogic is located at 208 N. El Camino Real, Suite C, Encinitas 92024. They are open Tuesday through Sunday. Call (760) 840-3223 (FACE) or visit www.facelogicspa.com/encinitas.


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5-K Race For The Cure The Headquarters Salon and Wig Store – New Location In San Diego in San Marcos November 4, Sunday Susan G. Komen for the Cure, San Diego is celebrating its 16th anniversary of supporting the under- and uninsured women and men of San Diego County to ensure all people get the services and treatment necessary to survive breast cancer. This year’s 5-K Race for the Cure is Sunday November 4, in Balboa Park. Register now and take the $15 Celebration Donation Challenge. Up to 75 cents on every dollar raised stays here in San Diego County to fund everything from free mammograms and surgeries to meal delivery and mortgage payments. The remaining 25% funds international research.  For more information call (858) 573-2760 or visit www.komensandiego.org.

Owner, hairstylist and wig specialist, Cathy Ketchum, is a little chagrinned about admitting how long she’s been working with wigs and styling hair. But experience really does matter in this business. Ketchum began working with wigs in East Lancing Michigan in 1975. She opened her first Headquarters Salon in San Marcos on Rancho Santa Fe Drive in 1985, and just recently opened a new, beautiful 2,700 square foot salon and wig store in San Marcos on North Twin Oaks Road near Hwy 78, across the street from the US Post Office. Located in the back of the salon is their very private consultation room for chemotherapy and hair loss patients. The Headquarters will find and fit you with the perfect wig. And because they are a full-service salon, they will custom cut your wig to perfectly fit you, and to make it even more natural, they will also color it to match your hair color or give it a perm. If you purchase a wig from them, they will cut it and customize it at no additional cost. Cathy says, “My whole heart is in the chemo side of the business. I just love my work so much. It’s not about the money.” The Headquarters Salon and Wig Store services include: men’s and women’s hair cuts, razor cuts, colors, perms,

weaves. They are a full retail men’s and women’s wig store and carry synthetic and human hairpieces by Jon Renau, Raquel Welch, and Eva Gabor. They offer free consulting and products by Murad such as their shampoo, conditioner and hair serum to promote hair growth. Walk-ins are welcome, but it is recommended to call ahead for an appointment. The Headquarters Salon and Wig Store is located at 405 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd #114, San Marcos 92069. Call (760) 744-2911 www.theheadquarterssalonandspa.com.

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Art Stomp: Boobs on the Move at Cedros Soles October 11, Thursday, 6-9pm A Boot Art auction to stop breast cancer is on Thursday, October 11, at Cedros Soles, located in the Design District of Solana Beach (on Cedros Ave. just north of the Belly Up Tavern). Benefitting The Brighter Sides’ non-profit – providing wigs, head coverings and other mastectomy products to uninsured and low-income women. The evening will bring live acoustic music, a raffle, complimentary food, beer/wine and a silent Boot Art auction; featuring the work of highly talented local and regional artists (auction closes at 8:30 pm). Each piece featured during the auction will incorporate or is inspired by the cowboy boot. Boobs on the Move has partnered with The Brighter Side’s non-profit; a local organization offering various mastectomy products, wigs and head covering to uninsured and low-income women. Why the boot? The cowboy boot has long been an inspiration and symbol of our grassroots, and represents strength, hard work and progress in our mission to prevent breast cancer. Cedros Soles is located at 143 South Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach. For more information, call (858) 356-2686 or visit boobsonthemove.org.

Taylors non-surgical hair replacement is for men and women. Their exclusive Elán, French style hair grafts are a revolutionary concept in hair grafts. Inspired by the finest Parisian hair restoration salons, the art of restoring hair non-surgically differs significantly from that in America. The capability to style hair according to the latest fashions is essential. To accomplish this, a higher degree of naturalness is paramount and requires a level of naturalness from the scalp to the hair. If you call now and mention the ad at the bottom of this page, you will receive $100 off the price of any

Elán hair graft. A private consultant will review pricing and answer any questions that you may have. Their studio, on Coast Hwy 101, is beautiful and very private. Taylors Hair Studio has two SoCal locations; one in Dana Point and the other, in Encinitas. Their Encinitas studio is located on Hwy 101 in Leucadia at 1636 N. Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas 92024. Please call (760) 681-7090 for an appointment or visit their website at www.taylorshairstudio.com. Please remember to mention the $100 discount offer below.

DermaEarth Now Available at Natural Skin Science At DermaEarth, we strive to Elevate Your Skins Health and Radiance through Natural Skin Science. We are committed to the ideal that anti-aging products can be free of unwanted chemicals, preservatives, colors and fragrances and still deliver cutting edge, scientifically proven and visible results! We make enhancing the beauty and long-term health of your skin our priority. DermaEarth formulations do not utilize natural or chemical ingredients that are recognized, or even suspect, as being undesirable for the long term health and overall beauty of your skin. Utilizing DermaEarth’s Lab-Natural Preservative Technology our

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Find a Complete Calendar of Events at www.HotinNorthCounty.com 10/1-2 The Old Globe Theatre presents Odyssey. $15. (619) 234-5623 www.theoldglobe.org 10/1 Before-N-After Botox Bazaar in San Marcos. Call (888) 240-6242. 10/1-6 Mira Costa College presents The 39 Steps, select days. $12. www.miracosta.edu/events 10/1-6 Sweeney Todd at the Moonlight Amphitheater. 7:30pm. $22-$50 www.vistixonline.com 10/1-7 Same Time, Next Year – by Bernard Slade. New Village Arts Theatre. $27-$29 (760) 433-3245 www.newvillagearts.org 10/1-10 Sam Bendrix at the Bon Soir. La Jolla Playhouse, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive. (858) 550-1010 www.lajollaplayhouse.org 10/1-14 Footloose - A Movie Musical. Birch North Park Theatre, 2891 University Avenue. (858) 560-5740 www.sdmt.org 10/1-21 The Old Globe Theatre presents Allegience - A New American Musical (619) 234-5623 www.theoldglobe.org 10/1-21 Glengarry Glen Ross. La Jolla Playhouse, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive. (858) 550-1010 www.lajollaplayhouse.org 10/1-21 Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps. Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach. (949) 497-2787 www.lagunaplayhouse.com 10/1-28 The Old Globe Theatre presents: Good People. (619) 234-5623 www.theoldglobe.org 10/1-30 LEGOLAND California- Brick-or-Treat every weekend in October. For children 12 and under. www.legoland.com 10/1-30 Seaworld’s Halloween Spooktacular from 1pm-6pm. Weekends only. Included with park admission. (800) 257-4268 www.seaworldspooktacular.com 10/1-31 National Breast Cancer Awareness Month- Time to wear your pink ribbon! 10/1-31 Radio Stations’ Amazing Pink Ribbon Challenge® (913) 649-5905 www.NBCF.com 10/1-31 Whale Watching for Grey and Blue Whales migrating south for the winter 10/1-31 Kids’ Free Days at the Zoo, Legoland, Museums, Safari Park and more! Children under 12. www.sandiegomuseumcouncil.org/kids-free-2012 10/1-31 The Haunted Hotel $15-$27 www.hauntedtrail.net 10/1-31 Del Mar Scream Zone at Del Mar Fairgrounds. $25-$30 www.thescreamzone.com 10/1-31 The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park $15-$30 www.hauntedtrail.net 10/1-11/11 Oceanside Museum of Art presents YOU: Investigating Identity. 704 Pier View Way, Oceanside. (760) 435-3720 www.oma-online.org 10/1-11/25 Bates Nut Farm Giant Pumpkin Patch. “Big Macs” weighing hundreds of lbs! M-F 9am-5pm, Weekends 8:30am-6pm. (760) 749-3333 www.batesnutfarm.biz 10/1-11/30 Ongoing Art Exhibits at the Encinitas Library. 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas. (760) 753-7376 10/1-11/30 San Diego Botanic Garden presents “Sculpture in the Garden” exhibit daily, 9am-5pm. 230 Quail Gardens Dr., Encinitas. (760) 436-3036 www.sdbgarden.org 10/1-11/30 Oceanside Museum of Art presents Facing West/Looking East. 704 Pier View Way, Oceanside. (760) 435-3720 www.oma-online.org 10/2 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 10/2-7 San Diego Civic Theatre presents Jekyll and Hyde $48-$266 www.sandiegotheatres.org 10/3 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/4 “Walk a Mile in her Shoes” event to benefit YWCA’s Becky’s House®. Check in 5pm, Walk 6pm, Party 7pm. (619) 239.0355 ext. 225 www.ywcasandiego.org 10/4 Big Gigantic at House of Blues www.hob.com 10/5-6 Stomp – A Rhythmic Experience. California Center for the Performing Arts. $20-$60. 8pm, Sat Matinee at 2pm. www.artcenter.org 10/5-13 Willy Wonka Jr. One Act Book Musical. Avo Playhouse, 303 Main Street. Fri & Sat 7pm, Sun 2pm. $15 www.vistixonline.com 10/6 Stephen Salters, baritone. California Center for the Performing Arts. $30-$47. 7pm. www.artcenter.org 10/6 Bras Across the Bay Cruise. The ship leaves from 1050 North Harbor Drive, San Diego. $35 www.komensandiego.org 10/6 Dr. Dog (Opening Band Cotton Jones). 4th and B. 9pm. www.4thandBevents.com 10/6 30th Annual Carlsbad Rotary Oktoberfest, noon-10pm. Holiday Park, Carlsbad. (760) 434-6093 www.RotaryOktoberfest.org 10/6 Arts Alive on the Coastal Rail Trail, 12-4pm. Solana Beach Costal Rail Trail. (858) 720-2454 10/6 Joey’s Comedy Night at Joey’s Smokin’ BBQs’ Docs Saloon 10/6 4th Annual Taste of North Park, 11am-4pm. $30-35. 21+ years. (619) 294-2501 www.northparkmainstreet.com 10/6 Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Oceanside Pier Amphitheater, 3pm-6pm. (858) 492-4400 www.ci.oceanside.ca.us 10/6 Del Mar Mud Run at Del Mar Fairgrounds. www.delmarmudrun.com 10/6-7 Old Town San Diego Art Festival. Includes international food and wine tasting. 10am-6pm. (619) 291-4903 www.oldtownartfestival.com 10/6-7 Julian Apple Days Festival at Menghini Winery, 10am-5pm. Adults $5, children 12 and under free. (888) 687-9288 www.jma.memberlodge.org/appledays 10/6-7 Bates Nut Farm Pumpkin Festival Craft Fair, 9am-5pm. 15954 Woods Valley Road, Valley Center. (760) 749-3333. http://www.batesnutfarm.biz 10/6-7 18th Annual Orchid Show and Orchid Sale at San Diego Botanic Gardens. Fri 3:30-5:30pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-4pm. 230 Quail Gardens Dr., Encinitas. (760) 436-3036 www.sdbgarden.org 10/6-7 Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division at Pala Casino Spa & Resort. Tickets are available at the Pala Box Office. (877) 946-7252 www.StarTickets.com 10/6-7 Del Mar Fairgrounds “Signature 6 Horse Show” 8am-5pm. Located at the horsepark. Free admission and parking. www.sdfair.com 10/6-27 Brick-or-Treat Halloween celebration at Legoland every weekend until Oct 27. Safe Halloween event for kids. (760) 918-5346 www.legoland.com 10/7 Mega Light Bollywood Music Program. California Center for the Performing Arts. $27-$150. 4pm. www.artcenter.org 10/7 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/7 Taste & Art Stroll in Del Mar, 10am-5pm, $25-30. Camino Del Mar and Pacific Coast Hwy starting at 15th Street, Del Mar. (858) 755-1179 www.delmarmainstreet.com 10/7 World Famous Gospel Brunch at House of Blues www.hob.com 10/7 Oktoberfest at Olivenhain Meeting Hall, Noon-4pm. www.olivenhain.org 10/7 Photocharity National Walk and Concert benefit for youth homeless shelters 8am (760) 505-7077 www.photocharity.com 10/8 Columbus Day 10/8 Dark Star Orchestra at Belly Up Tavern www.bellyup.com 10/9 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market 10/9 Kenny Loggins at the Belly Up Tavern $79-$84 21+ www.bellyup.com

