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    Lime receives reprieve, scooters still operating in San Diego
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    Dec 11, 2019 | 873 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Lime scooters on the boardwalk in Pacific Beach. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    Lime scooters on the boardwalk in Pacific Beach. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    Beach residents were largely astonished by a San Diego hearing officer’s Dec. 3 decision to deny the City of San Diego’s petition to revoke Lime scooter company’s operating permit. The revocation hearing was scheduled after the city claimed Lime violated geofencing rules set forth in City permit guidelines established in July. The city accused Lime of disobeying geofencing rules that limit scooter speeds to 8 mph in areas like beach boardwalks, Balboa Park and Petco Park.  However, City hearing officer Matthew Freeman determined the city's accusations were based on speedometer reading on scooters and found that the city never investigated the accuracy of the speedometers. Freeman's report also said the city failed to establish that its own speed testing of scooters took place within geofenced zones. “Lime is pleased with the decision and we appreciate the hearing officer for recognizing our compliance in San Diego,” said Lime in a released statement. “As San Diego’s longest-serving operator, we value our partnership with the City and look forward to continuing to serve the community." PB business owner Junior Leoso felt the decision sends the wrong message. “Among many of the problems this presents ... It also starts a precedent that the scooters have more power than we're ready to admit,” said Leoso. “Our city should have cited them instantly and often. I think the scooters are a ‘step in the right direction,’ but still, lack the follow-through that'll make them a standard in our beach town.” PB restaurateur Joe Bettles of Konito’s and Kono’s cafes had a different take. “While I would like to see (scooter) regulations enforced, I think the failure of this lawsuit demonstrates that regulation is costly and difficult to enforce,” Bettles said. “If the goal is to keep the volume of scooters at a reasonable level and improve safety, we might be better served by imposing higher taxes. “A higher cost for Lime would lower the number of scooters and the tax revenue collected could go towards infrastructure, which would make riding a scooter or bicycle much safer in PB,” Bettles said. “I sat through two days of the Lime hearing and one thing in particular stuck out to me: Lime's own experts doubt in the effectiveness of geo-fencing,” said Sarah Mattinson, owner of Olive Cafe on Mission Boulevard. “If one of the [City’s] contingencies is for reasonable speed limits and Lime is still perfecting their technology then I think the community would be happy to wait until this is truly an effective method. We have plenty of current videos of every company's failed attempts to control their devices,” Mattinson added. Mission Beach resident Greg Knight noted: “The geo-fencing on the boardwalk does appear to be working now and the scooters on the boardwalk are much more manageable than they were back before the regulations took place. The thing we are seeing now is the company's complete disregard for the City ordinance regarding staging. “It is almost as if the scooter companies are trying to see how much they can get away with. The ordinance states very clearly that only four scooters can be staged together outside a corral and that there must be 40 feet separating clusters of four,” Knight said. “We are seeing five-plus scooters staged together all the time. The scooter companies have also gone back to staging on the open area near the lifeguard station and completely ignoring the rule of four.” “While it is frustrating and the wrong message that Lime prevailed at the hearing, I blame the City,” said Mission Beach resident Gary Wonacott. “The City might argue that Lime got by on a technicality. Yes, but the City failed to prepare adequately by not collecting the data and/or expert information necessary to prevail. “I believe that not having the technical capabilities in-house, or not calling upon expert technical advice, is a systemic problem for the City.” “The entire bike/scooter process has been another example of this city's ‘ready, shoot, aim’ approach to policy,” said PB activist Scott Chipman. “At minimum, we should have had a full community-by-community vetting of these platforms prior to any implementation. City policymakers have not listened to residents and have been an embarrassment on this issue.” “We respect the decision and look forward to adopting enhanced scooter regulations, which have already been presented to committee, that give the City even more tools to enforce public safety laws and keep our streets and sidewalks safe," City spokesperson Scott Robinson said.
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    Bali Hai: 65 years of serving a good time with a great view
    by JILL DIAMOND
    Dec 07, 2019 | 6019 views | 1 1 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The present-day iteration of the Bali Hai Restaurant on Shelter Island. TRUE PHOTOGRAPHY
    The present-day iteration of the Bali Hai Restaurant on Shelter Island. TRUE PHOTOGRAPHY
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    A swimsuit model poses next to Mr. Bali Hai, the large wooden headhunter sculpture that greets guests as they enter the restaurant.
