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  • 1. INSIDE SCOOP COMMENTARY HOROSCOPE ENTERTAINMENT OFFERING A FINE BOUNTY PAGE 3 MAMA KNOWS HOW TO ROLL PAGE 4 IN THE STARS PAGE 11 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 Visit us online at Volume 7 Issue 360 Santa Monica Daily Press IS IT YELLOW OR MIMOSA? Since 2001: A news odyssey SEE PAGE 10 THE PONDERING CHANGES ISSUE Services set SMMUSD officials to for Monday ask council BY DAILY PRESS STAFF for money CITY HALL A public memorial service will be held on Monday, Jan. 12 at St. Monica Catholic Church for Councilman and for- mer Mayor Herb Katz, who died Wednesday after a long battle with cancer. He was 78. BY MELODY HANATANI Following the memorial, a graveside bur- ial service will be held at Woodlawn Daily Press Staff Writer Cemetery in the Pico Neighborhood. CITY HALL More than 18 months after the City The family has requested that in lieu of flowers donations be made in his memory to Council decided to withhold half a million either the John Wayne Cancer Institute at dollars from the district over troubles in its 2200 Santa Monica Blvd., or the USC/Norris special education program, school officials Comprehensive Cancer Center in Los plan to return Tuesday to request the release of Angeles. Any flowers sent in addition should the money. be at the church prior to 9:30 a.m. on the day Interim Superintendent Tim Cuneo sent a of the service, city officials said. letter earlier this week to Mayor Ken Genser The Santa Monica fire and police depart- outlining the steps the Santa Monica-Malibu ments color guards will be present. Unified School District has taken since the To accommodate the funeral and proces- council voted in June 2007 to keep approxi- sion, parking will be restricted from 8 a.m. to mately $530,000 in school aid, stipulating the noon in the 1000-1100 block of Seventh money would remain put until a series of con- Street, 1000-1100 block of Lincoln Boulevard, ditions are met, including imposing a morato- 600-800 block of California, 1400 block of rium on confidentiality agreements in special Michigan, and on 14th Street from Olympic education contracts. to Pico boulevards. Guests arriving at St. The money is part of approximately $7 mil- Monica’s will be directed where to park via lion in city funding that the district receives signs and by police department personnel. annually through its joint-use agreement in From St. Monica, the processional route which the SMMUSD allows public use of will head west on California to Seventh Street, school facilities in exchange for added revenue. south on Seventh to Wilshire, west on Wilshire The half-million dollars represents the increase to Ocean, south on Ocean to Colorado, east on that the district was set to receive when City Colorado to Main, south on Main to Olympic Hall and the SMMUSD renegotiated the terms Drive, east on Olympic to 11th, (passing by of the contract in 2007. both City Hall and the Public Safety Building) The figure that could be released has south on 11th to Michigan, east on Michigan increased since that fateful council meeting in to 14th, south on 14th to the cemetery ‘07 to $804,470, which includes half of the SHE HAS GAME entrance. Upon arrival, guests will be directed amount — approximately $274,000 — that is to parking by police department personnel. budgeted for the district in the current fiscal Morgan Genser For more information, contact City Hall year. Santa Monica College forward Chantel Diaz (right) gets off a shot against a tough Los at (310) 458-8301. Cuneo said he feels it is the right time to Angeles Valley College defense during the Corsair's 63-55 home victory Wednesday. With the win, SMC is now 1-0 during Western State Conference Southern Division play. SEE DISTRICT PAGE 5 Study claims SoCal water polluters not cited BY KEVIN HERRERA for the last eight years by failing to create nearly 900 instances in which samples Water Quality Control Board only imposed precise enforcement standards to hold pol- proved harmful to aquatic species, the effects penalties in about 1 percent of those cases. Editor in Chief luters accountable. being stunted growth, impaired develop- Water board chairwoman Fran Diamond DOWNTOWN Environmental watchdog Heal In a report released Thursday, Heal the ment, reduced reproduction or increased says it’s hard to act because the state doesn’t the Bay claims state regulators have let toxic Bay looked at discharge from 42 industrial mortality. SEE POLLUTION PAGE 8 pollutants foul Los Angeles County waters and sewage treatment plants and found The report says the Los Angeles Regional Gary Limjap Five generations BACK or of family jewelers UNFILED TAXES? (310) 586-0339 ALL FORMS • ALL TYPES • ALL STATES In today’s real estate climate ... Experience counts! SAMUEL B. MOSES, CPA (310) 395-9922 Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm 331 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica 100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1800Santa Monica 90401 2 Hours Free Parking (Behind Store) 310.451.1349 •
  • 2. Calendar A newspaper with issues 2 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 Hoop it up Santa Monica High School Gym 601 Pico Blvd., 7:30 p.m. Catch the Samohi boys basketball team take on Palos Verdes Peninsula in varsity action. Gazing at stars Santa Monica College 1900 Pico Blvd., 7 p.m. quot;Mars Exploration Update,quot; on two Fridays, Jan. 9 and 23, will look at how our overall picture of Mars has evolved with incredible speed, due to the flood of information coming to Earth from three landing missions and three orbiters. We will also preview upcoming missions for the Red Planet. Tickets are $5 each or $9 for the quot;double bill,quot; with discounts for children and sen- ior citizens. For information, call (310) 434-4223 or (310) 434-3000. Time for zydeco Harvelle’s 1432 Fourth St., 9:30 p.m. THE Gino Matteo brings his zydeco, funk, roots and soul sound to this local main- stay. Cover is $10. These moms rock Talking Stick 1411 Lincoln Blvd. #C, Venice, 7 p.m. This musical showcase features a bevy of moms that can really rock. Rockin’ Moms features The Conlons, Jan Roper, Stacy Robin, Eileen Carey and Arlene Kole. This free show is open to all ages. For more information, call (310) 450- 6052. Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009 SANTA MONICA SALE Lively literature Fairview Branch Library 2101 Ocean Park Blvd., 11 a.m. — 12:30 p.m. Join a lively discussion of “The Call of the Wild” by Jack London, the classic adventure tale set in the frigid Yukon. Call (310) 450-0443 for more informa- tion. Balance & posture Santa Monica YMCA 1332 Sixth St., 11 a.m. — 12:15 p.m. Attend a workshop that involves a unique exploration of movement, focusing on the feeling of how parts of your body relate to each other as well as to your environment. Live with more power, grace, and vitality than you imag- STARTS FRIDAY JANUARY 9TH ined possible, all while using less effort. Admission and parking are free, pic- ture ID is required. Call (310) 393-2721 ext. 129 for reservations and informa- tion. 50% OFF The longer, the better 11301 Wilshire Blvd., West L.A., 11 a.m. — 3 p.m. Calling men of all ages! Cultivate and preserve your life through Tantrika practices at this event. Extend your life through effective use of your body and mind to preserve youth and stamina. Yes, young men, that means you too. Visit or e-mail for more information. ‘Works for Everyone’ TAG Gallery 2903 Santa Monica Blvd., 5 p.m. — 8 p.m. TAG Gallery will be kicking off 2009 with a group show. The show will cele- brate the diversity and talent of over 40 artists. E-mail theartistgaller@veri- for more information. For more information on any of the events listed, log on to and click the “Events” tab for the given day’s calendar. 420 & 500 BROADWAY SANTA MONICA MON-SAT 10-7 SUN 12-6