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10/9-21 11th Annual Oceanside Music Festival. Multicultural, Broadway, choral, classical music and more. Various places and times. (760) 433-3632 10/10 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. 10/10-14 Disney on Ice presents Treasure Trove at Valley View Casino Center. Tickets $17-$55. (800) 745-3000 www.DisneyonIce.com 10/11 Art Stomp: Boobs on the Move at Cedros Soles. 6pm-9pm. (858) 356-2686 boobsonthemove.org 10/11 Cardiovascular Disease Foundation 10th Anniversary Celebration at The PowerHouse in Del Mar featuring chocolate and wine pairings. 6:30pm-9:30pm. $75. www.cvdf.org 10/11-13 The Little Mermaid Jr. at the Moonlight Amphitheater. 7pm. $13-$18 www.vistixonline.com 10/11-14 Showpark Fall Festival Horse Show at Del Mar Horsepark, 8am-5pm. Free admission and parking. www.showpark.com 10/12 National Arthritis Day 10/12 Poway Center for the Performing Arts presents Jake Shimabukuro $30-$125 8pm. www.powayarts.org 10/12 Fun Friday Nites at the San Elijo Recreation Center. 6pm-10pm Ages 4-12 $20 www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 10/12 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 10/12-14 Miramar Air Show at MCAS Miramar, San Diego. (858) 577-4126 www.miramarairshow.com 10/12 Improv Comedy at Cal State San Marcos Shows at 7pm and 8:30pm. In the Arts Building Room 111. www.csusmimprov.com 10/12-14 36th Annual Del Mar Fall Home Improvement Show at Del Mar Fairgrounds. Fri-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-5pm. , parking $9. www.delmarfairgrounds.com 10/13 Island-to-Island Stand Up Paddleboard Charity Relay from Santa Barbara Island to Catalina start 7am. www.islandtoislandwatermanrelay.com. 10/13 21st Annual Scarecrow Contest at Bates Nut Farm. (760) 749-3333 www.batesnutfarm.biz 10/13 Smashing Pumpkins at Viejas Arena www.livenation.com 10/13 American Choral Classics. California Center for the Performing Arts. 7:30pm. www.artcenter.org 10/13 Dr. John and the Blind Boys of Alabama. Balboa Theater. 8pm. www.sdbalboa.org 10/13 Pride at the Beach Festival – Gay pride event, Betty’s Lot, 238 N The Strand, Oceanside. 11am-6pm. (760) 672-1848 www.northcountypride.com 10/13 San Marcos Fire Department Open House, 10am-2pm. Fire fighting demonstrations, safety information and the opportunity for the community to talk with Carlsbad Fire Department staff. 10/13 10th Annual Because I Care Community Resource Fair. 10am-2pm. Located at the San Marcos Senior Center at 111 Richmar Ave., San Marcos. (760) 744-5535 www.csusm.edu/becauseicare 10/13-14 “Nuts for the Arts” Fine Art show and sale at Bates Nut Farm. (760) 751-1926 nutsforthearts@cox.net 10/13 Scarecrow contest at Bates Nut Farm 10/13 Fall Festival Mission Estancia Elem. School at 3330 Calle Barcelona, La Costa CA 92009 www.mepta.org 10/13-14 La Jolla Art and Wine Festival. Located in the La Jolla Village. 10am-6pm. $40-$45. (619) 233-5008 www.ljawf.com 10/13-14 Fiber Arts Fiesta at Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum. 10am-4pm. call (760) 533-5857, visit www.VistaFiberArtsFiesta.com 10/14 Michael McDonald at the Belly Up Tavern 21+ www.bellyup.com 10/14 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/14 21st Annual San Marcos Trails Day. 9am-Noon. Free, bring your horse or bike. www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 10/14 Horse Heritage Festival Featuring the 6th Annual Poker Ride’n’Stride $35/$100 9am-3pm www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 10/14 Alfie Boe. Balboa Theater. 7pm. www.sdbalboa.org 10/14 4th Annual Fifth Avenue Auto Showcase at the Gaslamp Quarter, K St. to E. St., 11am-4pm. (619) 233-5008 www.gaslamp.org 10/14 Free Family Art Day at Oceanside Museum of Art. 1-4pm. 704 Pier View Way, Oceanside. (760) 435-3720 www.oma-online.org 10/14-11/30 Oceanside Museum of Art presents Quilt National and Fiber Dialogues. (760) 435-3720 www.oma-online.org 10/15 American Association of University Women’s “Tech Treck” for girls Celebration. 2pm-4pm. www.aauwdelmore-leucadia.org 10/15 Before-N-After Botox Bazaar in San Marcos. Call (888) 240-6242. 10/16 Boating Class US Coast Guard at Escondido Chamber of Commerce (760) 213-5358. 10/16 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 10/17 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/17 Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson plays Thick As A Brick 1 & 2. Balboa Theater. 8 pm. www.sdbalboa.org 10/17 Beach & Country Guild 43rd annual Dia del Sol supporting United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego, 10am-1:30pm. $150-250. (858) 663-6214 www.beachandcountry.org 10/17-21 Del Mar Fall Festival 1 Horse Show. Wed 8am-7pm, Thurs-Sat 8am-10pm, Sun 8am-6pm. Located at Arena Complex at Del Mar Fairgrounds. Parking $9. www.jumpdelmar.com 10/17-11/11 North Coast Repertory Theatre presents: Words By, Ira Gershwin And The Great Ame. 987 Lomas Santa Fe Dr., Ste. D, Solana Beach. (858) 481-1055 www.northcoastrep.org 10/18 RAW Artists Presents: Provocations.Show 8:00pm. (619) 231-4343 www.4thandBevents.com 10/19 11th Annual Carlsbad Golf Classic at The Crossings Carlsbad, 10:30pm start. $195 (760) 929-1555 www.CarlsbadEd.org 10/19 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 10/19 Free International Film Series at MiraCosta College, “Of Gods and Men” (France, 2011), 1pm and 7pm. (760) 757-2121 10/19 Shaolin Warriors. Balboa Theater. 8pm. www.sdbalboa.org 10/19-20 La Costa Meadows Elementary School presents their 26th Annual Halloween Carnival. Fri 6pm-9pm, Sat 10am-5pm. 6889 El Fuerte, Carlsbad. www.lacostameadowselementary.org 10/19, 26-27 New Haunted Tales of the Ship, 6-10pm. Located at Maritime Museum on Embarcadero downtown. Tickets $8-15. www.sdmaritime.org 10/20 Sweetest Day 10/20 The Great Urban Race in San Diego, 12pm-5pm. Race Headquarters: McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon. www.greaturbanrace.com 10/20-21 MS Bay to Bay www.biketofinishms.com 10/20 Costume Contest and parade at Bates Nut Farm, registration 9am, parade begins 11am. www.batesnutfarm.biz 10/20 Escondido Downtown Street Faire, 10am-6pm, Grand Avenue between Centre City Parkway and Ivy Street. (760) 745-8877 www.downtownescondido.com

10/20 California Surf Festival honoring Hobie Alter. 6pm-10pm www.surfmuseum.org 10/20 10th Annual San Marcos VIBE Community outreach project. 8am-3pm. www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 10/20 2nd Annual Kayak/Stand Up Paddle Regatta Poker Run & SUP Race. 8am-1pm. (760) 804-1969 www.aguahedionda.org 10/20 Breakfast with the Littlest Pumpkin at the San Marcos Community Center. 7:30-11am. Adults $5, kids 10 and under $4. Pancake breakfast and carnival games. (760) 744-9000. www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 10/20-21 Bike MS Bay-to-Bay tour from Irvine to Mission Bay raising money for Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. www.biketofinishMS.com 10/20-21 Annual Fall Plant Sale at the San Diego Botanical Gardens, 10am-4pm. 230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas. (760) 436-3036 www.sdbgarden.org 10/20-21 San Diego Kids Expo and Fair at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. 10am-5pm. (619) 269-9441 www.sandiegokidsexpo.com 10/20-21 11th Annual Susan G. Komen “Survivor Crop” Scrapbooking Event. 9am. $125. (760) 630-2767 10/20-21 Del Mar Fairgrounds “Showpark County 6 Horse Show,” 8am-5pm. Located at horsepark. Free admission/parking. www.showpark.com 10/21 5th Annual Howl O’ Ween Doggie Costume Contest and parade at Bates Nut Farm, registration 9am, parade begins 11am. www.batesnutfarm.biz 10/21 Amadeus in Concert. California Center for the Performing Arts. $10-$40. 3pm. www.artcenter.org 10/21 Making Strides Walk at Balboa Park. Registration 7am, Walk 8am. (800) 227-2345 www.makingstrides.acsevents.org 10/21 Aspen Medical Products San Diego Triathlon Challenge in La Jolla www.chalengedathletes.org 10/22 Leon Russell at Belly Up Tavern www.bellyup.com 10/23-25 Vigiluccis Wine and Dine for a Cause 10% goes to Cancer Angels. Make reservations at any Vigilucci location. (760) 434-2580. 10/23 So You Think You Can Dance Tour. Civic Theater. 7:30 pm. www.sdbalboa.org 10/23 23rd Amnesty International Walk for Human Rights, 5:30pm-7:30pm, Oceanside Pier Amphitheater. (760) 731-0735 www.ci.oceanside.ca.us 10/23 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 10/23-25 Wine and Dine For A Cause to benefit Cancer Angels of San Diego. Various Vigilucci’s Restautants. www.Vigiluccis.com or www.cancerangelsofsandiego.org 10/24 United Nations Day 10/24 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/24-28 Del Mar Fall Festival 1 Horse Show. Wed 8am-7pm, Thurs-Sat 8am-10pm, Sun 8am-6pm. Located at Arena Complex at Del Mar Fairgrounds. Parking $9. www.jumpdelmar.com 10/24-11/1 MLB World Series 10/25 Vigiluccis Steakhouse 10th Anniversary dinner 6-9pm champagne and tiramisu call for reservations 760-434-2580 10/26 Improv Comedy at Cal State San Marcos Shows at 7pm and 8:30pm. In the Arts Building Room 111. www.csusmimprov.com 10/26 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 10/26 Family Halloween Party in San Marcos. 6:30-8:30pm at historic Wood House. $4 presale and $6 at the door. Call (760) 744-9000 www.san-marcos.net. 10/26-28 47th Annual Borrego Days Desert Festival. Fri 5pm-9pm; Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 9am-5pm. (619) 233-5008 www.borregospringschamber.com 10/27 Halloween Spookfest Swim. A non-competitive, social event at La Jolla Cove, 9am. www.lajollacovevswimclub.com 10/27 12th Annual Dos Equis XX Monster Bash at the Gaslamp Quarter, 6pm-midnight. $35-$45. (619) 233-5008 www.sandiegomonsterbash.com 10/27 Wild Child with Abbey Road at Belly Up Tavern www.bellyup.com 10/27 Cardiff Surf Classic & Green Beach Fair at Cardiff Seaside Beach. 8am-5pm. (760) 436-0431 www.cardiff101.com 10/27 Poway Center for the Performing Arts presents Natalie MacMaster $40-$125 8pm. www.powayarts.org 10/27 Dead Man’s Party (Tribute to Oingo Boingo) 8:00pm Tickets Available on www.4thandBevents.com 10/27 3rd Annual Howl O’Ween, a walkabout for people and pets, on N. Coast Hwy 101. (760) 436-2320 www.leucadia101.com 10/27-28 Cactus and Succulent Show and Sale at the San Diego Botanic Garden, 230 Quail Gardens Dr., Encinitas. Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm. (760) 436-3036 www.sdbgarden.org 10/27-28 NSSA Open Season at Oceanside North Pier Beach, 7am-5pm. (714) 378-0899 www.ci.oceanside.ca.us 10/27-28 San Diego Civic Theatre presents: Dracula the Ballet. Sat 8pm, Sun 5:30pm. $27-$67. www.sandiegotheatres.org 10/27-28 Escondido Renaissance Faire, 10am-6pm, Felicita County Park, 742 Clarence Lane, Escondido. (805) 496-6036 www.goldcoastfestivals.com 10/28 Bridal Bazaar at Exhibit Hall in Del Mar Fairgrounds, 10am-4pm. Admission $12, parking $9. Save $3 at www.bridalbazaar.com 10/28 Susan G. Komen Row for the Cure and Debbie Burton Walk at the 11th annual regatta at North Ski Beach in Mission Bay. 7am. www.regattacentral.com or www.komensandiego.org 10/28 Old California Restaurant Row in San Marcos Trick-or-Treat event. Free. 3pm-5 pm. www.oldcalrestaurantrow.com 10/28 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/28 Bruce Foxton from The Jam 8:00 pm. Tickets Available on www.4thandBevents.com 10/28 Oceanside’s 12th Annual Dia de los Muertos at Mission San Luis Rey, 10am-4pm. Festival traditions, music, international food, and bazaar. (619) 233-5008 www.sanluisrey.org 10/29 National Cat Day 10/29 Halloween on Elm in Carlsbad Village, 2-7pm. Halloween carnival, safe trickor-treating, bounce houses, and more! Free. www.carlsbadca.gov (760) 434-2815 10/29 Trek ‘n’ Treat 2nd Annual Walk-A-Thon at Oceanside Harbor, 9am-11:30am. (760) 729-3866 www.ci.oceanside.ca.us 10/29 Before-N-After Botox Bazaar in San Marcos. Call (888) 240-6242. 10/30 L.A. Lakers vs Dallas Mavericks (1st regular season home game). Staples Center, Los Angeles. 7:30pm. 10/30 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 10/31 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 10/31 Halloween 10/31 Halloween Trick or Treat Caravan at Olivenhain Meeting Hall, 5:30pm 10/31 Haunted Houses on Circulo Sequoia, La Costa (Carlsbad 92009) 10/31 Safe Trick-or-Treat on Pumpkin Lane along South Coast Hwy 101 (from Encinitas Blvd to K St.) in downtown Encinitas, 5-8pm. www.encinitas101.com 10/31 Boy Scout Troop 2000 Haunted Hotel in Olivenhain. www.bsatroop2000.org

