Welcome to the June “Father’s Day” edition of Village News Magazine. We are so pleased to help you celebrate your dad. My dad was a Dentist. But he found time to spend time with my sister and I growing up. He taught me to fish, swing a golf club though we never got to play a round together. He taught me how to be tender to people around me and how to get ahead in this world. He also taught me to swim and dive off the diving board at a very young age. He encouraged me to do my best and to have a distinctive style in whatever I did. So here’s to you dad. HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! Thursday, 6 June 1944 and during the long summer that followed, men from all over the world came to fight in Normandy to defeat Nazism and re-establish freedom. It was known as D-Day. Saturday, June 8th is National Best Friend Day. Flag Day is the 14th of this month. Wave it proudly. June 16th is Father’s Day. Enough said? Nah. We cover it later in this magazine. Friday the 21st is the official beginning of Summer. It’s also Take your dog to work day. C’mon Rover. Let’s go! The 27th is National Ice Cream day. Sign me up!! What’s your favorite flavor? The 29th is National Camera Day. Smile for the birdie! :)
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Golf Tips 5 Golf Tips: Gadget Free Drill
Education Education 4 6 6 8 10 17
Fashion Trends For the Man AMC911 April Showers BB&T Wealth: A Partner for Life VBSPCA: Dancing for Paws Computer Mandate Real Estate: Show me the MONEY!
FEATURE FEATURE 8 Here’s to you Dad 12 Harris Teeter Frozen Food & Dairy 19 BB&T Cordially Invites YOU!
Neighborhood Neighborhood News News 15 Natural Virginia Beach Honey Bee Bald Eagles
17 Gourmet SELECTS: Whiskey Glazed Flat Iron Steak 5 COCKTAILS On The House: Black Pepper Gibson
Humor 13 Golf Humor
If you’ve got eagle eyes, you might have noticed by now that some trends overlap. Like this double-breasted suit Lin-Manuel Miranda wore to the London opening of Hamilton that’s also— you got it—a natty, textured brown.
Maybe corduroy isn’t so much a trend so much as it is a search term that has dramatically risen in the cold weather months. Probably just like it does every winter, but really who’s to say? All I know is here at SG HQ, we’re very into this cozyass fabric for guys all winter long. Whether you feel comfortable wearing corduroy pants (my brother-in-law doesn’t! Read about it here), or prefer to stick to a corduroy trucker jacket, now’s the time to jump on the zshush zshush train.
By now, you all own a denim jacket, right? Right?! RIGHT?! Of course you do. Now, get ready to take things to advanced level men’s fashion trends in 2019. Layering your outerwear under more outerwear.
These days, fake fur can look and feel just as good as the real thing. If you want to eschew the real stuff for ethical reasons, or just because you think it’s tacky, there’s plenty of options out there for you. Think: parkas, moto jackets, and more.
The best way to spend time with your dad on Father’s Day takes place at the same location you took your mom to for brunch! Instead of sipping mimosas in the clubhouse, you can hit the greens with dad. The truth is that like our moms, dads just want to spend some quality time with us and maybe do a little outdoor activity too. Dad’s love golf, it’s the perfect opportunity to drink some beer and enjoy the weather with his favorite child. We assume that’s you, and if you take him golfing for Father’s Day, it definitely is you! What more could a father ask for? The only aspect that could possibly damper this Father’s Day plan is your being afraid of embarrassing yourself in front of your dad. We got you covered on that front and are going to provide some tips on how to get prepped to not embarrass yourself in front of your dad on the golf course. Go Get Some Practice at the Driving Range Take some time to hit the driving range before you go golfing with dad. Even if it’s just to get some pointers or shake the nerves off, be sure you are prepared to golf with dad on Father’s Day.
Prepare Drinks You might think you can handle your alcohol, but you’re dad has been doing this for way longer. Be sure to prepare his favorite alcohol and maybe bring some whiskey for him to enjoy on the back 9. He will definitely appreciate it. Remember None of It Matters The most important part of Father’s Day is spending time with dad. So, make sure you do just that. This might be the perfect time to actually bond with him. Let him give you some advice about golfing, let him give you a little grief about your bad putting technique, but most of all, don’t let him win. If there’s one thing that dads hate, it’s a pity round of golf. If you beat him he’ll be proud, if you lose he’ll be happy. There’s no downside. No matter what, we encourage young men to take their father’s out for a day on the course. And if you are ready to have fun with dad, call your local golf course and get them to reserve space.
Happy Father’s Day!!!
