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3NOVEMBER 2017 |Cont. from page 1 Special thank you to our local fire station for allowing the community to visit and My assistants...and the proudest Grandpa that’s ever lived! climb through their trucks during our annual Halloween Mini Trick or Treat!well, fun! Each time I see Nate Ladendorf fighting REALTOR Colette Zagarella passes out party favors and candy by Luce. And the cuteness award goes too...without hesitation to open his pizza kitchenat Poseidon Project, I enjoy a comfortingfeeling and notice the corner of my lips areturning up into smile. By the way, Posei-don’s pizza kitchen is opening this month!!!Check for updates on Bay Park Connec-tion. Red Tree Realty will be sponsoring thefirst slices. That is another gem, Seth Robinson,owner of Red Tree Realty. He didn’t openup a branch of another pre-established realestate firm. He built Red Tree Realty fromthe ground up, all from scratch. The secretto his ability to succeed, he actually carriesno ulterior motive than making our space abetter community. From the official opening party withfree food for everyone in the neighbor-hood from Papas Locas Food Truck, to theneighborhood Halloween Trick or Treat,to the neighborhood gathering at officeheadquarters to watch the World Series,his doors are always open to each of us. Hisheartfelt intentions have me in awe. It’s notjust good business, it’s good people. Thatis what our community is all about, goodtimes with good people.Check out the photos from our HalloweenTrick or Treat. Email over to Bay Park Con-nection why you love Bay Park / Bay HO.As far as we can tell, we really are givingSan Diego neighborhoods a run for theirmoney.Red Tree Realty in the Community REALTOR Caroline Abkar passing out candy at the yoga studio Bay Park’s own local Princess...and her Mom.Gru and his Even the youngest ones got to trick or treat this year. Batman...who knew The Riddler was really his father.Minions!!! He’scertainly up to notgood!

4 | NOVEMBER 2017 Words Alive and #GivingTuesday are a new way of link-Pairing Halloween Candy w/ San Diego Beers ing individuals and causes to strengthen communities. Living the Gummy Bear flavors of raspberry (red), As we drift slowly into fall, with the Words Alive programs in full swing in orange (orange), strawberry (green), pineapple over 130 classrooms across San Diego County, we begin to turn our atten-HOPPY (clear) and lemon (yellow) perfectly compli- tion to the holidays. America’s ability to shop and spend has given signifi- ment the tropical bitterness in the IPA. Also, cant attention to the “shopping” days immediately following Thanksgiving:LIFE the dry finish of the IPA helps cut the jelly- Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. We would like to like consistency of the Gummy Bears. introduce you to one more day after the Thanksgiving holiday that helpswith Beau Schmitt our communities – #GivingTuesday.Skittles + Three Berry Beatitude Almond Joy + Defined with social media’s ever present hash tag, #GivingTuesday is aMixed Fermentation Sour Cocomotive Coconut Porter global giving movement that has been built by individuals, families, organi-4.5%, Council Brewing Company, Kearny Mesa 8.3%, Thorn Street Brewery, North Park zations, businesses, and communities in all 50 states and around the world. This year, #GivingTuesday falls on November 28th and harnesses theThe sweet-then-sour flavor transformation is When the sweet coconut in Almond Joy com- collective power of a unique blend of partners to transform how peoplea mantra for many popular candies, but not bines with the rich chocolaty malts & toasted think about, talk about, and participate in the giving season. It inspiresSkittles. Original Skittles are simply sweet and coconut in Cocomotive, it will take you on a people to take collective action to improve their communities, give back tofruity. Three Berry Beatitude is a mixed fer- magical, island-style journey. Then, Cocomo- the charities and causes they believe in, and help create a better world.mentation sour that is moderately sour, tart tive’s dry coffee bitterness cuts the fat of the #GivingTuesday demonstrates how every act of generosity counts, and thatand refreshing. Follow a handful of Skittles mouth-watering milk chocolate and almonds, they mean even more when we give together.with a sip of Three Berry Beatitude and you’ll leaving you with a dry, clean finish.create a whole new candy-like experience. Words Alive works together with more than 500 volunteers, donors,Pucker up for this great pairing. teachers, administrators, and families, who know what collaborating and coming together means to make reading matter for thousands of childrenSour Patch Kids + Raspberry Blush Kit Kat Bar + Hello Darkness and young people every day. It is in this spirit of collaboration that #Giv-Berliner Weisse Oatmeal Stout on Nitro ingTuesday was born. #GivingTuesday is a new way of linking individuals4%, Mikkeller Brewing Company, Miramar 6%, 32 North Brewing Company, Miramar and causes to strengthen communities.Sour Patch Kids, now with the little blue dude, Biting into Kit Kat’s sweet chocolate covered Words Alive is close to completing its initial 1,000-day Read-for-Lifeprovide a mouthful of juicy tartness. Their wafers only gets better when it’s followed a sip campaign, with a little more than $100,000 left to raise, and we’d like to dostrong flavors of lime (green), lemon (yellow), of Hello Darkness. This creamy and chocolatey that by the end of the year. This fall, we encourage our community, in theorange (orange), raspberry (red) & blue rasp- stout has a medium body with a sweet, coffee spirit of #GivingTuesday and the entire giving season, to consider joiningberry (blue) require a strong beer counterpart. finish. It’s