    A swimsuit model poses next to Mr. Bali Hai, the large wooden headhunter sculpture that greets guests as they enter the restaurant.
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    Like a fine wine, some things get better with age. And as cliché as this may sound, it couldn’t be truer than when mentioning a local landmark still standing on Shelter Island: Bali Hai Restaurant. Yes, before it was Bali Hai, it was “Christians Hut,” then “The Hut,” according to Larry Baumann, owner/GM and son-in-law to late founder Tom F. Ham Jr. It’s a somewhat long history, but worth telling. Baumann explained that early on, restaurateur Arthur “Art” Gregg Wellington LaShelle owned the popular Christian's Hut on Balboa in Newport Beach. He based the tropical restaurant on the original Christian's Hut he had opened on Catalina Island in 1934 for the cast and crew of MGM's “Mutiny on the Bounty,” starring Charles Laughton and Clark Gable (as Fletcher Christian). In 1952, Baumann said LaShelle received approval from the Port of San Diego to build another of his tiki restaurants on the newly developed Polynesian-themed Shelter Island. The circular Tahitian “hut-shaped” building was designed by architect Robert Benedict Brout with Raymond Frazier and help from Boyle Engineering. LaShelle's corporation reportedly spent more than $200,000 building the new restaurant, under the direction of Aline Hudson from Hollywood.  “She used hand-hewn, local timber's from San Diego and moved ‘The Goof’ down from the Newport Beach location to decorate the roof. Complete with a two-story birdcage inside the restaurant (where the main bar is located today),” Baumann recalled. Christian's Hut opened in August 1952 but by the next month had dropped “Christian” in favor of simply, The Hut. The corporation spent more money than it took in, Baumann continued. Then, Shelter Island Inc. filed for protection in bankruptcy court, asking for more time to pay some 139 creditors. That’s when Tom F. Ham Jr., a CPA, recommended it as a potential moneymaker to his client William Kirk.  Kirk purchased it only after Tom Ham agreed to operate it. Tom Ham requested and received a stock option because he was moving his family from Los Angeles, Baumann said. In 1954, The Hut was formally re-opened as The Bali Hai.  “The name Tom Ham came up with was while looking out the large bay view windows. Bali Hai translates to both ‘your special island’ (from the musical ‘South Pacific’) and ‘top of the isle,’” he said. “The view today is still truly from the ‘top of the isle.’” Under new management, with some upgrades-thick carpeting throughout, a kitchen upstairs for speedy service and an enlarged topside dining room, they had 400 reservations the first night. To manage Bali Hai, Ham hired Adolph Rempp, a celebrity on his account (inventor of Adolph's Meat Tenderizer), who had managed Christian's Hut in Newport Beach. Also, chef Eyvind Oas (Rincon Springs, Del Mar Racetrack), served prime rib from the “Chinese oven,” steaks, seafood, Polynesian shrimp and chicken curry while head bartender A.D. Allen (Admiral Kidd) lead the beverage program, according to Baumann. Baumann said it took Ham until 1963 to purchase controlling shares from Kirk.  “He hired Polynesian dancers and musicians for nightly floorshows, which became quite popular. Many celebrities danced and partied,” he said. “The Polynesian floor show ran Tuesdays to Sundays, two shows a night for almost 30 years, until the mid-1980s.” More than 65 years and almost 3 million Mai Tai's later, Ham's family – Baumann included –continues to successfully operate the Bali Hai Restaurant, which remains one of the largest and most famous original “Tiki Temples.” Sadly, Ham Jr. passed away quite suddenly in November 1973. His daughter Susie and husband Larry Baumann took over shortly after and now their son Tom Drake Baumann (Tom Ham's grandson) manages Bali Hai. In 2010, the Baumann’s renovated the Bali Hai using the incredible talents of the late architect Graham Downs who was able to understand the Bali Hai is much more than a building too many, many people. He saved the feel, the magic, the “aloha spirit.”  They also signed a 40-year lease with the Port of San Diego. “The Bali Hai is a special place to many people, locals bring their out-of-town guests to show off the city and show them the Mai Tai counter. The family feels blessed to be here and further blessed to be woven in the fabric of so many families' lives,” he said. “Susie and I feel like the Bali Hai is one of our children. A great deal of our success is due to the fact and family is present much of the time,” he said. Hollywood encounters Shortly after Tom Ham took over Bali Hai the Half Moon Inn became a favorite of the Hollywood set that would come for the Del Mar racing season... the Bali Hai benefited greatly from that. A fun story he recalled was a few years back when actress Annette Benning said in an interview that sitting at a window in Bali Hai was one of her favorite things.  And don’t forget the Mai Tais, which span generations ... to date almost 2.6 million served. “Recently a regular lunch customer came in with a young man in tow for happy hour,” Baumann said, “I greeted and said, ‘we don't usually see you this time of the day.’ “She responded: ‘It is my grandson's birthday and I am buying him his first Mai Tai.’ My astounded look brought this response: ‘Oh, it's a tradition in our family.’ My first thought was where else would this happen?” And in October they celebrated the Bali Hai's 65th anniversary with a grand party and the mayor giving a proclamation. “We anticipate many more years of service to San Diego and beyond,” Baumann said. “People come here to have a good time; we just help them!” As for what Tom Ham might think today if he saw his pride and joy: “My feeling is that Tom Ham would be pretty darn pleased with where we are today,” Baumann added. “The building with its  unique timber is irreplaceable.”
