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    US Olympian Caroline Marks wins Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro
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    Caroline Marks is carried up the beach after winning the Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro in Oceanside.
    Caroline Marks is carried up the beach after winning the Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro in Oceanside.
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    Caroline Marks carves up a wave at the Super Girl Surf Pro.
    Caroline Marks carves up a wave at the Super Girl Surf Pro.
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    ‘The Ultimate Surfer’ star Tia Blanco signs an autograph on the beach after her heat.
    ‘The Ultimate Surfer’ star Tia Blanco signs an autograph on the beach after her heat.
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    Caitlin Simmers of Oceanside finished second to Caroline Marks at the Super Girl Surf Pro.
    Caitlin Simmers of Oceanside finished second to Caroline Marks at the Super Girl Surf Pro.
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    Brianna Cope from ‘The Ultimate Surfer’ takes a selfie with a fan on the beach after a heat.
    Brianna Cope from ‘The Ultimate Surfer’ takes a selfie with a fan on the beach after a heat.
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    The Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro wrapped its 15th annual three-day festival event at Oceanside Pier on Sunday, crowning Team USA Olympian Caroline Marks with the coveted Super Girl cape – a title the 19-year-old phenom has been chasing since her first appearance in 2014.

    Marks came close several times, making it to the semifinals in 2017 and 2019 and finishing as runner-up in 2018. She battled hometown hero, 16-year-old Caitlin Simmers, to victory with an incredible air reverse, sparking what the judges called "fireworks in the ocean." 

    "It feels so good," said Marks. "It was such a fun final! I did the air reverse for the win, which was really special. It’s something I’ve been working on and I’m really stoked to pull it off. My goal, just in general, is to push the progression of women's surfing, and everyone’s been surfing so well. It feels really great to come out on top and finally get the Super Girl cape.”  

    Oceanside’s Caitlin Simmers was just shy of clinching her second Super Girl win, taking the cape last year alongside Lakey Peterson in a specialty event with a team format. "It feels really good to make another finals day but I wished I would've won," said Simmers. "I would not have wanted to lose to anyone else but Caroline (Marks). She does the sickest airs.”

    Sunday’s contest also featured world-class pro surfers Tatiana Weston-Webb, Coco Ho, Macy Callaghan, and “The Ultimate Surfer” star Tia Blanco, coming up short to the next generation of talent, including Encinitas local, Alyssa Spencer, who made it to the semifinals against Marks by knocking off No. 2 ranked Weston-Webb.  

    Super Girl’s new Longboarding Competition also debuted Sunday on the north side of the pier, showcasing the skills of two-time World Longboard Champion Honolua Blomfield; 2018 WSL World Champion Soleil Errico; and many others in a star-studded field. Hawaii’s Kirra Seale took home the win and also the first Super Girl cape for the Longboarding division.

    Bethany Hamilton also made an appearance Sunday after being eliminated in yesterday’s contest to support and commentate on the Adaptive Exhibition, featuring Saturday’s competitive winners Alana Nichols (Prone Division) and Faith Lennox (Stand Division) alongside athletes Jimena Ruiz Rojas, Victoria Feige, Quinn Whitely, Ling Pai, and Darian Haynes.  

     

    Women’s adaptive surfing is rising,” said Vancouver’s Victoria Feige, an adaptive surfer in the Kneel Division. “We’re slowing moving towards the Paralympics, but we want to showcase what we can do on the waves and inspire more girls like us to get involved. I never thought I’d be good enough to surf in a competition like this and now I have two world championships. Surfing is really for anyone.”  

    Female empowerment is always the theme at the Super Girl festivities. Sunday’s event included an inspiring leadership panel with Dr. Jen Welter, the first female coach in NFL History; Major Lauren Olme, an F16 Fighter Pilot and one of the first women to fly the B-1 bomber; Lisa Marie Ferrell, Lenovo’s Head of Communications; and Allyson Witherspoon, CMO of Nissan USA, along with the Super Girl Gamer Pro in the Lenovo Legion Esports Arena hosting a Women’s Valorant Tournament.  