the beer version of a mocha. Blend- together and make a contribution, to consider becoming a volunteer, toMikkeller’s Berliner Weisse pairs perfectly. Like ing Kit Kat’s wafer with Hello Darkness’s consider becoming a partner with Words Alive and ensure that every childSour Patch Kids, Raspberry Blush starts off chocolaty finish will leave your kid wondering has the opportunity to live and thrive in a literacy-rich environment.soft and light on the palate and ends with a where all his candy went.dry, sensationally tart finish. And Raspberry We hope you keep an eye out for the growing presence of #GivingTuesdayBlush has notes of coffee to finalize the sophis- and heed the call to action that will change the way we spend around thetication of this pairing. holidays. Let’s all take a moment to celebrate a time dedicated to giving back. Candy Corn + “Garbage Can” Pail Ale Under the Kitchen Sink, Your Place About Words Alive Founded in 1999, Words Alive is a nonprofit organization that helps under- Candy Corn is gross. It doesn’t pair with any- served, low-income, at-risk children, teens and families discover how books and thing. Please throw it all away in your garbage reading can add meaning to their lives. Words Alive engages its program partici- pail. pants in developing a connection to reading with innovative programs and initiatives with the goal of creating lifelong readers and learners. For more Drink Local, information about Words Alive, its programs, volunteer opportunities and Beau sponsorship opportunities, visit [email protected] Bears +Mission Accomplished IPA6.3%, Breakwater Brewing Company, OceansideMission Accomplished IPA has huge tropicaland citrus notes of pineapple and mango. The

5NOVEMBER 2017 |WINNIE’S “Core Electric has been advertising with Local Umbrella Media Newspapers for over a year now. We are stillPICKS! amazed at the high volume of calls we receive weekly from our ad in their publications. We at Core Electric believe that by being accurate, authentic and well organized Local Umbrella Media has established a strong following with local readers. We are especially grateful to the staff at Local Umbrella for always making sure our ads go out on time and even offering intuitive suggestions on design. Their assistance with our advertising has exceeded our expectations and certainly beats our experience with the other advertisers we've used in the past. (On- line advertising specifically)TASHI AND THE MONK – 2014 documen- RANDOM HARVEST - (1942) I know that We at Core Electric aretary: Lobsang Phuntsok leaves the U.S. and I've mentioned this movie before, but maybe it's looking forward to advertis-returns to the roots of his training by His Holi- time to cry again. An injured WWI veteran falls ing with Local Umbrellaness the Dalai Lama. His purpose is to set up a in love with a dancehall girl. How was she to Media for years to, Jhamstse Gatsai Children's Community, know that he had amnesia? They marry, have a Cheers !”in northeastern India. You will experience the child, and then one day he goes to the city. This – Craig E.rebuilding of hope within the lives of unwanted perfect life may soon crumble, and you will findchildren and especiall yourself talking to the TV. I did. Have the tissues Owner Core Electric next to you. You will need them. Yes, I did too. IfTHE VOICE OF THE MOON - (1990) Fed- you need a double-header of tears, you can also LOOK FOR US IN YOURerico Fellini's last film was released to mixed watch Imitation of Life. The one from 1959 made MAILBOX EACH MONTH!reviews. Now released in a restored form, the me cry more than the one from is worth a second look. It is an homage to Reaching over 50,000 homes in 16 Sansome of Fellini's great movies over his 50 year THE BIG SICK - (2017) Cultures clash as an Diego area communities – and growing!career as an Italian filmmaker. Roberto Benigni all-American girl marries a comedian from Pak- Low priced advertising options to reachis a former mental patient meeting an assortment istan. Her parents are not thrilled with her choice. your community – or our entire network!of odd characters and possibly his own true love. Are any parents ever pleased with the man who marries their princess? Anyway, something bad Local community informationTO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. - (1985) My film happens that will bring all of them together. You SHOP / EAT / SPEND LOCAL!fans know that I love action films from Bronson may think you know how it's going to end. Maybeto Eastwood. I would be neglectful if I did not it does, but the journey their will bring a few tearsmention William Friedkin's movie about coun- and a warm fuzzy feeling to you. Enjoy this movie.terfeiters being pursued by the Secret Service.The pulsating film score was written and record- HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE - 2016)ed in only two weeks by Wang Chung. It is one In this quirky comedy directed by Taika Waitit, aof my favorites. I hope that you like it, as well. delinquent teen placed in a foster home escapes to the bush country with an odd foster uncle. ATHE DRIVER - (1978) Starring Ryan O'Neal - national manhunt begins to find the two. DuringNow that I'm in an action movie mood, I must their adventure, the mismatched duo scatter ashesrecommend one of my all-time Winnie's Picks, of a loved one, fight off a wild boar, and meetby director Walter Hill. If you like action movies, people even stranger than them. This is a greatcar chases, tricky women, and obsessed detec- movie that the whole family will love. It may eventives, then this is your movie. There's also a great remind you of some people that you know.storyline that will keep you wondering about theoutcome. Isabelle Adjani is the beautiful femme Winnie Hanford of Ken Video celebrated her 90thfatale that may be smarter than everyone. Birthday recently, and her love of good movies - and sharing her favorites with us - is as strong ever. LOW RATES CONTACT US For More INFO: [email protected]

