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By Tom Titus | May 22, 2009
A little over a year ago, the Laguna Playhouse mounted a production of Michael Hollinger’s “Red Herring,” a show this column described as “one of the most comically inspired pieces of theater to come down the pike in years . . . a superior mixture of satire and slapstick.” Well, Hollinger is back, this time with one called “An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf,” which opens next week and runs through June with playhouse artistic director Andrew Barnicle again at the helm.
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March 10, 2011
Reservations due for Legacy Ball Laguna Beach Seniors' fifth annual Legacy Ball honoring former City Manager Ken Frank will take place March 25 at Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Coast. There will be cocktails, dining and dancing and a silent auction featuring vintage donations and artwork worth $200 or more. Music from the '30s, '40s and '50s will be provided by the 17-piece South Coast Swing orchestra and the No Square Singers, and dress will be "vintage formal. " The fundraiser provides about 30% of the operating funds for the Susi Q Senior Center programs and services.
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By David Hansen | April 5, 2012
Living in Laguna Beach means you have to play tour guide when people come to visit, which usually means milling around downtown, buying overpriced ice cream cones and trying not to look like a tourist. Not anymore. Determined to break the cycle, I've developed an alternative walking tour to keep things interesting. With all due respect to the official tours, I wanted something, well, a little different. I usually begin at the Wells Fargo building, 260 Ocean Ave., because I like grand entrances.
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By Tom Titus | May 22, 2009
A little over a year ago, the Laguna Playhouse mounted a production of Michael Hollinger’s “Red Herring,” a show this column described as “one of the most comically inspired pieces of theater to come down the pike in years . . . a superior mixture of satire and slapstick.” Well, Hollinger is back, this time with one called “An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf,” which opens next week and runs through June with playhouse artistic director Andrew Barnicle again at the helm.
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