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From a homegrown taco chain to a
gourmet dessert shop, read on for the
newest hot spots to arrive around town.

Jimboy's Tacos
Head over to 120 Fifth St., Suite C-
100, and you'll find a new location of
Jimboy's Tacos.
With locations throughout the state,
the California-based, family-owned

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chain specializes in fast-casual tacos
made with stone-ground corn tortillas.
Burritos and other Mexican favorites
are available as well, along with share-
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HappySweet Bakery
HappySweet Bakery is now offering
he Vans US Open of Surfing will re- the World Champion at the conclusion of Also in attendance will be the top Pro
turn to the southside of the Hunting- each season. A star-studded lineup of com- Junior talents set to stake their claim at the
artisanal desserts at 17408 Beach Blvd.
ton Beach Pier this summer to host petitors at the Vans US Open of Surfing, iconic beach break after a Hawaii-surfer And with five stars out of 24 reviews on
the world’s best action sports athletes from Stop No. 7 of 10, will feature California’s sweep in 2017 by Brisa Hennessy (HAW) Yelp, it's been a hit thus far.
July 28 through August 5, 2018. The week- own Lakey Peterson (USA), Courtney and Cody Young (HAW). This year, a Yelpers praised the spot's variety of
long summer festival will showcase the Conlogue (USA), Sage Erickson (USA) strong North America contingent is on fresh-baked treats, from its macaroons
best in surfing, skateboarding, and BMX, and newest resident Caroline Marks (USA) hand to keep the event titles on home soil,
while providing engaging beach activities vying for valuable points at home. This including two of 2018’s most in-form
for the entire family to enjoy. marks the eighth year that Surf City, USA surfers, Kirra Pinkerton (USA) and Crosby
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“Creative expression is at the heart of has hosted the women’s CT. Erickson is Colapinto (USA).
everything we do at Vans, and the Vans US gearing up to defend her title but will have For BMX fans and longboarding enthu-
Open is the perfect venue to unleash the vi- to take on former event winners Peterson siasts, the Vans BMX Pro Cup Series will
brant creative spirit that fuels the athletes, (current World No. 1) and Brazil’s Tatiana charge in full force, offering record-break-
artists, musicians, and of course, the fans,” Weston-Webb (current World No. 3). ing BMX maneuvering by the world’s
said Kristy Van Doren, Vans Senior Direc- In addition to the elite CT, the men will most talented BMX riders in the industry,
tor, North America Brand Marketing. battle for 10,000 points on the WSL Qual- while the Vans Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invi-
“We’re honored to partner with the Hunt- ification Series (QS). The likes of home- tational longboarding series re-emerges
ington Beach community to produce an town heroes Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) and with its first-ever all-women division,
immersive festival that inspires incredible two-time US Open winner Brett Simpson showcasing style and grace from the best
world-class athleticism and artistic collab- (USA) will do battle in the southside arena female loggers in the sport. With activities
oration for everyone to be a part of.” alongside top QS threats such as 2018 and workshops scheduled every day begin- and cream puffs to cookies and cakes.
This year’s surfing competitions include standout Mikey Wright (AUS). The event ning July 28, Vans US Open will ignite a Hosting an event? Catering is also
the highly-anticipated World Surf League draw will feature members of the elite plethora of live action summer entertain- available, along with custom orders for
(WSL) Women’s Championship Tour (CT) men’s Championship Tour, including Joan ment, including surfboard shaping work- all occasions. (See the full catering
event, the men’s WSL Qualifying Series Duru (FRA) and Patrick Gudauskas shops, live art installations, customization
(QS) 10,000 contest, and the men’s and (USA). 2018 CT Rookies Tomas Hermes workshops, music lessons, movie nights
menu here.)
women’s Pro Junior event. (BRA) and Michael February (ZAF) will
The WSL Championship Tour is the also compete for the prestigious win in
world’s premier surfing series and crowns Southern California. Continued on pg 24 Continued on pg 8
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Mission: Deliver character-building experiences and mentorship
that allow youth to achieve their full potential in both life and work.

2018 Honorees
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INSPIRATION
America: Home of the Free because of the Brave
When it rains, look for rainbows.
When it’s dark, look for stars.

ALL ABOUT marriage
~ unknown Dave Garofalo
Publisher
A State Trooper pulled an 87 yr old woman over for
speeding. As he looked at her drivers license he was
GUNS

surprised to notice that attached to it was a conceal
weapon permit. Taken aback, he couldn't help but ask
if she had a gun in her possession. She replied in her When a man steals your wife, there is
crackly voice that she indeed did have a 45 automatic no better revenge than to let him keep 'I've had bad luck with both my wives
in her glove compartment. The trooper then asked if she her. The first one left me, and the second
had any other weapons King David one didn't.'
to which she replied James Holt McGavra
that she also had a 9mm After marriage, husband and wife be-
Glock in her center come two sides of a coin; they just can't Two secrets to keep your marriage
console. The shocked face each other, but still they stay to- brimming.
trooper asked if that gether. 1. Whenever you're wrong, admit it,
was all and the little old Sasha Guitry 2. Whenever you're right, shut up.
lady held up her purse Patrick Murray
and replied, "Well, I do keep a 38 special in my purse." By all means marry. If you get a good
Finally the astonished trooper asked, "What are you wife, you'll be happy. The most effective way to remember
afraid of..? and the little old lady smiled and replied, If you get a bad one, you'll become a your wife's birthday is to forget it once..
"Not a Fricken Thing" philosopher. Nash
Socrates
You know what I did before I

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PRICELESS Woman inspires us to married?
great things, and prevents us Anything I wanted to.
illy Graham was returning to Charlotte after a speaking en- from achieving them. Anonymous
gagement and when his Plane arrived, there was a limousine Anonymous
there to transport him to My wife and I
his home. The great question, which I have were happy for
As he prepared to get not been able to answer... is, twenty years.
into the limo, he stopped "What does a woman want?" Then we met.
and spoke to the driver. Dumas Henny Youngman
'You know' he said, 'I
am 87 years old and I I had some words A good wife always
have never driven a lim- with my wife, and she forgives her husband
ousine. Would you mind had some paragraphs when she's wrong.
if I drove it for a while?' with me. Rodney Dangerfield
The driver said, 'No Sigmund Freud
problem. Have at it.' A man inserted an 'ad' in the classi-
Billy gets into the dri- Some people ask the secret of our long fieds: 'Wife wanted'. Next day he re-
ver's seat and they head marriage. We take time to go to a restau- ceived a hundred letters.
off down the highway. A rant two times a week. A little candle- They all said the same thing: 'You can
short distance away sat a light, dinner, soft music and dancing. She have mine.'
rookie State Trooper operating his first speed trap. The long black goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays' Anonymous
limo went by him doing 70 in a 55 mph zone. Red Skelton
The trooper pulled out and easily caught the limo and he got First Guy (proudly): 'My wife's an
out of his patrol car to begin the procedure. The young trooper 'There's a way of transferring funds angel!'
that is even faster than electronic bank- Second Guy : 'You're lucky, mine's still
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walked up to the driver's door and when the glass was rolled down,
he was surprised to see who was driving. He immediately excused ing. It's called marriage.' alive.'
himself and went back to his car and called his supervisor. Sam Kinison Anonymous
He told the supervisor, 'I know we are supposed to enforce the
law.... But I also know that important peo-
ple are given certain courtesies. I need to
know what I should do because I have
stopped a very important person.'
The supervisor asked, 'Is it the gover-
nor?'
The young trooper said, 'No, he's more
important than that.'
The supervisor said, 'Oh, so it's the
president.'
The young trooper said, 'No, he's even
more important than that.'
The supervisor finally asked, 'Well
then, who is it?'
The young trooper said, 'I think it's
Jesus, because he's got Billy Graham for
a chauffeur!'