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NOVEMBER 11/1 All Saint’s Day 11/1 Pansymonium: Dig Your Own Pansy Event at Weidners Gardens in Encinitas. Gates open 8am, Digging starts 9am. Free event. Kids under 12 dig 1 free pansy! (760) 436-2194 www.weidners.com 11/1 Vienna Boys Choir. Balboa Theater. 7:30 pm. www.sdbalboa.org 11/1 Día de los Muertos – Day of the Dead. California Center for the Performing Arts. Free. 6-9pm. www.artcenter.org 11/1-9 12th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival www.sdaff.org 11/1-25 Fall Arts & Craft Show at Julian Town Hall, 10am-4pm. www.julianca.com 11/2 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 11/2 Free International Film Series at MiraCosta College, “The Keys To The House” (Italy, 2004), 1pm and 7pm. (760) 757-2121 11/2 Light the Night Walk at Petco Park. Walk begins 7pm. Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fundraiser. www.lightthenight.org/sd 11/2-3 Bike the Coast/Taste the Coast at Oceanside pier Amphitheater, 4-8pm. Bicycle ride, food expo, cycling event. (760) 435-5041 www.bikethecoast.eventmediainc.com 11/2-4 Zombie Prom. Avo Playhouse, 303 Main Street. Fri 7pm, Sat 2pm & 7pm, Sun 2pm. $15 www.vistixonline.com 11/2-11 San Diego Beer Week. Various breweries. www.sdbw.org 11/2-11 Fallbrook Art Association’s Judged Show at Fallbrook Art Center, 103 South Main. Opening reception Fri 6-8pm. (760) 728-1414 www.fallbrookartcenter.org 11/3 Bike the Coast/ Taste the Coast www.bikethecoast.eventmediainc.com 11/3 Catalina Island Triathlon $100-$200 www.catalinaislandtriathlon.com 11/3 East County Cruisers Car Show and Toy Drive. Pancake Breakfast 7am-10am. Car Show 9am to 2pm. www.eastcountycruisers.com 11/3 Hike - Sunset Trail /Lake San Marcos Overlook. 9am-noon. Free www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 11/3-4 Escondido Renaissance Faire, 10am-6pm, Felicita County Park, 742 Clarence Lane, Escondido. (805) 496-6036 www.goldcoastfestivals.com 11/3-4 Christmas on the Farm at Bates Nut Farm. Sat 9am-4:30pm, Sun 9am-3:30pm. Valley Center. (760) 749-3333 www.batesnutfarm.biz 11/3-11/25 Wait Until Dark – by Frederick Knott. New Village Arts Theatre. Thurs-Sat 8pm, Sat Matinee 3pm, Sun Matinee 2pm. (760) 433-3245 www.newvillagearts.org 11/4 Daylight Saving Time Ends 11/4 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/4 San Marcos Alive Artwalk. 10am-4pm, Old California Restaurant Row - San Marcos Blvd. between Mission Rd. and Rancheros. (760) 744-9000 www.san-marcos.net 11/4 16th Annual Susan G. Komen 5K Race for the Cure in Balboa Park, San Diego. 8am. www.komensandiego.org 11/4 12th Annual Fall Back Festival in Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego at the Gaslamp Museum 11am-4pm. (619) 233-5008 www.gaslampquarter.org 11/5 101 Invitational Golf Tournament for Project Walk www.lumberyardinvitational.com 11/6 Carlsbad Village Street Faire, 8am-5pm. Located in the Carlsbad Village. (760) 945-9288 www.carlsbadca.gov 11/6 Election Day 11/6 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 11/6-12/16 Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots – World Premiere Musical. La Jolla Playhouse, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive. (858) 550-1010 www.lajollaplayhouse.org 11/7 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/7 Wow First Wednesdays – Monthly Musical Events. California Center for the Performing Arts. Free. 4pm and 7pm. www.artcenter.org 11/8 The Monkees. California Center for the Performing Arts. $50-$100. 8pm. www.artcenter.org 11/9 Fun Friday Nites at the San Elijo Recreation Center. 6pm-10pm Ages 4-12 $20 www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us

11/9 23rd Anniversary of Fall of Berlin Wall in 1989 11/9 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 11/9-12 34th Annual Dixon Lake Trout Derby, 6am-4pm. (760) 839-4680 www.ci.escondido.ca.us 11/10 Olivenhain Arts and Craft Fair at the Old Meeting Hall, 9am-4pm. www.olivenhain.org 11/10 Volcom Blowfish Surf Series. Ponto, Carlsbad 7am (949) 646-2175 ext. 6231 11/10 26th Annual MS Dinner Auction at Loews Coronado Bay Resort. (760) 448-8417 www.msdinnerauction.com 11/10-11 Head to Toe Women’s Expo at Del Mar Fairgrounds. Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm. $8 Parking $9 www.headtotoewomensexpo.com 11/10-18 The Old Globe Theatre presents Measure for Measure. (619) 234-5623 www.theoldglobe.org 11/11 Nova Goes Hollywood. California Center for the Performing Arts. $10-$40. 3pm. www.artcenter.org 11/11 We Remember - Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony in San Marcos. 2pm. (760) 744-1050 www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 11/11 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/12 Veteran’s Day 11/13 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 11/13-18 San Diego Civic Theatre presents: Cathy Rigby Is Peter Pan www.sandiegotheatres.org 11/14 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/14-18 Dralion – Cirque du Soleil at the Valley View Casino Center. Wed-Fri 7:30pm, Sat 3:30pm & 7:30pm, Sun 1pm & 5pm. $35+ (800) 745-3000 www.cirquedusoleil.com/dralion 11/14-18 9th Annual San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival, Downtown San Diego. Includes celebrity chefs, live auctions, and cooking classes. (619) 342-7337 www.worldofwineevents.com 11/15 Before-N-After Botox Bazaar in San Marcos. Call (888) 240-6242. 11/15 Nathan Pacheco. Balboa Theater. 7:30 pm. www.sdbalboa.org 11/15 37th Great American Smokeout (American Cancer Society) 11/16 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 11/16-18 The Del Mar Antique Show and Sale coming to the Del Mar Fairgrounds The show hours Friday & Saturday are 11am to 7pm; Sunday is 11am to 5pm. Additional Info 800-943-7501 11/16-18 Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk, begins 7am. 60 miles in 3 days. Fundraiser for breast cancer. www.the3day.org 11/17 Thanksgiving Turkey Splash & Dash Swim, La Jolla Cove, 9am. www.lajollacoveswimclub.org 11/17 25th Annual Toys for Tots Ride at North County House of Motorcycles, 9am-11am. Annual motorcycle benefit ride. (760) 470-4911 www.ci.oceanside.ca.us 11/17-18 Poinsettia GreenhouseTour at Weidners’ Gardens in Encinitas. Free. 10am. 12pm, 2pm. reservations suggested 760-436-2194 www.weidners.com 11/17-12/29 The Old Globe Theatre presents Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (619) 234-5623 www.theoldglobe.org 11/17-12/31 SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration, various days. Free with Park admission. (800) 25-SHAMU www.seaworldsandiego.com 11/17 Improv Comedy at Cal State San Marcos Shows at 7pm and 8:30pm. In the Arts Building Room 111. www.csusmimprov.com 11/17 Before-N-After Botox Bazaar in San Marcos. Call (888) 240-6242. 11/18 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/18 7th Annual Grinch Christmas Tree Lighting at The Old Globe Theatre in Balboa Park. Annual tree lighting on the Old Globe Plaza with a special performance, 6pm. Free. 11/18 Downtown with David Sedaris. Balboa Theater. 8pm. www.sdbalboa.org

December 12/1-2 Free Gift Wrapping at Barnes and Noble Encinitas courtesy of Encinitas Country Day School from 10am to 5pm. 12/1 Poway Center for the Performing Arts presents Vicki Lawrence: A Two Woman Show $50-$125 8pm. www.powayarts.org

12/1 Hike - Rancho Dorado/Rancho Carrillo. 9am-noon. Free www.ci.san-marcos.ca.us 12/1 Encinitas Holiday Parade. Tree Lighting Ceremony at 5pm. Parade starts down Coast Hwy 101 at 5:30pm

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11/18 Encinitas Annual Fall Festival, 9am-4pm. Holiday shopping, live music, food, and weekend fun. (760) 943-1950 www.encinitas101.com 11/19 Boz Scaggs at the Belly Up Tavern 21+ www.bellyup.com 11/19 NSSA Explorer Seasons Surf Contest at Seaside Reef-Cardiff By The Sea, 7am-4pm. (714) 960-9107 http://www.nssa.org/ 11/20 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 11/21 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/21 Skating by the Sea at Hotel Del in Coronado. Session price available online plus skate rental. Portion of benefits donated to Make-A-Wish Foundation of San Diego. www.hoteldel.com 11/21 Night Before Thanksgiving San Dieguito Interfaith Service. The whole community is invited. All religions and beliefs together in one big service to give thanks together. Call (760) 436-0654 for venue. Last year the event was at Temple Solel in Cardiff. 11/22 Thanksgiving Day 11/22 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 11/22 7th Annual Oceanside Turkey Trot and Kids Pier to Pier, 7am-11am. 5Mile/5K run/walk and kids’ races. Oceanside Civic Center, 330 N. Coast Hwy, Oceanside. www.osideturkeytrot.com 11/22 Thanksgiving Day Turkey Dinner all day at Tip Top Meats in Carlsbad (760) 438-2620. Fantastic Turkey Dinner served all day long 11/22 Thanksgiving Dinner at Pacifica Del Mar in Del Mar www.pacificadelmar.com 11/22 Thanksgiving Dinner at Hunters Steakhouse in Oceanside. www.huntersteakhouse.com 11/22 11th Annual Thanksgiving Day Run. Father Joes Villages 7:45am start at Balboa Park my.neighbor.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=411 11/23 Black Friday (Shopping day) 11/23 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 11/23-25 Santa’s Coming Craft Fair at Bates Nut Farm. Fri-Sat 9am-4:30pm, Sun 9am-3:30pm. Valley Center. (760) 749-3333 www.batesnutfarm.biz 11/23-12/24 Art of the Holidays at Fallbrook Art Center, 103 South Main Street. Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun noon-3pm. Free admission, donations appreciated. (760) 728-1414 www.fallbrookartcenter.org 11/24 Holiday of Lights begins at Del Mar Fairgrounds Racetrack. Nightly through Jan 1. Sun-Thurs 5:30-10pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-10:30pm. Tickets $14/$19 per car. (858) 723-4252 www.sdfair.com 11/24 San Diego Civic Theatre presents: Straight No Chaser. 8pm. $40-$52 www.sandiegotheatres.org 11/24 Polynesian Underground Doors open at 8:00 pm, show at 9pm. Tickets Available on www.4thandBevents.com 11/24 Julian Living Christmas Tree lighting at 6pm. (760) 765-1857 www.julianca.com 11/25 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/26-12/2 USTA National Men’s and Women’s 40’s Hard Court Championships and Father & Son, Grandfather & Grandson Championships at La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club www.ljbtc.com 11/27 La Costa Canyon Farmer’s Market at La Costa Canyon High School. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/pages/La-Costa-Canyon-Farmers-Market/ 379951075405125 11/27-12/23 Plaid Tidings – A Special Holiday Edition of Forever Plaid. Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach. (949) 497-2787 www.lagunaplayhouse.com 11/28 California State University San Marcos Farmer’s Market. 10am-2pm. Free. www.facebook.com/SanMarcosFarmersMarket 11/28 Holiday Festival at the Hotel Del. Special family event, prizes, ice-skating and photos with Santa. www.hoteldel.com 11/30 Rocky Horror Picture Show at the La Palomar Theatre in Encinitas, Midnight showing. $9 Adults, Under 12/Over 60 $7 www.lapalomatheatre.com 11/30-12/1 The Nutcracker – with San Diego Academy of Ballet. California Center for the Performing Arts. $17-$42. Fri 7:30pm, Sat 1pm and 7pm. www.artcenter.org 12/5 Wow First Wednesdays – Monthly Musical Events. California Center for the Performing Arts. Free. 7pm. www.artcenter.org 12/7 Fun Friday Nites at the San Elijo Recreation Center. 6pm-10pm Ages 4-12 $20

MCAS Miramar Air Show October 12, 13, 14

We’ve Giving Away Free Grandstand Tickets!

Marine Corps Air Station Miramar is host once again to the largest Air Show in the country! This year they are honoring Marines in Flight: Celebrating 50 Years of Space Exploration. MCAS Miramar is honored to host an amazing lineup of military and civilian performers and is pleased to welcome back the world famous U.S.Navy Blue Angels for what is sure to be another thrilling performance. The Air Show takes place October 12-14, at MCAS Miramar. Complementing the aerial performances, the flight line will have military equipment exhibits, air show memorabilia, and plenty of refreshments. During the air show everyone will have the opportunity to spend time with our military’s most important asset - our service members. Talking with these brave young men and women will reveal their dedication and passion for protecting our nation and our way of life.

The air show has been a Miramar tradition for more than 50 years. The first large-scale Miramar Air Show was in 1953 which was then Naval Air Station Miramar, and 300,000 people attended. The event faced cancellations throughout the 1960s and 1970s due to the Vietnam War, but since 1974, it was held without interruption until it was cancelled in 2001 due to the September11 attacks. The following items are prohibited on the flight line: Any type of weapons, alcoholic beverages, pets, glass containers, ice chests larger than two gallons, bags and backpacks larger than 8 x 11 inches (standard backpack), bicycles, skates, scooters and skateboards. The following items are permitted on the flight line: Non-alcoholic beverages, cameras, camcorders, cell phones, PDAs, folding chairs, umbrellas To get there, take I-5 to the Miramar Rd. exit, and follow Miramar Rd. to the west gate of MCAS Miramar.

