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EX-MBHS QUARTERBACK MAKES GOOD IN WORLD OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL For mer B uccaneer quar terback Andy Guyader, who went on to play for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo from 1992-96, is now distinguishing himself in college football as an assistant coach for the Army team. His squad will go head-to-head on Dec. 8 with Navy in a gridiron battle that dates back to 1890. Page 3
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’TIS THE SEASON IN PB
BY MARIKO LAMB | BEACH & BAY PRESS Garnet Avenue will come to life with festive holiday cheer on Saturday, Dec. 15 during the community’s venerable and muchanticipated Pacific Beach Holiday Parade. Festivities begin at 1 p.m. with a spirited procession of colorful floats, classic cars and the vibrant sounds of the Pacific Beach Middle and Mission Bay High School bands marching west down six blocks of Garnet Avenue from Haines to Cass streets. Spectators are encouraged to line the streets before the parade begins to get the best vantage point of the lively event, then stick around to enjoy the many amenities the beachSmiles will abound during the Pacific side community has to offer. “We encourage people to make Beach Holiday Parade, set for a 1 p.m. start on Saturday, Dec. 15.
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Photo by Don Balch I Beach & Bay Press
‘CHRISTMAS ON CRYSTAL PIER’ CHRISTENS SEASON OF HOPE Discover Pacific Beach ushered in the holiday season Dec. 1 with its fourth annual “Christmas on Crystal Pier” event. Above, with a backdrop of thundering waves, Santa eagerly awaits the gift wish lists of little ones. Left, a lighted Christmas tree shines over residents in the spirit of the holidays. Right, stockings are hung with care at the pier. “Christmas on Crystal Pier” was only the beginning of community events. The PB Holiday Parade arrives Dec. 15, along with a community/business mixer on Dec. 12 (see Page 3) and a “Boards, Bikes and Brews” holiday fundraiser on Dec. 8 (see Photos by Don Balch I Beach & Bay Press Page 6).
The PB Holiday Parade draws throngs of holiday-minded children and adults Photo by Don Balch I Beach & Bay Press to the parade route each year.
THE ENVIRONMENT: MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Hotline lets residents be eyes, ears on water-pollution issues
Volunteer training for Coastkeeper’s water-monitoring program on tap BY MARTIN JONES WESTLIN BEACH & BAY PRESS
If you laid San Diego County’s 4,200 square miles end to end, the line would stretch from Honolulu to Chicago. Of the nation’s 3,000 counties, San Diego has the 12th largest farm economy and is the fifth most populous, with its 3.14 million population representing a 10 percent increase over the year 2000. Its coastline alone stretches 70 miles and takes about 90 minutes to drive.
The last statistic concerns San Diego Coastkeeper the most. A 2011 study by the environmental watchdog said all that size and activity (coupled with the county’s aging drainage infrastructure) has meant increased pollution levels in the county’s 11 watersheds that feed into the Pacific Ocean. But another set of numbers reflects Coastkeeper’s efforts in stemming the flow of the bad stuff — and for one official, the SEE TRAINING, Page 5
BY KENDRA HARTMANN BEACH & BAY PRESS
Volunteers from San Diego Coastkeeper test a watershed for pollutants. Photo courtesy of Coastkeeper
When it comes to water pollution, San Diego Coastkeeper is at the forefront of monitoring the health of San Diego’s waterways. Not surprisingly, however, the nonprofit’s resources are often stretched thin, leaving potential holes in the effort to achieve total wellness in area creeks, rivers and oceans. That’s why the group is lightening its burden by asking San
Diegans to step in and keep an eye on things. Enter the pollution reporting hotline. The pollution reporting hotline is just that — a way for residents to reach out when they witness pollution and bring it to the attention of the appropriate authorities. And because knowing who the appropriate authority is can be tricky when it comes to reporting, say, runoff water flowing onto our beaches or a neighbor improperly SEE HOTLINE, Page 5
Pacific Beach Holiday Parade is Back! Join Us December 15th along Garnet Avenue The Parade Starts at 1:00pm
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MBHS alum in spotlight as Army’s assistant football coach Long-running Army-Navy gridiron classic set for Dec. 8 this year
Former Mission Bay High quarterback Andy Guyader will be the assistant coach for the Army team in the Dec. 8 Army-Navy gridiron classic. After his graduation from Mission Bay High, Guyader went on to play for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and then coached high school ball.