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Chris MacDonald
On the road in Surf City
The Local News

Sunset Beach
By Chris MacDonald, Writer/Photographer,
HB Ambassador/The Local News Columnist

Pancake Breakfast
Brings Neighbors
Together
M
ore than 200 hungry locals en- Coby, said they really love coming to the
joyed the 55th Annual Sunset event. "We feel blessed living here and
Beach Pancake Breakfast on Sat- being a part of this vibrant town, where
urday, July 14th. It also featured Disaster people care about each other."
Preparedness, with representatives from Also on hand to make this a success
the HB Fire Department, HB Community were Congressman Dana Rohrabacher
Emergency Response Team and the Amer- (who likes to surf in Sunset), HB City
ican Red Cross. Councilman Patrick Brenden, HB City
"Everyone looks forward to this event, Councilwoman Barbara Delgleize as well
not only for its great breakfast but to learn as HB Planning Commissioners Michael
how to be prepared for emergencies,"
said Mike Van Voorhis, a former volun-

Clockwise from above: Sunset Beach
Resident Eric Schlange cooking
Pancakes; Congressman Dana
Rohrabacher with HB Planning Com-
missioner Michael Grant; Volunteers
from the American Red Cross and HB
Community Emergency Response
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Team; Locals Rooney Daschbach and
Barry Willis; Woman's Club President
Dawn McCormack with Huntington
Beach Planning Commissioner Dan
Kalmick; (and above) Community As-
sociation President Mike Van Voorhis
with Retired Sunset Beach Post-
mistress Mary Gardner and HB City
Councilman Patrick Brenden.

teer Sunset Beach firefighter, who's presi-
dent of the Community Association.
"There's a real caring camaraderie here and
the locals love every opportunity to come
together."
The special pancake mix for the fun
event, which was held at The Nobles Fam-
ily Community Center, was donated by Grant and Dan Kalmick. The community
Sunset Beach's Woody's Diner. "I look for- is going to turn out in force for the next
ward to this every year, getting to mingle major event-- the 21st Annual Sunset
with all my friends and getting all-you- Beach Chili Cook Off on Saturday, Sep-
can-eat pancakes for just $5 ," said a smil- tember 15th, 2018 from 11am to 5pm in
ing Barry Willis, known to many as Sunset the community center. The public is in-
Beach's unofficial greeter. Proceeds from vited. Proceeds benefit The Sunset Beach
the breakfast go back into neighborhood Woman's Club. You can learn more about
projects. The Woman's Club at: www.sunsetbeach-
Longtime locals, JB Griffin and his wife womansclub.com .
The information contained in this column does not necessarily
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Compostable Packaging
Manufacturer, Vegware

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Celebrates One Full Year in
Huntington Beach, CA
C
ompostable packaging manufacturer Vegware (www.vegwareus.com)
celebrates its first birthday since launching a year ago in Huntington
Beach.
Unlike conventional disposable serviceware, Vegware’s entire range is com-
postable, using only renewable, lower carbon or recycled materials. For businesses
seeking plastic-free packaging alternatives, Vegware has arrived from Scotland
just at the right time. Vegware’s founder and CEO, Joe Frankel explains why:
“You can’t recycle food with plastic in it, and you can’t recycle plastic with food
on it. Moving to compostable catering disposables means that food and packaging
waste can be composted together. We be-
lieve compostables are the only practical
recycling solution for foodservice. And
we’re proud to offer Environmental sup-
port to help clients implement zero waste
programs.”
The plastic tide is turning with busi-
nesses and, in some cases, entire states
seeking plastic-free catering alternatives.
Many universities, coffee shops, office
buildings and restaurant chains have al-
ready made the switch to Vegware.
Vegware’s Environmental support sep-
arates the company from other eco dis-
posables suppliers. Their Environmental
team takes foodservice providers on a
journey to zero waste, providing support
every step of the way. Their unprece-
dented engagement with the waste in-
dustry allows Vegware to work with
waste hauliers to ensure compostable
packaging and food waste is collected
for composting.
Abigail Macleod, Vegware Packaging Inc’s General Manager, says:
“The US and Scotland have a long history of strong trade links, so it only seemed
natural our next global venture would be to open an office here. So far, we’ve been
humbled by the support and interest in our compostable packaging solution. Hunt-
ington Beach, CA, gives us a great base to provide the West Coast and wider areas
of America with our compostable packaging solutions. We’ve been delighted with
our first year of trading in the US and we are so proud to be at the forefront of the
composting revolution.”
Established in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2006, Vegware has operational bases in
Sydney and Hong Kong with wide distribution throughout Europe, the Middle East
and the Caribbean. Get in touch! us.info@vegware.com | (844) 610-0915

Bubbles
& Brunch
to End MS
Please join us for the 5th An-
nual “Bubbles & Brunch to

MAKIN WAVES SALON
End MS” event. This presti-
gious fundraiser will take
place on Saturday, August 25,
2018 at 11:00 a.m. at the
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beautiful Island Hotel in
Newport Beach.
Delight in a champagne re-
ception while indulging in an
Precision hair cutting and Beautiful hair color
exclusive silent auction with Men, women and children welcome
luxury items including jew-
elry, spa packages, resort Offering complimentary neck shaves and bangtrims!
stays and more. You’ll be
served a delicious three-
Scalp massage with every service!
course brunch while listen-
ing to moving, personal
stories from those affected for !
by multiple sclerosis.

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U.S. Is Set to Become
World’s Top Oil Producer,
People and Their Issues - Our Business...
THE LOCAL NEWS is published on the 1st and 15th.
Government Says
Jessica Summers with the matter.
(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government sees oil Concerns linger over the worsening bottleneck
THE LOCAL NEWS serves the residents/business men
and women of Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and production further climbing next year even amid in the biggest U.S. shale region, the Permian
transportation logjams in the country’s most pro- Basin, and how that might affect domestic output
lific shale play. in the second half of the year. Due to limited
Westminster, California with entertaining, informative
and objective looks at ourselves, neighbors and the The Energy Information Administration sees pipeline transportation in the region, production
U.S. crude output averaging 11.8 million barrels may start to slow in the area, according to Scott
a day in 2019, up from its 11.76 million barrel a Sheffield, the chairman of Pioneer Natural Re-
world as issues are debated, people interact socially and
day estimate in the June outlook. sources Co. “We will reach capacity in the next
“In 2019, EIA forecasts that the United States 3 to 4 months,” he said in June.
politically and events take place locally. We also believe
that we should have fun and thank volunteers! will average nearly 12 million barrels of crude The EIA left its average domestic output fore-
Award Winning Staff oil production per day,” said Linda Capuano, cast for this year unchanged at 10.79 million bar-
Administrator of the EIA. “If the forecast holds, rels a day, above the 1970 record of 9.6 million
that would make the U.S. the world’s leading a day, according to the agency’s Short-Term En-
Rex Gerlach &
producer of crude.” ergy Outlook released on Tuesday. Its global
Jim Horton (Emeritus)
Internet Services:
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HB Best Run City

• HB ranks as the ONLY California City in the Top 50 out of 150 Cities

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he City of Huntington Beach moved up a notch from last year in Wal-
letHub’s annual ranking of 150 “Best-Run Cities in America” – rank-
ing HB 14th on the list. The next closest California city on the list was
Santa Ana, coming in at #53, then San Diego at #62.
To determine the effectiveness of local leadership, WalletHub’s analysts
compared 150 of the largest U.S. cities based on their operating efficiency.
For each city, the analysts constructed a “Quality of City Services” score
— comprising 33 key performance indicators grouped into six service cat-
egories — that was then measured against the city’s total percapita budget.
Huntington Beach scored #1 in “Quality of City Services,” and ranked #1
in “Education.”
“This national acknowledgement for Huntington Beach being named a
‘Best-Run City’ is a testament to our hard working city leaders and staff
that put our taxpayers first. Running a large city like HB is complex, but
having this kind of validation, and HB being the only California city in
the top 50, makes us proud to know we are operating efficiently,” said City
Manager Fred A. Wilson.
Mayor Mike Posey exclaimed, “This is great news for Huntington Beach.
Not only have we made the list two years in a row, but we also improved
our ranking. We are lucky to live in such a thriving, diverse community
where the amenities and services we are offer are unparalleled.”