Bike MS Bay-to-Bay Tour to Fight MS From Irvine to Mission Bay, cyclists of all ability levels are riding down the coastline to create a world free of multiple sclerosis. Voted by the readers of Competitor Magazine as one of the “Best Cycling Events” in Southern California, Bike MS offers a fullysupported coastal ride of 15, 30, 100 or 150 miles over 1 or 2 days. The tour boasts one of the most scenic and beautiful routes in the country, rolling along the pacific

To purchase special seating (grandstand, box seat, and chalet) call (619) 220TIXS. For more information call (858) 577-1000 or visit www.miramarairshow.com. Enter to Win a Pair of Grandstand Tickets! Sit in the Grandstands so you won’t miss a thing. The Grandstands are set up right along the runway and have unobstructed views of the air and ground performances. Just visit www.HotinNorthCounty.com and fill in the simple entry form. Ticket winners will be randomly selected and notified by phone and email. Some restrictions apply. Only one entry per person is permitted to register. Best of luck! See you at the amazing MCAS Miramar Air Show!

October 20-21, Saturday and Sunday

south coast. The Multiple Sclerosis fundraising and awareness bike event is sponsored by Land Rover of Miramar. Participants and spectators enjoy a Finish Line Festival on Day One at the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa, complete with tasty food, live entertainment, a health expo and beer garden. Day two finishes in Mission Bay with more fun and a delicious barbeque. Join over 2,500 cyclists as

they do their part to make their mark on MS, the most common neurological disease leading to disability in young adults. Learn more or register to be a part of the fun today at www.biketofinishMS.com.


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Bates Nut Farm’s Giant Pumpkin Patch and Fall Activities Open Daily through November 25, 9am-5pm M-F, 8:30 – 6pm Weekends Win a Family Getaway to the Farm in a Stretch Limo! For more than forty years, Bates Nut Farm’s 100-acre farm has been providing a breathtaking setting for visitors of all ages. Big Mac Jack ‘O Lantern pumpkins in a variety of sizes and shapes, mini pumpkins, decorative gourds, corn stalks and hay bales are all available in their famous Pumpkin Patch. There will be special events throughout October and November including a Pumpkin Festival, a Scarecrow Contest, a Nuts for the Arts Festival and family-oriented activities such as a costume parade, costume contests, a straw maze, tractor hay rides, and a petting zoo. On weekends there are pony rides, face painting, barbeque and delicious food and drinks and live musical entertainment. Grab a wheelbarrow and go right out into their 15 acre pumpkin patch to choose your own Big Mac —sometimes weighing anywhere from 50–200 pounds! In addition to all the great events and activities on the farm, a visit to the Bates Nut Store is an amazing treat unto itself. There you’ll find holiday gifts, gift packs, gift baskets, unique Halloween and Christmas supplies, and a huge assortment of dried fruit, glazed fruit, raw, roasted and salted nuts, chocolates, sugar free candy, snacks and so much more! Bates Nut farm is located nearby in Valley Center at 15954 Woods Valley Road, Valley Center, CA 92082. Go

east on Hwy 78 to the end and turn right on Broadway and then left on Washington. Then go left on East Valley Parkway towards Valley Center and turn right on Woods Valley Road. Bates Nut Farm is on the left side. Call (760) 749-3333 or visit www.batesnutfarm.biz. Win a Family Getaway and Take the Family in a Stretch Limo! The North County Sun and www.HotinNorthCounty. com along with Bates Nut Farm and NorthStar Limos want to treat you and your family to a day on the farm! Two families will win a special day on the farm and one will win the Grand Prize and ride to the farm in style in one of NorthStar’s luxury limousines. Once

there, you will get a free ride on the Tractor Hay Ride Wagon, tickets to the Straw Maze, a $20 gift certificate to use in the Pumpkin Patch or in the Country Store, and you’ll get to take home a Giant Big Mac Pumpkin! Enter to win a day on the farm by visiting www. HotinNorthCounty.com and by filling out the simple form. Two winning families will be randomly selected. Some restrictions apply. $30 tip for the limo driver is requested. Best of luck! See you this fall at Bates Nut Farm!

Bates Calendar of Events: Daily–Bates Nut Farm’s famous Pumpkin Patch is open daily from 9:00 – 5:30 M – F, and 8:30 – 6:00 on weekends. Grab a barrel and pick your own pumpkin. There are several types of pumpkins and squash to choose from. October 6 and 7–“Pumpkin Festival” Craft Fair and live entertainment. Over 80 artisans will be selling a variety of handmade crafts and fine art. See beautiful jewelry, woodworking, candles, toys, and many other handmade and one-of-a kind items. The Valley Center Lions Club will be serving pancakes, eggs, bacon, and sausage from 7 am to 10 am. October 13–21st Annual Scarecrow Contest. Friends and families have enjoyed designing and building a scarecrow to exhibit in the Bates Pumpkin Patch. Each entry receives a free Jack-O-Lantern pumpkin and a certificate of participation. Bring scarecrows and a completed registration form to Bates before 10 a.m. Saturday, October 13th. Cash prizes and Bates Gift Certificates are awarded through fourth place at the 1pm awards ceremony. Registration forms are available at www.batesnutfarm.biz. October 13 and 14–“Nuts for the Arts” Fine Art show and sale. More than 50 artists will be at Bates Nut Farm displaying their original artwork from 9:30 – 4:30. In addition to the beautiful artwork, there will be live music and food. For more information or an exhibitor’s application, call Dallas Clites at (760) 751-1926 or email nutsforthearts@cox.net. October 27 and 28–Costume Parades & Contests. Saturday’s contest begins at 1pm, with several categories offered for children and adults alike, with Bates Bucks awarded through third place in each age category. The 5th annual “Howl-O-Ween” Doggie Costume Contest is Sunday 10/28 at 11am. Bring your special four legged friend dressed up in their favorite costume, and compete for prizes! November 3 - East County Cruisers Car Show and Toy Drive. The Valley Center Lions Club Pancake Breakfast is from 7-10 a.m. Car Show is from 9am to 2pm. Visit www.eastcountycruisers.com. November 3 and 4–“Christmas on the Farm” is an amazing Craft Fair featuring handmade items just in time for holiday shopping. Over 100 artisans will be on hand selling a variety of crafts and fine art. The Valley Center Lions Club Pancake Breakfast is from 7-10 a.m. November 23 -25–“Santa’s Coming” Craft Fair. The Valley Center Lions Club Pancake Breakfast is from 7-10 a.m.

3rd Annual Del Mar Mud Run 5k Island-to-Island Waterman October 6, Sat, 8am-2pm Charity Paddleboard Relay Finishing a race has never been as downright dirty as it is in Del Mar. VAVi Sports & Social Club (San Diego’s premier coordinator of social events, charity opportunities, and adult sports league) presents the 3rd annual Del Mar Mud Run 5k, with 7,000 individuals participating with an additional few thousand spectators. The obstacle course resembles that of a boot camp with a short wall, belly crawl, cargo net climb, a hay bale obstacle, and, of course, plenty of slimy mud pits. The course is a challenge for all fitness levels, and most teams and individuals complete the course within 30 minutes to an hour. Registration options include individual competitor, four-person team and unlimited team sign-ups (for groups

of five or more), with each category ranging in price. Race times are at 8am and continue every hour until 2pm. Awards are given out in each time slot for best Mud Run times, in addition to a contest judging the best costumes worn for the race. During the times when participants and spectators are not watching, or competing in the run, they can enjoy the Mud Fest after party, which includes live music and DJs, a beer garden, and food vendors. The Mud Run is located at Del Mar Track and Fairgrounds at 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar. For more info call (858) 273-3485 x10. Purchase tickets online at www.DelMarMudRun.com.

Cardiff Surf Classic & Green Beach Fair at Cardiff Seaside Beach October 27, Saturday, 8-5pm Cardiff 101 Main Street will host its annual Cardiff Surf Classic & Green Beach Fair on October 27 at Cardiff State Beach. Attendees will enjoy a variety of musical entertainment on a solar-powered stage, multiple kids’ activities including two performances from the San Diego Zoo’s Dr. Zoolittle, delicious organic food, and fun surf contests for adults and kids. This volunteer-run event could not happen without the generous financial support of their sponsors and

diverse exhibitors. Your participation is welcome at this wonderful community event. The mission is to bring environmental awareness to our coastal communities. Local San Diego professionals, government and non-profit organizations in all fields including architecture, building materials, energy and conservation, food and agriculture, reuse and recycling, transportation, eco-friendly products and environmental education have booths exhibiting their services and products to encourage a more sustainable lifestyle. For more information, call (760) 436-0431, visit www.cardiff101.com, or visit www.cardiffsurfclassic.com.

7th Annual Pacific Marine Credit Union O’side Turkey Trot November 22, Thurs, 7am–11am Come “move your feet before you eat” this Thanksgiving at Oceanside’s 7th Annual PMCU Turkey Trot 5Mile/5K run/ walk and kids races. Join one of the fastest growing holiday traditions and have fun participating in this event. Be sure to bring the whole family, as there will be races for everyone. The race course is a very fast downhill 5Mile/5k

which starts at the Oceanside Civic Center (330 N. Coast Hwy, Oceanside) and finishes at the Pier area along the Beach. There are finisher medals for all, age division awards and finish line food. $5 from the entry fee will go to an Oceanside school of choice. For more information and registration visit www.osideturkeytrot.com.

Santa Barbara Island to Catalina October 13, Saturday, 7am Start The Island-to-Island long-distance, open– ocean paddleboard race will take place on Saturday, October 13, 2012. This is only the third race of its kind in Southern California. Giles Douglas, 61, resident of Encinitas, California, produced the first transchannel island paddleboard race in 2004, and is doing so again this year, only much bigger this time. Douglas, a well respected waterman, used to compete in every major paddleboard race in California, Hawaii, and Australia until a boating accident in Malaysia in December 2009 almost took his life. After months of multiple surgeries and being in a foreign hospital, he returned to Encinitas. He is now battling cancer himself. Thankful to be alive, Douglas is putting on this event and is donating its proceeds to the City of Hope for cancer research, as he has done in past years. The Island-to-Island Waterman Relay will begin at Santa Barbara Island at 7am, October 13, and will end at the Isthmus,of Catalina Island. The event will include four separate classes in teams of three: Stand Up paddle 14’; Traditional lay down paddleboards; OC 1’s; and Surf Ski’s. The course travels due east and is approximately 28 nautical miles. At 3pm the gate opens to the event and at 3:30 one of California’s best Polynesian shows will begin. An awards ceremony with a catered dinner, dancing and cocktails will begin around 7:30 pm. The event will conclude promptly at 10:30 pm. There will be lodging, camping, and boating options available for all contestants and attendees. Anyone wishing to attend the event can ride over and return aboard the Catalina Express out of San Pedro at the close of the event. Call Catalina Express for daily departures. For more information about dates, times and details, please visit www.islandtoislandwatermanrelay.com or Island to Island Waterman Relay on Facebook.


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Win Free Tickets to Four Great Shows at the House of Blues The North County Sun and www. HotinNorthCounty.com have once again partnered with the House of Blues San Diego and Live Nation, the biggest concert promoter in the United States, to give away tickets to see four amazing shows at the world famous House of Blues. Win a pair of tickets to see: Big Gigantic on Oct 4; Less Than Jake on Oct 11; Patti Smith on Oct 14; and Beth Orton on Oct 22. If you’re looking for the best entertainment in San Diego this fall, The House of Blues is one of the fin-

est venues in the country to see live shows and concerts. The House of Blues is located on 5th Avenue in Downtown San Diego in the Gaslamp District. The House of Blues features the most sought after performers and performances in the world. For complete concert information, visit www.hob.com and www.livenation.com. Win Free Tickets! It’s easy to win tickets to see one of these four great shows at the House of Blues San Diego. Just

visit www.HotinNorthCounty.com and fill in the simple entry form. Select your top three choices. Ticket winners will be randomly selected and contacted by phone, email or both. We cannot guarantee your selections. Only one entry per person is allowed. Some restrictions apply. Must be 18 years or older to win tickets. Promoters are not liable for change in dates, times or cancellations. Best of luck, and see you this fall at the House of Blues in San Diego!

Oct 4

Oct 11

Oct 14

Oct 22

Big Gigantic

Less Than Jake

Patti Smith

Beth Orton

CONCERTS 345 B Street | San Diego, CA 92101 | ☎ 619.231.4343 ARTIST/ SUPPORT

Get tickets at www.livenation.com, the venue box office, all Ticketmaster outlets including Ritmo Latino, or charge by phone at 800.745.3000.