  • 3. Inside Scoop Visit us online at 3 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 Business offers rewards to locate buyers and sellers BY MELODY HANATANI Daily Press Staff Writer DOWNTOWN Bounty hunting goes beyond finding fugitives these days. Finding an authentic Mexican restaurant in town or locating a buyer for a set of vin- tage folding chairs could be accomplished by simply posting a reward. That’s the message Santa Monica resident Camille Landau is spreading through her new online business,, where clients can save on the time spent searching for buyers and sellers by offering incentives to have someone else do the work. The site, which launched in November of last year, allows customers to post notices on what they are specifically seeking, whether it be a set of drums or a buyer for a house, pro- viding a reward to the first person who can MOVING TIME successfully accomplish the task. The busi- ness earns a 20 percent commission — based Fabian Lewkowicz on the price of the reward — for completed Pacific Park’s maintenance crew takes down Robert Wyland's environmental mural, ‘Years of the Ocean,' on Wednesday. Wyland (born in referrals. 1956 in Detroit) is an artist best known for painting large, outdoor murals of whales and other oceanic life. The idea for the business came to the 40- year-old mother of two sons in September 2006 when she was days from giving birth to Ex-eBay executive Former movie studio head Tanen dies at 77 her first child and was juggling numerous different tasks at once, including finding a seeks to reclaim buyer for a convertible, a nanny and office THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he was involved in “American Graffiti,” a space for a start-up business. name in cyberspace low-budget movie by then-unknown “I had naturally e-mailed friends and SANTA MONICA Ned Tanen, a former director George Lucas. asked them to e-mail their friends,” she said. Universal Pictures and Paramount chair- He was president of Universal from “I wished I could offer a reward to help this BY JULIET WILLIAMS man who green-lighted a string of hits, 1976 to 1982, a tenure marked by Oscar- go faster.” including “Top Gun” and “E.T.: The winning successes such as “Coal Miner’s A total of 125 referral requests have been Associated Press Writer Extra-Terrestrial,” has died. He was 77. Daughter,” “E.T.” and “On Golden Pond.” posted on the Web site since its launch, but SACRAMENTO She’s regarded as an Internet Tanen died Monday at his Santa He quit at the height of his success, only four have been successfully closed. The pioneer, credited with helping turn a Web Monica home, his friend Alisa Covington telling the Wall Street Journal he was tired completed tasks include a request to find a site used for trading Beanie Babies into a said. of playing the “Hollywood game” and Twister rug and suggestions for a Sri Lankan multibillion-dollar company with 15,000 “He taught me about integrity, that it wanted to concentrate on the creative side restaurant in Los Angeles. employees. was never about the flavor of the month, of movies. Tanen went independent. He The rewards range in price from $5 — the But Meg Whitman, the former chief exec- that it was always about the talent,” for- was producer or executive producer for minimum — to $100,000 to find a buyer for utive of eBay, has been unable to control her mer Paramount Motion Picture Group three movies that portrayed the angst of two properties in Hawaii. The rewards aver- own name online. What began as an irritant head Sherry Lansing said. “And he had a white youth in the 1980s: “Sixteen age around $40, Landau said. has evolved into a distracting legal spat as she wicked sense of humor.” Candles” and “The Breakfast Club” by Linda Harris, a professor at the University explores a run for California governor. Tanen’s entertainment career began director John Hughes and Joel of Hawaii and Brigham Young University A Santa Monica man has registered at with MCA in 1954. He became a talent Schumacher’s “St. Elmo’s Fire.” Hawaii, posted the $100,000 reward on the least five Internet domains with Whitman’s agent, packaged television shows and then The young actors in those movies site about three weeks ago to broaden the name, prompting her to sue him in federal founded MCA’s Uni Records, which included Rob Lowe and Emilio Estevez. market for a buyer for the ocean-front home court in an attempt to get them back before helped launch stars such as Neil Diamond, “He launched so many people’s and 38 acres of land. Harris, who is selling her anticipated 2010 campaign. Elton John and Olivia Newton-John. careers,” Schumacher said. “He believed the properties because she is retiring, has In the 1970s he moved to MCA’s in you, and he would put his money SEE DOMAIN NAMES PAGE 7 SEE REWARD PAGE 7 movie division, Universal Pictures, where where his mouth was.” Since 1967 Quality & Value Always! 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  • 4. OpinionCommentary A newspaper with issues 4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 PUBLISHER LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Laughing Matters Ross Furukawa Send comments to Jack Neworth Send comments to EDITOR IN CHIEF More cooperation needed Kevin Herrera Editor: Thank you for mentioning the hard work of my crew MANAGING EDITOR and I in your editorial about maintaining the Downtown Daniel Archuleta alleys (“It’s time to lay out the welcome mat,” page 4, Jan 8.). However the editorial had some important omissions. STAFF WRITER First of all, some corporate responsibility is essen- Melody Hanatani tial in contributing to a customer-friendly environment in the alleys. The city, the private sector and the STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Bayside District need to work together in a partner- Brandon Wise ship. It is obvious to any aware observer that the rear private property areas of many businesses and proper- Morgan Genser ty owners are poorly maintained if at all and many toxic materials are stored there, contributing to the odors, trash and toxic spills. CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Another problem is that the restaurants are using Bill Bauer, David Pisarra, improper disposal bags with larger amounts of trash Meredith Carroll, Kenny Mack, than these bags can sustain. Therefore when their Jack Neworth, Lloyd Garver, Taylor Van Arsdale, employees attempt to dump them the bags split open Dane Robert Swanson, Ryan Hyatt, and are being left where they drop. We have posted Steve Breen, Elizabeth Brown, Merv signs in English and Spanish in the bin areas with little Hecht, Ron Scott Smith success. My staff and I, in addition to cleaning, have Mike Heayn, Brian Hepp outreached to the managers of Downtown businesses Mariel Howsepian, Cynthia Citron, to work together to improve the process. We have like- Amanda Cushman, Steve Parker and wise assisted many businesses to clean better, cheaper Phyllis Chavez and more efficient