Rotary Club of
Huntington Beach Presents
Surfboards on Parade 2018
Unveiling Party
T he Rotary Club of Huntington Beach invites you to join them for the
event of Summer 2018 at the Surfboards on Parade VIP Unveiling
Party, celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Surfing Walk of Fame.
This event will be held at the Kimpton Shorebreak Hotel on August 1,
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For over 11 years, Colette’s Children’s
2018, starting at 5:30 p.m.
Preview the boards along with the shapers, artists, and surfing legends.
Home has provided 2,000 homeless
The event will feature a tapas-style culinary experience from local fla-

women & children with emergency
and transitional housing.

Their mission: Colette’s Children’s Home
provides a safe and nurturing environment
where at-risk women and children can
obtain support & services needed to
achieve self-sufficiency.
vors, live entertainment, and craft beer and wine.
For tickets and information, visit surfboardsonparade.org.

(714) 596-1380
This event benefits the Surfing Walk of Fame, Rotary Club of Hunt-
ington Beach Charitable Fund, Operation Surf, and MemorialCare Or-
ange Coast Medical Center.
The Kimpton Shorebreak Hotel is located at 500 Pacific Coast Hwy.

www.Heautontimorumenoss.orc
in Huntington Beach.
This article was based on information released by the Rotary Club of
Huntington Beach.
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Fitch Ratings Reaffirms AAA Credit Rating
for Huntington Beach
W e are pleased to announce that Fitch
Ratings has reaffirmed Huntington
Beach’s AAA overall underlying credit rat-
City Manager, Fred A. Wilson. It reinforces Huntington Beach’s strong path to fiscal
sustainability and recognizes our solid commitment to long-term financial planning.”
Fitch stated the City's General Fund is well positioned to benefit from ongoing eco-
ing. This is the highest possible rating by Fitch nomic growth, while maintaining sufficient financial flexibility to cope with any
Ratings. The City joins a select group of only six emerging recessionary trends. In addition, the report stated the City's coastal location
cities rated AAA in California by Fitch, and only 91 and focus on economic development should continue to bolster its diverse economy,
nationwide. This is the third time since 2014 the city has strong tax base, and above-average socioeconomic profile.
achieved this rating. The City’s Senior Center Lease Revenue Bonds “This is great news for our City,” said City of Huntington Beach Mayor, Mike
AA+ rating was also reaffirmed. Posey. “It demonstrates the City Council’s emphasis on financial management and
“This is the third time we have reached this extraordinary achievement,” stated strategic planning.”

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NEW INTERACTIVE WEBSITE LINK ON FIRE DEPARTMENT WEBSITE
he Huntington Beach vention Association website for
Fire Department en- Sparky. This fun and interac-
courages you to share tive website allows kids to ex-
fire safety education with your plore and learn about fire safety
children. Communicate safety in a safe and fun environment
plans without fear by encour- with games, videos, activities
aging lots of talking, showing and storybooks. Special re-
and practicing what to do in sources for parents and educa-
emergency. Seek out television tors are available through links
shows that have their favorite character address fire available on the city website at www.huntington- locat-ed on the upper right corner of the website’s
and earthquake safety. Show them where the smoke beachca.gov/government/departments/fire. A yellow home page.
detectors are located in your house, and what to do box labeled “JUST FOR KIDS” is located at the bot- Learning about fire safety is important for every-
upon activation. tom of the left side column. Clicking on it will take one, and this website is a great educational tool that
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PUBLIC CABLE TELEVISION AUTHORITY GARNERS
n Saturday, June 23, Huntington Beach Radio Ama-
NATIONAL HONORABLE MENTION AWARDS FOR
teur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) team demon-
EXCELLENCE IN LOCAL TELEVISION PROGRAMMING
strated and practiced their emergency radio Programs spotlighting senior citizens and the City of Fountain Valley’s 60th Anniversary
communications skills in a nation-wide drill called "AARL
Field Day”. honored by the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors
The volunteer group set up operation
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on the bluffs above Dog Beach and Fountain Valley, CA - The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA)
began oper-ating at 11 a.m. During recently honored the Public Cable Television Authority with two honorable mention awards for excellence in
Field Day, HAM operators from the US local television programming.
and Canada practiced their emergency PCTA received two “Honorable Mentions” in the 2018 NATOA Gov-
communications skills over a 24 hour ernment Programming Awards com-
period with the goal of demon-strating petition: "Fountain Valley 60th Community leader Barbara
portable and completely independent Anniversary Series" in the Promo- Montz and Fountain Valley
communications. Many visitors stopped tional Campaign category, and Mayor Michael Vo at PCTA’s
by to observe and see the RACES vol- “Young at Heart” in the Senior Pro- television studio during the
recording of Fountain Val-
unteers at work, and understand the vital gramming category.
ley’s 60th anniversary pro-
radio communication support that “Fountain Valley 60th Anniversary motional spots.
RACES provides to the community. Series” was a series of six promo-
During an emergency, normal lines of communications tional announcements spotlighting the City’s 60th anniversary in 2017.
can fail leaving amateur radio communications as the only Community leaders appearing in the minute-long TV spots included
means to communicate. As volunteers, RACES members Mayor Michael Vo, City Councilman John Collins, and community lead-
use their personal equipment and skills to provide amateur ers Ed Arnold, Susan Saurastri, Barbara Montz, and John Etheridge.
radio (“HAM”) communi-cation to support the Fire and “Young at Heart” is a half-hour program that spotlights local senior citi-
Police departments in special events and emergencies zens and activities for seniors.
throughout the year. HAM radio is a technical hobby NATOA’s Government Programming Awards honor excellence in broadcast, cable, multimedia and electronic
known around the world, and often used for public service programming produced by local government agencies nationwide. This year’s awards competition received
needs. HAM radio operators are ready to supply reliable nearly one thousand entries, submitted by local governments across the country.
communications when normal lines fail, and can contact The Public Cable Television Authority (PCTA) is a joint powers agency representing the cities of Huntington
someone across the street, across the globe, or even outer Beach, Fountain Valley, Westminster, and Stanton and produces exclusive local television programming for
space. For more information about the RACES group, visit each of its member cities. PCTA programming can be seen on Spectrum, Frontier FiOS, and AT&T U-Verse,
https://www.huntingtonbeachca.gov/government/depart- as well as via each member city’s website.
ments/fire/emergency_preparedness/races . For more information on the Public Cable Television Authority and to view clips of PCTA-produced local
television programming, visit www.pcta.tv and www.youtube.com/pctatv. 11
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What Goes Down Kobritz
Should Go Up on
Sports
A
s MLB takes a break from the regular sharing based in part on how many wins a team has in the preceding year or an
season to play the 89th All Star Game, average of the past three years.
By Jordan Kobritz one of the hot topics this year has been Speed up the game by adopting some of the pace-of-play rules that exist in the
attendance, or rather, the lack of it. According Minor Leagues, including pitch clocks. However, one rule that should never be
to Baseball-Reference, overall league atten- adopted is the one where extra innings begin with a runner on second base; it
dance is down over 2.5 million this year, with works in the Minors for a variety of rea-
22 of 30 clubs showing a decline from 2017 sons but would make a
numbers. mockery of MLB games
The 2018 season began on March 29, the and stats.
earliest Opening Day in Major League his- Promote the league’s
tory, which led to an all-time record for post- stars, like Mike Trout
ponements through the month of April. But and Mookie Betts, who
that doesn’t account for the entire decline in could walk through
attendance. Per game attendance was also Times Square unrecog-
down in May and June, suggesting this isn’t nized. That’s admittedly a
merely a blip on the radar screen. League at- challenge when players
tendance is at its lowest average in 15 years, are reluctant to promote
down 6.6% over 2017 numbers according to themselves, unlike NBA
Stats LLC. What to do? stars, but it’s crucial to the
For one, delay the season start date. In- health of the game.
stead of trying to play in snow and cold, and making up lost games as part of day- Even if all the sugges-
night doubleheaders, which players detest, schedule half-a-dozen doubleheaders tions, and others, are implemented, there’s no guarantee MLB attendance will in-
per team beginning in June after school is out. Teams can market the dates as spe- crease. But doing nothing should not be an option.
cial events like days of yore, which is likely to increase attendance.
Address the multi-year trend that has seen a loss of game action, due to an in- Jordan Kobritz is a former attorney, CPA, and Minor League Baseball
crease in strikeouts and fewer balls in play. Lower the mound, like MLB did fol-
lowing the pitching-dominated 1968 season. Reduce the impact of defensive shifts team owner and current investor in MiLB teams. He is a Professor in
by requiring teams to position at least one infielder with both feet to the left of and Chair of the Sport Management Department at SUNY Cortland
second base and every infielder to have at least one foot on the dirt. and maintains the blog: http://sportsbeyondthelines.com The opinions
Limit the benefits of tanking, where teams consciously lose games in order to contained in this column are the author’s. Jordan can be reached at
acquire higher draft picks. This can be done in several ways, including instituting jordan.kobritz@cortland.edu.
a draft lottery system, like other leagues have done; lowering the draft bonus pool
that gives tanking clubs more money to sign picks; and redistributing revenue The information contained in this column does not necessarily
reflect the opinion of The Local News.