6 | NOVEMBER 2017 Saturday, November 25, 2017 is Small Business Saturday® By Jon Wesley Ewell Every year after the craziness of the annual, no-holds-barred,Black Friday chaos there is something much better – Small Busi-ness Saturday. This is the day when lively consumers can (and should) focus onsupporting their local businesses. In reality, every day is for smallbusinesses. Local Umbrella Media’s primary mission is the sup-port of local communities and this includes supporting smallbusinesses whenever we spend money. We encourage you to start in your local neighborhood andcontinue throughout your local city and county. Hopefully we willall do this every day of the year, especially during the Holidays. THERE ARE OTHER THINGS WE CAN ALL DO TO HELP OUR COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL BUSINESSES BESIDES ONLY SHOPPING: 1. Make a commitment to refer other businesses and community services to your friends through word-of- mouth, and on social media. 2. Volunteer. There are many places that can always use volunteers. 3. Give to the needy. This is something else we should strive to do every day and not just when it’s a national holiday. Giving to people or animals in need is one of the best things we can do. Check with your local community for places accepting volunteers or donation. 4. Donate goods. Go through your storage space and “shop” for items that can be donated. Check local neigh- borhood sites like Nextdoor® for people and business owners who help others and accept donated items. 5. Consider local restaurants for dining in and also for delivery. If you don’t plan on cooking a holiday meal check with your favorite local restaurant for delivery or takeout specials. Many of them offer something and you could make a difference in them being able to provide for their families and friends. As much as we love the ease and convenience of shopping through Amazon and other e-commerce websites, there is almost always a local alternative. Let’s challenge ourselves to search for opportunities to spend locally in our com- munity Check out some Small Business Saturday® resources on our website at:

7NOVEMBER 2017 |TEN REASONS TO SHOP LOCAL AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY1. Significantly More President, National Histor-Money Re-circulates In ic Preservation Trust,San Diego County. When “When people go on vaca-you shop at locally owned, tion they generally seek outindependent businesses destinations that offermore money is kept in the them the sense of beingcommunity because local someplace, not just any-businesses often purchase place.”from other local business-es, service providers and 4. Environmental Impact 7. Local Business Owners of small businesses is thefarms. Buying locally helps Is Reduced. Local busi- Invest In Our Communi- best way to ensure innova-grow other businesses as nesses make more local ty. Local businesses are tion and lower prices overwell as our region’s tax purchases requiring less owned by people who: Live the long-term.base. transportation and usually in this community; are less2. Non Profits Receive set up shop in town centers likely to leave; and are 10. A growing body ofGreater Support. rather than on the fringe. more invested in the com- economic research showsNon-Profits often receive This generally means con- munity’s future. that in an increasinglygreater support from local tributing less to sprawl, 8. Put Your Taxes To homogenized world,business owners, some- congestion, habitat loss, Good Use. Local business- entrepreneurs and skilledtimes as much as 350% resource depletion and es in city and town centers workers are more likelymore money, than they do pollution. require comparatively little to invest and settle infrom non-locally owned 5. Most New Jobs Are infrastructure investments, communities that pre-businesses. Provided By Local Busi- add more to our tax base serve their one-of-a-kind3. Unique Businesses Are nesses. Small local busi- and make more efficient businesses and distinctiveAn Integral Part Of Our nesses are the largest em- use of public services. character. Continued on next page >Distinctive Character. The ployers nationally. 9. Competition And Di-unique character of the 6. Customer Service Is versity Leads To More More about Shopping Local at:Pioneer Valley is what Often Better. Local busi- Consumer Choices. A us here and will nesses often hire people marketplace of thousands shop-localkeep us here. Our tourism with more specific productbusinesses also benefit, expertise and they invest inbecause our place doesn’t their employees for betterlook like everyplace. Ac- customer service.cording to Richard Moe,


9NOVEMBER 2017 |By Bart Mendoza November 24 The Creation Factory Music News: Levi Dean & The Americats Late 1960’s inspired, Los Angeles based, psychedelic beat rockers, The Creation Formed in 2014, Levi Dean and The Americats have Factory play the Soda Bar on November 24, alongside Los Sweepers and the won- become a local club favorite with their own brand of Amer- derfully named group, The Allyrgic Reaction. This is keyboard driven garage rock icana, tinged with folk, blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll. The at its best, the sort you might hear in movies of the era during the obligatory band is currently hard at work on their second album, with “freak out” party scene. There is enough groove and thumping bass lines in the producer Andrew Nast at Audio Design Studios, tentatively bands beats, as heard in their new single, “You Got It,” to get even the most jaded set for spring 2018 release. Performing at the Holding Com- listener up and dancing. Fans of sixties rock will love every second of this band’s pany on November 29, The Americats started in October musical time warp. 2014, shortly after frontman Levi Dean arrived in San Diego. “I grew up in Virginia, Dean explained.