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By Eugene Auerbach | September 18, 2009
In a typical business cycle, there are four steps: ?Boom ?Crash ?Recession and Depression ?Recovery In regard to the business cycle, there are two authors who have historically attracted wide followings: Karl Marx and Maynard Keynes. Other economists, Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman for example, developed followers but they never obtained mass support such as the theories of Marx and Keynes. Marx developed theories that are the basis for Communism and socialism.
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By Candice Baker | February 15, 2008
The pitfalls of affluence highlighted the PTA Coffee Break session Wednesday. The Laguna Beach District PTA hosted guest speaker Madeline Levine at this month’s Coffee Break, held in an evening session in a packed ballroom at the Surf and Sand Resort. Levine is a practicing clinical psychologist, public speaker and author. Originally from New York, she now lives in Marin County. Levine spoke on her book, “The Price of Privilege: How Parental Pressure and Material Advantage Are Creating a Generation of Disconnected and Unhappy Kids,” which explores the reasons why teenagers from affluent families are experiencing epidemic rates of emotional problems.
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By Gene Felder | October 13, 2009
The next Laguna Beach Historical Society program will be Monday, October 19th "Growing Up in Laguna During the Great Depression" by Peter Kaye. The program is from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and will be held at the Laguna Beach City Hall Council Chambers which is at 505 Forest Avenue. The public is invited and there is no charge.   Peter Kaye, author of the book Contrarian , will read and expand upon portions of his book Contrarian with special emphasis on President Franklin D. Roosevelt's stopover in Laguna Beach in 1938, the hurricane of 1939 and how Laguna Beach reacted to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | February 26, 2010
This spring, the Laguna Beach High School drama department will give audiences a break from these depressive times with the same funny production that lightened hearts during the Great Depression. The drama, dance, music and chorus programs will join their talented forces to put on Cole Porter’s 1934 musical comedy, “Anything Goes,” which tells the story of New Yorker Billy Crocker, who boards a London-bound luxury cruise liner to prevent his object of desire, Hope Harcourt, from marrying the stuffy Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.
NEWS
December 10, 2004
HAPPENINGS Good news for young Lagunan Ten-year-old Ridge Canipe will be on the big screen again for his latest role in the remake of "The Bad News Bears." B1 ALSO: The Garden Fanatic gets wild. A6 Sherwood Kiraly gets a case of sympathy stage fright. B1 Glori Fickling enjoys calamari marinara at Polina Salerno. B1 Catharine Cooper enjoys what the storm whips up. B10 CITYSCAPE Fundraising trek is real effort "Laguna Beach" reality show cast member Dieter Schmitz is using his name to help promote a fundraiser in support of teens struggling with depression.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tom Titus | April 23, 2010
“The Boxcar Children” will be rumbling through Laguna Beach this weekend, but if you pause to ponder whether or not to see them, you might miss out. This abbreviated production of the Laguna Playhouse Youth Theater — on stage tonight through Sunday — traces its lineage back to 1924 in a novel by Gertrude Chandler Warner. It took nearly a century before Barbara Field adapted the story for the stage in 1999. “The Boxcar Children” are four orphaned siblings, ages 5 to 14, who survive by their wits during the Great Depression.
BUSINESS
January 4, 2008
Wheelbase Communications Born in 1888, Walter Owen Bentley was the youngest of nine children. Affectionately known as “W.O.”, the littlest Bentley was a railway engineer apprentice in England before he was anything else. He later joined his brother, H. M. Bentley, who was selling French DFP cars out of an office in England. The Bentleys — with W.O. as the mechanical brain of the family — soon bought out the DFP's agency, renamed the business Bentley and Bentley and gradually built up the image of the new company by winning races.
NEWS
April 7, 2011
Water district seeks commissioners The Laguna Beach County Water District is accepting applications for two comission seats. Applications must be submitted by May 27. For more information, call (949) 494-1041 or go to 306 Third St. City manager's weekly update The appeal period for the coastal development permit for the lifeguard headquarters and public restroom project expired March 24, meaning the permit is now final, according to the California Coastal Commission.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 2011
Depression in women The Susi Q has received a small grant to provide senior women with free counseling for depression by a skilled therapist either in their own homes or at the Susi Q, 380 Third St., Laguna Beach. For more information, contact Kathleen "Kay" Wenger at the Susi Q, (949) 497-2441. Computer classes on tap Beginning in April, the Susi Q will begin six new computer classes, one a week for eight weeks. Monday's class is an introduction to Macintosh personal computers and the basics of e-mail.
NEWS
November 29, 2002
HOW I READ IT Well, here we go again -- the anticipation, fun, fear, depression, anxiety, love, anger, joy, plus every other human emotion we've inherited since our ancestors became fully upright and walking hominids. No, I'm not talking about having a baby; it's experiencing all these emotions that make the holiday season a very special time of year and create so many lifetime memories. And the library can enhance this season's celebrations in many ways.
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By Ashley Breeding | February 26, 2010
This spring, the Laguna Beach High School drama department will give audiences a break from these depressive times with the same funny production that lightened hearts during the Great Depression. The drama, dance, music and chorus programs will join their talented forces to put on Cole Porter’s 1934 musical comedy, “Anything Goes,” which tells the story of New Yorker Billy Crocker, who boards a London-bound luxury cruise liner to prevent his object of desire, Hope Harcourt, from marrying the stuffy Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.
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By Gene Felder | October 13, 2009
The next Laguna Beach Historical Society program will be Monday, October 19th "Growing Up in Laguna During the Great Depression" by Peter Kaye. The program is from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and will be held at the Laguna Beach City Hall Council Chambers which is at 505 Forest Avenue. The public is invited and there is no charge.   Peter Kaye, author of the book Contrarian , will read and expand upon portions of his book Contrarian with special emphasis on President Franklin D. Roosevelt's stopover in Laguna Beach in 1938, the hurricane of 1939 and how Laguna Beach reacted to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
NEWS
By Eugene Auerbach | September 18, 2009
In a typical business cycle, there are four steps: ?Boom ?Crash ?Recession and Depression ?Recovery In regard to the business cycle, there are two authors who have historically attracted wide followings: Karl Marx and Maynard Keynes. Other economists, Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman for example, developed followers but they never obtained mass support such as the theories of Marx and Keynes. Marx developed theories that are the basis for Communism and socialism.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | February 15, 2008
The pitfalls of affluence highlighted the PTA Coffee Break session Wednesday. The Laguna Beach District PTA hosted guest speaker Madeline Levine at this month’s Coffee Break, held in an evening session in a packed ballroom at the Surf and Sand Resort. Levine is a practicing clinical psychologist, public speaker and author. Originally from New York, she now lives in Marin County. Levine spoke on her book, “The Price of Privilege: How Parental Pressure and Material Advantage Are Creating a Generation of Disconnected and Unhappy Kids,” which explores the reasons why teenagers from affluent families are experiencing epidemic rates of emotional problems.
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