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By Jim Moore and John Gustafson | June 19, 2009
Four years ago, June 1, 2005, our lives changed dramatically as Flamingo Road and the hillside above our Bluebird Canyon home of 21 years came tumbling down to destroy our home and picturesque canyon. Through the years, we have had many people come to our assistance in the neighborhood, including our friends, city staff, our architect, engineers, designers and many other people. We want to extend our utmost appreciation to all of those who have helped us to reach the beginning of our project.
FEATURES
By Candice Baker | February 7, 2008
St. Catherine of Siena students spent last week honoring the community around them as part of Catholic Schools Week. The tradition began in 1974; all 42 Catholic schools in Orange County celebrate concurrently. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools Light the Way.” School pastor Eamon O’Gorman described the difference between Catholic and public school education Wednesday. “We believe that the child comes from above,” he said. “That’s what makes us unique.
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By By Charles D. Williams | November 25, 2005
A few weeks ago, Steve Huberty invited my family and me to a surprise party for Bob Burnham at Bluebird Park, given by the Bluebird Canyon Community Assn. My son Charlie, Sarah, his wife, and my grandbabies Abigail and Hannah all showed up to walk down to Bluebird Park. Later, my daughter Kiersten surprised me by appearing, and the only one missing was Charity, who's getting her master's degree in New Mexico. The gathering was heartwarming. All the families from the slide were there, plus the mayor and all the city officials and even the geologist.
NEWS
June 11, 2004
Given on June 4, 2004 One of Max's many gifts was his ever-present smile. Max smiled because he knew the secret: we are better than we think we are. In our town today, we are all part of Max's family. Each of us mourn this terrible loss, yet each of us will be changed for the better. His happy life cut short will remind us to appreciate life's precious gifts. Many of Max's school mates have been together almost all of their lives. In school, they were taught many valuable lessons.
NEWS
June 4, 2004
Steve Kawaratani "Remembrance and reflection how allied. What thin partitions divides sense from thought." -- Alexander Pope "More grows in the garden than the gardener knows he has sown." -- Spanish Proverb My garden was a refuge from last weekend's holiday -- a safe house for curious reflections. Another birthday came and went; I struggled with the thought that it really didn't matter, until I read my birthday cards again and then again.
NEWS
July 19, 2012
The Laguna Beach High School music programs would like to thank the Festival of Arts Foundation for its continued support and donations. This year's donation of $5,000 enabled Laguna Beach High School's music programs to replace instruments, provide scholarships, participate in competitions and to continue to improve and expand educational programs and the value of music. The high school's music department once again looks forward to a continued relationship with the Festival of Arts Foundation.
NEWS
By CHERRIL DOTY | June 8, 2007
The symphony of birdsong begins early. At 3:15 a.m. I hear the rhythmic deep hooting of an owl ? the bassoon soloist. The answering sound further up the hill comes moments later. The two echo each other in a haunting duet until I drift back to a deep dreaming sleep. By 5:15 a.m. the full orchestra is tuning up. The melodic mockingbirds, warbling house finches, and twittering goldfinches all practice their own distinctive sounds. The percussionist crows and blue jays raucously pound home their own rasping, booming voices and an occasional screech from the unpracticed violinist of the orchestra ?
FEATURES
By Pegi Lopez | November 27, 2009
Boo is missing, and the family is devastated. A family pet can affect your life. Boo actually saved his family. While at Lake Edison the Palmer family of Laguna Beach went canoeing. The canoe tipped over. Boo headed for the youngest child first — the first of his rescue efforts. He got her to shore, went back out for the Papa who was drowning (pays to show up for those swimming lessons,) and he made sure the whole family was safe. You may ask what Boo was doing on the canoe.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | May 4, 2007
From the raucous cheers that came out of the El Morro Elementary School multipurpose room last Friday, you would think that either J.K. Rowling or Lil' Romeo was within. But Bertha Arvizu, Cecelia Camarena, Ruth Chavez, Patricia Marquez, Raulie Marquez, Francisco Popoca, Horacio Velasquez, Sergio Villa and Marcos Zepeda offered more star power than the most popular celebrity during El Morro's Bus Driver Appreciation Day. The celebration began with students and parents greeting the drivers at their morning stops with homemade cards, spontaneous applause and flowers.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Breeding | May 8, 2009
Sunday is that special day to shower mom with extra love and gratitude for all that she does. Show your appreciation by treating her to an elegant champagne brunch, and spend the early evening admiring and photographing wild flowers at Crystal Cove State Park. No matter her style, there is something in Laguna Beach for you to do together. ?The Cliff Restaurant, 577 S. Coast Hwy., will offer a complimentary glass of champagne to all mothers throughout the day. Regular menu will be served.
