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By Tom Titus | July 17, 2009
With apologies to Don McLean, the real “day the music died” was May 14, 1998, when the 82-year career of Francis Albert Sinatra finally ran its course. Sinatra once said, “You only live once, but the way I do it, once is enough.” That life is being celebrated with class, verve and gusto in “My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra” at the Laguna Playhouse. Of the thousands of songs Sinatra recorded from the 1940s through the 1990s, show co-creator (with Todd Olson)
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November 5, 2004
Officer injured while chasing suspect An officer was injured while chasing a skateboarder who was speeding downhill. Police said Patricia Bishop, 39, of Laguna Niguel, was riding on a skateboard around 10:20 a.m. Monday, and was traveling downhill on Aliso Circle at speeds between 25 and 30 mph toward on-coming traffic. According to police, the suspect was barely able to control her skateboard. The police officer made a traffic stop, and during the conversation with the suspect, the suspect said "I don't need this," and ran off, said Sgt. Lenyi of the Laguna Beach Police Department.
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July 22, 2005
TOM TITUS Ask anyone who has survived a Catholic school education and he or she probably will tell you that it wasn't much fun. Reliving that experience, however, by attending a performance of "Late Nite Catechism" would be quite a bit of fun. The dark night production that kept Laguna Playhouse audiences chuckling for two seasons finally has run its course. But, just when you thought it was safe to go back into the classroom, here comes "Late Nite Catechism II" or "Sometimes We Feel Guilty Because We ARE Guilty."
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By Matt Szabo | August 14, 2009
HERMOSA BEACH ? Margie Walsh stood under the tent Saturday morning at the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Hermosa Beach Open. In her hands, she had her two-month-old grandson, Joey. Joey Jennings, the son of AVP players Casey Jennings and Kerri Walsh, didn?t know any better. He made funny faces and looked adorable, like all babies do, with his bright blue eyes. But Margie Walsh, Kerri?s mom, probably couldn?t help her disappointment after her daughter and Laguna Beach native Rachel Wacholder were knocked out in fifth place.
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By By Barbara Diamond | December 30, 2005
Tested by the landslide, Elizabeth PearsonSchneider shows she has what it takes. `She is Laguna's angel,' says a former opponent.Elizabeth Pearson-Schneider came into her own in 2005. Long disdained by the more liberal element in town, Pearson-Schneider surprised critics when she formed an alliance with her 2002 election opponent, Councilwoman Toni Iseman, to forge a compromise on the relocation of the city's maintenance yard to Act V -- and then beguiled them with her passionate, compassionate leadership when the June 1 landslide devastated the city.
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January 17, 2013
Obituary Ronny Dean Newman began life in Lake City, Iowa on December 4, 1938.  He enjoyed humorously noting that there was actually NO lake, and NO city.  His parents, Harold and Verva Astleford Newman continued on to have 10 more children.  Life for the large Newman family in rural Iowa was characterized by conditions typical of the Great Depression.  Ron claimed that he and his siblings each got one pair of shoes per year - at the first snowfall. ...
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By Cherril Doty | November 5, 2007
Age is a terrible thief. Just when you’re getting the hang of life, it knocks your legs out from under you and stoops your back. — from "Water for Elephants" by Sara Gruen  As I ready to make another trip to the desert to visit my mother — this time to celebrate her 91st birthday — I remember these somewhat tongue-in-cheek lines and others from the wonderful book by Ms. Gruen. This young woman really seems to nail aging on the head in her main character, Jacob.
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October 15, 2004
Laguna Beach Police seek alleged attacker A woman told police she was attacked by a man who offered to walk her home from a supermarket. Police did not release the name of the woman, a 56-year-old Laguna Beach resident. She told police that at about 1 a.m. on Sunday, she was approached by a man while she was carrying groceries outside the Ralph's supermarket on South Coast Highway, Sgt. Jason Kravetz said. The woman told investigators that without provocation, the man punched her in the face and knocked her on the ground, before she retaliated.
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May 28, 2004
CHERRIL DOTY "The pen is the tongue of the mind." -- MIGUEL CERVANTES Frequently, questions come up when people find out you're a writer: What do you write about? Where do you get ideas? Everything. Everywhere. And I read. And I listen. And I watch. And I smell, and I taste, and I touch. How long does it take you to write a column? About as long as I've got to give to it. How do you know how to say it? Often, I don't. I just put one word in front of the other.
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By Tom Titus | July 17, 2009
With apologies to Don McLean, the real “day the music died” was May 14, 1998, when the 82-year career of Francis Albert Sinatra finally ran its course. Sinatra once said, “You only live once, but the way I do it, once is enough.” That life is being celebrated with class, verve and gusto in “My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra” at the Laguna Playhouse. Of the thousands of songs Sinatra recorded from the 1940s through the 1990s, show co-creator (with Todd Olson)
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