BY KEITH ANTIGIOVANNI | BEACH & BAY PRESS The 113th edition of the Army-Navy football game will take place on Saturday, Dec. 8 to mark the official end of the college football regular season. Since 1890, thousands of cadets, midshipmen, coaches and players — including former Heisman Trophy winners Roger Staubach (Navy) and Glenn Davis (Army) — have been a part of what is arguably college football’s greatest rivalry in a sport full of great rivalries. One of the participants in this year’s battle is Pacific Beach native and Army Black Knight assistant coach Andy Guyader, who will be coaching in his fifth straight Army-Navy . “[It’s] something I couldn’t ever equate to anything else,” Guyader said, relishing his first-hand experience of the longtime battle between the nation’s oldest military academies. “But I can tell
you that last year, I remember standing on the sideline and looking up into the sixth row and seeing the president of the United States, which pretty much sums it up. It is an emotion-filled day for a lot of people.” Guyader arrived at West Point with Rich Ellerson after Ellerson was hired by Army to be the head football coach before the 2009 season. “Moving here to the East Coast is a very different atmosphere compared to the West Coast, as well as the military aspect of it, so there was a lot of adjusting involved,” Guyader said. “But some of the best people I’ve ever met have been here at West Point.” Guyader was the starting quarterback for the Mission Bay High Buccaneers for three years between 1989 and 1991 before attending college at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where he played for the Mustangs from 1992 to 1996. After he graduated with a master’s degree in civil
Community mixer to mark PB’s 125th anniversary on Dec. 12 In celebration of Pacific Beach’s 125th anniversary, the community will get together for a family-friendly Winter Business Mixer & Anniversary Celebration on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at Typhoon Saloon from 5 to 8 p.m. The mixer will feature kids’ activities like a magician Santa and face painting from 6 to 7 p.m., as well as music by Big Daddy Blues starting at 7:30 p.m. Full Measure Carolers will also help ring in the holidays by dressing in traditional Charles Dickens-style costumes and delighting the
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Jazz improv, sounds of strings and Dokken MUSTHEAR LIVEMUSIC BY BART MENDOZA | BEACH & BAY PRESS Café-Bar Europa will be the site of a special concert on Dec. 11 featuring the San Diego City College Jazz AllStars. The performance will be improvisation-based, featuring students from the school in a two-hour gig. City College has built a serious rep as a home for jazz, and this show gives the general public a chance to appreciate the talent the school is currently nurturing, as well as an opportunity to check out a crop of future stars on the jazz scene. • Jazz Improv Concert: 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at Café-Bar Europa, 873 Turquoise St. 21 and up. www.theturquoise.com/wordpress
The band has appeared on “The David Letterman Show” and had its songs covered by the likes of Nada Surf, yet The Soft Pack remains one of the area’s best-kept secrets. Courtesy photo Catch it on Dec. 14 at The Griffin.
songs covered by the likes of Nada Surf, yet The Soft Pack remains one of the area’s best-kept secrets. Appearing at The Griffin on Dec. 14, the quartet plays an intensely hook-filled brand of Music fans of all stripes will want garage rock. Currently touring behind to check out the Pacific Beach its latest album “Strapped,” it doesn’t Library’s monthly free music series. matter which of its albums or singles Featuring a diverse selection of musi- you hear first — this is music meant to cal genres, the next event takes place play loud, with every song sounding Dec. 12 and features violin and cello like a lost anthem. Hopefully, it’s only duo Susan and Ronald Robboy. Best a matter of time before Soft Pack move known for their work with the San from clubland to bigger stages. If you Diego Symphony, Ronald also spent like rock ’n’ roll, this is a band well time as an assistant to legendary worth hearing. instrument inventor Harry Partch. • The Soft Pack performs at 9 p.m. on Fans of classical chamber music won’t Friday, Dec. 14 at The Griffin, 1310 want to miss this concert, but anyone Morena Blvd. 21 and up. www.thewho enjoys the sound of strings will griffinsd.com find much to appreciate at this intiLots of great musicians call San mate performance. • Susan and Ronald Robboy perform at Diego home, but when you team up 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at Pacif- top-notch guitarist Peter Sprague with ic Beach/Taylor Branch Library, 4275 Cass world-class pianist Irving Flores, you St. All ages. No cost. www.pblibrary- can expect the magic to be extra special. Performing at Dizzy’s on Dec. 15, Flores friends.org/concert.htm is a Latin music hero, perhaps best The band has appeared on “The known locally for his work with Gilbert David Letterman Show” and had its Castellanos, while Sprague is simply
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Anyone wanting to investigate rising talent will want to head to the 710 Beach Club on Dec. 12 for a performance from Los Angeles-based duo Blondfire. It’s been a slow rise to the top to be sure (their first disc hit shelves in 2004), but the pair has really come into its own in recent months. Blondfire’s current hit, “Where the Kids Are” has been scoring major airplay locally, so this gig at a relBLONDFIRE atively intimate venue will likely be a sellout. Even with probable crowds, it will • Blondfire performs at 9 p.m. on Wednesbe well worth braving the masses to hear day, Dec. 12 at the 710 Beach Club, 710 this indie group’s pop-tinged electroni- Garnet Ave. 21 and up. www.710bc.com — Bart Mendoza ca.