April Showers Brought May Flowers… But What Else did they bring? Everyone in the Hampton Roads area enjoys the beautiful flowers that our rainy April brings us. None of us enjoy the pollen and allergies of course. Even more so, all homeowners dislike the other effects to our homes. Rest assured though, there are companies out there who can help us identify and resolve the home issues April showers bring. Recently working on my yard I noticed something concerning. I noticed some standing water around the border of my brick wall and some cracks on the brick. I called my husband and sister right away. They are my go to people for advice. My husband said he did not know if it would be wise to DIY this and that we should look for an expert. My sister listened and told me about a company her neighbor had just used and gave them a great recommendation. When I called AMC911 Foundation & Waterproofing Systems (amc911.com), what they told me tends to happen post a rainy season sounded exactly what we were seeing. They said that the rains can impact your home in many ways, the main 3 categories they mentioned were: 1. Your home will either
experience foundation issues (the cracks on the outside or the inside of the house, the doors and windows sticking, your floors feeling slopped) mainly due to all the moisture around the foundation of the house, and/or the rains washing a lot of the dirt away and creating an unstable ground for your home to stand on. 2. You will experience moisture in your crawl space that will lead to rotted girder beams, mold, cold/moist floors as well as possibly a stinky/moldy smell throughout the house. 3. Around your yard you may see standing water, where mosquitoes fester, and your kids will look like they were in a mud pit if you let them play outside.
We clearly had 2 of the 3 main issues they were talking about. It was a relief to know they were the experts, had a great reputation, and most importantly knew the priority of how and what to fix in our home. I hope my sharing this story and some photos of the work they did for us help guide you and give you peace if you are seeing the same things we are in our yard and home. So, if your house is making a 911 call – be sure to call AMC911 Foundation & Waterproofing Systems (amc911.com).
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Here’s To You Dad, Daddy, Pop, Father! When I was a boy (pictured in back of the smoke) my dad meant everything. Whether you called him Dad, Daddy, Pop, Father or something off the beaten path, He was the leader of the pack. With me, my sister and my aunt watching him make magic on the grill, my dad could turn a head by the way he walked, talked and communicated. A dentist by trade, he was a fabulous classic piano player who aspired to be a concert pianist one day but the family became more important. Born in Russia he came to America when he was about 12 to meet up with his Father and two sisters in the Bronx of New York city. He studied music growing up but when his family moved to Los Angeles in the 20s, he decided music would have to wait and education would take center stage. He worked hard on his grades and was accepted into USC. He learned and set his sites on becoming a dentist. He made the grade. When he was drafted in world war 2, he was stationed in York, Nebraska. When his number came up instead of shipping out over seas, he stayed in Nebraska. You see, he was working on the teeth of the base commander and she demanded he stay to finish up. It took until the end of the war. During that time in Nebraska, he married my mom and they had my sister Ricki. After the war he moved into a track house in Westchester which was located in Los Angeles. All the families were from the military and the homes looked pretty much the same. As their 8
families grew in size, it provided a fantastic environment for the kids to play (there must have been 30 kids about the same ages. The girls loved Elvis while the boys liked to spend all day playing monopoly. My dad had a small standup piano and spent evenings playing for us. We had one of the first TV sets on our block. About a 12” screen inside a beautiful cabinet. Our house was only 800 square feet but it seemed huge to me when I was a kid. My dad loved to deep sea fish. He would go out on the weekends to the barge parked several miles off the California coast. He would fish all day, come home with a bunch of mackerel for my mom to clean and eat for dinner. My dad couldn’t wait until I was old enough to go fishing. He taught me how to make a super knot so the bait wouldn’t fall off. I use that knot to this day. I taught it to my son Chris. In any case, my dad was a special kind of dentist using all his talents and learning all that could be learned in his trade. He became the first President of the Association of Dental Hypnotics for Dentistry in the country. 40 years after he became a dentist, his college (USC) named a “Chair” after him. That was a big honor. He was well known in the community he served but he was not in good health. 3 heart attacks later, he passed. I realized when I was grown that I hated fishing. I went because it gave me a full day to be with my dad. I did learn a lot of valuable lessons from him growing up. So this article is to my dad and to your dads for the things they did for us growing up. Happy Father’s Day!
Dinner & Dessert Good Enough to EAT!
1/2 cup whiskey, such as Jack Daniels 1 tablespoon brown sugar Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil 4 cloves garlic, smashed Four 8-ounce flat iron steaks or filet mignon steaks 1 1/2 pounds Yukon gold potatoes 2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar
Remember you eat with your eyes first You should enjoy the food you eat.
