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T

he Huntington Valley Boys and Girls Clubs represent a


successful effort to supply our community with a safety
net for thousands of latch key kids. What could be better
than matching that Herculean effort with a community leader,
corporate giant and above all generous, successful businessman
who recognizes the need to help the Boys and Girls Clubs reach
the greatness they have come to enjoy.
Great futures are build on strong foundations. Bob Mayer
built a stunning edifice shaped by his own experiences as a
builder, a banker, a businessman, a hotel and casino operator,
and a world class real estate entrepreneur. From his modest be-
ginnings as a day laborer amid the post-war Southern California
housing boom, to his years as the region's largest developer of
multifamily residential housing, his life has been underscored
with one theme.
Bob has said time and time again over his entire career:
"Without Risk There is No Reward". He has lived the Ameri-
can Dream.
Acclaimed for building some of the most luxurious properties
along the Pacific Coast, Bob, in the pages of his book and
throughout the pages of his life built a storybook resume on un-
forgettable stories and experiences constructing a personal his-
tory high-rise standing tall in his industry and among his peers.
Driven by the principle that accepting and even embracing
risk is essential to financial success, Bob's plain-spoken style
says it all. Today, Bob Mayer enjoys the widespread respect and
admiration of his industry and his peers.
Likewise, Bob Mayer and his entire family have a legacy of
giving back, second to none, in our community. Bob's leader-
ship transcends the Board Room he has become accustomed to
lead from. His reach has been deep and lasting in our backyard.
This week the Huntington Valley Boys and Girls Clubs paid
tribute to Bob Mayer. This well deserved and earned honor is one among many in this
man's life.
Equally important, the Boy's & Girls Clubs locally are better today at what they do because
of Bob's commitments over the past many years. We join the Huntington Valley team in our
admiration of Bob Mayer, his strength of character, his family, those he chose to help him
lead and the obvious result of his presence in all our lives.
Bob Mayer Sr. usually focuses the spot light on others he helps, this night - in the Hyatt
HB Ball Room, with some 800 people looking on, Bob and
Maya Mayer supplied all the ra-
diant light needed to clearly rec-
ognize philanthropy at its best.
To name but a few symbols of
the Mayer Family success:
HYATT REGENCY, Resort &
Spa; HILTON WATERFRONT
Beach Resort; WATERFRONT
Residential; LAGUNA
WOODS Residential; MER-
ANO Residential; RANCHO
MIRAGE; Mixed Use; WEST-
ERN RIVERSIDE Master
Planned Community.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Huntington Valley serve more
than 8,500 youth each year in
Huntington Beach, Fountain
Valley, and surrounding
areas, through their six cen-
ters. They operate two li-
censed development
preschools for children ages
6 weeks through five years,
two before and after
school centers for
school-age youth
(ages 5+), one after
school drop-in pro-
gram for youth in
the Oak View com-
munity (1st Grade
and up) and a per-
forming arts center
for kids of all ages.
Great futures have
started inside these
walls for decades
and we all need to
insure that legacy
continues as does
Bob Mayer and his
family.
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October 15, 2013 714.914.9797 hbnews1@aol.com VOL. 22 NO. 480
Great Futures Start Here.
FOUNTAIN VALLEY-
KINGSTON BRANCH
School-Age Center
(Ages 5+)
16582 Brookhurst Street
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 531-CLUB
Fax: (714) 531-7850
HUNTINGTON BEACH
BRANCH
School-Age Center
(Ages 5+)
2309 Delaware Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Phone: (714) 374-2600
Fax: (714) 374-2603
OAK VIEW BRANCH
School-Age Center for Oak
View Community Youth
(1st Grade & Up)
17261 Oak Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Phone: (714) 842-4002, ext. 0
LEARNING CENTER
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
PRESCHOOL
Accredited Preschool
(Infants - 5 years)
17565 Los Alamos Street
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 593-0753
Fax: (714) 962-2319
ROBERT MAYER
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
PRESCHOOL
Licensed Preschool
(Infants - 5 years)
Golden West College
(near Gothard & Center Ave)
15744 Goldenwest Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Phone: (714) 899-5900
Fax: (714) 899-5100
CLUBHOUSE ACADEMY
Performing Arts Center
(Ages 2+)
10200 Slater Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 593-0753
Fax: (714) 593-0141
Huntington Valley
Boys & Girls Club Locations
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Ed Note: Since the Pledge of Allegiance and
The Lord's Prayer are not allowed in most public
schools anymore
Because the word 'God' is mentioned....
A kid in Arizona wrote the attached.
NEW School prayer :
Now I sit me down in school
Where praying is against the rule
For this great nation under God
Finds mention of Him very odd.
If Scripture now the class recites,
It violates the Bill of Rights.
And anytime my head I bow
Becomes a Federal matter now.
Our hair can be purple, orange or green,
That's no offense; it's a freedom scene.
The law is specific, the law is precise.
Prayers spoken aloud are a serious vice.
For praying in a public hall
Might offend someone with no faith at all.
In silence alone we must meditate,
God's name is prohibited by the state.
We're allowed to cuss and dress like freaks,
And pierce our noses, tongues and cheeks.
They've outlawed guns, but FIRST the Bible.
To quote the Good Book makes me liable.
We can elect a pregnant Senior Queen,
And the 'unwed daddy,' our Senior King.
It's 'inappropriate' to teach right from wrong,
We're taught that such 'judgments' do not belong.
We can get our condoms and birth controls,
Study witchcraft, vampires and totem poles.
But the Ten Commandments are not allowed,
No word of God must reach this crowd.
It's scary here I must confess,
When chaos reigns the school's a mess.
So, Lord, this silent plea I make:
Should I be shot; My soul please take!
Amen
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.
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Dave Garofalo
Publisher
America: Home of the Free because of the Brave
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S
ome of you know I had prostate
cancer and recently had some "cor-
rective" surgery. You've been
there...they always ask at the doctor's of-
fice why you are there, and you have to
answer in front of others what is
wrong and sometimes it is embar-
rassing.
I had to go to a new doctor
specialist. There
is nothing worse
than a Doctor's
Recept i oni s t
who insists you
tell her what is
wrong with you in a
room full of other
patients.
I know most of us
have experi-
enced this, this
was mine...
I walked into a
crowded waiting room and approached the desk.
The Receptionist said, 'Yes sir, what are you seeing the Doctor for
today?'
'There's something wrong with my penis, I replied.
The receptionist became irritated and said, 'You shouldn't come into
a crowded waiting room and say things like that. '
'Why not, you asked me what was wrong and I
told you,' he said.
The Receptionist replied; 'Now you've caused
some embarrassment in this room full of people.
You should have said there is something wrong
with your ear or something and discussed the
problem further with the Doctor in private.'
I replied, 'You shouldn't ask people questions
in a room full of strangers, if the answer could em-
barrass anyone. I walked out,waited several min-
utes, and then re-entered.