QUICKHITS Drug deal goes south, turns into armed robbery An apparent marijuana deal led to an armed robbery and fight that left one man injured in the 2100 block of Garnet Avenue around 1 a.m. on Dec. 1, according to police. Investigators said two white men in their twenties were engaging in a marijuana transaction when an argument ensued and one of the men pulled a gun to steal some of the pot. Police said the robber attempted to tie the hands of the pot seller and another man who was inside the apartment when the argument became physical. Two other suspects entered the apartment and the fight moved to the balcony area, where one of the apartment residents was pushed from the balcony, landing below, said police. The suspects fled in a 1999 white
Toyota 4 Runner SUV. One victim suffered abrasions and a small bump on his head. The other apartment occupant was not injured. The suspects were described as four Hispanic males, but police did not release any further descriptions. Northern Division is investigating.
Man stabbed by unknown attacker; motive unclear Investigators are looking in the stabbing of a man in the 2200 block of Grand Avenue shortly before 9 p.m. on Nov. 22. The victim, described as a 29-yearold Hispanic man, was stabbed at least once in the chest by an unknown assailant or possibly more than one, according to police. The victim’s wife reported the incident when the man stumbled into their home. Police said it was not clear where or why the incident might have occurred, but the case remains under investigation.
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disposing of waste, Coastkeeper acts as a liaison between vigilant residents and the city department that can address their concerns. “We’re trying to use our connections to get reports to the right people,” said Jill Witkowski, waterkeeper for Coastkeeper. “Also, some people want to remain anonymous, so there’s more privacy for those who maybe aren’t comfortable providing names to the city. It can also be hard for the city to follow through with anonymous complaints, so we act as the go-between in those cases.” In some instances, Coastkeeper also provides a more thorough experience than the city has the resources for. “Some residents want a follow-up to their inquiry, to know what happened, but the city doesn’t have the capacity to do that,” Witkowski said. “We can follow through and keep people informed.” Recently, La Jolla was the site of two cases of water pollution that, through Coastkeeper’s hotline, were brought to the attention of city officials and quickly resolved. In one case, a resident witnessed a neighbor dumping paint down a storm drain. The resident called the hotline, and the information got passed to Witkowski, who emailed it to the city’s stormwater hotline. When she hadn’t heard back a week later — and when the concerned resident complained that the issue was ongoing — Witkowski decided to call the city’s Think Blue hotline and requested information on the initial complaint. She found out the city’s inspector hadn’t been able to reach the offending resident until that day, but was finally able to get in touch and inform the resident of the policies regarding the disposal of paint. According to a write-up that Witkowski posted on Coastkeeper’s website, when the resident who had filed the complaint returned home that evening, the neighbor was hard
at work cleaning up the mess. “Reporting these issues is often a last ditch effort for people when they feel like they can’t talk to their neighbors,” Witkowski said. “We like to see it as a way for everybody to pitch in to educate others and help change behaviors, which will lead us to better water quality. We’re just trying to provide a service to help those that can’t reach a solution through neighborly conversation.” In another case, a La Jollan brought to Coastkeeper’s attention the build-up of sand, mud and debris that had caused the low-flow diversion drains in the community to be clogged, thus causing urban runoff to flow directly into the stormwater drains — and right on to the beach. Though the hotline has been in effect for quite some time, Witkowski said the number of incoming calls and emails has increased lately — heartening news for those who, no matter how badly they want to combat water pollution, simply can’t be everywhere at once. “The more we can talk about the pollution problem, the more likely it will be we can do something about it,” she said. “We all contribute to pollution, and it’s difficult and expensive to expect the city and county to clean up after we’ve caused the problem, instead of doing our part to confront it beforehand. I think if people look at it as a pocketbook issue, hopefully that could be an effective message and they’d be prompted to do something.” Doing something, Witkowski said, can be as easy as talking about action. “We need to get educated about the impacts of the choices we make, and we can all act on the little things to prevent pollution,” she said. “Taking your car to a car wash that collects the soapy water or washing your car in the grass if you can, making sure your sprinklers water the grass and not the sidewalk — these are all little things we can do. Once we’re able to do those things in our own lives, we can talk to our friends and neighbors. It’s that simple.”