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    December 07, 2019
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    The tradition continues – Ocean Beach Christmas tree planted in the sand
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    Dec 03, 2019 | 22514 views | 2 2 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Workers place the star atop the Ocean Beach Christmas tree as onlookers take photos on Tuesday, Dec. 3. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    Workers place the star atop the Ocean Beach Christmas tree as onlookers take photos on Tuesday, Dec. 3. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    Workers place the star atop the Ocean Beach Christmas tree as onlookers take photos on Tuesday, Dec. 3. / Photo by Thomas Melville
    Workers place the star atop the Ocean Beach Christmas tree as onlookers take photos on Tuesday, Dec. 3. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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    It’s entirely appropriate that the grand marshals for the 40th anniversary of the OB Holiday Parade, themed Miracle On Newport Avenue, will be the family that started it all: the James brothers of the James Gang Co. printers. “Actually, it was my late brother, Rich James, who started it,” said Mike James of his family’s business and their historic contribution to the beach community’s annual holiday tree planting and festive parade. “Rich brought the first tree down in 1980 from Mount Shasta, a 70-foot Star pine,” said Mike. “It was his idea to have a giant tree at the beach.” Mike James and his surviving brothers Ron, Greg, and Pat will be marching at the head of a kazoo band on Saturday, Dec. 7 commemorating the very first planting of the tree preceding OB’s first-holiday parade. Mike talked about how Rich got the first parade kick-started. “The night after they put the first tree in the sand, my brothers went from bar to bar in OB handing out kazoos that you hum into and makes noises,” Mike said. “They all marched doing this impromptu parade down the middle of Newport Avenue to celebrate the tree.” There has been a tree, and a parade, ever since in OB. Mike James has also doubled as an announcer for the tree lighting, which starts at 5:05 p.m. on Dec. 7 officially starting the parade. James said entertainment will be furnished by the Ocean Beach Marching Kazoo Band. “Some of the band members are among the original people in the very first parade, as well as our family, friends and former employees,” he said. James said his family is proud to have begun their community’s annual holiday celebration.  “It is something we take great pride in, something that’s continuing,” he said. “We are thankful that the community still volunteers and keeps this tradition alive. This being the 40th year, it is very special — and nice — to be taking part in the parade as well.”  The annual transplantation of the Christmas tree, always offered by an anonymous donor, to the beach near OB pier took place Dec. 3 at 11 a.m. That morning, San Diego Police escorted the truck carrying the tree through the OB community to the foot of Newport Avenue in a special place in the sand that was uncovered and cleaned out for it.  Two days later, on Dec. 5, local schoolchildren will make their annual pilgrimage to the OB Christmas tree to see Santa from 9 a.m. to noon, and to add their own hand-made ornaments to hang on it. “We do have a tree this year that got chosen after being advertised on Facebook and Next Door,” said Grace Quigley, OBTC events chair. She noted such trees “usually are problem trees that are uprooting someone’s sidewalks or needs to be removed for some reason.” Quigley said this year’s selected OB tree is about 40-feet tall. Mike James said the first tree brought down by his late brother in 1980 was “straight, tall and absolutely beautiful.” However, for whatever reason, most trees selected since have been left-leaning – although, this year’s tree seems to be curving to the right.