SHOW DATE/TIME

GENRE

Radio Latina Presents Aleks Syntek Private  Listening Party

Thurs., 10/4

Latin Pop

Hulk Hogan’s Micro Championship Wrestling

Fri., 10/5, 9:00pm

Wrestling

Sat., 10/6, 9:00pm

Indie Rock

ARTIST & SUPPORT

DATE

VENUE

Dr. Dog w/Cotton Jones

91x Presents The Wombats VH1 You Outta Know Presents Ed Sheeran w/ Passenger

Mon., 10/1, 7:30pm Tues., 10/2, 8:00pm

House of Blues House of Blues

Thursday Night Tributes—VIVA w/Viva Halen Tribute to Van Halen and more

Sat., 10/11, 8:00pm

Tribute Bands

Furthur w/ Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jeff Chimenti, John Kadlecik, Joe Russo, Sunshine Becker, Jeff Pehrson Mac Miller w/ Travis Porter and YG

Tue, 10/2, 7:00pm

RAW Artists Presents Provocations w/Various Artists

Thurs., 10/18, 9:00pm

Art Show

Asi Suena Presents Jarabe de Palo Big Gigantic w/ Griz Florence + the Machine w/ The Weeknd, Maccabees

Wed., 10/3, 7:00pm Thur., 10/4, 9:00pm Thur. 10/4, 7:00pm

Open Air Theatre @ SDSU Open Air Theatre @ SDSU House of Blues House of Blues Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre House of Blues House of Blues

91X Presents Kimbra w/ Stepkids Admiral Fallow

Wed, 10/3, 7:30pm

Fri., 10/5, 7:30pm Fri., 10/5, 8:00pm

(5th Ave Side Stage)

Nightwish w/ Kamelot The Slumerican Tour ft. Yelawolf w/ Rittz, Trouble Andrew, Dj Vajra HOB & Casbah Present The Hives AWOLNATION w/ Imagine Dragons, Zeale MCL Presents: A Night of Comedy Less Than Jake w/ The Mad Caddies, Flatfoot 56 KPRI Presents Eric Hutchinson w/ The Makepeace Brothers The Smashing Pumpkins An Evening with Patti Smith Casbah Presents Bombay Bicycle Club w/ Vacationer Casbah Presents Stars w/ Diamond Rings, California Wives Brad Paisley, Virtual Reality World Tour 2012 w/ The Band Perry and Scotty McCreery Casbah Presents Major Lazer KPRI Presents Beth Orton w/ Sam Amidon Matt & Kim Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ‘The Heist’ World Tour w/ DEE-1, Xperience Two Door Cinema Club w/ Friends LONGLIVEA$AP Tour feat. A$AP ROCKY w/ A$AP Mob, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown Public Image Ltd. Featuring John Lydon of the Sex Pistols Grace Potter & The Nocturnals All Time Low w/ The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction, Hit the Lights The Green

Sat., 10/6, 8:00pm Sun., 10/7, 8:00pm Mon., 10/8, 8:00pm Tue., 10/9, 8:00pm Wed., 10/10, 7:00pm Thur., 10/11, 7:00pm Fri., 10/12, 8:00pm Sat., 10/13, 7:30pm Sun, 10/14, 8:00pm Tues., 10/16, 8:00pm Wed., 10/17, 8:00pm Thu., 10/18, 7:30pm Sat., 10/20, 8:00pm Mon., 10/22, 8:00pm Wed., 10/24, 7:30pm Thur., 10/25, 8:00pm

House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues Viejas Arena House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues

Fri, 10/26, 7:30pm Sun., 10/28, 8:00pm

SOMA House of Blues

Mon., 10/29, 8:30pm Wed., 10/31, 8:30pm Thur., 11/1, 7:00pm Fri., 11/2, 7:30pm

House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues

Yuridia w/ Reyli

Sat, 11/3, 8:00pm

The AP Tour featuring Miss May I w/ The Ghost Inside, Like Moths to Flames, The Amity Affliction, Glass Cloud Durango Presents Delta Spirit w/ Fidlar Brandi Carlile Misfits w/ Attack, Laramie Dean Casbah Presents Minus The Bear w/ Cursive, Girl in a Coma

Sun., 11/4, 6:30pm

Open Air Theatre @ SDSU House of Blues

Tues., 11/6, 8:30pm Wed, 11/7, 8:00pm Thur., 11/8, 8:30pm Sun., 11/11, 8:00pm

House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues House of Blues

Wed, 11/14 – Sun, 11/18 Valley View Casino Center Thur., 11/15, 7:00pm House of Blues Epica w/ Alestorm, Insomnium, System Divide Sat, 11/17, 8:00pm Viejas Arena Enrique Bunbury Casbah Presents The Faint plays Danse Macabre w/ Casket Girls Tue., 11/20, 7:30pm House of Blues Fri/ 11/23, 8:00pm House of Blues Unwritten Law w/ Versus the World House of Blues The Holiday Hangover Party ft The Cured w/ Strangelove, Joshua Sat, 11/24, 8:00pm Tree, Murmur Cirque du Soleil Presents Dralion

ZOE w/Fobia, Los Bunkers, Christopher Leyva’s Falling Doves

Sat., 10/20, 9:00pm

Latin Rock

Banda Los Recoditos

Fri. 10/26, 10:00pm

Regional Mexican

Dead Man’s Party Tribute to Oingo Boingo

Sat. 10/27, 8:00pm

Tribute Band

Bruce Foxton From THE JAM

Sun., 10/28, 8:00pm

New Wave / Rock

Musiq Soulchild

Wed., 11/7, 9:00pm

R&B, Soul

Polynesian Underground Presents JBOOG w/Hot Rain Sat., 11/24, 9:00pm

Hawaiian / Reggae

To purchase tickets online please visit 4thandbevents.com or ticketmaster.com

MiraCosta College Music MiraCosta Show Choir October 13 – 7:30pm This performance features the creative work from the MiraCosta Show Choir and Contemporary Vocal Ensemble classes, choreographed by Dave Massey with musical arranging by Arlie Langager. Special student-directed pieces feature original choreography and vocal arrangements. A highlight of the event features performers from high schools from all around North County. Theatre, Bldg. 2000, Oceanside Campus. General admission, $10; seniors/staff, $8 Orchestra Concerts October 20 – 7:30pm, October 21 – 3 p.m. The full orchestra of MiraCosta College students and musicians from North County join to perform complete symphonic works in the ideal acoustics of the Concert Hall. Directed by Branden Muresan. Concert Hall, Bldg. 2400, Oceanside Campus. General admission, $10; students/seniors, $8 Frequency Sneak Peek October 25 – 7:30pm Get your first look at this year’s Frequency Vocal Jazz Program! This preview concert will be the first on-campus performance for the vocalists and instrumentalists, and will prepare the choir to travel to San Luis Obispo to perform at the Cuesta College Vocal Jazz Festival in November. Repertoire will be presented by both the vocal jazz ensembles and selected soloists. Directed by Matt Falker. Music Bldg. 2200, Studio A, Oceanside Campus. General admission,$10; students/seniors/staff, $8 MiraCosta Choirs in Concert October 28 – 3pm The Chamber Choir and Chorale present Gabriel Faure’s ethereal work,Requiem, using the orchestration from the performance he conducted at La Madeleine in Paris in 1893. Directed by Arlie Langager. Concert Hall, Bldg. 2400, Oceanside Campus. General admission, $10; students/seniors, $8 The Wee Trio & Jazz Collective November 29 – 7:30pm Rooted in jazz, The Wee Trio finds ways to break boundaries encompassing their other roots in rock and fusion. Their latest creative tour-de-force is entitled, Ashes To Ashes — A David Bowie Intraspective. Hailed by critics as “the ambassadors of the genre’s future,” praised for “stirring up jazz you don’t have to be old to enjoy,” and credited for delivering “lightning in a bottle,” The Wee Trio, featuring James Westfall (vibes), Dan Loomis (bass) and Jared Schonig (drums). Concert Hall, Bldg. 2400, Oceanside Campus. General admission, $10; students/seniors, $8. Visit www.music.miracosta.edu.


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From Humble Beginnings to One of the Biggest Talents in America An Interview with San Diego’s American Idol Superstar Jessica Sanchez From every season of FOX TV’s number one reality singing show, a new American Idol emerges on top as America’s favorite singer. This season, it came down to the final episode, and out of 132 million votes, 16 year old (now 17), San Diego native, Jessica Sanchez, with perhaps the best voice ever heard on Idol, came in second to the laid-back Idol winner, Phillip Phillips. Jessica, a home-schooled high school student from Chula Vista whose father is currently deployed in Singapore, has worked hard to achieve her goal - to help out her family through her voice. At 11 years old, she came close, as a contender for the wild card during the first season of America’s Got Talent; but she didn’t give up. That persistence worked well for her, and now her name is known all across the U.S. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Jessica and found her to be soft-spoken, polite and very humble. This is how our conversation went. Serena: When you were on American Idol, did you get to hang out with the judges and get to know them? Jessica: Not at all. The only interaction was what you guys saw on TV. There wasn’t any backstage stuff where they had their favorites or anything like talking to them or chilling with them. It was all just professional, pretty much. Serena: So when you were on stage getting critiqued, which judge did you feel like you connected with the most? Jessica: I think I connected with all of them. I Phillip  Phillips  and  Jessica  Sanchez— mean I loved it when they gave Photo by FOX TV

me the best criticism they could have given. I can’t really pick a favorite. Serena: Did you ever feel like the judges were unhelpful at all? Jessica: No, not at all. I think they told me how they felt from a viewer’s point and from a professional point, too. I mean, they knew what they were talking about. Serena: Every week you had to memorize a bunch of songs. Were you ever panicked about memorizing all those songs or did you know most of them? Jessica: Some of them I had never heard. It was difficult because we would have to learn them in a couple of days. It was definitely challenging but we all got through it. Serena: So, how did you go about memorizing them? Did you just listen to the songs over and over? Jessica: I’ve always been really good at memorizing stuff. I would do YouTube covers, so memorizing a song was like a piece of cake to me. But with all that stress and with everything else going on – you know, we were doing photo shoots and everything while trying to memorize a song. It was difficult; but, hey, I memorized them! (laughs) Serena: Up to this point, you’ve just been doing covers. Now you’ll be making your own albums. How do you feel about having actual writers write songs that will be tailored just for you? Jessica: It’s an amazing feeling. As a little kid, I always wanted to be on American Idol and experience that. But I’ve always wanted to make an album with my own songs and show everybody who I really am. Now I have a chance to do that, so I’m really proud and excited about everything that’s going my way. Serena: Are you participating in the song writing for your new album? Jessica: At this moment, no. All the songs that they’re showing me right now are amazing to me. I don’t think that they really need many changes. But if I feel like there needs to be maybe something changed then I’ll definitely bring it up. Serena: Before you were on American Idol you were on America’s Got Talent. I heard that after you went on America’s Got Talent a lot of kids at school suddenly want-

ed to be your friend just because you had been on such a popular TV show. How did you deal with that? Jessica: During middle school it got kind of like that, but people weren’t very blunt about it. You could tell a little bit, I guess. It wasn’t that I was a singer but people knew me for that and it made me a little uncomfortable because I was known as Jessica Sanchez the Singer instead of just Jessica. It was weird. I’m the type of person who’s really picky when it comes to making friends. I love people who are down-to-earth and like to keep themselves private. Not like, “Oh yeah, Jessica’s my friend” and all that. I don’t really have many close friends; but there’s a reason for it. Serena: Were you popular in school? Jessica: My name was popular, I guess you could say. People knew who I was and would come up to me and say “hey”—people I had never even talked to before —but they weren’t like friends. People knew who I was, but we didn’t really hold conversations. Serena: How are you handling being famous now? Jessica: Literally, I don’t really feel famous. (laughs) I just feel like even though we’re out of the Idol bubble we’re still in this world where we’re not really seeing what other people are listening to. Like, I don’t even know what’s playing on the radio right now or what’s going on. (laughs) Deandre and I took a taxi one time and there was one of those little TVs in the taxi and on a commercial we saw Phillip and we were freaking out. I mean it’s just weird to us. We’re not used to it at all. Serena: Do you ever go on the internet and see netizens criticizing you? Do you look on the internet at all? Photo provided by FOX TV

By: Serena Lee

JESSICA SANCHEZ Continued on page B-11


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Kids’ Free Days at the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park We’re Giving Away Tickets! During the month of October, children 11 years old and younger receive free admission to the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The San Diego Zoo was founded in October 1916 and “Kids Free” honors this historic event. Both the Zoo and the Safari Park offer the chance to observe amazing creatures, experience a fun day with family and learn what needs to be done to save animals from extinction. The San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy is dedicated to bringing endangered species back from the brink

October 1-31, 9am-5pm

of extinction. The work of the Conservancy includes onsite wildlife conservation efforts (representing both plants and animals) at the San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, and international field programs in more than 35 countries. Admission is $42 for ages 12 and older. The Zoo is located at 2920 Zoo Drive in San Diego. The Safari Park is located at 15500 San Pasqual Valley Road in Escondido. For more information, call (619) 231-1515 or visit www.sandiegozoo.org.

Win Tickets to the San Diego Zoo! It’s easy to win free tickets to the San Diego Zoo this fall. Just visit www.HotinNorthCounty.com and fill out the easy entry form. Ticket winners will be randomly selected and notified by phone and email. Some restrictions apply. Only one entry per person is permitted. Best of luck! See you soon this fall at the world famous San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park!