with an introduction to our environ- mental program. CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Traffic control needs better attention as well. Fabian Lewkowicz Yesterday was the Farmers’ Market day and the grid- NEWS INTERNS lock was there for all to see. Taxi drivers dump the Catherine Cain, Saba Hamedy, Rob trash out of their cars into the alleys on a regular basis Fabian Lewkowicz Lawrence, Teddy Lashnick SHE ROCKS! Liz Bevington, also known as ‘Skateboard Mama,’ during one of her rides near the and much credit goes to Elaine Polachek, the deputy city manager, for working on the solution to this prob- boardwalk. Bevington is 84 and skates, bike rides or rollerblades at least once a day. lem. Your recent article of this was indeed excellent. PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNS Look at her go Under the Community Maintenance Department, Raymond Solano, Rachel Dardashti many older models of cleaning machines are being replaced, and with enough staff these and other Downtown alleys are receiving greater attention than ADVERTISING SALES MANAGER Rob Schwenker ever before. The Bayside District has always been and will continue to be the finest coordinator among all the parties to work together for the best results. ADVERTISING ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Eddie Greenberg A FEW WEEKS AGO I WROTE ABOUT old to be saying “off the line,” but then again, Julie Martinez seniors in Santa Monica who seem to have almost nothing Liz does is what you’d expect. Promenade Maintenance Supervisor discovered the fountain of youth. I did a lit- In the morning, Liz loads up the Mini Robert Hertel tle journalistic research and there does, in with her various equipment: inline skates, Israel pounds Gaza fact, appear to be such a fountain. This one skateboard, her sail and sometimes her Editor: isn’t in St. Augustine, Fla. but rather at Big mountain bike. Once at the boardwalk, for ADVERTISING TRAFFIC FACILITATOR Dean’s Bar on the boardwalk, just south of two hours or more, Liz skateboards, wind- After Israel voluntarily left the Gaza Strip in the Amber Kessee the Santa Monica Pier. At the risk of sound- sails, bike rides or blades (or some combina- hopes of peace, the Palestinians elected Hamas as ing like Norm from “Cheers,” the elixir that tion) for miles upon miles. I know from per- their leaders. Hamas is a terrorist organization whose OPERATIONS MANAGER flows from this fountain is beer. Only it’s not sonal experience that you want to give her a charter calls for the destruction of Israel. Since being Connie Sommerville from a fountain from which this magical wide berth because, like in the Mini Cooper, elected, Hamas has terrorized Israelis with cross-bor- fluid flows, but rather a spigot. Liz knows only one speed, fast. der raids, suicide bombers and indiscriminate PRODUCTION MANAGER In all the years I’ve lived in Santa Monica, Liz ends her day at Big Dean’s where she rocket/mortar fire on Israeli civilians, including 80 mis- Robert Summa I’ve never stopped at Big Deans. As I walk by, has two beers to “get her buzz on.” Again, siles in a single day (6,500 to date). Severe action however, I’ve always noticed everyone looks hearing her use this term, I just about spit against Hamas has long been coming. like they’re having a good time. Maybe even out my beer. She asked if I was all right. I can The Palestinians brought their poverty and despair CIRCULATION too good of a time. only say Liz is the other side of unbelievable. upon themselves. They chose not to develop their Keith Wyatt Osvaldo Paganini Big Dean’s is the quintessential beach dive She gave birth to her son at age 44 and took country economically, preferring armed aggression bar. The crowd is eclectic, and because up skateboarding at 52 and wanted to take against Israel. With 70 percent unemployment, they tourists are drawn there, the beer and burg- lessons. It turned out Liz was a natural. rely on the United Nations (U.S. tax dollars) and others ers are world famous. The list of celebrity From just hanging out with Liz, I can for handouts. A newspaper with issues customers of Big Dean’s over the years safely say her energy, spirit and athletic Hamas chose to build their security centers and includes, among others, Cher, Linda prowess, defies logic. An 80-year-old any- other military needs in heavily-populated areas, know- 410 Broadway, Suite B Ronstadt, Cary Grant, Jerry Brown and cur- thing shouldn’t be this fit. And, trust me, Liz Santa Monica, CA 90401 ing civilians would be killed in reprisal raids by Israel. OFFICE (310) 458-PRESS (7737) rently, an 84-year-old German woman shows zero signs of slowing down. Their strategy is to gain worldwide sympathy with civil- FAX (310) 576-9913 named Liz Bevington, also known as One of Liz’s best friends at Big Dean’s is ian deaths, unfortunately many fall for their ploy, espe- Visit us online at “Skateboard Mama.” Ebba Rosenblad, who is a mere babe in the cially the Middle East, who rally their masses and call Weather permitting, Liz comes down to woods at 77. But whippersnapper Ebba has for the destruction of Israel. Fred Alexander the beach almost daily from her condo near won 18 Senior Olympics Gold Medals in gym- Bundy. She drives a bright red 2004 Mini- nastics. The gal pals have their two beers and Santa Monica Cooper that is festooned with giant white life is good. Guess what? I’m thinking about The Santa Monica Daily Press lettering, “Skateboard Mama.” The car was joining the club. I may not be able to skate- WRITE A LETTER is published six days a week, Monday through Saturday. an 80th birthday present from her son in board for hours or do a routine on the paral- Texas. Frankly, I don’t know too many 84 lel bars, but I can drink two beers. I think. 19,000 daily circulation, 46,450 daily readership. Circulation is audited TO THE EDITOR year olds who could sit in the tiny Mini- If you want to see Liz in action go to and verified by Circulation Verification Council, 2006. Serving the City of Cooper much less drive it. YouTube and type “Skateboard Mama.” Santa Monica, and the communities of Venice Beach, Brentwood, West LA. Did I say drive? That sounds like the little However, I have one suggestion — you Members of CNPA, AFCP, CVC, EMAIL TO: EDITOR@SMDP.COM OR FAX TO (310) 576-9913 old lady from Pasadena. Liz is a bit more lead- might want to take a nap first. Associated Press, IFPA, Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce. footed. She brags that her Mini is the fastest Published by Newlon Rouge, LLC car “off the line,” at which point I almost spit Visit us online at JACK can be reached at out my beer. One doesn’t expect an 84-year- © 2006 Newlon Rouge, LLC, all rights reserved. OPINIONS EXPRESSED are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect those of the Santa Monica Daily Press staff. Guest editorials from residents are encouraged, as are letters to the editor. Letters will be published on a space-available basis. It is our intention to publish all letters we receive, except those that are libelous or are unsigned. Preference will be given to those that are e-mailed to All letters must include the author’s name and telephone number for purposes of verification. Letters also may be mailed to our offices located at 410 Broadway, Suite B, Santa Monica, 90401, or faxed to (310) 576-9913. All letters and guest editorials are subject to editing for space and content.