“I loved growing upThe Creation Facotry Photo by Leland Bobbe December 3 L.A.M.F. there, however I became restless as I got older and at age 20Walter Lure I followed the pull westward.” He arrived in California after While it didn’t make much of a splash when issued in 1977, there can be little doubt stops in Tennessee, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Ore- that the album, “L.A.M.F.,” by The Heartbreakers, has gone on to become one of gon. “I took a piece from everywhere I have been and each the most influential discs of that decade. Not to be confused with Tom Petty’s place has influenced my songwriting and musicianship,” he combo, The Johnny Thunders fronted quartet’s mix of punk and rock ‘n’ roll cool said. “At the same time, being so transient brought its own is timeless, inspiring legions of musicians in its wake. On December 3, The Belly challenges, but I was able to secure a permanent job in San Up Tavern will host a special concert in honor of “L.A.M.F.”’s 40th anniversary, fea- Diego in January 2014 as a Park Ranger and have been dig- turing an all-star band performing the album in its entirety. On hand will be original ging roots here ever since.” Heartbreaker Walter Lure with Mike Ness (Social Distortion), Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols) and Clem Burke (Blondie) plus special guests. For anyone who enjoys hard Deans Love of Americana stems from his childhood in the driving rock and roll this show is practically mandatory. South.“I was exposed to the deep roots of traditional Amer- ican folk music of the region,” he recalled. “My style is influ-Michael head & The Country Rockin Rebels December 13 Ocean Beach Farmer’s Market enced by a diverse group of musicians and songwriters includ- ing my family, Hank Williams Sr., Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Located at the intersection of Bacon and Newport,just a block from the beach, there The Band, Led Zeppelin, and David Grisman,” Dean said. is no doubt that the Ocean Beach Farmer’s Market is one of the area’s best places to “The first album I ever bought with my own money was catch sets from a cross section of San Diego’s music community. On December 13, Hank Williams Sr.'s ‘Greatest Hits’ album when I was fifteen. the market will prsent their annual Holiday Show, hosted by Michael Head of the At that point I had never heard someone who could accurately band Country Rockin’Rebels. The line-up was still being confirmed at press time, but portray his feeling through songs like he could. I was hooked past years have seen many of the area’s top performers stop by for a seasonal tune or when I heard the lyric about being heart broken and jumping two. More importantly, the event will also double as a drop off point for toys or in the river. His songs really spoke to me because, like most canned food items, which will be distributed to needy families in time for the holidays. teenagers, I was filled with emotional angst.” At the Holding Company, the band plans to preview tunesThe Gargoyles December 15 The Gargoyles from their forthcoming disc, alongside covers by the likes of Hank Williams and Robert Johnson.“We are planning for a Ron Silva brings his latest band, The Gargoyles to The Manhattan Bar on December high energy show at the THC and we are certain you will 15, on a bill that also features acclaimed indie pop quartet, Mittens. Mixing covers want to hop out of your seat and dance,” Dean said. and originals, the quintet includes bassist Chris Davies (The Penetrators) and guitarist Eric Bacher (The Tell Tale Hearts), keyboardist Derick Hugunin and The music biz is tougher than ever – what motivates Dean drummer Richard 'T-Bone' Larson, with Silva’s gritty vocals at the forefront. Silva to keep going?“I feel compelled to live out my life's purpose,” is a legend, known for his work in such groups as The Crawdaddys and Nashville he said good naturedly. “Birthing a new song is the greatest Ramblers and his new combo keeps the quality just as high, turning in a terrific, feeling in the world, and to witness that song having a positive danceable mix of R&B, sixties garage and rock ‘n’ roll. impact on someone is pretty cool too.” December 15 Holiday Hangover Short Takes The tenth annual “Holiday Hangover” concert, celebrating the music of the 1980’s, Mod inspired indie rockers, The Bassics, will release their will take place at the House of Blues on December 15. The show will feature four debut album, Every Day Life, on January 20… meanwhile, tribute bands including Strangelove-The Depeche Mode Experience, the Cured, The Event, the acclaimed 1980’s mod quartet has reunited Smiths tribute group, Still Ill and David Bowie doppelgangers, Electric Duke. All to co-headline The Purple Weekend Music Festival in Leon, are great at what they do, but the night belongs to Strangelove, currently one of Spain on December 8. In addition to the reunion concert, the most popular tribute acts in the U.S., regularly filling venues of up to 8,000. Bickerton Records will be issuing a deluxe, 10” vinyl only, The reason for their popularity is easy to see: They are virtually an exact replica collection of vintage demos in early 2018… Celtic group, of their namesake British quartet. If you missed out on seeing Depeche Mode in Brogue Wave, featuring violinist Patric Petrie, will be per- Chula Vista last month, this concert is the next best thing. forming alongside The Offspring and Buzzcocks, as part of the Flogging Molly hosted “Salty Dog Cruise,” sailing