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By Cherril Doty | January 16, 2009
The thing about luck is you don’t know if it’s good or bad until you have some perspective. (Paraphrased from Alice Hoffman in “Local Girls.”) The lone gull stands watching the sea as the low tide recedes. I stop to watch the gull and the sea. It takes very little for me to fall into the slow rhythm of the ebb and flow of the tide. Weary of watching the ebb and flow of world affairs, I have come to Crystal Cove to walk the length of the beach.
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By Ashley Breeding | January 15, 2009
One Laguna Beach mother is sharing her experience with drug-addicted children, one caller at a time. After nearly a decade of coping with her two sons’ drug and alcohol addictions, which included several revisits to the emergency room and rehab, and even one to jail, Leyla Fatima decided to launch a radio show that aims to reach out to other parents who are facing the same struggles. “Watching our kids self-destruct is one of the most horrible, difficult things we can go through as parents,” Fatima said.
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By CHERRIL DOTY | September 29, 2006
" Seek silence. Gladden in silence. Adore silence."   -- Deng Ming-Dao   "Wherever you go, there you are."  -- Jon Kabat-Zinn   Breathe. Sit. Listen. This simple three- word mantra so often serves to bring me back to center, to that space where clarity is and all things are possible. On this late September morning in Manhattan I struggle with it. Instead of clarity, the listening brings in just too much sound. Horns honking. A small plane flies overhead, the sound seeming focused and louder traveling down the airshaft.
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By Ashley Breeding | February 5, 2009
Three of Beth Woods’ Singers/Songwriters Night favorites — country/folk/rock performers James Grey, Warren Sellers and Kevin Fisher — will honor Valentine’s Day with a “Love Show” Tuesday at the Marine Room. The trio, who have shared a long musical journey together at countless venues nationwide, will perform a mix of their individual and co-written love ballads “In the Rounds.” Fisher said the event is a great opportunity to chime in with new harmonies and music, and to add something special to each other’s songs.
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October 25, 2002
CHASING DOWN THE MUSE 'He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead ... " I think that when Albert Einstein made this statement, he cannot have been thinking of the word in its full meaning of reverence, respect, dread and wonder. When we say something is "awesome," dread is not what comes to mind. But when we consider antonyms for "awe" -- disrespect, disregard, apathy, or indifference -- Einstein's point is well taken.
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By Catharine Cooper | October 3, 2007
This weekend, the Laguna Beach High School Class of ’67 will celebrate its 40th reunion. Hard to believe that we have come this far! Part of the Boomer generation, we share many things in common. Our parents were hooked on Frank Sinatra, Perry Como and Dean Martin. Elvis Presley and Chubby Checker were at the forefront of a musical revolution which paved the way for the likes of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Country Joe and the Fish, The Doors, Janis Joplin, The Who… this list is long and mighty.
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By BOBBIE ALLEN | February 23, 2007
People collect art for a variety of reasons; some wish to impress friends or clients, some for the sense of self-importance, some for investment. Then there's art that, if you lived with it, would make you a better person — which seems like the best reason of all to collect art. It must be art you're willing to look at every day. And I mean not just glance over it with your distracted eyes, but really look at it, appreciate it and discover something new about it. What's more, you have to let that new thing sink in. Let it become part of your perception of the world.
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December 10, 2004
CATHARINE COOPER Winter spreads wide her blustery wings and blankets the landscape in an early December chill. We grab warm sweaters, tall boots and fat socks, put extra blankets on the bed, and move soups to the top of the menu. The solstice is still three weeks away, but the fourth season has clearly made her presence felt. The weekend was awash with pounding rain and blistering winds -- perfect weather for a long walk along Crystal Cove State Beach.
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By Cherril Doty | January 16, 2009
The thing about luck is you don’t know if it’s good or bad until you have some perspective. (Paraphrased from Alice Hoffman in “Local Girls.”) The lone gull stands watching the sea as the low tide recedes. I stop to watch the gull and the sea. It takes very little for me to fall into the slow rhythm of the ebb and flow of the tide. Weary of watching the ebb and flow of world affairs, I have come to Crystal Cove to walk the length of the beach.
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By Ashley Breeding | January 16, 2009
One Laguna Beach mother is sharing her experience with drug-addicted children, one caller at a time. After nearly a decade of coping with her two sons’ drug and alcohol addictions, which included several revisits to the emergency room and rehab, and even one to jail, Leyla Fatima decided to launch a radio show that aims to reach out to other parents who are facing the same struggles. “Watching our kids self-destruct is one of the most horrible, difficult things we can go through as parents,” Fatima said.
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