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Kim DeVore … Hangin’ With the Governator’s Biceps

Speaking of smooth, now to the point at hand …

Kim was rubbing biceps, I mean elbows with Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger recently at a plush Malibu estate, a job duty you know. Arnold was there to fulfill a promise to Malibu Baykeeper members to “terminate” oil drilling off the beautiful Malibu coastline. Kim’s husband, Barry Glaser, a Los Angeles City Commissioner and top L.A. bankruptcy attorney, was impressed by the Governator. It wasn’t just Arnold’s tough words though. It was the formidably strong handshake Barry received by Arnold.

…Really strong.

More words from Arnold … he would like to clean up Malibu’s sewer system … Hmmm, here’s an idea. If Arnold could clean up San Diego’s sewer spilled coastline, Barry could clean up San Diego’s financial mess, Kim could produce the “clean up,” and maybe our city’s problems could be “terminated.”

San Diego’s Nightlife Gets Wild 4 TV

In Steve’s spare time, he produces other weekly hip events and is also chief editor at the slick new San Diego Life and Fashion Magazine. Whew … busy man!

Great, thanks for the land, but llamas, too?

The fence is squared away but the llamas and horses need a home. San Dieguito River Park is looking for a few good ranches to place these deserving-to-be-loved animals … San Dieguito River Park executive director Dick Bobertz is hoping Rancho Coastal Humane Society, United Pegasus Foundation or an animal-loving individual will step forward and adopt.

Speaking of “Desperate Housewives,” aren’t you lonely and need at least a less-than-horse-size pet for life? Adopt a deserving animal and do the military service a service.

OK, there’s no more new “Desperate Housewives” until next season … but wait, there are a lot of desperate animals who need your help.

While we sit home enjoying freedom, a whole lot of animals are homeless and in a shelter because of military deployments. Not quite fair that the animals are stuck with their lives on the line while their owners are fighting for freedom. If you would like to responsibly adopt a beautiful worthy animal, please contact Kyoko at (760) 725-8120 right away.

And they are not desperate Playboy bunnies but, they are cute and furry. Help out the House Rabbit Society which has burgeoned recently. There are lots of rabbits to be adopted. Please ring (619) 718-7777.

Gimme Shelter, Gimme Rolling Stones Tickets

What’s the catch?

The tickets will be part of an auction offered through a few lucky charities. The charity take is primed to be 50/50 with the organizers. Right now, August’s Jewel Ball hosted by the Las Patronas gals is a contender. Stay tuned for more details from this Honky Tonk Woman.

Margo Schwab, an alumna of the University of San Diego’s graduate business school, reports on social/charity events, celebrities, restaurants and from time to time breaking scoops. You can read more at her Web site,

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