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By Matt SzaboCoastline Pilot | April 3, 2009
COSTA MESA ? The anxiety was understandable. Both teams figured to have it in Thursday?s Orange Coast League baseball game between Laguna Beach High and Costa Mesa. After all, the winner would be in sole possession of first place in league with the first round down. But, to Laguna Beach Coach Jeff Sears, it appeared that the host Mustangs did a better job of handing that anxiety. It showed in the Mustangs? better at-bats, which they used to earn a 6-1 win that bounced the Breakers to second place.
BUSINESS
By Ashley Breeding | November 7, 2008
Our aura is an electromagnetic energy field that emanates from our bodies, and can be visualized through an outline of cascading colors, which are supposed to reflect our state of mind, body and inner being, says Jill Templin, owner of The Chakra Shack in Laguna Beach. Templin said these colors are associated with our seven chakras, or energy centers of the body, and determine our physical, emotional and spiritual states. ?An aura reading can help us learn how to balance our chakra system, by highlighting which areas we need to strengthen,?
NEWS
By CHERRIL DOTY | February 16, 2007
I was almost to my San Diego destination on that day in January. A glorious day. Warm and sunny. Clear. I felt lucky to be there under the baby blue sky and was looking forward to spending time with my friend Kathi. As I watched for the exit ramp I needed to take, the car in front of me moved to the next lane. Time did something funny, slowing and speeding at once. There, about six car lengths ahead of me, traffic was stopped. I slammed on the brakes, bracing both arms on the steering wheel, backpack and clipboard flew off the seat next to me...
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By Ashley Breeding | April 9, 2009
In a real hometown effort, Laguna’s Sherwood Kiraly is teaming up with Gallimaufry Performing Arts. “Scared Money” — a new light-hearted comedy play about six people in search of a hidden Santa Anita Pick Six racetrack ticket worth $714,000 — premieres at 8 tonight at the Forum Theatre on the Festival of Arts grounds. The play, written by the playwright, novelist, screenwriter and Coastline Pilot columnist, will be performed by the Gallimaufry Performing Arts repertory company, and will run through April 18. And Kiraly isn’t just behind the scenes, he’s also on stage.
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By: Tania Chatila | August 27, 2005
A 20-gallon drum of butane cigarette lighters exploded at the Bob Hope Airport Wednesday injuring a federal security employee. The minor explosion closed a hallway of the terminal for about 10 minutes, and did not result in any air traffic delays, airport officials said. The container burst at 10:15 a.m. in an administrative office in the hallway connecting the two airport terminals, Bob Hope Airport spokesman Victor Gill said. An Transportation Security Administration employee was moving a 20-gallon plastic drum filled with cigarette lighters collected from passengers when the container dropped, causing a small explosion inside the drum, popping the lid off the container, Gill said.
NEWS
November 29, 2002
HOW I READ IT Well, here we go again -- the anticipation, fun, fear, depression, anxiety, love, anger, joy, plus every other human emotion we've inherited since our ancestors became fully upright and walking hominids. No, I'm not talking about having a baby; it's experiencing all these emotions that make the holiday season a very special time of year and create so many lifetime memories. And the library can enhance this season's celebrations in many ways.
LOCAL
By By Dan Beighley | January 13, 2006
District attorney leads investigation into death of allegedly intoxicated man at Laguna Beach jail.A 25-year-old Laguna Beach man died in a Laguna Beach Police Department holding cell at around 3:50 a.m. on Jan. 6. Matthew Francis Dunlevy was pronounced dead five hours after being placed in a holding cell at the city jail. In a news release, department officials said that officers responded the night of Jan. 5 to a local restaurant and bar in response to a call that someone was "acting strangely."
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By Bryce Alderton | May 21, 2013
Laguna Beach High School students Dylan DelPizzo-Howell and Elliot Glass have developed an original percussive score for the Park Avenue Players' rendition of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," opening this weekend. The play, which depicts the Salem witch trials, opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday inside the Artists Theatre. Attendees will be able to sit on the stage and watch the play, which "explores inquisitional power, intolerance, ignorance, manipulation of fear and self-preservation," according to a press release.
NEWS
July 29, 2005
Lauren Vane and Andrew Edwards A Newport Coast doctor operating several Orange County clinics -- one in Laguna Beach -- was indicted last week on a 29-count indictment alleging that he conspired with a former assistant to under medicate patients treated for AIDS, HIV and hepatitis. The charges filed against doctor George Steven Kooshian, 54, and Virgilio Lopez Opinion, 45, include conspiracy, healthcare fraud and making false statements relating to healthcare matters.
SPORTS
By Chris Williams | May 1, 2009
Are you like me and currently trying to get a handle on where the line in the sand of sanity is drawn these days? I was stoked to find out that one of the best ways to fight anxiety (which can lead to depression) is surfing. OK, you got me, it wasn’t just surfing, it was staying active in general. As it turns out, getting outside in the sun and fresh air can do wonders for your attitude, according to experts. It makes sense that adding saltwater, sand and a dolphin sighting or two can further enhance these positive vibes.
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By Ashley Breeding | April 9, 2009
In a real hometown effort, Laguna’s Sherwood Kiraly is teaming up with Gallimaufry Performing Arts. “Scared Money” — a new light-hearted comedy play about six people in search of a hidden Santa Anita Pick Six racetrack ticket worth $714,000 — premieres at 8 tonight at the Forum Theatre on the Festival of Arts grounds. The play, written by the playwright, novelist, screenwriter and Coastline Pilot columnist, will be performed by the Gallimaufry Performing Arts repertory company, and will run through April 18. And Kiraly isn’t just behind the scenes, he’s also on stage.
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By Matt SzaboCoastline Pilot | April 3, 2009
COSTA MESA ? The anxiety was understandable. Both teams figured to have it in Thursday?s Orange Coast League baseball game between Laguna Beach High and Costa Mesa. After all, the winner would be in sole possession of first place in league with the first round down. But, to Laguna Beach Coach Jeff Sears, it appeared that the host Mustangs did a better job of handing that anxiety. It showed in the Mustangs? better at-bats, which they used to earn a 6-1 win that bounced the Breakers to second place.
NEWS
By CHERRIL DOTY | February 16, 2007
I was almost to my San Diego destination on that day in January. A glorious day. Warm and sunny. Clear. I felt lucky to be there under the baby blue sky and was looking forward to spending time with my friend Kathi. As I watched for the exit ramp I needed to take, the car in front of me moved to the next lane. Time did something funny, slowing and speeding at once. There, about six car lengths ahead of me, traffic was stopped. I slammed on the brakes, bracing both arms on the steering wheel, backpack and clipboard flew off the seat next to me...
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