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April 19, 2002
-- TKTTKTKTK The Coastline went to the Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Beach and asked teens, "What do you love most about Laguna Beach?" "The recreation at the Boys & Girls Club and the variety of food you can have at the Food Court by Main Beach." -- David Novis, 11 "Having almost all of my family and friends live close -- you can walk anywhere -- and Tablerock Beach." -- Jensen Luther, 11 "It's a smaller and more coastal town than where I used to live.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
Barbara Diamond A Subway sandwich shop proposed for Broadway has failed to pass "mustard" with the City Council. The council split 2-2 -- with Councilwoman Cheryl Kinsman recusing herself from the vote -- on a proposal by a franchise owner to operate the shop at 219 Broadway. A 2-2 vote by a city board is an automatic denial. At issue was whether adding soup to its menu and peanut butter and bananas to its sandwich ingredients lifted the shop out of the definition of a formula-based business.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | July 10, 2009
In the olden days, if you wanted food delivered to your door, it had to be Chinese or pizza. Then for a short while, you could get almost anything delivered from the various restaurant delivery services, but nowadays, it seems to be pizza, or pizza or else pizza that you can get brought to your home or office. Well, for those of you who like to eat your moo gai pan on the couch in front of the TV, or munch on dumplings at your desk, rejoice! Peony ? healthy Chinese cuisine, has come to Laguna and opened in the food court on Broadway.
NEWS
June 24, 2005
Barbara Diamond Help continues to pour in for families whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the June 1 landslide in Bluebird Canyon. Laguna Relief and Resource Coalition spokeswoman Marsha Bode announced that the center still had $75,000 in donations after $500 checks were distributed Monday to 22 red-tagged families -- those expected to be out of their homes for at least a year -- and a couple of yellow-tagged families, determined by the estimated time for them to reoccupy their homes.
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By Barbara Diamond, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | August 11, 2011
Thieves have made off with the "yarn bombs" displayed at the Sawdust Art Festival, and their creators want them returned. The colorful knitted, or crocheted, bombs had been on display at the festival entrance, the food court and the entertainment deck. When a couple of the designs were vandalized last week, festival officials contacted the needleworkers who created them and suggested that they be removed. However, when members of Twisted Stitchers knitting class arrived Aug. 4 to take down their art, they were told all of the pieces had been hacked off the previous night.
NEWS
May 14, 2004
Barbara Diamond Montage Resort and Spa has been named one of the 100 top new hotels in the May edition of Conde Nast Traveler magazine. Conde Nast editors stayed at more than 350 properties around the world to compile the "Hot List," according to Montage General Manager James Bermingham. "Montage was one of only 18 U.S. properties which made the cut and we are honored to be included on the list and to be recognized by this prestigious publication," Bermingham said.
NEWS
May 14, 2004
Laguna Tunes to host free concert Laguna Tunes will perform a concert on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Neighborhood Congregational Church. Co-director Roxana said there will be a wide range of musical tastes including Broadway hits. The newly formed community chorus began in the fall and now boasts 40 members, ages 16 to 80, Ward said. Ward, Pat Kollenda and Lisa Morrice came up with the idea to form a community chorus. They thought it was missing in the arts.
NEWS
By: Darleene Barrientos | August 31, 2005
Zankou Chicken restaurants are famous for the tender, roasted chicken and tasty garlic spread they serve, but not so much for the nondescript, cafeteria-like decor. The Southern California chain, owned by the Iskenderian family of Glendale, is planning to break with its reputation for good food but bad ambience by opening a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant with 27,000 square feet in Burbank. The building will include the chain's first patio seating, and a dome will grace its southeast corner.
NEWS
October 11, 2002
DINING OUT A major treat for aficionados of authentic Mexican cuisine is the emergence in Food Village of Taco Mesa. Launched a few weeks ago as an instant replacement to La Fogata, the popular Orange County venue came as a big surprise, especially to locals familiar with the concept created in 1991 by brothers Marco, Ivan and Sergio Calderon. On my initial visit, some enthusiastic patrons revealed their delight that this local facility will save frequent trips to Costa Mesa, where they often drove to savor the high quality and affordable prices.
NEWS
By Tracey Laity | June 9, 2006
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Fiesta Days, this Memorial Day weekend, will be an opportunity to honor the men and women who have fought and died for this country, but it is also a time to celebrate life, organizers said.   "It's a time for family and friends as well as a time to honor the military," said Pat Anderson, executive director of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce, who has helped organize the event for the past three years. "We observe Memorial Day to remember the sacrifices our men and women have made in the military but it is also a time to celebrate life, and family, and togetherness."
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | July 10, 2009
In the olden days, if you wanted food delivered to your door, it had to be Chinese or pizza. Then for a short while, you could get almost anything delivered from the various restaurant delivery services, but nowadays, it seems to be pizza, or pizza or else pizza that you can get brought to your home or office. Well, for those of you who like to eat your moo gai pan on the couch in front of the TV, or munch on dumplings at your desk, rejoice! Peony ? healthy Chinese cuisine, has come to Laguna and opened in the food court on Broadway.
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NEWS
June 24, 2005
Barbara Diamond Help continues to pour in for families whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the June 1 landslide in Bluebird Canyon. Laguna Relief and Resource Coalition spokeswoman Marsha Bode announced that the center still had $75,000 in donations after $500 checks were distributed Monday to 22 red-tagged families -- those expected to be out of their homes for at least a year -- and a couple of yellow-tagged families, determined by the estimated time for them to reoccupy their homes.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
Barbara Diamond A Subway sandwich shop proposed for Broadway has failed to pass "mustard" with the City Council. The council split 2-2 -- with Councilwoman Cheryl Kinsman recusing herself from the vote -- on a proposal by a franchise owner to operate the shop at 219 Broadway. A 2-2 vote by a city board is an automatic denial. At issue was whether adding soup to its menu and peanut butter and bananas to its sandwich ingredients lifted the shop out of the definition of a formula-based business.
NEWS
April 19, 2002
-- TKTTKTKTK The Coastline went to the Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Beach and asked teens, "What do you love most about Laguna Beach?" "The recreation at the Boys & Girls Club and the variety of food you can have at the Food Court by Main Beach." -- David Novis, 11 "Having almost all of my family and friends live close -- you can walk anywhere -- and Tablerock Beach." -- Jensen Luther, 11 "It's a smaller and more coastal town than where I used to live.
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