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By TOM TITUS | June 2, 2006
Hollywood delights in honoring its own. The American Film Institute, for instance, hands out a lifetime achievement award annually, celebrating the career of one of Tinseltown's living legends. The industry has bestowed "lifetime awards" on such "legends" as Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks, both barely on the shady side of 40. And yes, they've had impressive careers ? in fact they're nowhere near finished having them, as the latest movies "Mission Impossible: III" and "The Da Vinci Code" will attest.
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By Steve Kawaratani | June 19, 2009
Many dreams and a lifetime of changes ago, we graduated from Laguna Beach High School. In retrospect, those four years were an extraordinary period of my life, a foundation that has served me well for 40 more. It would indeed be a romantic notion to say that friendships forged then matured into a lifetime bond. In my case, this has not been so. Although an acquaintance in school, Gly Cooper was destined to become my brother-in-law, and fellow classmate Bob Wright became part of my extended family.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | October 2, 2009
Bill Gross got into stamp collecting after his mother spent years buying and stocking up sheets of stamps. She was setting them aside, hoping that, one day, they’d fetch enough money so she could send her son to college. His mother’s stamps turned out to be worth less than the pennies she paid for them. But her boy did go on to college to become a billionaire bond trader. Gross, a Laguna Beach resident and founder of the Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO)
NEWS
August 9, 2002
LAGUNA LIFE There are moments in one's life, that will never be forgotten. Surfing in the They Will Surf Again expression session Sunday was one of those moments. It was a heat some were calling "the best heat of surfers ever -- surfing together at one time." Starting with six-time world champ Kelly Slater, current world champ CJ Hobgood and former Pipeline Masters Champion Rob Machado and many more, just to name a few. But the highlight of the heat was Jesse Billaurer, who in 1996 broke his neck while surfing and is paralyzed from the neck down.
NEWS
January 24, 2003
OUR LAGUNA Harry Lawrence is not known for his silence, but all he could manage was a simple "thank you" when he was presented with the Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award. Lawrence's contributions to the city are so numerous that Supervisor Tom Wilson didn't read the whole proclamation he presented to "Mr. Laguna." "We tried to chronicle all he achieved, so the print is rather small," Wilson said. Mayor Toni Iseman also paid tribute to Lawrence.
NEWS
October 18, 2002
Thomas Wilson wants to bring his 30 years of experience in teaching and school administration to the Laguna Beach Unified School District Board of Education. He teaches business ethics at Pepperdine University Graziado School of Business while directing the Paulo Freire Democratic Project at Chapman University. After moving to Laguna three years ago, Wilson became involved in the district's Quest for Excellence service learning sub-committee because it gave students a foundation in community involvement while earning them practical credits for graduation.
BUSINESS
By Liyna Anwar | August 14, 2009
The Orange County Chapter of the National Assn. of Women Business Owners will hold its 14th annual Remarkable Women Awards Celebration dinner Oct. 15. The event will honor three female business owners for their developing successful organizations that promote women?s roles in society, business, and at home. The event will recognize Heidi Miller of Laguna Beach for a lifetime of achievement along with Cheryl Osborn as business owner of the year, and Laura Neubauer as entrepreneur to watch.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cindy Frazier | February 19, 2010
Hollywood has its Oscars and Golden Globes, and Laguna Beach has its Art Stars. The Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts will honor the best in the arts in Laguna Beach at the fourth annual Art Star Awards, set for 6 p.m. March 31 at [seven-degrees]. The award recognizes organizations, business and individuals who have contributed and shaped the arts and culture of the community, according to organizers. ?We are so lucky to live in Laguna Beach, a town where regular people get to live next door to painters, playwrights, sculptors, musicians, actors, cinematographers, authors, dancers, performers, poets, photographers, glass blowers, ceramicists and singers,?
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | May 7, 2013
Authorities believe a Lake Forest man accused of sexually assaulting three girls could be in Laguna Beach, the Orange County District Attorney's office said Tuesday. Jesus Gomez Montes, 34, is charged with one felony count of alleged sexual intercourse with a child 10 or younger and seven felony counts of lewd acts on a child under 14, according to a press release from the D.A.'s office. Montes is 5-foot-7 and 170 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He might be driving a 2004, gold Nissan Murano with a California license plate of: 6PWE354.
