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    Chimpos reunites after 30 years and finally records debut album
    by BART MENDOZA
    May 22, 2019 | 1332 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Chimpos in Ocean Beach.
    Chimpos in Ocean Beach.
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    In the music business the phrase “long awaited debut album,” is practically a cliché. However, in the case of Ocean Beach-based band Chimpos, who took more than 30 years to see their album, “Flung Like A Horse,” come to light, it’s an apt description. Comprised largely of musicians who were part of Point Loma High School’s band scene of the 1980s, Chimpos is a collection of lifelong friends who would gather to make music and have a little fun in between gigs with their own combos. The band is organized by Greg Hildebrand, perhaps best known as owner of Ocean Beach institution, Cow Records. He also wrote the words and music to the Chimpos songs. “It’s not your typical sort of group,” he said with a bit of understatement. The band’s website lists 15 members, though not all are musicians, such as website developer Michael McClure. Point Loma High School and the area has long had a rep for yielding acclaimed musicians and a look at the Chimpos roster confirms that to be true. Notables include bassist Jason Scheff (Chicago), bassist Thomas Yearsley (The Paladins), singer Laura Jane Wilcock (The Tighten Ups) and drummer David Friendly (Was Not Was), alongside guitarist and co-producer Steven Sundell. Chimpos is a true garage band, in both its humble beginnings, as a loose knit group of teenagers aged 14-17, in a parent’s garage, as well as the fact that, though the band is comprised of music scene veterans, they don’t play live. “But we’re going to soon, sort of,” explained Hildebrand. Earlier attempts for the band to play a gig have been scuttled by the band members busy schedules. “After we got the album in hand, I had gone ahead with promotion, I wanted to book a show, so I reached out to everyone. No one contacted me back for four days, so I went ahead and booked it and figured we’d get things together little by little.” Unfortunately, once band members did call back it was to say they were happy to record but weren’t able to do live shows. According to Hildebrand, Friendly came up with the perfect solution. “The plan is to get a bunch of 20-somethings to be Chimpos,” he said good-naturedly. “We wouldn’t make a big deal out of it by calling it ‘The New Chimpos’ or ‘The Young Chimpos,’ but they would do our songs. It would be a real kick to sit back and see that happen.” Plans are tentative for the band to play at the Pont Loma Library’s 60th anniversary event on Sept. 18 (6:30 p.m.). “Flung Like A Horse” was recorded over the course of a year at Chimpo band member Thomas Yearsley’s Thunderbird Analog Recording Studio and released on his label, Lux Records on both CD and vinyl. “It was simply hard to get everyone in the same place at the same time, so it took awhile,” he said. While this is the group’s first album released, it’s not their first recorded. “Actually, it’s our 23rd,” Hildebrand explained. “Over the years, we’ve recorded a lot of albums, but we only made copies for people that played on them and so on. Basically there are between three and 20 copies of each of those.” Future plans include a follow up of sorts to the album, this summer. “It’s actually an audiobook containing seven Chimpos stories,” explained Hildebrand. “New music will depend on whether or not the album sells, but there has been a bit of interest in having us play, so hopefully that will happen.” For his part, Hildebrand is excited about all the new Chimpos activity. “Really, it’s been incredible to have everyone working on this. It’s not like we kept in touch after school, so to have this album out after all these years is really something. All the band members have got their own lives and families now, we’re all busy, so it’s great to be able to take a trip down memory lane like this.” He pauses. “You know, everybody involved has pretty much said the same thing to me about this project. “The songs are fun enough, but it sure is wonderful seeing our old friends.” www.chimposband.com
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    First Fridays to be amplified this summer at Liberty Station
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    May 22, 2019 | 3143 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The launch of the inaugural First Friday quarterly event will be on June 7, starting at 6:30 p.m. It will feature live concerts on the grassy North Promenade, along with a craft beer garden and a pop-up market. 
    The launch of the inaugural First Friday quarterly event will be on June 7, starting at 6:30 p.m. It will feature live concerts on the grassy North Promenade, along with a craft beer garden and a pop-up market. 
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    First Friday amplified will feature New Reveille, a four-piece Americana band from Raleigh, N.C.
    First Friday amplified will feature New Reveille, a four-piece Americana band from Raleigh, N.C.