Preheat a grill on medium-high heat. Whisk together the whiskey, brown sugar, 1 1/2 teaspoons salt and 1 teaspoon pepper until the sugar and salt are dissolved. Stir in 2 tablespoons of the oil and the garlic. Add the steaks, turn a few times to coat with the marinade and let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Remove the steaks from the marinade and pat dry with paper towels. Pour the marinade into a small pot and bring to a boil. Boil for 2 to 3 minutes until slightly reduced, making sure the sugar does not burn, to make a glaze and sauce for the steak.
Here, Village News Shows you how.
1 graham cracker crust 12 oz. cream cheese, softened 1/2 c. granulated sugar 1/4 cup brown sugar 2 tbsp. cocoa powder 1/2 c. chocolate chips, melted (plus more for drizzling) pinch of salt 1 1/2 c. heavy cream 1 1/2 c. mini marshmallows 1/2 c. chopped almonds Make filling: In a large bowl, combine cream cheese, sugars, cocoa powder, melted chocolate, and salt. Beat with a hand mixer until smooth. Gradually add heavy cream and beat until stiff peaks form. Pour into prepared graham cracker crust. Refrigerate until set, about 2 hours. Cover top of pie with marshmallows and almonds. Broil, until toasted, about 1 minute.
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The Computer Mandate www.ExecTechVA.net Dear Village News Readers, Happy June to you. We too are very excited to celebrate Father’s Day with you. I’m sure you’ll treat the ole man great this year with his favorite dinner and drink. But what about his computer? Did you surprise dad this year with a new computer? Did he look a little like a dear in headlights when he tried to hook it up to everything? Instead of letting dad muddle through this on his own, call me. We’ll make him look like a genius. We’ll set everything up, get him the proper certificates and upgrade his programs. Dad deserves the best and you can make that happen for him. If you didn’t get him a new unit this year, you might want us to come out and clean his current CPU 10
and check to make sure his computer is up to date with the newest software and hardware. Remember the old saying, “An ounce of prevention is like a pound of cure.” I’m not saying pay me now or pay me later. But if his computer hasn’t been cleaned in at least six months, it’s time. All that green stuff on your car is also in your home. We don’t want to get it inside the computer where it can do some harm. Happy Father’s Day dads. At Executive Technology, we take care of you, so you don’t have to! I always say: We're always available to Village News readers for a quick analysis of your equipment. Just give us a call at 497-1620. Remember our motto: David “Can-Do!”
Tips for low-maintenance landscaping A lush lawn and garden boosts your home's curb appeal, but it also takes a lot of your free time. You want to spend that time enjoying the space, not taking care of it. The solution? A few low-maintenance strategies to keep your yard looking great while maximizing your relaxation time. 1. Install an automatic irrigation system: With an automatic irrigation system, you don't even need to be home to water your lawn and garden. You can spend all that extra time kicked back on your front porch enjoying the view of a luscious green lawn. Automatic irrigation systems are also cost-effective - providing water to your lawn exactly where and when it's needed. Random dry patches or wet sidewalks and driveways will be a thing of the past. 2. Use high-quality equipment: When purchasing your next riding or walk-behind lawn mower, take time to make an informed decision. The engine is the most important part of the mower. Keep in mind, KOHLER engines are built to last, with many models having commercial-grade components. Additional features will help your mower to maintain engine speed in tough conditions and eliminate the need to prime or choke the engine so you can just turn the key and go.
3. Choose perennials: Flower beds are the perfect complement to a lush, green lawn. Plants like coneflowers, blackeyed Susans and Russian sage come back year after year and don't need to be replanted. 4. Strategically placed mulch: Mulch is one of the best investments you can make in your yard. When it breaks down over time, mulch fertilizes your plants and can prevent weeds. It adds a pleasant aroma to your outdoor spaces and doesn't require watering. 5. Follow lawn care best practices: Save yourself the extra hassle by following basic lawn care best practices. For example, keep your grass-cutting blades sharp, avoid cutting the grass too short and mow when the grass is dry. Additionally, grasscycling - leaving grass clippings on the lawn after cutting - helps fertilize the lawn and creates less work for you. There may be no such thing as a maintenance-free lawn, but choosing the right tools and techniques can make your life a lot easier. Follow these tips and learn more at KohlerEngines.com.