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NEWS
July 19, 2012
The Laguna Beach High School music programs would like to thank the Festival of Arts Foundation for its continued support and donations. This year's donation of $5,000 enabled Laguna Beach High School's music programs to replace instruments, provide scholarships, participate in competitions and to continue to improve and expand educational programs and the value of music. The high school's music department once again looks forward to a continued relationship with the Festival of Arts Foundation.
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FEATURES
By Pegi Lopez | November 27, 2009
Boo is missing, and the family is devastated. A family pet can affect your life. Boo actually saved his family. While at Lake Edison the Palmer family of Laguna Beach went canoeing. The canoe tipped over. Boo headed for the youngest child first — the first of his rescue efforts. He got her to shore, went back out for the Papa who was drowning (pays to show up for those swimming lessons,) and he made sure the whole family was safe. You may ask what Boo was doing on the canoe.
NEWS
By Jim Moore and John Gustafson | June 19, 2009
Four years ago, June 1, 2005, our lives changed dramatically as Flamingo Road and the hillside above our Bluebird Canyon home of 21 years came tumbling down to destroy our home and picturesque canyon. Through the years, we have had many people come to our assistance in the neighborhood, including our friends, city staff, our architect, engineers, designers and many other people. We want to extend our utmost appreciation to all of those who have helped us to reach the beginning of our project.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Breeding | May 8, 2009
Sunday is that special day to shower mom with extra love and gratitude for all that she does. Show your appreciation by treating her to an elegant champagne brunch, and spend the early evening admiring and photographing wild flowers at Crystal Cove State Park. No matter her style, there is something in Laguna Beach for you to do together. ?The Cliff Restaurant, 577 S. Coast Hwy., will offer a complimentary glass of champagne to all mothers throughout the day. Regular menu will be served.
FEATURES
By Candice Baker | February 7, 2008
St. Catherine of Siena students spent last week honoring the community around them as part of Catholic Schools Week. The tradition began in 1974; all 42 Catholic schools in Orange County celebrate concurrently. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools Light the Way.” School pastor Eamon O’Gorman described the difference between Catholic and public school education Wednesday. “We believe that the child comes from above,” he said. “That’s what makes us unique.
BUSINESS
By Candice Baker | August 1, 2007
Three years ago on her summer break from college, Mindy Gayer was asked by a family friend to design some personal stationery for them. With that initial design, Gayer stumbled into what proved to be a lucrative niche market: high-end stationery designs for discriminating patrons. Business has become so good that Gayer, 24, has opened Cotton, a new paper goods shop and design studio in Laguna that fills a need as the only full-service custom stationer in town. "I was so surprised at how many boutiques are here, and yet how few people are in the boutique paper industry," Gayer said.
NEWS
By CHERRIL DOTY | June 8, 2007
The symphony of birdsong begins early. At 3:15 a.m. I hear the rhythmic deep hooting of an owl ? the bassoon soloist. The answering sound further up the hill comes moments later. The two echo each other in a haunting duet until I drift back to a deep dreaming sleep. By 5:15 a.m. the full orchestra is tuning up. The melodic mockingbirds, warbling house finches, and twittering goldfinches all practice their own distinctive sounds. The percussionist crows and blue jays raucously pound home their own rasping, booming voices and an occasional screech from the unpracticed violinist of the orchestra ?
NEWS
By Candice Baker | May 4, 2007
From the raucous cheers that came out of the El Morro Elementary School multipurpose room last Friday, you would think that either J.K. Rowling or Lil' Romeo was within. But Bertha Arvizu, Cecelia Camarena, Ruth Chavez, Patricia Marquez, Raulie Marquez, Francisco Popoca, Horacio Velasquez, Sergio Villa and Marcos Zepeda offered more star power than the most popular celebrity during El Morro's Bus Driver Appreciation Day. The celebration began with students and parents greeting the drivers at their morning stops with homemade cards, spontaneous applause and flowers.
NEWS
By By Charles D. Williams | November 25, 2005
A few weeks ago, Steve Huberty invited my family and me to a surprise party for Bob Burnham at Bluebird Park, given by the Bluebird Canyon Community Assn. My son Charlie, Sarah, his wife, and my grandbabies Abigail and Hannah all showed up to walk down to Bluebird Park. Later, my daughter Kiersten surprised me by appearing, and the only one missing was Charity, who's getting her master's degree in New Mexico. The gathering was heartwarming. All the families from the slide were there, plus the mayor and all the city officials and even the geologist.
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