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By Cindy Frazier | February 19, 2010
Hollywood has its Oscars and Golden Globes, and Laguna Beach has its Art Stars. The Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts will honor the best in the arts in Laguna Beach at the fourth annual Art Star Awards, set for 6 p.m. March 31 at [seven-degrees]. The award recognizes organizations, business and individuals who have contributed and shaped the arts and culture of the community, according to organizers. ?We are so lucky to live in Laguna Beach, a town where regular people get to live next door to painters, playwrights, sculptors, musicians, actors, cinematographers, authors, dancers, performers, poets, photographers, glass blowers, ceramicists and singers,?
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NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | October 2, 2009
Bill Gross got into stamp collecting after his mother spent years buying and stocking up sheets of stamps. She was setting them aside, hoping that, one day, they’d fetch enough money so she could send her son to college. His mother’s stamps turned out to be worth less than the pennies she paid for them. But her boy did go on to college to become a billionaire bond trader. Gross, a Laguna Beach resident and founder of the Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO)
BUSINESS
By Liyna Anwar | August 14, 2009
The Orange County Chapter of the National Assn. of Women Business Owners will hold its 14th annual Remarkable Women Awards Celebration dinner Oct. 15. The event will honor three female business owners for their developing successful organizations that promote women?s roles in society, business, and at home. The event will recognize Heidi Miller of Laguna Beach for a lifetime of achievement along with Cheryl Osborn as business owner of the year, and Laura Neubauer as entrepreneur to watch.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Kawaratani | June 19, 2009
Many dreams and a lifetime of changes ago, we graduated from Laguna Beach High School. In retrospect, those four years were an extraordinary period of my life, a foundation that has served me well for 40 more. It would indeed be a romantic notion to say that friendships forged then matured into a lifetime bond. In my case, this has not been so. Although an acquaintance in school, Gly Cooper was destined to become my brother-in-law, and fellow classmate Bob Wright became part of my extended family.
ENTERTAINMENT
By TOM TITUS | June 2, 2006
Hollywood delights in honoring its own. The American Film Institute, for instance, hands out a lifetime achievement award annually, celebrating the career of one of Tinseltown's living legends. The industry has bestowed "lifetime awards" on such "legends" as Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks, both barely on the shady side of 40. And yes, they've had impressive careers ? in fact they're nowhere near finished having them, as the latest movies "Mission Impossible: III" and "The Da Vinci Code" will attest.
NEWS
January 24, 2003
OUR LAGUNA Harry Lawrence is not known for his silence, but all he could manage was a simple "thank you" when he was presented with the Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award. Lawrence's contributions to the city are so numerous that Supervisor Tom Wilson didn't read the whole proclamation he presented to "Mr. Laguna." "We tried to chronicle all he achieved, so the print is rather small," Wilson said. Mayor Toni Iseman also paid tribute to Lawrence.
NEWS
October 18, 2002
Thomas Wilson wants to bring his 30 years of experience in teaching and school administration to the Laguna Beach Unified School District Board of Education. He teaches business ethics at Pepperdine University Graziado School of Business while directing the Paulo Freire Democratic Project at Chapman University. After moving to Laguna three years ago, Wilson became involved in the district's Quest for Excellence service learning sub-committee because it gave students a foundation in community involvement while earning them practical credits for graduation.
NEWS
August 9, 2002
LAGUNA LIFE There are moments in one's life, that will never be forgotten. Surfing in the They Will Surf Again expression session Sunday was one of those moments. It was a heat some were calling "the best heat of surfers ever -- surfing together at one time." Starting with six-time world champ Kelly Slater, current world champ CJ Hobgood and former Pipeline Masters Champion Rob Machado and many more, just to name a few. But the highlight of the heat was Jesse Billaurer, who in 1996 broke his neck while surfing and is paralyzed from the neck down.
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