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July 22, 2010
Gallimaufry Performing arts presents Naomi Grossman's "Carnival Knowledge: Love, Lust and Other Human Oddities" for a single performance before heading overseas for its European premiere as part of the 2010 Edinburgh Festival. The "sneak-peek" performance will take place at 9 tonight at the Artists' Theatre, 625 Park Ave. The audience is taken on a rough but thrilling ride through the twists and turns of the rollercoaster that is the search for one's soul mate, only to discover that maybe love is easier to find than it seems, according to a news release.
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November 29, 2013
The Laguna Beach Fire Department and other fire agencies in Southern California are partaking in the annual Spark of Love toy drive event. The campaign is celebrating its 20th year of collecting and distributing toys and sports equipment to less-fortunate children. Laguna Beach has participated with the program since its inception in 1993. Fire departments from across Southern California — Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside San Bernardino and Ventura counties — will partner up with ABC 7 to collect toys at various stations.
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October 21, 2010
Glenetta Betty Farrell's life was celebrated Sunday at St. Mary's Episcopal Church. The long-time resident of South Laguna died at her home Oct. 10. She was 79. "Her life was a remarkably deep and rare combination of rich culture and compassion for the needy," son-in-law Rolland Edward Baker said. A dedicated teacher, Farrell directed a Montessori School after graduating from college where she studied literature and education. She taught English to Mexican friends whom she met while at the ranch in Baja California where she and her husband, James Moies Farrell, had a second home for 20 years.
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By Joanna Clay, joanna.clay@latimes.com | March 31, 2011
When Sydney Mack heard the news of Elizabeth Taylor's death, her memories of the star started flooding back. For a full year Mack, formerly known as Patricia Beattie, emulated Taylor's every move. After all, she was a stand-in on the set of the 1963 classic "Cleopatra. " "Everything she did, I did first," Mack said with a laugh. "I sat on the throne for three days. She came in for 15 minutes. " A Laguna Beach resident since 1972, British-born Mack traveled the world in her 20s, always managing to find the film studios — and jobs.
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March 24, 2011
Farah and Tiffany Farah and Tiffany are 6-month-old sweet and loving chiweenies. They love everyone and are full of energy. They love each other very much, so we don't want to split them up. They are fixed, micro chipped and up-to-date on all their shots. To find out more, call Animal Crackers Pet Rescue at (949) 499-1988.
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September 24, 2004
Suzie Harrison On the track at Laguna Beach High School on Tuesday, 17-year-old Tori Degen had to watch while her cross country teammates ran by, each time they would cheer and call her name. Beautiful, tall and thin, she might look like the stereotypical Laguna high school student, but Tori has a fight in her that sets her apart. She has battled against two types of cancer and has won both times. This fight shows in all aspects of Tori's life; she won't be on the sidelines for long.
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By Michael Miller | February 19, 2014
Casey Reinhardt and Mahsa Townsend didn't have a tough task when they coined the name for their radio show. All they needed was a short phrase that encompassed the cupcake business, the real estate business and the general topic of love and relationships. The answer was simple: "The Sweet Spot. " Or, at least, it's simple in Reinhardt's telling. "I'm, obviously, in the sweets business - cupcakes," explained the co-host of KX 93.5 FM's Sunday night show , which launched shortly before the new year.
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November 29, 2013
The Laguna Beach Fire Department and other fire agencies in Southern California are partaking in the annual Spark of Love toy drive event. The campaign is celebrating its 20th year of collecting and distributing toys and sports equipment to less-fortunate children. Laguna Beach has participated with the program since its inception in 1993. Fire departments from across Southern California — Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside San Bernardino and Ventura counties — will partner up with ABC 7 to collect toys at various stations.
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By Bryce Alderton | October 29, 2013
Heisler Park will glow with lights as members of the public gather to remember and celebrate the lives of deceased loved ones Sunday night. Memory JAR, a San Clemente nonprofit that offers bereavement support, will host a candlelight vigil from 4 to 6 p.m. at the park, near Myrtle Street and Cliff Drive, according to an event flier. Attendees should meet at the park's picnic tables to decorate luminaries for the first hour, the flier said. Guests, using battery-operated tea lights, will head to the beach for the lighting ceremony during the second hour.
