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By Sherwood Kiraly | January 16, 2009
Our daughter’s boyfriend, Jimmy, just visited for a week before he and Katie went back to Dickinson College in Pennsylvania. We get along with him, which is a great relief. When I was a young man, my girlfriends’ fathers usually met me with ill-concealed horror. When I got to be a father myself, the look of horror came from Katie’s boyfriends. It was my fault. Upon greeting Katie’s first high-school dates I assumed a borderline-psychotic look, reasoning that they’d be less likely to take liberties with my daughter if they thought I might be a maniac.
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By Sherwood Kiraly | August 30, 2007
The population of Laguna has decreased by most of one high school graduating class. Last week we dropped our daughter Katie off at college, as parents are doing across the country. Our orientation week drop-off was at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., and Patti Jo felt Katie should get to the dorm right at 8 a.m. check-in. Apparently you need to arrive early to kick off the relationship with your new roommate by snatching the better bed. Actually, Katie and her roommate, who had met by e-mail already, got along immediately, and their parents got along too, which mattered a good deal less.
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February 19, 2010
Superintendent search forum set The Board of Education is holding a public forum to assist in the search for a new superintendent at 6:30 p.m. March 1 in the K Turner Library at Laguna Beach High School, 625 Park Ave. Members of the community, parents, students, district employees and representatives from local agencies are invited to meet with Frank Cosca, George Bloch and Kenneth Noonan of the Cosca Group, which is assisting in the...
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By Candice Baker | January 17, 2008
Family in tow, novelist and Coastline Pilot columnist Sherwood Kiraly is on his way to one of the biggest nights of his life. In Utah. “It’s kind of a once-in-a-lifetime thing,” he said. A film made of his novel, “Diminished Capacity,” will premiere at the Sundance Festival on Monday. “I’m really proud of it,” Kiraly said. The film stars Matthew Broderick, Alan Alda and Virginia Madsen. Kiraly heard the news that the film was accepted into the prestigious festival in late November and immediately booked a place to stay in Park City.
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By Barbara Diamond | June 5, 2008
The Laguna Beach High School Scholarship Foundation celebrated its 20th anniversary Wednesday by awarding record “Dollars for Scholars” at the annual Honors Convocation. Almost $290,000 in scholarships and awards were presented, about $60,000 of it in renewable four-year scholarships, which have not been previously calculated in the total. One hundred and twelve students were recognized with 245 separate awards. Donors and presenters were honored at a pre-convocation reception, hosted by the foundation.
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By Sherwood Kiraly | January 16, 2009
Our daughter’s boyfriend, Jimmy, just visited for a week before he and Katie went back to Dickinson College in Pennsylvania. We get along with him, which is a great relief. When I was a young man, my girlfriends’ fathers usually met me with ill-concealed horror. When I got to be a father myself, the look of horror came from Katie’s boyfriends. It was my fault. Upon greeting Katie’s first high-school dates I assumed a borderline-psychotic look, reasoning that they’d be less likely to take liberties with my daughter if they thought I might be a maniac.
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