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    HAYE MUPPY
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    December 07, 2019
    Hello everyone i want to testify of the great and powerful spell caster named Dr Larry who brought back my ex who left me and got engaged to another girl, We where happy together when all of a sudden he just change he used to call me every morning and and night before going to bed but all that stopped when i call him he yell at me and told me he didn't want to have anything to do with me anymore i was so sad and confused i didn't know what to do then i went online to search on how to get back my ex then i found an article where someone was talking about how the great and powerful Dr Larry helped her and she left his email address i took it and contacted him i told him my problem he only smiled and told me to relax everything will be OK i did everything he asked me to do and he assured me that after 24hrs he will be back,To my greatest surprise the next morning it was my boyfriend he came back knelling and begging for me to accept him back now we are so happy together he can also help you contact him assurancesolutionhome@gmail. com WhatsApp 2348102316854
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    December 04, 2019
    Cure d'herpès avec le docteur Ahmed Usman

    Auparavant victime du virus de l'herpès avec de nombreuses épidémies sur mon corps, le docteur Ahmed Usman m'a guéri du virus grâce à son médicament à base de plantes. Je suis tombé sur la plupart des témoignages de ses patients sur des blogs et des pages de médias sociaux, guéris de différentes maladies. Je l'ai contacté avec son adresse e-mail à laquelle il a répondu et m'a posé quelques questions et méthode de préparation pour laquelle j'ai payé, il m'a envoyé le médicament à base de plantes et avec sa prescription, j'ai bu le médicament à base de plantes pendant 21 jours et les épidémies sur mon corps étaient guéri après la conclusion du médicament à base de plantes, je suis passé à l'examen et mon résultat était négatif, sans trace de virus sur mon sang. Vous aussi, vous pouvez être guéri, contactez-le sur son email officiel; drahmedusman5104@gmail.com.

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    Holiday events set to begin in Ocean Beach
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    Dec 02, 2019 | 7009 views | 4 4 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Last year's Christmas tree being installed at the end of Newport Avenue in November. THOMAS MELVILLE / PENINSULA BEACON
    Last year's Christmas tree being installed at the end of Newport Avenue in November. THOMAS MELVILLE / PENINSULA BEACON
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    Ocean Beach has outdone itself preparing for the 2019 year-end holiday. This year, the beach community has pulled out all the stops, doing everything from creating its own craft brew to implementing its annual Christmas parade and toy and food drives, as well as hosting a craft fair, a home-decorating contest and a holiday auction. All of the many Yuletide events are planned and executed by OB Town Council, which also handles the annual Christmas Tree selection, ensuring the chosen tree is transported to, planted in, and decorated on the beach. Christmas tree As quintessentially OB as the summer street fair, the farmers market or the mermaid, the annual transplantation of the Christmas tree to the beach near the pier will be Tuesday, Dec. 3 with the tree arriving at 11 a.m. The tree is always offered by an anonymous donor from within OB. “We do have a tree that just got chosen after being advertised on Facebook and Next Door,” said Grace Quigley, OBTC events chair. “Usually, it’s a problem tree that’s uprooting someone’s sidewalks or needs to be removed for some reason.” On the morning of Dec. 3, San Diego Police will escort the truck carrying the tree through the OB community to the foot of Newport Avenue in a special place in the sand that will be uncovered and cleaned out for it.  Two days later, this year on Dec. 5, local schoolchildren will make their annual pilgrimage to the OB Christmas tree to see Santa from 9 a.m. to noon, and to add their own hand-made ornaments to hang on the tree. Quigley said this year’s selected tree is about 40-feet tall. “The kids will come down from OB Elementary School to decorate it,” she said. This marks the 40th year of the “gifting” of OB’s Christmas tree. It is a tradition that was begun by iconic OB beach business The James Gang printers. “Way back when [OB] had a tree in a planter by the beach growing for two or three years, then it died and somebody set it on fire,” said community activist Claudia Jack. “We then moved the tree to Dusty Rhodes Park. But the tree was taken out during storms there 10 or 12 