By DENNIS McTIGHE
November 21, 2014
Has our winter’s precipitation tone already been set?
Sorry for the brief absence, folks. Had some eye issues in my surgically repaired right eye. I was surfing out at Thalia St last Friday when I milked this little peeler all the way into the shorebreak and did a semi faceplant on the sandbar. Turns out, a grain or two of sand got lodged up in there and the eye got infected so I went to the eye doctor and he fixed it in ten minutes. I have to use antibiotic eye drops for a couple of weeks and that’s it. Whew, that was a close one! Things like that seem to happen in small surf.
The high in Laguna on Thursday was a cool 65 making it the coolest day since early April. Otherwise, Laguna has been four degrees above normal so far this November. We’ve got another round of warm, dry Santanas slated for Sunday through Wednesday when temps could climb to 80 or so for three or four days. Thanksgiving Day will be dry with temps near 70. The normal hi-lo for the date is 70-49.
Ocean temps are running at 65-67 along the OC coast, the warmest this late in the season since 1997, in fact on this date in 1997 the water temp finally sank to below 70 ending an incredible run of 70 plus water that started way back on April 5 of that year. Normal ocean temps for today’s date are 59-61 degrees.
There’s a weak cold front due to pass through here sometime early on Friday but don’t expect anything more than a few sprinkles or a stray light shower. Amounts will be way less than a tenth of an inch, however some generous rainfall amounts were collected north of Point Conception through Northern California.
Mammoth collected another 6-8 inches with a base now of 4 feet so they’re off to a much better start than last season at this time.
Normally our rainy season begins to ramp up with an average of about 2.65 inches in December. Our wettest Decembers have been 11.65 inches in 2010, 11.12 inches in 1940, 9.89 inches in 1997, 8.17 in 2004, and 6.75 in 1971.
For at least the next 7-10 days high pressure will dominate our weather down here with most of the action aiming at Northern California up into the Pacific Northwest so what else is new?
It seems like the tone has already been set, almost like a repeat of last season with the jet stream hitting the upper Northwest then plunging far south east of the Rockies with the Arctic vortex stronger than ever and firmly locked in place. Some locals that have lived near the Great Lakes in Western New York say the snows this week, which totaled up to 90 inches just this week were the heaviest snowfall events by far that they’ve ever seen in 50-60 years and winter is still officially a month away.
It’s looking like it might be even worse than last season when it snowed in Minnesota just before Memorial Day weekend! I’ll bet somebody back there has gotta be packing their gear saying enough is enough! I’m outta here! I wouldn’t last a week in a cold place like Buffalo or Minnesota. I’m all about flops and shorts and being outdoors all the time. I guess it’s about where you’re from.
I’m so glad my folks moved away from the Northeast and discovered Laguna!
I can’t thank you enough, Blue Eyes!
Have a great weekend and I’ll see you (with both eyes) next Tuesday, ALOHA!
Park Avenue Players perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream
By JANE ANDERSEN
Roark Gourley photos
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The LBHS performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a remarkable comedy filled with beauty and color and performed by 50 Laguna Beach students. The audience alternated between laughter and awe as Shakespeare’s story unfolded on the high school stage. The comedy is filled with drama, fantasy, and adventure and is aimed to please all ages.
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Anya Gourley with Jude Young
Don’t miss this spectacular performance! The final shows will be Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday matinee on the 23rd at 2:30 p.m.
Please call the Artists Theatre box office for tickets: 497-7769.
Community Clinic awarded $10,000 matching grant by The John D. Evans Foundation for its HIV/AIDS care
The John D. Evans Foundation has awarded the Laguna Beach Community Clinic a $10,000 matching grant in support of its HIV/AIDS program. Mr. Evans is known for his role as co-founder of C-Span.
The Clinic is the only low-cost provider of HIV/AIDS care in South Orange County, providing over 900 patients visits each year to those infected with the virus.
“These patients not only have a serious health issue but they also struggle financially; with government funding now stripped from this program we face tremendous challenges but remain committed to providing the continuity of life-saving and life-enhancing care our patients have come to rely on,” stated Dr. Tom Bent, COO and Medical Director of the Laguna Beach Community Clinic.