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Win Free Tickets to These Six Awesome Shows at the Belly Up Tavern The North County Sun along with www. HotinNorthCounty.com is very pleased to announce a hot summertime ticket giveaway to North County’s premier concert venue, the Belly Up Tavern! Enter our ticket giveaway and win tickets to see: Dark Star Orchestra on Oct 8; Super Diamond on Oct 19; Leon Russell on Oct 22; Halloween Heat with DJ’s, Band, and Costume Contest on Oct 31; Blue October on Nov 11; 40 Oz to Freedom on Nov 21. Super Diamond is one of those tribute bands that is “almost” as good as the real thing, Neil Diamond,

but maybe a little cooler. Looking for a bunch of crazy screaming girls in one room swaying and singing to Sweet Caroline? This will be the night! Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the legend, and Grammy Award winner, Leon Russell, with dark sunglasses and long white (pre-ZZ Top/Dumbledore) beard, will take you on a magical ride back in time to the 70s like nobody else can with renditions of “A Song For You” and “This Masquerade” and so many more. It’s easy to win free pair of tickets to one of these six great nights at the Belly Up Tavern. Just visit

www.HotinNorthCounty.com and fill in the simple registration form. Winners will be randomly selected and will be notified by phone and email. Only (1) entry is allowed per person. Select your first, second, and third choice of shows. We cannot guarantee your selections. Promoters are not liable in the event of date or time change or show cancellation. Some restrictions apply. Must be 21 or older to win tickets. Good luck, and see you at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach!

Oct 8

Oct 19

Oct 22

Oct 31

Nov 11

Nov 21

Dark Star Orchestra

Super Diamond

Leon Russell

Halloween Heat

Blue October

40 Oz to Freedom

BELLY UP TAVERN Upcoming Shows

www.bellyup.com for full concert lineup • 143 S Cedros, Solana Beach, Ca 92075 • (858) 481 8140 main box office. open every day. Date Tues Oct 2, 8pm

Nick Lowe (Performing Solo Acoustic) w/ Eleni Mandell

Headliner/Supporting Act

Wed Oct 3, 8pm

The Steely Damned

Thurs Oct 4, 9pm

Particle w/ Inspired Flight

Fri Oct 5, 5:30 PM

The Fabulous Pelicans - Happy Hour

Fri Oct 5, 8pm

The Spazmatics Dj Man-Cat

Sat Oct 6, 9pm

Stephen Marley w/ guest

Sun Oct 7, 8pm

Ben Howard Marcus Foster

Mon Oct 8, 9pm

An evening w/ Dark Star Orchestra w/guest

Tues Oct 9, 8pm

Kenny Loggins - SOLD OUT! w/ Kevin Martin

Thurs Oct 11, 9pm

The Raveonettes - Casbah presents w/ Melody’s Echo Chamber

Fri Oct 12,

Xavier Rudd w/ guest

Sat Oct 13, 9pm

Xavier Rudd w/ guest

Sun Oct 14, 9pm

Michael McDonald

Tues Oct 16, 9pm

John Brown’s Body / Kyle Hollingsworth Band

Wed Oct 17, 8: 30pm

Allen Stone - Casbah Presents w/ Yuna, Tingsek

Fri Oct 19, 17:30:00

Atomic Groove - Happy Hour

Fri Oct 19, 9pm

Super Diamond (Neil Diamond trib) w/ guest

Sat Oct 20, 7pm

Taj Mahal (solo) seated show

Sat Oct 20, 10pm

Taj Mahal (solo) seated show

Sun Oct 21, 8:30 PM

The Toadies w/ Helmet, Ume

Mon Oct 22, 8pm

Leon Russell w/ Blitz Brothers

Tues Oct 23, 9pm

Peaches DJ Extravaganza

Thurs Oct 25, 9pm

Calexico - Casbah Presents w/ The Dodos

Sat Oct 27, 9pm

Wild Child w/ Abbey Road (Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band)

Tues Oct 30, 7:30 PM

The Devil Makes Three—Sean Wheeler & Zander Schloss w/Jonny Fritz Corndawg

Wed Oct 31, 8pm

Halloween Heat! DJs, Band and Costume Contest

Thurs Nov1, 9pm

Collie Buddz w/ Los Rakas, DJ Carlos Culture

Fri Nov 2, 9pm

ROME w/ guest

Sat Nov 3, 9pm

Wayward Sons (70s & 80s) w/ guest

Thurs Nov 8, 9pm

Jens Lekman - Casbah presents w/ guest

Sat Nov 10, 9pm

Pine Mountain Logs w/ guest

Sun Nov 11, 8pm

Blue October w/ Barcelona, A Silent Film

Tues Nov 13, 9pm

Groundation w/ Trevor Hall

Fri Nov 16, 9pm

The Mother Hips w/ guest

Sat Nov 17, 9pm

One Drop w/ guest

Sun Nov 18, 8pm

K’NAAN w/ guest

Mon Nov 19, 8pm

An Evening with Boz Scaggs

Wed Nov 21, 9pm

40 Oz To Freedom (Sublime Trib) w/ So Cal Vibes and Sunny Rude

Sun Dec 2, 8pm

Punch Brothers w/ guest

Tues Dec 4, 8pm

John Waters

Wed Dec 5, 9pm

Chris Robinson - Casbah Presents

Thurs Dec 6, 9pm

Chris Robinson - Casbah Presents

Sat Dec 8, 9pm

Chris Isaak Holiday Show

Sun Dec 9, 8pm

Chris Isaak Holiday Show

Mon Dec 10, 8pm

Kinky Friedman’s BiPolar Tour with very special guest Mojo Nixon - seated show

San Diego Symphony Concert Series Opus 2012 Gala LANG LANG PLAYS TCHAIKOVSKY, October 6 Jahja Ling, conductor—Lang Lang, piano TCHAIKOVSKY: Sleeping Beauty Suite TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No. 1 Symphony Exposé HAYDN: THE HUMORIST, October 11, 7:30pm Ken-David Masur, conductor—Nuvi Mehta, host HAYDN: Symphony No. 102 Composer, musician, teacher and…comedian? He’s none other than Joseph Haydn, the father of the modern symphony and the genius who influenced Beethoven and Mozart. Jacobs Masterworks OHLSSON PLAYS TCHAIKOVSKY, October 12, 13, 14 Jahja Ling, conductor—Garrick Ohlsson, piano RESPIGHI: Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No. 1 HAYDN: Symphony No. 102 TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No. 2 Jacobs Masterworks BRAHMS’ FOURTH, October 26, 27, 28 Jahja Ling, conductor—Ray Chen, violin KERNIS: Too Hot Toccata SIBELIUS: Violin Concerto BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4 Chamber Music Series RAY CHEN PLAYS MENDELSSOHN, October 30, 7:30pm at The Auditorium of TSRI† Ray Chen, violin—Members of San Diego Symphony Brilliant young violinist Ray Chen joins members of the San Diego Symphony for an exciting performance of Mendelssohn’s String Quintet No. 2 in B-flat Major. International Passport Series BALLET FOLKLÓRICO DE MÉXICO*, October 30, 7:30pm

The rhythm. The color. The costumes. It’s a performance that reflects the traditional culture of Mexico. Jacobs Masterworks MAHLER’S FIFTH, November 2, 3, 4 Jahja Ling, conductor—Ralph Kirshbaum, cello HAYDN: Cello Concerto in D Major MAHLER: Symphony No. 5 City Lights A NIGHT AT THE COTTON CLUB: The Music of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and more, November 9, 10, 8pm Matthew Garbutt, conductor—Eldar Djangirov, jazz piano; Nikki Yanofski, vocals Tonight the sounds of New York’s fabled famous hot spot return. Family Festival SYMPHONIC OLYMPICS, November 11, 2pm Ken-David Masur, conductor San Diego Symphony musicians will “go for the gold” in various musical “events!” International Passport Series ROYAL DRUMMERS AND DANCERS OF BURUNDI*, November 11, 7:30pm The international sensation of the “Burundi beat.” Jacobs Masterworks BEETHOVEN’S PASTORAL, November 16, 17, 18 Christof Perick, conductor—Jeff Thayer, violin R. STRAUSS: Don Juan GOLDMARK: Violin Concerto BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 6: Pastoral conducts his greatest movie hits! Copley Symphony Hall is at 750 B Street. Call for tickets (619) 235-0804 or visit www.sandiegosymphony.org.

JESSICA SANCHEZ Continued from page B-7 Jessica: I don’t ever look myself up but I go on my Twitter to talk to my fans and to respond to them. Some people like to express themselves and they try to tell you how they feel about you. Sometimes I get some really expressive Twitter messages but nothing has really brought me down at all. I’ve always sort of gotten that kind of stuff. I’m not perfect. There’s always going to be somebody that doesn’t like me. We just gotta live with it and get used to it. Can’t please everybody. Serena: I noticed you have good fashion sense. Do you like being dressed up or do you prefer to be more casual? Jessica: It depends. If I’m dressed down I need to have one thing that makes it look good. If I’m wearing sweatpants and a tank top I need to have jewelry that looks good with it. I’m weird. (laughs) I’m really into fashion, though. Serena: How much makeup do you wear when you’re not on TV? Jessica: Not a lot at all. I wear just foundation and eyeliner and that’s pretty much it. Serena: No lipstick or anything? Jessica: I wear a little bit but not like a full-on blast of color. I don’t like all that stuff and I was never into makeup before; but I have to look somewhat prepped up. (laughs) Serena: What kind of earrings do you like to wear? Jessica: It depends. I like a lot of tribal stuff. I don’t like all that fancy stuff but I love the big tribal earrings. Serena: What advice can you give singers aspiring to make it through American Idol? Jessica: Just don’t let anybody bring you down. Don’t let anybody change you. I mean, because if it’s something that you want to do your whole life, then go for it. When I was like ten years old or even five years old, I wanted to be on American Idol, and so I tried out the first year I was eligible, and I made it to the top two! (laughs) It was pretty crazy.


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Poway Center for the Performing Arts Jake Shimabukuro October 12, Friday, 8pm Forget everything you know about the ukulele -- this is no tiptoe through the tulips! Jake Shimabukuro takes the ukulele to places you’ve never seen or heard before. Compared to Yo Yo Ma, Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis, Shimabukuro has redefined the ukulele for the 21st Century, performing fully arranged versions of concert classics like the Beatles’ “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” – all on only four short strings! His live shows have critics and fans tripping over themselves with praise, and his YouTube clips have been viewed more than 10 million times. The guru of “Peace, Love and Ukulele,” Shimabukuro offers a one-ofa-kind concert experience! Catch Jake now and say “I saw him when…” for years to come. Tickets $40. Natalie MacMaster October 27, Saturday, 8pm Award-winning fiddle player Natalie MacMaster is an international sensation, recognized around the globe as a scintillating entertainer and the preeminent practitioner of the “Cape Breton sound.” But MacMaster has also become something of a “home-town” sensation appearing at the Poway Center with her own band (2008) and with husband Donnell

Leahy in 2010. Now, MacMaster returns for an encore concert to perform songs from her new CD “Cape Breton Girl.” Winner of numerous awards for outstanding musicianship and a captivating live entertainer, MacMaster has shared the stage with The Chieftains, Paul Simon, Faith Hill, Luciano Pavarotti and has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Good Morning America. Tickets $45 (seniors $34, children $10). Vicki Lawrence and Mama December 1, Saturday, 8pm Vicki Lawrence’s classmates were spot on when they voted her “Most Likely to Succeed.” From her eleven hilarious years with The Carol Burnett Show (which won her an Emmy®) to her gold record for “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,” her TV series “Mama’s Family,” her hosting of Win, Lose or Draw, Vicki! and Fox After Breakfast, and her numerous stage productions, Vicki approaches everything with a sense of humor, because “Life is much too serious to be taken seriously!” She and Mama share a double-bill for an evening of stories, songs and laughs. Tickets $55 (seniors $36, children $10). Poway Center for the Performing Arts is located at 15498 Espola Road, Poway. For more information call (858) 7480505 or visit www.powayarts.org.

Palomar College Music Old California Restaurant Noche Havana. October 12, 13; 8pm Row Serves Up Free An evening of vibrant Cuban music and dance with Agogo Drum and Dance Ensemble (featuring Patriceann Mead Halloween Fun and Silfredo LaO Vigo) and a live Salsa band with open dance floor! Doors open at 7:30pm, Salsa dance class at 8pm, live music at 8:30pm. www.palomarperforms.com Emerging Talent, October 14, 26; 7pm, 8pm Join this celebration of the future as two fine Palomar students take the stage as featured soloists. Music will include Overture from The Impresario and Non Siate Ritrosi from Cosi fan tutte, (Mozart); Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, (Brahms); Concertino for Trombone, (David). www.palomarperforms.com There’ll Be Some Changes Made. October 19; 8pm Big Band Jazz at its North County best! Highlighting the exciting skills of Palomar’s Day Band and Night Band, this concert features Big Band music from swing to funk. www.palomarperforms.com There and Back Again, November 3; 8pm Choral music from great American composers including Samuel Barber, Alice Parker, Kirke Mechem, Libby Larsen and Leonard Bernstein. www.palomarperforms.com Happy 100th Birthday, John Cage! November 14; 8pm Local and out-of-town composers celebrate the life and work of one of our culture’s most celebrated visionaries with acoustic and electronic performances. www.palomarperforms.com Sonic Sampler, November 29; 4pm Cutting edge technology shapes student compositions from the Electronic Music Lab. www.palomarperforms.com

Safe Trick or Treat on Pumpkin Lane October 31, Mon, 5-8pm On Halloween each year, a stretch of South Coast Hwy 101, from Encinitas Blvd. to K Street, is converted to Pumpkin Lane. The Highway features elaborately carved pumpkins at different viewing locations, and the Queen’s Court at the Self-Realization Fellowship Bookstore where the queen grants wishes. Children enjoy games, music and activities at the Lumberyard Courtyard, and downtown merchants hand out candy in a tranquil, safe setting where tricksters of all ages have loads of fun. The event is presented by the Downtown Encinitas MainStreet Association with immense help from those at the Self-Realization Fellowship, who grow and harvest the pumpkins on the hill above Vulcan (south of Santa Fe Dr.). The monks of SRF carve them for the enjoyment of the community each year. Downtown businesses generously participate and join in the fun. The Pumpkins are all harvested, which means it’s time for all of the fair princesses, beauty queens, witches, warlocks, ghouls and mischiefmakers to come out and safely Trick or Treat on Halloween night. The event is held all along S. Coast Hwy 101 in Downtown Encinitas. For more information call (760) 943-1950 or visit www.encinitas101.com.