years ago. Ever since we’ve moved it down to the beach.” The tree’s shining moment will come at 5:05 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7, when its lighting commences the long-awaited OB Christmas parade. The tree remains embedded in the beach until Jan. 2. Community beer collaboration About a dozen brewers from major San Diego breweries got together to create a collaboration holiday beer that will be served around Ocean Beach during December. The beer will be named after the famed holiday Christmas tree that Ocean Beach hosts at the beach that famously leans to the left no matter what. Of the joint brew, Quigley of OBTC said: “It is a collaborative beer that will be named Crooked Tree, and was brewed in November at Pizza Port. It is a red IPA, and it will be ready by Dec. 7 in time for the OB Holiday Parade.” Added Quigley of Crooked Tree beer proceeds, “It was a fundraiser this year to offset the cost of the parade and the toy and food drive.” 40th annual OB Holiday Parade An iconic business, the James Gang Brothers printers, and silk screening, has been chosen to be grand marshal in this year’s parade. “The parade is a tribute to them because they’re the ones who started this whole tradition with the parade and the Christmas tree,” noted Quigley. Quigley said they’re expecting some 112 floats and parade entries this year, for the 1 1/2-hour parade that kicks-off at 5:05 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. The parade runs from Sunset Cliffs Boulevard down Newport Avenue, turning the corner at Abbot Street where entries will be reviewed by judges. Quigley said a special VIP deck section, with seats selling for $88, has been reserved on the Wonderland/Surf Lodge building deck where guests can have the best views and will be served snacks and beverages. “It’s premiere viewing, and the money goes back toward helping to fund the parade,” said Quigley. Jack noted that Vera the mermaid, OB’s de facto mascot who debuted with a float in last year’s parade, will again be part of the parade festivities. Jack hinted Vera has a special “surprise” in store. The OB parade commences immediately following the lighting of the holiday tree. OB Holiday Auction OBTC extends an open invitation to attend the annual OB Holiday Auction, a benefit fundraiser for the OB Food and Toy Drive, at Sunshine Company Saloon on Thursday, Dec. 5 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at 5028 Newport Ave. “Two days before the parade, Sunshine Saloon will have a lot of gift baskets and gift cards donated from a lot of the businesses in town,” said OBTC’s Quigley noting “vintage” holiday T-shirts from past OB events will be among the goodies available at the auction. Town Council fundraising each year at this event allows it to adopt numerous OB families and seniors in need. Don’t miss your chance to bid on and win fantastic prizes from local businesses and sports teams.  The silent auction kicks off at 5:30 p.m. and the live auction gets underway at 6:30 p.m. Those interested in donating an auction item may contact OBTC at info@obtowncouncil.org. Holiday Homes Decoration Contest The best-dressed homes competition is the final event of the OB holiday season. Decorated homes will be judged in various categories including best use of lighting, judge’s choice, best theme and most original decoration. Winners will be recognized and presented with plaques following judging on Sunday, Dec. 15. To qualify, homes must be located in OB’s 92107 ZIP Code. Event chair Mike Akey, an OBTC member, said he usually gets eight or more applications for the contest, mostly after Thanksgiving. He said judges personally check out all of the decorated homes. “We love doing it,” said Akey who started the contest 15 years or more ago.  “It’s good for all the neighborhoods to get involved with the holiday spirit. We’re pleased that people take an interest in it. It’s for the food and toy drive.” Those wishing to participate should call 619-316-3403 or email mikeakey@cox.net. OB HOLIDAY EVENTS - Nov. 30 – Shop Small Business Saturday - Dec. 3 – Christmas tree arrives on the beach 11 a.m. in front of pier - Dec. 5 – Students from OB Elementary decorate the Christmas tree with Santa 9 a.m., OB Holiday Auction at Sunshine Company, 5:30-9 p.m. To donate items, email info@obtowncouncil.org. - Dec. 7, 14, 21 – Craft Fair at Veterans Plaza - Dec. 7 – 40th annual OB Holiday Parade at 5:05 p.m. on Newport Avenue. Lighting of the Christmas tree will start the parade. - Dec. 9-12 – Annual Food and Toy Drive at Masonic Hall, 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd. - Dec. 14 – Annual Food and Toy Drive distribution to families and seniors from Masonic Hall - Dec. 15 – Holiday Homes Decoration Contest. The best dressed 92107 holiday homes will be judged from 6-9 p.m.