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Fox News Hosts and Contributors
ox News’ large network of hosts cov- all over myself, making it appear that I
ers everything from school shootings wished Barack Obama harm or any other
to international affairs. Their com- candidate, for that matter, and I sincerely re-
ments often lead to controversy, yet the net- gret it and apologize to anybody I have of-
work consistently leads the pack with top fended. It is a very colorful political season
ratings. Every Fox viewer has a favorite and many of us are making mistakes and
host and ones they can’t stand. So, whether saying things we wish we had not said.
they’ve left the network or their Fox careers
are going strong, these are the most loved 8. Hosts of The Five
and hated Fox News contributors. One of Fox News’ biggest shows, The
Five, is hosted by Jesse Watters, Kimberly
1. Tucker Carlson formation to support the assertion there are Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, and
With Bill O’Reilly out (more on that specific areas in these countries that ex- Juan Williams. In early 2018, The Five was
soon), Tucker Carlson took over The clude individuals based solely on their reli- viewers with 713,000 viewers in the news
O’Reilly Factor’s 8 p.m. time slot. Tucker gion.” demographic. Unfortunately, Hannity is one
Carlson Tonight has attracted a younger au- of the most controversial figures on the net-
dience, with a 16% increase in viewers age 5. Megyn Kelly work and has even earned the title “most
25 to 54 during the second quarter of 2017. She may not be a part of Fox News any- delusional Fox News host” for many incor-
more, but viewers remember Megyn Kelly rect and controversial statements he’s made.
for her 12 years with the network. The
Kelly File was “the second-most watched 11. Bill O’Reilly
show on Fox News” in April 2016, accord- (post-humoristly)
ing to The Wrap. In 2013, Kelly weighed in Once-popular host Bill O’Reilly led Fox
News’ viewership ratings with The

the fifth most-watched cable news show on
TV, with 2.15 million viewers.
Tucker Carlson Tonight was the “highest
rated hour in cable news” in May 2017, ac- 9. Greta Van Susteren
cording to Forbes, which deemed Carlson On the Record with Greta Van Susteren
“the king of cable news” after 2.67 million hit one of the top five most-watched cable
viewers tuned in.
on whether Santa’s race could be anything
2. Geraldo Rivera other than white. From the video, it’s clear
Geraldo Rivera certainly isn’t contribut- Kelly felt strongly about the topic, saying,
ing when it comes to Fox News’ high rat- “For all you kids watching at home, Santa O’Reilly Factor, but he’s now better known
ings. His Fox News show, Geraldo at Large, just is white … Jesus was a white man, for the sexual harassment charges against
is poorly rated, and the star himself has too.” Kelly didn’t respond to critics until him. He was fired from Fox News in April
been subject to a lot of controversies. He she left Fox, ultimately expressing regret. 2017 after The New York Times “detailed
landed in hot water when he defended Matt Her departure from Fox News was con- his history of settling harassment claims,”
Lauer following Lauer’s sexual misconduct troversial, too. Trump infamously tweeted according to Variety.
multiple insults toward Kelly, including, In October 2017, O’Reilly settled a sexual
“Everyone should boycott the @meg- harassment lawsuit with Lisa Wiehl, a former
ynkelly show. Never worth watching. Al- news programs on Fox News. However, Fox News legal analyst, in the amount of $32
ways a hit on Trump! She is sick, & the that didn’t prevent her abrupt removal from million. The Times disclosed that Fox News
most overrated person on tv.” the network. She was one of their top an- originally signed O’Reilly back on one
chors for 14 years, but after she attempted month after the settlement, with a renewed
6. Stacey Dash to renegotiate her contract, Fox News’ four-year contract for $100 million.
A decidedly different face on Fox, Stacey chairman Rupert Murdoch wasn’t pleased.
Dash is best known for playing Dionne Van Susteren was planning to leave the 12. Ainsley Earhardt
Davenport in 1990’s Clueless. She later network on her own accord, but Murdoch
made a name for herself on Fox & Friends Host Ainsley Earhardt has become a
pulled her off the air without the chance to
after calling for an end to Black History prominent name in the
allegations, tweeting that the news is a say goodbye. MSNBC gave Van Susteren
“flirty” business. Month. another chance with a new show, For the Fox News community.
After this, an old interview with Bette In 2016, the commentator said, “Either Record with Greta. Van Susteren was With a 60% approval
Midler surfaced where she claimed Rivera we want to have segregation or integration, booted from the network after only six rating on Ranker, she’s
groped her. Rivera then tweeted, “Reaction and if we don’t want segregation, then we months due to low ratings, and she was re- the “go-to for inter-
to my tweets today on #sexharassment placed by Ari Melber. views with the presi-
makes clear I didn’t sufficiently explain that dent and his family,”
this is a horrendous problem long hidden- 10. Sean Hannity according to Business
Harassers are deviants who deserve what is During the second quarter of 2017, Han- Insider. In her career,
coming to them-Often victims are too nity’s viewership brought in a solid 2.51 Earhardt has co-hosted
frightened to come forward in a timely fash- million. However, the return to the 9 p.m. many Fox shows, in-
ion-I humbly apologize.” time slot proved to work even better for
cluding Fox and
Sean Hannity. In September 2017, Deadline
3. Brit Hume reported that Hannity’s first week back at Friends. She also hosts her own segment,
Following Van Susteren’s departure from the primetime show averaged 3.5 million Ainsley Across America, during Hannity.
Fox News, Brit Hume took over On the
Record. Ratings immediately rose a shock-