The Receptionist smiled smugly and asked,
'Yes??'
'There's something wrong with my ear,' I stated.
The Receptionist nodded approvingly and
smiled, knowing I had taken her advice.. 'And
what is wrong with your ear, Sir?'
'I can't urinate out of it,' I replied.
The waiting room erupted in laughter...
My new philosophy...Mess with seniors, and
you're going to lose.
One Of My Faves
I
was in the park re-
cently and I wanted to
read a magazine but
was being challenged by
a little girl who was deter-
mined to get some atten-
tion. She wanted to know
what the United States
looked like. Finally, I tore
a sheet out of my new
magazine out on which
was printed the map of
the country containing a
national story about blue
and red states.
Tearing it into small
pieces, I gave it to her and
said, 'Go over there on the
picnic table and see if you
can put this together.
After a few minutes,
she returned and handed
me the map, correctly fit-
ted and taped together.
I was surprised and
asked how she had fin-
ished so quickly..
'Oh,' she said, 'on the
other side of the page is a
picture of Jesus. When I
got all of Jesus back to-
gether where He be-
longed, Then, our country
just came together.'
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Yes... Back To the Doctor...
Written By a 15 Year Old
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
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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
E
very Wednesday at 12:15pm
The Redondo Beach Rotary
Club meets at The Bluewater
Grill (665 North Harbor Drive) in
King Harbor. The 62-member club
includes such city dignitaries as
Mayor Steve Aspel, City Manager
Bill Workman, City Clerk Eleanor
Manzano and Chamber of Com-
merce/Visitors Bureau President
Marna Smeltzer. There also are a lot
of Business Professionals. This club
is lead by District 5280 President
Karen Weigel, who flew to Fiji to
help the natives after the meeting.
(Talk about practicing what you
preach!) It is a fun crowd that sup-
ports the community in helping pro-
vide meals to the elderly; shoes,
backpacks and supplies to school
children, free eye exams and glasses
for students, scholarships and much
more. At a recent meeting I at-
tended, my dad, Craig MacDonald,
was the keynote speaker on
"Yosemites Unsung Hero," Jessie
Benton Fremont, who lead the first
successful effort to save Yosemite.
Also speaking was Assemblyman Al
Muratsuchi of the 66th District,
which includes Manhattan Beach,
Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach,
Torrance, Rancho Palos Verdes,
Rolling Hills Estates,Palos Verdes
Estates and The Los Angeles Com-
munities of Harbor City, Harbor
Gateway, El Camino Viillage,
Lomita and West Carson. He gave a
brief report on what he is doing to
improve his areas. The food was
wonderful and meeting room looked
out at the beautiful Harbor. If you
would like to learn more log on to:
http://www.clubrunner.ca/redon-
dobeach. Their motto is "Service
Above Self." (We can all learn from
that motto.)
The Redondo Beach
Rotary Club
Has Been
Helping Others For
89 Years
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Top: Redondo Beach Mayor
Steve Aspel with Assemblymem-
ber Al Muratsuchi of The 66th
District. Right: Redondo Beach
Rotary Club President Karen
Weigel. Below: Bluewater Grill in
Redondo Beach.
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youth
M
emorialCare Medical Group
was recognized for the
eighth year in a row as one of the
State's top rated physician groups
in California by Integrated Health-
care Association (IHA).
IHA is a statewide not-for-
profit collaborative of
various healthcare
p a r t i c i -
pants that
independently
surveys and gathers informa-
tion to ensure quality and to
recognize medical groups that
excel in patient care. Each
year, the Association evaluates
over 200 participating medical
groups and recognizes those
who demonstrate the highest
overall benchmark for quality.
Awards are based on perform-
ance in three quality measure-
ment areas: meaningful use of
health IT, patient experience, and
clinical measures that include pri-
ority conditions such as cardiovas-
cular, diabetes, musculoskeletal,
respiratory, and prevention.
"We are proud to be recognized
once again by IHA. Delivering
patient centered coordinated care
is at the heart of our mission,"
says Mark Schafer, MD, Chief
Medical Officer.
"We've been
able to
o p t i -
mize care and
improve patient safety by
continuing to focus on the
Triple Aim"EUR improving
the experience of care, im-
proving quality, and reduc-
ing per capita cost"EUR at
our 28 physician offices,
three urgent care centers, and
three retail clinics. This recog-
nition affirms that we are con-
sistently providing the highest
quality care for our patients. It
is a wonderful tribute to our
physicians and entire health
care team."
MemorialCare Medical Group
Honored Again!
Fountain Valley
Student Competes
R
enee Schiavone (Editor
Patch) and staff writer Nicole
Mooradian tell us that Caroline
Moore, a Fountain Valley High
School student has been recog-
nized as a National Achievement
Scholarship Semifinalist.
HBUHS Senior Caroline
Moore of Fountain Valley High
School is one of more than 1,600
high school students competing
for about 800 Achievement
Scholarship awards, which recog-
nize "academically promising
black students throughout the na-
tion," according to the NMSC.
As one of only 100 of the semifi-
nalists are from California, we
salute Caroline for her academic
effort.
Surf City (aka Huntington
Beach), not to be out done by
their neighbor, also had a semifi-
nalist; Amber Gibson who attends
Edison High School.
About 80 percent of the semifi-
nalists are expected to become fi-
nalists, and more than half of the
finalists will win an Achievement
Scholarship.
To become finalists, semifinal-
ists and their high schools submit
detailed scholarship applications,
including information about aca-
demic records, participation,
community activities and educa-
tional goals; an essay; earn high
SAT scores; and be endorsed by a
high school official.
Finalists will be announced in
January. More than $2.5 million
has been set aside for this year's
scholarships. Corporate and busi-
ness sponsors will underwrite
about 100 Achievement Scholar-
ship awards for finalists who meet
criteria set by the grantor.
More than 160,000 high school
juniors from across the United
States entered the scholarship
competition when the took the
2012 PSAT.
The American Dream
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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
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freedom
By Bryan Golden
T
he American Dream is freedom.
Freedom from oppression, tyranny,
and subjugation. Freedom from dictato-
rial individuals and government. Free-
dom to control your destiny. Freedom to
benefit from your hard work and creativ-
ity. Freedom to succeed or fail. Freedom
to determine your level of
prosperity.
The American Dream was es-
tablished on the principle that,
for the first time in human
history, a country was es-
tablished with a gov-
ernment designed to
be a servant of the
people. The
American Dream
is one of self-
sufficiency, not
government de-
pendence and
control.
The Ameri-
can Dream cul-
tivates the
limitless power
of the individ-
ual to build, cre-
ate, discover,
invent, and inno-
vate. The Ameri-
can Dream is the
pioneer spirit that mo-
tivates people to succeed
against all odds in order to
do what has never been done
before.