The Clinic’s Dr. Jorgensen and Dr. Ngo are certified through the American Academy of HIV Medicine and their successful treatment programs have garnered national recognition. Treatments that keep viral levels below the detectible limit allow a patient’s immune system to regenerate and helps to prevent transmission of the infection. It’s what makes the Clinic a national leader in the delivery of individualized and comprehensive treatment.
Local artist, James Koch, simply states, “The Clinic saved my life and gave me an opportunity to grow old.”
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Community Clinic board members Susan Neely and Brian Sadler
Two of the Clinic’s board members, Susan Neely, a local realtor and Brian Sadler, Chair of the Laguna’s HIV/AIDS Advisory Committee, have teamed up to make sure the community knows about the Clinic’s important work. Speaking to various organizations, neighbors and community leaders, Neely and Sadler are hopeful that they will not only match but triple the donor response to the grant. “Laguna is a small town with big connections. Because of an on going business relationship with Steven Wozencraft who heads the Foundation, when we got to talking it became clear that our program was a perfect fit to their interests,” said Neely.
Sadler adds, “I’ve lived here a long time and I’m proud to see how this community has rallied to champion this issue. We’ve made a lot of progress but the fight continues.”
To learn more about the Clinic’s HIV/AIDS program, visit www.lbclinic.org.
I Like This Grape: Enjoying the culture of wines
By MAGGI HENRIKSON
Naushad Huda is out in front of wine’s newest and growing body of consumers, the “Millennials”. He’s created a forum to put a fresh spin on the often-stuffy world of wine appreciation.
“What I wanted to do was an on-line magazine with a modern perspective,” he said. “Millennials are the largest buyers of wine, but it’s not being marketed to them.”
So he created an interactive website called “I like this grape” (ilikethisgrape.com). His target audience is that generation following the Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. Millennials are generally the 20-somethings that the marketplace is looking to tap into as major consumers now and in the coming years.
According to The New York Times, young adults in their 20’s are moving to surpass baby boomers as the largest age group, changing the way everything is sold. “There are more 23-year-olds – 47 million of them – than any other age, according to census data from June. The second most populous age group was 24, and third was 22. By 2020 [millennials] will account for one-third of the adult population.”
Naushad sees potential in those numbers to create a community of wine lovers, tied in with contemporary culture. “This isn’t Robert Parker’s wine world anymore,” he says. “Wine culture is driven by millennials and intertwined with art, fashion, music, film and inspiration.”
Melissa Saunders, owner of wine importer Communal Brands noted the importance of this age group to the business of wine, and the culture of oenophiles. “Historically, wine has been marketed to older generations and came with huge pretense. But this generation is blowing all of that out of the water,” she said. “They don’t care about the pretentiousness of a wine, they want something that is authentic and speaks to them. This is a huge marketing opportunity.”
Naushad agrees, and he’s designed his website like an interactive magazine with daily posts on wine and modern wine culture.
“It’s less intimidating to explore new wines,” he says. “You can say, ‘I like this type of grape’, click on it, and we’ll have other sources. The website is an impetus to an experience. It’s shared. More humanistic.”
Additionally there are stories about trends, travel, and music. A couple of the really fun features include a music-and-wine pairing (#vinomusic), and a weekend’s worth of wine experimentation (#vinoweekend). The “vinomusic” pairing Naushad is suggesting now highlights seasonal reasons for comfort and joy.
“What better to pair the quintessential, winter romantic hit ‘Baby it’s Cold Outside’ than with a dark, smoky, ready-for-a-cast-iron steak glass of 2010 Nickel and Nickel Harris Vineyard Merlot?” he comments on this week’s posted recommendation.
Readers can click on Ilikethisgrape’s recommended two wines for the weekend to try out in their section, “vinoweekend”. It’s currently honoring the movie, Sideways, with a house cuvee from the Hitching Post, the Buellton restaurant featured in the movie (2012 Hitching Post “Hometown” Santa Barbara Pinot Noir).
