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SHOWROOM 5 Guest Editorial

In case of an emergency, who you gonna call? If you try 9-1-1 on your cellphone, Bob Hazard explains, it isn’t as easy as 1-2-3.

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Velma Bernice MacAfee Williams; Kathy Ireland’s Diamonds; Jeff Larsen publishes book; SB Polo Club sponsorship; Judi Weisbart becomes grandmother; DiversiTea luncheon; dinner for Mary Temple Grandin; CAMA and Camerata Pacifica seasons end; Rally 4 Kids; Chocolate de Vine; Glow in the Park; SB Symphony’s curtain call; and Quire of Voyces at St. Anthony’s

8 Letters to the Editor

Alice Green on batteries and Saturday Night Live; Richard Nordlund in praise of Jennifer Christensen; Michael Edwards hits the road; T.T.C. on minding one’s business; Eva Van Prooyen’s photographic memories; Jim Thomas supports Bruce Porter and Jennifer Christensen; and some amusing answers to an age-old question

10 This Week

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Menelli Trading art exhibit; Channel Islands advisory council; French talk; Horse Show & Tack Sale; Sunset Soirée; Moments in Time; Advanced Beekeeping; job fair; trunk show; MUS Board meets; Reaching for Stars at YMCA; knit and crochet; The New Yorker; photography exhibit; Plant & Flower; author Alice Rene; MFPD chipping schedule; art classes; Adventuresome Aging; Cava entertainment; brain fitness; Story Time; Pilates; Italian conversation; farmers and artisans markets; Bible study; and Cars & Coffee Tide Guide Handy chart to assist readers in determining when to take that walk or run on the beach

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12 Village Beat

Honor Market opens on Coast Village Road; MUS announces bond measure; Village Fourth grand marshal Dana Newquist; Laguna Blanca Citizenship Breakfast; nonprofit AHA!; and Spotlight, written by Silvia and Bella Molony, on Bishop Diego

14 Seen Around Town

Lynda Millner chronicles the Amethyst Ball at Bacara; Mother’s Day luncheon with Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care; Spirit of Entrepreneurship Foundation awards; and Show Grounds Foundations

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21 Coming & Going

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James Buckley makes no bones in conversing with ex-Curves owner Yvonne Parsons about OsteoStrong; and cantor Mark Childs slated for Temple B’nai B’rith on Sunday, May 22

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22 On Entertainment

Steven Libowitz interviews music director William Fred Scott prior to Chanticleer’s concert at Mission SB; Music at Trinity’s final concert of the season; six questions with musician James Hunter; goodbye to Red’s Bin 211; Zoos Line is it Anyway; Judi and Shari Zucker; films in focus; and cinematic Granada

24 In Passing

Montecito resident and South Korea native Walter Kim, who owned Milpas Liquor & Deli, passes away at 73

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35 Brilliant Thoughts

Ashleigh Brilliant looks skyward to take measure of the weather – which apparently stops at Canada and Mexico – and calls out TV’s so-called meteorologists Coup De Grace Despite the drought, Grace Rachow is more inclined to chant “Rain, rain, go away” than do a dance to generate precipitation – especially when she’s two-tired to drive a van

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44 Legal Advertising 45 Our Town

Joanne Calitri explores “The Perfect Medium” exhibit, a Robert Mapplethorpe tribute, at the Getty Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art

49 Impact Investing

Dr. Peter Brill catches up with Tom Parker of Hutton Parker Foundation while discussing philanthropy and the notion of earning money while doing social “good”

50 Calendar of Events

The Lion King JR.; getting funky at UCSB; Mix’d Ingrdnts Dance Company; RedEye’s Block Party; Surf ‘n’ Suds Beer Fest; cantor Mark Childs; Hands on! At Lobero; Speaking of Stories on Center Stage; Do-Over Tour; SB Strings series; and UCSB Dance Company

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19 – 26 May 2016

Profile for Montecito Journal

Getting Stronger  

OsteoStrong is a year-old operation launched by former Curves franchisee Yvonne Parsons that seeks to strengthen brittle bones and actually...

Getting Stronger  

OsteoStrong is a year-old operation launched by former Curves franchisee Yvonne Parsons that seeks to strengthen brittle bones and actually...