fromStrangelove Key West to the Bahamas, April 20 – 23… Beatlesfair 2018 will take place on March 31 at Queen Bee Arts Center. Guests December 19 Ariel Levine announced so far include Fab Four impersonators, Britain’s Finest, The Baja Bugs, Dave Humphries with Zak Nilsson On December 19, the Casbah will host the album release show for Ariel Levine’s (son of Harry) and author John Borack… singer Victoria excellent new album,“Let The Machine Get It”. Released on December 8, the album Roze is wrapping up studio work on her third album,“Bag- shows that Levine is a charismatic mix of Berlin era Bowie, Bryan Ferry and David gage Claim”, due out in January…KUSI-TV meteorologist Byrne, with songs that are adventurous, sometime quirky, but always melodic. A Dave Scott has released a new jazz album,“One Big Beautiful gifted producer and multi-instrumentalist, Levine’s songs, such as the album’s first World.”The acclaimed singer / trombonist is joined by guests single, \"Sunshine Part II: On My Color TV\" are radio ready, slotting well amongst including guitarist Peter Sprague, Hip Hop Artist Ayesha both todays hits, as well as the songs of his musical heroes. Scott and the Martin Luther King Community Choir of San Diego.Ariel levine

10 | NOVEMBER 2017 Hola Mexico Opening Night Reception, Movie Premiere & Youth Scholarship Fun...Fri, November 10, 2017 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PSTMedia Arts Center San Diego’s San Diego Latino Film Festival PARTICIPATING CHEFS:will be kicking off The Hola Mexico Film Tour 2017 with anOpening Night Reception & movie premiere on Friday, No- Chef Mario Medina - Executive Chef ofvember 10th from 6pm to 8pm. Maincourse & MiCieloThis reception will serve as the annual Youth Scholarship Chef Daniella de la Puente - Owner ofFundraiser for the Media Arts Center San Diego in support of La Cocina Secretathe organization’s year-round youth education programs. After Chef Danna Flores - Owner of Costathe reception, pease join us for the San Diego premiere of FrescaMexican romantic comedy, EL QUE BUSCA ENCUENTRA, Chef Esteban Avila Balcazar - Chef destarring Ana Brenda and Claudio Lafarga. Cuisine at MM by Mario Medina cater-Our goal is to reach $7,000 to offer 40 youth media scholar- ing serviceships for this 2017-2018 project year!The Hola Mexico Film Tour 2017, will feature six of the mostpopular and acclaimed recently-released Mexican movies(starring Barbara Mori, Damian Alcazar y mas!)! Media ArtsCenter’s San Diego Latino Film Festival will be bringing thetour to the Digital Gym Cinema North Park (2921 El CajonBlvd) from November 10th through the 16th. Visit here for acomplete description of all movies and schedule.Join us for live music, art, tasty bites by celebrity chefs, tequila/wine bar, y más!Want to avoid Eventbrite ticket fees? You can also pay on line (w/ NO extra fee) here: MORE FILM INFO AT: TICKETS:

131NOVEMBER 2017N|OLOVCEAMLUBMERBR2E0LL1A7.C|OM |Mama’s Kitchen Kicks Off West Coast’s Largest Bake Sale Benefitting San Diegans Battling Critical DiseasesSycuan Casino returns for 13th year, joins other popular bakers to raise essential funds toward organization’s nutrition services.Many of San Diego’s top pastry chefs, caterers and bakeries will donate hundreds of traditional Thanksgiv-ing pies for the 2017 Mama’s Pie in the SkyThanksgiving Bake Sale. The fundraiser, now inits 13th year, benefits Mama’s Kitchen, a com-munity-driven organization that provides nu-trition services improving the lives of women,men and children vulnerable to hunger due toHIV, cancer or other critical illnesses. In 2016,the fundraiser was the biggest and most suc-cessful to date, netting more than $116,500through pie sales and event sponsorships for theorganization. This year, the non-profit hopes tosurpass that goal raising $162,000 to fund morethan 45,000 meals.Sales continue through Nov. 19, 2017. Pie fla-vors are pumpkin, traditional apple, pecan andDutch apple, and are available for just $25 each.Pies can be purchased online via or by calling 619-233-6262.“Mama’s Pie in the Sky has become a localtradition many San Diegans look forward to asthey give thanks over the Thanksgiving holi-day,” said Alberto Cortés, executive director,Mama’s Kitchen. “The price of just one deli- About Mama’s Kitchen Participating Bakers (so far)cious $25 pie allows us to serve eight nutritiousmeals to our neighbors affected by HIV, cancer Mama’s Kitchen was founded in 1990 when vol- Andaz San Diego (Downtown)or other critical illnesses.” unteers from the AIDS Assistance Fund discovered Art Institutes (San Diego)* that many of their clients were becoming too ill to Barona Resort & Casino (Lakeside) All proceeds from pie sales go directly to take care of themselves. They realized that a reli- Bear Buns Bakery and Café (Serra Mesa)funding thousands of free, hot and nutritious able home meal delivery service was needed to Behind The Scenes Catering & Events (MiraMama’s Kitchen meals, which help ensure no ensure that these individuals would continue to Mesa)one living with HIV, cancer or other critical ill- receive nutritious, life-sustaining food. In 2004, Betty’s Pie Whole (Encinitas)nesses will go hungry in the San Diego commu- Mama’s Pantry was opened to provide individu- Brothers Signature Catering & Events (Mira Mesa)nity. Additional financial and in-kind support als with HIV who are able to prepare meals the The French Gourmet (Pacific Beach)is provided by Sycuan, Wells Fargo, Jerome’s opportunity to supplement their nutritional needs. Handlery Hotel (Mission Valley)Furniture, Original Pancake House of Poway & Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine (La Jolla)Temecula and Bergelectric, while CBS Radio’s During the past 27 years, Mama’s Kitchen has Jenny Wenny Cakes (Carmel Mountain Ranch)KYXY 96.5 