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    Friday Night Liberty in Liberty Station is “supersizing,” expanding along with a name change to First Friday Arts District, and First Friday Arts District (((amplified))) for quarterly concerts. The launch of the inaugural First Friday quarterly event will be on June 7, starting at 6:30 p.m. It will feature live concerts on the grassy North Promenade, along with a craft beer garden and a pop-up market.  June’s First Friday amplified will feature New Reveille, a four-piece Americana band described as “twangy, truck-driving music that runs on classical gas.” Opening for New Reveille will be Nena Anderson with her  blues-tinged, Americana music, velvet voice and catchy melodies.  NTC Foundation associate director of marketing and communications Andrew Waltz said the Arts District has come a long way. “When we started in 2009, the Arts District had seven completed buildings,” Waltz said. “Ten years later, we’ve grown to 45 renovated buildings filled with more than 145 organizations and businesses including art galleries, artist studios, museums, cafés, a food market and more.” Waltz added the event’s new name, First Friday Arts District, “reflects our new approach to this signature event and puts the focus on the arts, the community and the visitor experience. Now, the First Friday Arts District name says when it is and where it is.” It’s hoped the improved First Fridays event will have broader appeal. “We wanted a different narrative to bring in a different audience, folks coming to enjoy the music as well as the art,” Waltz said. “We hope to keep people on their feet with a whole evening of danceable music. They can walk around and visit all the art galleries. We’ll also have local craft vendors, a pop-up market and a beer garden.” Other attractions: - Pop-up Craft Market: Will offer an eclectic mix of local fashion and handmade gifts with outdoor spaces showcasing a curated selection of vendors, artisans, and creative activities. The vendor mix will include jewelry designers, candle makers, vintage retailers, local boutiques, fashion and art mixed with live demonstrations and mini-workshops.  • San Diego Dance Theater: Celebrates educational and outreach programs with performances by Aging Creatively students and outreach classes. Performances at 5:30 and 6: 30 p.m. at White Box Live Arts, Building 176 – 2590 Truxtun Rd.  • DanzArts Children's Academy takes guests on a journey through Mexico and Spain through dance. Performances at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. near the North Promenade and Barracks 17 Plaza.  • Blue Pearl Art: First Anniversary Celebration: Invites guests to come celebrate their anniversary with flowers. Floral arrangements will be created live and raffled off. All visitors will receive one free entry, plus 20 percent off floral prints and deals on original floral pieces. 5 to 9 p.m. in Barracks 15. - Anneville Jewelry Lab: Stop by for live Japanese metalworking demos at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. - Martha Pace Swift Gallery’s new exhibit features Stacie Birky Greene. - Shop Mingei showcases a special trunk show with master textile artist Sarah Myriam Winston. And San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts Senior Class Art Show.
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    City clears out cave dwellers at Sunset Cliffs
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    May 21, 2019 | 4094 views | 5 5 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The cave dwelling contained cots, bookshelves, backpacks, laundry hamper, cleaning products, a bucket for waste and bottles of urine, countless needles, blow torches, tools and a scooter and two bikes, among other items. / Photo by Jim Grant
    The cave dwelling contained cots, bookshelves, backpacks, laundry hamper, cleaning products, a bucket for waste and bottles of urine, countless needles, blow torches, tools and a scooter and two bikes, among other items. / Photo by Jim Grant
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    Three men were recently forced to evacuate an elaborate, makeshift 20-foot by 10-foot cave dwelling dug from the cliff face near Sunset Cliffs Boulevard and Osprey Street. As revealed on social media, the ramshackle residence contained cots, bookshelves, backpacks, laundry hamper, cleaning products, a bucket for waste and bottles of urine, countless needles, blow torches, tools and a scooter and two bikes, among other items. Concerning the viability of such encampments, Capt. Scott M. Wahl of San Diego Police Department’s Neighborhood Policing Division said: “It is illegal to lodge and/or camp in the beach or park area. We are familiar with this very remote and hard-to-get-to location. We have handled encampments there in the past, and need the public’s help in notifying us when they return. It is an area that is ‘off the beaten path.’ ” Added Wahl: “We are currently in the process of getting that site cleaned up. Our beach enforcement team this summer will check the area routinely.”   “Until a case is brought to our office by law enforcement and specific charges are filed, we can can’t comment on potential penalties,” replied Hilary Nemchik, director of communications for the City Attorney, about prescribed punishment for such illegal habitation. Asked if encampments like this were increasing, Wahl said, “I don’t know that I would say they are more common place. I used to work the beach team back in the early 2000s and we had encampments out in Ladera and along the cliffs back then as well.” Responding to what can be done to prevent such encampments, Wahl said: “It is critical we have good communication with the community. We utilize the Get it Done application to receive complaints regarding encampments. It is the best method to notify us of the situation. We can make sure there is resolution to the problem.” Wahl added police work closely with park rangers and environmental services to make sure trash is disposed of, and that abandoned property is properly abated.
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    Robert Burns
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    This is a variant of what is happening throughout the San Diego River valley, around PetCo Park, and in O.B. (e.g., the O.B. Library homeless center). The legal framework is clear that homeless offenses are all but unenforceable without available shelter (which purposely is not provided). And, the reality is clear that the phenomenon of mental illness, drug addiction, and thieves are the face of the homeless. That the City allows it to fester is a cry out for a conservatorship for the City.
    Anna Talerico
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    May 22, 2019
    Why does the City allow cave living to continue? Cement them solid or collapse them once and for all to stop the nonsense and waste taxpayers money with clean up, police etc.

