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December 26, 2008
Boys & Girls Club exposed to African culture Members of the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach went on a field trip Nov. 26 to Muzeo in Anaheim to learn about Africa. Muzeo, Southern California?s new museum and cultural arts center, provided the members with an interactive exhibit titled ?Africa Past, Present, and Future,? in which kids were able to discover common ground as they learn about Africa?s people, land and cultural history. The 14 kids learned the difficulties of living in Africa when they used the model for getting water with a pulley.
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By Candice Baker | May 23, 2008
The Festival of Arts has found a partner in its endeavors to benefit local artists with the Art-To-Go program. Witford Interior Design Showroom joined the festival in an Art-To-Go kick-off reception at the Laguna Design Center on May 15. Art-To-Go offers donated works by festival exhibitors for display and sale throughout the summer festival season. The proceeds from the sales benefit the Artists Fund, which provides financial aid to artists who suffer from economic hardship due to illness, personal injury or natural disaster.
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May 24, 2002
Laguna's poetic history has another chapter to tell A little history needs to be added to that which was given in your article discussing poetry in Laguna ('Pale Ale and poetry,' Coastline Pilot, May 10). As far as I know, the first poetry meetings here evolved because Nan Wing was sharing her work with Sue Blevins in their Canyon home. These were expanded to include Long Beach State comparative literature professor Peter Carr, Marc Josyln, Marta Mitrovitch, Orange Coast College English professor Laurence Lieberman, Don Smith and Harry Harrison.
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By Josh Aden | July 13, 2007
Aden competes for a spot in `Best Looking Men' fundraising calendar to help the Boom Boom Room. A couple weeks ago, Fred Karger — the leader in the effort to keep the Boom Boom Room, Laguna's landmark gay establishment, intact — announced his organization, Save the Boom, would be holding an open casting call for models to be in the Men of Laguna Beach 2008 Calendar. The calendar will publicize the cause and raise money for it. When I was assigned to cover the story, I never thought I would be competing for a spot in the calendar.
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November 11, 2010
D.E. Knobbe at Latitude 33 Author D.E. Knobbe will host a creative writing workshop and sign copies of her new book, "Runaway Storm," at 4 p.m. today at Latitude 33 Bookshop, 311 Ocean Ave. in Laguna Beach. The teenage adventure tells the story of 15-year-old Nate, who is frustrated by his parent's divorce, and deals with it by running away from New York to the Gulf Islands near Vancouver, a place he has spent a lot of time exploring. At first, everything seems to fall into place – the successful trip across country, finding the new kayak his father planned as a birthday present, keeping each of his parents thinking that he was safely with the other.
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December 26, 2008
Boys & Girls Club exposed to African culture Members of the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach went on a field trip Nov. 26 to Muzeo in Anaheim to learn about Africa. Muzeo, Southern California?s new museum and cultural arts center, provided the members with an interactive exhibit titled ?Africa Past, Present, and Future,? in which kids were able to discover common ground as they learn about Africa?s people, land and cultural history. The 14 kids learned the difficulties of living in Africa when they used the model for getting water with a pulley.
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