    The Nissan Concert Series rocked over 20 free performances throughout the weekend from Sofia Carson, Plain White T’s, Maggie Lindemann, Kira Kosarin, Austin Mahone and many more.  

    The event is proud to be supported by Nissan, in conjunction with the California Nissan Dealers, the U.S. Air Force, Jolyn, Paul Mitchell, Legion by Lenovo, Celsius, Venus, White Claw, the U.S. Marines, the Mission Pacific Hotel, Locals Only Vodka, Frontwave Credit Union and Visit Oceanside. 

    ​​For more information, visit www.supergirlsurfpro.com and follow @SuperGirlPro 

    Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro Final Results: 

    1 - Caroline Marks (USA)  14.83    3,000 points 

    2 - Caitlin Simmers (USA) 14.27    2,400 points 

     

    Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro Semifinal Results: 

    SF 1: Caitlin Simmers (USA) 14.97 DEF. Keely Andrew (AUS) 11.17 

    SF 2: Caroline Marks (USA) 14.76 DEF. Alyssa Spencer (USA) 12.73  

     

    Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro Quarterfinal Results: 

    QF 1: Keely Andrew (AUS) 14.43 DEF. Sawyer Lindblad (USA) 10.00 

    QF 2: Caitlin Simmers (USA) 15.50 DEF. Vaihitimahana Inso (HAW) 11.70 

    QF 3: Alyssa Spencer (USA) 11.00 DEF. Chelsea Tuach (BRB) 10.50 

    QF 4: Caroline Marks (USA) 14.20 DEF. Meah Collins (USA) 10.73 

     

    Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro Round 4 Results: 

    Heat 1: Sawyer Lindblad (USA) 11.27 DEF. Bettylou Sakura Johnson (HAW) 9.94 

    Heat 2: Keely Andrew (AUS) 13.50 DEF. Macy Callaghan (AUS) 6.67 

    Heat 3: Vaihitimahana Inso (HAW) 12.27 DEF. Coco Ho (HAW) 11.43 

    Heat 4: Caitlin Simmers (USA) 14.86 DEF. Vahine Fierro (FRA) 12.50 

    Heat 5: Chelsea Tuach (BRB) 10.20 DEF. Sarah Baum (ZAF) 5.30 

    Heat 6: Alyssa Spencer (USA) 15.00 DEF. Tatiana Weston-Webb (BRA) 10.24 

    Heat 7: Meah Collins (USA) 12.17 DEF. Molly Picklum (AUS) 7.90 

    Heat 8: Caroline Marks (USA) 13.34 DEF. Tia Blanco (USA) 8.57 

     

    Longboard Competition Results:   

    1 - Kiera Seale  

    2 - Summer Romero 

    3 - Avalon Gall  

    3- Summer Richley  

     

    Adaptive Surfing Results:   

    Prone Division 1 - Alana Nichols,  2 - Isabella Dessenp 

    Stand Division 1 - Faith Lennox,  2 - Jimena Ruiz Rojas 

     
    Super Girl Gamer Collegiate Valorant Tournament Winner: Cal Poly Pomona  

     

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    The Social Diary – ‘Queen’ May Z living the ‘Dolce’ life, the Positive Movement, and rock star happenings at Beaumont’s
    by MARGO SCHWAB
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    Board members accept proclamation from County of San Diego naming Aug. 28 The Positive Movement Foundation Day, left to right, Dan Fulkerson, Councilmember Raul Campillo, Hailey Waitt, Omid Sabet, Geena Aguilar – Positive Movement.
    Board members accept proclamation from County of San Diego naming Aug. 28 The Positive Movement Foundation Day, left to right, Dan Fulkerson, Councilmember Raul Campillo, Hailey Waitt, Omid Sabet, Geena Aguilar – Positive Movement.
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    May and Emad Zawaideh – Venice.
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    Alex Yanke, Diva Betech, and Emily Waitt – Positive Movement.
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    Fondly known as “Queen” May, May Zawaideh creates quite a royal stir wherever she goes. Whether it’s Elton John’s Castle for an AIDS benefit, or recently in this case to Venice, Italy for the very over-the-top Alta Moda three-day extravaganza of fashion and parties hosted by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana aka Dolce & Gabbana to you and me. A very coveted invite indeed as only 450 were extended worldwide!