    The prior comment is right on. These people do not want to join society, work, be productive but instead steal and do drugs. Get them out of our city. Jail and work chain!
    Robert Burns
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    I don't want to see the beautiful cliffs defaced by addict, derelict, nor bureaucrat all of whom are subhuman. It's time to march this scum into Faulconer's face.
    George Wrentmore
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    May 21, 2019
    give them a place to live. Have them work it off working for the city,county, state. In the thirties, we had the WPA, CCC etc.

    The recipients built roads, fire trails etc.

    Maybe..because that was a different human being, that wouldn't work today.

    At the same time, Mexico gave land to the their poor,(ejidos)..The people there were able to live there and farm....again, different people ?? Mexicans though, WILL! WORK TO SURVIVE, THEY'RE INDUSTRIOUS..maybe different world then .Drugs have a major influence..all over the world. Druggies..round'em up, put on ankle bracelets, MAKE them work...no work no eat..if they run.....incarcerate ! Personally , I'm not good with the freebee society.AND THE MILLIONS THAT WORKING !! TAXPAYERS ARE PROVIDING for

    the dregs of today's society
    Robert Burns
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    This National Burger Month — take a bite of the beach’s best and most bodacious burgers
    by DAKOTA CAMPAGNA 
    May 21, 2019 | 1465 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The Guido Burger at Hodad's, which happens to be inspired by Food Network’s Guy Fieri.
    The Guido Burger at Hodad's, which happens to be inspired by Food Network’s Guy Fieri.
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    The Royale with Cheese, 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.
    The Royale with Cheese, 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.
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    The Kiwilango Burger at Raglan is a 100 percent organic grass-fed beef patty, with sliced jalapeños, bleu cheese, hot sauce, and tortilla chips.
    The Kiwilango Burger at Raglan is a 100 percent organic grass-fed beef patty, with sliced jalapeños, bleu cheese, hot sauce, and tortilla chips.
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    Hogs and Heffers Burger at Bare Back Grill.
    Hogs and Heffers Burger at Bare Back Grill.
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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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    The Turkey Burger at The Patio on Lamont Street.
    The Turkey Burger at The Patio on Lamont Street.
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    The Grass Run Farms Beef Burger from George’s at the Cove.
    The Grass Run Farms Beef Burger from George’s at the Cove.
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    The Cali Beach Burger from Beach Burger.
    The Cali Beach Burger from Beach Burger.
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    The Nacho Hangover Burger from Hennessey’s Tavern.
    The Nacho Hangover Burger from Hennessey’s Tavern.
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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 San Diego Community Newspaper Group offers some savory suggestions: 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. 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 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
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    Ocean Beach Pier reopening rescheduled for May 24
    May 20, 2019 | 7279 views | 1 1 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The Ocean Beach Pier has been closed since January. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    The Ocean Beach Pier has been closed since January. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    Mayor Kevin Faulconer is scheduled to reopen the Ocean Beach Pier during a ceremony starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, May 24, weather permitting. “Repairs are on schedule to have the pier opened by Memorial Day,” said City spokesman Alec Phillip. “City crews did the railing, water and sewer work. SDG&E crews did the work on the electric line.” Repairs estimated at a cost of $430,000 by City officials were made to the iconic OB Pier, which has been closed since mid-January when strong winter storms and king tides damaged the structure. City staff determined more than 2,200 feet of guard rail, electric, water and sewer lines needed serious repair or replacement. At more than 1,970 feet, the Ocean Beach Pier is the second longest on the West Coast, and the longest concrete pier in the world. The pier opened in 1966 and more than 500,000 people visit it every year.
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    May 21, 2019
    For more information about the pier visit...

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