10 San Diego Uptown News | Dec. 9–Dec. 22, 2011
Cygnet Theatre Old Town State Park (619)337-1525 www.cygnettheatre.com
Looking for that special gift this holiday season? The Cygnet Theatre in Old Town has several great Holiday Gift Ideas, sure to please your friends, family….. and YOU! TICKETS are avail- able for all remaining shows in our season, including: It’s A Wonderful Life, A Behanding In Spokane, Parade and Dirty Blonde. MINI SUBSCRIPTIONS - Secure the best seats in the house for the last three shows in our season and save up to 25% off of the regular ticket price. FLEX PACKS contain six tickets which can be used in any combination whether you bring 5 guests to one performance, or see multiple shows. GIFT CERTIFICATES. Can’t decide? Gift Certificates are available in any amount and can be used towards subscriptions or indi- vidual tickets.
Animal House Pets 2726 University Ave – North Park (619) 295-8834 www.sdanimalhouse.com
ANIMAL HOUSE PET STORE- WHERE DID IT ALL START? One question that we are frequently being asked is what made you open up a pet store? For “Ray” Raymond Busby it started as a vol- unteer at the San Diego Humane Society on Sherman Street when he was fourteen years old; where he had the opportunity to take care of many types of animals, includ- ing an African Lion, Seagulls, and many other exotic animals. If you ever get a chance to speak with Ray, ask him about his story about “saving a Spider Monkey”- it is quite amusing! However, from his experience at the Humane Society, a passion and a love for animals was born!
During his time at the Hu- mane Society, Ray brought home many different animals home as pets- Smuggling them home on the bus. Some of those of those animals that Ray smuggled home on the bus/ hiding them from the bus driver, include: a Goat, a Goose, a Miniature Don- key, an Iguana, multiple Guinea Pigs, and Rabbits. In Ray’s
words “you try hiding a Goat or Goose under your coat, hiding it from a nosy bus driver!” Drawing from his experience, passion, and love for Animals- Ray decided to open up Animal House Pet Store, so that he could work with Animals for a living, and enjoy his passion and love for animals. For Ray Busby, it was never a pipe dream of becoming rich or making millions, it was a simple desire to do what he loves!
Bodhi Veterinary Clinic 2200 University Ave – North Park (619) 225-5838 Acupuncture is an ancient healing modality that originated in China several thousand years ago which has modern applica- tions for people and non-human animals. Dogs and cats have 14 paired Meridians, or (Qi, pro- nounced “Chi”) energy pathways, which traverse the body. Each Meridian has specific functions and associated organ systems. By stimulating specific points along Meridians, energy blockages can
be cleared, allowing for increased range of motion and reduction in pain. Acupuncture treatments provide a safe alternative which can be used in addition to or in place of Western medications when pets experience adverse effects from certain drugs. In my practice as a small animal veteri- narian, I have used acupuncture to relieve pain and improve mobility in dogs suffering from chronic degenerative joint disease and disc problems. Acupuncture can also be used to help resolve or manage numerous other disor- ders, such as anxiety, seizures, asthma, allergies, and some condi- tions involving a compromised immune system including some types of cancer. In patients who are sensitive to needles, pressure can be applied to specific trig- ger points which also achieves a therapeutic effect. To maximize the therapeutic effect of acupunc- ture for a patient, appropriate herbs can be prescribed.
The Old Globe 1363 Old Globe Way San Diego, CA 92101 (619)23-GLOBE www.theoldglobe.org
Tony Award-winning Old Globe is one of the most renowned re- gional theatres in the country, and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 75 years. The Old Globe produces a
year-round season of 15 plays and musicals on its three stages, including its highly-regarded Shakespeare festival. The Globe has become a gathering place for leading theatre artists from around the world, such as Tom Stoppard, Daniel Sullivan and Chita Rivera, among many others. Numerous Broadway-bound premieres and revivals, such as Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Full Monty and Damn Yankees have been devel- oped at The Old Globe and have gone on to enjoy highly successful runs in New York and at regional theatres across the country. To order tickets, including
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, call (619)23-GLOBE or email tickets@TheOldGlobe.org
North Coast Repertory Theatre 987 Loma Santa Fe Drive, Suite D Solana Beach, CA 92075 (858)481-1055 www.northcoastrep.org
North Coast Rep proudly announces the 30th Anniversary Season! From its modest beginning over 30 years ago, the North Coast Repertory Theatre, a non-profit organization, has evolved into one of the area’s leading performing arts orga- nizations, recognized for the quality of its work and its com- mitment to excellence. Located in Solana Beach, in the heart of San Diego’s Coastal North County, the theatre boasts an award-winning Main-stage season, with performances year- round to over 40,000 people in its intimate 194-seat setting. In addition, the theatre involves thousands of young people each year in the Theatre School @ North Coast Rep’s education and outreach programs. North Coast Repertory The-
atre is thrilled to present its 30th Anniversary Season. NCR’s 30th Anniversary Season promises to be a season filled with laughter, romance, mystery and pas- sion. And there’s more welcome news — subscriber ticket prices have been lowered for the sea- son, so you can enjoy all seven plays and save. To purchase a subscription, please call (858) 481-1055.
Broadway San Diego (619) 564-3000 www.broadwaysd.com
Broadway/ San Diego – A Nederlander Presentation is thrilled to be celebrating its 35th Anniversary Season at the Civic Theatre. Who could ask for a more thrilling season with some of the most exciting shows of all time?
Kick off the holidays season
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