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March 25, 2014
The Assistance League of Laguna Beach and the Laguna Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5868 are holding a two-day garage sale. The sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Assistance League's chapter house garage, directly behind its thrift shop, at 526 Glenneyre St. Items on sale include glass and coffee tables, tools, patio furniture, garden decorations, beach chairs, shelving units, rugs, luggage, golf clubs and...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 17, 2006
The Laguna Beach Senior Center is headed to the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Laughlin, Nevada from May 9 to 11. The price of this trip will include two buffet diners, driver's tip, luggage handling and a two-night stay. Membership of the Senior Center is not required. The trip cost is $95 for a double room and $110 for a single room. Reservations and payment must be made by Friday, March 31. Information: Sharon Olney, Senior Center Coordinator, (949) 464-9535. New Medicare prescription plan explained The Laguna Beach Seniors and the Orange County Council on Aging/Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program invites seniors to a program designed to answer questions about the new Medicare D prescription drug coverage.
NEWS
June 23, 2006
When Luchis "Lou" Royster's Pit Stop Shoe and Luggage Repair store was burglarized in May, he worried his dreams as first-time shop owner might be over. The leather specialty shop in the 900 block of South Coast Highway was robbed of somewhere between $10,000 and $15,000 in merchandise, tools and customer belongings, Royster said. With no insurance policy to cover his losses, Royster was pressed to find a way to recover his business. Thanks to the kindness of people contributing to a donation fund set up by customer Sandie Ward, Royster was given $1,800 to replace the essentials of his craft.
NEWS
August 5, 2005
TUESDAY Fairywood Lane: A woman told police that someone was harassing her on the phone at 5:23 p.m. in the 1200 block. Mystic Way: Two broken eggs were reportedly found in a driveway at 6:56 a.m. in the 600 block. Ramona Avenue: A man told police that money was stolen from his house at 3:43 p.m. in the 500 block. Skyline Drive: A house and car were reportedly egged at 12:42 a.m. in the 1300 block. South Coast Highway: A man was reportedly screaming at people at 8:30 p.m. in the 1400 block.
NEWS
By Barbara Diamond | January 1, 2009
Boosun and Youngbae Lee will close their shoe repair shop on New Year’s Eve, but these busy souls won’t be taking it easy. Idle retirement is not exactly what they have in mind when they shut the door of Laguna Shoe Repair for the last time. “He didn’t graduate from university in Korea about 50 years ago, and he wants to go back to school,” said Boosun Lee, Youngbae’s wife. “He has a lot of hobbies, and he plays the mandolin. He also wants to read the Bible more.
NEWS
By Chris Quilter | April 30, 2010
On Earth Day, 15 ?Intrepid Travelers? and special guest Mayor Elizabeth Pearson celebrated the first anniversary of the ?green? travel club of Laguna Beach Seniors by taking the bus. Fourteen minutes after boarding the No. 1 at the downtown depot, we got off at a bit of paradise just north of town: Crystal Cove. We walked the beach, admired the historic cottages, lunched at the Beachcomber and ? except for the mayor, who is too young to qualify ? flashed our $1.50 all-day senior bus passes for the photographer.
NEWS
August 9, 2002
HE IS General manager of the charming boutique hotel La Casa del Camino. TASK IN HAND But Tak Miyamoto can often be seen carrying a guest's luggage up the stairs to their room, or changing a light bulb in the lobby. Being a general manager at La Casa is a full and difficult job, and one that evidently does not leave any chore out of its description. Although Miyamoto has been managing the hotel for only three months, La Casa has been welcoming guests in Laguna Beach since 1927.
NEWS
By James Pribram | October 19, 2007
As always it?s beautiful to be back in town, but what an adventure it was getting home. After flying from Madrid, Spain, into Heathrow in England ? an airport notorious for being a nightmare always ? beginning and ending with huge security lines and tight connection flights. This time was no different. For once I was lucky enough to be taken through the express line as I only had 35 minutes to catch my flight. I made it to my gate only to have my flight delayed and delayed and delayed again, before they finally canceled the flight some seven hours later at midnight.
NEWS
By James Pribram | October 17, 2007
As always it’s beautiful to be back in town, but what an adventure it was getting home. ¬†After flying from Madrid, Spain into Heathrow in England — an airport which is notorious for being a nightmare always — beginning and ending with huge security lines and tight connection flights. This time was no different. For once I was lucky enough to be taken through the express line as I only had 35 minutes to catch my flight. I made it to to my gate only to have my flight delayed and delayed and delayed again, before they finally cancelled the flight some seven hours later at midnight.
FEATURES
March 3, 2006
Duke's Men to sing at Senior Center The Duke's Men of Yale ? an a cappella singing group ? will perform at the Laguna Beach Senior Center's general meeting, at 12:30 p.m. Monday, March 13 at the Veterans Memorial Community Center, 384 Legion St. The Duke's Men were formed in 1952, when, the story goes, Basil Duke Henning, Master of Saybrook College and former Whiffenpoof singer, stole a "Whiff" arrangement and presented it to four of his...
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