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people behind the stats make all the difference in the group’s effectiveness. One Saturday a month, a core of Coastkeeper volunteers take to the county’s waterways at 40 locations that feed into nine of the 11 area watersheds, loading up on samples for presentation of data to various state and local environmental offices and the Environmental Protection Agency. It’s not as easy as it sounds, because the volunteers do more than gather water — they’re responsible for the actual sample analysis, shoring up state and local governments’ limited collection resources. Coastkeeper’s water-quality laboratory manager credits the program with making the county’s monitoring effort one of the biggest and best in the state. “Because our volunteers produce professional-level data,” Travis Pritchard said,
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“they become a vital part of the Coastkeeper team and of a larger effort by many community, government and corporate stakeholders to understanding San Diego County’s water quality and how to improve it.” Coastkeeper recently announced its 2013 volunteer monitoring schedule, which begins with training sessions on Jan. 26 and continues March 16, May 18, July 20, Sept. 14 and Nov. 16. The last sample collection of 2012 takes place on Saturday, Dec. 15. Sample collections in 2013 take place beginning Feb. 23 and continue April 20, June 22, Aug, 17, Oct. 19 and Dec. 14. Founded in 1995, Coastkeeper has been gathering its data since 2000 and has just signed its 700th volunteer. The group’s 2011 watershed report, its first, noted that 85 recruits collected samples reflecting the health of nine watersheds for 2009-10 from the Tijuana River site to just south of Fallbrook. The majority of the watersheds’ health readings fell
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into the “fair” category. No county watershed scored in the “marginal” or “excellent” ranges. While these data may not always augur well, the solutions do — and Pritchard said the volunteers play a vital role to that end for one very important reason. “Water-quality professionals,” Pritchard said, “are terrible at getting their data out to the public. I know what you mean about the [colossally thick] reports from places like the [California] Coastal Commission and the EPA. [The volunteers] make the collection process faster from our end and not adding to the backlog. They understand our way of using data to tell a story … We are extremely grateful for them.” For a look at Coastkeeper’s watershed report, visit www.sdcoastkeeper.org. For information on how to become a water-quality monitor, email email@example.com or call the group’s community engagement coordinator at (619) 758-7743, ext. 131.
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‘Bikes, Boards and Brews’ holiday fundraiser is Dec. 8 BY MARIKO LAMB | BEACH & BAY PRESS Three of Pacific Beach’s favorite activities will converge in the beachfront community for the inaugural “Bikes, Boards and Brews” holiday fundraiser on Saturday, Dec. 8 at the renowned Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa, located at 3999 Mission Blvd. The event will kick off with a community ride around Mission Bay at 11 a.m., starting from the boardwalk at Catamaran Pier. Then, from noon to 4 p.m., the festivities will continue with a vintage beach-themed party that will include beer tasting from more than a dozen local brewers, food pairings by 10 of Pacific Beach’s best restaurants, live music by locals Jackson Price and The Yes Team, and coastal-inspired masterpieces by artist Katy Helen Art and photographers Matt Aden and Rachel McFarlin. Surf Monkey, Pacific Coast Bicycle, Rusty Spokes and Pacific Beach Cruisers will showcase unique bikes at the event alongside a few vintage surfboards from Taco Surf to highlight the best of PB culture — past and present — and reminisce the endless summer days of Tourmaline Beach.
