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SERVING HUNTINGTON BEACH & NORTH WEST ORANGE COUNTY, CA 5901 WARNER AVENUE, #429 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA 92649

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February 01, 2014 714.914.9797 hbnews1@aol.com VOL. 23 NO. 488
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zala - A
nother
Classy Place
Pg. 29
2014 KinderVision
MLB Celeb Golf Event
and Sports Banquet
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e went the Crab and Shrimp sandwich
route from Blue Water Grill and
Sabatino's home made sausage sand-
wiches at the Turn...went through 20 cases of water,
Soda and Beer. OK, we had 170 golfers...
Most important -the support from all 35 MLB
greats, sponsors, Players and guests help prevent
some children for having the most in-humane po-
tential experience of their lives...abduction, abuse
and other horrific things... by trying, through
KinderVision, to get the word out, better prepare
the kids to avoid predators, etc.
And, how about those volunteers...
2014 MLB Celebrity Golf & Sport Banquet
Committee: Executive Committee: Tom Adams -
Title Sponsor, And Mars - Sponsors, Tim Ryan
- Golf Event, Joe Carchio Guests, 2014 All
Star Team: Wendy Kerr, Chris Campbell,
Melissa Snow, Patty Mancini, Michelle
Schuetz, Jennifer Rodriquez, Cathy
Meschuk, Accounting / Administration
-Sheila Comparan and, Founders: Doug
& Nancy Sebastian
Great Weather, the perfect local Golf
Course, Sponsors to applaud, Players
and Guest - are our most valuable
asset...WOW...
What about those Food Vendors:
Daytime: Blue Water Grill, Sabatino's,
Chic-fil-a, Old World German Restau-
rant, Fitzgerald's, Hotter's, and Buon
Gusto...then Outback Steak House for
cocktails,,, That's a golf package you
can get your teeth into.
Then Sponsors like Tiodize, Harbor Distributing,
Bristol, HB Hospital, HB Hospital United Rentals
and more like the HB Auto Dealers, Ford and
Hyundai..
Dave Garofalo
Tournament Director
P R E S O R T E D
S T D
U S P O S T A G E
P A I D
H U N T I N G T O N B E A C H , C A
P E R M I T N O . 4 3 8
Former Mayor
current HB
Council Member
Jill Hardy sings
National Anthem
Fernando Valenzuela Michael Reagan Bobby Grich Rollie Fingers
How about that Michael Reagan... and of course, Rollie Fingers, Bobby Grich, Al Downing, Bobby Welch, Fernando,
Kenny Landreaux and some other 30 MLB Greats...and Ed Arnold as the MC!
Thank you:
Tiodize Title Sponsor
KinderVision
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The Weak That Was
There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:
soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order.
America: Home of the Free because of the Brave
Dave Garofalo
Publisher
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We believe and practice being fully involved with the communities we serve.
This is essential in building good will, encouraging growth and above all staying connected in our backyard
My Thought For the Day
My thought for the Day: I've named my bathroom Jim. It sounds so much
better when I say I went to the Jim first thing in the morning... Agree...right!
A
well-worn one-
dollar bill and a
similarly dis-
tressed twenty-dollar bill
arrived at a Federal Re-
serve Bank to be retired.
As they moved along
the conveyor belt to be
burned, they struck up a
conversation.
The twenty-dollar bill
reminisced about its trav-
els all over the country.
"I've had a pretty good
life," the twenty pro-
claimed... "Why I've
been to Las Vegas and
Atlantic City , the finest
restaurants in New York ,
performances on Broad-
way, and even a cruise to
the Caribbean ...."
"Wow!" said the one-
dollar bill. "You've really
had an exciting life!"
"So, tell me," says the
twenty, "where have you
been throughout your
lifetime?"
The one dollar bill replies, "Oh, I've been to the
Methodist Church , the Presbyterian church, the Baptist
Church , the Lutheran Church and a few Catholic
Churches .."
The twenty-dollar bill interrupts, "What's a church?"
20 and 1
M
y dog had followed me to school one day. I
was in the fourth grad at a public elementary
school.
However, when the bell rang, my dog slided inside the build-
ing and made it all the way to my classroom before a teacher no-
ticed and shooed him outside, closing the door behind him. My
dog sat down, whimpered and stared at the closed doors. Then
I remember, God appeared beside the dog, patted his head, and
said, 'Don't feel bad fella'...they won't let ME in either'.
They Wont Let
Me In Either
The Year Is 1910, Over
One Hundred and 3 Years Ago
The year is 1910, over one hundred and 3 years
ago. What a difference a century makes!
Here are some statistics for the Year 1910:
The average life expectancy for men was 47 years.
Fuel for this car was sold in drug stores only.
Only 14 percent of the homes had a bathtub.
Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone.
There were only 8,000 cars and only 144 miles of
paved roads.
The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10
mph.
The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel
Tower!
The average US wage in 1910 was 22 cents per
hour.
The average US worker made between $200 and
$400 per year.
A competent accountant could expect to earn $2000
per year, a dentist $2,500 per year, a veterinarian be-
tween $1,500 and $4,000 per year, and a mechanical
engineer about $5,000 per year.
More than 95 percent of all births took place at
HOME.
Ninety percent of all Doctors had NO COLLEGE
EDUCATION! Instead, they attended so-called med-
ical schools, many of which were condemned in the
press AND the government as 'substandard.'
Sugar cost four cents a pound.
Eggs were fourteen cents a dozen.
Coffee was fifteen cents a pound.
Most women only washed their hair
once a month, and used Borax or egg
yolks for shampoo.
There was no such thing as under arm deodorant
or tooth paste.
The five leading causes of death were:
1. Pneumonia and influenza
2, Tuberculosis
3. Diarrhea
4. Heart disease
5. Stroke
The population of Las Vegas Nevada was only 30!
I am now going to forward this to someone else
without typing it myself.
From there, it will be sent to others all over the
WORLD...all in a matter of seconds!
Try to imagine what it may be like
in another 100 years.
Give a boy a fish and he'll eat for a day... teach a
boy how to fish and he will smile for
a life time...Owen is the one on the right...
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B
right, airy and easy to find things in,
Huntington Beach's newest store
Sprouts Farmer Marketrecently
opened at 6942 Warner Ave. (off Golden-
west). Once you walk inside you can see
throughout the entire, well lit store and eas-
ily locate the bakery, deli, produce, vitamin
and natural food sections. There's even an
eye-catching cascading vertical wall of pro-
duce, where lettuce, celery, broccoli and car-
rots stand for your appraisal at the south side
of the store.
Baked daily are muffins and bread. There
are all natural handmade sausages. Bulk bar-
rels (that link to the markets of the 19th Cen-
tury) offer such things as almonds, pecan
halves and pinto beans. In the vitamin sec-
tion, signs clearly tell where products are for
sleep, digestive help and immune support.
They offer a variety of organic products,
such as bananas, Red Delicious apples,
Curly, Lacinato or Russian Red Kales, Hass
avocados, table carrots, green cabbage, heir-
loom tomatoes, sprouts salad blends, Valen-
cia oranges, Muir Glen tomatoes, unrefined
coconut oil and maple syrup. Some of their
seafood includes, Fresh Atlantic Salmon Fil-
lets, Wild Caught Center-Cut Swordfish
Steaks. There's also a wide variety of wines.
Sprouts has its own brand of fruit bars,
cookies, pasta sauces and salad dressing.
"People love our sea salt vinegar almonds,"
said Marketing Manager Lacey Davidson,
who flew in from Phoenix, for the opening.
"Here we have our first juice bar in Califor-
nia." And there's a Panini bar, expanded
gourmet cheese area and olive bar, with 16
different varieties.