Prior to Americas founding, coun-
tries around the world had been so op-
pressed by totalitarian regimes that individual freedom was
an unknown concept. One's position in life was determined
by those in power. There was no hope of a better existence.
An individual had no control over his destiny no matter how
hard he worked. The position someone was born into was
where they remained for life. The American Dream recog-
nized the equality of each person as being an inalienable
right. It didn't matter who you were or where you started,
you could go anywhere.
The American Dream is simple. It puts the destiny of
every individual into their own hands.
Each person is free to benefit directly
from their efforts. The American
Dream taps into the essence of human
nature; when people have the freedom
to determine their own destiny, produc-
tivity flourishes.
The American Dream un-
leashed the power of the in-
dividual as never before. In
less than 200 years from
our founding, America had
surpassed all other nations
in wealth, production, and
innovation. Americans have
created and maintained the
highest standard of living ever
known.
The American Dream attracts
people from every other country be-
cause of its unparalleled liberty. The
American Dream is one of equal op-
portunity, not equal outcomes. The
regimes people escaped from all
proved that the only outcome that can
be guaranteed is the equal distribution
of misery.
Every American benefits from The
American Dream. Success has a posi-
tive impact on all. It creates a vibrant,
growing society filled with opportu-
nity. People are willing to work hard
when they are free to benefit from their
efforts and able to retain the fruits of
their labor.
Nothing is better than The American
Dream where each individual has the right and freedom to
determine their own life. What is the alternative? Is it being
told what you can and cannot do? Is it having some person
or government deciding what is fair for you to have?
There are those who dont like The American Dream. The
reasons are many: greed, power, control, or the destruction
of our country. Regardless of their motives, the result if they
are successful is the same; the loss of freedom and the in-
ability to control your life and destiny.
Although it's difficult to believe that
anyone could be opposed to lib-
erty, both history and current
events clearly demonstrate
that those who want to
destroy The American
Dream exist and are
determined to sub-
vert your free-
dom.
The ever pres-
ent threat to
The American
Dream is peo-
ple who believe
the government
should control
you, dictate
how you live,
and determine
what is permit-
ted. These
power hungry au-
thoritarians seek to
enrich themselves by
creating laws designed
to confiscate the results
of your hard work. The
American Dream attracts ver-
min who view government as an
opportunity to enrich themselves by
confiscating wealth from others. The suc-
cess of the productive attracts economic parasites.
The American Dream requires your constant care, vigi-
lance, and support to keep it alive. Freedom is your right,
but it isnt free. Take it for granted, and it will vanish. No
one has the right to steal your American Dream. Stand up
for liberty and reject anyone who wants to take it from you.
You are The American Dream.
Bryan is the author of "Dare to Live Without Limits." Con-
tact Bryan at Bryan@columnist.com or visit www.DareTo-
LiveWithoutLimits.com 2013 Bryan Golden
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rankly, I dont know what it is about California, but
we seem to have a strange urge to elect really ob-
noxious women to high office. Im not bragging, you un-
derstand, but no other state, including Maine, even comes
close. When it comes to sending left-wing dingbats to
Washington, were number one. Theres no get-
ting around the fact that the last
time anyone saw the likes of
Barbara Boxer, Dianne Fe-
instein, and Nancy Pelosi,
they were stirring a caul-
dron when the curtain
went up on Macbeth.
The three of them are
like jackasses who hap-
pen to possess the gift of blab. You
dont know if you should con-
demn them for their stupid-
ity or simply marvel at
their ability to form
words.
. . . . . columnist
Burt Prelutsky,
LA Times
Can you imagine
someone actually
saying this!
Columnist Burt Prelutsky
LA Times
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us from the Golden West Police Academy having served our country for
four years in the Navy. Alex Durham, one of our youngest members to become
a police officer at HBPD also comes froam Golden West Police Academy.
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Attention
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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
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hats in a
n a m e ?
That depends on
who you ask.
In the marketing world, names are part of your
brand, who and what you are and how you are per-
ceived. Brands have value that can be monetized.
How much a brand is worth depends on your line
of business, your percentage of the market and how
recognizable you are.
The Washington Redskins have been so named
for over 80 years. According to Forbes, the Red-
skins are worth $1.7 billion, the third most valuable
franchise in the NFL behind only the Dallas Cow-
boys and the New England Patriots. The teams
brand, which includes its name, constitutes $145
million of the Redskins value. Forbes estimates
that the team netted $104 million on revenue of
$381 million last year. It should be noted that
Forbesis notorious for underestimating both fran-
chise values and team revenues.
Add it all up and you can readily see why Red-
skins owner Dan Snyder says adamantly that he
will never - NEVER, capitalized change the
teams nickname, despite the fact he has been under
intense pressure to do so for years. Native Ameri-
cans, sports writers and celebrities have long cam-
paigned for a name change. Even President Obama
recently weighed in on the issue, saying if he were
the owner, and I knew that there was a name of my
team even if it had a storied history that was of-
fending a sizeable group of people, Id think about
changing it.A cynic might point out that because
the Presidents actions offenda sizeable group of peo-
ple, perhaps he should consider resigning.
Is the name Redskins demeaning to Native Ameri-
cans? Some Native Americans claim it is; others feel
differently.In 2004, the Annenberg Public Policy Center
polled 1,000 Native Americans from across the U.S. and
found that 90% of respondents did not find the nick-
name Redskins to be offensive. Closer to home, leaders
of a number of American Indian tribes in Virginia have
publicly expressed their support for the teams name.
If we change the name Redskins, doesnt that mean
we must also ban other sports nicknames that refer to
Native Americans, such as the Chiefs in Kansas City?
And moving from one sport to another, how about In-
dians in Cleveland and Braves in Atlanta?
Changing a sports teams name isnt as simple as it
may seem. There are regulatory and legal hoops to
jump through and any name change carries with it fi-
nancial risks to the team. Will fans be offended and stop
supporting the team? Will the sales of logoed merchan-
dise be adversely affected?On the flip side, teams are
willing to change their name if the current one is more
of a liability than a benefit. Unless and until that hap-
pens with the Redskins, dont expect the team to change
its nickname.
By Jordan Kobritz
Kobritz
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Scalp Tickets at Sporting Events
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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
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For Dinner?Sequoia Golf
Group, new owners of Old Ranch,
plan to emphasis increasing the value
of club memberships and what mem-
bership mans at Old Ranch Country
Club in Seal Beach.
Old Ranch Country Club in Seal
Beach (Photo courtesy Sequoia Golf
Group)
As usual, Nisha Gutierrez-Jaime
(Editor) of the Patch touts Old Ranch
Country Club and their new owners.
Owners say...Sequoia Golf Group will immediately start investing money into the Old Ranch County
Club to increase the value of club memberships and the overall quality of the member experience, many
improvements which are scheduled to be underway within its first year of operation, Sequoia officials
announced in a released statement.