There are links to access purchasing the recommended wines as well as the music. Visitors to the website are invited to share comments and feedback, and to share their experiences on Facebook and Twitter.
Friendship Shelter and Neighborhood Congregational Church hosting Community Thanksgiving on Thursday!
Laguna Beach’s traditional community Thanksgiving feast will be held at Neighborhood Congregational Church (Glenneyre St. at St. Ann’s) on Thursday, November 27. All are welcome to partake in this annual holiday celebration as unique as the community that created it.
Thanksgiving at Neighborhood Congregational Church
“You can’t really describe this day well in words – you have to experience it,” said Dawn Price, Executive Director of Friendship Shelter. “It’s compassionate, quirky and joyous. This is not ‘us and them’ – it’s all of us, sitting together, sharing a meal and the company of friends.”
An estimated 600 – 700 meals are served buffet style, with food and supplies provided by individuals, churches, and community groups. Long buffet tables hold culinary contributions by almost every individual or family who attends, providing a wide variety of Thanksgiving staples. A small army of carvers work to cut up hot turkeys and hams, and volunteers organize the display. Another group of volunteers prepare bag lunches that are given to homeless people and other needy members of our community to take home.
Donations of food – especially prepared and cooked turkeys – are needed. Food donors are encouraged to stay and share the meal. Thanksgiving at Neighborhood Congregational Church begins at noon, with food donations gratefully accepted from 11 a.m., on.
To donate a turkey, contact Mary LaRusso, 949-228-1954.
Local author Sharon McErlane at LB Books Sunday
This Sunday, Nov 23 at 4 p.m., Laguna Beach Books will welcome Sharon McErlane, author of the books A Call to Power: The Grandmothers Speak, and Our Love is Our Power: Working with the Net of Light that Holds the Earth, for a talk, Q&A, and signing. With her will be two women from the Netherlands, part of a large international movement that has sprung up around these books.
Sharon McErlane has been a teacher and a marriage and family therapist for more than three decades, teaching techniques for emotional and spiritual integration to guide people on their life’s path.
In 1996 while walking her dog beside the beach, the Council of the Grandmothers made themselves known to her, explained their mission, and proceeded to change her life. Since then she has passed on the Grandmothers’ Empowerment into the energy of Yin to thousands of people, carrying the Grandmothers’ message and lessons around the world.
At present there are more than 150 Grandmothers’ groups, spreading the Grandmothers’ message in different countries, passing on their empowerment and working with the Net of Light that the Grandmothers say, “will hold the world during these times of radical change that are now upon you.”
The Grandmothers messages and the locations of empowerment groups are posted at http://www.grandmothersspeak.com.
A Call to Power is the story of the author’s encounters with these wise women. It invites women and all readers to take part in the sacred evolution of our planet.
“The present imbalance of energy on Earth has placed all life in danger,” the Grandmothers declare. “It is time to return to balance, and for this, women must lead.”
Our Love Is Our Power chronicles the author’s adventures with the Great Council of the Grandmothers as these wise women teach her how to infuse herself and the planet with the long absent energy of the Feminine Principle. They also demonstrate how to amplify the power of the Net of Light that they say, “is here to hold the earth now while the energies of yin and yang shake, rock and roll back into balance.”
The adventure with the Grandmothers continues…
Laguna Beach Books is an independent bookstore striving to create a community-enriching environment with a superb selection of books for adults and children, exciting author events and readings, and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Laguna Beach Books is owned by Jane Hanauer and is located at The Old Pottery Place at 1200 S. Coast Highway. 494-4779.
Sister Cities garden installed in Heisler Park Monday
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Photos by Jorja Puma
This past Monday, members of the Laguna Beach Garden Club joined forces with the Laguna Beach Beautification Council, Laguna Nursery, and the Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association (all shown above) to install a Sister Cities garden in Heisler Park. The land for this project was unanimously granted in March of 2009 by the Laguna Beach City Council.
The Sister Cities represented in the garden are Menton, France; San Jose del Cabo, Mexico; and St. Ives, England. Each of these gardens has plants representative of those specific cities.