"We pride ourselves with the freshest veg-
etables and fruits," Davidson said. "Not only
do we offer great value and quality but your
satisfaction is guaranteed. If you're not de-
lighted with anything you purchase at
Sprouts, we'll be happy to exchange it or
with a proper receipt, refund your money.
We want you to use our guarantee as a li-
cense to be adventurous and try new prod-
ucts without risk!"
The store, which is open 7am to 10pm
daily, also has "Double Ad Wednesdays,"
where you can use the previous week's ads
and the current week's ads for discounts.
Store Manager Eric Kee said he's excited
about his friendly management team and
employees. "They're very knowledgeable
and want to exceed customer expectations."
Assistant Store Manager Matt Kuntz, Re-
gional Vice President Glade Campbell and
others were busy making the final magical
touches before the store's grand opening,
January 22. The newest Sprouts, located in
the former Ralphs, which has been closed
for over 5 years, is a welcome addition to
the region. Welcome Sprouts! (Sprouts has
another HB store at 9861 Adams Ave., near
Brookhurst)
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Chris
MacDonald
On the road in Surf City
By Chris MacDonald, Writer/Photographer,
HB Ambassador/The Local News Columnist
The Local News
Sprouts Is
Huntington Beachs
Newest Store
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A collage of scenes inside the new Sprouts at Warner & Goldenwest.
Image of the Week Image of the Week
For over 11 years, Colettes Childrens
Home has provided 2,000 homeless
women & children with emergency
and transitional housing.
Their mission: Colettes Childrens Home
provides a safe and nurturing environment
where at-risk women and children can
obtain support & services needed to
achieve self-sufficiency.
(714) 596-1380
www.Heautontimorumenoss.orc
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donation
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helly, Orange County Breeze paints a bleak picture for HB and some
neighbors for the short term.
..."The companies include Boeing in both Huntington Beach and Long
Beach, Nordstroms Rack at Long Beach CityPlace, Omnicare Inc. in Los
Alamitos, and Dendreon in Seal Beach.
The Boeing sites lost work on
the 777 airplane to union con-
cessions in Washington state.
Omnicare Inc., a Fortune-500
company, provides pharmaceu-
ticals and related services.
Dendreon, located on Saturn
Way in Seal Beach, is a biotech firm that develops new cancer therapies. On
Dec. 19, 2013, it filed an 8-K report with the U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission about a faulty batch of its product Provenge (sipuleucel-T).
The report noted that the company had voluntarily notified physicians and
corrected the manufacturing process.
Nordstrom Rack is the outlet subsidiary of high-end retailer Nordstrom,
selling items at up to 70% off. The parent companys latest news releases do
not mention layoffs or closures. The store below is located at 300 The Prom-
enade North in downtown Long Beach, just west of Long Beach Blvd.
HB - 1 of 4 Cities
To Have Fewer Workers
labor
CITY COMPANY # EMPLOYEES LAYOFF DATE
Cypress Time Warner Cable 72 Feb. 16
Huntington Boeing 51 Jan. 01
Beach 25 Jan. 24
18 Feb. 21
Topa Management
Company 5 Jun. 30
Long Beach Boeing 27 Jan. 01
4 Jan. 24
3 Feb. 7
2 Feb. 21
Nordstroms Rack
at Long Beach
CityPlace 43 Jan. 20
Los Alamitos Omnicare Inc. 99 Jan. 14
Seal Beach Dendreon 62 Jan. 16
D
isney Resort..gives Conservancy an E Ticket ride...Bolsa Chica Con-
servancy in Huntington Beach received a $50,000 grant from the Dis-
ney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) and Disneyland Resort to
help assess the health of local wetlands and address erosion in one of the
areas most important watersheds. The study will be conducted by a team
including graduate students, science educators, volunteer naturalists and
student program participants at Bolsa Chica Conservancy.
Other California-based organizations that received DWCF grants this
year include the Santa Barbara Zoo, San Bernardino National Forest As-
sociation and Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association in San Francisco.
Since its founding in 1995, DWCF has provided $24 million in grants to
conservation programs in more than half the countries around the world.
Disney Goes Conservancy
Tom Had a Way With Words
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GRAPHIC DESIGN:
LORRAINE LARA
MARKETING COORDINATOR & CITY EDITOR:
AWARD WINNING STAFF
Rex Gerlach &
Jim Horton (Emeritus)
INTERNET SERVICES:
1st Page Exposure
SALES: ACCOUNT MANAGER:
Kevin Garofalo
MARKETING COORDINATOR
& CITY EDITOR:
Nancy Gray
GRAPHIC DESIGN:
Stacy Nunley
PHOTOGRAPHY & FREELANCE:
Chris MacDonald
CONTRIBUTORS:
Arnold Dufour, Cathy Green,
Moe Kanoudi, Jordan Kobritz,
David White
www.SurfersVillage.com
Office (714) 914-9797
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thoughts
J
ohn F. Kennedy held a dinner in the white House
for a group of the brightest minds in the nation at
that time. He made this statement:"This is perhaps
the assembly of the most intelligence ever to gather at
one time in the White House with the exception of
when Thomas Jefferson dined alone."

When we get piled upon one another in large cities,


as in Europe, we shall become as corrupt as Europe.
~ Thomas Jefferson
The democracy will cease to exist when you take
away from those who are willing to work and give to
those who would not.
~ Thomas Jefferson
It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own
debts as it goes. A principle which if acted on would
save one-half the wars of the world.
~ Thomas Jefferson
I predict future happiness for Americans if they can
prevent the government from wasting the labors of the
people under the pretense of taking care of them.
~ Thomas Jefferson
My reading of history convinces me that most bad
government results from too much government.
~ Thomas Jefferson
No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.
~ Thomas Jefferson
The strongest reason for the people to retain the right
to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect
themselves against tyranny in government.
~ Thomas Jefferson
The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time
with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
~ Thomas Jefferson
To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the prop-
agation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors is sin-
ful and tyrannical.
~ Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson said in 1802: 'I believe that bank-
ing institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than
standing armies. If the American people ever allow pri-
vate banks to con-
trol the issue of
their currency, first
by inflation, then
by deflation, the
banks and corpora-
tions that will grow
up around the
banks will deprive
the people of all
property - until
their children
wake-up homeless
on the continent
their fathers con-
quered.'
Penny For Your Thoughts:
A
s part of its turnaround efforts, J. C. Penney Company Inc. will be closing 33 under performing
stores across the country this spring. The closings will result in the elimination of approximately
2,000 positions.
These actions are expected to result in an annual cost savings of $65 million, beginning in 2014.
Remaining inventory in the affected stores will be sold over the next several months, with final closings
expected to be complete by early May.
Planned Store Closures
* Selma Selma Mall, Selma, AL
* Arrow Plaza, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
* Chapel Hills Mall Colorado Springs, CO
* Meriden Square, Meriden, CT
* Lake Square Mall, Leesburg, FL
* Gulf View Square, Port Richey, FL
* Muscatine Mall, Muscatine, IA
* Stratford Square Mall, Bloomingdale, IL
* Hickory Point Mall, Forsyth, IL
* Five Points Mall, Marion, IN
* Marketplace
Shopping Center, Warsaw, IN
* The Centre
at Salisbury, Salisbury, MD
* Westwood Plaza, Marquette, MI
* Northland Mall, Worthington, MN
* Singing River Mall, Gautier, MS
* Natchez Mall, Natchez, MS
* Butte Plaza
Shopping Center, Butte, MT
* N/A, Cut Bank, MT
* Vernon Park Mall, Kinston, NC
* Burlington Center, Burlington, NJ
* Phillipsburg Mall, Phillipsburg, NJ
* Wayne Towne Plaza, Wooster, OH
* Exton Square Mall, Exton, PA
* Laurel Mall, Hazleton, PA
* Washington Mall, Washington, PA
* Northgate Mall, Chattanooga, TN
* Bristol Mall, Bristol, VA
* Military Circle Mall, Norfolk, VA
* Forest Mall, Fond Du Lac, WI
* Janesville Mall, Janesville, WI
* Lincoln Plaza Center, Rhinelander, WI
* Cedar Mall, Rice Lake, WI
* Wausau Mall, Wausau, WI
Shopping Center, City, State Shopping Center, City, State
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COMMUNITY
HB Senior Center to Host Inter-
generational Wii Bowling Match!