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The Fox News anchor spoke with terror-
ism analyst Steve Emerson about supposed
Muslim-only zones in Europe. Emerson
claimed, “There are actual cities like Birm- 9. Greta Van Susteren o Like o Dislike
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ingham that are totally Muslim, where non-
Muslims just simply don’t go in.” The 10. Sean Hannity
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zones in either country and no credible in- I am so sorry about what happened yes-
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n Huntington Beach and of “new” water every day. the gathered groundwater information that is relevant
Fountain Valley, you How do you know your drinking water is safe? to your area, and information about the 25 percent of
might drink bottled water About 75 percent of the water that you use to drink, imported water, which is also stringently tested.
for convenience, but rest as- shower and brush your teeth comes from the Orange The Orange County Water District was formed to
sured, you don’t have to use County Groundwater Basin. Your city’s water agency manage and protect the groundwater basin so that you
it out of fear that your tap water isn’t safe. August is buys an additional 25 percent or so of imported water. have reliable, high-quality drinking water, and staff
Water Quality Month. I encourage you to visit your Our basin groundwater is typically high-quality. takes its job very seriously. The District staff is com-
city’s website and take a moment to read its Water Recharge basins (those “lakes” you see in Anaheim prised of knowledgeable experts and you benefit. They
Quality Report. The following article explains why and Orange) and the Santa Ana River improve ground- work with local, state and national regulators to protect
you can have confidence that your water agency and water quality through natural percolation. Purifying re- Orange County groundwater.
the Orange County Water District (OCWD; the Dis- cycled water to near-distilled water quality by OCWD’s Lab is one of only three public agency lab-
trict) work closely to OCWD’s cele- oratories in the nation to provide full chemical analyses
serve reliable drinking brated GWRS not for Unregulated Contaminants Monitoring Rule 4
water. only increases the (UCMR4) program, which is certified by the EPA for
Can you imagine look- water supply seven EPA methods and include 28 trace contaminants
ing for and finding one quantity, it en- and constituents of emerging concern. That means that
drop of anything in a hances the qual- OCWD monitors and provides the EPA with data and
body of water the size of ity of the water in the EPA uses this information to help develop regula-
26 Olympic swimming the groundwater tory decisions for contaminants in the public drinking
pools? The Orange basin. water supply—keeping us all safe.
County Water District has You want Besides extensive monitoring, OCWD has also
a water quality depart- proof that your taken measures to ensure high-quality and safe drink-
ment and a laboratory water is safe? ing water by participating in studies, forming work
whose combined efforts OCWD “water groups, and collaborating with agencies around the
can do that. Once the detectives” test world to address and study water quality issues further.
water quality department for more than If you would like to tour the Advanced Water Qual-
takes samples, OCWD’s 500 compounds, ity Assurance Laboratory at OCWD, please visit
Advanced Water Quality Assurance Laboratory (Lab) many more than required by state and federal laws and https://www.ocwd.com/contact-us/book-a-tour/ to fill
can monitor possible contaminants in our groundwater regulations. They don’t test from one source, but from out and submit a tour form.
basin down to one part per trillion. about 1,500 locations throughout the basin. They ana- Cathy Green represents Division 6 of the Orange
OCWD’s commitment to exceptional water quality lyze more than 20,000 samples each year and report County Water District, which includes parts of Hunt-
requires comprehensive knowledge of groundwater more than 400,000 results. Your annual water quality ington Beach and Fountain Valley. Contact Director
quality and a thorough understanding of the quality of report that you can find on your city’s website, contains Green at cgreen@ocwd.com.
water produced by the Groundwater Replenishment
System (GWRS), which supplies 30 percent of the
Cathy Green was elected to OCWD in November 2010. She served two terms on the Huntington Beach
water put back in the basin—about 100 million gallons City Council and was Mayor twice. Huntington Beach has been home to the Green Family over 41 years

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Cookies, Cocktails & WOMEN

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White Chocolate RAISA
Cranberry Bar Cookies GORbACHev
Makes 32 bar cookies
Born in Siberia, the Soviet Union in
Ingredients: 1932, Raisa Maximovna endured
Cooking spray or butter, many of the hardships of her Russian
for greasing the pan generation. Her family was touched
2 sticks (8 ounces) unsalted by the Stalinist purges of the 1930s.
butter, melted and cooled Her maternal grandfather was arrested
1 cup granulated sugar in the 1930s and sent to a gulag where
1/2 cup packed light he was executed.
brown sugar Raisa went to study at Moscow
2 large eggs University and it was here that she
1 1/2 teaspoons gained a greater sense of intellectual
freshly grated orange zest and cultural freedom – especially
1 teaspoon vanilla extract after the death of Stalin in 1953. It
2 cups all-purpose flour was also at Moscow university that
1 teaspoon baking powder she met her future husband – Mikhail
1/2 teaspoon fine salt Gorbachev.
1 cup dried cranberries
1 cup white chocolate chips

Arrange a rack in the middle of the oven and heat to
350°F. Line a 9x13-inch metal, glass, or ceramic baking
Margarita Cocktail
Ingredients: Blanco mous under her stage name
dish with parchment paper, leaving a 2-inch overhang tequila, fresh squeezed lime Rita Hayworth. Nowadays,
on two opposite sides. Lightly grease the pan and parch-

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juice, orange liqueur or triple the Marg is often seem as a
ment with cooking spray or butter.
Place the butter, granulated sugar, and brown sugar
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in a large bowl and use a wooden spoon to stir until cocktails, the Margarita’s ori- the Daiquiri, when made sim-

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well-combined (the mixture will not be smooth), about gins are also murky, though ply at home it is a balanced,

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30 seconds. Stir in the eggs, orange zest, and vanilla the tales that have followed it elegant drink.
until completely combined. Add the flour, baking pow- to the present are about as
der, and salt, and mix until just combined. Fold in the good as it gets. Most place the Starter recipe:
dried cranberries and white chocolate chips. Spread the drink’s creation in 2 oz silver tequila
batter into the prepared pan, using a spatula or your Tijuana, its name being a 1 oz Cointreau
hands to press it into an even layer. salute to an eponymous 1 oz fresh-squeezed lime juice
Bake until a tester inserted in the center comes out woman of one man’s unre-
with just a few crumbs, 20 to 25 minutes in a metal pan quited affections. The best Rub a lime wedge over the
or up to 30 minutes in a glass or ceramic pan. The edges story I’ve heard? That a Ti- rim of a rocks glass (or Mar-
should look firm and well-baked; the center should be juana nightclub owner crafted garita glass) then twist on a
moist but not gooey. Cool completely in the pan on a the tantalizing drink to im- plate of coarse salt so it at-
wire rack. Grasp the excess parchment and lift the press a performer named taches. Shake the ingredients
cookie slab out of the pan and onto a cutting board. Cut Margarita Cansino—who with cracked ice, then strain
into 32 pieces. would eventually become fa- into glass.