  • 5. Local Visit us online at 5 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 Superintendent’s letter to mayor met with criticism FROM DISTRICT PAGE 1 Hamilton, who has a child in special educa- tion, recommended to the superintendent that request the money, citing that all of the he may want to ask the council for continued requirements imposed by the council, includ- oversight, adding there is opportunity to ing conducting an independent review of the include that in the contract renegotiations special education program, have been fulfilled. with City Hall this year for the joint-use agree- “I think we’ve met them and have gone ment. above and beyond what they had asked for,” He added that some parents were also con- Cuneo said. cerned that while the letter lists a number of The upcoming presentation has been met actions, there are still ongoing problems with with some doubts from parents who believe it the culture and that change hasn’t yet fully may be too early to ask for the money, arguing happened. that while some changes have been made to Hamilton said he believes the money improve the special education program, one of should be released. the biggest issues — feelings of discomfort and “I would hope that the City Council con- fear during contract negotiations over the stu- tinues to be closely connected to what is going dent’s individualized education plan — has on in the district and that they consider that as not been resolved. the district enters into negotiation on the Cuneo, who took over as the interim head remainder of the money,” Hamilton said. of the district during the summer, stressed that The superintendent’s letter lists steps taken there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. including moving supervision of the program “There are some community members that to Chief Academic Officer Sally Chou, the feel like their interests haven’t been met,” he publication of the parent handbook, and the said. “We will continue to improve in this dis- formation of a parent network in which each trict and this process will never stop as far as school will have at least one person to provide I’m concerned.” support and resources to the special education The issue of releasing the money has not community. been discussed in depth since former Cuneo said that he didn’t include one Superintendent Dianne Talarico appeared important aspect of the district’s efforts to before the council in April of last year, ulti- change the program — staff development — mately asking that the half million remain but plans to address it at the meeting. in the possession of City Hall because she He said that staff development — which is Are You Ready? felt there was still work to be done. During crucial to changing the climate and culture of that same meeting several members of the the program — is taking place. community testified that they were coerced “It is going to take a while to make that hap- into signing a confidentiality agreement pen,” he said. after the board in 2007 imposed a moratori- School Board President Ralph Mechur said Hypnotherapy can help you turn um on clauses that remained in effect unless he understands the concerns of parents and they were specifically requested by the par- the district has been working hard to under- on the no-smoking sign for good ent. stand the issues and address them in a produc- Genser said the council will need to evalu- tive fashion. (310) 235-2883 ate the request against the conditions that were “The district is committed to seeing this John McGrail, C.Ht. imposed more than a year and a half ago. through,” he said. Hypnotherapists are not licensed by the state of California as healing arts practitioners; for your benefit and protection, work on some issues may require a written referral from a licensed physician or mental health professional. “That should be the basis of the decision,” The council meeting in 2007 set into he said. motion a number of actions, including the hir- The interim superintendent on Tuesday ing of Lou Barber & Associates, who conduct- GERMAN CAR SERVICE attended a meeting of the Santa Monica- ed the independent review of the program. Malibu Council of PTAs Special Education The release of the report last spring spoke of Specialist in Repair of Porsche VW Audi BMW Committee, asking for its support. The letter some positive aspects of the program, but did was met with a mixed reaction. confirm that there was a number of problems Best alternative to high dealer prices The committee ultimately decided not to that needed to be addressed. I take a vote on the letter. “It highlighted a long frustrating problem Complete service and repair I “There’s fear I believe in the special educa- at the district with respect to the way special I 6 month or 6000 mile guarantee tion community that without some measure education was handled and with the way spe- I Locally owned and operated since 1965 of oversight, which is what all of this is predi- cial education families were treated,” Genser cated on, the release of the funds doesn’t guar- said in reference to the council’s action. “It’s antee that further changes that are needed will very clear that out of this the district has heard 2202 OLYMPIC BLVD., SANTA MONICA (310) 829-2563 happen,” said Craig Hamilton, a member of loudly and clearly the community as a whole, the committee.“It becomes one of those things including the City Council, that this was inap- where at what level of faith do you take the propriate and needed to be corrected.” RECYCLE NOW! word of the superintendent and district to fol- low through on those things.” WE PAY THE BEST RATES! What’s next? Every year, Santa Monica sees a fair share of big stories. Last year’s top issues included changes in the school district, trees (of course) and the battle over the airport. Aluminum Plastic Glass Bi-Metal Newspaper So this week’s Q-Line question asks: CardboardWhite/Color/Computer Paper Copper & Brass What issues taking shape around town do you think will grab headlines in 2009? Santa Monica Recycling Center CLOVERFIELD MICHIGAN Call (310) 285-8106 before Friday at 5 p.m. and 24TH X we’ll print your answers in the weekend edition 2411 Delaware Avenue in Santa Monica of the Daily Press. Please limit responses to a DELAWARE AVE. minute or less. (310) 453-9677 10 WEST
  • 6. Local A newspaper with issues 6 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 CRIME WATCH BY DAILY PRESS STAFF Vice busts prostitute, pimp Crime Watch is a weekly series culled from reports provided by the Santa Monica Police Department. These are arrests only. All parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. SATURDAY, JAN. 3, AT 8:15 P.M., Vice officers conducting a prostitution sting placed a woman under arrest for allegedly offering to have sex with an undercover officer for $100. While questioning the woman, officers noticed a man walking around the hotel property. Officers made contact with the man and later determined he brought the woman to the hotel. The woman was booked for prostitution, while the man was booked for assisting in prostitution. The woman was identified as Sheila Lynn Trautman, 22, from Chula Vista. Her bail was set at $2,000. The man was identified as Raymond Sixto Tojos, 21, from Lemon Grove. His bail was set at $500. MONDAY, DEC. 29, AT 6:30 P.M., Officers responded to the 1400 block of Third Street Promenade — Guess — regarding a report of a theft in progress. When officers arrived, they made contact with store secu- rity who said they saw a woman place a bottle of cologne and two pairs of pants in her CITY OF SANTA MONICA purse and a plastic bag and exited the store, failing to pay for the items. Once outside the store, security confronted the woman and placed her under citizen’s arrest. Officers NOTICE INVITING REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS accepted the arrest and later booked the suspect for petty theft. She was identified as Juana Camero Valle, 36, of Los Angeles. Her bail was set at $1,000. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Santa Monica invites sealed Request for Proposals (RFP) for: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, AT 1:40 P.M., RFP: Dark Fiber Expansion Program Officers working a DUI checkpoint in the 2600 block of Main Street stopped a vehicle that had the odor of marijuana emitting from the inside. Officers conducted a field sobri- ety test on the driver and determined he was under the influence of a controlled sub- The City of Santa Monica is seeking qualified companies to submit detailed 3 stance. He was placed under arrest. The passenger was searched and officers found him proposals regarding the expansion of the City’s fiber optic network. Through leasing dark fiber, the City wishes to enable local businesses to obtain additional to be in possession of marijuana. He was arrested for possession. Both suspects were connectivity options. The City’s objective may involve a distribution of bandwidth cited and released. The driver was identified as Taylor Andrew Clinton, 18, from Riverside. obtained and transported via the dark fiber lease to our local businesses. This RFP The passenger was identified as Kyle Everette Sweet, 18, from Moreno Valley. is solely requesting proposals which provide dark fiber leasing. No requests for services known as “lit” services, bandwidth services, and related services are THURSDAY, JAN. 1, AT 5:05 P.M., encompassed in this RFP. A copy of the RFP can be downloaded at Officers responded to the 1500 block of 10th Street — Allied Waterproofing Systems — regarding a report of embezzlement. When officers arrived, they made contact with the business owner who said his office manager was writing checks to herself and purchas- Please submit five (5) signed copies of your entire proposal and one (1) electronic 3 ing personal items with the company credit card. The owner said he recently discovered copy in Microsoft Word format or Adobe PDF format to the City of Santa Monica’s the embezzlement started in March 2008 and that the estimated loss was $138,000. Information Systems Department, Attn: Mr. Gary Carter, at 1685 Main Street, Room Officers went to the office manager’s home in Los Angeles and placed her under arrest 110, Santa Monica, CA 90401 by 5:00 PM on January 23, 2009. for embezzlement and forgery. She was identified as Maricela Ponce, 29, of Los Angeles. Her bail was set at $20,000. For further information, please contact Mr. Carter at (310) 434-2612 or FRIDAY, JAN. 2, AT 2:20 P.M., An officer at the corner of 10th and Grant streets encountered a woman and during their conversation she said she was in possession of two crack pipes and a small quantity of NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING crack cocaine. The officer also discovered the woman had two outstanding warrants. She BEFORE THE SANTA MONICA PLANNING COMMISSION was booked for possession of a controlled substance, paraphernalia and for the warrants. She was identified as Chevonne Victoria Reed, 41, from Santa Monica. No bail was set. SUBJECT: Public hearings will be held by the Planning Commission on the following: FRIDAY, JAN. 2, AT 1:30 P.M., The Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing to discuss general policy mat- An officer on patrol in the 1600 block of Lincoln Boulevard made contact with a suspect ters and issues pertaining to the City’s ongoing effort to prepare new Land Use and to see if he was drinking alcohol in public. While talking with the suspect, the officer con- Circulation Elements of the City’s General Plan. This will include input, discussion, and ducted a computer check and learned the suspect was a parolee at large and a sex possible action on policies, process, materials, timeline, participation strategies and offender who had not registered with the police department in four months. He was related issues pertaining to the Land Use and Circulation Elements of the General Plans. arrested and later booked for violation of parole and failing to register. He was identified Regular policy discussion meetings are scheduled on the first Wednesday of each month. as Roderick Allen Daniels, 57, a transient. No bail was set. Discussion topics are set in advance of the meeting are available at City Hall and online at SUNDAY, JAN. 4, AT 2:07 A.M., Officers responded to the 200 block of Bicknell Avenue regarding a report of a suspi- cious person loitering at an apartment complex. When officers arrived, they made con- When: Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at 7:00 pm tact with the reporting party who said the suspect followed him into the secured apart- ment complex. The suspect appeared to not know anyone in the complex and refused to Where: Council Chambers, City Hall leave, police said. Officers placed the suspect under arrest for wandering on private 1685 Main Street, Santa Monica, California property. He was identified as William Roland Deal, 47, a transient. His bail was set at $5,000. HOW TO COMMENT The City of Santa Monica encourages public comment. You may comment at the MONDAY, DEC. 29, AT 9:40 P.M., Planning Commission public hearing, or by writing a letter or e-mail. Information Officers responded to the 1400 block of Ocean Avenue at the Ocean View Hotel after received prior to the hearing will be given to the Planning Commission at the meeting. receiving a report of a burglary in progress. When officers arrived, they made contact with the alleged victim who said he returned to his hotel room with his family to find an MORE INFORMATION unknown man inside of his room. The suspect was in possession of the victim’s backpack. If you want additional information about this project or wish to review the project, please contact Sarah Lejeune, AICP, Principal Planner or Bruce Leach, Special Projects The victim detained the suspect until police arrived. He was later booked for burglary Administrator (310) 458-8341. The Zoning Ordinance is available at the Planning and violation of parole. The suspect was identified as Akeem Maurice Jones, 26, a tran- Counter during business hours or available on the City’s web site at www.santa- sient. No bail was set. The meeting facility is wheelchair accessible. If you have any disability- related accommodation request, please contact (310) 458-8341, or TYY Number: Editor in Chief KEVIN HERRERA compiled these reports. (310) 458-8696 at least five (5) business days prior to the meeting. Santa Monica “Big Blue” Bus Lines #1, #2, #3, and #8 serve City Hall. Pursuant to California Government DO YOU HAVE COMMUNITY NEWS? Code Section 65009(b), if this matter is subsequently challenged in Court, the chal- lenge may be limited to only those issues raised at the Public Hearing described in this Submit news releases to or by fax at (310) 576-9913 notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City of Santa Monica at, or prior to, the Public Hearing. 