The Surf City Strikers at
Rodgers Seniors Center will face
a new challenger to their winning
Wii Bowling tradition on Friday,
January 24. At 3:30 p.m., the
Strikers will host local Cub Scout Pack 435 in an intergenerational bowling
matchup. The first grade students from Hawes Elementary School are beginning
on their path through scouting as Tiger Cubs.
Wii Bowling is one of many active aging opportunities offered at the Michael E.
Rodgers Seniors Center and all are welcome to join free of cost. Practice is every
Wednesday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The group frequently travels to
other senior centers and living facilities for friendly challenges. The walls of the
Rodgers Game Room are adorned with trophies, stretching from wall to wall, and
the Wall of Fame highlighting several Surf City
Strikers who have achieved a perfect 300 game. Al-
though the Tiger Cubs are in for a challenge, their
patches and belt loop awards will ensure a bout backed
with sharing stories and friendly competition.
Wii Not:
DC
Shoes today announced the release of its redesigned Lynx shoe to celebrate DC
Shoes' 20th anniversary. DC Shoes, founded by skaters who have always de-
signed footwear with skateboarder's needs in mind, originally launched the now iconic
Lynx in 1998 when it quickly became one of the most popular skate shoes in the industry.
Pro skaters Josh Kalis, the first DC pro to be featured in the shoe, will appear in the new
ad campaign along with newer rider Matt Miller.
The sleeker, more streamlined Lynx sports the nostalgic grey and orange colorway,
but has been updated with the newest technology. It has a Super Suede TPU backed
upper, a sandwich mesh tongue and vent holes for breathability, an internal mesh sleeve
for the most comfortable fit, and an abrasion resistant rubber outsole. Different colorway
combinations will be released every season for
the rest of 2014. For more information, please
visit www.dcshoes.com/lynxs.
"For years people have been asking
us to re-release the Lynx shoe and
this modern version perfectly
symbolizes our long history and
forward commitment to pro-
gression, said Jeff Taylor,
Senior Vice President,
Global Brand and Market-
ing for DC Shoes. "With
2014 being DC's 20th an-
niversary, there was no better
time than now to bring the Lynx
back."
DC Shoes will also team up with
the Berrics to give away 20 pairs of the
new Lynx via Instagram @DCShoes, start-
ing on January 20, 2014 to thank fans for
their support over the last 20 years, and to cel-
ebrate the promising future that lies ahead for the
next 20 years to come. Fans can follow @DCShoes
on Instagram, www.facebook.com/dcshoes on Face-
book and www.twitter.com/dcshoes on Twitter for more
information.
About DC: Founded by Ken Block and Damon Way in
1994, DC quickly grew to a leader in performance skateboard-
ing shoes and renowned action sports brand. Today DC Shoes
stands as a global brand whose product line has expanded to include
men's, women's and kids' skateboarding and lifestyle shoes, apparel,
snowboards, snowboard boots, outerwear, and accessories. For more in-
formation, please visit, www.dcshoes.com.
HBs DC Shoes
Tip Toes Thru Surf City
Yogatation
C
ome and experience a new way to relieve
stress and find emotional balance from
within. Yogatation is a practice developed
by David Phears designed to increase physical
flexibility while relaxing the mind. Phears
used his years of experience in the various
forms of yoga to create a program that em-
powers participants to create a shift in
their state of being. This blend of yoga
and meditation is open to all skill levels.
Classes are held indoors at the City
Gym and Pool. Registration is still
available in-person at any community
center. Contact the City Gym at 714-960-
8884 for more information!
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The information contained in this column does not
necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News.
Jordan Kobritz is a former attorney, CPA, and
Minor League Baseball team owner. He is a Pro-
fessor and Chair of the Sport Management Depart-
ment at SUNY Cortland and is a contributing author
to the Business of Sports Network and maintains the
blog: http://sportsbeyondthelines.com Jordan can
be reached at jordan.kobritz@cortland.edu
R
ichard Sher-
mans crime
is that he didnt kill
anyone.
If you werent familiar with Sherman prior to the NFL con-
ference championship games last weekend, you certainly are
now. Hes the Seattle Seahawks all-league defensive back
who made the game saving play tipping away San Fran-
cisco 49ers quarterback Colin
Kaepernicks last second pass
that catapulted the Seahawks
into this weeks Super Bowl.
In a postgame interview with
FOX,Sherman responded to
Erin Andrews initial question
with what can best be de-
scribed as an 18-second rant.
The upshot of Shermans
comments is that he is the best
cornerback in the game
hardly a secret to the experts
who judge such things - and
the 49ers intended receiver on
the play, Michael Crabtree, is a
sorry receiver. Sherman
went on to say that if Crabtree
opened his mouth again, he
(Sherman) would shut it for
you real quick. The trash
talking prompted immediate
outrage from the media and
fans, many of whom took to social media to condemn Sher-
man in less than flattering terms, many of which contained
racist overtones.
What was lost in the initial criticism of Sherman is that he
has a reputation for being a team-first player, someone who
is not only skilled in his trade but, unlike the majority of his
contemporaries, has a degree in communications from Stan-
ford. Forget the dreadlocks. Sherman is an intelligent and
articulate young man who has earned a pass for allowing the
emotions of the moment to detract from his and his teams
accomplishments.
While football fans were fixated on Shermans postgame
antics, another event involving a football player was transpir-
ing in Dallas, one that should have registered much higher on
the outrage scale. Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent was
on trial for killing his teammate and best friend, Jerry Brown,
on December 8, 2012. Brent was driving drunk and lost con-
trol of his Mercedes while traveling at speeds upwards of 134
miles per hour.
His blood alcohol
level shortly after
the crash was .18,
more than twice
the legal limit.
The jury con-
victed Brent of
i n t o x i c a t i o n
manslaughter and
sentenced him to
180 days in jail
and 10 years of probation.
Two football players, one killed another man,the other
made a game-saving play and then trash talked about it on
TV. The former, one of the thousands of drunk drivers who
kill and maim tens-of-thousands of innocent victims each and
every year, was given a slap on the wrist. The other created a
national furor and was accused of unsportsmanlike conduct,
labeled a thug and threatened with his life.
Unfortunately for Sherman, he merely spoke his mind. For
that, he will be remembered for eternity. Had he committed
a crime, he would have faded from memory quicker than you
can say drunk driver.
By Jordan Kobritz
Kobritz
on
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Or Sad!
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HUNTINGTON BEACH MITSUBISHI
16751 Beach Blvd Huntington Beach CA 92647
www.huntingtonbeachmitsubishi.com
888.667.2557
All advertised prices exclude government fees and taxes plus dealer document preparation charges or destination charges.
Cash Prices are in lieu of MMCA financing and leasing.
MSRP $13,790
Loyalty Rebate $250
Customer Rebate $1,000
Military Rebate $500
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Model: MG44-A
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Buy online!! www.duckathon.org
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This Space Provided by The Local News as a courtesy to AltaMed's
Huntington Beach Community Clinic & their Support Group
Walk! Run! Fly or Waddle!