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Have you ever wondered why Harris Teeter has such a large selection of frozen foods & Dairy just for you? And have you ever wondered why they change selections to fit the various seasons of the year? says it’s because Harris Teeter buyers keep a close lookout for the right foods for you that match the right time of year. For example, did you know that for summer, many of the ice cream selections change and the variety increases? Through years of experience, they know that if you live near the beach, your selection may differ than inland stores. It’s the buying public that dictates the needs and wants of the store’s consumers. Years ago, the big go-to was the TV dinner. Image... one complete meal; chicken breast, mashed potatos, corn and fruit in syrup in one container. But there it was. Instant dinner. These days consumers want more from their Harris Teeter. Lower or no sodium food or low calories is the order of the day. Making the selection for those on diets, with needs for a complete, well balanced meal for one or the whole family is on the shelf in that frozen section. LEAN CUISINE®, Weight Watchers, to name just a few. Look in those cases: there are that many brands of french fries. Or breakfast meals. So many! And what about yogurt. There are so many kinds of yogurt offered it’s hard to make your choice. Over the years, Harris Teeter has made its reputation built on the needs of its customers. Is it the same in all different stores in Virginia Beach? NO. Gary Newell, our store manager says, “We go to great lengths to make our customers are happy with the types of foods they want readily available. We don’t want them to have to go to another store for anything. If we don’t have it, we will order it for you. If it’s out there,we make it available to you! says “We never give you the cold
shoulder here.” We know you have a choice when it comes to your grocery store. We never take that lightly. When you’re in our store next see Jeff Gelle who is the Dairy / Frozen Manager and say hello.
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Black Pepper Gibson Rinse a Martini glass with vermouth and set aside. Add the vodka to a mixing glass and fill with ice. Stir, and strain into the prepared glass. Garnish with cocktail onions and freshly cracked black pepper. Base Spirit: Vodka Cocktail Type: Classics Martinis Served: Neat/Up Preparation: Stirred Strength: Strong Difficulty: Medium Hours: Aperitif Dinner/Paired with food Evening Brands: Karlsson's
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Honey Bee Bald Eagles For the past several months I have been watching a family of local Bald Eagles in Virginia Beach. A mated pair had taken over an empty nest after the builder, an unmated male Bald Eagle, was struck and killed by a car. I had also observed him and docuented his life as an urban eagle, for several years. This new pair laid eggs in this nest in 2018, but they were destroyed in a territorial dispute with another Bald Eagle. At the end of January of this year, the mated pair again laid eggs in this nest that they had found and claimed as their own. In early March, the eggs hatched. It was not known until a few weeks later, how many eaglets were now in the nest. I determined that there were two. So, for the last few months I have been visiting this Bald Eagle nest pretty much on a daily basis. I have been truly blessed to see these two eaglets grow. And they grew very rapidly. At 10 weeks of age as I write this, they are almost as large as their parents. By the time this is published, they will have left the nest on their first flight and will be learning skills that Bald Eagles need for survival. They will be only about 12 weeks old! I have learned a lot about Bald Eagle chick development over the years which was
definitely enhanced by watching this local nest from the beginning. My mentor is Mr. Reese Lukei, a volunteer with the Center for Conservation Biology at William and Mary and also a Virginia Beach resident. As an example, the Bald Eagle egg is about the size of a baseball or tennis ball and the average weight is 4-4.5 oz. The eggs are incubated by both parents and the first one laid hatches in about 35 days. They have fluffy down on their bodies at first but eventually their juvenile feathers grow in and they are a deep brown. They donâ€™t develop the classic white Bald Eagle head and tail for 5 years, going through molts that change their feathers every year. Bald Eaglets eat a whole lot!!! The dad does most of the hunting/fishing but both parents have been seen feeding them. The parents are VERY protective especially regarding other large birds of prey. They chase off the Ospreys who nest close by and absolutely dislike other Bald Eagles that venture into their territory, dutifully escorting them from the area, screaming all the while. And after 3 months, they fly for the first time and eventually leave the nest area for good to continue to mature and eventually mate and have their own baby eagles!