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  • 7. Local Visit us online at 7 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 Woman offers $100,000 to find buyer for house FROM REWARD PAGE 3 and children. She is also looking for buyers for her cus- also hired realtors. tom-made dog sweaters and asking for extra “Asking for bounty hunters who are on yarn to use on blankets that she is crocheting contingency, which means they don’t get for premature babies and battered women. the reward until they deliver a buyer, allows Pyne-Hapke has received a number of the network to grow geometrically,” Harris responses to her requests, but none have said. “We find the bounty hunter not only panned out. themselves are using their network, but “For the custom dog sweaters, I’ve had 11 also asking other people to use their net- responses, but not everyone who is referred work.” is quiet reachable,” she said. About two people have responded to Landau said she thinks the site will be Harris’ request. successful because people in current times Nancy Pyne-Hapke, who lives in Valley are looking for financial shortcuts. Glen, which is located in the San Fernando “It’s freeing up their transactions because Valley, recently posted four rewards, asking time is money,” she said. for a co-writer and illustrator for a book she is putting together on brain development Whitman lost arbitration before property association FROM DOMAIN NAMES PAGE 3 that helps companies and people protect their name online. Tom Hall beat Whitman’s legal and polit- Hall, 50, said he might have given the ical experts to the Web sites megwhitman- domains to Whitman for free if she had,, asked., and meg- Henry Gomez, a spokesman for He registered them in Whitman, said her attorneys initially con- January and March 2008, after news stories tacted Hall “to try to work something out,” reported her as a potential candidate for the but he never responded to e-mail or tele- Republican nomination. phone messages. More recently, Hall registered seven “Mr. Hall does not return our calls, so we Whitman-related campaign committee have not had an opportunity to talk to him,” names with the California Secretary of Gomez said. “We don’t understand what Mr. State’s office. Hall’s approach is. But if he is open to a dis- Attorneys for Whitman lost an arbitra- cussion, we’d be happy to talk to him.” tion hearing before the World Intellectual Whitman, 52, made a fortune as head of Property Association, which ruled in eBay from 1998 until early last year, when December that Whitman’s name is not she left the company to test her affinity for famous enough to prove she has her own politics, first as finance chairwoman for Mitt unique brand. Romney and then as a national co-chair of Whitman sued Hall in U.S. District Court John McCain’s presidential campaign. in San Jose on Dec. 31, alleging he is violat- Her lawsuit claims Hall is a professional ing federal anti-cybersquatting laws. She also cybersquatter who has registered dozens of claims his actions violate the California domain names related to famous people or Political Cyberfraud Abatement Act, which institutions. He’s even registered at least is intended to protect would-be political three in case Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s candidates from similar tactics. wife, Maria Shriver, a Democrat, decides to Hall, a Democrat who described himself run for governor in 2010. as a paid political writer and media consult- Hall acknowledged he owns more than ant, said he registered the domain names for 1,000 domain names but said he mostly reg- less than $10 apiece. isters them for fun, as a sort of Internet col- “All along, I had no idea what I was going lector. He said he makes very little money to do with these,” he said. “I just thought it from them and cannot afford to hire an was kind of funny.” attorney. He said Whitman never called him to ask Hall also registered the names of seven for the Web sites or even offer him money. committees with the California Secretary of Instead, he said her Washington, D.C.-based State’s office, allowing him to legally run a attorneys wrote him a letter calling him a political campaign and accept donations. He cybersquatter and threatening to sue him for hopes his campaign — either an opposition as much as $100,000 if he didn’t turn them campaign or a parody, he hasn’t decided — over. will prevent Whitman’s attorneys from He noted that he bought the domain harassing him. names after news articles in which Whitman “I hope she fails miserably in her race for speculated about her own political future. governor, and if this is how she treats people “You would think she’d be smart enough — hiring law firms outside of the state of to buy the domain before she tells everyone California and then running for governor — she’s thinking about running for governor,” it’s insane,” Hall said. he said. The body that oversees California’s cam- Instead, the former Silicon Valley CEO is paign finance regulations, the Fair Political likely spending anywhere from $50,000 to Practices Commission, is concerned about $200,000 in her legal quest to gain control of Hall’s committee registrations. Executive the Whitman Web sites, said Frederick Director Roman Porter said the committee Felman, chief marketing officer of is investigating whether he violated any MarkMonitor, a San Francisco-based firm campaign finance laws.
  • 8. Local A newspaper with issues 8 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 Alexandra Bissonnette RISKY BUSINESS: In a report released Thursday, Heal the Bay looked at discharge from 42 indus- trial and sewage treatment plants and found nearly 900 instances in which samples proved harmful to water quality. Santa Monica Bay is home to some of the worst pollution in the state. State officials to adopt new standards this year FROM POLLUTION PAGE 1 Dischargers rarely pursue follow-up sam- pling and evaluation, according to Heal the have limits for chronic toxicity. Heal the Bay Bay. Gold said the study demonstrates that blames the State Water Resources Control the regional board has not made identifying Board’s alleged lax regulatory environment, or abating the sources of toxicity a priority, which has “tied the hands” of Los Angeles Gold said. INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING IN THE ONLY LOCAL DAILY PAPER IN SANTA MONICA? County officials. “Although Heal the Bay only examined “The state water board broke its promise the records for the Los Angeles region, we Call us at (310) 458-7737 to develop a toxicity policy by 2004,” said believe that the local situation is just the tip Mark Gold, president of Heal the Bay. “As a of the iceberg on the magnitude of the toxi- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING result, the Los Angeles Regional Water Board city problem in California,” said Charlotte has been constrained from keeping toxic Stevenson, a Heal the Bay staff scientist who SANTA MONICA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY effluent from reaching local waters to the served as the study’s lead author. “The vague CONSIDERATION OF A SHORT-TERM LEASE WITH THE detriment of aquatic organisms.” guidance from the state board has allowed CITY OF SANTA MONICA FOR PROPERTY Under state law, dischargers that release toxicity to be present for years without any- wastewater must receive permits from the one being held truly accountable, and the LOCATED AT 1700 MAIN STREET regional water board, which sets and consequences can likely be seen in rivers and enforces limitations based on national stan- streams throughout the state.” NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 at 6:45 p.m., in the Council dards of allowable concentrations of pollu- Jonathan Bishop of the state water board Chambers of Santa Monica City Hall, at 1685 Main Street, Santa Monica, California, the tants. Permit holders are required to test for said his agency plans to adopt new standards Redevelopment Agency (RDA) will hold a public hearing concerning a proposed short-term these toxic substances in their discharge on a this year. lease between the RDA and City of Santa Monica to facilitate an interim use on a portion of regular basis and measure the pollutants’ “We share Heal the Bay’s concern for RDA owned property located at 1700 Main Street. The short-term lease will allow the City to combined effects on living test organisms. water quality. That is one of the main rea- utilize approximately 2.5 acres of RDA owned land to accommodate a cultural event that will As part of its Los Angeles Basin Plan, the sons the water boards exist,” said Judie generate revenue to support the design and planning of Palisades Garden Walk. This hearing regional board sets specific objectives for Panneton, a research analyst with