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By Steve Kawaratani | August 7, 2009
“Good questions outrank easy answers.” — Paul A. Samuelson Stuck in traffic yesterday afternoon, I finally realized why Paul fled to Germany. And Eric to Spain, Michael to Vancouver, and Catharine to San Juanico. It’s not for the obvious reason of summertime crowds in Laguna. My friends and family all left on the pretext of vacation, but the real reason was to avoid garden chores. From sprinkler repairs to fighting off whitefly, the garden requires your attention.
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By STEVE KAWARATANI | August 4, 2006
"Working in the garden Â… gives me a profound feeling of inner peace." "Good questions outrank easy answers." Stuck in downtown traffic this afternoon, I finally realized why Paul fled to Peru. And Walter to Zion, Catharine to Guadalajara, and Caren to Maui. It's not for the obvious reason of summertime crowds in Laguna. My friends and family all left on the pretext of vacation. But the real reason was to avoid summer garden chores. From sprinkler repairs to fighting off rose slugs, the garden requires your attention.
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August 1, 2003
THE GARDEN FANATIC "Working in the garden ... gives me a profound feeling of inner peace." -- RUTH STOUT "Good questions outrank easy answers." -- PAUL A. SAMUELSON Stuck in traffic this morning, I finally realized why Horst fled to France. And Walter to Cabo, Vic to Paso Robles, and Suzanne to London. It's not for the obvious reason of summertime crowds in Laguna. My friends all left on the pretext of vacation, but the real reason was to avoid summer garden chores.
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By Barbara Diamond | February 16, 2012
Laguna Beach will back San Clemente's appeals to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to ensure that San Onofre works to prevent a disaster similar to the one last year in Fukushima, Japan. The City Council on Feb. 7 voted 4 to 1 to send a letter to the commission requesting the resolution of public concerns before consideration is given to extending San Onofre's operating license, which is due to expire in 2022. The letter had been requested by San Clemente Mayor Lori Donchak, but the action might be moot.
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By Chrystal Denning | April 19, 2012
Just in time for the season's most notorious task, Waste Management has come up with a list of five tips to motivate spring cleaning efforts in natural and safe ways for the environment. Turns out, trading in the chemicals and expensive cleaning products for a little know-how will yield the same sparkling results without releasing potentially damaging toxins into the air, giving you more time to smell the flowers over the ammonia. So often people think that going green is an all-or-nothing decision, but the reality is that we can all make simple changes to our current lifestyles and habits that will make for a better tomorrow.
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By Joanna Clay | August 9, 2012
From craft beer shampoo to flower essences that boost your mood, a new beauty shop in Laguna Beach offers up items you won't find at the corner drugstore. Roots The Beauty Underground, which opened Aug. 1, specializes in non-toxic products, as well as natural and organic items. Using toxin-free products is just common sense, owner Laura Linsenmayer contends. "If there's a chemical linked to sickness, why would we put it on our largest organ that's absorbed into our blood stream?"
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By Steve Kawaratani | August 7, 2009
“Good questions outrank easy answers.” — Paul A. Samuelson Stuck in traffic yesterday afternoon, I finally realized why Paul fled to Germany. And Eric to Spain, Michael to Vancouver, and Catharine to San Juanico. It’s not for the obvious reason of summertime crowds in Laguna. My friends and family all left on the pretext of vacation, but the real reason was to avoid garden chores. From sprinkler repairs to fighting off whitefly, the garden requires your attention.
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