But Dont Miss The 22nd Annual
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Friday, May 16th
Saturday, May 17th
Sunday, May 18th
In Support of
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Communi ty Clinic
at the
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Saturday - 3:00 p.m.
The Main Event
Buy your baby rubber ducks
before noon on Saturday, May 17.
Then cheer on your duck at 3 p.m. as
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First duck in wins its owner $1,000!
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The Corporate Challenge
The coveted Golden Duck
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Yankee Doodle
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irst found in Orange County,
kelp all along the California
shoreline will be under the
watchful eye of university and gov-
ernment scientists.
Researchers from Cal State Long
Beach will be looking for radioac-
tive kelp along the state's shoreline.
As we like to say, a Penny for
your thoughts...in this case...a
whole one penny but a lot of
thought. Penny Arvalo of the
Patch tells us:..."Cal State Long
Beach researchers will monitor the
state's kelp forest for radioactive
contamination from the meltdown
of the Fukushima nuclear power
plant in Japan, it was announced
today.
Traces of radioactive iodine from
the March 11, 2011, earthquake,
tsunami and meltdown were de-
tected about a month later in kelp
along the Orange County shoreline.
The ongoing study, dubbed Kelp
Watch 2014, will examine samples
of Giant Kelp and Bull Kelp from
along the California coast.
The California kelp forest is a
highly productive and complex
ecosystem and a valuable state re-
source, said Steven L. Manley, a
CSULB biology professor partner-
ing with scientists from the
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab-
oratory.
It is imperative that we monitor
this coastal forest for any radioac-
tive contaminants that will be ar-
riving this year in the ocean
currents from the Fukushima disas-
ter,'' he said.
The project includes the participa-
tion of 19 academic and government
institutions and three other organiza-
tions/businesses. Sampling will
begin in mid-February and will end
in late winter, Manley said.
Fukushima Hits OC Shore
Radioactive Kelp Along Coast?
C
heck out this rare blue sparkler found in a South African mine ear-
lier this month.
'It's 29.6 carats and about six times bigger than an acorn,' WPBF re-
ports. 'Officials haven't put an exact price tag on the rock, but they say
it may be worth millions.'
The BBC reports the dazzling stone was dug up by the New Jersey-
based Petra Diamonds at its Cullinan Diamond Mine near Pretoria.
The company gushed about the discovery in a statement released
Tuesday, saying, 'The stone is an outstanding vivid blue with extraordi-
nary saturation, tone and clarity, and has the potential to yield a polished
stone of great value and importance.'
Although experts haven't assigned this gem a specific value yet, if
Petra Diamonds' other discoveries are any indication, the rock could
rake in some serious cash.
A 25.5-carat Cullinan blue diamond found in that same mine in 2013
sold for a whopping $16.9 million, and
another big sparkler uncovered in
2008, known as the Star of
Josephine, sold for $9.49 mil-
lion.
According to Sky News,
an analyst suggests this
newest discovery could be
worth between $15 million
and $20 million.
Petra Diamonds chief exec-
utive told reporters the com-
pany will decide what to do
with the diamond within the
next week."
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Light On the Water
Grant Pecoff
surf City culture
D
on't miss this one: Show runs
from January 18 thru February
17, 2014. And, thank you Sur-
fwire for keeping us connected to our
local culture and heritage as we begin to
celebrate 100 years of Surfing in Surf city
USA.
Gazing into a Grant Pecoff painting,
you are drawn into an atmosphere where
vibrant light and electric colors transform
the familiar into the extraordinary.
Pecoff's art is an invitation to slide into a
state where we feel alive and awake, into
a setting of passionate depth and radiating
energy where our hearts and imaginations
are filled with possibilities. Take a trip
into Grant Pecoff's art and share his vision
of our magical world.
Pecoff paints
cityscapes, coastal views, buzzing
cafes, the people interacting in them and,
always, the light. There are such amazing
variations of color within the leaves of
one tree, for example, the light filters
through creating cool and warm greens
complimented by the contrast of shadow
and light," says Pecoff. His expression of
light as it reflects on water is particularly
stunning. He makes the light appear as if
it is dancing on the waves and recreates
the movement of the water using electric
blues, rich oranges, and fiery crimsons.
His deliberate distortion of images as they
are echoed on the water is whimsical and
surrealistic. John Shore, editor of Dcor
& Style magazine refers to Pecoff's com-
positions as dreaming-while-awake oil
paintings."
A native San Diegan, Pecoff received
his formal training at the Academy of
Art in San Francisco. He soon realized
that his real classroom was the
world around him. When I was a
child, my father traveled to remote
places across the globe, searching
for rare plants, Pecoff reminisces,
His stories of those experiences
were enchanting to me. He
taught us to notice life around us
and to express our feelings. It
encouraged the development of
my playfulness and imagina-
tion. Pecoff has dedicated him-
self to traveling the world and
finding the limitless inspira-
tion everywhere.
At the heart of Grant
Pecoff's talent is his ability to
share the way he sees life
with the viewer. His art calls
us in and shows us a new
way to experience what we
see. Through Pecoff's
painting, he communicates
he essence of a culture and
helps us to feel the com-
monality we all share. Perhaps it is this
expression of our universal similarity and
oneness which have created such enthu-
siasm from collectors near and far for
Pecoff's paintings. As his work evolves, it
is certain to continue to speak to us, to
shape us and to influence the way we see
our world.
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ho can deny TMX... they say it is so...."Some Say it ain't so ... there's no Muskrat
Love left for Captain & Tennille ... they're getting divorced ... and the Captain
tells TMZ he didn't see it coming.
Toni (Tennille) filed legal docs in Arizona, claiming the marriage was "irretrievably bro-
ken." They've been married for 39 years.
If you don't know ... you
should. They had a string of
hits in the 70s, including
"Love Will Keep Us To-
gether," "Muskrat Love"
and "Do that to Me One
More Time."
They were discovered by
Neil Sedaka at The Smoke-
House restaurant in Bur-
bank, near NBC.
Daryl Dragon (The Cap-
tain) is 71. Yeah, it's
Dragon.
Daryl tells TMZ ... "I don't know why she filed. I gotta figure it out for myself first."
He also said they're still living together in the same house.
According to the divorce docs, obtained by TMZ, there's special mention about health
insurance coverage, and that seems relevant, because in 2009 Toni blogged that Daryl had
been diagnosed with Parkinson's. In 2011 Toni updated the message, saying Daryl's
tremors were so bad he was embarrassed to go out in public ... to restaurants, the movies,
etc.
Here's what's unclear -- whether it's possible Toni really filed for health insurance reasons
... whether his coverage might be better if they were divorced.
The blog has an update on Jan 16, 2014, saying "The Captain & Tennille appeared to the
public as them being the ideal model for a 'rock-solid' married pair. But almost all people
naturally evolve over time, & sometimes hidden feelings start to be uncovered ..."
It's a sad day for muskrats."
Divorcing: LOVE
Wont Keep Us Together
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No More Extra Points -
Perhaps Next, No More Contact
T
his idea was just a tad short of changing
the rules completely... what next no
more kick-off...we can just flip a coin
after every 4th down to see who tried again.
Tadd Haislop , Sporting News reports..."If
you're one who believes commissioner Roger
Goodell and the NFL are tampering with the
game of football too much by modifying rules
to protect players, you'll really dislike this one
but it's very interesting.
Goodell told NFL Total Access Monday the
league is exploring the
possibility of eliminating
extra points.
The extra point is al-
most automatic, Good-
ell said. I believe we
had five missed extra
points this year out of
1,200 some odd. So its a
very small fraction of the
play, and you want to add
excitement with every
play."
