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By Cherril Doty | December 19, 2008
“I get by with a little help from my friends. ”   As we arrive at this Friday in December 2008 the holiday season is fully upon us. As far back as the time of the Roman Empire, this is traditionally the season of gift-giving. Even in this year of economic hardship for so many, I hear people speaking of ways in which they might still give. We give to strangers in gifts of charity. We try to come up with the things that members of our family both need and will treasure while keeping costs down.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Kawaratani | November 13, 2009
“At least you’ll never be a vegetable — even artichokes have hearts.” ” Without much of a hint of nostalgia, I pulled out the last of the tomatoes, peppers and zucchini last month. They were great while they lasted during the spring and summer, but like almost everything eventually, when they’re done, they’re done. Fortunately, the best is yet to come. While those who live in less perfect climes than Laguna are putting their gardens to bed, we have a brand new season to enjoy.
NEWS
January 2, 2004
Glori Fickling Just in time to ring in 2004, along came Pomodoro Cucina Italiano finally bringing the restaurants of Forest Avenue full cycle. This incarnation at 234 Forest Ave. is the inspired creation of dynamic Adriano Paganini, who took over the long-vacated site of Vertical, which is adjacent to award-winning 240 Forest. The latest in a chain of 35 Italian trattorias, Paganini initially launched in San Francisco exactly 10 years ago this month.
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By Bryce Alderton | February 5, 2013
By day, Joanne Culverhouse and Jenny Salberg are principals. On Monday night, they also were servers in a restaurant. Culverhouse, principal at Laguna Beach High School, and Salberg, principal at Thurston Middle School, got a workout walking plates to hungry customers inside a packed Lumberyard Restaurant, where diners decided whose cuisine would reign supreme. Culverhouse and Salberg teamed up against Ron LaMotte and Chris Duddy, principals of Top of the World and El Morro elementary schools, in the fourth annual Chef Challenge, a fundraiser organized by SchoolPower for the four public Laguna Beach schools.
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By Barbara Diamond | December 29, 2009
Traditions are the bookmarks in the stories of our lives. And the holidays abound with traditions, including some I could do without, like Brussels sprouts at Thanksgiving. Some of the holiday traditions are shared with many — decorating a Christmas tree, lighting a menorah — a tradition even more special for Lee Winocur Field now that her daughter, Avivah , is a rabbi. Other traditions are special to just the family or close friends. “My family grew up in the ’50s,” Marsha Bode said.
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By Cherril Doty | December 19, 2008
“I get by with a little help from my friends. ”   As we arrive at this Friday in December 2008 the holiday season is fully upon us. As far back as the time of the Roman Empire, this is traditionally the season of gift-giving. Even in this year of economic hardship for so many, I hear people speaking of ways in which they might still give. We give to strangers in gifts of charity. We try to come up with the things that members of our family both need and will treasure while keeping costs down.
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