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By Gene Felder | March 24, 2010
"Frank Interlandi dies at 85; former L.A. Times editorial cartoonist" is the title of the February 10, 2010 Los Angeles Times article by Dennis McLellan (see http://articles.latimes.com/2010/feb/10/local/la-me-frank-interlandi10-2010feb10) "The Laguna Beach artist drew cartoons for the paper from 1962 until 1981." The article includes "The Interlandi brothers [identical twin brother cartoonist Phil Interlandi of Playboy magazine] were among a gaggle of newspaper and magazine cartoonists in Laguna who began taking midday bar breaks together in the 1950s.
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By Cindy Frazier, cindy.frazier@latimes.com | October 7, 2010
Atheist Niko Theris, 82, celebrated International Blasphemy Day on Thursday by rendering 38 Bibles unreadable and leaving them around the downtown area. By 6:11 a.m., 10 had been turned in to the Laguna Beach Police Department, according to Sgt. Bob Rahaeuser. The Bibles had an inscription stating that they were in honor of International Blasphemy Rights Day. One had nails hammered into it in the shape of a cross; another was secured with a nut and bolt; another had a chain link with a padlock on it. Police officers photographed the Bibles and investigated the Blasphemy Day link, but did not connect them to Theris.
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November 12, 2004
Suzie Harrison "The Art and Entertainment of Chuck Jones," a body of work by the late animation director Chuck Jones will premiere Thursday at Laguna College of Art and Design, which seems fitting since he thought of the college as family. Lesser known works by Jones' include his classic art pieces -- those are some of the jewels in this exhibit, including his extensive work in watercolors, charcoal, as well as his drawings of animals and their cartoon counterparts.
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July 26, 2002
Dennis Piszkiewicz I really did not want to see "The Powerpuff Girls Movie," but my son Andy did and I owed him one. If you have young children and cable television, you already know that this film is based on the Cartoon Network's animated series of the same name. It features three pre-school girls with the powers of superheroes. I doubted that the producers could stretch the half-hour television program to a full-length feature or get their low-budget animation to look anything other than cheap on the big screen.
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By Joanna Clay | January 12, 2012
It's Wednesday night in a Costa Mesa warehouse. For The Gromble, that means rehearsing until 1 a.m. The Laguna Niguel-based rock band is preparing for its potential recognition at the Orange County Music Awards. The Gromble's Detroit Bar showcase on Jan. 3 proved successful, with a packed house and positive reviews. They're also gearing up to finish their latest album, which they hope to have out by the time the awards show comes in March. The band is fronted by Spencer Askin, 21, who not only does vocals but also plays guitar and the occasional trumpet.
NEWS
February 26, 2009
The Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts will honor Michael Ramirez at the third annual Art Star Awards to be March 18 at [seven-degrees]. Ramirez will be keynote speaker and recipient of the Prestigious Art Star Award. Organizations, business and individuals who have contributed and shaped the arts and culture of the community and the county will also be acknowledged. “The enlightenment and enjoyment the performing and visual arts bring us all cannot be taken for granted.
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By: Sarah Hill | October 8, 2005
With her hands covered in yellow and pink chalk, 7-year-old Cynthia Giumelli knelt on the black top of Washington Elementary School's playground earnestly shading in the flower petals she'd drawn as part of the school's observance of California Art Day. Students from the entire school spent their recess covering the playground's asphalt with chalk drawings of everything from rainbows to rocket ships to pictures of...
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May 30, 2003
What can be said about one of the highest grossing movies of all time? If imitation is the highest form of compliment, then its predecessor was complimented with emulations in a wide range of genres and films, movies and even cartoons. "The Matrix" was nothing short of a paradigm shift in special effects and cinematic innovation. Moreover, "The Matrix" mesmerized and awed its audiences with cabalistic and perplexing thoughts. To be honest, anything short of this would have been a colossal and egregious failure.
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May 14, 2004
Suzie Harrison They had a range that would impress Pavarotti. The students in Roxana Ward's chorus class at Thurston's Middle School showed their talent while rehearsing for their upcoming show in June that will be performed together with the high school chorus. "Let's start singing in our pretty voices, everybody sit up and start with 'eeeeeee,'" Ward said. While they warmed up, she asked for more "oomph" and told the students to take a big chance.
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March 5, 2004
Suzie Harrison Key-slapping slippards, the Lorax and Sam are just some of the characters children become involved with all because of Dr. Seuss and his celebration of words. As part of a nationwide celebration Tuesday, Christy Montes' fifth-grade class at El Morro Elementary School participated in the National Education Assn.'s "Read Across America" program. This year was especially exciting -- the event culminates each year on Theodore Geisel's, who wrote the Dr. Seuss series, birthday.
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By Joanna Clay | January 12, 2012
It's Wednesday night in a Costa Mesa warehouse. For The Gromble, that means rehearsing until 1 a.m. The Laguna Niguel-based rock band is preparing for its potential recognition at the Orange County Music Awards. The Gromble's Detroit Bar showcase on Jan. 3 proved successful, with a packed house and positive reviews. They're also gearing up to finish their latest album, which they hope to have out by the time the awards show comes in March. The band is fronted by Spencer Askin, 21, who not only does vocals but also plays guitar and the occasional trumpet.
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By Cindy Frazier, cindy.frazier@latimes.com | October 7, 2010
Atheist Niko Theris, 82, celebrated International Blasphemy Day on Thursday by rendering 38 Bibles unreadable and leaving them around the downtown area. By 6:11 a.m., 10 had been turned in to the Laguna Beach Police Department, according to Sgt. Bob Rahaeuser. The Bibles had an inscription stating that they were in honor of International Blasphemy Rights Day. One had nails hammered into it in the shape of a cross; another was secured with a nut and bolt; another had a chain link with a padlock on it. Police officers photographed the Bibles and investigated the Blasphemy Day link, but did not connect them to Theris.
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By Gene Felder | March 24, 2010
"Frank Interlandi dies at 85; former L.A. Times editorial cartoonist" is the title of the February 10, 2010 Los Angeles Times article by Dennis McLellan (see http://articles.latimes.com/2010/feb/10/local/la-me-frank-interlandi10-2010feb10) "The Laguna Beach artist drew cartoons for the paper from 1962 until 1981." The article includes "The Interlandi brothers [identical twin brother cartoonist Phil Interlandi of Playboy magazine] were among a gaggle of newspaper and magazine cartoonists in Laguna who began taking midday bar breaks together in the 1950s.
NEWS
November 12, 2004
Suzie Harrison "The Art and Entertainment of Chuck Jones," a body of work by the late animation director Chuck Jones will premiere Thursday at Laguna College of Art and Design, which seems fitting since he thought of the college as family. Lesser known works by Jones' include his classic art pieces -- those are some of the jewels in this exhibit, including his extensive work in watercolors, charcoal, as well as his drawings of animals and their cartoon counterparts.
NEWS
July 26, 2002
Dennis Piszkiewicz I really did not want to see "The Powerpuff Girls Movie," but my son Andy did and I owed him one. If you have young children and cable television, you already know that this film is based on the Cartoon Network's animated series of the same name. It features three pre-school girls with the powers of superheroes. I doubted that the producers could stretch the half-hour television program to a full-length feature or get their low-budget animation to look anything other than cheap on the big screen.
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