Tickets to the fundraiser, which includes 10 beer tastings, food pairings, live music and art, are $25 in advance or $30 at the door. All funds raised from the event will help fund Discover PB’s programs, including Shop Local, holiday event and other programs to help enhance Pacific Beach. Presale tickets are available at www.pbbeerfest.com.
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a day of it and complete their holiday shopping in our local businesses, grab dinner at your favorite PB restaurant and stroll along the streets to check out the great window decorating,” said Sara Berns, Discover PB’s executive director. “This is a day to come out and celebrate the holidays with your community.” The Pacific Beach Holiday Parade was first established in 1977. To pay homage to Pacific Beach’s 125th anniversary this year as well, the parade is themed “Holidays Past and Presents” to showcase PB’s longstanding history and distinct community culture throughout the years. Floats and classic cars will reflect the theme, and parade participants are encouraged to dress in garb from their favorite time period.
Despite the community’s fondness for the annual holiday parade, the longstanding Pacific Beach tradition has experienced a couple of setbacks over the years, forcing its cancellation in 2009, revived in 2010, and cancelled again just last year because of a lack of funding. “The parade is difficult to fund because there are no income sources like vendors or concession sales, like you would have for a festival,” said Berns. “Because our parade is so long, the street closure — which is charged per block — is very expensive.” This year, however, a dedicated group of community members made it their mission to bring the parade back — hopefully, for good. “Discover PB decided to move forward with the parade because of the huge effort made by the community to raise the funds,” Berns said. “People that live and work in this community really make
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it happen and wanted to see the parade return.” Through fundraising efforts spearheaded by the Beach Bar Guild and generous support from the Pacific Beach Community Foundation, the community’s goal to save the parade this year has been achieved. “They started with a goal last year to save the parade and worked tirelessly to get it done,” said Berns. “They raised the majority of the funding needed for the parade by hosting events attended by the community to bring this parade back.” To ensure the community’s beloved holiday event continues long into the future, businesses and community members are encouraged to contribute to the Pacific Beach Holiday Parade fund throughout the year. For more information about how to donate, contact Berns at (858) 273-3303, or email email@example.com.
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Dr. Kenneth Anderson has been practicing family and sports medicine in Pacific Beach for 22 years. Now he has opened his own clinic. The Anderson Medical Center is located at 1945 Garnet Avenue. The clinic features the latest in technology including digital x-rays and electronic health records. Patients will be seen on a walk-in basis. This allows easy access with the extended hours from 8 a.m. to
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Members of the Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC) recently presented a $500 donation to Capt. Brian Ahearn (right) to bolster the much-needed improvements to the police department’s community storefront in Pacific Beach. Shown are, from left, John Wilding, J.C.Wilding & Co. Contractors Inc; Joe Wilding (handing check), outgoing PBTC president; Susan Lowary, PBTC Communications Committee chairwoman; Alan Harris, incoming PBTC president; Michelle Fulks, Bird Rock Community Council board member; and Ahearn, who is with Northern Division. Officials say the storefront is sorely in need of a deep cleaning, new paint, and repairs to walls, floors and the bathroom. More funding is obviously needed for these and a desired trash compactor and water purifier, but officials agree this is a good start.
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acquisition of seasoned pro quarterback Peyton Manning. Despite the contemporary fan base, Fred’s’ affiliation with the Broncos dates back many years. “One of our employees that worked here with us for a summer, Byron Chamberlain, actually played for the Broncos and has two Super Bowl rings as part of that team,” said Dickert. “He helped get it started. We put out a couple posts and found several [Broncos] groups as well, and it started from there.” With both the Niners and the Broncos in the picture for playoffs this season, Fred’s and Typhoon Saloon are packed to the brim every Sunday with fans enjoying the game alongside an ice cold brew or the restaurant-bars’ game day “tailgate special,” which includes a choice of barbequed meat and traditional tailgate sides like potato salad, macaroni and cheese or baked beans. And with nearly 40 TVs at Typhoon
and 20 more at Fred’s, those who want to simultaneously keep up with all the games at once have found their hotspot for game day. “We have a multitude of TVs on both sides, so we’re showing all the games in addition to the teams we support, so you can definitely follow your fantasy football teams,” said Dickert. “We’re about the next best thing to being at the stadium. We’ve just got great food, a great staff and with Typhoon being as big as it is, you’ll never have a problem finding a seat.” Coming up on Feb. 3, Typhoon will also play host to a Super Bowl XLVII bash in partnership with Vavi, a local sports club and social team. Details An inflatable sign points the way to NFL game-day action at Typhoon Saloon and Fred’s MexCourtesy photo about the event will be available at ican Café. www.typhoonsaloon.com. Fred’s Mexican Café and Typhoon Saloon are located at 1165 Garnet Ave. For more information, visit www.typhoonsaloon.com. or www.fredsmexicancafe.com.
