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    Education Notebook: Pacific Beach Middle Strings Concert set for May 28
    May 18, 2019 | 6500 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The Mission Bay Preservationists prepare for their performance at the Sunken Garden, a 600-year-old temple in Yokohama, Japan. Organized by the San Diego-Yokohama Sister Society. 
    The Mission Bay Preservationists prepare for their performance at the Sunken Garden, a 600-year-old temple in Yokohama, Japan. Organized by the San Diego-Yokohama Sister Society. 
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    The Mission Bay Preservationists enjoy a sumo wrestling demonstration in Tokyo during their trip to Japan in April. Organized by the San Diego-Yokohama Sister Society, MBHS music director JP Balmat and his music students traveled to Japan to celebrate 62 years of sister city relations. The band performed throughout Yokohama, exchanging music and culture with local schools and community. 
    The Mission Bay Preservationists enjoy a sumo wrestling demonstration in Tokyo during their trip to Japan in April. Organized by the San Diego-Yokohama Sister Society, MBHS music director JP Balmat and his music students traveled to Japan to celebrate 62 years of sister city relations. The band performed throughout Yokohama, exchanging music and culture with local schools and community. 
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    Barnard Mandarin Magnet Elementary School. Barnard second-grade students display the ‘Happily Ever After’ bird condo, their classroom’s art auction project.
    Barnard Mandarin Magnet Elementary School. Barnard second-grade students display the ‘Happily Ever After’ bird condo, their classroom’s art auction project.
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    Girl Scout Troop 4910 opened their Little Free Library service project in front of Kate Sessions Elementary on Monday, April 22. The project was handmade by the troop in an effort to improve their community in a lasting way and they hope that by placing it near the school, their fellow students will use the library to keep reading.
    Girl Scout Troop 4910 opened their Little Free Library service project in front of Kate Sessions Elementary on Monday, April 22. The project was handmade by the troop in an effort to improve their community in a lasting way and they hope that by placing it near the school, their fellow students will use the library to keep reading.
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    Pacific Beach Middle - Music is in the air at PBMS! Music director John O'Donnell will be leading his music students in the final concerts of the school year. The Strings Concert is on Tuesday, May 28, at 6:30 p.m., and the Concert Band performs on Thursday, May 30, at 6:30 p.m.   Pacific Beach Elementary - Pacific Beach Elementary will hold their annual open house and Celebration of Art on Thursday, May 30, starting at 5 p.m. The classrooms will be open from 5 to 6 p.m., and the art will be on display in the auditorium all night. Kona Ice and Chip's Beach Eatz will be on hand serving dinner and dessert from their food trucks. Come explore the school and check out student art, school projects, and essays. Barnard Mandarin Magnet Elementary - Students at Barnard Mandarin Magnet Elementary School used their artistic talents to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces that were sold at the school’s annual auction fundraiser on April 20.   FOPBSS - Join friends and neighbors at the MBHS Yacht Party at Mission Bay Yacht Club on May 18, from 6 to 11 p.m. Enjoy food, great views, and rocking music from Jetpack Mojo. Tickets are $95 per person online at fobss.org, and at the door. All money raised from tickets and a live auction support PBMS and MBHS.  - Wrap up the year at the final FOPBSS meeting, Wednesday, May 22, at San Diego Mission Bay Boat and Ski Club, 5:30 p.m.
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    This National Burger Month — take a bite of the beach’s best and most bodacious burgers
    by DAKOTA CAMPAGNA 
    May 16, 2019 | 3378 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The Bison Burger at Draft Mission Beach. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    The Bison Burger at Draft Mission Beach. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    Half-pound burger at Rocky's Crown Pub. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    Half-pound burger at Rocky's Crown Pub. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    Hogs and Heffers Burger at Bare Back Grill.
    Hogs and Heffers Burger at Bare Back Grill.
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    Plant-Based Burger at Second Nature.
    Plant-Based Burger at Second Nature.
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    The Turkey Burger at The Patio on Lamont Street.
    The Turkey Burger at The Patio on Lamont Street.