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Sister Cities garden
The Sister City Garden Project is primarily funded by the Laguna Beach Garden Club with a portion of a grant from the Laguna Beach Community Foundation in partnership with the Massen Greene Foundation.
Tarnished Treasures donations needed for Woman’s Club Tarnished Treasures Holiday Luncheon on December 5
The Woman’s Club is excited to announce that they will once again be accepting your “Tarnished” items as a tax deductible donation.
These items will be sold at their Tarnished Treasures Holiday Luncheon on December 5. Any remaining unsold items will be donated to Laguna low income and adopted families at a special holiday party on Saturday, December 6th at the Woman’s Club.
They will also be accepting hotel size toiletry items (such as shampoos, soap, or toothbrushes) to be donated to needy families. Canned and packed food would be greatly appreciated for food baskets.
Drop off locations are: the Woman’s Club, 286 St. Ann’s Drive – (949) 497-1200, Tuesdays 9 – 12 or Thursdays 2 – 5, until Dec. 4 and except Thanksgiving; and Kinsman & Kinsman Office, 32355 S. Coast Hwy – (949) 499-8000, Monday – Friday 9 – 5, until Dec. 3 and except Nov. 21 through Dec. 1.
Unfortunately they cannot accept large items such as sofas, mattresses or furniture, etc. For more information visit www.lbwc.org.
World Cinema Tuesday film series at Susi Q open to all
The Tuesday film series returns with a focus on Going Places beginning November 25 at 12:30. The average class runs a little over two hours.
Register for Ticket #32664 the first day at the front desk of Laguna Beach Community Center, 380 Third St.
The cost is only $20 for an eight-week session. This winter session includes a tribute to the lesser-seen film work of Christopher Plummer.
11/25/14 THE HUNT 2012 Denmark Winner of 38 awards.
12/2/14 THE SAPPHIRES 2012 Australia Winner of 19 awards. Loosely biographical.
12/9/14 MOZART’S SISTER 2010 France An account of Maria Anna Mozart, a musical prodigy five years older than Wolfgang.
1/6/15 MURDER BY DECREE1979 UK Christopher Plummer stars as Sherlock Holmes pursuing the Ripper murders. Won five awards.
1/13/15 ARARAT 2002 Canada W/D Atom Egoyan casts Christopher Plummer as a retiring customs official. Winner of twelve awards.
1/20/15 BEGINNERS 2010 USA W/D Mike Mills based this on his own father. Stars Ewan McGregor. Christopher Plummer won the best supporting actor Oscar.
1/27/15 BARBARA 2012 Germany An East German doctor winds up at a small hospital. Written and directed by Christian Petzold and winner of ten awards.
2/3/15 THE EAST 2013 USA Brit Marling, who co-wrote the screenplay, stars as an undercover operative infiltrating an anarchist group. With Alexander Skarsgard.
Visit Laguna adds Callie Malone as Partnership Manager
From a press release
Callie Malone has joined the staff at Visit Laguna Beach as Partnership Manager, under the leadership of Ashley Johnson, Director of Brand Marketing & Communications, effective Wednesday, Nov. 12. In her new position, Malone will oversee and develop local and national partnerships, as well as foster and maintain all existing partnerships through in-person communication. Malone will also work to continually enhance the partnership benefits package and solicit new partners within the guidelines of the Visit Laguna Beach bylaws.
Malone brings her expertise to the position, having served as Group Sales Digital Manager with the Bloomington, Minnesota Convention & Visitors Bureau, working as a private dining/events coordinator in the hospitality industry and as a sales coordinator for an event center. She graduated from the University of North Dakota with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.
Visit Laguna Beach has been evolving over the past several years in terms of its offerings to its partners and in its marketing outreach on behalf of the lodging establishments, restaurants, retailers, and attractions in Laguna Beach. With growth comes the need for additional revenues in order to support the many programs currently being offered and to fund new initiatives in the months and years ahead to ensure a robust hospitality industry within the City of Laguna Beach.
“The partnership model is one being successfully implemented by many other visitors bureaus across the country, and allows businesses to maximize their return on investment and choose strategic marketing platforms that best meet their goals and objectives,” Ashley Johnson stated.
