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56 bIRdINg ThE shoRElINE Birds of a feather fl ock together along the Carpinteria


shoreline. Just like their human counterparts, some of these avian residents call the town home all year long, while others are fair weather friends.


62 CATCh of ThE dAy


Ever think about where the food on your plate comes from? Think very cold water and long days at sea if you’re lucky enough to be eating lobster, America’s fanciest crustacean. And you can thank local lobster fi sherman Jim Colomy, and others like him, who earn their living by setting traps.


69 ThE dough Is IN ThE VAulT Doralee Jacobson retired to the South Coast and then


decided to open a bagelry because she really “kneaded” to have good bread in her life. From bagels to bistro her business grew and has established itself as Carpinteria Avenue’s busiest eatery.


80 VIsuAl INsPIRATIoN


In a classic Hollywood tale of small town boy makes good, Matt Alonzo has positioned himself at the top of the charts as a video and fi lm director. The Carpinteria High School graduate recently signed a contract with Creative Artists to direct feature fi lms. Check out his music videos and say you knew him when ...


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