Oct. 28, Sunday, 3-5 pm Old California Restaurant Row in San Marcos will host a fun and festive, free Trick-or-Treat event, Sunday, October 28 from 3-5 pm. Children ages 12 and under are invited to come in costume with an adult and stop by the free registration table, located in the Village Shops area by Canapés for a free treat bag. Children will then be invited to trickor-treat at the various Restaurant Row restaurants. Upon checking in, parents will receive a treat as well—a special coupon booklet filled with special offers along with information about upcoming restaurant entertainment and happy hour specials. Old California Restaurant Row features 17 international restaurants. Restaurant Row is located right next to the Edward’s Theaters at 1020 San Marcos Blvd. For additional information, visit www.oldcalrestaurantrow.com.

12th Annual Día de los Muertos at the San Diego Mission October 28, Sunday, 10am-4pm Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead,” is an all-day community event. This traditional cultural affair is a special event with diverse cultural traditions, remembering and honoring deceased loved ones. Over twenty-fivethousand attendees enjoy the largest festival of its kind in San Diego County. This is the fourth year the Mission hosts this 12th annual event, and this year, Tri-City Medical Center is an official event partner. The Mission comes alive with entertainment, carnival rides and vendors at this free family-friendly event. Your children are entertained all day with a variety of craft activities and exciting carnival rides. You don’t want to miss out on over 75 diverse vendors, traditional food, chalk cemetery, and a classic car show showcasing trunk altars put on by the Por Siempre Car Club. Free Admission; Parking on Sunday $5 per car. The Carnival Rides start Friday night, October 26, through Sunday night. Mark your calendars and come down to celebrate with your friends and family. For more information, visit www.mslrdiadelosmuertos.com

Fall Festival in Encinitas November 18, Sunday, 9am – 4pm Every November for over two decades, the Downtown Encinitas MainStreet Association (DEMA) has played host to the Fall Festival street fair. The festival, previously known as the Poinsettia Festival, is a ready-made bazaar for holiday shoppers and weekend fun seekers. Festival attendees will enjoy a day where coastal breezes meet people gathering to shop, eat, be entertained and enjoy the community’s Historical Coast Hwy 101 district. The festival will feature over 450 vendor booths showcasing various arts, crafts, gifts, food and more. The 200 shops and 40 restaurants and eateries along the Coast Highway from D to J Streets will be open and ready for business. Live music will be playing at two venues: The Lumberyard Courtyard Stage, located at The Lumberyard, and the Community Stage, close to F Street. Both stages will feature the best in local entertainment. Why not stop in the Lumberyard Tavern for a cold beer and some great food or head across the street to St. Germain’s Café and enjoy their outdoor patio? Coast Highway 101 will be closed from D Street to J Street starting at 6am., however many parking facilities will be available for the event within a short walking distance; Moonlight Beach Parking Lot; City Hall Parking Lot on Vulcan Ave.; NCTD Coaster Station Lot at D or E Streets and Vulcan Ave. There is also free parking available at Lot B on the corner of E Street and Vulcan Ave. The Fall Festival is located on S. Coast Hwy 101 (D to J Streets) in Encinitas. For more information: www. encinitas101.com or call DEMA 760-943-1950. Vendors who wish to participate can find an application at www.kennedyfaires.com.

12th Annual Dos Equis XX Monster Bash Oct. 27 Come celebrate the year’s most frightful holiday at San Diego’s premiere Halloween block party. The 12th Annual Dos Equis XX Monster Bash on Saturday, October 27, will take over more of the Gaslamp Quarter than ever before. From 6pm to Midnight eight blocks will be filled with three stages, 10 bars, 50 toxic dancers, and thousands of partygoers dressed in every fetish and fantasy possible. The sexiest and wildest San Diego Halloween bash is going to be bigger and better as it brings in the hottest international DJs to rock the streets with electrifying mixes. Party your brains out to the electronica mixes of Flosstradamus or check out The Knocks as they rock the stage with their incredible live act. The streets of Downtown will be your ultimate fantasy of costumed insanity as the scariest demons, sexiest vampires and most lustful undead run through three sinful Mega-Clubs. The Dos Equis Fright Club, Trudy’s Trash House and the Black Forest Club will each offer plenty of debauchery and scandal to turn this party into a Halloween hotbed never seen in San Diego before. In true Monster Bash fashion, the best Halloween Party in San Diego will end with a parade of the bizarre, peculiar, scantily clad, comedic and creative as the World Famous Costume Contest takes over Trudy’s Trash House stage and offers up a Grand Prize of $3,000. From the moment you enter the Gates of Hell at Market and 6th Avenue you will know you have entered a world of lust, depravity and madness as haunted souls run wild for one night where rules can be broken and immorality is welcomed. 21+ only call (619) 233-5008 or visit www.SanDiegoMonsterBash.com..

La Costa Meadows Elementary School 26th Annual Halloween Carnival

October 19-20, Friday 6-9pm, Saturday 10am-5pm La Costa Meadows Elementary School in Carlsbad has a “spooktacular” way to get in the Halloween mood with their 26th Annual Halloween Carnival. The carnival includes two scary days of fun this year. On Friday there are carnival rides on the school field (provided by Christiansen Amusements in Escondido) and the ever popular Haunted House, a free-standing fully constructed haunted mansion set up in the cafeteria. The carnival continues Saturday, a day filled with fun activities for all ages including Carnival Rides and Inflatables, Haunted House, Games and Prizes, food

from local restaurants, a Bake Sale, Chili Cook-Off, Crafts, Face Painting, a Cake Walk and much more. There is also a silent auction with themed baskets and raffle drawings with items donated by local merchants. Admission is free and tickets are $1 each. La Costa Meadows Elementary School is located at 6889 El Fuerte in Carlsbad. For more information, visit www.lacostameadowselementory.org or e-mail Halloweencarnival.lcm@ gmail.com.


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Brick-or-Treat Party Nights Light Up the Sky at Legoland October Weekends Legoland California Resort is gearing up for the biggest kids’ Halloween celebration in San Diego, Brick-or-Treats Party Nights. Every Saturday night in October, the family theme park’s Brick-or-Treat Party Nights is filled with a variety of family activities including the interactive show “Mail Order Monsters,” Brick-or-Treat Trails and, of course, Sea Life Carlsbad Aquarium gets into the Halloween spirit with its own Brick-or-Treat Trail Bonus Station and special festive activities. Children 12 and under can trick-or-treat on the Brickor-Treat Trail in the Enchanted Walk gathering goodies, tasty treats presented by Sam’s Club and other surprises. This kid-sized cul-de-sacs feature seven uniquely Legothemed treat stations and offer a safe, fun and entertaining trick-or-treating experience for all to enjoy. In addition, every Saturday in October from 5 to 9 pm, the family theme park transforms into a not-too-spooky Halloween celebration. Brick-or-Treat Party Nights feature costume contests, nighttime trick-or-treating on one of two Brick or Treat Trails, festive music, entertainment, interaction with the “Boo Crew,” the animated light show “Spirits of

Halloween” after sundown and fireworks cap off the night at 9 pm. Several ghoulishly fun areas of Legoland are open late for Party Nights on October 6, 13, 20 and 27, including Land of Adventure, Castle Hill, Imagination Zone and Park favorites: Coastersaurus, Safari Trek, and Fairy Tale Brook. Children can enjoy activities like Hubble Bubble’s Dance Party, the Haunted Hideaways, and a Legoland pumpkin patch building activity with glow-in-the-dark treats for nighttime fun. As children “boo-gie” down during Party Nights, they will also love interacting with the “Boo Crew” including Silly Scarecrow, Howlin’ Howie, Jester Funny Bones, Count Brickula, plus acts including magic shows, and entertainment from the “Wichettes,” a splash artist creating paintings to music and tap dancing skeletons. New this year, kids can help build a giant Lego Vampire model! Sea Life Carlsbad Aquarium offers guests a bonus Brick-or-Treat Station. Kids will receive treats and other aquarium surprises including a special themed daily dive show and daily creepy crawler appearances. All Brick-or-Treat and Party Nights festivities are included in the price of regular one-day admission to Legoland California. For more information visit www.legoland.com or call (760) 918-5346.

Screams, Chills, and Thrills at Scream Zone at Del Mar Fairgrounds The Scream Zone, San Diego County’s largest haunted experience, is now open and runs through the Month of October at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in Del Mar. Now in its 15th year, Scream Zone is filled with “Creepy Carnivorous Dilapidated Diversions” and is more terrifying and bloodcurdling than ever before! Every “body” is sure to be thrilled to the bone in three “spooktacular” attractions featuring: The House of Horror, The Chamber, and The Haunted Hayride. 
Beware if you dare to enter The House of Horror this year. It features several new terrifying devious dens including 13 Ghosts, Hellraiser, and the Underworld. If you survive the House of Horror, climb aboard The Haunted Hayride where all of your “frightmares” come to life. Try to escape your state of hysteria as the not so funny Clowns suddenly appear making your heart skip a beat…or two. Don’t let The Doll Factory fool you…the term “child’s play” will not come to mind as those pretty

peculiar oddities entice you to stay and play and stay and stay! Come fly away into the realm of the unfamiliar and unknown with those strange, foreign and oh so mischievous malicious aliens for an extra celestial “TERRORESTRIAL” good time. And, The Chamber will send chills down your spine as the menacing maze does its best to keep you in its clutches with a secure DEAD-bolt! Scream Zone is open on select dates until Oct. 31. Hours are 7 pm to midnight Fridays and Saturdays, and 7 to 11pm other days. Parents: There is no cost to enter The Scream Zone complex. Parents who aren’t touring one of the attractions can have something to eat or drink while waiting for their kids. No refunds or exchanges. Parking is free in the designated Scream Zone parking lot. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.thescreamzone.com.

Día de los Muertos at California Center for the Performing Arts November 1, Thursday, 6-9pm Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead is a time to gather family and friends to celebrate the lives of those who have passed. First presented in 1995, this free community celebration is an annual tradition at the Center for the Arts. On the evening of November 1, you are invited to participate in the event by creating your own memorial in remembrance of loved ones while enjoying live music, entertain-

ment, crafts and traditional Mexican refreshments. This is a free community event, held in Sculpture Court in the Education Studios. The California Center for the Arts is located at 340 North Escondido Boulevard, Escondido. For more information call (760) 839-4138 or visit www.artcenter.org.

Third Annual “Howl O’Ween”– a Walkabout for People and Pets October 27, Saturday, 5-8pm The Leucadia 101 MainStreet Association is sponsoring “Howl O’Ween” this year, an after hours walkabout along Leucadia’s Hwy 101 business district, featuring a pet parade and pet costume contest. People and their pets are invited to have fun discovering the unique shops, day spas and the many eateries in the area, each one a memorable experience. There is a $5 entrance fee for the contest, which will be donated in total to Rancho Coastal Humane Society.

Grateful Dog, a local pet supply and pet grooming business, is sponsoring the pet costume contest and donating the prizes. The participating businesses for the event are the contest judges. Entry forms and pet “trick or treat bags” are available at Grateful Dog at 802 N. Coast Hwy 101, and the Leucadia 101 Main Street office, 386 N. Coast Hwy 101. For more information call (760) 436-2320 or visit www.leucadia101.com.

Family Halloween Party in San Marcos October 26, Friday, 6:30-8:30pm The City of San Marcos’ Family Enrichment Program (FEP) invites families to attend a Halloween party at the historic Wood House at 1148 Rock Springs Rd. on Friday, October 26. The event is from 6:30-8:30 pm. Families make crafts, play bingo and carnival games, and participate in a costume contest. Light refreshments are served.

Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at the San Marcos Community Center. The FEP brings families together through arts, crafts, cooking and special events. Admission is $4 presale and $6 at the door. For more information, call (760) 744-9000 or visit www.san-marcos.net.