Old Ranch Country Club boasts an 18-hole Ted Robinson designed championship golf course, a com-
prehensive practice facility, fitness center, swimming pool, fine dining, an active social program and a
family-friendly atmosphere. The Club also has a newly renovated Clubhouse.
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oin the City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department
for the spectacular 2014 Rose Parade on Wednesday, January 1. We
have limited grandstand seating avail-
able. Tickets are $115 which in-
cludes transportation and
seating. Buses will depart
from the Civic Center,
2000 Main Street at 6:45
a.m. sharp and return at
approximately 3:00
p.m. All registrants
under 17 years old
must be accompanied
by an adult. For further
information, please call
714-536-9387. Sign up
with Betty Hickey at Rodgers
Seniors Center, 1706 Orange Avenue,
Huntington Beach: Tuesday 8:30 AM 11:30
AM, Thursday or Friday 12:30 PM 5:00 PM.
Join Us -
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T
he Russells left San Diego on Aug. 27 to arrive in London on Aug. 28. After a few
days visiting Windsor and London we embarked the Royal Caribbean Brilliance of
the Seas at Harwich, United Kingdom for
a 2 week cruise. Our Ports of calls were
Le Havre, France, Portland, Dorset
United Kingdom, Cork, Ireland, Dublin,
Ireland, Klaksvik, Faroe Islands, Reykjavik,
Iceland and then across the Atlantic to
Boston.
Our First stop Le Havre, France we hired
a mini van and guide to take us to Nor-
mandy where we visited Omaha & Utah
beaches plus the American cemetery where
our troops were buried. This was a very
moving experience it is hard to imagine
how we won the war with so much against
us at Normandy. The weather, the blood
bath on the beach where we lost 4000
Americans and yet we got through and into
France to liberate them. The Cemetery is
an American territory but maintained by the
French but they are paid by the US.
Portland UK is situated the county of
Dorset on the Jurassic Coast and is the ge-
ological wonderland of Portland.The en-
tire place is made up of limestone. The
city held the Olympic sailing event here.
We visited a unique 300 year old Light-
house where you can see some dramatic
vistas and the locals like to hike and pic-
nic.
On Sept. 3 we arrived in Cork, Ireland
where we visited the Blarney Castle.
Those that kiss the Blarney Stone or stone
of Eloquence will never again be at a loss
for words. One interesting fact about Cork is
their cars are very old so in order to encourage
the citizens to buys new cars the Government
started labeling license plates with year of the
car & city a license plate of a car bought in 07
would look like this 07 C & rest of number. C
is for Cork. Because of superstition cars
bought in 13 would have 113 if bought in first
1/2 of year or 213 if bought in second half.
One of our favorite ports was the next stop
Dublin, Ireland. Home of Guinness Beer and
Jameson Irish Whiskey. We toured the Jame-
son Distillery where Theo was picked to be an
official taster, she compared Scotch Whisky
(Black Label), American Whiskey (Jack
Daniels) and Jameson. The Jameson won
hands down. We visited lots of fun Irish Pubs
and just enjoyed the city.
After a day of cursing we arrived at
Klaksvik, Faroe Islands. Faroe means far
away and they are. The town is located on
Borboy, which is a part of the northern islands.
The first settlement dates back to Viking times.
Today it is the cultural and commercial center
for the Northern Isles and the Faroe Islands.
Klaksvik is located between two inlets lying
back to back. Its harbor is important because
of the fishing industry. In April 2006 they opened
the sub sea tunnel, the Noroouatunnilin which connects one of the islands. There are 18 is-
lands only 2 are inhabited by the 17,000 population. There are no trees growing on the is-
lands.
We visited a 2000 year old house with a grass roof and a very old
cemetery.
Our last port before Boston was Reykjavik, Iceland. Reykjavik
means smoky bay. This name comes from the steam rising from
the geothermal springs. This is the worlds northernmost capital
city. We visited many beautiful waterfalls and in the Gulifoss re-
gion the geysers. We saw the Litu Geyser Erupt. All around us
were the lava plains which are covered with green moss. One of
the most amazing and beautiful places we visited. Reykjavik is
also known for their mineral rich waters and Blue Lagoon a very
luxurious spa. In town there is a very impressive Hallgrimskirja
church, resembling volcanic rock formations. One interest note
about Iceland is they are known for their horses. Their horses have
5 gates instead of 3, they have a fast walk & a fast run, both being
very smooth. Also
the horses are easy
to train and very
friendly.
The rest of our
trip was spent at
Sea. We were wel-
comed to the
Realm Of The Arc-
tic Circle by the
Captain with an ice
cube down our
backs and a shot at
Icelandic liquor.
Our certificate
Said: Know All By
These Presents:
and to all Walrus,
Huskies, Foxes,
Polar Bears,
Whales, Martens,
Reindeer, Caribou
and other Living
Denizens of the Frozen Northern
Waste, know ya that: The holder of
this certificate With my royal con-
sent passed the gateway to the top
of the world by entering the Arctic
Region under the ice and surfacing
there. Be it further understood:
Brilliance of the Seas That I Boreus
Rex, Ruler of the North Wind and
Sovereign of all the Frozen
Reaches it touches do hereby de-
clare that this hot blooded Neo-
phyte to my Royal Domain to be a
True and Trusted Joe and Brine En-
crusted FROSTBITTEN BLUE
NOSE. BE IT KNOWN; That by
virtue of the powers invested in me.
I do hereby command all my sub-
jects to show due honor and respect
to the above mentioned Blue Nose.
DISOBEY HIS ORDER UNDER PENALTY OF OUR ROYAL DISPLEAS-
URE.
We are members of the Blue Nose and have cruised the Realm of the Arctic
Circle.
On this Doug & Theo will say goodbye until our next adventure.
Theo & Doug Hit the Road Again!
huntington beach seal beach
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T
he City of Seal Beach announce it has been
awarded a Sustainability Program grant in the
amount of $150,000 by the Southern Cali-
fornia Association of Governments
(SCAG).
The grant will cover the costs of de-
veloping a Climate Action Plan
(CAP) for the City. A CAP pro-
vides a comprehensive strategy
to address Greenhouse Gas
(GHG) emissions related to
land use, transportation,
building design, energy use,
water demand, and waste
generation. The Citys CAP
will outline a road map to
reduce GHGs and promote
economic development based
on clean technology and sus-
tainable practices.
For the past three decades,
SCAG has prepared Regional Trans-
portation Plans (RTPs) with the pri-
mary goal of increasing mobility for the
regions residents and visitors. SCAG has
placed a greater emphasis than ever before on sustain-
ability and integrated planning in the 2012-2035 Regional
Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy
(RTP/SCS). The 2012-2035 RTP/SCS in-
cludes a strong commitment to reduce
emissions from transportation
sources to comply with SB 375,
improve public health, and
meet the National Ambient
Air Quality Standards as set
forth by the federal Clean
Air Act.
The City is excited to
be the recipient of such
a significant grant, said
Mayor Gary Miller.
