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By: | September 23, 2005
Walter Mathew "Red" Cary, 95 Walter Mathew "Red" Cary, a resident of Laguna Beach since 1958, died Saturday in Laguna Niguel. He was 95. Cary was born in 1909, in Neligh, Neb. At 10 years old he realized his life's passion when he looked up and saw an airplane overhead and decided he wanted to learn to fly. He was left an orphan at age 13 and quit school at age 16. He hitchhiked to Detroit to work in a factory and...
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By Rose Hancock | October 28, 2008
Long-time Laguna Beach resident Eliseo Hernandez passed away Thursday, October 23, 2008 due to complications of brain surgery.   He was active on the City of Laguna Beach HIV Advisory Committee and a volunteer for the Laguna Beach Community Clinic (LBCC), No Square Theater, Galimoufry Theater, Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce, Laguna Shanti, AIDS Services Foundation and Shanti of Orange County.  Dr. Tom Bent MD of the Laguna Beach Community Clinic said “I am devastated by the loss of this dedicated Clinic supporter.
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By: Mark R. Madler | October 5, 2005
Bob Hope Airport officials are hoping for a November completion date for a third security check lane at one of the airport's terminals. The third lane would offer a swifter security process during peak periods of travel. "We are aware there can be long lines during the early morning hours with the first wave of flights out," airport spokesman Victor Gill said. The Burbank-GlendalePasadena Airport Authority on Sept. 26 authorized that up to $250,000 be spent to prepare the space to be used by the Transportation Security Agency.
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By Joanna Clay | August 23, 2012
A man suspected of bilking more than $16,000 from the AIDS Services Foundation could face felony charges of insufficient funds, theft and fraud, Laguna Beach police said Thursday. The suspect, a 34-year-old from Cypress, remains unnamed because he has not yet been arrested at this time, Laguna Beach Police Capt. Jason Kravetz wrote in an email. The man, who said he lived in Bel Air, attended the ASF Red Ball II gala Sept. 24 in Laguna Beach. He bought a $5,000 table for the event, and won several items during the silent auction, charity officials told police.
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By Barbara Diamond | February 2, 2012
Deputy City Clerk Lisette Chel announced this week that she will run for city clerk. "I have served as deputy city clerk since 2008, under the guidance of Martha Anderson," Chel said. "I believe my experience will benefit the community, and I am excited to announce my candidacy. " As an elected official, the city clerk is independent and responsible only to the people of Laguna Beach, not to the council or the city administration. Her current post is appointed. "The city clerk's job is varied and needs an experienced hand at the helm to meet regulatory requirements established by law," Chel said.
NEWS
May 2, 2003
Kyne dancers have impressive showing Several of Kyne Dance Academy's dancers made it to the finals of the scholarship audition at the Tremaine Dance Competition on April 14. The dancers are taught a ballet and jazz combination, which they learn and then perform with hundreds of other dancers. Ali Tuchscher, Olivia Witte and Lexie Contursi made it to the finals, and Jonathan Salta was awarded a scholarship. Kyne Dance Academy's Groove Team also performed nine dances, which include tap, jazz, ballet and hip-hop.
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By: Suzie Harrison | September 16, 2005
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the AIDS Services Foundation will present the fundraising event "Splashback to the Starlite Drive-In," with a sneak preview Sept. 23 and the main extravaganza Sept. 24. Both events will be held on the Festival of Arts grounds. The organization was founded by Al Roberts, board president, his life partner Ken Jillson and a few other people. A couple months later, "Splash" was born as a means to raise funds. As a board member and event chairman, Jillson wears many hats at the event, which he originated in his backyard pool.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 19, 2010
Mad Hatter party for human rights A group of Laguna businesses and residents will take part in the Orange County Chapter of Human Rights Campaign's Mad Hatter Garden Party at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at a Newport Coast estate, with Lorna Luft and Greg Louganis in attendance. Laguna residents and HRC Federal Club co-chairs Dave Gibson and Catherine Reid, who will oversee the festivities, have invited Mark DePalma, owner of Mark's Restaurant, to provide a sunset dinner. "I'm excited about our Mad Hatter theme," Gibson said.
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By: | September 23, 2005
Walter Mathew "Red" Cary, 95 Walter Mathew "Red" Cary, a resident of Laguna Beach since 1958, died Saturday in Laguna Niguel. He was 95. Cary was born in 1909, in Neligh, Neb. At 10 years old he realized his life's passion when he looked up and saw an airplane overhead and decided he wanted to learn to fly. He was left an orphan at age 13 and quit school at age 16. He hitchhiked to Detroit to work in a factory and...
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