“With Callie in this newly created position, Visit Laguna Beach can broaden its partnership reach in conjunction with both our local businesses and leisure markets which are invaluable to our city,” said Karyn Philippsen, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Visit Laguna Beach.
“We are excited to welcome Callie to our professional team as we continue to grow the bureau,” Johnson added.
Formed in 1986, Visit Laguna Beach is celebrating 28 years of commitment to Laguna Beach and the tourism industry, with its offices located at 361 Forest Avenue, Suite 200 and the Official Visitors Center at 381 Forest Ave. The Visitors Center is open daily, Monday – Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit www.visitlagunabeach.com. Get social with Visit Laguna Beach on Facebook (LagunaBeachVisitorsBureau), Twitter (@VisitLaguna), Instagram (@VisitLaguna) and Pinterest (VisitLaguna).
63 Athletes Hike for Hunger for Laguna Food Pantry
By BARBARA McMURRAY
63 fitness buffs spent a recent Saturday morning hiking from Aliso Viejo to the Laguna Food Pantry to deliver – on foot – 1,100 lbs. of nonperishable food items.
The 2014 Hike For Hunger was organized by Aliso CrossFit, a fitness center in Aliso Viejo as part of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month. Participants filled backpacks with non-perishable food items – about 20 lbs. per person – and hiked five miles on Aliso & Wood Canyon Wilderness Park trails to the Laguna Food Pantry on Laguna Canyon Road.
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Still smiling after hiking five miles with 20 pounds of non-perishable food!
Pantry volunteers greeted the group with drinking water, snacks, balloons, flowers, and the musical theme from the film “Rocky” blaring. After unloading the food, hikers were given rides back to their starting point by pantry volunteers.
Rick DiCarlo, who with his wife Chelsea owns Aliso CrossFit, noted, “This year’s Hike for Hunger brought out 20 more hikers than last year’s inaugural event. We had such an enthusiastic response, we are considering making it a twice-yearly event.”
The Laguna Food Pantry provides free, fresh, nutritious groceries to low-income households. Every weekday, Laguna Food Pantry distributes 2,500 lbs. of free, fresh groceries to shoppers from area low-income households. Among those households, 20 percent of the consumers of the Pantry food are babies and children. Located at 20652 Laguna Canyon Road north of the Dog Park, the Pantry is open from 8 to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. It is run entirely by volunteers.
New volunteers are always welcome. Phone: 497-7121 www.lagunafoodpantry.org.
Not your Grandfather’s landscape painting – Fred Hope
On Saturday Nov. 22nd, Laguna Canyon Studios will host Fred Hope - The Tidal Zone; an exhibition of contemporary paintings in a series inspired by the Southern California artist’s personal history and the unique natural tideline of the Pacific Coast.
An Artist’s Reception will take place from 4 to 8 p.m., in Studio F of the Laguna Canyon Studios, located in the Laguna Canyon Artists Complex at 3251 Laguna Canyon Road. Light refreshments and free parking will be available.
Resulting from two years of concentrated effort and consisting of more than 50 new paintings, largely in oil; this exhibition displays an evolved version of landscape painting.
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By Fred Hope
As Fred puts it: “Southern California is saturated by a tradition of landscape painting that harkens back to the beginning of the 20th Century, often all but ignoring the emergence of modern art over the last 120 years.
“I strive to bind a contemporary esthetic to a solid painterly approach, with a nod to a few of my key modern influences: Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud and Willem de Kooning. This series subject connects to me personally as well—I grew up playing, diving and surfing in these coves, on these beaches and across these reefs.”
A well-known Southern California artist and educator, with a deep history in the entertainment industry and California’s historical art scene, Fred has been teaching and exhibiting his unique take on modern painting in Southern Orange County since leaving the entertainment design industry in 2000.
Fred was an instructor at the vaunted Art Center College of Design from the 1970’s to the 1990’s, attending that school on a full scholarship prior to that. He also has taught at the Laguna College of Art and Design. He currently teaches his well known Drawing for Painters classes in his Laguna Canyon Atelier.
