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April 25, 2003
CHASING THE MUSE What amazing creatures we humans are. Bright eyes filled with the power of colored sight, bodies that continually challenge and test their physical limits, and minds that absorb and expand knowledge with the broad capacity to create. We are gifted beyond our ability to see ourselves. Yet, millenniums have passed since first we stood erect, and still, we have not mastered the social or cultural skills which would allow us to live in peace.
NEWS
December 13, 2002
CHASING DOWN THE MUSE "Well, now that we have seen each other," said the Unicorn, "if you believe in me, I'll believe in you. Is that a bargain?" -- LEWIS CARROLL, ALICE'S ADVENTURES THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS "There isn't any Santa Claus," and 8-year-old child tells her friend. I just can't let the words pass without comment. "Are you sure?" I ask. "I know his wife," is the precocious answer, as if this explains it all. We banter back and forth for a while.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | June 5, 2009
The Laguna Beach High boys? volleyball team got a second chance, and the Breakers want to take advantage of it. After losing in the CIF Southern Section Division II semifinals, the Breakers are the second-seeded team in the inaugural CIF Southern California Regional Division III tournament. Laguna Beach swept past visiting Clovis North in the first round of the SoCal Regional, 25-10, 25-21, 25-19, on Tuesday. The Breakers played host to No. 3-seeded Salesian in a semifinal Thursday night after press time.
NEWS
August 23, 2002
DISCOVER YOUR PUBLIC LIBRARY Sure, we have books! But we have so much more -- including a belief in the importance of community service. That is why during August your library is supporting "Project Backpack" a program sponsored locally by the North Laguna Chapter of the MOMS club (Moms Offering Moms Support). MOMS, an international, nonprofit organization with more than 1,300 chapters, is comprised of stay-at-home moms who realize the importance of being very involved in their children's lives as well as in community projects, especially those benefiting young people.
NEWS
May 11, 2002
ADDRESS: 285 Legion St., Laguna Beach TELEPHONE: (949) 494-5815 DENOMINATION: Hare Krishna YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1981 SERVICE TIMES: Sunday worship is at 6 p.m. followed by a Sunday feast; daily worship is held from 5 to 9 a.m. TEMPLE PRESIDENT: Tukaram Das SIZE OF CONGREGATION: 300 MAKEUP OF CONGREGATION: Members come from throughout greater Orange County. TYPE OF WORSHIP: The worship service is monotheistic -- the doctrine or belief that there is one God. The congregation practices devotional service to God through the chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra and reading from the main scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita.
NEWS
By JAMES PRIBRAM | June 29, 2007
For some here in Laguna Beach, summer kicks off with the high school graduation or the first day of seasonal lifeguards working on our beaches. For others, such as myself, it is the opening of the Sawdust Festival, where each year local residents are treated to a residents only opening night of the festival which showcases our local artists and their many talents. That includes artists who paint Laguna Beach landscapes, or the fascinating-to-watch glass blowers, or the ceramicists who throw that piece of clay and turn it into magic.
NEWS
By BARBARA DIAMOND | October 21, 2005
Monday was ladies night in Laguna Beach. The Laguna Beach Foundation of the American Assn. of University Women honored four locals for their outstanding contributions to the community. Valerie Imhof, Michelle Reinglass, Toni Iseman and Elizabeth Pearson-Schneider were presented with the 2005 star trophies at the seventh annual leadership dinner, held at Tivoli Too. The 1999 women of achievement also were presented with stars, which were not a part of the event that first year.
NEWS
By BARBARA DIAMOND | December 2, 2005
The Oxford Dictionary defines philanthropy as love of mankind, practical sympathy and benevolence. Laguna is loaded with philanthropists who devote time to helping the poor and the troubled. Janice and Ted Smith were honored recently with the Orange County Spirit of Philanthropy Lifetime Achievement Award. "We were totally surprised," Ted Smith said. "We didn't appreciate how widely supported this program is. I was amazed. There were 1,100 people at the luncheon." The Smiths were recognized for their donations of time and money to UC Irvine, the Segerstrom Concert Hall and the MIND Institute, founded by the late Gordon Shaw of Laguna Beach.
NEWS
April 10, 2014
Guess what's back? Measles. Really. This shouldn't be. The dangerous trend of not vaccinating children is leading to an uptick in a highly preventable disease that was all but eradicated in Southern California. Children are needlessly suffering from the misinformation campaigns about the supposed, and mostly denounced, dangers of vaccines. There's a real threat here in Orange County, which, as the Los Angeles Times reported, has had the biggest outbreak of measles of any county in the state.
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NEWS
April 25, 2003
CHASING THE MUSE What amazing creatures we humans are. Bright eyes filled with the power of colored sight, bodies that continually challenge and test their physical limits, and minds that absorb and expand knowledge with the broad capacity to create. We are gifted beyond our ability to see ourselves. Yet, millenniums have passed since first we stood erect, and still, we have not mastered the social or cultural skills which would allow us to live in peace.
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