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April 21, 2006
Open Gatherings, an informal salon-style lecture followed by discussion, returns for a single evening at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 5 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 429 Cypress Drive. The evening's topic is "What do a fossil fish, the Gospel of Judas, and InfoTech have in common ? and why should I care?" led by Rev. Tari Lennon. The discussion will interweave discussion about the new light recently shed on the Gospel of Judas; the evidence of evolution presented by Tiktaalik roseae, the recently discovered 375-million-year-old "missing link" fish; and the shift to information technology ?
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February 27, 2009
Bible contradictions explored in class Neighborhood Congregational Church is offering an opportunity to ?Explore the Passion Narratives? with Rev. B.J. Beu. The free, five-week Bible Study class will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesdays through April 1, preceded by a soup supper at 6 p.m. The class is open to all. Beu will tackle the problem of contradictory Bible scriptures. In the ?Passion Narratives,? following the Last Supper, the gospel accounts vary. ?The picture created in each gospel says something different about Jesus, his life, his ministry, and what it means to us,?
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By Barbara Diamond | June 26, 2008
Hot temperatures didn’t cool off the enthusiasm of the performers, audience or organizers at Laguna’s first Fete De Musique on Saturday. The festival introduced Laguna to the tradition of French musical festivals, which include a variety of musical genre. The event was held under the auspices of the Laguna Beach Sister Cities Assn. Inc. “I knew it had to be good or it would never happen again, but it was way better than I ever envisioned,” said association Music Chairwoman Carol Reynolds.
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By: | September 9, 2005
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February 23, 2012
'LagunaTots' auditions loom Laguna Beach's No Square Theatre is casting for children to act, sing and dance in this year's springtime production of "LagunaTots. " The show, a children's version of No Square Theatre's annual "Lagunatics," a production more suitable for adult audiences that lampoons Laguna Beach culture, will be directed by Ella Wyatt and written by Bree Burgess and Chris Quilter. According to a flier from No Square Theatre, "LagunaTots" will be performed at Legion Hall, 384 Legion St, on May 11, 12 and 13 and May 18, 19 and 20. The nonprofit amateur theater troupe will be scheduling auditions for boys and girls ranging from first-graders to high school seniors.
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June 3, 2010
TODAY AND SATURDAY Thrift Shop Sale The Assistance League of Laguna Beach holds its semi-annual garage sale at the Turnabout Thrift Shop, 526 Glenneyre St., Laguna Beach. Items include women's and men's clothing, baby items, books, household items, jewelry, shoes, small decorative items, bedding, accessories, and toys. For more information, call Norma McKibban or Lynne Vihlene at (949) 494-5977. Saturday First Saturdays Cleanup Join other volunteers to help pick up trash from Laguna's streets and beaches with Zero Trash Laguna.
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By Ashley Breeding | October 24, 2008
“Godspell,” a musical comedy based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew, has traveled from Broadway to Laguna Beach. The Youth Theater will perform John-Michael Tebelak’s 1971 New York City Broadway production at the Laguna Playhouse on two weekends from today to Nov. 2. Donna Inglima, director of Youth Theater, Education and Outreach, said she and the actors have had a fun time making the story unique to their crew....
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February 27, 2009
Bible contradictions explored in class Neighborhood Congregational Church is offering an opportunity to ?Explore the Passion Narratives? with Rev. B.J. Beu. The free, five-week Bible Study class will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesdays through April 1, preceded by a soup supper at 6 p.m. The class is open to all. Beu will tackle the problem of contradictory Bible scriptures. In the ?Passion Narratives,? following the Last Supper, the gospel accounts vary. ?The picture created in each gospel says something different about Jesus, his life, his ministry, and what it means to us,?
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By Barbara Diamond | June 26, 2008
Hot temperatures didn’t cool off the enthusiasm of the performers, audience or organizers at Laguna’s first Fete De Musique on Saturday. The festival introduced Laguna to the tradition of French musical festivals, which include a variety of musical genre. The event was held under the auspices of the Laguna Beach Sister Cities Assn. Inc. “I knew it had to be good or it would never happen again, but it was way better than I ever envisioned,” said association Music Chairwoman Carol Reynolds.
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April 21, 2006
Open Gatherings, an informal salon-style lecture followed by discussion, returns for a single evening at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 5 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 429 Cypress Drive. The evening's topic is "What do a fossil fish, the Gospel of Judas, and InfoTech have in common ? and why should I care?" led by Rev. Tari Lennon. The discussion will interweave discussion about the new light recently shed on the Gospel of Judas; the evidence of evolution presented by Tiktaalik roseae, the recently discovered 375-million-year-old "missing link" fish; and the shift to information technology ?
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