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Life On The Street Here’s the latest APB from the San Diego Police Foundation: There’s still time to register for its interactive fund-raiser “Inside SDPD” on March 8 at Miramar College. Participants can test their law enforcement mettle in use-of-force, vehicle stop and firearms training scenarios. Find forms at www.sdpolicefoundation.org Spilling the beans. Folks at Formula PR in San Diego took a different tack to grind out a win against competitors for the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf account. Formula President Michael Olguin promised that he and his team members would serve as baristas at one of the chain’s 400 locations to learn firsthand about the business. Olguin is scheduled to crank out lattes at the Hillcrest store Feb. 29 Surf’s up. Former Hollywood tabloid scandal monger turned occasional flack Marlise Kast reports that North County nomadic surfer Larry Kraus has opened a residential real estate office in, of all places, Nicaragua. Kraus, founder of Emerald City surf shop in Coronado, says the Central American hot spot is the “last frontier” of affordable coastal property in the Americas. I guess he hasn’t heard about the plethora of currently economically stressed beachfront condos lining the coast south of the border? Noteworthy appearance. Raymond Joseph, Haiti’s ambassador to the United States, will be a guest speaker at a conference on Women and Children’s Rights in Haiti sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson School of Law on March 7. Conference organizer Susan Tiefenbrun is an expert on human trafficking. Student Vera Valdivia is helping with the program Ed Sternagle, business consultant par excellence and all-around good guy, joins the board of Home2office.com. The 13-year-old Web-based business has introduced “managed telecommute” to help push the remote work philosophy. Check it out at www.home2office.com/themovie … Quote of the week from Henry Kissinger, thanks to e-mail spam from Tom Gable: “Ninety percent of the politicians give the other 10 percent a bad reputation.” No spandex zone. Ray Wilson, the fitness guru who gave us the string of Family Fitness Centers (Now 24 Hour Fitness) and the Lifecycle exercise bike, sent an unusual release Feb. 19 touting his 80th birthday (“I am in the same shape as a 40 year old if the 40 year old is in good shape.”) and to say he’s opened a new pilot club in Oceanside for boomers adverse to stretchy pants. “Body builders” would not work out in these “great” clubs, says Wilson, “but you and I will.” Time to share. The Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce was all set to name Tim Stripe, co-president of Grand Pacific Resorts Inc., as its business guy of the year at its annual awards fest held Feb. 22 at the Four Seasons Resort Aviara. Check out our Web site for more


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