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~1. J August 10, 2011 Live in Julian. Shol) in J~lian Business Spotlight: Julian Imports Julian Imports was started 15 years ago by then resident Stacey Fraser. The shop is located at 2106 Main Street and currently employs four Julian residents. They are open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm and offer a local discount on all purchases. They currently stock a full line Brighton purses and jewelry (watches, bracelets, earrings and necklaces) and some Brighton shoes. Brighton products range in price from $10.00 to $300.00 and for anyone who loves Brighton this is the place to shop. She has a nice selection of Laurel Burch totes and purses including horse, cat and dog designs for all you animal lovers. The women's clothing selection includes dresses, jackets, nighties, t-shirts (including Life Is Good t-shirts and baseball caps) and blouses. Clothing prices range from $10 to $150. If you're looking for a cute top to go with some jeans or a fun dress for a party you should stop in and check out the choices available, you won't be disappointed. You should also check the scarf selection and the unique knick knack choices, you won't be disappointed in the selection or the service. the Secret Shopper Hear Ye, Hear Ye Renaissance Faire Turns 10 Big Bear Renaissahce Faire Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Magic and Fantasy The Big Bear Renaissance aire takes guests back in time to an authentic Elizabethan era village of nobles, peasants, 3eddlers, gypsies, wenches, knights, jesters, troubadours and of course the most honorable Queen Elizabeth I and her Royal Court. The Big Bear Renaissance Faire celebrates its 10th anniversary of enchantment with musical troupes, singing groups, comedy acts, belly dancers, strolling street performers and full-contact joust matches. The Knights of Mayhem )rovide bone-crunching, no holds barred competitions that are 100 percent authentic, which means no scripts and no preplanned winner. Each knight is out to win, and spectators should expect to see a contest with full-blown body contact. The jousting competitions occur twice daily at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. "By all means this is not a dinner show! It's the real dealV' added McGinnis. "When they hit, they hit hard. In fact, last year we had to pry off a knight's helmet and breastplate after a grueling battle." The 10th Anniversary Big Bear Renaissance Faire is two weekends, August 13-14 and August 20-21. The faire takes place at Pedersen Sawmill, located in Fawnskin at 39115 Rim of the World Drive. The jousting tournaments are only part of the on-going medieval- themed entertainment at the Big Bear Renaissance Faire. There The Julian News 7 ~L j u ~, ~ A A R T S (; U~l, D II III IIH Labor Day show September 2, 3, 4 & 5 10:.00 aAn. To 5:00 Upstairs - Julian Town Hall .......................... IIIHIII IIIIIHIII Hill l'aintinNs, Jewelry, PhotcL%raphy Mixed Media, and somuch more .... All local artists' work on display And for Sale Recep~'on and Meet /he ArHsts Friday September 2 5 p.m. To 8 p.m. Plenty of Rcfreshnlents too Open Studio Tour ] November 20, & 21 ] g Julian - an artists community~ are five stages of continuous entertainment including three general stages, a children's stage, and a Nc-i7 stage. Note: Children under 17 should not attend the NC-17 stage performances. Some of the key performers on the NC-17 stage include comedy troupes Belles of Bedlam and Gallows Humor. Both troupes use witty techniques to tickle the audience with a twisted sense of humor. Another marquee performer is Adam Reid "The Bawdy Juggler.". He can juggle just about anything thrown his way, including swords. On the general stage be sure to check out The Universe According to Galileo, an educational and side-splitting comedy routine. The fun and frivolity starts immediate with the naming of the planets, to Galileo explaining the three theories taught at the time of Aristotle, Ptolemy and Copernicus. Another must-see performance is Argus Armstrong, Minimal Ship Repair. This one man show (actually played by a continued on page 8 "The whole problem with the worm & that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." -- Bertrand Russell HARD CIDER HNE -ICE -SNAC APPLE SALON 6 SPA MEN 6 WOMEN C~$- COLOR Retail Space Available 760 885 -8364 Commercial O0 Residential 000 Payment Options ~2~ ) i~ MGASCheck"...__._m,-0-.t Trained LWK0UNOL 24 Hour Emergency Service 760 765-0130 Ben Sulser, District Manager ONLY DID GOOD YOU DID GOOD PIG!,E'rs :I IqlIRltW ' ,, I