and Energy 103.7 are the event’s served over eight million meals and has never Jewish Family Services (Kearny Mesa)media partner. turned away a client who qualified for our ser- Just Call Us Volunteers (Clairemont) vices. Our commitment to our clients remains Kaiser Permanente Medical Center (San Diego) Volunteers will deliver the pies to 21 sites unchanged and in May 2017 Mama’s Kitchen ex- Kitchens for Good (Lincoln Park)throughout San Diego County for pickup panded its mission to serve San Diegans affected Loews Coronado Bay Resort (Coronado)Wednesday, Nov. 22. On average, more than 30 by HIV, cancer or other critical illnesses. Mama’s Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego (Downtown)bakers throughout San Diego County donate Kitchen currently provides delivered meals, pan- Mook & Pop’s Culinary Delights (Scripps Ranch)their time and resources to provide pies for Ma- try services and nutrition education services to Nine-Ten Restaurant (La Jolla)ma’s Pie in the Sky. over 1,200 men, women and children in San Di- San Diego Cake Club (Clairemont) ego County annually. Learn more and make a San Diego Convention Center (Downtown) To date, 30 bakers have been confirmed – see donation at Soleil@K (Downtown)full list in the sidebar Additional pie bakers are Starry Lane Bakery (Hillcrest)*needed to help with the effort. Those interested Stone Brewing (Escondido)in participating should contact Ben Coyle at Sugar and Scribe Bakery (La Jolla)*619-233-6262 ext. 112 or ben@mamaskitchen. Sycuan Casino (East County San Diego)org. Town and Country San Diego (Mission Valley)* Twiggs Bakery (Normal Heights) Individuals and teams are encouraged to vol- The Wild Thyme Company (Miramar)unteer to sell pies for a chance to win prizes Wyndham Vacation Ownership (Mission Valley)*from generous sponsors. Pie sellers are alsoencouraged to use their social media networks NOTE: * denotes new baker to campaignto promote their participation in Mama’s Piein the Sky. For information on this year’s fund- mamaspies.orgraising efforts or details on how to get involved,visit or call 619-233-6262.

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16 | NOVEMBER 2017 A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: The Power of Sportsmanship, Sponsorship, and MentorshipI By Alison Lily Aragon, Grants & Communications Specialist at Pro Kids | The First Tee of San Diego.t isn’t an anomaly to be a girl a PGA Junior League team. PGAplaying golf these days. Recent Junior League teams transform theheadlines indicate there is still individual sport of golf into some-awe at a girl’s ability to play to thing much more team-focused, aswin alongside boys on the course, it will be when members go on tobut a field packed with girls ready to compete in high school, college or atcompete is nothing new here at Pro professional levels.Kids | The First Tee of San Diego. In2017, our membership was 58 per- This is not a student’s only pathcent female, with a special afternoon to professional success; Pro Kidscarved out specifically for girl’s golf intertwined in the City Heights andlessons and a strong Girl’s Mentor- Oceanside community ecosystems,ing Committee at both City Heights provides introductions to local busi-and Oceanside locations. These are ness leaders, from Gabriel Carinijust a few of the activities and events owner of Carini Heating and Air, tofocused on academic growth, as well Callaway Golf, who joined togetheras providing experiences for young with TaylorMade in 2012 to createwomen that are enriching, fun, andthey range from tea time, practicing GabyPilates, hiking, to providing scholar- Continuedships for our older girls as they headon to college (This past year, 29 ofour 48 scholars were Women, andsome of our most dedicated femalescholars play golf for CSU San Mar-cos, Stanford, and Northwestern). Pro Kids uses golf as a gateway to Girls mentoring with Girls, Inc. in Oceanside Gabriel Carini, President, Carini Heating and Airlearning many valuable life skillsthat kids carry into successful adult-hood, to actively shape their ownfuture on and off the course. Kidsexperience golf in a different kind ofatmosphere here, with group classesthat have incentivized levels forgrowth, friendly monthly scrambles,and the opportunity for our middle-school aged youth to compete onPro Kids members at end of the month Halloween tournament

17NOVEMBER 2017 |the beautiful Pro Kids Academy. have access to out on the course. 2016). Having corporate volunteers at Pro Kids, taking place DecemberThe Academy is a special learn- But friendships are only one reason like Microsoft out on the course has 3rd, the Carini Team has committeding and golf facility where over 70 sports like golf empower girls for life lasting impact beyond a few hours; countless hours to the organizationkids attend more than three times and leadership—“golf is the perfect the act of showing up informs our and strategy of the tournament, asa week during the school year to platform for girls to build character, kids that their community is valu- well as their own contacts and re-keep their reading, math, and overall leadership skills and core values like able to San Diego at large, and offers sources who have really stepped-upacademics strong - while learning perseverance, confidence and judg- them a space to start talking to adults this year to support our golf techniques through the ment.” (The First Tee, 2017). These about career opportunities they mayunique SMASH lab programming skills are paramount to setting goals have never known about otherwise. We all face ups and downs un-that teaches golf and STEM concepts for the future, and staying focused knowingly throughout life, butat the same time. These leaders in during the overwhelming middle In this fast-paced virtual world, having