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The Larger the Company, the Greater the
Influence on Sustainability, or Not...
Avery Phillips ified why I wanted to study sustainability. You may not ough reviews for the safety of their employees.
n a largely capitalist world, corporations have the want to recycle that bottle, but if everyone has that same WalMart has worked with Freightliner in designing
power to be pioneers in many progressive practices. philosophy, it impacts our world,” Morrow said, regard- this “hybrid-assist” delivery truck which uses batteries
Sustainability is becoming more of a concern as the ing the effects of not recycling. to augment its diesel engine when it needs more power.
impact of our carbon footprint is published in scholarly There’s a lot that corporations and even small com- Corporate adoption of sustainability sets an example
works and broadcasted through news media. As we see panies can do to encourage sustainable practices, even and standard for clients, as well as their employees and
more proof of the dangers of careless environmental by making recycling an accessible option to their em- introduces the movement to communities who might
practices, there is more pressure to incorporate sustain- ployees and in their facilities. Any amount of incremen- not otherwise see it. As the largest employer in several
able practices in business, especially for companies tal change is a step in the right direction for decreasing states across the U.S., WalMart is keenly observed to
large enough to be influential. This is leading to a rise the amount of wasted resources on a corporate level. see what they’re doing for the environment. Their web-
in demand for sustainability coordinators who can help However, larger changes, such as switching to renew- site’s sustainability page describes their three main
implement sustainable changes into a company’s busi- able energy sources and making business decisions that goals, “…to create zero waste, operate with 100 percent
ness model. save resources in any way possible, is even more help- renewable energy and sell products that sustain our re-
ful. Making these changes is a good investment due to sources and the environment.” Although WalMart offers
Growing Sustainability the nature of unsustainable practices. As resources be- low wages, which often creates an unsustainable situa-
As a reflection of changing business priorities, sus- come more limited, they also become more expensive, tion for their employees, they make it clear that they
tainability science has emerged as a field of study in the and will need to be changed in a matter of time. recognize the importance of sustainable practices.
21st century. As more corporations look for ways to in- Corporations are extremely influential in the U.S. and
tegrate sustainability into their resources and produc- Maintain Standards should dedicate their efforts to incorporate sustainable
tion, they look for experts who know the particularities Following rules and minimum standards is not practices, not only for their clients and customers but to
of sustainable practices. enough. Sustainability stan- encourage their employees and the public to do the
Sarah Morrow, a sustain- dards at the legislative level same. Companies should look for sustainability special-
ability student from Ari- are a minimum requirement ists to help them reduce their carbon footprint and help
zona State University, for good practices that com- them be leaders in their communities. Whether it’s re-
took a class trip to an is- panies should be incorporat- cycling, using entirely renewable resources for power,
land in Hong Kong, ing into their business. or performing additional reviews of materials to protect
where she was able to see While holding corporations their employees, every step towards sustainability
the impact of littering on to higher standards would counts.
beaches and put into per- likely help an overall transi-
spective what the impact tion to more sustainable Earthwall® is produced by
of sustainability is and practices, legislative policy Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss and is a
why she was drawn to is influenced largely by or- registered trademark of
that field. “There were a ganizations which would Earth Action Network Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit.
lot of dead fish …it solid- not necessarily benefit from SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO:
these changes. The Environmental Protection Agency question@earthtalk.org.
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Although this particular review is no longer man- The information contained in this column does not
dated, corporations should continue to perform thor- necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News.

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The Top 10
Wine Stories
of 2016

A
David White
BY ADAM STRUM leader Treasury Wine Estates reporting growth in the playing to traditions past.
look back on the events and trends that most im- strong double digits. New Zealand also showed impres-
pacted the wine world in 2016, and what they sive growth, with over 14 percent increase for 12 months 8. Off-Beat California
mean for the future of the industry. through summer 2016. Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc California made a big push beyond the heavy hitter va-
continues to set the pace. rieties of Cabernet, Chardonnay and Zinfandel with com-
1. Weird Weather Worldwide pelling, small-production wines in the $20 to $30 range.
Climate change continues to affect the 5. Millennials Find a Ribolla Gialla, Albariño, Kerner, Tempranillo and Godello
wine world in a major, Tem ec u la Valley Voice in the Somm were just a few foreigners to make inroads. Also, new re-
ia's
ery in Californ atthew Burlile Ren-
primarily negative way. Renzoni Win M This year saw the rise of gions in the south of the state emerged, with a Los Olivos
oto courtesy Temecula Valley at
This year saw hailstorms at night / Ph ia’s top somms and wine direc- district approved, Sta. Rita Hills expanded and San Luis
in Californ
across France, drought in zoni Winery thew Burlile tors nationwide under age Obispo Coast proposed.
California, El Niño in ht / Photo courtesy Mat 40, reflecting the well-
n ig
South America’s major known rise of wine 9. Spain is Caliente
wine regions and devastat- drinkers in the millennial A sommelier darling (and chef favorite), Spanish wine
ing late spring frosts in Aus- set. Young experts were continued to gain steam in the glass this year, with Spanish
tria, to name a few. While seen increasingly on the value bottlings from regions like Cariñena, Jumilla (as
always unpredictable, wine floor of the country’s best well as classics like Rioja and Rías Baixas) on fire nation-
farming this year was an un- restaurants, armed with a wide. Good quality, favorable prices and continued inter-
usually wild ride, with low fresh perspective and a est in Spanish cuisine made Americans tip a glass to
yields, wacky weather pat- taste for wines from un- España in 2016.
terns and unpredictable tem- conventional locales like Corsica,
perature fluctuations. Greece, Georgia and Croatia, as well as a knowledge in 10. Cross-Drinking A Way of Life
new styles of wines (think sparkling red wines, natural Boundaries between beverages fell away further this
2. Continued Expansion and Acquisition wines). year, with wine lovers also seeking out high-quality beer
Continued expansion in America at the producer level,
whether via real-estate acquisition (Jackson Family Wines 6. Rosé Year-Round and Wine Enthusiast's 40 Under 40 of 2016
in Oregon) or by brand acquisition (Constellation Brands From All Corners of the Photo by Paul Ares
buying Charles Smith Wines, Gallo buying Orin Swift, Globe
Ste. Michelle buying Patz & Hall) was a big story this No longer relegated to
year. Beer companies were in on the action too, with AB- summer picnics and sailing
InBev purchasing Virginia-based Devils Backbone Brew- trips, the pink stuff was con-
ing Company and MillerCoors picking up a majority stake sumed at record volumes all
in Oregon’s Hop Valley Brewing Co., not to mention AB- year long in the U.S., with
InBev’s approved bid to acquire SABMiller. rosé bottlings from virtually
every wine-producing region
3. Sparkling Wine is Celebrated in the world appearing on
From Spanish Cava to Champagne to the ever-popular shelves and lists nationwide.
Prosecco and beyond, bubbles were consumed morning, Its popularity keeps growing, and numerous big-volume and spirits. In opposition to the segmentation of past years,
noon and night at eateries and in homes nationwide this producers plan rosé launches in 2017—which means it the modern drinking mentality (fueled heavily by younger
year. With diverse offerings from every major wine region will become ever more ubiquitous. consumers) reflected a taste for like-minded product
in the world on shelves and offering price points to match across the categories.
most wallets, the sparkling stuff came closer to becoming 7. A New Era of Restaurant Wine Lists/Pairings
an everyday wine for many Americans. Restaurant wine lists nationwide got shorter and
more specific in 2016, focusing on quality and di- David White is the founder and editor of Terroirist.com,
4. G’Day for Australia and New Zealand versity rather than massive scale. Plus, the days of which was named Best Overall Wine Blog"
Still selling millions of cases of Yellow Tail, Australia rigid wine pairing menus and classic pairings seem at the 2013 Wine Blog Awards.
nonetheless gained traction for higher-end wine this year, to be behind us as sommelier/chef teams get cre- His columns are housed at Grape Collective.
with exports of wine to the U.S. over $10 up 21 percent ative about pairing wines to stimulate new re-
Overall exports to the U.S. increased 4 percent, with sponses rather than just finding copacetic pairs or The information contained in this column does not
necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News

