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By Catharine Cooper | June 12, 2009
I didn’t set out to find a dog. They all found me. Two came with the house I bought in Mexico. Another wandered in a few weeks later. And then there were the two straggly mutts that had made “camp” on the porch of the empty house across the street. They were small dogs, about the size of miniature poodles, with long matted hair. One was dark to light gray, the other a dirty blond. For the first few days, I kept chasing them back to the porch. The three other dogs were already eating through large bags of kibble, and I was still learning to navigate bark-bark instead of meow (I’d been a cat person my entire life)
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By STEVE KAWARATANI | June 29, 2007
"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." ? Robert A. Heinlein "Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole." ? Roger Caras The foamy waters of the Pacific reached out to caress my feet with each replicating wave, thin strands of sea grass sliding between my toes. I walked south from a deserted Main Beach. the sunrise nearly an hour away. I quickened my pace to numb my sense of loss, Catharine's loss.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 16, 2007
Artists join up for holiday sale A group of 10 local artists will host a ?From Pearls to Paint? Thanksgiving weekend holiday sale at the Bridge Hall in Congregational Church, at the corner of Saint Anns Drive and Glenneyre Street. Fine art, photography, jewelry and handmade crafts will be among the items featured. The sale will be from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 23 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 24. For more information, call (949) 494-6220 or e-mail pcoop@cox.net. Catechism returns for Christmas run The Laguna Playhouse brings back the hit comedy ?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Kawaratani | February 27, 2009
Rain is generally celebrated in Laguna as a break from our genial but seasonless climate. However, seasonal winds often contribute to a myriad of problems in our gardens. With the wettest and wildest weeks of the winter perhaps still a possibility, what can we do to protect not only our plantings, but also our homes from future storms? Readying your garden for a storm begins with personal observation. Do the trees and shrubs need to be pruned off the house? Is there a possibility that these plants may remove paint and roofing during heavy winds?
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By Catharine Cooper | June 12, 2009
I didn’t set out to find a dog. They all found me. Two came with the house I bought in Mexico. Another wandered in a few weeks later. And then there were the two straggly mutts that had made “camp” on the porch of the empty house across the street. They were small dogs, about the size of miniature poodles, with long matted hair. One was dark to light gray, the other a dirty blond. For the first few days, I kept chasing them back to the porch. The three other dogs were already eating through large bags of kibble, and I was still learning to navigate bark-bark instead of meow (I’d been a cat person my entire life)
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