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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | April 24, 2009
About a month ago, Terry and her, husband, Mark, walked down to French 75 for dinner. As they approached the door, they were greeted by a woman who handed them a piece of paper, which she was most eager for them to read before they dined. After ordering martinis, they checked out this billet doux and were surprised to discover it was a plea to avoid eating foie gras. Animal rights activists have been pursuing this issue for a number of years, claiming inhumane treatment of ducks and geese.
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August 16, 2012
If you think traffic is bad now — just wait. The city of Irvine is in the process of approving more than 10,000 residential units, all within 10 miles of downtown Laguna. In an effort to raise additional funds for the construction of the Great Park (after wasting uncounted millions of dollars), Irvine is on track to approve 5,000-plus new units by converting mixed-use commercial zones to residential zones. This is in addition to the 5,000-plus units already approved for the Great Park, and an additional 1,200 units approved in the Irvine Spectrum Center.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | April 24, 2009
About a month ago, Terry and her, husband, Mark, walked down to French 75 for dinner. As they approached the door, they were greeted by a woman who handed them a piece of paper, which she was most eager for them to read before they dined. After ordering martinis, they checked out this billet doux and were surprised to discover it was a plea to avoid eating foie gras. Animal rights activists have been pursuing this issue for a number of years, claiming inhumane treatment of ducks and geese.
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