These Common Surgeries Have the Highest Death Rates
Jessica Wick
No one wants to consider complications when they undergo surgery. Medical
research shows even the most statistically safe surgeries come with risks. Unfor-
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tunately, these common surgeries and procedures have high mortality
rates. We’ll also take a quick look at why you should consider surgery.

1. Septal myotomy
Mortality rate: 0.4%
Complications: irregular heart rhythms, blood clots leading to stroke,
aortic valve problems, and removal of too much heart muscle
When done successfully, this surgery reduces the thickening of the heart
muscles. The procedure is quite complicated, and you’ll have to spend
time in the ICU if you survive. Fortunately, this surgery has a low mor-
tality rate of only 0.4% in the first 30 days afterward.

2. Esophagectomy
Mortality rate: 6-7%
Complications: blood loss, pneumonia, and injury to the spleen or the
tracheaAn open esophagectomy, or esophageal resection, is a type of sur-
gery in which a part of the esophagus or the entire esophagus is removed.
The procedure carries a lot of risk due to the reconstruction of the area
between the stomach and the healthy part of the esophagus.

3. Removal of part of the large intestine Serious operations can affect your emotions.
Mortality rate: 16.9% Shironosov/iStock/Getty Image
Complications: heart attack, blood clots, and incisional hernia
The most burdensome emergency surgery involves removing part of the large
intestine. The most common reason for this procedure is a symptom called volvu-
lus, meaning the large intestine twists itself into a knot and creates a blockage. 25
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YOU THINK GAS IS EXPENSIVE
Moe Kanoudi
Designer Glasses

All these examples do NOT imply Brake Fluid, 12 oz , $3.15 ... $33.60 true: $5,200 a gal.
that gasoline is cheap; per gallon! $5,200 A GALLON!!!

The information contained in this column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News
it just illustrates how outrageous
some prices are. Vick's NyQuil, 6 oz , $8.35 .. So, the next time you're
$178.13 per gallon! at the pump, be glad your
You will be really shocked by the car doesn't run on
last one Pepto Bismol, 4 oz, $3.85 . $123.20 water, Scope, Whiteout,
(at least, I was)!!! per gallon! Pepto Bismol, NyQuil
or, God forbid, Printer
Think a gallon of gas is expensive? Whiteout, 7 oz , $1.39 ........ $25.42 Ink!!!!!
per gallon!
This makes one think, and also puts And - If you don't pass
things into perspective. Scope, 1.5 oz , $0.99 ....$84.48 per this along to at least one
gallon! person,
Diet Snapple, 16 oz , $1.29 .. $10.32 less people will
per gallon! And this is the REAL KICKER…. know...... !!
Evian water, 9 oz , $1.49 ..$21.19 May you be happy and
Starbuck's Reg. Coffee 16 oz, per gallon! well.
$2.10... $16.80 per gallon! $21.19 for a gallon of WATER!!
and the buyers don't even know the
Lipton Ice Tea, 16 oz , $1.19 .. $9.52 source!!
per gallon!

Gatorade, 20 oz , $1.59 ..... $10.17
per gallon!
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(Evian spelled backwards is Naive.)

Ever wonder why computer printers
are so cheap? So they
can hook you for the ink. Someone
Ocean Spray, 16 oz , $1.25 .. $10.00 calculated the cost of
per gallon! the ink; you won't believe it but it's
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4×4 Smarts: Safe Driving Tips for
How to Use 4-Wheel-Drive
Family Handyman 6/22/2018 Don’t destroy your drivetrain fully automatic. They shift into and out of few figure eights.
Not sure which system you have? Driving a part-time 4WD system on dry 4WD automatically as the system detects Next, follow your owner’s manual for
Four-wheel-drive systems are offered in pavement can break the front axles, shear the need for more traction. differential and transfer case fluid changes
many configurations such as part time, full the differential gears and even break apart Knowing when to use 4HI or 4LO is even if you don’t use your 4WD very often.
time, manual shift, on-the-fly shifting, and the differential case. As soon as you hit dry what causes the most confusion for 4WD And grease drive-shaft slip joints and U-
fully automatic. Each system has its own pavement, shift back into 2WD. vehicle owners, so here are some rules. joints (where possible).
requirements for how you engage and dis-
engage it and when you can operate the ve- 4WD VS. AWD: WHAT’S HOW TO USE WHEN TO USE…
hicle in 4WD mode. If you’re unsure which THE DIFFERENCE? TRACTION/STABILITY When to Use 4LO:
system you have, ask a dealer, who can fig- Traditional 4WD How to use traction/stability • When you need more torque (power)
ure it out from your VIN. In two-wheel-drive mode, the system de- Most new cars and trucks have a trac- for heavy pulling at slow speeds.
livers all the engine torque to the rear dif- tion/stability control feature. The system • When you’re climbing steep grades at
4WD can be dangerous ferential, so each rear wheel receives 50 automatically turns on every time you start slow speeds and need extra power.
• 4WD doesn’t improve handling on slick percent of the available engine torque. In your vehicle. When the traction/stability • When you’re descending steep hills
ice- and snow-covered roads. If you drive 4WD mode, each wheel receives 25 percent control system detects wheel slip or vehicle with a heavy load-the low gearing provides
faster than conditions allow, you’re far of the available engine torque. Older 4WD instability, it immediately tries to compen- engine braking assistance.
more likely to flip and roll because of your systems must be manually shifted between sate by cutting engine power, braking the • Don’t use 4LO to get unstuck in mud
higher center of gravity. 2WD and 4WD and from 4HI to 4LO while slipping wheel or braking other wheels to and snow. The extra torque will cause the
• 4WD doesn’t help you brake better or the vehicle is stopped. Newer systems have force the vehicle back into its intended tires to spin.
give you more stability in turns while brak- electronic push button ‘on the fly’ features path. It
that let you shift while driving. works great When to Use 4HI:
when you’re • When you’re on slippery surfaces and
© Stuart A. Bourdon Traditional AWD traveling driving at street or highway speeds.
An AWD car can deliver all en- along the • When you’re stuck in snow, mud or
gine torque to all four wheels all road and hit a ice.
the time. But some AWD systems slick spot.
deliver all engine torque to the But when Tire size & tire rotation are critical
front differential until the system you’re stuck, The front, center and rear differentials
detects wheel slip. Then it trans- traction/sta- in 4WD vehicles are designed to compen-
fers a varying degree of engine bility control sate for short-term differences in wheel
torque (0 to 100 percent) to the can work speeds encountered when turning a cor-
rear wheels. So it’s a 2WD system against you, ner or changing lanes. But mismatched
most of the time. Other AWD sys- making it harder to get out of a rut in snow, tires, whether they’re a different size or a
tems work differently; they split mud or ice. different tread depth, force the differentials
the engine torque 50/50 between So when you get stuck, turn off your ve- to operate full time even if you’re going
the front and the rear differentials hicle’s traction/stability control. The proce- straight down the road. That constant oper-
ing. So slow down when you’re turning and at all times unless they detect wheel slip. dure is different for each vehicle, so refer ation creates excessive heat and causes pre-
brake sooner. Then they ‘reapportion’ the torque between to your owner’s manual. Depending on the mature wear that can cost thousands in
• 4WD contributes to overconfidence. the front and the back differentials based on vehicle, the traction/stability control may unnecessary repair bills. A difference in
Guess which vehicles end up in the ditch need. turn itself on again after a set period or after tread depth of just 1/16 in. among tires is
more often? an engine restart. You may have to turn it enough to cause early failure.
KNOW HOW TO ENGAGE off repeatedly if you’re stuck for an ex- Front tires wear faster than rear tires be-
Don’t waste gas AND DISENGAGE tended period. cause they carry more weight, perform
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When you’re in 4WD, you’re spinning a YOUR 4WD more braking and turn the vehicle. So ro-
lot more heavy metal. Getting those extra Know how to engage and disengage 4 WD – Use it or lose it tating your tires every 5,000 to 7,000 miles
gears and drive shafts up to speed and keep- your 4WD 4 WD systems work best and last longest is critical to spreading the wear evenly and
ing them spinning take extra energy, which Some older and more basic 4WD sys- when they’re used regularly and maintained minimizing differential operation. If a tire
lowers your gas mileage. If you don’t need tems must by engaged manually with the according to factory recommendations. is wearing unevenly, exceeding the 1/16-in.
4WD, turn it off and save some dough at vehicle at a complete stop and the transmis- When a 4WD system sits unused for threshold, you’ll have to buy four new tires,
the gas pump. sion in either Park or Neu- months at a time, the linkage or shave down the new tire to match the
tral. Don’t try to engage and hub components seize, the tread depth of the others.
If you get stuck these systems when the ve- seals dry out and the lube Finally, different tread brands, tread pat-
Resist the temptation to shift between hicle is moving or you can drains off gears. The best way terns and even different rubber compounds
forward and reverse to rock yourself out of damage expensive compo- to keep all 4WD components can result in different traction rates between
a rut. Instead, shift into 4HI and slowly nents. However, most lubricated and in good operat- the tires, and that stresses 4WD compo-
feather the gas pedal to inch your way out. 4WD systems can now be ing condition is to engage nents. So avoid mixing different brands or
Don’t spin your wheels. If that doesn’t shifted into or out of 4WD your 4WD at least once every tread patterns on your 4WD vehicle.
work, rock the vehicle back and forth by on the fly at the push of a few months on wet pavement
applying and releasing the gas. button. The most sophisti- (preferably in a secluded park- IMAGES: © Provided by The Family