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    One of the ultimate “American foods” is the hamburger. Almost every restaurant menu includes some kind of burger made of beef, bison or beans, and topped with everything from bacon and eggs to avocado and aïoli, while served on a variety of brioche, buttermilk or ciabatta buns. But no matter what kind of burger hits the spot for you, while visiting the beach communities in May, celebrate National Burger Month by sampling some of the best in San Diego. To help you out, the Beach & Bay Press offers some savory suggestions: PACIFIC BEACH ROCKY’S CROWN PUB — The go-to must-have burger in San Diego is the half-pound cheeseburger with a combination of lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, onions (gilled or raw), pickles and mayonnaise. It’s simple, yet delicious. Constantly rated as one of the best burgers in America’s Finest City, after one bite, you’ll understand why. Rocky’s is a cash-only restaurant with a menu of only burgers and fries – so don’t try to order chicken or salad – and don’t come in with attitude. Just sit back and enjoy a burger, beer and the Padres on TV. 3786 Ingraham St.  858-273-9140  rockyburgers.com BARE BACK GRILL — This New Zealand-themed eatery serves many spectacular burgers, but the one that stands out is the Hogs and Heffers Burger. Loaded with 100 percent organic beef, bacon, avocado, lettuce, tomato, red onion, sweet tomato chutney, aioli, and cheese, your tastebuds will thank you. Hang out at the bar or engulf your burger and beer outside on their patio that has a view of the boardwalk. 4640 Mission Blvd.  858-274-7117  barebackgrill.com THE PATIO ON LAMONT STREET — One of their most popular burgers is the turkey burger, which comes with Swiss cheese, roasted tomato, red onion, arugula, and garlic aïoli with the sesame bun. As the name suggests, this dog-friendly restaurant has a relaxed patio atmosphere, where you can soak in the sun while eating with friends and family. 4445 Lamont St.  858-412-4648  thepatioonlamont.com SECOND NATURE — This north PB restaurant has an extensive brunch menu, but also offers burgers and truffle fries for lunch and dinner. For non-meat eaters, check out their Plant-Based Burger, which is a 20-gram protein burger with butter lettuce, vine-ripe tomatoes, onions, and roasted garlic aïoli. Second Nature has an open feel with plenty of outside sitting. 5026 Cass St.  858-247-5236 secondnaturepb.com MISSION BEACH DRAFT MISSION BEACH — This Mission Beach staple serves extraordinary burgers, but one stand-out is the Bison Burger. With poblano pepper, grilled onions, Muenster cheese, and cumin mayonnaise, you will be recommending this burger to everyone. Located right on the Boardwalk for fun people-watching and ocean views. 3105 Ocean Front Walk 858-228-9305 draftsandiego.com SAND BAR SPORTS BAR AND GRILL — If you’re a big sports fan, this is definitely a good burger spot to check out. While you gather here to watch the game, try out the Diablo Burger. Made with chipotle aïoli, habanero jelly, fresh jalapeños, pepper jack cheese, crispy onion seeds, and spicy guacamole, your tastebuds are in for a treat. 718 Ventura Place 858-488-1274 sandbarsportsgill.com LA JOLLA BEACH BURGER — One of the most popular is the Cali Beach Burger, which includes Monterey Jack cheese, fresh avocado, Thousand Island dressing, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, on a toasted bun. This eatery is just the spot you need to grab a quick, delightful burger before heading to La Jolla Shores. 2152 Avenida De La Playa 858-352-6248 beachburgersd.com HENNESSEY’S TAVERN – You know this restaurant specializes in burgers when instead of “employee of the month,” it has “burger of the month.” This month’s winner is the Nacho Hangover Burger, which includes a traditional patty, bacon, nacho cheese, fried onions, tater tots, fried egg, and jalapeño slices. This neighborhood restaurant has an old-school feel with second-floor deck. 7811 Herschel Ave. 858-551-8772  hennesseystavern.com GEORGE’S AT THE COVE — One of their best is the Grass Run Farms Beef Burger. This burger includes house spread, lettuce, tomato, pickles, caramelized onions, and comes with a side of fries. There is also the option to add cheddar or blue cheese, bacon, or avocado to go with the spectacular views. 