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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 19, 2009
The greening of America is a daunting task but that old motto, ?Think globally, act locally? is a good place to start. Sparking your eco-imagination is Pam Sterling, owner of Laguna Green EcoSmart Kitchen and Bath Gallery. This former corporate businesswoman had an eco-awakening two and a half years ago. ?I became aware that we are intimately connected to everything around us. When I began to understand how we actually create the energy that surrounds us, I began to change many things in my life including my relationship to the environment.
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By Candice Baker | January 19, 2007
A Festival of Arts exhibitor has found a way for the ocean to meet the street. Dan Skaggs and his colleagues worked to install a sea-inspired sculpture at South Coast Highway and Pearl Street on Monday before a steady stream of onlookers. "This is the first sculpture I've done in 15 years; I was so glad to have the opportunity to do one," said Skaggs, who has a master's degree in sculpting but has built his career around designing "water walls," fountains that cascade from the top of a wall.
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March 14, 2003
OUR LAGUNA Several new faces showed up Sunday to exhibit at the Laguna Beach Woman's Club Women Artists Show. "It's a great event," said Suzanne Short, well known for her works painted by mouth, but a first-time exhibitor at the show. Well, she only had one previous chance. This was just the second time the club has held the show. Probably twice as many exhibitors entered the show this year. The entry fee was an artwork donated to the club.
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April 18, 2003
OUR LAGUNA The authors of "Roadtrip Nation" are traveling the country this month, making personal appearances from San Francisco to New York and then back to California in May for book signings. Mike Marriner and Nathan Gebhard of Laguna Beach wrote the "Guide to Discovering Your Path in Life" in response to their own dilemmas about life after college. Joanne Gordon of New York collaborated. Marriner, whose grandfather opened a stationery store on Forest Avenue in 1927 that continued in business until the 1980s.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 19, 2009
The greening of America is a daunting task but that old motto, ?Think globally, act locally? is a good place to start. Sparking your eco-imagination is Pam Sterling, owner of Laguna Green EcoSmart Kitchen and Bath Gallery. This former corporate businesswoman had an eco-awakening two and a half years ago. ?I became aware that we are intimately connected to everything around us. When I began to understand how we actually create the energy that surrounds us, I began to change many things in my life including my relationship to the environment.
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