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By Ashley Breeding | September 4, 2009
Labor Day, more commonly regarded as the final day of summer, is a federal holiday set aside to pay tribute to workers and labor unions. Observed on the first Monday of September, the Canadian-born holiday, which originated from the ?Nine-Hour Movement? in labor, was first celebrated in the U.S. in 1882 in New York City. Today, commemorated as a ?day of rest,? it is widely celebrated with parades, barbecues and beach fun. And yes, it also marks the beginning of the NFL and college football seasons.
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By By Jessica deStefano | January 6, 2006
I play one of the Snow Faeries in Laguna Beach at Christmastime, and to me there is nothing on this earth more magical or more beautiful than gazing into the face of someone, no matter what age they are, whose eyes are tightly shut as they are making a wish from their hearts for something special for themselves or the world. Sometimes it almost makes me cry -- their faces are so beautiful, and I can feel the magic that transforms the moment. Would that my wand could really grant their wishes and my faerie dust could really make them fly. But perhaps that is one of the most amazing and truly magical things about playing the Snow Faerie -- everyone knows it is make-believe, and yet somehow it doesn't matter.
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By By Barbara Diamond | December 2, 2005
Downtown businesses stay open late tonight to welcome shoppers. That's hospitality -- Laguna-style.Laguna Beach will kick off the holiday season tonight. Hospitality Night festivities will begin at 5 p.m., leading up to Santa's 6 p.m. arrival at City Hall to light the pepper tree, the traditional signal that the holiday season has arrived in Laguna Beach. Downtown merchants will stay open late to dispense cheer to browsers and buyers at the biggest block party of the year.
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April 26, 2002
TODAY The Laguna Beach High School Dance Company will present its 14th original dance concert "Volume." The show, produced and directed by Tod Kubo, will show at 7:30 p.m. April 25-27 and May 2-4 at the Artists Theatre, 625 Park Ave. Tickets are $8 for student and $10 for adults. Tickets and information: (949) 497-7743. Web: www.lagunadance.com. SATURDAY Wild Oats will host "Faerie Card" readings with Lovely Linda from 1-3 p.m. on April 27 at 293 Broadway.
BUSINESS
By Candice Baker | May 29, 2008
Faerie Films founder Jennifer Mattox was extremely popular in college, partially due to the stock of frozen hamburgers she and her friends nipped from the commissary. “I was the one in my dorm room who had the mini fridge,” Mattox said. Often an “emotional eater” in college, Mattox consumed large quantities of junk food and often ate multiple dinners, between the dorm and her sorority home. Mattox, who now resembles a lithe yoga instructor, looks back with embarrassment at what was a typical college experience for many.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2006
There will be something for everybody this holiday season, from free concerts to visits with Santa. Following is a list of events during December. For an alternative holiday shopping guide, see Page A1. Here comes Santa Claus Tonight marks the official kickoff of the holiday season in Laguna, with the 50th annual Hospitality Night, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. The Thurston Middle School band will start the evening with a performance at 5 p.m. in front of City Hall, 505 Forest Ave. Santa will ride throughout town in a motorcade from 5 to 6 p.m.; he will ride in a fire truck, a trolley will carry the city council, and a Mini Cooper to be raffled will bring up the rear.
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April 22, 2005
Laguna Outreach art workshop today Laguna Outreach Community Arts "Art Escapes" is a "Linocut Printmaking" series to be taught today by Enrique Marshall from 1:45 to 4 p.m. Learn how line, negative and positive spaces are essential in creating an image. The artist will bring in examples of her work, illustrating her technique. In the interest of safety, "safetykut" will be used rather than linoleum to create a printing block. The class is suitable for all artistic levels.
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April 29, 2005
'Pippi Longstocking' opens today No Square Theatre will perform the family musical "Pippi Longstocking" at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Festival of Arts' Forum Theater, 650 Laguna Canyon Road. For information or tickets, call (949) 497-1950 or go to http://www.nosquare.org. Admission is $18, $12 for students and seniors. Laguna Outreach art workshop today Laguna Outreach Community Arts "Art Escapes" is at 2 p.m. today and will feature artist September McGee's acrylic still-life painting class.
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By Ashley Breeding | September 4, 2009
Labor Day, more commonly regarded as the final day of summer, is a federal holiday set aside to pay tribute to workers and labor unions. Observed on the first Monday of September, the Canadian-born holiday, which originated from the ?Nine-Hour Movement? in labor, was first celebrated in the U.S. in 1882 in New York City. Today, commemorated as a ?day of rest,? it is widely celebrated with parades, barbecues and beach fun. And yes, it also marks the beginning of the NFL and college football seasons.
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By By Jessica deStefano | January 6, 2006
I play one of the Snow Faeries in Laguna Beach at Christmastime, and to me there is nothing on this earth more magical or more beautiful than gazing into the face of someone, no matter what age they are, whose eyes are tightly shut as they are making a wish from their hearts for something special for themselves or the world. Sometimes it almost makes me cry -- their faces are so beautiful, and I can feel the magic that transforms the moment. Would that my wand could really grant their wishes and my faerie dust could really make them fly. But perhaps that is one of the most amazing and truly magical things about playing the Snow Faerie -- everyone knows it is make-believe, and yet somehow it doesn't matter.
FEATURES
By By Barbara Diamond | December 2, 2005
Downtown businesses stay open late tonight to welcome shoppers. That's hospitality -- Laguna-style.Laguna Beach will kick off the holiday season tonight. Hospitality Night festivities will begin at 5 p.m., leading up to Santa's 6 p.m. arrival at City Hall to light the pepper tree, the traditional signal that the holiday season has arrived in Laguna Beach. Downtown merchants will stay open late to dispense cheer to browsers and buyers at the biggest block party of the year.
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