    And so off May and her husband Emad Zawaideh went for a whirlwind venture of dinners, fashion shows, one had a bit of hail storm, and some all-night club action. All night, wearing what else, custom Alta Moda Dolce & Gabbana!

    May’s favorite moments were with newlywed Lady Kitty Spencer, who would be the late Princess Diana’s niece, Jwana Karim, Manuel Arnaut, Shaun Wheeler, of course, the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, and her Emad.

    Meanwhile locally, the Positive Movement Foundation held a fundraiser on McKee Street downtown to the tune of 200 people and $150,000 raised. All with the mission of educationally empowering San Diego’s most vulnerable youth with school supplies, computers, tutoring, mentoring to promulgate a better future.

    Our team is dedicated to the betterment of San Diego’s greatest at-risk children,” said Positive Movement Foundation founder and president Omid Sabet. How cool is it that the Positive Movement Foundation has its own day too now in San Diego, Aug. 28!

    Of ‘note’ in La Jolla was the upcoming band Classless Act performing at Beaumont’s Restaurant. This signed band will be touring next year with Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett. On hand was Kristi Pieper, the proud rock momma of guitarist Dane Pieper. Dane and his bandmates Griffin Tucker, Franco Gravante, Derek Day, and Chuck McKissock have quite the following of PYT, pretty young things, and quite the future!

    Til next time!

    Margo Schwab is the owner and publisher of The Social Diary. She has produced TV segments, acted, and is currently filming a documentary ‘Wild for Versace,’ which will include elements of her passions, animals and fashion. For event coverage inquiries, Margo can be contacted at mschwab@san.rr.com.

     

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    LJCDS cross country: Team uninterrupted
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    La Jolla Country Day cross country team. PHOTO BY ED PIPER
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    “This year is definitely looking up,” says Alyssa Vo, a sophomore cross country runner at La Jolla Country Day who is embarking on her first real fall sports season after the “athletics interrupted” COVID mess of a year ago.

    Sure, it’s trite, but to run two informal running events last fall on the beach against local rivals and to not even have the meets worthy of recording on Athletic.net is to lose a year and to yearn for a season that’s going to count. “I kind of ran last year,” Vo, as she warms up for today’s team workout, says somewhat apologetically. She also plays right fullback on the Torreys girls soccer unit.

    As Alyssa and her Torreys teammates prepare for another meet this week, you can hardly detect there was a missed season in 2020 unless you ask individual runners, while coach Scott Sanders walks (curious phrase) them through times, pacing, going out too fast or slow at the Raven Invitational last week. Vo, who enjoys studying Spanish and science, follows along quietly in the back of Room 102 on campus.

    “We have younger and older (runners),” Sanders, in his 21st year as head coach, tells a reporter beforehand. So many of the athletes are enjoying recording times and finding out where they are in training and competition after the “interrupted” year.

    Paul Criado ran 17:11.60 over three miles at the Canyon Crest meet Sept. 4. Other senior boys are Jake Needle (17:15.17), Eisa Al Mazrouei (18:04.55), Varun Singh (18:37.63), and Aidan Ideker (18:57.71). David Thorpe recorded a time of 20:04.60, while Jacob Walter came in at 20:11.96, and Ricardo Cervera 20:57.81. Seven run as a team, the five fastest count toward the team finish.

    “I’ve never been the fastest,” says Cervera, one of the eight senior males out of 24 boys and three girls on the squad. But he seeks to get better, and he values the friendships. “I’ve been running for four years. It’s good exercise. I have a lot of friends on the team. There are workouts that are at ‘conversation’ speed. We have a chance to talk a good 45 minutes.”