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    HAYE MUPPY
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    December 07, 2019
    Hello everyone i want to testify of the great and powerful spell caster named Dr Larry who brought back my ex who left me and got engaged to another girl, We where happy together when all of a sudden he just change he used to call me every morning and and night before going to bed but all that stopped when i call him he yell at me and told me he didn't want to have anything to do with me anymore i was so sad and confused i didn't know what to do then i went online to search on how to get back my ex then i found an article where someone was talking about how the great and powerful Dr Larry helped her and she left his email address i took it and contacted him i told him my problem he only smiled and told me to relax everything will be OK i did everything he asked me to do and he assured me that after 24hrs he will be back,To my greatest surprise the next morning it was my boyfriend he came back knelling and begging for me to accept him back now we are so happy together he can also help you contact him assurancesolutionhome@gmail. com WhatsApp 2348102316854
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    December 06, 2019
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    December 06, 2019
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    Ferdinand William
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    December 05, 2019
    Témoignage de traitement d'herpès

    Auparavant victime du virus de l'herpès avec de nombreuses épidémies sur mon corps, le docteur Ahmed Usman m'a guéri du virus grâce à son médicament à base de plantes. Je suis tombé sur la plupart des témoignages de ses patients sur des blogs et des pages de médias sociaux, guéris de différentes maladies. Je l'ai contacté avec son adresse e-mail à laquelle il a répondu et m'a posé quelques questions et méthode de préparation pour laquelle j'ai payé, il m'a envoyé le médicament à base de plantes et avec sa prescription, j'ai bu le médicament à base de plantes pendant 21 jours et les épidémies sur mon corps étaient guéri après la conclusion du médicament à base de plantes, je suis passé à l'examen et mon résultat était négatif, sans trace de virus sur mon sang. Vous aussi, vous pouvez être guéri, contactez-le sur son email officiel; drahmedusman5104@gmail.com.

    Il a guéri à base de plantes pour,

    diabète, cancer, VIH, fibroïde,

    articulations douloureuses, hépatite,

    maladie cardiaque et maladie du foie.
    Liberty Station ice rink and tree lighting kickoff holiday events
    by DAVE SCHWAB
    Nov 28, 2019 | 7536 views | 3 3 comments | 30 30 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The return of the Nutcracker Tea Party by San Diego Ballet will take place 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Dec. 15 at Building 177.
    The return of the Nutcracker Tea Party by San Diego Ballet will take place 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Dec. 15 at Building 177.
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    From ice rinks to artworks to a big tent show in a Christmas-themed village, Liberty Station has it all this year in its holiday extravaganza. Each year, Liberty Station hosts a full event calendar during Yuletide known as “Salute the Season.” Festivities kicked off with the opening of Rady Children’s Ice Rink in mid-November, leading up to the Liberty Station Tree Lighting and Holiday Festivities on Friday, Nov. 29. Rady Children’s Ice Rink For the fifth year in a row, and more than two decades in the making, Rady Children’s Ice Rink again welcomes 40,000-plus skaters to enjoy a manmade outdoor winter wonderland daily (except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day) from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Tickets, with skate rental and helmets included, is $15 per person, per day for adults, $13 for children and $10 with military identification, or $50 for a punch card offering five skates. Group reservations/school field trips are also available by calling 619-221-1970 or via email at marketing@sdice.com. Rink sponsors this year include San Diego Gulls, NBC 7/Telemundo, Radio Latina, Quick Dry Flood Services, Nordstrom, Sentre, Inc., Cigna, Kitchell, Team Select Home Care, and Barona. “It will really set the scene for a magical holiday season, providing families a great way to have fun and also support patients and families at the Peckham Center,” said Bridgett Brown, Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary president about the ice rink, a fundraiser to support the psychosocial programs and services offered through Rady Children’s Peckham Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Those programs and services include bereavement and supportive care, child life services, social workers, translators, parent liaisons and entertainment. Currently, 