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By Catharine Cooper | June 26, 2009
Summer has finally shown her face. And a lovely face it is, as Laguna once again opens her arms to embrace the throngs of vacationing visitors. Cooper, my oldest son, was in town for the weekend. It wasn’t hard for him to coax me out of my tasks and into the joys of beach walks. Husband Steve and dog Buster joined us on Father’s Day. Heading from the house, we strolled down Thalia Street to check the surf. Because we had the dog, we weren’t allowed to walk on the sand.
NEWS
February 20, 2004
Suzie Harrison He saw it happen firsthand. Later that day, with the sight forever burnt in his memory, he sat in front of his computer and posted his writings of what he experienced on Sept. 11, 2001. He wrote from his home in Brooklyn Heights, directly across from where the World Trade Center had been when he woke up that morning. Now living in Laguna Beach, photographer Gerard Van der Leun will share his chronicles of experiencing towers' demise in an exhibit at Harlow's Fine Art. The show will open Feb. 29. "New York Life: Images After the Fall" is another extension of Van der Leun's media experience -- as a career writer, editor and publisher, this visual journey is something he said he needed to do for himself and the city he loved and lived in for 30 years.
NEWS
September 17, 2004
Suzie Harrison Laguna Beach might be known around the world as an artist community, but around town it remains a tiny enclave of creative people who claim the village as their own. Plenty of locals fear things are about to change as millions tune in to MTV's "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County," which makes its premiere at 10:30 p.m. Sept. 28. The question is, will Laguna Beach ever be the same? After viewing a rough cut of the first episode, the answer is: Probably not. "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" is a reality series that follows eight Laguna Beach High School students.
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By Catharine Cooper | June 26, 2009
Summer has finally shown her face. And a lovely face it is, as Laguna once again opens her arms to embrace the throngs of vacationing visitors. Cooper, my oldest son, was in town for the weekend. It wasn’t hard for him to coax me out of my tasks and into the joys of beach walks. Husband Steve and dog Buster joined us on Father’s Day. Heading from the house, we strolled down Thalia Street to check the surf. Because we had the dog, we weren’t allowed to walk on the sand.
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NEWS
February 20, 2004
Suzie Harrison He saw it happen firsthand. Later that day, with the sight forever burnt in his memory, he sat in front of his computer and posted his writings of what he experienced on Sept. 11, 2001. He wrote from his home in Brooklyn Heights, directly across from where the World Trade Center had been when he woke up that morning. Now living in Laguna Beach, photographer Gerard Van der Leun will share his chronicles of experiencing towers' demise in an exhibit at Harlow's Fine Art. The show will open Feb. 29. "New York Life: Images After the Fall" is another extension of Van der Leun's media experience -- as a career writer, editor and publisher, this visual journey is something he said he needed to do for himself and the city he loved and lived in for 30 years.
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