Touchdowns would be
worth seven points, not
six. Rather than sending
the kicking team on after
a touchdown, teams
would have a choice
whether to attempt to get
in the end zone for a con-
version and a total of
eight points. A failed
conversion, however, would drop the damage
down to six points.
It's an intriguing concept and, unless you're
concerned about the preservation of football as
we know it, one that makes a reasonable
amount of sense.
Goodell and the NFL seem to have to have
two factors in mind behind the proposal: enter-
tainment and safety.
It's true. Extra points have become nearly au-
tomatic, so why not automatically tack seven
on the scoreboard when teams get in the end
zone? They won't need to go for the conversion
most of the time. Plus, an additional decision-
making element could be extremely fun to
watch.
Say a team ties the score with a late-game
touchdown. Does it dare try a conversion and
risk losing a point? Probably not. If the team
needs eight points to tie, it would go for the
two-point conversion anyway.
So, really, what's the difference?
Many already question
whether Goodell's im-
pact on the game is too
heavy, and it's under-
standable. The conver-
sion (or try) is among the
oldest parts of football,
dating all the way back
to the sport's rugby
roots.
But the game has
changed over time and
the emphasis has shifted
from the subsequent
kick, which used to be
worth more, to the
touchdown.
Remember this, too.
The forward pass was
once just an intriguing
idea in football. That's
caught on fairly well.
Anyway, just for kicks:
Is this what they call a Hail Mary
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Huntington Beach Senior
Services is seeking
volunteers for the Home
Delivered Meals program.
In their own vehicle,
volunteers deliver meals
from the Senior Outreach
Center to older residents
one weekday between
9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Volunteers give back to
the community, brighten
someones day, have fun,
and meet interesting
people. Because of the
dedicated team of
volunteers, Huntington
Beach has a thriving
senior center and
outreach center with a
wide range of services,
activities, and classes.
For more information on
Home Delivered Meals or
other volunteer
opportunities, contact
Diane Swarts, Volunteer
Coordinator,
714-374-1544, or
dswarts@surfcity-hb.org.
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G
overnor Brown recently declared California is in a state
of emergency due to the drought. His proclamation gives
state water officials more flexibility to manage supply
throughout California under drought conditions. This
announcement should not come as a surprise to
Southern Californians because we live in a semi-
desert region. The average rainfall in the region is
13 inches; however, rainfall in 2013 was a mere 3.6
inches, making it the driest year on record. The dec-
laration has caused a bit of panic and rightfully so.
Cities, businesses and residents rely on water for
economic growth and sustainability, and to preserve public health. Orange Countys gross
domestic product is $188.9 billion and its taxable sales are $51.7 billion, making it the 39th
largest economy in the world. So, do we have enough water supplies to get us through this
drought and support our vital economy? Will there be mandatory restrictions? Will our
water rates go up?
I am pleased to say Orange County will weather these dry conditions better than other
California regions thanks to many of you who have supported investments in local water
infrastructure projects and have made personal commitments to implement water use effi-
ciency measures in your homes and businesses. Thank you for
having the foresight to make these investments and for chang-
ing water use habits. Despite increases in our local population,
total water demands for our region have remained relatively
stable which shows we are becoming more efficient in our
water use.
So how good of a position are we in and how long can we
hold on? As I have mentioned before, north and central Orange
County are in a unique position having a local groundwater
basin. Groundwater levels are falling quickly, but are still within
their normal historic operating range.
In California, we are expected to experience droughts three
out of every ten years. Knowing this probability, the Orange
County Water District (OCWD) saves reserve funds to prepare
for and respond to drought conditions. The District spent $44 million, from accumulated
reserves, in FY 2011-12 purchasing 92,000 acre-feet (af) imported water from the Metro-
politan Water District of Southern California (MWD). This helped to refill the groundwater
basin despite receiving less than average Santa Ana River (SAR) flows due to the drought
that year. This strategy put Orange County in a better position than other regions.
When full, the groundwater basin as a reservoir holds
about 500,000 af of water. We began the year with approx-
imately 210,000 af in storage. If we have another dry year we expect our storage levels to
fall to about 140,000 af as of June 2014. Storage levels have been this low in the past; how-
ever, seawater intrusion from the Pacific Ocean can become a bigger threat with the lower
water levels. Additionally, there is very little water storage available in case imported water
supplies are significantly reduced. OCWD is currently spending its remaining water reserve
funds about $22 million on additional MWD imported water this year while it is avail-
able to help counter the impact of reduced rainfall on the groundwater basin.
In addition to saving for a not-so rainy day, continuous planning, designing, building and
operations of cost-effective water infrastructure projects have been core functions of OCWD
for more than 80 years. The communitys investment in water infrastructure is fundamental
to help our region sustain drought conditions. With community support, OCWD recently
invested $142 million to expand the Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS), an
award-winning water purification system that takes treated wastewater from the Orange
County Sanitation District and purifies it to meet or exceed drinking water standards. The
expansion, which will be completed in early 2015, will produce an additional 30 million
gallons a day (MGD) and 32,000 acre-feet per year, taking GWRS production to 100 MGD.
In addition to being drought-resistant, GWRS water is about half the cost of imported sup-
plies and is controlled locally, saving cities in our service area millions of dollars annually.
The expansion will allow stable pumping from the groundwater basin.
While the GWRS, successful groundwater management, local infrastructure and conser-
vation have made the region significantly less vulnerable to drought compared to other cities
in California, we need to continue to do more to protect and maximize water supplies not
only in Orange County but throughout California. We need to maximize water reuse in
California and tap into the 1.3 billion gallons of treated wastewater from our sewer systems
that get lost to the Pacific Ocean every day in Southern California; we need to continue to
practice water-use efficiency year-round, not just in times of drought; and, we need to ex-
plore other possible solutions, such as ocean desalination. Orange County can breathe a
little easier than other communities due to our past efforts, , but as weather patterns continue
to become more extreme, we need to keep planning and investing in our water infrastructure
if we want to continue to have a reliable water supply. For more information about this
subject, or related subjects of interest to you, contact the Orange County Water District, call
(714) 378-3200 or go to www.ocwd.com.
Cathy Green was elected to OCWD in November 2010. She served two terms
on the Huntington Beach City Council and was Mayor twice. Huntington Beach
has been home to the Green Family over 41 years
We Live In a Desert -
Droughts Will
Continue To Occur
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Dear EarthTalk:
What is the Obama
administrations
Americas Great Out-
doors initiative and what does it hope to accomplish?
~ Doug St. James, New York, NY
President Obama signed a Presidential Memorandum
in April 2010 establishing the Americas Great Outdoors
Initiative to promote and support innovative commu-
nity-level efforts to conserve outdoor spaces and recon-
nect Americans to the outdoors. The Memorandum calls
for collaboration among the Departments of Interior and
Agriculture as well as the
Environmental Protection
Agency and the White
Houses own Council on
Environmental Quality in
leading the initiative. Eight
other federal agencies play
a supporting roleand lit-
erally thousands of other
partners from state, local
and tribal governments,
non-profits and the private
sector are involved as well.
Getting young people, es-
pecially city kids, into the
outdoors to experience our
countrys unique natural
heritage is a top priority of
Americas Great Outdoors.
Before pursuing any spe-
cific strategies, initiative
leaders solicited feedback from everyday Americans as
to what mattered most to them regarding conservation
and access to the outdoors. Some 105,000 written com-
ments and many more spoken ones from listening ses-
sions held coast to coast streamed in and were crucial
to the development of programs. Public feedback con-
tinues to shape the initiatives agenda.
Some of the programs that fall under the umbrella of
Americas Great Outdoors include: the Veterans Fire
Corps, which employs veterans in forest fire manage-
ment; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis-
trations program providing technical training and work
opportunities for underserved youth in habitat restora-
tion and fisheries monitoring; and the establishment of
a new network of water trails coast to coast to increase
everyones access to the outdoors.