The grant will help the
City maintain compli-
ance with more stringent
state and federal regula-
tions moving forward while
also fostering economic de-
velopment in the City.
Should you have any questions,
please contact Jim Basham, Director
of Community Development at (562) 431-
2527 or email at jbasham@sealbeachca.gov.
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Remember Salon Meritage
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n October 12, 2011, the fam-
ilies of numerous vic-
tims had to
grieve the loss of
loved ones at Salon
Meritage 500 Pa-
cific Coast Highway,
Seal Beach. As the
anniversary arrives
tomorrow, the City of
Seal Beach has and will
continue to be in constant
communication with these fam-
ilies and respect their wishes of peace
and reflection. With
that, the city will
focus on three
things; re-
specting the families/communities
wishes of privacy, the successful
prosecution of the suspect in this case
and the raising of funds for the build-
ing of the Salon Meritage memorial.
FOR DONATION INFORMATION CONTACT:
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RECREATION MANAGER
211 - 8TH STREET
SEAL BEACH, CALIFORNIA 90740
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A
recent weapons flight test in the Utah desert may
change future warfare after the missile successfully
defeated electronic targets with little to no collateral
damage.
Boeing and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
(AFRL) Directed Energy Directorate, Kirtland Air Force
Base, N.M., successfully tested the Counter-electronics High-
powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP)
during a flight over the Utah Test and Training Range.
CHAMP, which renders electronic targets useless, is a non-
kinetic alternative to traditional explosive weapons that use
the energy of motion to defeat a target.
Power is cut to a room of computers after being hit by a
high-powered microwave pulse from a Counter-electronics
High-powered Advanced Missile Project.
During the test, the CHAMP missile navigated a pre-pro-
grammed flight plan and emitted bursts of high-powered en-
ergy, effectively knocking out the target's data and electronic
subsystems. CHAMP allows for selective high-frequency
radio wave strikes against numerous targets during a single
mission.
"This technology marks a new era in modern-day warfare,"
said Keith Coleman, CHAMP program manager for Boeing
Phantom Works. "In the near future, this technology may be
used to render an enemys electronic and data systems useless
even before the first troops or aircraft arrive."
Hey CHAMP-
Lights Out...
a Bit of Flash Gordon
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Dear EarthTalk:
What are some steps
we can all take to pre-
vent beach erosion?
~ Kyle Phillips, via e-mail
Beach erosion is a huge issue for coastal areas in the U.S.
and elsewhere. According to the non-profit American Shore
& Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA), all beaches en-
dure storms and other natural disturbances that cause them to
lose sand, but the causes of beach erosion are not always the
same. On the West Coast, beaches are sand-starved when
river dams block the flow of sand, the group reports. That
contrasts with Eastern beaches, they say, which often lack
sand because inlets or navigation projects interrupt the move-
ment of sand along the shore. Things as disparate as storm-
driven waves or a simple change in an offshore sandbar may
cause one coastal area to lose sand while another gains.
Ultimately, a beach erodes because the supply of sand to
the beach can not keep up with the loss of sand to the sea,
says Ken Rubin, Assistant Professor of Geology and Geo-
physics at the University of Hawaii. Most sand is transported
from inland via rivers and streams. The damming of most wa-
terways in the U.S. has thus prevented a major supply of sand
from getting to our beaches.
He adds that beach erosion can be exaggerated during pe-
riods of rapid sea level rise, such
as that which we are expected to
experience soon as a result of
global warming melting the polar
ice caps. When the encroaching
sea comes against peoples prop-
erty, the tendency is for people to
try and stop the encroaching sea,
Rubin reports. They armor the
shoreline with seawalls, revet-
ments, jetties, etc. [which] have a
negative effect on beaches be-
cause once sea water reaches
them, it bounces off them with
more energy than a wave wash-
ing back off a normal sand
beach. The result is that more
sand is carried off shore, promot-
ing additional beach loss. And the
increased severity and frequency
of storms due to climate change
only serves to further stir up the
remaining sand at many beaches.
Unfortunately, beyond keeping
our carbon footprints in check,
there isnt much that individuals
can do to prevent beach erosion.
Building bulkheads in front of in-
dividual homes, or along entire
beachfronts, may provide some short-term relief from beach
erosion, but as often as not these actions can cause worse
problems in the long run. And land use regulations that re-
quire homes and buildings to be built with a big buffer zone
to the beach can go a long way toward protecting personal
property and home values in coastal areas, but they wont
help prevent beach erosion.
According to ASBPA, physically adding sand to beaches
to replace losses is really the best fix: Coastal scientists have
years of experience with beach restoration projects and have
learned that adding sand in the right quantities, properly en-
gineered and maintained, can make a beach last forever.
Of course the best solution to any problem, including
beach erosion, is to address the causes, not the symptoms.
Concerted global efforts to curb the emissions that are driv-
ing climate change and the elimination of dams along in-
land waterways are both urgently needed lest we want to
keep spending millions of dollars on remediation projects
that just have to be repeated over and over again in what is
essentially a losing battle.
CONTACTS:
ASBPA
www.asbpa.org
Ken Rubin
www.soest.hawaii.edu/krubin
EarthTalk

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Play it safe - never touch
anything caught in a
power line.
If an object gets caught in a power
line, call SCE at (800) 611-1911 to
report the problem.
At Southern California Edison, an
Edison International Company, we
want to help you and your family
stay safe around electricity.
For more safety tips, visit
www.sce.com/staysafe
FOR OVER 100 YEARSLIFE. POWERED BY EDISON.
Concerted efforts to curb carbon emissions and eliminate dams on inland
waterways are urgently needed, lest we keep spending millions of dollars
on beach remediation projects that only have to be repeated over and
over again in a losing battle. Pictured: Beach erosion at the Outer Banks,
North Carolina.
Credit: Soil Science at North Carolina State, courtesy Flickr
David White is the founder and editor of
Terroirist.com, which was named "Best Overall
Wine Blog" at the 2013 Wine Blog Awards. His
columns are housed at Palate Press: The
Online Wine Magazine (PalatePress.com).
Intimidated by wine? You're not alone.
Consider the prototypical wine connoisseur -
- swirling his glass, sniffing his wine, and blab-
bering on about some French chateau. He's
insufferable
Or consider a representative tasting note.
Wine Spectator recently praised a wine for offering
notes of "creamy boysenberry, plum skin and cassis . .
. [along with] hints of mesquite and grilled herbs."
They're bewildering.
Add to that the number of wine regions, grape varieties,
and production methods that oenophiles can easily rattle
off, and it's no wonder why so many people find wine so
daunting.
Keep your chin up. Wine might be complex, but at the
end of the day, it's just fermented grape juice. And the
best way to learn about wine is to drink it.
For budding wine enthusiasts, the importance of tasting
is impossible to overstate. Even simple questions, like
your go-to varietal on a normal weeknight, are impossible
to answer until you've tasted hundreds of different wines.