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Millionaires Flee California After Tax Hike
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FORBES' Patrick Gleason / Contributor collects 6.25% of nothing. Instead of the state coffers gaining the extra
According to new research released by Charles Varner, associate director $106 million the politicians predicted, millionaires paid $100 million less
of the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, California lost an esti- in taxes than they did last year -- even at higher rates…All of this means
mated 138 high-income individuals following passage of the Proposition that the burden of paying for bloated government in Annapolis will fall on
30 income tax increase championed by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) and approved the middle class. Thanks to the futility of soaking the rich, these working
by Golden State voters in 2012. families will now pay Mr. O'Malley's ‘fair share.’”
This new research by Varner updates a previous paper released six years Some, like the folks at Next 10, a San Francisco-based think tank, point
ago that looked at domestic migration to and from California following a to high housing costs as a more important factor than high taxes when it
2004 income tax hike. comes to what is driving people to leave California. While it’s clear that
“One reason we wanted to update our previous paper is that this tax change up is the only direction in which most California legislators want to take
in 2012 is the largest state tax change that we have seen
in the U.S. for the last three decades,” Varner said.
Prop. 30 raised the state’s top income tax rate by
more than 29%, increasing it three percentage points
from 10.3% to 13.3%, which is now the highest state
income tax rate in the nation. Prop. 30 also hiked the
tax rate on income between $300,000 and $500,000 by
two percentage points (a 21.5% rate increase), and
raised the rate on income between $500,000 and
$1,000,000 by three percentage points (a more than
32% rate hike).
In 2016, California voters extended the Prop. 30 in-
come tax increases, which were originally scheduled
to expire in 2019, until 2030. There will be an effort
to extend those income tax hikes yet again prior to their
expiration in 2030; book it now.
Varner’s new research examined taxpayers who were
and were not hit by the Prop. 30 rate hikes. He found
that in the two years before the Prop. 30 tax hike was
imposed (2011 and 2012), net in-migration for both
groups “was positive and roughly constant.” Yet fol-
lowing 2012 and the passage of Prop. 30, net in-mi-
gration dropped for households that were facing an
effective tax increase of 0.5 percent or more. The re-
duction was greatest for households facing the highest effective tax hike, the state’s overall tax burden, it’s uncertain what action, if any, California
according to Varner and his coauthors. officials will take to reduce exorbitant housing costs. When given the op-
This isn’t surprising for those who are familiar with other attempts to portunity to institute a modest reform this year to help alleviate the high
soak the rich with punitive state income tax hikes on high earners. Take cost of housing, California officials declined.
what happened in Maryland after Martin O’Malley, the former Democratic Earlier this year Assemblyman Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) intro-
presidential candidate and governor, imposed a millionaires tax hike a duced Senate Bill 827, legislation that would permit higher density housing
decade ago. near mass transit stops statewide. Passage of 827 would’ve permitted apart-
In 2008, in an attempt to address a state budget deficit brought about by ment buildings of up to five stories to be constructed near stations for San
Maryland’s structural overspending problem, then-Gov. O’Malley cham- Francisco’s BART, Los Angeles‘s Metro Rail, and other mass transit stops
pioned and enacted a new millionaire income tax bracket, raising the rate throughout California. Despite claims that they are defenders of the down-
to 6.25%. A May 2009 Wall Street Journal editorial described the disap- trodden, Democrats who have steep majorities in both chambers of the Cal-
pearance of one-third of the state’s millionaires in the year following O’- ifornia legislature were unable to pass Wiener’s bill. The failure to enact
Malley’s tax increase: Wiener’s bill, which policy experts across the political spectrum viewed as
One year later, nobody's grinning. One-third of the millionaires have dis- a reasonable reform with which to begin addressing high housing costs,
appeared from Maryland tax rolls. In 2008 roughly 3,000 million-dollar in- leaves little hope for those who want to see California lawmakers repeal or
come tax returns were reform regulations that unnecessarily inflate the cost of housing.
filed by the end of April. Going back to California’s high tax burden, Varner’s new research backs
This year there were up the old adage that when you tax something you get less of it. That applies
2,000, which the state whether the thing being taxed is cigarettes, booze, or, in California’s case,
%342,4!2045).1/- comptroller's office con- millionaires.
'"3+25#/-00+ cedes is a 'substantial de- Patrick Gleason is vice president of state affairs at Americans for Tax Re-
cline.' On those missing form, and a senior fellow at the Beacon Center of Tennessee. Follow Patrick
returns, the government on Twitter: @PatrickMGleason
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