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By Barbara Diamond | August 14, 2009
Garnet and Red Waggin are doggone sad that their visits to patients recovering at Mission Hospital Laguna Beach from addictions were curtailed. The dogs were regular visitors to the Pacific Coast Recovery Center on the fourth floor before Mission Hospital took over South Coast Medical Center. The dogs’ visits to the South Laguna facility were stopped in May, by order of Mission officials. “We didn’t have the heart to tell Garnet or Waggin that they had been banned,” said dog owner and Police Department volunteer Nanci Nielsen, whose two English yellow Labradors were enthusiastic visitors to the hospital for about a year.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2007
Rohrer Fine Art will host a four-day trunk show from Jan. 25 through 28, featuring jewelry by Michael K. Jewels. Designer and goldsmith Michael Kneebone constructs fine jewelry using 18k gold and a diverse array of precious gems, including pearls, diamonds, sapphires, opals, garnets, emeralds and aquamarines. The theme of the show is "Splendors of the Sea," and each of the selected pieces incorporates natural objects from the ocean or uses precious materials to imitate marine life.
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By Barbara Diamond | October 31, 2008
Folks had a doggone good time Sunday at the fundraiser for the Bark Park. About 300 people attended the event presented at Tivoli too by the Friends of the Laguna Beach Dog Park, who dogged the city until the park was reserved for canines. “Proceeds will benefit the Dog Park and rescue groups,” said Gina Kantzabedian , owner of Animal Crackers, an event sponsor. “Last year we created the small-dog area, and we have fenced in the back side.” Dogs and people were equally welcome at “My Best Friend’s Brunch.
NEWS
May 31, 2002
Barbara Diamond Laguna Beach veterans led the salute Monday to their fallen comrades as Americans across the country honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve the liberties that we cherish. "Today is a special tribute to the men and women of the forgotten war in Korea," said Jim Law, commandant of American Legion Post 222. "Laguna Beach is chartered as a Korean Way Commemorative Community by the Department of Defense. This is the 50th anniversary of the midpoint of the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953."
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By Barbara Diamond | August 14, 2009
Garnet and Red Waggin are doggone sad that their visits to patients recovering at Mission Hospital Laguna Beach from addictions were curtailed. The dogs were regular visitors to the Pacific Coast Recovery Center on the fourth floor before Mission Hospital took over South Coast Medical Center. The dogs’ visits to the South Laguna facility were stopped in May, by order of Mission officials. “We didn’t have the heart to tell Garnet or Waggin that they had been banned,” said dog owner and Police Department volunteer Nanci Nielsen, whose two English yellow Labradors were enthusiastic visitors to the hospital for about a year.
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