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Fall Festival Mission Estancia Elem. School Oct. 13. Saturday, 3330 Calle Barcelona, La Costa CA 92009 www.mepta.org La Costa Meadows Elementary School’s 26th Annual Halloween Carnival Oct. 19-20. Fri 6pm-9pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Carnival rides, a Haunted House, games and prizes, Chili Cook-Off, face painting and more! Great for kids. www.lacostameadowselementary.org SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular Oct. 1-30. Weekends. Say hello to amazing sea creatures, dressed up in costume or not, watch spooky shows, trick-or-treat, and more! For more information, go to www.seaworldspooktacular.com. Scream Zone at Del Mar Fairgrounds Oct. 1-30. Various dates. Survive the frights of either the House of Horror, The Chamber, or The Haunted Hayride. Fridays and Saturdays 7pm-midnight, other days 7pm-11pm. Call (858) 755-1167 or visit www.sdfair.com. Haunted Hotel and Haunted Trail in Balboa Park Oct. 1-Oct. 31. The Haunted Hotel and Haunted Trail in Balboa Park are back this year for spooky October nights! Tickets available online at www.hauntedhotel.com. Boo at the Zoo Oct 31 5-7pm. Wild Wonders Zoo- $10 per child. Come see the wild, wonderful animals. Call to RSVP (760) 630-9230. Brick or Treat at Legoland Saturdays and Sundays in October. Join the Halloween fun at Legoland California. Their Brick-or-Treat celebration features a 7-ft. wide LEGO Jack-o-lantern, costume contests, and trick-or-treat in the park. www.california.legoland.com. Haunted Aquarium at Birch Aquarium: Where science goes mad Oct. 26-27, 6-9pm. This family-friendly event brings the Birch Aquarium to life with a fall celebration of creepy crawlies and ocean animals. Costume contest for children with judging in the evening. Don’t miss out on the tricky-treats, slimy encounters, spooky activities, and monstrous live music. Call (858) 534-7336 or visit www.aquarium.ucsd.edu for more dates and tickets. RSVP to guarantee space. Located at 2300 Expedition Way, La Jolla, 92037. Boo Ball Oct. 26. Hosted by Rock 105.3 Boo Ball Halloween party will be held at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park. Boy Scout Troop 2000 Haunted Hotel The annual Haunted Hotel at the Olivenhain Germania Hotel is on the corner of Rancho Santa Fe Road and Seventh Street. The haunted house is prepared and manned by Boys Scout Troop 2000 from Olivenhain. Admission is low cost and the proceeds to go the Boy Scouts. Ghostly Tours in History Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays – year-round. For the darkest and scariest corners of San Diego, enjoy the Ghostly Tours. Visit a combination of haunted houses, haciendas and adobes, two ships at port, and graveyards. Take a three hour Ghostly Limo Tour to five or six haunted San Diego locations, rated PG-13. The Gaslamp Walking Tour includes a rated PG one hour walk through the history of the Gaslamp Quarter. Haunted locations you might see include the William Heath Davis House, El Campo Santo, Hotel Del Coronado, the Star of India, Sloppy Joey’s, the Horton Grand Hotel, Pioneer Park, and La Casa Larga. Visit www.ghostlytoursinhistory.com or call (877) 220-4844 for tour times. Monster Manor in Mira Mesa Last 3 weekends in October. This year guests will be coming to Ghastley Manor to investigate a series of strange disappearances and creepy late night happenings. They will learn what happened to a team of “ghost hunters” that went missing and come face to face with a strange being identified as “The Collector” who has been seen carrying bodies around the old manor late at night. For details visit the attractions page on the Monster Manor website, www.monstermanor.org/Attractions.html Lite Fright in Mira Mesa Last 2 weekends in October. This year the Lite Frite attraction (for younger kids) will be the Return to the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, a Harry Potter-esque adventure where potential students will learn how to use magic and run into their favorite characters. www.monstermanor.org/Attractions.html 12th Annual Dos Equis XX Monster Bash Oct. 27, 6pm-12am. Takes up 8 blocks in the Gaslamp, transforming the streets into Mega Clubs. Featuring top DJs from Europe, LA, Las Vegas, and SD! 21+ only. (619) 233-5008 www.SanDiegoMonsterBash.com. Halloween on Elm in Carlsbad Village Oct. 27, 1-7pm. Dress up and celebrate Carlsbad’s Halloween on Elm. This free, family event features a Halloween-themed carnival, bounce houses, safe trick or treating, a costume contest for kids and pets, and much more! For more information call (760) 434-2815. Safe Trick or Treat on Pumpkin Lane Oct. 31, 5-8pm. From Encinitas Blvd. to K Street on the South Coast Hwy 101, there are elaborately-carved pumpkins, games, music, and activities. (760) 943-1950 www.encinitas101.com 9th Annual Halloween Ball at the Prado at Balboa Park Oct. 31, 9pm-2am. Thousand of partygoers masked as devils, ghosts, superheroes and more. Tons of music and entertainment for the night. 1549 El Prado, San Diego. wwww.djhere.com


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La Costa Valley Preschool and Kindergarten— an Institution of Excellence for 22 Years La Costa Valley Preschool has been educating and nurturing North County children in La Costa since 1991. In 1999, due to their outstanding track record and fine reputation, they were selected out of many applicants, to be part of the preschool and kindergarten for the Villages of La Costa development that consists of more than 5,000 single-family homes in La Costa Valley, La Costa Oaks, La Costa Greens and La Costa Ridge. The school is located in the heart of La Costa Valley between two award-winning elementary schools and next to a protected natural habitat for native plants and birds. Although located in La Costa Valley, the school’s enrollment is not limited to La Costa Valley residents, but serves all of North County. Through the stewardship of its founder and director, Cindy Cesena, La Costa Valley Preschool and Kindergarten has become a leader in early childhood education and development, inspiring creativity, expression and health in young children, as it is a learning institution that understands that children learn best through hands-on experiences, helping make our community and planet a greener and healthier place to live and grow. Take a visit to their campus, and you will find a flowering and thriving gar-

den and play area unlike any other preschool around. Last month the school put on a very successful community-wide free electronic waste collection event. A local La Costa resident, Cindy Cesena has dedicated the past 36 years of her life to the field of education. She has taught high school and college courses in early education and trained and administered university, federal, and state educational programs. She has been a member of the San Diego Association For The Education of Young Children (SDAEYC) since 1976 and this year has become the president-elect of the San Diego and Imperial Valley County’s chapter of SDAEYC. All that said, if you ask her what her dream was, and still is, her answer is, “My goal was to one day open a school in my own childhood community. I look at early childhood learning as a whole child educational experience. From inspiring creativity, expression and health to helping students develop an interest and excitement in building their educational foundation for ongoing school success.” Take a tour of La Costa Valley Preschool and Kindergarten at 2276 Calle Barcelona, Carlsbad 92009. Call admissions at (760) 436-2797 or visit www. lacostavalleypreschool.com.

POST & SEARCH FOR FREE www.NorthCountyClasses.com RO Z’S FALL AND HALLOWEEN BAKING CLASSES The following is a list of just a few of our fall and Haloween baking classes: Fall Gumpaste Flowers Workshop Oct 10 and 17, 6:30-8:30; Halloween Cupcake Toppers Oct 13, 9-11am; Halloween Spooky Cupcake Decorating Oct 27, 9:30-11:30am; Pecan Pie and Minis Nov 3, 9-11am; Turkey Cake Balls Nov 10, 9-11am. For complete class schedule call (760) 744-0447 or visit www.rozsweetartstudio.com 277 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd, San Marcos 92078. WEIDNERS SUCCULENT WREATH DESIGN CLASS Succulent Wreath design class is taught by Paige Perkins on Nov 11, 1:30pm - 3:30pm. Weidner’s Gardens 695 Normandy Rd Encinitas 92024. Cost $65.00 includes instruction, stuffed forms and all succulents needed. Call (760) 436-2194 or visit www. weidners.com classes and events. FAIRY GARDEN WORKSHOP Fairy Garden Workshop: Table Top Fairy Gardens or Outdoor Basic Design. Nov 11, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm. Weidner’s Gardens 695 Normandy Rd Encinitas, CA 92024. Cost $10 plus cost of materials for Adults. Children who believe in Fairies are free. Ok to bring fairies, furniture or container. Fairy costumes encouraged. Call (760) 436-2194 or visit www.weidners.com classes and events. BACKYARD ORCHARD PLANNING Backyard Orchard Planning is about choosing the right fruit tree for your area. Tom Spellman, fruit tree expert from Dave Wilson Nursery Nov 10, 9:30 - 12pm. Weidner’s Gardens 695 Normandy Rd Encinitas, CA 92024. Call (760) 436-2194 or visit www.weidners.com classes and events. TRI-CITY WELLNESS CENTER GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Over 150 group fitness classes offered at Tri-City Wellness Center. Classes ranging from Gentle Yoga and Aquatics to

Zumba and Les Mills classes, such as BodyPUMP, RPM, BodyCOMBAT and more! Classes will meet your needs regardless of fitness level and/or injury. State-of-the-art facility with brand new equipment and certified instructors. Active Education Classes topics include Nutrition 101 and a walking/running group. For full schedule call (760) 9313171 or visit www.tricitywellness.com/classes-events. TriCity Wellness Center is at 6250 El Camino Real, Carlsbad 92009. ENCINITAS COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL This is the school you’ve been dreaming of. ECDS offers pre-kindergarten through 8th grade classes with small class sizes, and strong academic accountability. The extraordinary campus is located near a nature reserve. Encinitas Country Day School is located at 3616 Manchester Avenue, Encinitas. Call now for a campus tour (760) 942-1111 or visit www.encinitascountrydayschools.com. LA COSTA VALLEY PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN Locally owned and accredited offers year round programs for children 2-6 years old. Founded in 1990. Located in La Costa Valley, Carlsbad. We encourage creativity and self expression. Come see what we’re all about! Call (760) 436-2797 or visit www.lacostavalleypreschool.com. PACIFIC PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN Pacific Preschool provides an accredited early education program that meets the needs of and promotes the physical, socio-emotional and intellectual development of children. The new year-round school and kindergarten offers programs for children 18 months old through kindergarten. Visit their third and newest campus in San Elijo Hills at 1301 Elfin Forest Road West, San Elijo Hills 92078. Call (760) 510-0155 or visit www.pacificpreschool.com.

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Off to a Great Start New Pacific Preschool and Kindergarten Now Open in San Elijo Hills Lynda Way understands the value of a child’s Early Childhood Education in implementing her very successful Pacific Preschool and Kindergarten curriculum. Pacific Preschool provides an early education program that meets the needs of and promotes the physical, socio-emotional and intellectual development of children. It all starts with a person who spent many years teaching kindergarten, first and second grades. Lynda Way, with her Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education, understood the need to get children more prepared for elementary school and beyond, and developed a specific educational program that focuses on “school readiness.” Just as important, she understands the need for genuine communication between parents, staff and administration. Now, after 40 years of working with children and teachers, Lynda’s program is a huge success. Each Classroom Teacher on staff is experienced and has a four-year Bachelor’s Degree or a California Department of Education Teaching Permit while working on her Bachelor’s Degree. Each Teacher makes a special contribution to the program in addition to her knowledge of child development and teaching strategies. Pacific Preschool and Kindergarten is no ordinary school. It is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), which is a distinction earned by only 8 percent of preschools in the nation. The new year-round preschool and kindergarten offers programs for children 18 months old through Kindergarten. The school, located in San Elijo Hills, is Pacific Preschool’s third school; the others are located in Ladera Ranch and Laguna Niguel in South Orange County. Pacific Preschool and Kindergarten in San Elijo Hills is off to a great start with the early enrollment far exceeding all of their expectations. They are already signing children up on a waiting list for upcoming years. There are still openings for this year, so please contact the school’s Administration Office as soon as possible, by calling (760) 510-0155, visiting www.pacificpreschool.com or stopping by the school office at 1301 Elfin Forest Road West, San Elijo Hills (San Marcos) CA 92078.

101 Invitational Golf Tournament for Project Walk Nov 5, Monday The Lumberyard Tavern & Grill is hosting the inaugural 101 Invitational Golf Tournament at Encinitas Ranch Golf Course on Monday, Nov 5. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy a day of golf on one of North County’s finest golf courses to help a very noble and worthy cause, to help raise awareness for spinal cord injuries and neonatal research. All proceeds from the tournament, auctions and raffle will be donated to Project Walk Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Carlsbad and Scripps Encinitas Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery. The format is an 18-hole scramble. $150 entry fee includes breakfast at the Lumberyard Tavern & Grill, 18 holes of golf at Encinitas Ranch, an awards presentation and dinner at the Lumberyard Tavern & Grill featuring a full buffet. Win exciting prizes and a chance to win a “Hole in One” trip to Hawaii and/or $10,000. There will also be contests for the longest drives, straightest drive, and closest to the hole. For more information and to register call (760) 479-1657 or visit www.lumberyard101invitational.com.

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Now open in San Elijo Hills! Private PreSchool and Kindergarten

Pacific PreSchool and Kindergarten On September 6, teachers and staff of Pacific PreSchool and Kindergarten welcomed eager students and their parents to the inaugural day of school. Classrooms full of new toys and educational materials were quickly discovered and a love for learning was underway.

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The San Elijo Hills location of Pacific PreSchool & Kindergarten, a private Early Education Program established in 1990, is the school’s third campus, joining two other locations in South Orange County. • PreSchool and full day Kindergarten; ages 18 months through Kindergarten • Eight individual classrooms surrounding a large multi-purpose room, a kitchen/staff area, and two beautiful outside play areas • Accredited by the National Academy for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), a distinction earned by only 8 percent of preschools nationwide • Teachers have a bachelor’s degree and/or a California Department of Education teaching permit “Pacific PreSchool and Kindergarten is focused on ‘kindergarten readiness’ — developing the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual skills children need to succeed in school,” shares owner/educator Lynda Way. You have high expectations…and so do we!

Call or stop by today for more information.

(760) 510-0155

LyndaWay@PacificPreSchool.com

1301 Elfin Forest Road West | San Elijo Hills, CA 92078 | www.PacificPreSchool.com


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