Americas Great Outdoors was in the news recently
when Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced the
launch of 21st Century
Conservation Service
Corps as part of the pro-
gram. 21CSC, as Jew-
ell calls it, aims to be a
modern incarnation of
the Civilian Conserva-
tion Corps (CCC) that
President Franklin Roo-
sevelt used to help put
Americans back to work
during the Great Depres-
sion. Jewell envisions a
100,000 person strong
CCC 2.0 that will pro-
vide opportunities for
thousands of young
Americans6.7 million
of whom are currently
unemployed or not in
schooland veterans
transitioning back to civilian life to serve their country,
feel proud of what they are accomplishing and improve
their own lives and the lives of others around them.
Part of what makes Americas Great Outdoors unique
is that partners from every sector of American society
not just the federal governmentare encouraged to
help. 21CSC is partially funded by a $1 million dollar
donation from clothing retailer American Eagle Outfit-
ters, and Jewell is in search of another $19 million from
other private sector partners to turn the program into a
potent force for reducing youth and veteran unemploy-
ment while giving our endangered lands and waterways
some much-needed attention.
Environmentalists may be disappointed that the
Obama administration hasnt been able to muscle
through mandatory greenhouse gas emissions cuts and
put sustainability concerns at the forefront of the poli-
cymaking process, but getting unprecedented numbers
of Americans involved in conservation projects that pro-
tect the nations treasured natural heritage is a worthy
conservation legacy in its own right. The program is
sure to positively impact generations of Americans for
decades to come.
CONTACTS:
Americas Great Outdoors,
www.doi.gov/americasgreatoutdoors/;
21CSC,
www.doi.gov/21csc/.
EarthTalk

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President Obama's Americas Great Outdoors Ini-
tiative seeks to promote and support community
efforts to conserve natural spaces and reconnect
Americans to the outdoors. Pictured: a "listening
session" soliciting input from everyday Ameri-
cans as to what mattered most to them regarding
conservation and access to the outdoors.
Credit: Team St. Louis
"I
f a Pinot Noir is overwhelmed with fruit -
- or, indeed, by any element, like oak, fruit
extraction, fruit ripeness, or alcohol --
you're going to lessen the possibility that the wine
can express essential place. And for me, Pinot Noir
is all about essential place."
If any grape demands contemplation, it's Pinot Noir.
The great ones translate time and place, clearly ex-
pressing the characteristics of their vintage and the
soils and climate in which they're grown.
So I wasn't surprised to hear these words from Jas-
mine Hirsch, as her father, David, planted what is con-
sidered one of
America's top Pinot
Noir vineyards
nearly 35 years ago.
We were chatting
about an annual
wine event she
launched with Rajat
Parr, a celebrity
sommelier, in 2011.
Dubbed "In Pursuit
of Balance," it ap-
plauds the Califor-
nia winemakers who
eschew ripeness and
power in favor of re-
straint and elegance.
The event has helped counteract the notion that Cal-
ifornia only makes fruit bombs. And it's brought atten-
tion to some of California's top Pinot Noir producers.
In Pursuit of Balance traces its roots to 2008, when
Hirsch entered the wine industry by taking over sales
and marketing for her family's winery. At the time, she
was living in New York and had fallen in love with
Pinot Noir, so it made sense to join the family busi-
ness.
But the wines that stole her heart came from Bur-
gundy. She was continuously "blown away by what
they were able to achieve" in France.
When she started working for her family, she began
drinking more California Pinot Noir. Too often, she
didn't enjoy the wines. They were, quite simply, too
big. In ripeness, alcohol, and oak, they lacked the sub-
tlety and poise she'd grown to love in Bur-
gundy.
Around that same time, Hirsch developed
a friendship with Rajat Parr, the wine direc-
tor for the Mina Group, a restaurant man-
agement company with a global reputation
for its wine program. Parr was known for
his obsession with Pinot Noir, so Hirsch
asked him why California couldn't produce
more elegant wines.
Parr showed Hirsch that the state could.
Indeed, a handful of producers had been
making Pinot Noir that achieved the grape's
higher purpose -- translating both time and
place -- for decades.
The two friends soon hashed out a plan
for a formal tasting for sommeliers, journal-
ists, and eager consumers. The first brought together
nearly 25 California producers and generated tremen-
dous buzz.
At that time, Hirsch said, "California was facing an
identity crisis."
Most oenophiles believed what Hirsch thought just
a few years prior: that California wines were over the
top. Parr and Hirsch sought to debunk this notion.
The wines they showcased weren't always popular.
Then, as now, the best-known critics gave their highest
ratings to ripe, powerfully concentrated wines. While
this praise is certainly
defensible, such wines
were the antithesis of
what Parr and Hirsch
looked for in Pinot Noir.
Naturally, the event
stirred controversy. By
presenting a limited
number of producers,
Hirsch and Parr created
an exclusionary event. Plus, the word "balance" --
which refers to fruit, acidity, structure, and alcohol co-
existing harmoniously, with no single element domi-
nating -- is a lightning rod. Last year, Wine Spectator's
Harvey Steiman proclaimed that he "[resented] the im-
plication that richer, more full-bodied wines can't be
balanced."
Hirsch and Parr acknowledge these criticisms.
Today, wineries that hope to join their tasting must first
pass muster with a panel of judges who taste blind.
And Hirsch admits that the event might have been mis-
named.
For my palate, the wines that Hirsch and Parr have
chosen to celebrate are among America's most exciting
and delicious. Producers like Copain, Littorai, and
Peay make precise, focused wines that are full of
charm. The wines from Hirsch's own property and
Rajat Parr's two labels, Sandhi and Domaine de la
Cote, are similarly stunning.
Pinot Noir is one of viticulture's most fickle grapes.
It's challenging and expensive to grow. By bringing at-
tention to the California wineries that work hard to
achieve Pinot Noir's higher purpose, Hirsch and Parr
deserve everyone's praise.
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OLOriginal and Adam Morath are seeing into
the near future though Google Glass and re-
port..." Our connected devices are typically
viewed as the root of the distracted driving problem, but
what if they became part of the solution? A new app for
Google Glass seeks to do just that.
DriveSafe is designed to help Google Glass wearers
stay more alert at the wheel. Users engage the app
through the voice command, "OK Glass, keep me
awake." Then, DriveSafe quietly monitors the driver
through the infrared and tilt sensors built into Google
Glass. If the app's algorithm detects a certain number of
blinks and a head tilt, it issues an audible alert through
the device's bone conductor speaker and a visual prompt
that offers to direct the user to the nearest rest area.
We reached out to DriveSafe's Jake Steinerman for
more on what inspired the app:
I live in Michigan, where it can take up to five or
six hours to get to places across the state, and
being that I don't have the greatest driving stam-
ina, I have found myself getting drowsy behind
the wheel on multiple occasions. I also am a
Google Glass Explorer (beta tester), and have
been since June 2013, and often drive with it on,
since it stays with me all day long.
Glass, outside of its uses as a neat way to take pic-
tures and videos (hands free), also has a number
of incredible sensors on board. Two of those sen-
sors are an infrared eye sensor, and a tilt/angle
sensor. The IR sensor is located on the inner side
of the Glass hardware, and can detect a user's
winks and blinks. The tilt sensor measures the
angle that the wearers head is positioned at, and
is currently used to turn the device on and navi-
gate the Glass menu.
I combined my experience behind the wheel, with
my observations and experiences with Glass, and
thought of the idea for DriveSafe.
