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February 3, 2006
Community Concert Band will play Dixieland jazz, gather instruments for stricken schools.The Laguna Community Concert Band will present a concert called "Spirit of America" featuring the music of New Orleans from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at the Artists' Theatre, 650 Park Ave. "The Rebirth of New Orleans" will be the theme of this concert, which will feature Dixieland jazz performed by the entire concert band and by the SwingSet. Lead trumpeter Bill Foster will star in a Louis Armstrong takeoff of "Hello Dolly."
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By Barbara Diamond | April 24, 2009
The Laguna Community Concert Band has earned the right to toot its own horn. Sunday’s 10th anniversary concert was a joyous triumph that few would have imagined when the idea was first conceived over a cup of coffee at Zinc Café by founders Bill Nicholls, Teresa Marino and Carol Reynolds , then an arts commissioner. “Bill asked me today if I ever dreamed 10 years ago we’d have a band like this,” Reynolds said. “No way,” said Reynolds, usually the optimum optimist.
NEWS
December 3, 2004
Community Concert Band to perform The Laguna Community Concert Band, conducted by Dr. Bill Nicholls and Ed Peterson, will present a free holiday concert at 3 p.m. Dec. 12 in the Artists' Theatre. Traditional favorites will be played along with the classics including Bach's "Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring," "The Bells of Christmas" narrated by Screen Actors' Guild star Lona Ingwerson and solos by professional singer, Linda Hughes. Sophia Tupy, a 12-year-old Thurston student, will sing "The Christmas Song," the SwingSet will play jazz versions of holiday songs and Pat Kollenda's "Hooked On Harmony" will entertain with three songs in festive holiday glitter.
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February 4, 2005
Volunteers are needed to join the SHARE mountain bike club in restoring the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park trail that suffered damage from the recent rains. The morning restoration project will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 12 at the park, 20101 Laguna Canyon Road. Tools, training and a free lunch will be provided by SHARE and volunteers should bring gloves, a hat, sunscreen, sturdy shoes and water. Volunteers will meet at the park's Interpretive Center.
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January 31, 2003
Suzie Harrison The Laguna Beach Community Concert Band, a staple at events such as the 75th anniversary of the city and the rededication of The Lifeguard Tower to the Festival of Arts and Sawdust Festivals, will offer a free patriotic program on Feb. 9. The band will bring tunes that sparkle with red, white and blue to the community with an American music program at 3 p.m. at Laguna Beach High School's Artists' Theatre...
ENTERTAINMENT
By By Dan Beighley | October 21, 2005
German cuisine, polkas and plenty of oompahpah will highlight Oktoberfest, the annual festival to be held Sunday at Tivoli Too, sponsored by the Laguna Community Concert Band. The 50-member Laguna band will be joined by the German American Brass Band, Golden West Pops and the Orange Symphonic Band in a series of concerts at the event, which starts at 11 a.m. and runs to 4:30 p.m. A special area for schottisches, polkas, mazurkas and other dances -- including the chicken dance -- will make it possible for everyone to get up and dance.
NEWS
By Carol Reynolds | July 3, 2013
Monday's Community Band Concert will feature Mayor Kelly Boyd conducting the opening number, "God Bless America. " The concert will take place on the Festival of Arts grounds and will feature many well-known patriotic songs. All of us know of Boyd's love of music in hosting so many favorite performing groups at his Marine Room. "America's Finest" features the songs "Anchors Aweigh" from the U.S. Navy and "Semper Paratus" from the U.S. Coast Guard, as well as songs from the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.
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January 17, 2013
A deep, artistic look into evil Ashkan Honarvar's art represents an analysis of human nature and a search for the wellspring of evil, dormant in every person. At his West Coast premiere, Honarvar will showcase "The Crust" — an examination of the concept of evil within the framework of history and differing cultures. Divided into five chapters, this show deals with the genetic makeup of the human body and also, societal dichotomies of good and evil. CES Contemporary at 480 Ocean Ave., Laguna Beach will present Honarvar's artwork from Jan. 19 through Feb. 17. Along with appointments, the gallery welcomes visitors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays.
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By Barbara Diamond | November 27, 2008
Monitors of Measure A say the temporary sales tax hike has done its job and should be retired in March. The Measure A Oversight Committee will recommend at the Dec. 9 Laguna Beach City Council meeting the termination of the tax more than three years earlier than the term approved by the taxpayers in 2006. The tax was imposed to help defray the city’s costs to repair infrastructure damaged in the Bluebird Canyon landslide and to create a substantial Disaster Contingency Fund.
FEATURES
August 11, 2006
  EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a partial list of places to worship in Laguna Beach. If you would like to list your church, temple or synagogue, send us your listing via fax to 494-8979 or e-mail to coastlinepilot@latimes.com. Please include the name of the place of worship, the address, phone number, service times and pastor or rabbi.   CALVARY CHAPEL SEASIDE Sunday Worship, 10 a.m., Friday Night Worship Service, 7 p.m. at Lang Park Multipurpose Room, Wesley Drive.
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By Barbara Diamond | April 24, 2009
The Laguna Community Concert Band has earned the right to toot its own horn. Sunday’s 10th anniversary concert was a joyous triumph that few would have imagined when the idea was first conceived over a cup of coffee at Zinc Café by founders Bill Nicholls, Teresa Marino and Carol Reynolds , then an arts commissioner. “Bill asked me today if I ever dreamed 10 years ago we’d have a band like this,” Reynolds said. “No way,” said Reynolds, usually the optimum optimist.
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February 3, 2006
Community Concert Band will play Dixieland jazz, gather instruments for stricken schools.The Laguna Community Concert Band will present a concert called "Spirit of America" featuring the music of New Orleans from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at the Artists' Theatre, 650 Park Ave. "The Rebirth of New Orleans" will be the theme of this concert, which will feature Dixieland jazz performed by the entire concert band and by the SwingSet. Lead trumpeter Bill Foster will star in a Louis Armstrong takeoff of "Hello Dolly."
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