1250 Prospect St.  858-454-4244 georgesatthecove.com SMASHBURGER — This well-known burger joint is a popular spot for all the burger lovers. There are so many to try, but one that should be on your list is the Spicy Baja with Guac made with fresh sliced jalapeños, guacamole, pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, onion, and chipotle mayo on a spicy chipotle bun. You also have the option to order this burger as a single or double. 1000 Prospect St.  858-900-3355 smashburger.com HARRY’S COFFEE SHOP — This might just seem like a breakfast place by name, but it’s much more. They serve both breakfast and lunch items, and one of the “local’s favorites” you might want to try is their old school Patty Melt – a hamburger patty with cheddar cheese served on grilled rye bread with hash-browns (make sure to ask for grilled onions). 7545 Girard Ave. 858-454-7381 harryscoffeshop.com DUKE’S LA JOLLA — With one of the most stunning views in San Diego, this restaurant has many options for outside seating; as well as delectable burgers. Absolutely try the Chef’s Cheeseburger that includes a half-pound Angus chuck, brisket, and hanger grind, smoked cheddar, bacon jam, pickled Maui onions, arugula, and a ciabatta bun with fries. 1216 Prospect St. 858-454-5888 dukeslajolla.com POINT LOMA BANZAI BAR — This spot near Pechanga Arena has plenty of burger options. However, one of the burgers to check out is the Brussel Burger, which comes with crispy Brussel sprouts, parm, house sauce, balsamic glaze, and bacon to go with the one-third pound patty. This bar supports the Gulls, Seals, Sockers, and Flight (basically, teams that play in Pechanga Arena) so be prepared to root for the local athletes. 3048 Midway Drive 619-501-5458 banzaibar.com SLATERS 50/50 — The slogan for this restaurant is “Burgers. Bacon. Beer,” so this is a good place to be for National Hamburger Month. One of the burgers that stands out among the rest is the B’B’B’ Bacon Burger, made of 50/50 beef and bacon blend, bacon, bacon American cheese, thick-cut bacon, sunny-side up egg, and bacon island dressing on a brioche bun. Slaters 50/50 even has a big burger statue outside of it, so you can’t miss it. 750 Dewey Road, Ste. 193 619-398-2600 slaters5050.com HARBOR TOWN PUB — This neighborhood pub has an extensive list of burgers to try, but one that you should definitely order is the Steakhouse Burger. In it, is a half-pound beef patty, grilled onions, crispy onions, blue cheese, blue cheese mayo, all served on a brioche bun. The burgers also come with fries. After eating tasty burgers, play some of the old-school arcade games they have in the back. 1125 Rosecrans St.  619-224-1321 harbortownpub.com OCEAN BEACH HODAD’S — This joint has become iconic – and not just because it has been featured by Guy Fieri on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.” Their almost cult-like following is well earned with amazing burgers, a beach-grunge vibe, and craft beers from Hodad’s Brewing Co. The line out the door is there for a reason. For something different, try the Guido Burger, which happens to be inspired by Fieri, who has visited several times. The burger includes Pastrami, ketchup, pickles, Swiss cheese, grilled onions, and spicy brown mustard. 5010 Newport Ave.  619-224-4623 hodadies.com RAGLAN PUBLIC HOUSE — This New Zealand-inspired restaurant has several different burgers to choose from here, but one burger that is a must-try among the many is the Kiwilango Burger. This burger is a 100 percent organic grass-fed beef patty, with sliced jalapeños, bleu cheese, hot sauce, and tortilla chips. Go get a taste of these Kiwi-inspired burgers in San Diego. 1851 Bacon St.  619-794-2304 raglanpublichouse.com ROYALE — If you’re hungry for dinner, or a late-night burger, then Royale is the place for you. During the week, they open at 4 p.m. (10 a.m. on the weekends) and stay open late so that late-night burger craving could be solved by the Royale with Cheese. This burger, inspired by “Pulp Fiction,” is a one-third pound beef patty, with bacon, gruyere cheese, caramelized onion, special sauce, mustard, pickles, and served on a buttermilk bun. 4204 Voltaire St.  619-431-5653 royalesd.com MOTHER’S SALOON — Not only is this a great place to watch sports – especially the Oregon Ducks, seeing as how Mother’s is the team’s official home – but it’s also a great place for burgers. The Big Philly Burger is topped with Philly-style meat, lettuce, tomato, and your choice of cheese along with a side of fries or tots. Sports, burgers and beers are always a good combination, and Mother’s Saloon has plenty of that. 2228 Bacon St. 619-221-8100 motherssaloon.com.
