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By Cynthia Fung | July 15, 2008
On July 23 and August 13, this year’s distinguished guest artist, Chris Hoy, will present Wildlife Days at the 2008 Sawdust Art Festival, from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Hoy, along with long-time associate and co-founder of E&E Animals, Shannon Thompson, will share with Sawdust visitors some of the world’s most exotic animals that inspire Hoy’s own wildlife acrylic paintings. Live on the Main Entertainment Deck will be a variety of select species for guests to meet and greet, up close and personal.
BUSINESS
By Candice Baker | September 14, 2007
A new shop may turn Lagunans’ visions of home design inside out. “Basically our concept is to combine indoor/outdoor living,” said Inside Out owner and Laguna resident Melissa Arnold. “We try to take things that you would normally use inside the home outside, and bring garden items inside.” Most items in the store are limited or one-of-a-kind, Arnold said. “We don’t like to carry a lot of duplicate merchandise,” she said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | July 14, 2006
Several Hollywood stars will be on hand to meet with their fans from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Festival of Arts. But don't expect to see Johnny Depp and Keira Knightley there. These stars aren't so easy to spot. But when you see a capuchin monkey, kinkajou, hedgehog, wallaby, binturong, serval cat, kookaburra, albino Burmese python, and three baboons at the festival -- all escorted by their handlers, of course ? you can rest assured they have showbiz resumes. The festival's "Walk on the Wild Side" will present exotic animals that have appeared on The Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, The Disney Channel and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
NEWS
July 18, 2008
Junior Art Day is Saturday at Festival of Arts Kids can enjoy hands-on art making activities, such as paint-a-pot, printmaking and more from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday during Junior Art Day. All Junior Art Day activities are free, as is admission for children 12 and under. Art supplies are limited, and admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Hands-on art activities include paint-a-pot at the ceramics booth, creating an artfully inspired hat, and make-a-print at the printmaking booth.
NEWS
July 15, 2005
Get wild at the Festival of Arts From noon to 4 p.m. Saturday the Festival of Arts is having its annual day of exotic animals coming to the grounds for their "Walk on the Wild Side." Wild kingdom guests include a baby giraffe, capuchin monkey, kinkajou, coatimundi, wallaby, binturong, serval cat, kookaburra, albino Burmese python and more. Wildlife artist Julita Jones will capture the beauty of wildlife through printmaking and a Caribbean steel drum band will provide the live music.
NEWS
October 18, 2002
BEST BUYS Locals Only is the Barneys New York equivalent of a vintage clothing store. For 20 years owners Jim Olarte and Larry Craig have preferred a minimalist display and carry what's in fashion in vintage styles from the mid-1940s to mid-'70s. If peasant dresses are in, turquoise or fur, you'll find them here. Surfwear designers from Stussy, Billabong, Hang Ten Italy and Hollister Ranch shop here for inspiration. An archive room in back serves as their resource; they digitize hundreds of images of clothing.
NEWS
By Barbara Diamond | September 15, 2011
Recipes, booths, dogs and one cat were judged Sunday, but the real winners were Laguna's three animal shelters. The 15th annual Pet Parade & Chili Cookoff raised $18,000 for the Laguna Beach Animal Shelter, Blue Bell Foundation for Cats and the Pacific Marine Mammal Center. All three facilities are located in Laguna Canyon and suffered damage in the December deluge, but all are now operating at full bore. The city shelter cares for lost, stray, sick or injured animals rescued by Animal Services officers in Laguna Beach and Laguna Woods.
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