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NEWS
September 4, 2013
Debra Healy Deem Debra Healy Deem, 58 of Laguna Beach passed away on August 28th after succumbing to injuries received in a tragic bike accident on August 27th 2013. Debra was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and grew up in Southern California. She received her BA, Magna Cum Laude at California State Polytechnic of Pomona and JD from Loyola Law School. She practiced Business Law at Buchalter Nemer LLP. Debra was selected a Southern California Super Lawyer in 2004 and 2007. She had a strong commitment to Pro Bono work and community support, and was a member of the Public Law Center Board of Directors.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 6, 2007
Len Wood closes South Laguna Len Wood's Indian Territory has closed its South Laguna location at 1590 So. Coast Highway, which opened last year, and moved its collection of Western and Indian art to its sister location at 305-D No. Coast Highway. For more information, call (949) 497-5747 or visit www.indianterritory.com. Japanese 'Hula' screening The Laguna Beach Film Society will screen the Japanese film "Hula Girls" at 7 p.m. on April 19 at South Coast Cinema, across from Main Beach.
NEWS
By Barbara Diamond | February 4, 2010
Artist and arts benefactor Iris Adam died Saturday at Saddleback Hospital from respiratory complications while recovering from a broken hip she sustained in a fall Jan. 10. She was 91. “Iris was an artist, sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and always a friend of the artists and our community,” said longtime family friend Richard “Scooter” Brewer, president of the Art-A-Fair Board of Directors. “She will be deeply missed, but through her accomplishments, her presence will be with us always.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier, cindy.frazier@latimes.com | July 1, 2010
Immigrant rights activists gathered in downtown Laguna Beach early today to denounce the U.S. Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. About 20 people from various community groups and religious organizations in Laguna Beach and surrounding areas held signs and handed out Spanish-language materials June 25 at the Laguna Beach Bus Depot on Broadway. The early-morning protest was organized to counter a rumored Border Patrol sting targeting employees getting off buses to work in Laguna.
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | April 25, 2013
Man arrested in alleged assault Laguna Beach police arrested a man who allegedly assaulted two people at a hotel, then ran onto South Coast Highway Saturday night, police said. Authorities arrested San Diego resident Christopher Harrigan Conti, 31, on suspicion of attempted battery and booked him on $500 bail, according to the police log. A caller reported the alleged assault at the Seaside Laguna Inn and Suites, 1661 S Coast Hwy., at 10:54 p.m. Saturday, the log said. The caller said the man was intoxicated and ran out into oncoming traffic, nearly causing a collision, Laguna Beach police Sgt. Louise Callus wrote in an email.
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | March 3, 2014
If it screeches, barks, howls, bites or hisses, there's a high probability John Thompson will hear about it. He is one of the Laguna Beach Police Department's two full-time animal services officers, and the job involves everything from corralling a loose dog to extracting a skunk from a dryer vent. Thompson joined Laguna Beach in October 2000 and has had his share of memorable moments. In August 2012, Thompson, with help from the Fire Department, rappelled 30 feet down a cliff near Shaw's Cove to rescue a pit bull that had run loose through downtown earlier that day. About that skunk.
NEWS
November 21, 2003
John H. Rudolph After reading the articles about the restoration of Laguna Canyon Creek, I called Craig Justice of the environmental services of Laguna Beach. He patiently let me talk about my ideas as to what should be done to stop the flooding in Laguna Canyon, to biologically purify the floodwater before it reaches Main Beach and to make the Laguna Canyon Creek a viable year-round naturally flowing stream. As we talked, two questions came immediately into mind.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 4, 2009
Photographer to appear at book store Laguna Beach Books will host Judith Fox, author of ?I Still Do: Loving and Living With Alzheimer?s,? to sign her book at 4 p.m. Sunday at 1200 S. Coast Hwy. Fox?s husband, Dr. Edmund Ackell, was a surgeon, a pilot and a golfer. Three years into their marriage, he was diagnosed with Alzheimer?s disease. Over 10 years, Alzheimer?s slowly took a toll on his ability to pursue his career and his hobbies. In an attempt to remove the sense of isolation that so many feel, Fox attempted to capture images of the soul of the man she still loves.
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