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    It’s official, City’s new scooter regulations to start July 1
    May 14, 2019 | 28685 views | 5 5 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Electric scooter riders head north up the boardwalk near Thomas Avenue in Pacific Beach. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    Electric scooter riders head north up the boardwalk near Thomas Avenue in Pacific Beach. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    On May 14, the City Council unanimously approved the new electric scooter regulations, which will go into effect July 1. The new rules will decrease the allowable speed of electric scooters from 15 to 8 mph on the boardwalk, and to 3 mph in high-traffic areas with the use of geofencing technology. Scooters are to be banned from parking near hospitals, schools, near Petco Park, and on the boardwalk. Electric scooters and bikes are prohibited from riding on city sidewalks. Key components of the regulations include: ·Speed limits: In specific geofenced areas, operators will slow scooters to 8 mph. Three of the geofenced areas are pedestrian-only and operators will slow scooters to 3 mph with a push message notifying riders to leave that area. ·Geofencing will be in effect for beach-area boardwalks, Balboa Park, NTC Park, Mission Bay Park, Petco Park and the pedestrian-only locations, including North/South Embarcadero, MLK Jr. Promenade, and La Piazza della Famiglia. ·Staging: Operators will no longer be able to stage scooters and e-bikes on sidewalks in downtown. The City has identified – and is currently installing – 330 on-street dockless parking corrals throughout downtown where staging is allowed. ·In the beach areas, operators are only permitted to stage in groups of up to four, with 40 feet in between each group. The City will identify corral locations in the beach areas and, once installed, will require their use.The City also will conduct an evaluation of locations throughout San Diego where designated parking corrals would be beneficial and, working with the City Council and communities, install more. ·Rider parking: Operators will prohibit riders from ending a ride in specific geofenced areas, including beach area boardwalks. ·Education: Consistent messages about local and state laws in smartphone applications will be required. As will on-device labeling about age requirements and how riding on the sidewalk is illegal. ·Per device fee: A per device fee of $150 annually will be assessed. A reduction of $15 per device will be offered for operators offering a qualified equity program. ·Equity programs may include discounts, equitable distribution, credit-card free unlock or mobile-device free unlock. ·Data sharing: A variety of data will be shared about ridership, parking, paths of travel and more to assist the City in transportation planning, Climate Action Plan reporting and enforcement. ·Indemnification/insurance: Operators will be required to indemnify the City from liability and to hold a $2 million per occurrence, $4 million aggregate and $4 million umbrella insurance policy. ·Performance bond: Each operator will be required to pay a “Safety Deposit” – $65 for each device in fleet – to be held in the event the company leaves the market without its devices.  The ordinance will charge dockless companies an annual $150 per-device fee. The City noted that should act as a de facto cap on scooter numbers. “If we could do a rewind, I would have banned this entire thing from the city from the start without regulation,” District 2 Councilmember Dr. Jen Campbell said previously. District 1 Councilmember Barbara Bry said she plans to propose an ordinance to ban electric scooters from the boardwalk.
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    George Wrentmore
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    15 Hours Ago
    The final analysis.....HOW MUCH REVENUE CAN THE GOVT SQUEEZE OUT? . I'VE NEVER USED A SCOOTER..DON'T KNOW HOW ! But it seems that taxi's etc would be deprived. Personally..if I knew how to use one of these...I'd sure do it

    BOTTOM LINE...$$$ ! FOR "THE'.. OUR ?? GOVT.

    THE HEAD DIRTBAG IN SACTO NOW !! WANTS TO TAX WATER.

    ...WHAT'S NEXT ...AN AIR TAX ?THE ILLITERATE VOTERS HERE VOTED TO RETAIN THE ALREADY ABUSIVE GAS TAX..for all intents and purposes......that sent a message to Gov Dirt..."the people voting here are 10 degrees South of stupid..you can do ANYTHING YOU CHOOSE"..stick it to them
    SDDTres
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    May 15, 2019
    Will this be enforced? I’m doubtful.