Recently Fred’s work has been exhibited at the Laguna Art Museum, the City of Brea’s “Made in California” exhibition, The Santa Cruz Art League’s annual “Statewide Landscape Exhibition” and the Huntington Beach Art Center’s invitational exhibition: “Contemporary Traditionalists - A West Coast Perspective”. His work is collected locally, nationally and internationally.
Fred Hope - Tidal Zone is open to the public and most of the works on display will be available for purchase.
This exhibition will also be open to the public Sunday, Nov. 23rd, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Dec 6th, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Zur Schmiede’s election opens a seat on the Planning Commission for a term to June 30, 2016 – apply now
On June 30, 2016, the term of Planning Commissioner Robert Zur Schmiede will expire. Zur Schmiede will begin his term on the City Council on Dec. 2 and his seat on the Planning Commission will be vacant.
The City Council is currently accepting applications for the Planning Commission (1 seat), to complete the two-year term of Planning Commissioner Zur Schmiede through June 30, 2016. The term for the newly appointed Planning Commissioner will begin on Jan. 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016.
The Planning Commission is a five-member body appointed by the City Council for the purpose of reviewing and advising the Council on items related to the development and modification of land uses within the City limits. As such, the Commission reviews and recommends action on the development and amendment of the general plan, zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations and special projects related to land use planning.
Planning Commissioners serve a two-year term and are compensated in the amount of $324 per month. The regular meetings of the Commission are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. Study sessions may be held as part of the regular meeting or at other specified times. A substantial time commitment averaging 4-6 hours a week is necessary to be a Planning Commissioner. Meetings may be four or more hours long and require a great deal of preparation time. In addition to these regular meetings, Commissioners are expected to visit sites and review project proposals prior to the meeting, as well as attend special project workshops. It is desirable to have or be able to acquire certain skills or aptitudes, such as the ability to understand zoning regulations and their effect on allowed land uses. Experience in land use planning, architecture, engineering, and/or real estate would be an asset.
Laguna Beach residents who are interested in this position, are required to submit an application which is available at the City Clerk’s office or on the City’s web site at www.lagunabeachcity.net. Applications must be filed with the City Clerk by 5 p.m., Tuesday Dec. 9. All applicants will be interviewed by the City Council at their regular meeting of Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 505 Forest Ave.
Police Beat Primer
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Information in the police department log is deemed reliable and StuNewsLaguna is not responsible for mistakes made available as public record by the Laguna Beach Police Department.
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Any person arrested is innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
Abbreviations sometimes used in Police Beat
647f – Public Intoxication; DUI – Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; NFA – No fixed address; RP – Reporting/Responsible Party; UTL – Unable to locate
Police Beat 112114
Thalia Street | 200 Block | Wednesday, November 19 | 2:04 a.m.
Nicole Marie Laseur, 36, Santa Ana
Tuesday, November 18
N. Coast Hwy | 900 Block | Theft
10:18 a.m. A woman reported that someone had entered her room in a motel and taken her purse. No details on the loss.
Ocean Avenue | 200 Block | Vandalism
9:45 a.m. A patio was trashed overnight.
Monday, November 17
Coast Hwy | 30800 Block | Burglary, vehicle
5:01 p.m. Montage security reported that a $600 iPad had been taken from a locked vehicle.
Main Beach | Drunk in Public
4:55 p.m. Two callers reported a disturbance. Kenneth Glover, 46, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.
Sunday, November 16
Broadway | 200 Block | Shoplifting
6:34 p.m. A male suspect grabbed a beer and ran from the store.
N. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Theft
3:09 p.m. An employee of Pavilions locked his bicycle at a bike rack outside of the store at 12:30 p.m. He looked outside closer to 3 o’clock and saw that the rear wheel was missing. He looked closer and saw that someone had removed the wheel and taken the gears. The rest of the bike remained securely locked on the rack.
N. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Defrauding an Innkeeper
2:08 p.m. A customer skipped out owing for a three-night stay. Loss $220.
Broadway Bus Depot | Drunk in Public
10:01 a.m. Luis Bustamante, 58, no fixed address, was arrested for being drunk in public.