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May 13, 2005
Lauren Vane After walking from Tijuana to Laguna Beach, Nathan Auerbach was tired. Sitting on the tailgate of an SUV parked in a lot off the highway, Auerbach unlaced his athletic shoes and rubbed his feet. Instead of taking a nap, Auerbach took a box from the back, pulled out a fresh pair of shoes and laced them up. He had been walking for days, but Auerbach was not finishing up -- he was just getting started. Friday was day six of Auerbach's quest to walk the West Coast from Mexico to Canada in the name of eradicating polio worldwide.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | February 2, 2007
Farmer's market regulars can't have helped noticing the gorgeous abundance of greens appearing at the new Devon's Organics stand. Their color and vibrancy grab your attention and beckon you to the stall. Once there, you will encounter Ira Auerbach, a transplanted New Yorker, who has spent a good part of his life promoting healthy organic food. As a teenager, he worked in his father's business delivering Hebrew National smoked-meat products — all the while espousing vegetarianism.
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By Joanna Clay, joanna.clay@latimes.com | August 25, 2011
A new performing arts center in South Orange County might give the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts a little competition. Soka University's Performing Arts Center in Aliso Viejo opens Sept. 17. It has something in common with the famous L.A. music hall: Yasuhisa Toyota of Nagata Acoustics, who also worked on the Disney hall, helped create the 47,836-square-foot, $73-million project. A walk through the center, which can seat up to 1,000, reveals Toyota's minimalist design and an attention to his specialty: acoustics.
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June 24, 2005
BARBARA DIAMOND A combination of "Fine Food, Fine Art and Fun" netted the Laguna College of Art & Design $65,000 at the 16th annual Collector's Choice fundraiser June 11. More than 100 works were donated to the event, which included dinner, prizes and live and silent auctions. The auction was held on the school campus. High bid in the live auction was $2,900 for "Central Park Cops," painted by Christopher Canullo, who graduated from the college in 2002.
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By Eugene Auerbach | September 18, 2009
In a typical business cycle, there are four steps: ?Boom ?Crash ?Recession and Depression ?Recovery In regard to the business cycle, there are two authors who have historically attracted wide followings: Karl Marx and Maynard Keynes. Other economists, Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman for example, developed followers but they never obtained mass support such as the theories of Marx and Keynes. Marx developed theories that are the basis for Communism and socialism.
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