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M A G A Z I N EURBAN LIVING
VOL. 1 ISSUE 3
Jazz Festival Comes to the Inland Empire
Mr. PrevitiBuilding the American Dream
Mark Christopher Charity Classicpresented by: The County of San Bernardino
SERVING THE GATEWAY TO THE INL AND EMPIRE
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insidefeatures 06 Jazz Fest Comes to the Inland Empire
by Christina Cardenas
13 Hyatt Brand Experience... by Dollie girl
18 Building the american Dream by Christina Cardenas
20 LA/Ontario International Airport Aviation Summit by Christina Cardenas
24 Greens fore Greenbacksby William R. Vogel
28 Asthma and You by Gloria List
30 Roads Least Traveled by Christina Cardenas
Urban Living MagazineThe Heart of Southern CaliforniaVol. 1, Issue 3 May 2007PUBLISHERSChristina CardenasBill MartinezRobert Saiz
EDITOR Christina CardenasEXECUTIVE COORDINATOR
CONTRIBUTING EDITORSShirley L. Summers
CONTRIBUTING WRITERSChristina CardenasGloria ListBrittan WestWilliam R. VogelHarold JohnsonBob D. Saiz
ADVERTISING CO.CREATIVE UNDERGROUND CEO
Bill MartinezART DIRECTOR / GRAPHIC DESIGN
Robert Saiz Jr. VIDEO CASTING / POD CASTING
Jon KawaMatthew MatsuokaWEB DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN
James AmosIT DIRECTOR
MARKETING/SALESBill Martinez / email@example.com Robert Saiz William R. VogelStacy Frazier-Brock909.944.5750
URBAN LIVING CORPORATE OFFICE9350 7th St., Suite BRancho Cucamonga, CA 91730909.944.5750
PRINTINGRDS Printing and Digital Graphics Center1714 Grevillea Court, Ontario, CA 91761909.923.8831
PHOTOGRAPHYRyan Beck 909.980.5733Rancho Cucamonga, Californiawww.ryanbeckphoto.com
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7 Arts & Entertainment 16 Dining Guide 17 Event Calendar 18 Community 24 Education / Sports 30 Rolling Classics
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oteNo Man is an Island
This magazine has challenged all of us here to
step out of our box and reach deep to pull out
from every resource and experience.
We are in our third issue and the forth is already
in the works and it is due to all the wonderful
individuals we have met along the way.
Individuals that have inspired us, and helped us
develop our way.
My favorite and most fulfilling task is the ability
to interview amazing people and share their
experiences with our readers. In this issue I was
honored to interview Bill Previti a business icon
that shared his physiology on Human Capital, a
principal that any business owner, manager and
organizations can use to create success in any
area of life.
We can learn so much from each other, if we step
out of our normal routine. Meet our neighbors-
talk to someone at the grocery store or offer a
smile to a stranger. We at Urban Living Magazine
want to help our communities be strong and
flourish. We have all the resources we need if
we start with ourselves to create a life full of
happiness and fulfillment.
One thing that is certain, we are more alike than
what we think. We share the same needs and
desires if we let others into our lives, our life
becomes richer for it.
If you have interesting topics or interest in submitting articles
or photography e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for
The Inland Empire Jazz Festival weekend will be kicked off on August 24th with Community Day
Voyage Through Music exclusively for individuals with developmentally disabilities, their families and/or organizations with special events and activities created especially for their enjoyment. Their voyage into music, laughter and pure joy celebrates their lifelong challenges. Saturday and Sunday not only offer world class entertainment but is hosted by Brian Culbertson, performance by award winning saxophonist, Steve Cole. A. Ray Fuller The Weeper is providing a special line-up of talent on Sunday. There will be special performances from High School and College Jazz groups.
Co-Hosted by:VIVICA A. FOX Celebrity Guest Appearance by:
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
For Ticket information:and/or Sponsor Opportunities contact: I.E. Jazz Festival 2007 At 909 941-6920 or visit the website www.iejazz.com.
Directions:Look for Ontario Airport signs: Cucamonga
Guasti Regional Park is immediately north of Interstate 10 on the Archibald
Avenue exit: 800 N. Archibald Ave., Ontario CA 91764
(Across from Starbucks)
The Inland Empire Jazz Festival is not your ordinary music festival. It is an event that brings together an art walk, a wine garden, a vintage car show, and New Orleans style cuisine by renowned Chef Jude Mouton. AportionoftheproceedsfromthisweekendwillbenefitOperationREAPPandSanBernardinoCountySafetyEmployeesBenefitAssociation(SEBA). Major local and National Sponsors include: Toyota USA , SouthwestAirlines,WineStyles,OfficeDepotandUrbanLivingMagazine.The event coordinators would like to give thanks to Bill Harmon, director of San Bernardino County Parks. - Come and be part of an amazing event that benefits our community and offers fun for the whole family. BRIAN
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Were looking for strong independent Sales Executives, to become part of our Inland Empire Office. Our creative team is also seeking contributing writers for future issues.
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The Hyatt place delivers a multi-sensory experience to our
guests. Each of the five senses play a role in our guests
understanding and preference for our brand.
See, Hear, Smell, Feel, Taste and Understand Hyatt Place.
Hyatt place, a sales service hotel, delivers a distinctive guest experience for the discerning and frequent traveler through focus on attuned comfort, distinguishable quality and purposeful service.
Attuned comfort that is responsive, relevant, and valued by the guest.
Distinguishable quality that is perceived and felt by the guest Quality that is differentiated from the competition.
Quality that is real and authentic.Purposeful services, not unlimited services, but rather service prioritized and meaningful to guests.
How does it feel to stay at Hyatt Place?Imagine saying, its good to be home! Always welcomed, easy to settle in and hang your hat. Places to sleep, eat, drink, and gather with business partners, friend, family, or just be alone.
A place that you understand, you feel they understand you, always the place to go back to. A place just like home but just a little better Larger than home.
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