people to call on for guidanceservice and entrepreneurial spirit act and high school years. Research by showing up in person is more than and support is not promised for more than just sponsors of Pro Michigan State University’s Insti- half the battle. We value partners Whether they know it or not; spon-Kids programs—they are also men- tute for the Study of Youth Sports, who stand beside our kids, learn- sors, donors, staff, and volunteers aretors for kids so they may understand estimates, “approximately 70% of ing with them on and off the course. all vital support systems in our proall the opportunities available out in children in the U.S. are dropping out Carini Heating and Air was recently kids’ lives. We do the best we can tothe world. of organized sports before the age recognized as the 2017 Community teach our members how to navigate of 13, which is particularly alarm- Partner of the Year by Pro Kids for on the course of life, where bunkers Sponsors play a particularly ing for women because studies have their dedication on service in the and water hazards are more unex-unique role at the Carini Women’s shown that girls who play sports are community and focus on giving back pected than they are on the links.Golf Tournament. The inviting more likely to graduate from college, to youth, particularly the girls here at Claire Shipman, television journalistatmosphere encourages an afternoon find a job, and be employed in male- Pro Kids. As the title sponsor for the and co-author of The Confidenceof sisterhood women don’t always dominated industries” (Fortune, Carini Women’s Golf Tournament Code summaries the lasting lessons of golf best; “something happens when girls play sports — they em- body the experience of not just of winning, but the critical experience of losing. It’s that process of carrying on and clearing hurdles that really builds confidence. It’s an incredibly useful proving ground for business and leadership.”Jennifer, Sade, Pro Kids member Kalena, Level 4 If you are considering a way for your business to give back at the end of 2017, or want to ac- tivate your individual or family giving through service, men- torship, or sponsorship, please consider joining Pro Kids | The First Tee of San Diego for our Carini Women’s Golf Tourna- ment Sunday, December 3rd, 2017. We have completely sold out of foursomes for the event, but we do have $25 brunch-only tickets available if you would like to join in on the fun. We have sponsorships avail- able for our brunch and happy hour portions of the day, please email Alison at aaragon@ or call 619- 582-7884 if you are interested in getting involved. Your atten- dance, time, and commitment to our girls provides them with the opportunity to mentors and experiences that will shape their future. Funds raised from the Women’s Tournament go di- rectly to the Pro Kids Academy, young women and girl’s involve- ment in the Pro Kids Golf & Life Skills Program, and Girl’s Mentoring Committee.

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20 | NOVEMBER 2017San Diego’s Largest Annual Older Adult Tech Fair On Nov 11The “Get Connected” Tech Fair will host hundreds of adults 50+ at Oasis’ new Lifelong Learning andWellness Centers at Grossmont Center Mall On November 11th, 2017 San 619-881-6262 818 Birmingham Drive, CardiffDiego OASIS will host the largestannual Technology Fair for older WHEN: 9:40 AMadults 50 and over in San Diego. November 11, 2017 Carmel Valley Park and Ride | 12791 10:00AM – 3:00PM Sorrento Valley Road, San Diego Between 2010 and 2030, the elder- FREE EVENT with lunch includedly population will double in the 10:00 AMUnited States, with an even higher WHERE: Arrive San Diego Oasis | 5500percentage here in San Diego. This San Diego Oasis at Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesayear’s Tech Fair will address the Grossmont Centerneeds of a growing older adult com- 5500 Grossmont Center Drive 3:15 PMmunity in a rapidly changing digital La Mesa, CA 91942 Depart San Diego Oasis for Returnworld. 619-881-6262 Trip Across from Barnes & Noble FROM NORTH COUNTY The Oasis Tech Fair will offer INLANDhands-on learning about everything San Diego Oasis is piloting atechnology at their new Lifelong new idea: Transportation! 9:00 AMLearning and Wellness Centers at San Diego Oasis | Escondido SeniorGrossmont Center Mall. San Diego’s We would like to offer our North Center | 210 Park Avenue, Escondi-booming 50+ population will have County members the opportunity dothe opportunity to take part in free to join us for the Technology FairTech Talk sessions, 40-minutes each. on November 11, by providing free 9:30 AMSome interesting topics include: round-trip transportation from sev- Rancho Bernardo Park and Ride | eral locations throughout North 12862 Rancho Penasquitos Blvd,Cyber Fraud Briefing pre- County. San Diegosented by assistant DistrictAttorney: RSVP is required by Monday, About San Diego OASISHow to Outsmart Personal Infor- November 6 San Diego OASIS, a 501c3 award-mation Thieves winning nonprofit organization, To ensure a seat on the bus, you serves San Diego County residentsWhat is Fake News and How will need to RSVP for the pick-up ages 50 and over promoting suc-to Detect it: location closest to you. Call David cessful aging through LifelongOnline News: How to be your own Beevers at (760) 796-6020 or email Learning, Healthy Living, and Com-investigative reporter, presented by [email protected]. Space is munity Service. We offer over 1700Tom Karlo, KPBS General Manager limited, be sure to RSVP soon! classes in art, finance, history, exer- cise and wellness, disease manage-Artificial Intelligence and Transportation Logistics ment, language, computer training,Voice Activated Technologies Pick-up times will vary based on travel activities annually, and inter- generational volunteer opportuni- In addition, Oasis will have the location, but will begin around 9:00 ties pairing our members with Sanvery popular Ask the Expert area for AM, with the return trip dropping Diego County elementary schoolany questions about technology and you back to your original destina- children to encourage improved lit-will be featuring two electric vehicles tion by approximately 4:00 PM. eracy, and increased self-esteem. Gooutside the event, presented by to for more infor-SDG&E. FROM NORTH COUNTY mation. COASTAL This year it the will be located in 9:00 AMthe newly opened San Diego Oasis Oceanside Transit Center | 235 S.location at Grossmont Center Mall. Tremont Street, OceansideEvent is free, but registration isrequired. Go to www.sandiegooa- 9:20 class #80 to register or call Birmingham Park and Ride | 794-

