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By Sherwood Kiraly | December 5, 2008
It’s not enough that we’re all hemorrhaging money, now it’s Christmastime and we have to buy gifts for our loved ones. Will the rain never stop? In an effort to help those of you who are down to the bone, today’s column will feature dining recommendations for lean times. I recently tested these dishes myself, and I can testify that they’re cheap. We’ll start with a staple from the old days. When I left college I was afraid of starving, and as a theater major, I had reason for my fear.
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June 7, 2002
-- Story by Mary A. Castillo, photo by TKTK HE IS: Keeping the parks of Laguna Beach in bloom. TOP OF THE WORLD While the neighborhood children play in the sand box and residents walk their dogs through Alta Laguna Park, city gardener Andrew Kliss is busy making sure the plants are healthy. "I make sure everything looks good," he said. "But for the most part, we allow nature to take care of itself." Since June 1985, Kliss has commuted from Escondido to beautify the city of Laguna Beach.
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By Barbara Diamond and By Barbara Diamond | July 11, 2013
Laguna Wine, Coffee & Specialty Foods opened July 2 in Landmark Plaza, in the space formerly occupied by Coast Sotheby's realty. The name says it all. Wines on custom-made racks, a huge selection of olive oils and vinegars, olive oils, cheeses, crackers and chocolates cover most of the 3,163 square feet of space. Customers are invited to make requests if they can't find what they want in stock. An aromatic coffee and beverage bar is located just to the right of the entrance on Forest Avenue.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 1, 2008
Most restaurants have a parking lot, but how many parking lots have a restaurant (or three)? In Fashion Island, clumped in the middle are Roy’s, Fleming’s and Blue Coral. Within a few short steps, you can satisfy most of your high-end food hankerings as easily as you can your fast-food fantasies in a food court at the mall. At Roy’s there is Asian fusion, Fleming’s features steaks and Blue Coral, of course, is fish. After The Hard Rock Café next door served its last burger, the Fleming’s group saw a prime opportunity to cover almost all the bases by opening a sister restaurant serving seafood.
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December 24, 2004
CATHARINE COOPER Seems as if the holiday spirit fully seeps into my system just about the time the cherished day arrives, and just as quickly fades from the scene. The flurry of parties, shopping and frantic decorating come to an abrupt halt. The time span between Halloween and Christmas seems ever shortened, and sadly the year moves toward its end. An early celebration dinner at my mother's house awakens cherished memories. I sit by the side of her Christmas tree, and suddenly, I am again 7 years old. I play with her collection of stuffed bears, while recollections of Christmas past flood my mind.
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December 16, 2005
There are many ways to enjoy the holiday season in Laguna: Santa's House Santa will be visiting with children and taking pictures daily through Dec. 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. in Santa's House on Forest Ave. No charge to visit Santa, $5 for pictures. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Information: (949) 494.1018 Library family night Laguna Beach Library invites the community to enjoy a fun-filled evening on Tuesday. Beginning at 4 p.m., Suni Paz, guitarist and folk musician, will share multicultural music.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | December 18, 2009
The new Junior League cookbook is out and you can pick it up at Culinary Arts in the Canyon, Laguna Beach Books, Lattitude 33, Tuvalu and Stephen Frank Garden and Home or jlocc.org jlocc.org . The book is called “Orange County Fare, a Culinary Journey through the California Riviera.” Besides some excellent, easy recipes, there are gorgeous photographs of Orange County, tidbits of information about local history, famous contributors and chefs. So if you want to know how John Stamos grills seafood or Vanna White makes green pea salad, this is the ticket.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 10, 2007
We have lived in Laguna for more than 30 years and, of course, we've seen some changes, but lately it seems these changes have been happening more frequently and rapidly. Maybe it has something to do with our age, but for many years we both felt that Laguna remained pretty much the same. Then, gradually, we began to lose the little shops that provided services to locals ? the five and 10 cent store, the electrical repair shop, the little markets like Gene's and Acords, and we started to see more fancy furniture stores, expensive dress shops and high-end restaurants (for which we are very grateful)
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December 20, 2007
The Nix Nature Center?s interior exhibits recently received the exhibit design world?s highest honor ? first place in the National Assn. for Interpretation?s 2007 Interpretive Media Awards Competition. The award was announced Nov. 8 at the organization?s national workshop in Wichita, Kan. The Nix Center?s ?Full View? entry was one of 97 in the national competition, which promotes excellence in natural, cultural and historical interpretation. Prepared and submitted by Laguna Canyon Foundation and exhibit consultants The Acorn Group and SoLa Creative, the entry, ?
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By Sherwood Kiraly | December 5, 2008
It’s not enough that we’re all hemorrhaging money, now it’s Christmastime and we have to buy gifts for our loved ones. Will the rain never stop? In an effort to help those of you who are down to the bone, today’s column will feature dining recommendations for lean times. I recently tested these dishes myself, and I can testify that they’re cheap. We’ll start with a staple from the old days. When I left college I was afraid of starving, and as a theater major, I had reason for my fear.
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