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October 2, 2009
Chabad hosts Sukkot celebrations Chabad Hebrew School will celebrate Sukkot at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, with juggling, face painting, a palm weaving demonstration, and shawarma and fries. Sukkot is a seven-day holiday after Yom Kippur. ?Sukkot? means huts, and refers to the outdoor shelter that one eats in throughout the festival. Kids of all ages are invited, $10 per person. To make reservations, call (949) 499-0770. Chabad is at 30804 S. Coast Hwy. For more information and schedule of Sukkot services and other Sukkot events, visit www.chabadoflaguna.
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September 20, 2002
Suzie Harrison In the second week of Christy Montes' kindergarten class they are focusing on colors, sequences and patterns. Red is the color this week and the shape they're learning is the circle. Every Wednesday they wear the color that they are studying that week. The El Morro Elementary School teacher would ask questions such as, "What's similar in this row, what's the same color and shape?" The class was working on sorting and classifying. "In the science unit, we did a tasting of red, yellow and green apples," Montes said.
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By Michael Miller | June 13, 2013
Looking to treat Dad this weekend? Here are some venues in Laguna Beach offering Father's Day specials: * Make it organic Maro Wood Grill offers a three-course brunch with an emphasis on organic ingredients at 1915 S. Coast Hwy. The prix fixe menu is available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday and costs $45 per person. Appetizers include grass-fed beef chili, chicken wings or artichoke and spinach dip, followed by main courses including steak and eggs, grilled lobster tails with truffle macaroni and cheese or veggie burger.
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July 8, 2005
Barbara Diamond An estimated 650 Chamber of Commerce supporters attended the 10th annual hometown barbecue Tuesday in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot. The event is the chamber's major fundraiser and included a barbecue, a silent auction and an option to attend the Pageant of the Masters preview, beginning at 8:30 p.m. "We've been doing this for nine years and it has been very successful for us," chamber executive director...
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November 7, 2013
The wood is in, the ovens are prepared and Selanne Steak Tavern is ready to open its doors in Laguna Beach. The restaurant named for Anaheim Ducks' star Teemu Selanne, one of two proprietors along with Kevin Pratt, will serve its first cocktail and meal beginning at 4 p.m. Friday, according to a news release. Selanne, which will double as both a casual tavern and an upscale steakhouse, opens in a spot formerly occupied by French 75, at 1464 S. Coast Hwy. Executive chef Joshua Severson's menu includes, as the restaurant's name implies, steaks and chops while also giving a nod to fish and poultry.
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November 28, 2003
Suzie Harrison The good will of El Morro Elementary students filled the entire stage of the school's multipurpose room. The Student Council decided to make a difference by collecting goods for victims of the recent fires in San Diego. The idea caught on and fellow students began donating what they could. MacKenzie Hester, 10, who was appointed Student Council president in the election three weeks ago, said that it was part of her platform. "We had to give speeches and I said that I would like to have a fund-raiser but Mrs. Blanton had already started it," MacKenzie said.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | February 23, 2007
On April 7, 1986, we opened A La Carte, Take Away Gourmet, with Elle in the kitchen whipping up "homemade" mayonnaise and chicken pot pie while Terry was out front reading the manual on how to operate a cash register and intermittently dashing back to the kitchen to make sandwiches. At the end of an excruciatingly busy day, and after washing dishes, scrubbing pots and mopping the floors, we collapsed happy and exhausted on the kitchen floor, at the number of people that came through the door on that first day. Twenty-one years later, they are still forming lines to get in and more than a few of them have been customers since that chaotic beginning.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | April 23, 2010
Two years ago, Gabrielle Sunheart found herself standing in line for government assistance. Only a few months before, she had been living a comfortable life with a decent income, but then her husband left and she was denied access to the funds from their family business. Among her many other stressful decisions, she wondered how she was going to feed herself and her three small children. She applied for government assistance, but unlike most people, cried with joy when she was given $150 a month in food stamps.
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October 2, 2009
Chabad hosts Sukkot celebrations Chabad Hebrew School will celebrate Sukkot at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, with juggling, face painting, a palm weaving demonstration, and shawarma and fries. Sukkot is a seven-day holiday after Yom Kippur. ?Sukkot? means huts, and refers to the outdoor shelter that one eats in throughout the festival. Kids of all ages are invited, $10 per person. To make reservations, call (949) 499-0770. Chabad is at 30804 S. Coast Hwy. For more information and schedule of Sukkot services and other Sukkot events, visit www.chabadoflaguna.
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