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By Andrea Kofl | February 27, 2009
South Coast Medical Center recently announced its decision to transfer patients from the hospital?s sub-acute unit to similar facilities. While this transition will impact relatively few patients, the move is understandably disconcerting to their families, so we at South Coast are doing everything we can to make the process as smooth as possible. That being said, it?s not surprising that some family members are appealing the relocation of their loved ones. But in that well-meaning effort, some inaccurate information has been reported as fact both before the City Council and in the press.
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By Karen K. Redding | March 24, 2006
Constance Dawson, featured speaker of the March Coffee Break program organized by the PTA, is working to spread the word that overindulgence isn't just about "spoiling" kids -- it's a form of neglect. Well-intentioned parents can actually wind up shielding their children from taking part in key developmental tasks and learning necessary life lessons. Overindulgence is giving children too much of what looks good, too soon, and for too long. It's giving them things or experiences that are not appropriate for their age or their interests and talents.
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March 21, 2008
Senior Art Escapes offered in April The City of Laguna Beach, Senior Services and LOCA (Laguna Outreach for Community Arts) is presenting a new slate of free Senior Art Escapes Workshops. The Art of Drawing will be held April 9, 16 and 23. The class includes simple still life; discussion of basic theory of drawing by artist/instructor Gayle Foley; set-up of a still life in a formal series of drawings designed to improve drawing skills; and a living model for students to draw.
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By Dr. Alfonso Jimenez | September 22, 2006
Question: Should medical marijuana dispensaries be allowed in Laguna? Answer: Yes The state of California does not provide any method for qualifying patients to receive medical cannabis. There is no place in the state to legally purchase medical cannabis. The state does not supply starter plants, nor will give advice on how to grow medical cannabis. Pressure should be put on the state to allow for collective and cooperative operations. A recent California Appellate Court decision in People v. Urziceanu marked the rare occasion when California courts eked out further protection for patient collectives/ cooperatives as well as dispensing collectives/cooperatives.
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By: | October 12, 2005
TODAY Carl Miles will perform Jazz on the Patio from 7 to 10 p.m. at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, 145 S. San Fernando Blvd., Burbank. Performing from 7 to 10 p.m. on Thursday is the pop acoustic duo, Red Letter. For more information, call (818) 569-5240. THURSDAY Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 6 a.m. at Unity Church of Burbank, 637 S. Victory Blvd. For information, call (818) 567-4200. FRIDAY BCR "A Place to Grow" will have a "Ghosts of Halloween" dance from 7 to 9:15 p.m. for adults and teenagers 16+ with developmental disabilities at the McCambridge Recreation Center, 1515 N. Glenoaks Blvd.
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May 12, 2010
    Catherine Elizabeth “Cay” Cannon passed away on April 16, 2010 from natural causes at the Motion Picture Home in Woodland Hills, CA. She was 81 years old. Cay was born on May 26, 1928 in Springfield, Massachusetts, the second child of Richard Hartley and Katherine Alexandra Fox and spent her formative years...
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By: Darleene Barrientos | September 10, 2005
College students displaced by Hurricane Katrina will be able to attend a California Community College for the price of a resident if the Assembly and the governor approve a bill written by Assemblywoman Carol Liu. The bill, which passed with a vote of 39-0 in the Senate Wednesday, will waive nonresident tuition for this school year for students from Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama whose colleges closed because of...
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By Andrea Kofl | February 27, 2009
South Coast Medical Center recently announced its decision to transfer patients from the hospital?s sub-acute unit to similar facilities. While this transition will impact relatively few patients, the move is understandably disconcerting to their families, so we at South Coast are doing everything we can to make the process as smooth as possible. That being said, it?s not surprising that some family members are appealing the relocation of their loved ones. But in that well-meaning effort, some inaccurate information has been reported as fact both before the City Council and in the press.
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