One is a festive restaurant serving up some of the freshest Mexican fare this side of the border. The other is a casual nightclub featuring a cavernous interior with plenty of dancin’ room. Despite their differences, Fred’s Mexican Café and Typhoon Saloon act as a second home for a horde of devoted football enthusiasts on NFL game day. A healthy mix of orange-and-blueclad Denver Broncos fans fill up Fred’s Mexican Café — the portion of the establishment that faces the street corner — while a crowd of red-and-goldladen patrons cheer on the San Francisco 49ers in the spacious Typhoon Saloon, located in the back and western portion of the same building. “There are so many people that are not from San Diego that live here,” said Ryan Dickert, general manager of Fred’s and Typhoon Saloon. “We definitely support our teams. If you’re a fan of either team, this is your home.” What used to be a small 49ers contingent a few years ago has grown into a dedicated gathering of committed fans who line up outside Typhoon’s doors before game time every Sunday, Dickert said. “We started with the 49ers midway through the season back in 2008,” he said. “We had a small 49er crew of locals and a few employees that still kept coming in even though their team wasn’t doing so well. We started putting the sound on for their games and it just evolved into the beast that it is now.” Likewise, Fred’s is constantly packed with loyal Broncos followers on game day, a tradition that started just last season during the quarterback Tim Tebow craze and continues now with the San Francisco 49ers fans show their colors at Typhoon Saloon on Garnet Avenue. Courtesy photo
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People in the news MISSION BAY HIGH • School tour on Wednesday, D ec. 12, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Check in at the front of fice and meet at the library. Learn more about the inter national baccalaureate program and all MBHS has to of fer. Meet the IB coordinator, staf f and parents while learning about the many varied oppor tunities for students in academics, spor ts, technology, fine ar ts, the sciences and the IB program. To find out more about the MBHS tour, call (858) 273-1313 or email Doug McIntosh at firstname.lastname@example.org. • MBHS Winter Concert takes place on Friday, D ec. 14 at 7 p.m. The show features the MB HS Jazz Ensemble and the Preservationists. Students and children are admitted free; $5 general admission. Directed by J.P. Balmat. PB MIDDLE • Cele brate the season with festive holiday music presented by the talented musicians under director John O’Donnell. Strings and Choir Concert takes place on Wednesday, D ec. 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the PBMS auditorium; B ands Concer t is set for Thursday, Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium; Concer t Band performs and marches in the Pacific Beach Holiday Parade on Saturday, D ec. 15 at 1 p.m. • PBMS is helping with a toy drive to help refugee families in San D iego for the holiday season. New, unwrapped toys can be dropped of f at the front of fice. They can also be given online through Amazon.com; search wish lists link for “Hope
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Pacific Beach resident G. Pasha Turley won an honorable-mention award recently in the ninth annual Digital Art and Photography Show at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church. Turley’s winning entry was a digital canvas print entitled “Quiet Dreams.” The show’s theme was “Creation Continues.” The show placed 33 G. PASHA TURLEY works on view that were created by 16 artists. The juror was award-winning graphic artist Randall Cornish.
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Local girls honored with leadership awards Seven young ladies from Pacific Beach Middle School, one from Mission Bay High and another from High Tech High in Point Loma were honored with distinction recently during the annual Jenna Druck Foundation “Spirit of Leadership” awards gala and leadership conference. Each year, hundreds of extraordinary San Diego County middle school and high school-age girls are nominated by the community to receive the “Spirit of Leadership” award.