It's fair to say that DriveSafe is a simple idea with a
straightforward
execution. In fact,
Steinerman says it
took his team only
two weeks to de-
velop a working
prototype. But
simplicity is key
when attempting
to safely integrate
our devices into
our driving experi-
ence.
"A great UX
(user experience)
is extremely im-
portant on Glass,
especially when
it's being used be-
hind the wheel,"
said Steinerman. "Since Glass is positioned above your
eye, not in front, it is in your field of view, but not in
your line of sight, you have a clear view of the road at
all times."
Perhaps DriveSafe and other similar apps will serve
as a model for how our smart devices could actually
contribute to a safer driving experience. The question
that remains is whether drivers will be allowed to sport
a pair of Google Glass while behind the wheel. States
like California have been grappling with the issue since
Glass was introduced.
"Like any technology, such as smartphones and GPS
units, there's potential for them to be used inappropri-
ately and unsafely," said Steinerman. "However I think
the benefits far outweigh the concerns, and devices like
Google Glass are moving us in the right direction."Our
connected devices are typically viewed as the root of
the distracted driving problem, but what if they became
part of the solution? A new app for Google Glass seeks
to do just that.
DriveSafe is designed to help Google Glass wearers
stay more alert at the wheel. Users engage the app
through the voice command, "OK Glass, keep me
awake." Then, DriveSafe quietly monitors the driver
through the infrared and tilt sensors built into Google
Glass. If the app's algorithm detects a certain number of
blinks and a head tilt, it issues an audible alert through
the device's bone conductor speaker and a visual prompt
that offers to direct the user to the nearest rest area.
We reached out to DriveSafe's Jake Steinerman for
more on what inspired the app:
I live in Michigan, where it can take up to five or
six hours to get to places across the state, and
being that I don't have the greatest driving stam-
ina, I have found myself getting drowsy behind
the wheel on multiple occasions. I also am a
Google Glass Explorer (beta tester), and have
been since June 2013, and often drive with it on,
since it stays with me all day long.
Glass, outside of its uses as a neat way to take pic-
tures and videos (hands free), also has a number
of incredible sensors on board. Two of those sen-
sors are an infrared eye sensor, and a tilt/angle
sensor. The IR sensor is located on the inner side
of the Glass hardware, and can detect a user's
winks and blinks. The tilt sensor measures the
angle that the wearers head is positioned at, and
is currently used to turn the device on and navi-
gate the Glass menu.
I combined my experience behind the wheel, with
my observations and experiences with Glass, and
thought of the idea for DriveSafe.
It's fair to say that DriveSafe is a simple idea with a
straightforward execution. In fact, Steinerman says it
took his team only two weeks to develop a working pro-
totype. But simplicity is key when attempting to safely
integrate our devices into our driving experience.
"A great UX (user experience) is extremely important
on Glass, especially when it's being used behind the
wheel," said Steinerman. "Since Glass is positioned
above your eye, not in front, it is in your field of view,
but not in your line of sight, you have a clear view of
the road at all times."
Perhaps DriveSafe and other similar apps will serve
as a model for how our smart devices could actually
contribute to a safer driving experience. The question
that remains is whether drivers will be allowed to sport
a pair of Google Glass while behind the wheel. States
like California have been grappling with the issue since
Glass was introduced.
"Like any technology, such as smartphones and GPS
units, there's potential for them to be used inappropri-
ately and unsafely," said Steinerman. "However I think
the benefits far outweigh the concerns, and devices like
Google Glass are moving us in the right direction."
What next, glasses that talk to you if your eyes blink
to wake you up?
DriveSafe Google Glass App Helps
Keep Drivers Awake At The Wheel
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ortgage rates ended 2013 by climbing
consistently higher. January of 2014
proved to be a reversal of the last two
and a half months of 2013. Mortgage rates are
ending January at the best levels of the year.
The month end drop in mortgage rates was fu-
eled mainly by a selloff in the stock market. As
Ive written about many times before, whats
bad news for stocks tends to be good news for
bonds. Since mortgage rates are tied to specific
bonds known as mortgage-backed securities,
bad news for stocks is great news for mortgage
rates.
The selloff in stocks at Januarys end was
global in scale and not just limited to the United
States. This instability in global securities trig-
gered international demand for safe havens. And
since US bonds remain the safest havens on the
planet, we benefitted with mortgage bonds re-
ceiving a healthy boost.
The reasons behind the selloff were multifac-
eted, with the main driving force coming from
weakness in the Chinese manufacturing index.
The concerned sentiment is perhaps best
summed up by Wu
Kan, money man-
ager at Dragon
Life Insurance Co.:
The weakness in
the [Chinese] man-
ufacturing index is
spurring fresh
doubts over the
economy and we
are concerned
growth will lose
steam in the com-
ing months.
As goes China,
so goes the world.
Chinese manufac-
turing is an eco-
nomic precursor to
the economic sta-
bility of every de-
veloped nation. No country is more impacted
than the United States. Our economy
is more tied to Chinese manufactur-
ing than that of any other developed
nation. The slowdown in China
raises significant concerns
over the sustainability of
our current economic re-
covery. There were already
concerns that our eco-
nomic recovery was fragile
at best. This apprehension
has received a strong level
of support from China, and
mortgage bonds have
benefitted.
While this global
news has been favorable to mortgage rates, re-
newed concerns over the US debt ceiling is
providing a local catalyst to help the trend.
After the US government shut down in Octo-
ber, Congress eventually reached an agreement
to reopen the government, but even that agree-
ment was very short lived. On February 7th,
the Federal government will once again run out
of money to fulfill its obligations. With De-
mocrats under Obama unlikely to reign in
deficit spending and Republicans claiming that
new record deficits of 17 Trillion dollars as ir-
responsible, it is all but certain that we will
see another congressional bipartisan show-
down in February, 2014.
These factors are raising substantial con-
cerns in the equities markets, which is why we
are seeing weakness in stocks. Bonds are the
beneficiary and mortgage rates are at new
record lows for 2014, having dropped over a
quarter percent since January 1. For anyone
that hasnt looked into what a new mortgage
could do for them in a while, now is a good
time to look again.
Can Wu Kan Or Not?
Arnaud Dufour
Arnaud Dufour
Arnaud Dufour is a Sr. Mortgage Banker at
Newport Beach based DLJ Financial.
With more than eleven years in the industry,
Arnaud is available to answer questions
in Real Estate Finance.
E-mail: adufour@dljfinancial.com
Call: 714-677-4107.
CA DRE # 01360217 NMLS# 335758
The information contained in this
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the opinion of The Local News.
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Signs
Whitney Hinnant
Embry Riddle Women's Soccer Head
Coach is thrilled to announce the signing
of Whitney Hinnant for the 2014 season.
The 5'8" defender from Fountain Valley,
CA will bring a wealth of elite club level
experience with
her to Prescott this
fall.
Semper Fi
*Noting the upcoming playoff games - perhaps all NFL team own-
ers should be sent the following message.....
Recent email From a Marine Corps Colonel in Afghanistan :
"So with all the kindness I can muster, I give this one piece of advice
to the next pop star who is asked to sing the national anthem at a sport-
ing event... Save the vocal gymnastics and the physical gyrations for
your concerts. Just sing this song the way you were taught to sing it in
kindergarten - straight up, no styling. Sing it with the constant aware-
ness that there are soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines watching you
from bases and out-
posts all over the
world. Don't make
them cringe with your
self-centered ego grati-
fication. Sing it as if
you are standing before
a row of 86-year-old
WWII vets wearing
their Purple Hearts, Sil-
ver Stars and flag pins
on their cardigans and
you want them to be proud of you for honoring them and the country
they love - not because you want them to think you are a superstar mu-
sician. They could see that from your costume, makeup and your en-
tourage. Sing 'The Star Spangled Banner' with the courtesy and
humility that tells the audience that it is about America , not you. And
please remember, not everything has to be sung as a Negro spiritual.
