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By Barbara Diamond | October 24, 2008
The Friends of the Laguna Beach Library welcomed Orange County Public Library Director of Construction and Maintenance Bob Genzel Bob Genzel to the annual Membership Dinner, held recently at Tivoli Terrace. “He is our new best friend,” said Martha Lydick , perennial president of the local group. Genzel was the man who produced a new air conditioner within a week when the unit at the Friends Bookstore went on the fritz. “That’s really fast for the county,” Lydick said.
NEWS
January 2, 2004
Anonymous tip leads to burglary suspect Police are investigating a suspect in a residential burglary after finding a stolen item while responding to an unrelated call. At 6:58 p.m. Sunday evening, Laguna resident Michael Reynolds, after returning from a weeklong vacation, reported his house in the 200 block of Fairview Road had been burglarized. Items reported stolen from Reynolds home were valued at about $2,600, and included a laptop computer, champaign and credit cards.
NEWS
February 14, 2003
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Laguna Beach Coastline-Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to 494-8979; call 494-4321 or e-mail coastlinepilot@ latimes.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. A complete listing may be found at www.latimes.com/news/ local/coastline. MONDAY TIDEPOOL JOURNAL Laguna Outreach Community Arts will hold a workshop as part of its weekly Art Escapes program. Artist Jan Sattler will led the excursion during which participants will create a simple field journal.
NEWS
May 18, 2007
The toxic algae bloom — or "red tide" — that has killed dozens of sea birds and mammals in local waters recently is mystifying marine experts and fanning local concerns about global warming. Some people are convinced that human-made pollutants are at the root of the algae, a naturally occurring plant form that is a food source for fish at lower levels of the marine food chain, such as krill and crustaceans. Researchers are reporting the highest levels ever seen of this algae and the neurotoxin domoic acid that is carried in it, which is alarming news.
NEWS
By TOM TITUS | July 20, 2007
Whoever said there are few roles available for women of a certain age should check out the exhilarating summer production at the Laguna Playhouse. "Menopause, the Musical" not only involves ladies in the midst of "the change," but celebrates them. It's a high-flying, high-kicking and high-temperature tribute to women in the throes of hot flashes, energy shortage, memory loss and other such rewards awaiting those females who survive past life's half-century mark. Creator Jeanie Linders took a page from the "Forbidden Broadway" book in fashioning "Menopause."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | March 27, 2009
Do you ever find yourself making a phone call and having a moment of panic because you couldn?t remember whom you called? On Monday, can you remember the movie you saw Saturday? Are notes and lists becoming an essential part of your life? If you are of a certain age, as we are, this will all sound very familiar. Longtime Laguna resident Josh Reynolds, our local brain fitness guru, wants to help you out. This brain scientist/ inventor has worked out a program to improve your focus and memory, called 20/20 Brain Power.
NEWS
November 15, 2002
Mary A. Castillo and Suzie Harrison The past three weeks have been painful ones for Jacques Nenijian, 26, and Michelle Estele, 23. The two survivors of last month's dramatic shooting outside the Herb Import Co. say they have been through emotional highs and lows since 26-year-old robbery suspect Nathaniel James O'Connor, walked into the store. After intensive surgeries to repair the damage caused by a gunshot to the back -- including repairing his lung and diaphragm -- Nenijian can sit up and walk for short periods of time.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2007
First Sundays hosts 'early music' concert This Sunday, Laguna Beach Live! and the Laguna College of Art & Design will present Eric Kinsley, harpsichordist, with counter-tenor Don Krim in a free afternoon of art and music at the college, 2222 Laguna Canyon Rd. The concert begins at 3 p.m.; the college art gallery opens at 2 p.m. Kinsley is a performing artist and educator living in the Los Angeles area after having resided in New York....
NEWS
By TOM TITUS | July 13, 2007
Summertime at the Laguna Playhouse is, traditionally, a time for laughter ? once you find a place to park, that is. The warm-weather attraction on stage usually succeeds in alleviating the anxiety created by Laguna's summer traffic patterns. "Shear Madness" certainly accomplished this feat last summer, as have "Always, Patsy Cline" and "Forever Plaid" in summers past. This weekend the playhouse lifts the curtain on its latest summer show, one reportedly inspired by a hot flash and a bottle of wine.
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By Barbara Diamond | October 24, 2008
The Friends of the Laguna Beach Library welcomed Orange County Public Library Director of Construction and Maintenance Bob Genzel Bob Genzel to the annual Membership Dinner, held recently at Tivoli Terrace. “He is our new best friend,” said Martha Lydick , perennial president of the local group. Genzel was the man who produced a new air conditioner within a week when the unit at the Friends Bookstore went on the fritz. “That’s really fast for the county,” Lydick said.
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