If you prefer white wine, do you seek ones that are
crisp and light, like Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre?
Or do you prefer whites that are buttery and ripe, like
California Chardonnay? If you prefer red, do you
seek out big, muscular wines, like Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon? Or the more restrained profile
of Pinot Noir from Burgundy?
Tasting can be as simple as visiting the local wine
shop or attending a food and wine festival. Getting to-
gether with friends and asking each person to bring
something different is another way to taste several
wines at once.
One of my favorite tastings is a bit more formal. I se-
lect four varietals -- generally Sauvignon Blanc,
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Syrah -- and open two bot-
tles of each, one from California and one from France.
The stereotype tells us that American wines are
fruitier than their French counterparts. While one can
find wines that debunk this stereotype, it's based in
truth. So I purposefully seek out wines that fit the
stereotype. And I serve everything blind, pouring the
wines from paper bags to mask where they're from.
Recognizing the differences should be obvious, even
to novices.
The aromatics of California Sauvignon Blanc are in-
tense, typically reminiscent of fresh-cut grass and grape-
fruit. French Sauvignon Blanc, especially from Sancerre
and Pouilly Fum, presents more subtle aromatics, like
chalk and white flowers.
Chardonnay provides a similar contrast. While Cali-
fornia Chardonnays are characterized by tropical fruits
and butter, French Chardonnays are marked by tart fruits,
like green apples and lime.
When Pinot Noir comes from warmer regions of Cal-
ifornia, like Napa Valley
and Carneros, it presents
aromatics of sweet fruits,
like black cherries. In the
French region of Bur-
gundy, Pinot Noir gener-
ally offers aromas of tart
cherries and earth.
Syrah can offer a
stunning contrast. Many
California winemakers utilize the grape to produce fruit
bombs -- think gobs of ripe blackberries and licorice.
French Syrah is typically more restrained, marked by
blueberries, meat, and pepper.
Looking for differences between similar wines is ex-
tremely educational. And when the paper bag comes off
each bottle, it's exciting to see whether or not you cor-
rectly deduced the origin of each.
Most showdowns have a winner. But with wine, nei-
ther France nor the United States makes "better" wine.
My preferences shift all the time.
This is just one model for a tasting, of course. One
can just as easily host a "wine on a budget" party, se-
lecting several bottles under $10. It's also fun to explore
one grape, in depth. Pinot Noir, for example, is partic-
ularly expressive -- so it's fun to explore the differences
between classic bottlings from Napa, Sonoma, Oregon,
and Burgundy.
Once wine becomes a passion, those baffling tasting
notes make sense. Hard-to-pronounce regions across Eu-
rope become easier to remember. Those flaws that som-
meliers can spot become obvious. But only if you've
tasted enough wine. So start drinking.
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Moe News Than You Can Handle:
Main Street Eyewear Looks at Life
Through Designer Glasses
Moe Kanoudi
Signs Of the Times
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Sign over a Gynecologist Office:
"Dr. Jones, at your cervix."
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In a Podiatrist's office:
"Time wounds all heels."
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On a Septic Tank Truck:
Yesterday's Meals on Wheels
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At an Optometrist's Office:
"If you don't see what you're looking for,
you've come to the right place."
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On a Plumber's truck:
"We repair what your husband fixed."
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On another Plumber's truck:
"Don't sleep with a drip. Call your plumber."
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At a Tire Shop in Milwaukee :
"Invite us to your next blowout."
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At a Towing company:
"We don't charge an arm and a leg.
We want tows."
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On an Electrician's truck:
"Let us remove your shorts."
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In a Non-smoking Area:
"If we see smoke, we will assume you are on
fire and take appropriate action."
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On a Maternity Room door:
"Push. Push. Push."
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At a Car Dealership:
"The best way to get back on your feet - miss
a car payment."
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Outside a Muffler Shop:
"No appointment necessary.
We hear you coming."
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In a Veterinarian's waiting room:
"Be back in 5 minutes. Sit! Stay!"
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At the Electric Company
"We would be delighted if you send in
your payment.
However, if you don't, you will be."
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In a Restaurant window:
"Don't stand there and be hungry;
come on in and get fed up."
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In the front yard of a Funeral Home:
"Drive carefully. We'll wait."
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At a Propane Filling Station:
"Thank heaven for little grills."
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And don't forget the sign at a
CHICAGO RADIATOR SHOP:
"Best place in town to take a leak."
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Sign on the back of another
Septic Tank Truck:
"Caution - This Truck is full of
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B
rian Warner, noted for
his work in this area tells
a big money story about
a big money businessand it
goes like thiswhat are the
highest grossing nightclubs in
America? The fact that people
are once again starting to waste
insane amounts of money every
weekend at a nightclub is a sure
sign that the American economy
has recovered from the reces-
sion. If you own a popular club
in a major US city, you pretty
much have a license to print
money. What other business can
buy a bottle of alcohol for $50
then immediately re-sell it for
$600? What other business
charges its customers $50 just
for the privilege of entering the
establishment to spend more
money? As the owner of a night-
club, if you can keep the bottles
flowing, the music pumping and
the crowds lining up, you will
be a very happy person and your
bank account will get huge.
Now I understand how the rich-
est DJs in the world can demand
$100-200k for a single set. But
out of all the clubs in America,
which make the most money
every year? Out of the top 100
grossing nightclubs, 25 are lo-
cated in California, with 15 in
Los Angeles alone. 22 of the
clubs are located in Las Vegas,
10 are in New York City and
five are in Chicago. The rest are
scattered around the country.
