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Sep 7, 2016

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Legislator plans Labor Day picnic

State Sen. Tony Mendoza conducts his annual Labor Day Family Picnic from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 3 at Artesia Park, 18750 Clarkdale Ave.Mendoza invites all of his constituents in the 32nd state Senate District to attend. Planned are free food and refreshments, games and prizes. Information: (562) 860-3202. Other upcoming events include: Friday, Sept. 2 Health screenings: PIH Health and the Los Nietos School District continue the fourth annual series of Healthy Los Nietos, a comprehensive school-based wellness collaborative program aimed at reducing the rising rates of childhood obesity, from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at Aeolian Elementary School, 11600 Aeolian St. Whittier. Blood pressure and body mass index screenings are taken for all students. (562) 692-0271 Library market: A farmers market is open in the Bruggemeyer Library parking lot, 318 S. Ramona Ave., Monterey Park, from 4 to 8 p.m. It features fresh and organic fruits, vegetables and flowers grown at California farms. Also available are hummus, breads and tamales, raw honey from Energy Bee Farms, peaches from Arnett Farms and a wide se... (Los Angeles Wave Newspapers)

May 18, 2016

On the Grapevine: It's flower hour

A TRANSCONTINENTAL Fragrant and refreshing (and no relation to caviar!), Beluga Noble Vodka (£27, 70cl, is made from Siberian artesian water and the combination of fresh lychee fruit and delicate elderflower makes this floral cocktail incredibly light, while the addition of orange bitters and lemon peel provides a zingy Mediterranean citrus finish. One for an Artisan Garden. 45ml Beluga Noble Vodka, 15ml lychee liqueur, 10ml lemon juice, 10ml elderflower cordial, 2 dashes of orange bitters, ginger ale Half fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the vodka, lychee, lemon juice, elderflower and orange bitters. Shake vigorously and strain into a chilled martini glass. Top up with ginger ale and garnish with lemon peel. FLOWER OF LONDON Creativity was flowing when the gin boffins at Portobello Road Gin (£25, 70cl, Waitrose) went foraging for some edible flowers to complement their blend of nine botanicals in this floral gin cocktail. 25ml Portobello Road Gin, 3 drops of orange flower water, 15ml Creme De Cacao Blanc, 10ml sugar syrup, tiny dash of grenadine, topped with La Mortuacienne pink lemonade Half fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add all the ingredients apart from the lemonade. Shake vigorously and strain into a champagne coupet and top with lemonade. Garnish with a selection of edible flowers. FRENCH FLOWER Distilled from French wheat and blended with water from Cognac, Grey Goose Original Vodka (£38, 70cl, have created the ultimate champagne cocktail to toast the Best in Show medal winners... 50ml Grey Goose Original, 20ml elderflower cordial, 20ml fresh lemon juice, 15ml Creme de Violette, 30ml champagne, violet flowers Half fill a collins glass with ice. Add the Creme de Violette to the bottom. Shake and strain the vodka, elderflower and lemon juice into the glass. Top with champagne and garnish with violet flowers. BELVEDERE SPRITZ A new signature long drink from Belvedere Vodka (£36, 70cl,, their summer spritz is a low ABV, low sugar cocktail that's beautifully refreshing and just the tonic... Fever-Tree Tonic Water limited edition Malaria No More UK metallic coloured bottles (£1.69, 50cl) have just launched in Asda with 10p from each bottle sold being donated to the charity. 30ml Belvedere, 30ml Lillet Blanc, 70ml Fever-Tree Tonic Water, 70ml soda water, 2 grapefruit slices, 1 sprig of thyme Half fill a large wine glass with ice. Add the vodka and Lillet Blanc, top with tonic and soda water and garnish with thyme and 2 slices of pink grapefruit. BEST BUY Legendary double act... Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt of rock band Status Quo have teamed up with another pair of great British producers to create a duo of classic drinks. The Dog of Two Head ale (4.2%abv) has been created with Hobsons Brewery in Shropshire, and Down Down cider (4.6% abv) with Celtic Marches in Herefordshire - both are available from Spar supermarkets nationwide from May 18. Dog of Two Head is a chestnut amber traditional ale with a modern citrus twist delivered by the British hops. While Down Down is made with the finest fresh-pressed cider apples grown on the Celtic Marches family farm. The ale and cider are sure to be enjoyed by Quo fans, and anyone who loves a great British product. LIQUID NEWS Eye of the needle... Coravin, the revolutionary wine system are releasing a stylish, limited edition Coravin Model Two Elite which is available in red, gold and silver. The new design uses the latest technology to allow users to pour a glass of wine without pulling the cork. However, the new model has been revamped in three sophisticated colours and the faster pouring needle is 20% quicker than its predecessor, the Coravin Model Eight. Coravin keeps the cork in place, whilst the accompanying gas capsule inserts argon gas into the bottle. The pressure of the argon pushes the wine through the needle, whilst pr... (Swindon Advertiser)