    Riding escooters on the sidewalk and multiple riders on a single escooter are already illegal, yet I’ve never seen law enforcement react to these common occurrences.
    Legal Genius 1965
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    19 Hours Ago
    No, nothing will be enforced. Police have already said they don't have the manpower to enforce the new regulations and that they have been told by their higher ups that ticketing these infractions is very low priority.
    Craig in PB
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    May 14, 2019
    Typical SD City politics - Ready, Shoot, Aim. I think that this is a start - of course, all of the policing seems to be done via the operators via their technology. What recourse are we going to have if they aren't following the speed limits? As a parent to an 8 year old - I would love them being banned on the boardwalk - it is so unsafe with all the joy riders now - we watched 2 kids aged 10 zooming in and around walkers, cyclists, strollers, seniors etc.
    Beteur Dawler
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    May 15, 2019
    Why they would allow motorized devices on something called a board WALK?

    Pacific Beach boxer fights for her place in the 2020 Olympic Games
    by VICTORIA DAVIS
    May 14, 2019 | 1668 views | 1 1 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Danyelle Wolf, Pacific Beach’s three-time national championship fighter, trains for the Olympics.
    Danyelle Wolf, Pacific Beach’s three-time national championship fighter, trains for the Olympics.
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    Danyelle Wolf
    Danyelle Wolf
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    It had been four years since Danyelle Wolf, Pacific Beach’s three-time national championship fighter, had been in a boxing ring. That is, until this past January, when her boxing coach, Basheer Abdullah at Arena MMA gave her some news: Wolf’s weight class had been added to the 2020 Olympics. It was time to get back in the ring. “For so many years when I was just doing boxing, I had to fight to keep my spot on Team USA, but I had the confidence to do it, because I really felt like, ‘This is mine,’” said Wolf. “But after being out of the game for so many years doing martial arts … I just didn’t feel like it was mine anymore.” There were plenty of worries surrounding Wolf aiming for the Olympics — the fact that she only had five weeks to prepare for the Olympic qualifiers and that she was newly recovered from surgery after dislocating an arm and tearing her labrum while training overseas in Thailand. Wolf says choosing to get back in the ring was a “mental battle with myself.” But she took the chance, loving, as she says, “a solid challenge” and ended up winning all three bouts of the U.S. Olympic qualifying event in Las Vegas in March. Despite being almost 10 years older than most of her competitors at 35, and having spent all of the last four years training in martial arts, not boxing, Wolf once again proved the value of a strong and stubborn drive. “I do humbly take credit for talking her back into boxing,” said Abdullah with a laugh. “If I didn’t believe she had an honest shot at making the team, I would not have asked her to come back. I would have let her focus on her MMA career.” “She’s not just a born athlete, she’s extremely intelligent, almost obnoxiously so,” added Carl Gebhardt, Wolf’s MMA coach at San Diego’s Steel Gym. “She has this mix of tenacity and instinct. She’s unapologetically Danielle and she’s not afraid to go out and take what she wants.” Going pro had always been the goal for Wolf, ever since she made the decision in 2009 to live off her savings and “see what I was made of” as an athlete. But, leaving her job as a life coach in Rancho Santa Fe to train for Iron Man races and Triathlons in Pacific Beach, Wolf did not plan on boxing being the source of her success. But then, fate stepped in. “I had just moved to San Diego and everywhere I went people would ask me, ‘So, are you a fighter?’” said Wolf, who was 25 at the time. “I wasn’t sure what they meant at first. I was like, ‘A fighter for what? For Jesus? For cancer?’ Martial arts wasn’t even on my radar.” Though she has played almost every other sport under the sun from basketball to field hockey, Wolf said boxing was “probably the only sport I hadn’t tried yet.” After continuing to be asked “Where do you fight?” by perfect strangers over the following weeks, Wolf said her interest was peaked. “I also was starting to worry about if my nose looked messed up,” said Wolf. “I couldn’t figure out why so many people kept mistaking me for a fighter? But now, years later, I believe those people must have been guardian angles directing me to where I was always supposed to go.” Two years after picking up her first boxing glove, Wolf began fighting with team USA and traveling around the world, competing in South Korea, Guadalajara and Venezuela. Wolf has won ring-side world championships, Jiu Jitsu World League championships, national Golden Gloves and had opportunities to be in ESPN’s 2014 Body Issue and go to the ESPY Awards, walking the red carpet with The Rock. But this multi-dimensional fighter’s biggest opportunity yet comes in December, when Wolf will have to beat out seven other women in the final stage of the U.S. Olympic trials to earn a spot on the national team. “We have a lot of females as young as 6 in this gym who want to be fighters and they really look up to Danyelle,” said Gebhardt. “The competition is going to be steeper in December and then it will obviously be even more challenging in the Olympics. But I know Danyelle, I know her mindset and how hard she’s been working. She has a goal in front of her and I know she’s going to be fine.” “I’m all about perseverance and digging deep to find the highest potential within yourself,” added Wolf. “I want to show women that doors open for you when you give 100 percent. The trick is being ready when it’s time to jump at the chance to walk through them.”
