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February 7, 2013
On Tuesday night, Thurston Middle School students held nothing back as they entertained parents, friends and family at their annual talent show. But this year, all the dancing, music and other impressive talents had a more meaningful touch with the show dedicated to 11-year-old William McMurray, son of Penguin Cafe owners Sabrina and Michael McMurray. William, who has a brain tumor, would have been a Thurston student. "His friend Michael Davidson wanted to do something and after speaking to the principal, the idea to dedicate the talent show was born," a Facebook post read under the Supporting William Aiden McMurray page.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Breeding | July 10, 2009
Alec Bridges found his calling as a musician in ?89, when he saw Def Leopard?s ?Pour Some Sugar on Me? video for the first time. The impressionable 10-year-old Laguna native, inspired by the men with feathered locks and tattered stonewashed jeans, immediately jaunted to the Guitar Shoppe, where he rented his first electric guitar and began impersonating metal icons like Metallica and Motley Crue. ?I formed a death metal cover band with some friends and found [performing] to be such an exciting release,?
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By Tom Titus | January 19, 2012
Folk music, that most uniquely American art form, takes center stage at the Laguna Playhouse with the world premiere of "Lonesome Traveler," covering four decades of the evolving genre. Starting with the mid-1920s and ending in 1965 — when Bob Dylan famously brought the genre to an end by playing an electric guitar — this import from Ventura's Rubicon Theater Company is bound to lift audiences' spirits with its enthusiasm for the homespun style of performing, backed by guitars and banjos.
SPORTS
February 23, 2013
Laguna Beach Little League will hold official opening ceremonies for its 2013 season March 5 at Riddle Field. First pitch will be thrown by Skipper Carrillo and Aryton Garcia will play the National Anthem on his electric guitar. The March 5 opening day schedule: AAA Division: UPS vs. Crescent Bay Advisors, 4:15 p.m., Riddle Field. Majors Division: VFW vs. Hobie, 6:45 p.m., Riddle Field. — From staff reports * Breakers boys' volleyball team fourth in preseason poll The Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball team enters the 2013 season with a ranking of No. 4 in the CIF Southern Section Division 2 preseason poll.
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June 11, 2004
Given on June 4, 2004 One of Max's many gifts was his ever-present smile. Max smiled because he knew the secret: we are better than we think we are. In our town today, we are all part of Max's family. Each of us mourn this terrible loss, yet each of us will be changed for the better. His happy life cut short will remind us to appreciate life's precious gifts. Many of Max's school mates have been together almost all of their lives. In school, they were taught many valuable lessons.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Breeding | June 12, 2009
One of Southern California’s oldest surf bands is set to perform at one of Laguna Beach’s most classic venues, the Marine Room, for the first time. The Fabulous Nomads, who have shared the stage with bands including Dick Dale, the Chantays and the Surfaris in popular venues like the Galaxy Theatre and the Coach House, perform more than 1,000 songs ranging from surf originals to classic sing-alongs to covers of Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, Little Feet, and Crosby, Stills and Nash.
SPORTS
February 28, 2013
The Laguna Beach Breakers Team 2 rolled to two victories Saturday in Division 3 competition at the Laguna Hills National Junior Basketball Championship Tournament to win the championship. The Breakers started the day with a 54-34 win over the Laguna Hills Lakers to move on to the final. Nolan Naess scored 17 points and Jack Payne scored 14 to lead the offense. In the title game, Naess scored 16 points and Griffin Kristensen and Keegan Even scored 11 and nine points, respectively, in the Breakers' 57-42 triumph against the Laguna Hills Timberwolves.
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By Ashley Breeding | May 28, 2010
Ryan Calhoun found his musical calling at 11, when his older sister, Chrystina Lloree Fincher — the lead singer of the popular '90s band "The Marvelous 3" — took him to his first rock concert. "I don't even remember what group was playing. I just thought it was the coolest thing in the world and had this [epiphanic] moment of 'This is what I want to do,'" Calhoun recalls. The Orange County native, who grew up listening to his sister's eclectic collection of vinyls, tapes and CDs, and their dad play jazz music, said his family was a big influence on him musically.
NEWS
June 4, 2004
Marc Alan Dale Laguna resident Marc Alan Dale died Sunday. He was 60. Mr. Dale lived in Laguna for more than 22 years. He is a graduate of Tustin High School and attended UC Berkeley. He served in the U.S. Army from 1965 to 1967. He received his master's degree in structural engineering from Cal Poly Pomona. His engineering firm, Marc Dale Associates, is in Laguna Beach. Mr. Dale has designed structures throughout the country including the largest concrete tilt-up building in the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 2, 2010
Sea documentary showing April 9 In the fourth of its ?sea tales? documentary series, ?The Kansei Project? will be shown by the Laguna Beach Film Society at 7 p.m. April 9 at the Forum Theater on the Festival of Arts Grounds, 650 Laguna Canyon Road. The film depicts the enormous island of plastic garbage in the Pacific, 1,000 miles north of Hawaii. Tickets will on sale at 6:45 p.m. for $15 and free to Film Society Members. For information about joining the Film Society, e-mail JoAnne Story at jstory@lagunaartmuseum.
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February 7, 2013
On Tuesday night, Thurston Middle School students held nothing back as they entertained parents, friends and family at their annual talent show. But this year, all the dancing, music and other impressive talents had a more meaningful touch with the show dedicated to 11-year-old William McMurray, son of Penguin Cafe owners Sabrina and Michael McMurray. William, who has a brain tumor, would have been a Thurston student. "His friend Michael Davidson wanted to do something and after speaking to the principal, the idea to dedicate the talent show was born," a Facebook post read under the Supporting William Aiden McMurray page.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Tom Titus | January 19, 2012
Folk music, that most uniquely American art form, takes center stage at the Laguna Playhouse with the world premiere of "Lonesome Traveler," covering four decades of the evolving genre. Starting with the mid-1920s and ending in 1965 — when Bob Dylan famously brought the genre to an end by playing an electric guitar — this import from Ventura's Rubicon Theater Company is bound to lift audiences' spirits with its enthusiasm for the homespun style of performing, backed by guitars and banjos.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Breeding | July 10, 2009
Alec Bridges found his calling as a musician in ?89, when he saw Def Leopard?s ?Pour Some Sugar on Me? video for the first time. The impressionable 10-year-old Laguna native, inspired by the men with feathered locks and tattered stonewashed jeans, immediately jaunted to the Guitar Shoppe, where he rented his first electric guitar and began impersonating metal icons like Metallica and Motley Crue. ?I formed a death metal cover band with some friends and found [performing] to be such an exciting release,?
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