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February 13, 2009
French romantic comedy to premiere The Laguna Beach Film Society will premiere the French romantic comedy, ?I Do (How to Get Married and Stay Single),? at 7 p.m. Thursday at South Coast Cinemas. The film asks, ?What can the pampered, only son do when his sisters and mother decide that at 43 he should be married and living elsewhere? Maybe fake an engagement to a woman hired to leave him at the altar?? Tickets are $15 at the door, or $20 to participate in the pre-film wine and hors d?
NEWS
May 10, 2002
Next week the Eastern Pacific hurricane season begins, and it will run until Nov. 15. Down in the Mexican and Central American tropics, the rainiest months are just getting underway, while our rainy season is pretty much over. Clusters of thunderstorms are beginning to show up down there, off the coast from El Salvador up to Puerto Escondido, the breeding grounds for tropical storms and hurricanes. If conditions are right, these clusters can grow even larger, developing a circular motion (counterclockwise)
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By Vince Lovato | June 9, 2006
One of Glendale Unified School District's three National Merit Scholarship Finalists speaks English as a third language. One is a homecoming princess and a drama queen. The third competes on the tennis court and in academic quizzes. Mkrtich Ohanyan of Clark Magnet High School, Polet Bagatourian of Crescenta Valley High School and Andrew Bagwell of Hoover High School all seniors, all received the honor making them eligible for $1,000 scholarships. Only about 15,000 students of the 1.3 million who apply for the scholarship program are named finalists by the nonprofit Illinois-based National Merit Scholarship Corp.
SPORTS
October 27, 2011
Alissa Carins of Laguna Beach won a copper medal in the Women Masters division and helped Team USA to a gold medal at the International Surfing Assn. World Masters Surfing Championships at La Libertad, El Salvador on Sunday. Team USA, coached by surfing legend Ian Cairns, won the Eduardo Arena ISA World Team Trophy with a score of 9,396. Carins was one of four USA team members to medal, joining Tom Curren (Kahunas division, gold), Jim Hogan (Kahunas division, silver) and Allen Sarlo (Grand Kahunas division, copper)
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By Vince Lovato | June 9, 2006
One of Glendale Unified School District's three National Merit Scholarship Finalists speaks English as a third language. One is a homecoming princess and a drama queen. The third competes on the tennis court and in academic quizzes. Seniors Mkrtich Ohanyan of Clark Magnet High School, Polet Bagatourian of Crescenta Valley High School and Andrew Bagwell of Hoover High School all received the honor making them eligible for $1,000 scholarships. Only about 15,000 students of the 1.3 million who apply for the scholarship program are named finalists by the nonprofit Illinois-based National Merit Scholarship Corp.
NEWS
December 12, 2012
Rosalind Russell, affectionately known as the "Goat Lady" around town, is asking the community's help to meet an increased demand for goats. Russell's R Star Foundation has purchased 200 pregnant goats for women in Nepal, where women earn an income by selling their goat's offspring. However, an extra 50 women have signed up to receive goats that the foundation is not able to purchase. Each goat costs $200, which includes vaccinations and training on how to care for them. Russell has already left for Nepal to help the woman, but the foundation is also asking for $250 in donations to install a hanging garden to grow vegetables and flowers at the school R Star built.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 28, 2010
FRIDAY: Head to the haunted Wild West at El Morro Elementary School's Boo Blast Halloween Carnival from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. Free parking at Reef Point (at Trader Joe's) or Crystal Cove State Park (at Newport Coast) with shuttle service to the carnival. Boo Blast admission is free. Tickets are $1; rides and attractions are one to four tickets each. Meal tickets are $8 and include barbecue, chips and a drink. Advance ticket and meals can be bought at http://www.ElMorroPTA.info. SATURDAY: Get your holiday shopping started at Laguna Beach Mothers of Preschoolers Holiday Boutique Fundraiser with items ranging from clothing and accessories to home d├ęcor.
NEWS
By By Barbara Diamond | February 10, 2006
Minuteman controversy can't keep the parade association from showing its solidarity at brunch.The Patriots Day Parade Assn. held its annual Honorees Brunch Sunday without disruption by outsiders or dissension in the ranks. "America -- Still United" is the theme of the 2006 parade, scheduled to be held March 4. Supporters of the Minuteman Project, which the association had denied admission to the parade, did not protest at the breakfast, an annual pre-parade event. "This will be our 40th anniversary parade, and we are commemorating the first parade with our theme," association President Nina Reitch said.
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February 13, 2009
French romantic comedy to premiere The Laguna Beach Film Society will premiere the French romantic comedy, ?I Do (How to Get Married and Stay Single),? at 7 p.m. Thursday at South Coast Cinemas. The film asks, ?What can the pampered, only son do when his sisters and mother decide that at 43 he should be married and living elsewhere? Maybe fake an engagement to a woman hired to leave him at the altar?? Tickets are $15 at the door, or $20 to participate in the pre-film wine and hors d?
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