Among the awards to be handed out are those in the areas of community leadership, student leadership, academic leadership, creative leadership, athletic leadership, family leadership, personal integrity and the “undiscovered leader.” Award recipients include: • Jasmine Smith, Mission Bay High • Jessica Coyne, High Tech High • Myka Green, Pacific Beach Middle School • Alex Briski, PB Middle international baccalaureate program • Serena Castro, PB Middle international baccalaureate program • Katrina Eisenhardt, PB Middle international baccalaureate program • Ciara Gray, PB Middle international baccalaureate program • Maddie Tandy, PB Middle international baccalaureate program • Martina Pulido, PB Middle international baccalaureate program and • Jessica Coyne, PB Middle international baccalaureate program The Jenna Druck Center was founded by Dr. Ken Druck in honor of the life of his daughter, Jenna, who passed away when she was just 21. In celebration of Jenna’s commitment to leadership and positive change, the Spirit of Leadership program was established. The Spirit of Leadership Conference is one of the highlights of this year-round program, and just one of many ways in which the Center gives back to the young girls in our community. For more information on the Jenna Druck Foundation and the “Spirit of Leadership” awards, visit www.jennadruckcenter.org.
SeaWorld’s Christmas celebration offers extravaganza of family fun With special holiday-themed animal shows, real snow, reindeer, festive décor and lots of activities in the wings, SeaWorld San Diego is preparing to wow families this Christmas season. Back this year is SnowWorld, a winter wonderland of snowmen and family fun, with a brand-new snowball target game for
kids and snow falling along the pathway. SeaWorld will also be decked out with more lights and décor than ever before, and a baby reindeer named Jingles is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face, said park officials. SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration takes place on the weekends through Dec. 16 and then daily from Dec. 22 through Jan. 5. Holiday festivities are included with admission. Shamu and friends celebrate with the “Shamu’s Christmas” nighttime killer whale show; SeaWorld’s prankster-loving pinnipeds (California sea lions) have a hilarious holiday time in “Clyde and Seamore Save Christmas,” the cats and dogs at Pets’ Playhouse take over and throw a Christmas party full of highjinks in “Christmas Tails,” and the nightly lighting of SeaWorld’s 320-foot Skytower Christmas Tree of Lights will capture the spirit of the season. Among this year’s features: • 8,000 square feet of fresh snow each day and impromptu visits from SeaWorld’s arctic foxes will add to the wintery atmosphere. SnowWorld will be open daily through Jan. 5. • Santa’s Cottage, featuring an expanded reindeer corral, pathway characters like elves, a toy soldier on stilts and Mrs. Claus, plus cookie decorating and photos with Santa. The reindeer corral will be open daily through Jan. 5. • “Clyde and Seamore Save Christmas,” daily through Jan. 6. • “Shamu’s Christmas,” which runs weekends through Dec. 16 and nightly Dec. 22–Jan. 5. • “The Polar Express 4-D Experience,” which takes viewers on a journey to the North Pole where a doubting young boy learns that the wonder of life never fades for those who believe. An 18minute presentation. Runs daily through Jan. 6. For complete show schedules, prices and information, visit www.seaworldsandiego.com or call (800) 25-SHAMU. — Staff and contribution
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD PB Library announces changes for month of December Good news for bibliophiles. Effective this month, all branch libraries, including the Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library, will be open 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Mondays. However, the library will be closed for the holidays from Dec. 24 through Jan. 1. Other changes this month include: • Toddler Yoga, a variety of fun poses for parents and their children, plus stories and singing, takes place from 11 to 11:55 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6 and Thursday, Dec. 20. Babies up to 24 months participate from 11 to 11:25 a.m. and toddlers 2 to 4 years from 11:30 to 11:55 a.m. • New times for Friends of the PB
Library book sales are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays. That’s in addition to the former schedule of 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The sales, on the Cass Street Plaza, support the library, while offering locals bargain books and movies. Also for the holidays, the library will host Gingerbread House Decorating at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 19. And don’t be surprised if there are some holiday favorites in the sing-along at 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 14. The library is located at 4275 Cass St. For more info, call (858) 581-9934. — Marsha Kay Seff
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SATURDAY, Dec 8 The Santa Clara Recreation Centerwill host a “Yuletide on the Bay” event from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event includes arts and crafts, hot beverages, face painting, a chance to have a photo taken with Santa and front-row seats for the Mission Bay “Parade of Lights.” Tickets for face painting or a Santa photo are $1. The rec center is located at 1008 Santa Clara Place. For more information, call (858) 581-9928.