We're getting a little weary of that. Francis Scott Key does not need
any help."
Semper Fi
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500 Pacific Coast highway
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
on the 2nd floor of the Shorebrak Hotel
714.960.5050 restaurantzimzala.com
Zimzala is a Joie de Vivre Restaurant
Valentines Three Course
amuse bouche
bruschetta
strawberry / pomegranate / camembert /
almonds tuile / wild arugula / 25 year balsamic
starters
choose one
charred hearts of romaine
grana padano / pickled petite red onions /
chardonay vinaigrette / focaccia crouton
hass avocado frites
micro cilantro / avocado aioli
grassy bar oysters -morro bay, ca.
black truffle persilade
intermezzo
passion fruit sorbet
Entre
choose one
dry aged new york strip
rogue blue cheese popcorn /
caramelized leek / truffled mache /
chateau haut gay bordelaise
porcini dusted sablefish
fennel nage / savoy cabbage / cannellini bean
soft poached quail egg / smoked bacon / chervil
baby root vegetable mlange
beluga lentils / garlic chips / garlic parsley emulsion /
lemon verbena
Dessert
mascarpone cheesecake
tiramisu gastrique / 18 month fiscalini / chervil /
heirloom apple compote
roy hendrickson / executive chef
sous chef / andrew wigger
fifty five dollars / wine pairing available
For your convenience, 18% gratuity added to parties of six or more.
Meet Chef Roy Hendrickson
QuestionWho or what inspired you to become a chef?
Answer I have always loved cooking and grew up watching
my Mom and both Grandmothers cooking, plus I was raised
a Baptist and everyone in that circle certainly likes to eat. I get
inspired on a daily basis to cook by too many things to name.
Question Where did you learn your craft?
Answer I believe your craft is always a development; how-
ever I was graced to learn from everyone I have worked with
along the way and by experiencing so many different restau-
rants and cultures while traveling.
Question Did you cook growing up?
Answer Yes, one of my earliest memories of food is helping
my Mother and her Mom with produce from her vegetable
garden and also helping to make desserts like cakes and
brownies so I could lick the beaters from the mixer.
8911 Adams Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Call us: (714) 968 4466
Take Out: (714) 962 7998
Email us: luccimail@aol.com
Fax us: (714) 964-6369
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
BABY BACK RIB DINNER
SERVED WITH BAKED BEANS,
COLE SLAW, ROLLS & BUTTER
$10.95
TUESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
FRIED CHICKEN DINNER
4 pcs. SERVED WITH REAL
MASHED POTATOES & GRAVY,
COLE SLAW AND BISCUIT
ONLY $9.95
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COMPLETE DINNER
PRIME RIB DINNER
ONLY $14.95
OR
N.Y. STEAK DINNER
ONLY $11.95
SPAGHETTI OR
MOSTACIOLLI ENTREE
HEAT & EAT
BUY ONE AT REG. PRICE AND
GET 2ND ONE FOR
ONLY .99
FROM THE BAKERY
MINI ECLAIRS
ONLY .99
BAKED FRESH DAILY
ITALIAN BREAD
1 LB. Loaf
.99
CALIFORNIA
HARVEST TOMATOES
DICED, CRUSHED OR PEAR
ONLY
$1.49 a can
Reg. $2.49
FROM THE DELI
CITTERIO CIAO
MORTADELLA
SLICED TO ORDER
$4.99 lb.
Reg. $6.99 lb.
GERMAN SWISS
IMPORTED FROM GERMANY
SLICED TO ORDER
ONLY $5.79
Reg. $8.99
FANCY FLOWER CUPCAKES
ONLY $1.49
Reg. $2.49
WILD MUSHROOM
JUMBO ROUND
RAVIOLI
$6.49 lb.
in our ravioli freezer
MEATBALL SANDWICH
ONLY $4.49 each
sandwich only
SHREDDED PARMESIAN
ONLY $5.99 lb.
Reg. $7.19
BUSINESS HOURS
8am -8pm
7 days a week
B R E A K F A S T S E R V E D
7 D A Y S A WE E K ~ 8 A M T O 1 1 A M
DINNER FROM
4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
At Luccis come in...
Just for the smell of it
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$
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$
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$
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$
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(330511/AS023936)
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$
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07 TOYOTA TUNDRA
DOUBLE CAB SR5 4X4 SR5
Auto, air, power group,
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1 ONLY
$
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FJ CRUISER 4X4
Auto, air, power group,
CD changer, tow
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$
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01 NISSAN
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Low miles, auto, air, power
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$
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11 TOYOTA
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Auto, air, power group,
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(330529/BR094998)
1 ONLY
$
16,995
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Auto, air, power group,
CD changer, tow
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1 ONLY
$
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CD player
(340004/CU170509)
1 ONLY
$
22,495
12 SCION
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Low miles, auto, air,
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(330467/CJ019897)
1 ONLY
$
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10 TOYOTA
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Auto, air, power group,
CD player, tilt
(330532/AC502873)
1 ONLY
$
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Auto, air, power group,
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(330482/BU642522)
1 ONLY
$
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$
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$
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$
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CD player, alloys
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$
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(340000/CL014314)
1 ONLY
$
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Auto, air, stereo,
bed liner
(231297/4Z387806)
1 ONLY
$
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Auto, air, power group,
MP3/CD player
(240050/A1306970)
1 ONLY
$
14,995
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1 ONLY
$
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Leather, 3rd row seat,
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1 ONLY
$
13,495
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Auto, air, power group,
CD player, tilt
(240039/BU127603)
1 ONLY
$
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02 TOYOTA
SEQUOIA LIMITED
Rear air, moon roof,
leather, CD changer
(231302/2S058071)
1 ONLY
$
10,995
11 TOYOTA
CAMRY LE
Auto, air, power group,
CD player
(340009/BU713224)
1 ONLY
$
17,495
03 GMC
ENVOY
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, alloys
(240046/32345127)
1 ONLY
$
8995
11 TOYOTA
RAV-4
Auto, air, power group,
rack, CD player
(240004/BW088821)
1 ONLY
$
18,995
12 TOYOTA
COROLLA LE
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, used
(330510/CP046564)
1 ONLY
$
15,995
09 CHEVROLET
MALIBU HYBRID
Auto, air, power group,
CD player
(340029/9F198976)
1 ONLY
$
13,995
11 TOYOTA
4RUNNER
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, alloys
(330478/B5017880)
1 ONLY
$
27,495
07 TOYOTA
CAMRY XLE
Auto, air, power group,
JBL sound, alloys
(330508/7U572596)
1 ONLY
$
14,995
10 TOYOTA
MATRIX
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, alloys
(231306/AC255389)
1 ONLY
$
13,495
10 TOYOTA
YARIS
Air, power group,
CD player
(330489/A1362510)
1 ONLY
$
11,495
07 BMW
328i SEDAN
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, sunroof, alloys
(240015/7KX83337)
1 ONLY
$
16,495
12 HONDA
CIVIC LX
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, tilt, used
(330524/CE311579)
1 ONLY
$
14,495
06 CHEVROLET
HHR LT
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, tilt
(240038/6S603324)
1 ONLY
$
9995
10 TOYOTA
PRIUS
Auto, air,
power group
(340005/A1312311)
1 ONLY
$
19,995
12 TOYOTA
COROLLA LE
Auto, air, power group,
CD player, used
(330512/CP048311)
1 ONLY
$
14,995
13 TOYOTA
COROLLA L
Auto, air, power group,
tilt, used
(231286/DP159392)
1 ONLY
$
17,495
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