the state will be conducted pursuant to Redevelopment Law (Section 33431) of the Health and Safety toxicity. According to the plan, all waters water board. Code, State of California. “shall be maintained free of toxic substances “However, Heal the Bay’s new report in concentrations that are toxic to, or that offers a shopping cart of unrelated accusa- Any interested persons wishing to provide comments may do so by providing oral and/or writ- produce detrimental physiological responses tions,” she added. “Some have validity, but ten comments on or before January 20, 2009 at the Santa Monica Redevelopment Agency in human, plant, animal or aquatic life.” the more incendiary ones are alarmist and office located at 1901 Main Street, Suite D, Santa Monica, California, 90405, between the Because that requirement is also a com- false … our existing limits for specific toxins hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or during the public hearing at 6:45 p.m., on January 27, 2009 in the City of Santa Monica City Council Chambers, 1685 Main ponent of the federal Clean Water Act, toxic in the ocean, bay and surf-zone waters are Street, Santa Monica, California. For more information please contact the Redevelopment discharges are illegal under both state and clear and protective of both human and Agency at (310) 458-2232. federal law. aquatic health.” Despite these self-adopted regulatory The delay in developing new standards The meeting facility is wheelchair accessible. For disability-related accommodations, please guidelines and the clear authority to enforce relating to the conditions within the outflow contact (310) 458-2232 or (310) 458-8696 TTY at least 72 hours in advance. All written them, the state board has failed to uphold its pipe (when aquatic organisms are not pres- materials are available in alternate format upon request. Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Lines duty to set numeric limits for toxicity and ent) was due to the complexity of having the numbered 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10 serve City Hall. Pursuant to California Government Code force dischargers to adhere to them, Gold said. proposed standards reviewed by scientists. Section 65009(b), if this matter is subsequently challenged in Court, the challenge may be Instead, state officials have allowed pol- California is the first state in the nation to limited to only those issues raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written luters to operate what is essentially a volun- undertake such standards for toxic pollu- correspondence delivered to the City of Santa Monica, at, or prior to, the public hearing. tary compliance program. In the vast major- tants, Panneton said. ity of cases, when dischargers report toxicity “The complexities have delayed develop- REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF SANTA MONICA in their wastewater their findings are merely ing standards, not delayed protecting the trigger for additional sampling and study health,” she said. Publication Dates: January 9, 2009 rather than cause for immediate violation January 16, 2009 and penalty, according to Heal the Bay.
  • 9. Visit us online at 9 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 NEWDVDRELEASES BY RANDY WILLIAMS ‘Wedding Crashers’ (Blu-ray) This champagne edition of the bubbly comedy starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as prowling bachelors contains both the theatrical and uncorked versions. The uncorked presentation includes a longer performance in hi-def and both offer star and director commentaries, a music video, a making-of element and theatrical trailers. (New Line/Warner Bros) ‘The Pistol’ Special Edition Here is an engaging picture about the true story of “Pistol” Pete Maravich, one of the legendary college basketball players of all-time. In a picture about following one’s dreams, with the strong support of his parents, a skinny, undersized kid hones some incredible playmaking skills that both astounds and infuriates some of his high school teammates and coach. Creating a brand of “showtime” that was way ahead of his time, young Pistol epitomizes what parental encouragement, dedication, and belief can do in shaping a young person. Trivia, bloopers, commentary, and a making-of video are included. (Well Go USA) ‘George Carlin: It’s Bad For Ya’ The comedian’s Emmy-nominated, 14th and final special for HBO, scores again. Carlin’s irreverent and unapologetic observations make you laugh and think as he rails on subjects ranging from religion, big business, spoiled children to death. A special fea- ture includes an appearance in 1969 on “The Jackie Gleason Show.” “I think it is the duty of the comedian to find out where the line is drawn and CROSS it deliberately!” — Carlin. (MPI) ‘Johnny Winter: Live Through the ‘70s’ Some of the best material from the mad guitar slinger is on full display here. Just like a Texas tornado, Winter unfurls a tremendous force as a legendary bluesman. From Warner Bros various shows in Europe and back over to Detroit and Chicago, Winter immerses the ‘I Am Legend’ Ultimate crowd in such raw energy to tunes like “Be Careful of the Fool,” Mississippi Blues,” “Stone County” and “Rock and Roll Hootchie Koo.” (MVD) ‘24: Redemption’ Collector’s Edition This two-hour special event is an exclusive first look at the seventh season of this popular drama on Fox. Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) must stop a ruthless warlord form drafting innocent children into a murderous militia while dealing with his own dark past that will alter his life. The two-disc set includes a feature on child soldiers in Will Smith stars as scientist Robert Neville, the sole survivor in New York City, Africa, commentaries, a making-of segment, and both a broadcast version and extend- who continues to struggle valiantly to find a cure years after a plague kills most of ed version of this story. (Fox) humanity and transforms the rest into monsters. Bonus materials include: an exclu- ‘The Munsters’ The Complete Series sive 44-page concept sketch book, 10 concept illustrations, six art cards showing international cities devastated by the Plague Virus, four animated comics, a lentic- All 70 episodes from the popular mid-1960s television comedy about the misadven- ular lucite commemorative piece featuring imagery from the film, letter from the tures of this first family of fright arrives on DVD. The friendly monsters — Frankenstein director, commentary by director Francis Lawrence and screenwriter-producer father (Fred Gwynne), a wife and granddad vampire (Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis) and Akiva Goldsman, deleted scenes, alternate version of the film with a controversial werewolf son (Butch Patrick) among others — never quite grasp the reasons why people ending, “Creating I Am Legend” mini-documentary gallery, “Cautionary Tale: The have a strange reaction to them. A spooky basement’s worth of bonus features include Science of I Am Legend,” four animated comics, two live-action shorts directed by character profiles with the show’s place in television history, a look at the extensive Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith rehearsal footage of alternate ending, pre-visualiza- make-up work, the unaired pilot episode and two feature-length movies, “Munster, Go tions of key special effects sequences, visual effects segment, and a digital copy of Home” and “The Munsters’ Revenge.” (Universal) the theatrical version. (Warner Bros) RANDY WILLIAMS can be reached at BOOKREVIEW BY DANE ROBERT SWANSON ‘The Al Jazeera Effect’ Philip Seib • Potomac Books, Inc. because it is intrinsically democratic and can There are more news networks out there menace. It is a stateless state, a virtual entity time an instrument of peace, reshaping the foster populist participation.” than just CNN. Technology is having a great