Have you been to any of the
clubs listed below? Do you
think they are worth all the
money they're earning? After
seeing the insane amounts of
money regular nightclubs earn,
I'm dying to know how much
highest grossing strip clubs
earn
The Highest Grossing
Nightclubs In America:
(Numbers are gross
revenues per year)
#1: Marquee Las Vegas, NV
$70-80 MM
#2: XS Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $60-70 MM
#3: TAO Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $60-70 MM
#4: Pure Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $45-60 MM
#5: LIV Miami Beach, FL
$35-45 MM
#6: LAX Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $35-45 MM
#7: HAZE Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $35-45 Million
#8: Surrender Nightclub
Las Vegas, NV $35-45 Million
#9: The Bank Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $25-35 Million
#10: LAVO Nightclub New
York, NY $25-35 Million
#11: The Pool After Dark
Atlantic City, NJ $25-35 Million
#12: LAVO Las Vegas, NV
$25-35 Million
#13: Tryst Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $25-35 Million
#14: Mango's Tropical Cafe
Miami Beach, FL $25-35 Mil-
lion
#15: Seacrets Ocean City,
MD $15-25 Million
#16: Avalon Hollywood Los
Angeles, CA $15-25 Million
#17: Pacha New York New
York, NY $15-25 Million
#18: Sevilla Nightclub
Long Beach, CA $15-25 Million
#19: Vanity Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $15-25 Million
#20: gh0stbar Las Vegas,
NV $15-25 Million
#21: Drai's Afterhours Las
Vegas, NV $15-25 Million
#22: Clevelander Miami
Beach, FL $15-25 Million
#23: MOON Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $10-15 Million
#24: FLUXX San Diego,
CA $10-15 Million
#25: Billy Bob's Texas Fort
Worth, TX $10-15 Million
#26: Mansion Miami
Beach, FL $10-15 Million
#27: Masquerade New Or-
leans, LA $10-15 Million
#28: 207 San Diego, CA
$10-15 Million
#29: ROOF Chicago, IL
$10-15 Million
#30: The Gold Lounge Las
Vegas, NV $10-15 Million
#31: Shrine Asian Kitchen
Lounge Mashantucket, CT
$10-15 Million
#32: SET Nightclub Miami
Beach, FL $10-15 Million
#33: Stingaree San Diego,
CA $10-15 Million
#34: AJ's club bimini Des-
tin, FL $10-15 Million
#35: Playboy Club Las
Vegas, NV $10-15 Million
#36: Float San Diego, CA
$10-15 Million
#37: Opera Nightclub At-
lanta, GA $10-15 Million
#38: Drai's Hollywood Los
Angeles, CA $10-15 Million
#39: Kilroy's Sports Bar
Bloomington, IN $10-15 Mil-
lion
#40: Vision Chicago, IL
$10-15 Million
#41: The Colony Los Ange-
les, CA $10-15 Million
#42: Rain Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $10-15 Million
#43: Ivy San Diego, CA
$10-15 Million
#44: P.O.V Washington, DC
$10-15 Million
#45: 1Oak NYC New York,
NY $10-15 Million
#46: The Chandelier Las
Vegas, NV $10-15 Million
#47: Plush Dallas, TX $10-
15 Million
#48: Public House Chicago,
IL $10-15 Million
#49: Playhouse Nightclub
Los Angeles, CA $10-15 Mil-
lion
#50: Bar Anticipation Lake
Como, NJ $10-15 Million
#51: Webster Hall New
York, NY $10-15 Million
#52: Avenue New York, NY
$10-15 Million
#53: The Park Lounge
Sacramento, CA $10-15 Million
#54: Wall Miami Beach, FL
$10-15 Million
#55: Sutra OC Costa Mesa,
CA $10-15 Million
#56: Altitude Sky lounge
San Diego, CA $10-15 Million
#57: 1015 Folsom San
Francisco, CA $10-15 Million
#58: Marquee NY New
York, NY $5-10 Million
#59: Studio 54 Las Vegas,
NV $5-10 Million
#60: Krave Nightclub Las
Vegas, NV $5-10 Million
#61: The Highlands Holly-
wood Los Angeles, CA $5-10
Million
#62: tenjune New York, NY
$5-10 Million
#63: LOVE Washington,
DC $5-10 Million
#64: Ecco Ultra Lounge Los
Angeles, CA $5-10 Million
#65: Space Miami Miami,
FL $5-10 Million
#66: Passion Nightclub
Hollywood, FL $5-10 Million
#67: Stoney's Rockin' Coun-
try Las Vegas, NV $5-10 Mil-
lion
#68: Cameo Miami Beach,
FL $5-10 Million
#69: Element New York,
NY $5-10 Million
#70: Club 152 Memphis,
TN $5-10 Million
#71: Tengo Sed Cantina
Kansas City, MO $5-10 Million
#72: Excalibur Chicago, IL
$5-10 Million
#73: Vanguard Los Angeles,
CA $5-10 Million
#74: Dusk Atlantic City, NJ
$5-10 Million
#75: G Lounge New York,
NY $5-10 Million
#76: Glass Cactus Nightclub
Grapevine, TX $5-10 Million
#77: Axis Radius Scotts-
dale, AZ $5-10 Million
#78: Gryphon Hollywood,
FL $5-10 Million
#79: Havana Club Atlanta,
GA $5-10 Million
#80: Heat Ultra Lounge
Anaheim, CA $5-10 Million
#81: Lagasse's
Stadium Las
Vegas, NV $5-10
Million
#82: Baja Shar-
keez Hermosa
Beach Hermosa
Beach, CA $5-10
Million
#83: Sandbar
Tequila Bar Santa
Barbara, CA $5-10
Million
#84: Shade Lounge Scotts-
dale, AZ $5-10 Million
#85: The Park at Fourteenth
Washington, DC $5-10 Mil-
lion
#86: Panama Joe's Long
Beach, CA $5-10 Million
#87: Seville Quarter Pen-
sacola, FL $5-10 Million
#88: Temple Nightclub
San Francisco, CA $5-10 Mil-
lion
#89: MIXX Atlantic City,
NJ $5-10 Million
#90: Drink Houston Hous-
ton, TX $5-10 Million
#91: The Happy Ending Bar
and Restaurant Los Angeles,
CA $5-10 Million
#92: Dream Nightclub
Miami Beach, FL $5-10 Mil-
lion
#93: Grizzly Rose Denver,
CO $5-10 Million
#94: Celebrations Nitelife
Myrtle Beach, SC $5-10 Mil-
lion
#95: Bull & Bear Chicago,
IL $5-10 Million
#96: Sloppy Joe's Key
West, FL $5-10 Million
#97: Whiskey Girl San
Diego, CA $5-10 Million
#98: Ten Nightclub New-
port Beach, CA $5-10 Million
#99: Bohemian Hall & Beer
Garden Astoria, NY $5-10
Million
#100: Cotton Eyed Joe
Knoxville, TN $5-10 Million
Highest Grossing Night Clubs in America
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n a move that surprised Wall Street, the Fed-
eral Reserve decided NOT to taper its mas-
sive bond-buying program known as
Quantitative Easing. The effect of the decision
has led to mortgage rates falling to lows not seen
since mid-June. Compared to the recent highs of
August and September, rates have dropped as
much as 0.5%. This creates a rare opportunity
for those who just completed a purchase or refi-
nance to look at lowering their rate again.
The Federal Reserve has been spending $85
Billion per month, just over $1 Trillion per year,
to subsidize rates through its Quantitative Eas-
ing program. Mortgage rates have been the
largest beneficiary of this program. It is the pri-
mary reason why mortgage rates hit all-time
record lows in late 2012 and early 2013. Rates
were so low for so long that both lenders and
consumers became complacent.
That all changed in May when the media
leaked that the Federal Reserve might begin
scaling back, or tapering, this
massive bond stimulus in Sep-
tember. The result was that rates
went up almost every single day
in May, June, July and August
until finally hitting the highest
levels in over two years on Sep-
tember 4th.
Since then, the Fed announced
that the economy is not yet strong
enough to warrant a change in
policy. Although the unemploy-
ment rate is improving, the em-
ployment rate is not. With only
63.2% of able-bodies adults ac-
tively working, the Labor Force
Participation Rate (LFPR) re-
mains at the lowest levels since
1978. With the labor market still
weak, the Fed decided to keep its
accommodation policy un-
changedfor now.
