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By Barbara Diamond | December 26, 2008
A lump of coal in your stocking is the time-honored threat. Compared to some presents, that might be an improvement. Some are real bummers, but some are just duds, in spite of the best of intentions. Would you believe the worst present my husband and I ever gave our three sons was plane tickets to Hawaii? We thought it would be a nice change for the family to celebrate the New Year in the islands water skiing instead of snow skiing in Lake Tahoe, as we traditionally did. The guys were grief-stricken when they opened what was supposed to be their “Oh wow!
NEWS
April 29, 2005
Suzie Harrison Laguna Art Museum's Wednesday benefit, "Around the World ... A Taste of Travel and Cuisine," doesn't require a passport; yet it will take you on an international excursion geared to please the palate and tempt the travel bug. The event will offer fine cuisine, entertainment and a live silent auction of international travel and epicurean packages. "The event is unique; the fact that it zeros in on travel -- there isn't any other event that does that," event chair Bonnie Macmillan said.
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July 29, 2005
Send DATEBOOK items to the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to 494-8979; call 494-4321 or e-mail coastlinepilotlatimes.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY SALSA NIGHT An evening of dinner and dancing with music by Juan Carlos starts at 9 p.m. Friday at Romeo Cucina, 251 Broadway. Information: (949) 497-6627. MUSIC AT SAVOURY'S Gerry Lakas and Danny Tymms will perform live music 8 to 11 p.m. Fridays at Savoury's restaurant, 1289 S. Coast Highway.
NEWS
November 2, 2007
Schools compensated for fire closures State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O?Connell has announced that wildfire-related school closures will not result in a lack of funding for affected districts. ?Many schools had to close down directly because of the wildfires and indirectly because of damage caused by the related smoke, wind, and sand,? O?Connell said. ?In non-emergency situations, this usually can result in a loss of school funding. My staff is working closely with local education agencies to help them fill out the appropriate form so they can get fiscal relief.
NEWS
July 8, 2005
Barbara Diamond The Festival of Arts was founded in 1932 to help local artists sell their work. The goal hasn't changed. Saturday night's invitation-only private opening boded well for the 2005 exhibitors. "After 10 years of not selling anything on opening night, someone came up Saturday and bought major pieces from me," photographer and festival board member Dianne Reardon said. An estimated 3,500 people were expected at the opening, scheduled for 7 to 10 p.m. "I invite people who have bought from me before," said watercolorist Lu Campbell, who already had sold one piece early in the evening.
NEWS
July 29, 2005
Theater presents musical revue No Square Theatre will present "Lagunatics 2005: Senior Prom" at Laguna Beach High School Artists' Theatre tonight, Saturday and Sunday. This hilarious musical revue of local performers is the kickoff fund-raiser for the Laguna Beach Seniors' capital campaign to build, equip, and endow a new senior center in Laguna Beach. More than 50 cast members from movie critic Bill Harris to Mayor Elizabeth Pearson-Schneider and Police Chief Jim Spreine will perform in all-original parodies such as, "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Dress Up To Be Call Girls" "Cooking School Dropout" and "Montagio."
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By Barbara Diamond | December 26, 2008
A lump of coal in your stocking is the time-honored threat. Compared to some presents, that might be an improvement. Some are real bummers, but some are just duds, in spite of the best of intentions. Would you believe the worst present my husband and I ever gave our three sons was plane tickets to Hawaii? We thought it would be a nice change for the family to celebrate the New Year in the islands water skiing instead of snow skiing in Lake Tahoe, as we traditionally did. The guys were grief-stricken when they opened what was supposed to be their “Oh wow!
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