that has enhanced its power by being able to world as well as making our traditional bor- Author Seib points out, “With about 70 effect on how news is presented to the world. organize and maneuver within cyberspace in ders irrelevant. “Satellite television channels percent of Iranians under age 30 and an 80 This is especially true when it comes to the ways that profoundly affect traditional, continue to proliferate and their impact on Arab world. That is the thesis of this book. earthbound political processes.” politics and society generally continues to percent literacy rate, interest in blogging is In China the Web is both a blessing and a This book looks at the technology and the grow. As the satellites these channels use high, as is interest in social and cultural mat- curse. It seems places like China can’t control bloggers in the Middle East. It seems that whirl through space, the Al Jazeera effect is ters rather than standard political fare.” it so they censor some of what is coming out. they are able to shape global politics. also receiving a boost from the tools of For more information about this phenom- This doesn’t seem to stop cell phone users “From a handful of stations a few years cyberspace.” The Arab nations, because of enon you can go online and use any search from getting around the blockage. ago, more than 450 Arab satellite channels the Al Jazeera effect, are seeing that it is no engine to gather information. This book is Another thing is that the current problem are now on the air and most are privately longer necessary to rely on Western news must reading for those who like their knowl- we have controlling terror may be partly owned.” It is Al Jazeera that is quickly organizations for information about impor- edge of current affairs tweaked. because of the technology we have at our becoming our current paradigm of the new tant events. “Al Jazeera has established disposal “Thousands were killed on 9/11, but media’s influence. Ten years ago we would itself as the go-to information resource in Stay informed. Pick up a book and read. Sure, school millions were terrified by the images the talk about “the CNN effect” which is the the- much of the Middle East. Walk into the cafes assignments may have dashed your love for good media delivered to them.” It is easy for ter- ory that gripping visual storytelling was influ- from Morocco to Kuwait and you’ll see that books, but you are no longer in school. And these rorists to keep in touch by cyberspace. encing foreign policy throughout the world. the television in the corner is turned to Al books I review may not show up on your required There seems to be no need for them to be in Now “the Al Jazeera effect” takes it a very Jazeera.” reading list. Find me at the same place at the same time. significant step further. The media has It must be obvious to us that “the for comments. I remain the best looking book “Al Qaeda exemplifies the new global become a tool of conflict and at the same Internet can generate political pressure reviewer in the city of Santa Monica.
  • 10. A newspaper with issues 10 FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2009 West Dressed Mariel Howsepian Send comments to Feeling yellow? QUICK TIP THE COLOR OF 2009 IS YELLOW. NOT just any yellow — Mimosa: A sweet, ■ With this year’s ‘It’color yellow, what are those bubbly yellow that will tickle your nose and pair nicely with a frittata. Last of us who are not springs to do? Just because you year’s color was Blue Iris, a purply- shouldn’t wear yellow close to your face doesn’t blue, and the year before it was Chili mean that you can’t work the color into your Pepper, a deep red, so it only makes wardrobe with accessories. sense to finish off the primary colors with yellow. I don’t make the rules. If I did, I Eiseman says, “I think it’s just the most most definitely would not have picked wonderful symbolic color of the future. yellow. I look flat out wretched in yel- It’s invariably connected to warmth, low. I would go so far as to say that sunshine and cheer — all the good most people look wretched in yellow, things we’re in dire need of right now.” because most people are winters. Yellow is also the color of urine. It’s the SURF CONDITIONS WATER TEMP: 56° Yellow only flatters springs. color that convicts condemned for heresy SWELL FORECAST ( 3-5 FT ) For those unfamiliar with color had to wear when they were burned at NW swell should diminish as we see another similar swell start to build. This should keep west facing analysis, or color seasons, here is a the stake during the Spanish Inquisition. breaks in waist to chest high surf. LONG RANGE SYNOPSIS quick explanation. Everyone, depending A study in color psychology concluded on his or her skin tone, hair, and eye that babies cry more in a room painted SATURDAY 10TH NW (WHEN THE THIS NEXT-IN-LINE SHOULD KEEP WEST FACING BREAKS IN AT LEAST CHEST+ SURF TIDAL CONDITIONS ARE PRIME). color, fits into one of the four seasons. yellow, and in Egypt and Burma, yellow is TIDE FORECAST TODAY SANTA MONICA FOR IN Winters are usually brunettes with the color of mourning. During the Middle dark eyes; they look best in black, Ages, an actor wore yellow to show the white, red, and navy, and worst in pas- audience his character was dead. tels. Springs have peachy skin with In “All About Colour,” Janice Lindsay straw colored or strawberry blond hair, writes, “Many of nature’s yellow pig- and blue or green eyes; in addition to ments are highly toxic.” being able to wear yellow, springs can But, yes, yellow is also the color of wear peach, camel, and caramel. daffodils, buttercups, friendship, and Summers have pale pink skin, blond Post-It notes. To Native Americans, yel- or brown hair, and blue, green, or low is the color of love and overcoming amber eyes; summers look best in soft challenges. (Yellow Post-It note to self: blue, lavender, plum, and brownish Overcoming challenges is the definition rose, and worst in orange. Finally, of love.) autumns have red or brown hair, golden Yellow is the color of rubber duckies. undertones to their complexion, and In the West, calling someone yellow golden brown eyes; autumns look beau- means that you’re calling him a coward, tiful in browns, beige, and orange, and but in Japan during the 14th century’s should steer clear of blues. War of Dynasty, warriors wore a yellow But 2009 is the year of yellow. chrysanthemum as a pledge of Pantone says so. According to the com- courage. pany’s Web site, Pantone has been “the To Oscar Wilde, yellow was the color world’s color authority for 45 years,” of happiness. Yellow is the color of and is a subsidiary of X-Rite “the glob- legal pads. It has been proven to stimu- al leader in color science and technolo- late memory. In dream analysis, yellow gy.” So, to put it quite simply, we’re all symbolizes intellect and intuition. just puppets in the X-Rite universe. Yellow is the color of smiley-faced The company provides designers of sun wedges colored into corners. just about everything with, among Happy 2009, and remember: When other things, the ability to perfectly life gives you lemons, make lemonade, match color. Back in 1963, Lawrence but when life gives you oranges, make Herbert, Pantone’s founder, developed mimosas. the color fan. Now, countries identify the colors of their flags with Pantone MARIEL HOWSEPIAN digs black coffee, fairy tuplets. tales and a man in coveralls. She lives in Santa Of Mimosa, the Pantone Color Monica and can be reached at Institute’s executive director Leatrice ACT! Database Coaching FREE CONSULTATION YOUR HERE!AD COULD RUN When the market is slow CALL US find the money in your contacts TODAY AT Eliminate your frustrations using ACT! and take your skills to the next level! All versions. (310) 458-7737 Call Chris Pumphrey 20 years hands-on ACT! Experience 800-915-4228
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