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    Max Epaud
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    May 15, 2019
    Wow. Brains, beauty, and brawn. Danyelle for President.
    Walk, Bike, and Roll in Pacific Beach during National Bike Month
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    May 12, 2019 | 5708 views | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Cora Matchett riding in the bike rodeo led by the SD County Bike Coalition at Kate Sessions Elementary. / Photo by Katie Matchett
    Cora Matchett riding in the bike rodeo led by the SD County Bike Coalition at Kate Sessions Elementary. / Photo by Katie Matchett
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    It was a field day on May 8 for cycling advocates in Pacific Beach and region-wide with everyone getting into the act, even kids, who biked to school in a promotion dubbed Walk, Bike, and Roll. The special day in May was part of National Bike Month, which includes National Bike Day, celebrated nationwide on May 17, and on May 16 in San Diego. “It’s like the holiday season for us,” said Andy Hanshaw, executive director of the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition. “National Bike Month grew from Bike To Work Day and Bike to School Day came as part of bike month. It’s just an organic way for a lot of different organizations concerned with bicycle safety and advocacy that ties everything together.” Bike to Work Day was originated by the League of American Bicyclists in 1956 to increase public interest in biking and promote it as an alternative for commuting to work.  The 29th Annual SANDAG Bike to Work Day May 16 was organized by the SANDAG iCommute program. It offered 100 pit stops where cyclists could stop for tune-ups and to pick up free T-shirts, snacks and receive encouragement. There were a couple of pit stops in Pacific Beach, including one at Pacific Beach Taylor Branch Library. As part of outreach to employers during Bike Month, iCommute offers free bike safety checks, bike safety classes, and guided rides to show groups of employees safe routes to commute to work. For more information visit icommutesd.com. Katie Matchett of PB participated in the May 8 Walk, Bike, and Roll, sponsored for the second year by beautifulPB, a volunteer public nonprofit promoting environmental and economic sustainability. “We had everybody not only bicycling but walking to school, anything besides being driven,” said Matchett. “The idea was to get kids, as well as parents, teachers and staff, excited about alternative travel modes such as bicycling, walking and scootering.” Community volunteers handed out prizes and snacks the morning of May 8 as kids arrived at school, said Matchett, noting, “Later that day some of the schools held special events (bike rodeos at Sessions, a walk safety assembly at St. Paul’s). Barnard also held a bike safety assembly on May 10 with the SD Bike Coalition.” Local businesses donating prizes to the event included PB Bike Garage, Pacific Beach Bikes, Kono’s, Broken Yolk Cafe and Mr. Frostie. “We had lots of donations and prizes from local bike shops and from Mr. Frostie and some local real estate offices,” added Matchett. “Most of the schools did raffles to give away stuff, everything from bikes to push scooters, stuff for kids to excel out there.” Hanshaw said bike to school and bike to work days deliver a “bigger message about promoting active living and safe commuting.” He added promoting active movement while implementing safe streets and infrastructure “encourages more kids to ride bikes to school. It’s about our climate, our future. It’s the quality of life.” Pointing out bicycling is a year-round activity in San Diego, Hanshaw said, “We want to encourage people to bike more often as a means to get around, not just in May.”
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