Apr 22, 2016

Las Vegas Is Betting It Can Become the Silicon Valley of Water

Water has always been central to Las Vegas. It was an artesian spring, now long drained, that first drew travelers here in the mid-19th century. The natural oasis gave rise to the city’s name, which means “the meadows” in Spanish. In 1922, Nevada cut a deal with six other states that gave the then sparsely populated state an annual allotment from the Colorado River. The 94-year old Colorado River Compact still governs the city’s water use. At the time, that allotment of 300,000 acre-feet (one acre-foot is the amount of water covering one acre of land one-foot deep, about 325,000 gallons) was more than enough to satisfy a state with fewer than 100,000 people, and a population of fewer than 5,000 in the Las Vegas valley. Visitors walk through the 14,000-square-foot Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Mark Peterson/Redux Pictures for Politico Magazine Amazingly, it still is enough, with room to spare. Rigorous conservation efforts don’t just outlaw front lawns, but also dictate when residents can water their flowers and wash their cars. And virtually every drop of water used indoors, which accounts for 40 percent of total water consumption, is treated, recycled and returned in near-drinkable quality to its source in Lake Mead 15 miles away. That’s a highly unusual feat for a water agency, but it’s also a crucial water management tool: for every gallon returned, the city gets credit and can take another gallon out, and it’s not counted against its water allotment. Much of this is the legacy of one person, Patricia Mulroy, who arrived here in 1974 to study German literature at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, went to work for Clark County in 1978—home to the city of Las Vegas—and by 1989 was running the Las Vegas Valley Water District, the biggest water utility in the Valley. In a business filled almost exclusively with buttoned-down male civil engineers, Mulroy became a celebrity. Charismatic and often abrasive, she was known alternately as the city’s Water Czar and its Water Witch, after a brazen move to buy up unclaimed groundwater in eastern Nevada and bring it to Las Vegas on a still-unbuilt 300-mile underground pipeline—an emergency reserve if Lake Mead continues its decline... (POLITICO Magazine)

Feb 3, 2016

Belinda Jane Niemi

Survivors include sons Matthew Niemi of Richland and James Niemi of Albuquerque; sister Debora Wilbourn and husband Allan of Artesia; brother Paul Trone and wife Janis of Carlsbad; grandson Jaxon Niemi of Richland; nieces Amanda Leggett of Midland, Texas, and Karli Wilbourn of Artesia; nephews Brad Trone of Santa Fe and Bryan Trone of Carlsbad; two great-nephews and a great-niece of Midland; daughter-in-love Amanda Aunspaugh of Richland; cousins Cliff and Wren Stroud, Janean Fiest, Rick and Brenda West, Rocky and Gay West of Carlsbad, along with their extended families; and special friends Allene and Billy Warren of Carlsbad and Tammy and Mark Taylor of Richland. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Rev. L.B. and Sara Trone, and Clifford and Pat West; parents Dick and Jane Trone; uncle Peter Trone; aunt Wanda Stroud; and cousin Tom Stroud. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to First United Methodist Church, in support of missionaries, J.D. and Trisha Brown, 207 N. Halagueno St., Carlsbad; or Pregnancy Help Center of Artesia, P.O. Box 1630, Artesia.

Jan 8, 2016

Douglas V. McQuay

Douglas V. McQuay No formal services are scheduled for Douglas Vaughn McQuay of Artesia. McQuay, 53, passed away peacefully in the early hours of the morning Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016, at his home. It was his desire to be cremated and his ashes scattered near the ocean, where he loved sailing and spending time with family and friends. A celebration of life balloon release will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, at The Derrick Floor, corner of Sixth and Main streets. Please join us at that time at the park, or wherever you are in the world, and share with us as we say goodbye to a loved one and friend to many. Doug was born May 26, 1962, in Artesia to K.H. “Bud” McQuay and Carolyn (Warren) Edwards. He attended schools in Artesia, Albuquerque and Houston, Texas. He studied electronics and communications engineering at New Mexico State University-Carlsbad. The NMSU instructor at the time was so impressed with Doug’s understanding and knowledge of the field, he turned the class over to Doug on several occasions to teach and better explain the technology to students. Whe...