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By Chris Williams | December 12, 2008
On any given day down at Laguna’s surf breaks you’ll see it, an older surfer shredding across a wave being “hooted” on by a young surfer at just the right moments. Observe longer and you’ll most likely see the older surfer doing the same for the younger counterparts. In Laguna, surfing is a family affair. The Laguna surf scene is a place where great family moments are shared. I can attest to this as my dad and I spent many mornings surfing what seemed like perfect waves together down at Thalia Street.
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September 6, 2002
SHE IS Supporting the owners, sales people and the artists of Miranda Galleries and Miranda International. THE WOMAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN Behind the glass doors of Miranda Galleries is a treasure trove of contemporary art. A fluid, seemingly weightless bronze sculpture by Tuan stands before a lyrical painting of Aphrodite sitting under a crescent moon. Jazz plays softly in the background. And in the back office, Lynn Crittenden masterminds all of the logistics that gives the gallery its appearance of elegance and creativity.
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August 6, 2004
CHERRIL DOTY "The Sawdust is like family." I've heard this phrase many times over the years. Marriages, divorces, births, deaths -- the Sawdust Festival has them all. Relationships that come and go, bickering, caring, supportive help in trying times -- they are all here as well. There are joyful beginnings and broken hearts, friendships, laughter, tears, support and caring concern for each other. The artists and artisans form strong bonds that go beyond the nine weeks of the show and extend out into the larger community.
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By Joanna Clay | January 12, 2012
When Collective Habit owner Ashley O'Leary got into a car accident, she turned a lemon into lemonade and used the insurance money to open her secondhand boutique last month. The new Laguna Niguel store is a family affair: Ashley O'Leary owns it with her husband, Mitch. Their two daughters, an infant and a toddler, frequently make appearances as patrons peruse the racks of gently worn, stylish clothing sold at affordable prices. Mitch's cousin, Jené Raes, is a partner. "It's great when you can come here with $100 and leave with a whole wardrobe," said Mitch, 29. "At Nordstrom you can barely walk away with a pair of pants.
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December 3, 2004
Lauren Vane Tommy the sea lion likes to show off when visitors come to see him. He splashes around, in and out of his small pool, and presses his face against the fence of his pen at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach. Tommy arrived at the center when he was abandoned shortly after he was born -- about seven months ago. Since then, Tommy has been living at the center, where he has been hand-reared and nursed by staff and volunteers.
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By: Alicia Robinson | October 14, 2005
What do you wear for a 150-mile bike ride? If you're Melissa Friedman, it's false eyelashes, a bright red wig in braids, striped stockings and a frilly petticoat. Dressed as her alter ego, Tag-along the clown, Friedman was preparing Saturday morning to set out from Huntington State Beach with more than 2,000 other cyclists on a two-day ride down the Coast Highway to San Diego. Sponsored by local chapters of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the event raised more than $2 million to fight multiple sclerosis.
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November 28, 2003
Suzie Harrison The good will of El Morro Elementary students filled the entire stage of the school's multipurpose room. The Student Council decided to make a difference by collecting goods for victims of the recent fires in San Diego. The idea caught on and fellow students began donating what they could. MacKenzie Hester, 10, who was appointed Student Council president in the election three weeks ago, said that it was part of her platform. "We had to give speeches and I said that I would like to have a fund-raiser but Mrs. Blanton had already started it," MacKenzie said.
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By Candice Baker | July 20, 2007
Laguna kids are learning the "Bare Necessities" of stage production in the days leading up to the premiere of "The Jungle Book," Gallimaufry Performing Arts' new musical based on the classic Disney film, which opens tomorrow. It's a family affair at the Artists' Theatre, where three Mansour kids, three Henderson kids, two Redfearn kids and two Smith kids join Haley Castuera and her mother, co-director Kym Sawtelle-Castuera. The show depicts the child Mowgli, who is raised in the wild by wolves and other creatures but has to be sent back to a village when man-eating tiger Shere Khan returns to the jungle.
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By Joanna Clay, joanna.clay@latimes.com | August 18, 2011
Sid Fanarof opened his first ZPizza in Laguna Beach 25 years ago. Now, 100 international locations later, he's trying a new challenge on his Orange County home turf. Fanarof has opened ZCafe, his first "pizza lounge,"  in the Macy's Home Store Wing of South Coast Plaza. "This is a pretty incredible space, and I saw it as the opportunity to fulfill a fantasy," Fanarof said, munching on a steak salad on the restaurant's patio. ZPizza is known for its health-conscious pizzas, salads and sandwiches.
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By Chris Williams | December 12, 2008
On any given day down at Laguna’s surf breaks you’ll see it, an older surfer shredding across a wave being “hooted” on by a young surfer at just the right moments. Observe longer and you’ll most likely see the older surfer doing the same for the younger counterparts. In Laguna, surfing is a family affair. The Laguna surf scene is a place where great family moments are shared. I can attest to this as my dad and I spent many mornings surfing what seemed like perfect waves together down at Thalia Street.
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NEWS
August 6, 2004
CHERRIL DOTY "The Sawdust is like family." I've heard this phrase many times over the years. Marriages, divorces, births, deaths -- the Sawdust Festival has them all. Relationships that come and go, bickering, caring, supportive help in trying times -- they are all here as well. There are joyful beginnings and broken hearts, friendships, laughter, tears, support and caring concern for each other. The artists and artisans form strong bonds that go beyond the nine weeks of the show and extend out into the larger community.
NEWS
September 6, 2002
SHE IS Supporting the owners, sales people and the artists of Miranda Galleries and Miranda International. THE WOMAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN Behind the glass doors of Miranda Galleries is a treasure trove of contemporary art. A fluid, seemingly weightless bronze sculpture by Tuan stands before a lyrical painting of Aphrodite sitting under a crescent moon. Jazz plays softly in the background. And in the back office, Lynn Crittenden masterminds all of the logistics that gives the gallery its appearance of elegance and creativity.
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