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Pacific Paradise Realty celebrated our 1 year anniverary on December 1, 2012 with 24 transactions and over $14,000,000 in sales. Our property management continues to grow with our focus on “higher end” rentals. Thank you for all your support and we look forward to working with you in 2013. Karen & Mike
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Karen: 619-379-1194 • Mike: 619-384-8538 E-mail: PacificParadiseRealty@gmail.com Web: www.karen-mike.com
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Melbo 1677 LOS ALTOS RD 2480963
North Pacific Beach This beautifully designed home is perfectly sited on a .3 acre lot with amazing ocean, bay, and city views from all the main living areas, master bedroom, and guest bedroom! Recently refurbished inside and out, this home has the look and feel of new! The home includes 5 Bedrooms 5.5 Baths, 5465 square feet, family room, office area, 3 car garage, large enclosed front yard, and a private pool and spa in the view oriented back yard. The gated community of Los Altos Estates is a private enclave of just eight homes. The owners have exclusive use of the communities tennis court, clubhouse, pool and spa.
La Jolla/Birdrock 5535 TAFT AVE.
Feels like it was just built! Locatd in Birdrock only a few blocks away from the beach. Solar powered Smart Home for amazing energy eﬃciency. Unique 3rd story with large deck for entertaining. Spectacular architecture & interior design complete w/ a dumbwaiter to send your cocktails up to the upper ﬂoors! High end home theater systems throughout. Tropical backyard Oﬀered at $2,989,000 w/large patio and a yard for your BBQ’s!
Your own "So-Cal Tropical Paradise" that's perfect for entertaining! Almost 2300 square feet of living space with upper/lower patio areas, a bonus room that has panoramic window views and a wet bar! Solar pool, hot tub, and outdoor speakers too!
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Enjoy spectacular panoramic ocean views from Ocean Beach to PB Point from this luxurious oceanfront home in North Paciﬁc Beach. This rarely available ocean front residence features almost 45,000 of pristine living space on 2 ﬂoors with 6 bedrooms and 5 baths on a large private lot. This rooftop deck is nearly 1,000 square feet with hot tub and built in wet bar/BBQ for entertaining. Don’t miss the opportunity!
I just sold a triplex in Paciﬁc Beach for $20k more than the full asking price and closed in only 21 days! Call me to list your 2-4 units!
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Buy a Home for the Holidays with all the Trimmings Enjoy the holidays in this elegant townhome. Just a short sleigh ride to Sail Bay!
www.803Toulon.com Luxurious Masterpiece in Mission Beach Incredible opportunity to own this luxurious masterpiece in the heart of Mission Beach! This one of a kind, detached property includes kitchen facilities on each of the three floors, Costa Verde Granite throughout, Thermadore and Fischer appliances, large flat screens, and surround sound systems on all three levels (including outdoor patios). The property is being sold fully furnished and would make a magnificent second home or high-end vacation rental. Major Reduction.
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Owner occupied 4br 3ba bayfront townhome with stunning views of the Beach and Bay. Top floor features a high arched beam architectural ceiling. Spacious width of the living/dining area & master bedroom suite is a design plus. Unit comes with 3 parking spaces and storage galore.
2740 Granada Avenue Extraordinary craftsman beauty in Morley Field just steps to Balboa Park & Golf Course. This 5br / 2ba home features mature landscaping and a koi pond, original hardwood floors, Box Beam ceilings & beautiful original woodwork throughout.
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1600 sq ft, 3/2 well 1127 Beryl Offer received in less than a day, appointed remodel 1 block from the bay. Home has close of Escrow in 30 days! Call to find out how I been completely remodelled and features a gourmet can sell your home fast as well. kitchen, wood floors throughout, custom tiled bathrooms and showers, new roof, large yard and patio and much more. Call for a private showing.
This stunning 2012 sq ft 3BR/2.5BA bay front condo is complete w/ many high-end features. Gorgeous kit w/ ss appls, granite & stone tile. Wake up to the beautiful bay views from the master & enjoy coffee on one of 4 balconies. Entertaining made easy w/ a large open living room w/built-in entertainment center & courtyard w/built-in grill. Deluxe master suite w/fireplace, balcony, dual walk-in closets w/ built-in fixtures, spa tub, gorgeous large shower.
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