The September de-
cision not to taper
came as a surprise to
stock traders
on Wall
Street. In contrast, bond
experts accurately pre-
dicted the decision and the
subsequent drop in mort-
gage rates. Yet the decision
to taper will come at some
point. The expectation is
that this will happen
before the end of the
year.
The QE program is
the brainchild of out-
going Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke. He de-
signed it, he implemented it, and hes managed
it. He will not likely leave its dismantling to his
successor. With Big Bens appointment termi-
nating in January, 2014, the announcement to
taper and the details of the dismantling will
likely come in November or December. When
this happens, rates will move higher most
likely even higher than the levels of August and
September.
This creates a small, but reasonable window
of opportunity of just a few weeks to lock in a
rate at current favorable levels. Even those who
just purchased a home or recently closed a refi-
nance should contact their mortgage profes-
sional immediately to discover their potential
savings. If the interest reduction is large enough
(as much as 0.5%) and the closing costs are low
enough (ask about a no cost loan), then it
might make sense to redo your loan even after
such a short time.
And if you dont have or dont know a mort-
gage professional, contact me.
Fed Continues Subsidizing
Mortgage Rates
Arnaud Dufour
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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
column does not necessarily reflect
the opinion of The Local News.
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look at that!
European Pressphoto Agency
A
surfer rides a wave
with an oil drilling
rig in the background
in Huntington Beach, California,
Sunday. See..another illustration
of World Peace in motion. Now,
if we could get the same shot of
a Snow Boarder in the Bakkan
region we could prove to the
world on we can all co-exist
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Local Runners
Rule
- Special Award
Categories
and Surfboard
Medals
O
n your mark! This year's Surf City
10, presented by McKenna VW and
set for Oct. 27th in Huntington
Beach, will be the place to race for local
runners. The event will feature two differ-
ent categories of awards.
(1) The open race category will be for
out -of-t own
runners. (2)
The local
race cate-
gory is
limited to
Hunt i ngt on
Beach residents.
Though all par-
ticipants will race to-
gether the 'local' and
'open' categories will
have their own individual
top three finishers and prizes.
The top three finishers of every
age group will receive a honorary
plaque as well as a gift certificate to
either "Dick's Sporting Good" or "A
Snails Pace" sports stores.
Special Surfboard Finisher Medals will
be given to anyone who finishes the 10
Mile, 10 K or 5 K run. All Kids who
complete their race will receive Fin-
isher Ribbons and everyone will get to
choose from a short sleeve or sleeve-
less custom Surf City tech shirt.
The post-race expo will include
live music performances, great
booths and food sampling sta-
tions set up by local busi-
nesses and a Halloween
costume contest; Hal-
loween costume contest
will be held on stage in-
side the Expo area. The
top 3 winners will be de-
cided based on audience
applause.
All courses start and
finish on Pacific Coast
Highway between the
Hyatt Regency Resort
and the Hilton Waterfront
Resort on PCH at Twin
Dolphin Drive. You can
register online (www.sur-
fcity10.com), or the day
before the race (3-6 pm at
the Huntington Beach
Civic Center) and on race
day (Pacific Coast Hwy
parking lot). The field is
limited to the first 5,000 en-
tries
The 59th Surf City 10,
was formerly known as the
Annual HB Distance Derby.
According to Race Director,
Kathy Kinane, McKenna VW
fits perfectly with our new
Surfin Safari Challenge. Par-
ticipants who finish both the HB
4th of July 5K and either our 10
Mile or 10K will receive a custom
designed bottle opener featuring a
classic VW Surf Wagon. We are very ex-
cited to have this sponsorship. It will help
establish for all of us another nationally rec-
ognized running event. Entries are cur-
rently up over 100% compared with the
same time last year. We are on pace to at-
tract over 4,500 runners.
The new Surf City 10 Californias
Perfect 10, will feature a full menu of run-
ning events including a 10 Mile run, 10K,
5 Mile, 5K and Half-Mile runs for children.
The event has been designed by and for
runners to be one of the fastest courses in
the U. S. It will feature a flat course, cool
temperatures, music everywhere and thou-
sands of cheering spectators. Huntington
Beachs long-standing running event, Surf
City USA Marathon, has brought national
recognition to Huntington Beach as a great
place to run and a place to relax after the
race.
Marathon or-
ganizers cre-
ated Surf
City 10 to
a l l o w
h a l f -
marathon and
marathon hope-
fuls to race and
train. It is also a
chance for individuals
who are not yet ready to
compete in a half-marathon
or marathon to have the oppor-
tunity to enjoy the competitive,
shorter races and receive the
uniquely designed finisher medals.
As the longest stretch of uninterrupted
beachfront anywhere on the West Coast,
Surf City 10 is offering a race appealing
to everyone from the experienced
marathoner to the child, looking for a
fun day dressed in their favorite Hal-
loween costume. The top three cos-
tume winners will receive an award,
based on a vote by runners, follow-
ing the end of the races. Partici-
pants are also encouraged to
enter their track/running club,
or corporate team in the
team competition.
By registering for this fun
and exciting event, race
participants will be con-
tributing to Go the Dis-
tance, a collaboration
between Surf City 10
and Project Self-Suffi-
ciency. This local
fundraising event will be
supporting close to 50
single-parent families in
Huntington Beach who
are advancing their educa-
tion to become self-suffi-
cient in life. Project
Self-Sufficiency has aided
more than 500 families in
the past 27 years. With the
assistance from Surf City
10 and their collaborative
creation of Go the Dis-
tance, additional families
can be helped with increased
registration.
The post race expo will fea-
ture live surf music, great
booths and a fabulous Hal-
loween costume contest. Run-
ners, walkers, children and their
parents/siblings are encouraged
to dress up in their favorite and
most outrageous Halloween at-
tire and strut their stuff on stage
after the race.
The cost of entering the 10 Mile, 10K
or 5K run, ranges between $25/$45. The
10 Mile run will begin at 7 a.m., 10K at
7:30 am, followed by the 5K run/walk
at 8:30 a.m. The Surf City Kids fun
runs will be mile and mile, begin-
ning at 8:45 a.m.
All runs begin adjacent to the Hyatt
Hotel, corner of PCH and Twin Dolphins.
Runners can register Oct. 26 from 3-6
p.m. at the Huntington Beach Civic Cen-
ter, or race day at the Beach Blvd. at
PCH Parking lot next to the starting line.
'Go the Distance" with us!
Official Training Run
Surfboard Medal to all
Finishers
Fast Oceanfront Course
Course Entertainment
Costume Contest
800.422.0786
SurfCity10.com
C
alifornias P
erfect 10!
October 27
Huntington Beach
10 Mile Run
10K 5K
Kids Runs
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