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By Joanne Sutch | October 20, 2009
Homage to Bree and Lagunatics (Sung to the tune of -Tonight) Last Night, last night You had us left and right With puns and spoofs all over the place! The world was bright Because you shed your light On our issues and quirks with such grace. Today, our world is full of Caltrans, That damned ?recovery? program, But you helped pull us through. So thanks to all, Last night we had a break and a ball Last Night.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | March 23, 2007
Laguna Beach High School has invited the community to "be its guest" at its production of "Beauty and the Beast," which opened last night at the Artists' Theatre. One of the only animated films ever to win Best Picture honors at the Academy Awards, the beloved tale of an eccentric beauty and the enchanted creature she falls in love with was made into a wildly popular Broadway musical. The Laguna production pays homage to these remarkable roots using a grant from the Festival of Arts.
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Catharine Cooper | July 1, 2010
By Catharine Cooper Happy 234th birthday, America! On Sunday, we will celebrate the bravery and vision of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence. It seems hard to fathom that we were ever under the ruling influence of any other country. Decades after its signing, President Abraham Lincoln called the Declaration of Independence "that immortal emblem of humanity," for it clearly set us apart from the rest of the world. It was a ragtag army of committed patriots that banded together to demand an end to the repression and excessive taxes of England.
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By Ashley Breeding | January 8, 2009
The theme of 2009 is “Celebration of the Cello.” Laguna Beach Live and the Orange County Philharmonic Society will host their seventh annual Laguna Beach Musical Festival Jan. 18 to 25, featuring world-renowned cellist Lynn Harrell. “This year will include several educational events, master classes, a gourmet dinner [at Claes Restaurant], a special “Meet the Artists” salon and three concerts at the Laguna Beach Artists’ Theatre,” Laguna Beach Live President Cindy Prewitt said.
NEWS
March 22, 2012
In near disbelief I looked at the photo above Imran Vittachi's article from March 9, "A provocative homage to JFK," about artist Jorg Dubin's Patriots Day Parade entry. This photo and article are as far from "homage" as one could travel. This entry represents, in my mind, total disrespect. A tragedy, recognized worldwide, would not lend itself to a "campy and fun" parade spectacle by anyone with a shred of self respect. If the intended reaction was shock, to stimulate conversation and notoriety, then congratulations: Your dark expression has taken full flower in the local paper.
NEWS
November 1, 2002
Suzie Harrison Last Sunday late in the afternoon, Community Art Project offered art lovers the opportunity to get to know Laguna sculptor James Koch better, offering an open door to see the artist's home, studio and sculpture gardens. Koch is a found-object sculptor whose pieces are primarily made of metal and range in various sizes from small statuettes to have inside, to 6-foot art for the garden or yard. He primarily uses metal with some cement and rocks and his favorite surface is rust.
NEWS
June 28, 2002
Suzie Harrison Tomorrow Laguna Beach will celebrate its 75-year of incorporation, and what better way to recognize its history then to give homage to Laguna's icon, the lifeguard tower. The lifeguard tower is rich in history dating back to the 1920s. The project has been in the works, beginning with the idea to restore it by local historian Andy Alison a few years ago. "This is becoming a celebration of life in Laguna Beach," Alison said. The celebration is thanks to the city, the Heritage Committee and the Historical Society.
NEWS
June 14, 2002
Suzie Harrison Since coming on staff in 1998 as the Laguna Playhouse's education director, Donna Inglima's primary responsibility has been to expand the Youth Theater programs. The purpose of the Youth Theatre is to establish a strong theater foundation and education. Classes and workshops include acting, scene study, creative drama, musical theater, improvisation and audition techniques. Part of this summer's lineup includes a musical theater workshop for kids ages 9 to 13. "The Summer Institute's summer stars runs through July.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | November 2, 2007
The Laguna Art Museum pays homage to beach culture, consumerism and pastries with its latest offerings, which run through Jan. 27. The main exhibition focuses on Wayne Thiebaud. Titled “70 Years of Painting,” the exhibit surveys the American painter’s development. The earliest painting is from 1936. In addition to his famous works depicting common objects like cakes, the show includes a number of more unfamiliar genres in Thiebaud’s oeuvre, including impasto seaside settings, quick studies and drawings, and several figural portraits.
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Catharine Cooper | July 1, 2010
By Catharine Cooper Happy 234th birthday, America! On Sunday, we will celebrate the bravery and vision of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence. It seems hard to fathom that we were ever under the ruling influence of any other country. Decades after its signing, President Abraham Lincoln called the Declaration of Independence "that immortal emblem of humanity," for it clearly set us apart from the rest of the world. It was a ragtag army of committed patriots that banded together to demand an end to the repression and excessive taxes of England.
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LOCAL
By Joanne Sutch | October 20, 2009
Homage to Bree and Lagunatics (Sung to the tune of -Tonight) Last Night, last night You had us left and right With puns and spoofs all over the place! The world was bright Because you shed your light On our issues and quirks with such grace. Today, our world is full of Caltrans, That damned ?recovery? program, But you helped pull us through. So thanks to all, Last night we had a break and a ball Last Night.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | January 13, 2009
The theme of 2009 is “Celebration of the Cello.” Laguna Beach Live and the Orange County Philharmonic Society will host their seventh annual Laguna Beach Musical Festival Jan. 18 to 25, featuring world-renowned cellist Lynn Harrell. “This year will include several educational events, master classes, a gourmet dinner [at Claes Restaurant], a special “Meet the Artists” salon and three concerts at the Laguna Beach Artists’ Theatre,” Laguna Beach Live President Cindy Prewitt said.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | March 23, 2007
Laguna Beach High School has invited the community to "be its guest" at its production of "Beauty and the Beast," which opened last night at the Artists' Theatre. One of the only animated films ever to win Best Picture honors at the Academy Awards, the beloved tale of an eccentric beauty and the enchanted creature she falls in love with was made into a wildly popular Broadway musical. The Laguna production pays homage to these remarkable roots using a grant from the Festival of Arts.
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