Thus, the Circle of Life continues
Tips for an epic summer road trip The heat is almost on so now's the time to plan for a cool summer road trip. Whether you're going with friends or family, near or far, there's nothing like hitting the road for an epic summer trip. National parks, the coast, big cities, Main Street USA and fun/silly tourist destinations are all waiting. The road is yours. Once you've scoured the map and picked your perfect trip, take some time to make sure you're prepared. Here are some quick tips to help ensure a smooth journey: • Plan ahead ... but don't be afraid to be spontaneous and go off the beaten path. • Download road-friendly apps like Waze and Gas Buddy. • Check weather sites to see what your driving conditions will be. • Fill a cooler with drinks and bring lots of snacks. • Brush up on road trip games: Create fun memories by keeping everyone in the car engaged. • Put your phone/tablet on double-duty: Use its camera to capture pictures of the trip and load up some movies, music or games. • Try local eateries as opposed to chain restaurants. • Bring a first-aid kit. Just in case. • Take turns driving so everyone stays alert. • Make sure your vehicle is in road-worthy shape: Check the oil and all fluids, battery, spark plugs, air filter and tires ... especially the tires. 'The only parts of the vehicle that actually touch the road' "Definitely check your tires, especially if you're heading out on a summer road trip," said Alan Holtschneider, director of marketing for Yokohama Tire. "They influence the braking, steering, comfort, handling, 16
safety and fuel efficiency. Remember, they are also the only parts of the vehicle that actually touch the road." Holtschneider said whether your summer journey takes you to Disney World or the Grand Canyon, it's important to have the right tires for the trip. "For example, if you have a luxury SUV or crossover, a tire like the Geolandar X-CV fits the bill. It's long-lasting, provides strong traction, smooth handling and has a hush-quiet ride - perfect for cruising in style." Even after your summer road trip, Holtschneider strongly suggests keeping your tires properly maintained year-round. Try these tire safety tips: • Check tire pressure at least once a month - this takes about five minutes. Refer to the vehicle's owner's manual or placard on the driver's door to determine proper tire pressure. Tire pressure should be checked when the tires are cold. • Check your tread depth by placing a penny upside down into a tread groove. If you can see all of Lincoln's head, your tire's tread has worn down to the legal limit and you need to buy a new tire. • Tires should be replaced when the tread is worn down to 2/32 of an inch, the lowest legal limit. It's best to replace them before they reach 2/32 for optimal performance, especially in bad weather. OK, now you're ready to roll.
You are a property seller in the state of Virginia, and you have your property under contract with a buyer. You go to closing and sign all of the closing papers as agreed. The buyer also signs their closing paperwork and delivers the agreed upon funds to their settlement agent. So why aren’t you handed a check at the closing for your net proceeds from this sale? It is an interesting question and my sellers are often puzzled when I tell them what to expect. So, I thought it might be useful to share the explanation. Settlement is the formal process that accomplishes the transfer of ownership. The buyer and the seller have the right to choose their settlement agent and generally each will have separate representatives. Settlement agents in Virginia do not have to be attorneys but non-lawyers can only offer limited services. They may not practice law, which means they cannot interpret contracts or explain legal documents. The settlement agent for each party have distinct duties to perform. The settlement agent for the seller reviews the purchase agreement, prepares the deed to be transferred and other closing documents and mediates the settlement for the seller’s portion. The services performed by the settlement agent for the buyer include review of the sales contract, assemble necessary information and documentation, review title, arrange for a house location survey and issuance of title insurance, review loan instructions, prepare, and explain documents, and receive the buyer’s funds. After settlement, the Settlement Agent for the purchaser will record the Deed and Deed of Trust (if there is a loan) in the land records of the jurisdiction where the property is located. It is Virginia law that dictates the terms for recording the deed and dispersing funds from a real estate closing. According to code § 55-525.11, the settlement agent shall cause recordation of the deed, the deed of trust, or mortgage, or other documents required to be recorded and shall cause disbursement of settlement proceeds within two business days of settlement. A settlement agent may not disburse any or all loan funds or other funds coming into its possession prior to the recordation of any instrument except (i) funds received that are overpayments to be returned to the
provider of such funds, (ii) funds necessary to effect the recordation of instruments, or (iii) funds that the provider has by separate written instrument directed to be disbursed prior to recordation of any instrument. Additionally, in any transaction involving the purchase or sale of an interest in residential real property, the settlement agent shall provide notification to the purchaser of the availability of owner's title insurance as required under § 38.2-4616. A relatively new procedural requirement may also play a role in the timeframe for recordation and disbursement. Some lenders now require settlement agents to receive “funding authorization” in order to record and disburse transactions. Specifically, the lender requires that the settlement agent send certain documentation back to the lender after closing in order to receive “funding authorization”. Requested documents typically include the note, deed of trust, and closing disclosure among others. So, while you won’t get a check at the closing table, you will receive it as soon as the deed is properly recorded and funds can be legally disbursed. Are you interested in getting a closing check soon? Give me a call today. I’d be happy to help you with that! I am always available to assist you, a family member or a friend buy, sell or invest in real estate!
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Welcome to the June 2019 Father's Day Edition of Village News Magazine