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By Terry Markowitz | January 25, 2008
After the tryptophan trance of Thanksgiving and the honey-ham haze of Christmas comes the total amnesia of New Year’s Eve; but now we must awaken to Scale Ascension Shock. This month, Weight Watchers has lines out the door with sinners looking for redemption. People are frantically bicycling to nowhere in gyms all over town, and trainers are cracking their whips, driving their charges from ab machine to Bosu ball. Once again, the diet season is upon us. For those of us who are foolish enough to make them, losing weight is perennially the No. 1 New Year’s resolution.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 6, 2008
You probably don’t think of Coyote Grill as a place for fusion cuisine but, in fact, it serves not only the advertised Baja Style, but also Tex-Mex, Caribbean and good old American favorites. As best we can discover, Baja Style is defined by the fish taco. Mexicans living in coastal areas have probably been eating fish tacos since the year 1, but the port city of Ensenada claims to be the birthplace of this legendary fast food with the opening of the first taco stand in the Mercado Negro in 1958.
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March 21, 2003
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Much more than a meal, dining at restaurants with an old friend who visits from the East Coast resembles a bad comedy routine -- punctuated by playful under-the-table pokes and stifled groans hidden behind the safety of a menu. My pal, Judy, is not a clever wit who intentionally amuses her table mates. She's just exceedingly particular about what she eats. All salad dressings and sauces go on the side, and wait persons are summarily drilled about how her chosen source of protein is prepared.
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April 26, 2002
Mary A. Castillo To the steady count of assistant choreographer Liza Bugarin, the dancers of the Laguna Beach High School Dance Co. twist, turn and kick through one of the acts from the upcoming production, "VOLUME." Meanwhile stage techs are busy focusing lights, testing sound and setting up the video monitors that will be part of the show. In the center of it all stands Tod Kubo, producer/director of "VOLUME" and the founder of the Laguna Beach High School Dance Co. In his classroom there are no dry-erase boards or desks.
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By: Cherie Mercer Twohy | October 8, 2005
Do you all know about Kenneth Village, or am I about to let a secret out? I will admit that, until recently, I had sort of forgotten about this little corner of heaven, with its walkers, joggers and (baby) strollers, and appealing storefronts. It's a peaceful place to spend a few hours, especially a few lunch hours. A good place to start is George's Cucina Italiana. The small, 10-table interior is reminiscent of a European wine cellar, with coved ceilings and dim, flickering lights.
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By BARBARA DIAMOND | February 15, 2007
The Woman's Club of Laguna Beach Club hosted a "twofer" at this year's Mayor's Luncheon. Elizabeth Schneider and Steven Dicterow , who split 2006 in the mayor's chair, were honored Feb. 2 at the club, the 10th anniversary of the annual event. "When I talk to people outside the city, they always say Laguna is their favorite town and when I ask them why, they say because it's not like anywhere else," Schneider said. "Laguna is unique. A luncheon like this never happens anywhere else."
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By ELLE HARROW | April 6, 2007
When you're lying awake with a dismal headache And repose is tabooed by anxiety I conceive you may use any language you choose To indulge in without impropriety... — Gilbert and Sullivan Is your mother-in-law coming for an indefinite stay? Did your son who just graduated from MIT come home to move back into his old room? Did it cost you $75 to fill up your gas tank yesterday? Bothered by the time change, the fluctuations in the stock market and the weather?
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | March 27, 2009
Do you ever find yourself making a phone call and having a moment of panic because you couldn?t remember whom you called? On Monday, can you remember the movie you saw Saturday? Are notes and lists becoming an essential part of your life? If you are of a certain age, as we are, this will all sound very familiar. Longtime Laguna resident Josh Reynolds, our local brain fitness guru, wants to help you out. This brain scientist/ inventor has worked out a program to improve your focus and memory, called 20/20 Brain Power.
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