    Ricardo is named one of three LJCDS athletes of the Raven meet, breaking a seven-minute-per-mile pace. Sareena Perez, a freshman, is another, running “by far her fastest race” in 11:52.69 in the 1.5-mile frosh/soph girls event. William Cleaves, a fellow ninth-grader, is the third honoree, with 9:56.18 over 1.5 miles.

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    Take a little piece of Dame Zandra Rhodes home from IKEA
    by DIANA CAVAGNARO
    Sep 19, 2021 | 1716 views | 7 7 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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    Dame Zandra Rhodes’ KARISMATISK Collection at IKEA. PHOTO BY DIANA CAVAGNARO
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    Dame Zandra Rhodes just launched a new collection called KARISMATISK in collaboration with IKEA. This collection includes 26 statement-making pieces and is available in IKEA stores globally.

    When you visit IKEA in San Diego, you will first go up the stairs and to your surprise, the first thing you see is the new launch of Zandra Rhodes. It is very exciting to see this fabulous collection of long-time resident and supporter of many San Diego charities. After much planning, the IKEA team came up with a collection reflecting her aesthetics. They used the five dimensions of democratic design, which are form, function, quality, and sustainability at an affordable price. This means that everyone can now afford to take a little piece of Rhodes home with them.

    Rhodes’ inspiration comes from organic material and nature. Her prints are inspired by travel such as the chevron stripes from Ukraine and the symbols of the Native North Americans. She is also inspired by Japanese flowers, calligraphy, and shells. Using these patterns along with the power of color they have made products that will add character or charisma to the home. They have used recycled material wherever possible and the focus is less is more.

    This eye-catching KARISMATISK Collection makes a statement. It says “Here I am!” You can have so much fun with these home furnishings by mixing and matching cushions, rugs, and textiles. They also have cut fabric in two different designs, which you can make into something unique or this material is perfect for all the quilters out there.

    It’s the sort of collection that people can just take one piece of and it can brighten up their lives or they can take several pieces,” says Zandra Rhodes.

    For those who are not familiar with Zandra Rhodes, she was one of the new wave of British designers who put London at the forefront of the international fashion scene in the 1970s. She is famous for her use of vibrant colors and fearless prints and has been a revolutionary force in the fashion and textile worlds for over five decades and author of many books.

    This collection is a manifesto for fearless self-expression at home. During these uncertain times using color helps uplift the spirit. KARISMATISK encourages all color lovers to “be bold, be fabulous, be you!”

    My favorite quote from this international fashion designer is, “Colour makes people happy and happy looks good on everyone.” For more information, visit zandrarhodes.com.

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Saturday, Sept. 25 – The Show Must Go On… So Strut! Vista Hill and A New PATH Fashion Show at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina. Boutique shopping, luncheon, and theatrical fashion show presented by Gretchen Productions. For more info, call 619-670-1184.

    Saturday, Oct. 2 – FWSD21 Designer Runway Shows from 6-9 p.m. at U4RIK Spirits Distillery and Event Space in San Marcos. For tickets, visit fashionweeksd.com.

    Saturday, Oct. 2 – 35th Annual Fur Ball Gala at the San Diego Humane Society from 6-11 p.m. at 5500 Gaines St. Dogs and humans dressed in the finest attire. For more information, visit sdhumane.org/furball.

    Sunday, Oct. 3 – FWSD21 Designer Trunk Show and Awards from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Spirits Distillery and Event Space in San Marcos. For tickets, visit fashionweeksd.com.

     

    Diana Cavagnaro is an internationally renowned Couture Milliner based in the San Diego area. Learn more about our hat designer, teacher, and blogger at DianaCavagnaro.com.

     

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    Birch Aquarium to open Beyster Family Little Blue Penguins habitat next year
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    Little Blues are the smallest species of penguin — less than 12 inches tall, and weighing just  2-3 pounds — and are known for their unique blue color, and their big personalities.
    Little Blues are the smallest species of penguin — less than 12 inches tall, and weighing just  2-3 pounds — and are known for their unique blue color, and their big personalities.
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    The biggest news in the history of Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego is little … Little Blue Penguins, that is. The aquarium has announced the addition of the Beyster Family Little Blue Penguins habitat, which will open in summer 2022. 

