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By Cindy Frazier | March 19, 2009
When the economy is a disaster zone, who do you call? A disaster economist, of course. And one need look no further than downtown. This disaster-prone city has a disaster specialist right in its own front yard. Randall Bell has been called upon to facilitate reconstruction at the World Trade Center, and to assess the damage from 50-year-old atomic testing at the Bikini Atoll. The Laguna Beach resident works out of a converted cottage on Broadway with the startling sign “ Realestatedamages.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2008
?Master of Disaster? to speak in Laguna Randall Bell, often called the ?Master of Disaster? for his work involving major crises, will discuss his new book, ?Bottom Line Results: The 10 Strategies for Achievement,? at the Latitude 33 Bookshop at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. As an economist, Bell?s work has taken him to disaster sites all over the world, including here in Laguna Beach with the 2005 Bluebird Canyon landslide home sites. ?When I walk into a boardroom to discuss the fate of the World Trade Center site, hack through the jungle of the Bikini Atoll Nuclear Test Sites, or drive a Humvee though the flooded areas of New Orleans, I have a strategy.
NEWS
June 17, 2005
Randall Bell Working in the field of real estate damage economics, I typically have to take long flights to inspect the disaster sites that we study. Little did I know that the next disaster I would see would be in my own backyard. As I drove to my office in Laguna Beach on June 1, fire, police and rescue emergency vehicles continuously passed me. I thought that something had happened on the beach, only to learn minutes later about the major Laguna Beach landslide.
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By Barbara Diamond | November 2, 2006
Internationally known storyteller Theodore "Ted" Taylor died Oct. 26 at his Woods Cove home. He was 85. Taylor's three children, his wife and her daughter were at his bedside. "He was at home in his own bedroom, which he wanted to be his final stopping place," said Flora Taylor, his wife of 25 years. "The room was just bursting with love. You could feel it." Taylor died five years after his first heart surgery. A celebration of his life will be held in January, most likely at the Canyon Lodge at Ben Brown's Golf Course Resort, where he and his wife often played golf, daughter Wendy Carroll said.
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By Cindy Frazier | March 26, 2009
FOR THE RECORD: A story about disaster economist Randall Bell, ?Looking for the silver linings,? in the March 20 issue of the Coastline Pilot should have stated that the Heaven?s Gate mass suicide took place in Rancho Santa Fe.. When the economy is a disaster zone, who do you call? A disaster economist, of course. And one need look no further than downtown. This disaster-prone city has a disaster specialist right in its own front yard. Randall Bell has been called upon to facilitate reconstruction at the World Trade Center, and to assess the damage from 50-year-old atomic testing at the Bikini Atoll.
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