75 percent of children treated for cancer will become long-term survivors. Rady helps link those children and their families to services while providing education about healthy lifestyle choices, ensuring the best possible outcome for each child. Tree lighting and holiday festivities Salute the Season’s main event, Liberty Station tree lighting, and festivities take place Nov. 29 in the North Promenade from 4 to 9 p.m. Visitors will enjoy a magical evening with the iconic 88-foot Norfolk pine tree being lit from top to bottom by a Rady Children’s Hospital patient family. There will also be live entertainment, festive firetruck rides and free photos with Santa. Following the lighting, attendees are encouraged to stop by one of Liberty Station’s restaurants. Everyone is then welcome to set up lawn chairs and picnic blankets for an outdoor viewing of “The Grinch” movie, which will be projected onto a sail movie screen.  Friday Night Liberty holiday extravaganza Come for the art, stay for the concert. Arts District Liberty Station invites guests to get (((amplified))) on 5-9 p.m. Dec. 6 with a free concert featuring San Diego- based musician Whitney Shay with opening act, Lauren Leigh, in Bldg. 177. Sip and stroll while you shop for holiday gifts with a creative twist, enjoy lively entertainment and new culinary and creative experiences. Salute the Season at the holiday-themed Local Bazaar Pop-Up Market and enjoy drinks from Amplified Ale Works & Revolt Wine Co. First Friday details are at libertystation.com. Natale - Journey To The North Pole New this year is Natale – Journey To The North Pole, a circus-style big tent show set in a Christmas-themed Holiday Village that runs Nov. 14 - Dec. 6. Created by Spain’s La Fiesta Escénica, and making its U.S. debut in partnership with La Fiesta Shows, Natale features a nostalgic holiday experience with top acrobatic performers and dancing animatronic polar bears. The show also has an array of unique and inspiring surprises. South Promenade with be converted into a “Holiday Village” affording visitors a Polar Experience that will include train rides, a glacier-like climbing wall, and a bounce house, as well as sponsors and numerous vendors selling holiday treats, merchandise, and food. Tickets and information are at lafiestashows.com/natale/. San Diego Ballet Nutcracker Tea Party The return of the second annual Nutcracker Tea Party by San Diego Ballet will take place 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Dec. 15 at Building 177. Tickets are $55. Locals and visitors once again can partake in this family-friendly event featuring a joyous afternoon of narrated performance of the “Nutcracker” by San Diego Ballet.  Enjoy scrumptious treats and hot cocoa along with photo opportunities with Santa, as well as an interactive demonstration by the ballet. Said Laurie Albrecht, director of the Liberty Station CommunityAssociation: “When we brought this event to the community for the first time last year, we knew it would become a beloved tradition. Liberty Station’s Building 177 transforms into a whimsical winter wonderland for attendees of all ages to gather and celebrate the season, while fully engaging in an interactive performance of “The Nutcracker” by the San Diego Ballet, a Liberty Station tenant. Small Business Saturday Get a head start on holiday gifts and begin your search locally during Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30. As one of San Diego’s top destinations, the former Naval Training Center offers a wide range of locally owned stores for shoppers to explore unique gifts in each of its districts. Hanukkah and Menorah Lighting Guests are invited to Liberty Station to celebrate the annual Hanukkah & Menorah lighting at 5 p.m. Dec. 22, the final event of the Salute The Season holiday festivities. In partnership with Chabad of Downtown San Diego and Chabad of Pacific Beach, the event takes place in between The Lot and Rady Children’s Ice Rink. Prepare for a magical night at Liberty Station as guests are welcomed for a family-friendly evening filled with music and other holiday surprises. Following the celebration, visitors may enjoy a night of outdoor ice skating at the Rady Children’s Ice Rink, which will stay open until 10 p.m. For more information, visit artsdistrictlibertystation.com. LIBERTY STATION SALUTE THE SEASON EVENTS - Rady Children’s Ice Rink – Nov. 14 - Jan. 5, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. - Tree lighting and holiday festivities main event – North Promenade, Nov. 29, 4-9 p.m. - Small business Saturday – Nov. 30, all day. - Friday Night Liberty holiday extravaganza – Dec. 6, 5-9 p.m. - Nutcracker Tea Party with San Diego Ballet – Sunday, Dec. 15, 3:30-5:30 p.m. - Natale — Journey to the North Pole – Nov. 14 – Dec. 1. - Hanukkah and Menorah lighting – Sunday, Dec. 22, 5-9 p.m. between The Lot and Rady Children’s Ice Rink.
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