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Dr. Jane K. Bening | September 10, 2013
Ouch! Yeoww! Sizzle ... Yikes! Eeeck! Whiff … Dang! Why did I ever think I wanted that tat there forever? Tattoo removal is a sort of oxymoron, an expression of opposite concepts. Taking the plunge into inking one's skin has something in common with marriage, parenthood, tubal ligation and vasectomy. One should never make these pivotal life choices thinking it's "no big deal" to change one's mind and reverse the decision. I couldn't help but notice the black nylon sleeve worn by a waiter one sizzling afternoon at a beachfront restaurant patio in Laguna, apparently covering a tattoo-laden arm. With our recent sweltering heat, I suspect many tattoo cover-ups added to the discomfort of folks with illustrated skin.
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By Bryce Alderton | May 22, 2013
Cousins Mason Bennett and Kenton Durfee are skateboarders on a mission. Bennett, 23, from North Salt Lake City, and Durfee, 23, from Mesa, Ariz., are nearing the end of a 650-mile skateboarding trip along the California coast to raise money for the nonprofit Bridge of Love, which raises money for abandoned and orphaned children in Romania. The two started on longboard skateboards in Santa Rosa on April 29 and were set to be in Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Laguna Beach on Wednesday.
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By David Hansen | April 17, 2013
Laguna Beach is like the Hollywood of Orange County - a rare, crazy, inexplicable thing that is loved to death. Filled with well-meaning tourists, both towns suffer from the impact of the multitudes. The difference is Hollywood doesn't have a protected ocean, fragile ecosystems or limited transportation. The stars in our tidepools are not like the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, shielded in marble and impervious to pain. Our little hillsides are becoming like mini freeways, filled with multipurpose zealots intent on having a good time at any cost.
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March 14, 2013
Hello, my name is Tina. I am a 15-month-old female dachshund mix. My owner recently passed away and he rescued me from a person who had me debarked. I am a little shy at first, but warm up quickly. I love to go on walk during the day and burrow in the blankets at night. If you are my forever home, please call Animal Crackers Per Rescue at (949) 499-1988.
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By Barbara Diamond and By Barbara Diamond | February 21, 2013
Love bloomed at the Laguna Nursery's Valentine's Day Cabaret on Saturday night. Performers crooned and warbled songs of love found, love lost, love on the rebound and cupboard love, all accompanied by pianist Saif . His grand piano was set on the main floor against a backdrop of plants, antiques and those pink and red metal garden decorations featured at the nursery. "Anyone who wants to hear about something else will have to come another night," Saif said. He warmed up the audience with "Making Whoopie," followed by Kathi Gillmore , who hopped on the piano in true chanteuse style to sing her first number before joining Saif in a duet.
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February 14, 2013
Suzanne Caffey-McKenna, beloved wife, mother, grandmother (Bema), aunt and friend died of leukemia on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, at home in Emerald Bay, Laguna Beach, California. Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on Sept. 8, 1933, to the late George E. Morris (England) and Florence Tate Morris (Kansas, Missouri) she grew up in Berkeley, California with her five siblings and graduated from Berkeley High School in 1952.  In 1954 she married Jay W. Reynolds. They had three children:Jay, Julie and Kelly.
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By Britney Barnes | December 21, 2012
About 200 family members and friends gathered for a memorial on Wednesday in Bluebird Park to celebrate Laguna Auto Parts owner Jerry Francis Piper - a generous, thoughtful, adventurous, loving man - with tears and laughter. Piper died Dec. 13 from a heart attack. He was 60 years old. "Life with Jerry was full of surprises, full of laughter and full of love," said his wife, Jennifer Francis. "I have been truly blessed to have him in my life. " Piper was a car enthusiast who would fix windshield wipers in the rain, would help the homeless living in their cars - without hope of being repaid - and made sure his daughters took care of their own cars, friends and family remembered.
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