    Little Blues are the smallest species of penguin — less than 12 inches tall, and weighing just  2-3 pounds — and are known for their unique blue color, and their big personalities. Birch Aquarium will be the only aquarium in the Western U.S. to house these gregarious sea birds. 

    “We are so very excited to be adding the Beyster Family Little Blue Penguins to Birch Aquarium at Scripps. The new facility will allow us to contribute to an international Species Survival Plan and create an interesting new guest experience,” said executive director, Harry Helling. “Little Blue Penguins will be wonderful ambassadors that can help us to engage our community more deeply and further our mission to connect understanding to protecting our ocean planet.” 

    Ground-breaking for this exciting project will begin on Sept.  27 with completion expected by spring.  Birch Aquarium will be closed Sept. 27-30 to avoid negatively impacting the guest experience. Beyster Little Blue Penguins will be installed in the Nigella Hillgarth Education Courtyard. 

    Beyster Family Little Blue Penguins is named in honor of a $1 million gift from the Beyster Family, who are long-time supporters of Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Birch Aquarium. 

    “Their graceful swimming and diving abilities and awkwardness on land have endeared these little Southern Australian marine animal ambassadors to the Beyster Family. We are proud to support Birch Aquarium’s mission to shed light on the survival challenges that Little Blue Penguins face along with other seabird species,” said James Beyster. 

    In Beyster Family Little Blue Penguins, guests will be immersed in the world of Little Blue Penguins, learning about some of the challenges facing these birds in the wild, and how our future is tied directly to theirs. The 2,900-square-foot exhibit will include  rocky and sandy shore habitat and an 18,000-gallon pool where guests will observe the penguins socializing, interacting, and nest building. The exhibit also includes a small amphitheater for guests to observe birds swimming, and a discovery cave for children to closely observe Little Blue Penguins on land and inside nesting burrows.

    “Little Blue Penguins and other seabirds are sentinel species for our ocean’s health and help us understand how we can be better stewards for our planet,” said Jenn Nero Moffatt, senior director of animal care, science and conservation. “Penguins, by their unique nature, are adored by our community and in this way help to serve as great animal ambassadors. We hope that one look at their awkward waddling, their pint-sized bodies, torpedo swimming and social nature will leave our guests enchanted, and wanting to learn how to aid in conservation efforts.”

    Little Blue Penguins are native to the coastal dunes and rocky shores of Southern Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand and are part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ (AZA) collaborative international conservation program called Species Survival Plans (SSP). Each SSP Program coordinates the individual activities of participating member institutions through a variety of species conservation, research, husbandry, management, and educational initiatives

    Though penguins are common in zoos and aquariums, only a handful of AZA institutions have Little Blue Penguins. They are Dallas World Aquarium, the Bronx Zoo, Adventure Aquarium, Louisville Zoo, and the Cincinnati Zoo. 

    Six Little Blue Penguins from Dallas World Aquarium are currently behind-the-scenes at Birch Aquarium, in an aviary built especially for them. Ten additional birds are expected to arrive from Australian zoos ahead of the opening.

    In addition to the naming gift made by the Beyster Family, generous gifts have also been received by Julia R. Brown to name the aquatic animal life support system, Miranda Ko and Jared Cui to name one of the penguins, and a gift from an anonymous donor to name the amphitheater. These gifts also contribute to the Campaign for UC San Diego.

    There are still many opportunities for the community to support the Little Blue Penguins habitat including the naming of individual birds, the children’s discovery cave and the VIP Observation and Conservation suite, as well as several others. Those interested in making a gift or learning more, may contact Adeline Duke at amduke@ucsd.edu or 858-822-5803.
    Once open, the Beyster Family Little Blue Penguins habitat  will be included in the cost of Birch Aquarium admission. For more information, visit aquarium.ucsd.edu

     

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