21NOVEMBER 2017 | Gorgeous birds from The Nat’s Birds and Mammals collection. (Photo by Pablo Mason)Cool Stuff to the museum. The entry is dominated by a amassed a collection of more than 8 million the root of scientific discovery Museum col-From Storage giant sperm whale jaw that demonstrates the specimens. Although the institution focuses its lections help inform present and future scien- sheer size of this remarkable mammal.Visitors research efforts primarily on Southern Cali- tists, students, and museum visitors about evo- will also see an impressive display of specimens fornia and Baja California, through its history, lution, implications of climate change, and howNatural History Museum’s from all over the world: brilliant gems and it has acquired specimens from all over the to protect the unique biodiversity and natural minerals, an emperor penguin, massive bats, a world. resources in the region. In addition to their 20- foot long anaconda skin, pinned bugs and The specimens in the museum’s holdings, tremendous scientific value, specimens are alsostorage spaces take center insects, a wall of skulls, and a variety of vintage which are meticulously preserved and cata- displayed in exhibitions, such as Unshelved,stage in new exhibition taxidermied birds. The specimens chosen for logued, are curated by several departments that and are used by the Education Department to this exhibition demonstrate the museum’s long comprise the Biodiversity Research Center of more clearly and definitively illustrate lessons history of collecting and the magnificent diver- the Californias (BRCC). Research departments being taught at the Museum Unshelved is“Unshelved: Cool Stuff from Storage”opens sity of life on Planet Earth. and collections include Birds and Mammals, located on Level 2 of the museum and isNov. 18 at the San Diego Natural History “Most visitors don’t get to see our treasure Botany, Entomology, Herpetology, Marine included with general admission.Museum and features gorgeous natural history trove — rows upon rows of shelves, drawers, Invertebrates, Mineralogy, Paleontology, and To help celebrate the grand opening ofspecimens never before on display. and crates holding millions of plant and animal the Research Library. Unshelved, The Nat has planned the followingThe building looks bigger from the outside specimens collected over the past 143 years,” “The Nat has been building a collection of public programs:than inside because it holds 8 million speci- said Judy Gradwohl, president and CEO of the natural history specimens for more than 140mens in storage areas underground and behind San Diego Natural History Museum. “A look years,” said Dr. Michael Wall, vice president of • Unshelved Family Daygallery walls. The museum is giving visitors a behind the scenes in our storage areas is like a science and conservation at the Natural History Saturday, Nov. 18, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.rare peek behind the scenes when they open cross-section of the diversity of nature itself. It Museum.“It’s high time we create an exhibition (included with paid admission)the exhibit, which is included with paid admis- is beautiful, strange, and fascinating, and we’re that is solely dedicated to telling that story. Unshelved brings the back of house to the • NATtalk: What’s In Our Drawerssion and will remain on view for two years. giving visitors a glimpse into that world.”As visitors enter Unshelved, they will feel as The Nat was established by a small group of front. Its quirkiness is sure to dazzle our visitors Tuesday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m.though they have been given an all-access pass citizen scientists in 1874, and since then has and prompt them to ask questions, which is at (extra ticket required).A drawer of beetles from The Nat’s Entomology Department shows the beauty of bio- Owls in the museum’s holdings lined up for inclusion in Unshelved. Curator of Birds and Mammals Phil Unitt holds one ofdiversity. (Photo by Pablo Mason) (Photo by Michael Field, San Diego Natural History Museum) the 50,000 bird specimens in one of The Nat’s many research collection rooms. (Photo by John Talbott, San Diego Natural History Museum)

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23NOVEMBER 2017 | Fall favorites are back.Pumpkin ButterA seasonal favorite best described asthe essence of pumpkin pie in a jar.Luckily though, it’s not a delicacy that’sonly enjoyed after Thanksgiving dinner.Spread on your morning toast, stir intoyour coffee, or mix into your favoritebaked goods for the ultimate fall treats!Orange CranberryThanksgiving Dinner in a jar! Our or-ange cranberry is tart and pulpy, a truefruit-lover’s jam. The sweet and dryflavor of cranberries splashes wonder-fully with fresh oranges, creating a fullytextured and powerfully flavored treat.Be sure to save some for Black Fridayleftover turkey sandwiches!

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