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June 12, 2009
It?s always sad ? and a bit of a shock ? to see veteran and valued members of city commissions and committees leave their posts. But it does free up space for new blood on these advisory panels, which are a training ground for future elected office. We know the Arts Commission will miss Commissioners Nancy Beverage, Mike Tauber and Terry Smith. Beverage, who served nine years, said she felt it was ?time? someone else filled her seat. Tauber resigned from the commission before his term was up in order to focus more fully on his art career, while Smith decided not to apply for another term for unspecified reasons.
NEWS
September 5, 2008
I was pleased to see that James Pribram also thinks the City ?Council needs new blood? (Aug. 29). I was rather hoping that blood would be his. I had written a previous letter to that end. Mostly for the four last paragraphs in his last ?Soapbox,? I believe he is our guy. I know that it is a costly endeavor to run for council. I would like to think there are enough concerned citizens who could help him in this endeavor. Scott Alan Laguna Beach Tax hike will only hurt everyone, rich and poor What part of NO new taxes and cut government spending can?
LOCAL
By James Pribram | August 28, 2008
Last week I noticed an advertisement from a current City Council member running again. For a split second I thought to myself, wow, look at that — a council member actually engaging our community in what’s happening in our town. But then I realized it was nothing more than the beginning of her cheesy reelection campaign. I couldn’t help but think what a shame, all this time I had never read anything she had written before of her individual outlook on our town.
NEWS
January 24, 2003
LAGUNA LIFE All right, here we go again. I want to start this week off with a big round of congratulations going out to Toni Iseman, in part for being elected to the California Coastal Commission, but more importantly for handcuffing herself to a tree in 1994 in protest over the construction in our beloved Laguna Canyon. In finding this out last week, I felt I must applaud your passion that you hold for our environment and remind you that our mother ocean is the biggest part of our environment.
NEWS
By Joanna Clay | May 31, 2012
A Laguna Beach attorney is running as a write-in candidate for Orange County Superior Court Judge in the June 5 election. Joshua B. Vinograd, 37, was born and raised in Laguna Beach and started his firm in town in 2009, the Law Offices of Joshua B. Vinograd, PC , where he practices general litigation. Vinograd has a varied background. He interned for Stephen J. Hillman, a federal magistrate judge, and for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Los Angeles. After receiving his law degree at Loyola Law School in 2001, he served as a law clerk for Virginia A. Phillips in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | June 6, 2008
The glowing sense of excitement this year at the Festival of the Arts/Pageant of the Masters media preview Monday night was palpable. “This is a very significant year for us because this is the 75th birthday of the Pageant of the Masters,” festival President Wayne Baglin said. “It’s hard to say that we could outdo ourselves, but it’s going to be absolutely incredible,” board member Anita Mangels said. This year’s theme, “All the World’s a Stage,” pays tribute to the performing arts, with nearly every tableau containing a stage element.
NEWS
October 3, 2003
BARBARA DIAMOND A movie based on Ted Taylor's 1973 novel, "The Maldonado Miracle," will premiere Oct 12 as a Showtime Original Picture. Taylor and his wife, Flora, will be watching the telecast in their Woods Cove home. The book, which inspired the movie, has been reissued in paperback and hardcover to coincide with the telecast. The real miracle is Taylor's ability to reach the hearts and minds of young people. He has written more than 30 books to date for middle-grade and young adults -- not to mention his books for adults.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Breeding | October 10, 2008
Fifty noted artists have been chosen to participate in the 10th annual Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational Oct. 18 to 19, an event hosted by the Laguna Plein Air Painters Assn., known as LPAPA, and Laguna Art Museum, where the paintings will be displayed. Terry Reno, event director of LPAPA, said this year?s theme is diversity. ?We?ve invited some of the finest landscape painters from across the country,? she said. ?Twenty-one of these are new blood.? In the past, artists traveled to Laguna as part of the weeklong event to paint only local scenes.
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NEWS
June 12, 2009
It?s always sad ? and a bit of a shock ? to see veteran and valued members of city commissions and committees leave their posts. But it does free up space for new blood on these advisory panels, which are a training ground for future elected office. We know the Arts Commission will miss Commissioners Nancy Beverage, Mike Tauber and Terry Smith. Beverage, who served nine years, said she felt it was ?time? someone else filled her seat. Tauber resigned from the commission before his term was up in order to focus more fully on his art career, while Smith decided not to apply for another term for unspecified reasons.
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NEWS
September 5, 2008
I was pleased to see that James Pribram also thinks the City ?Council needs new blood? (Aug. 29). I was rather hoping that blood would be his. I had written a previous letter to that end. Mostly for the four last paragraphs in his last ?Soapbox,? I believe he is our guy. I know that it is a costly endeavor to run for council. I would like to think there are enough concerned citizens who could help him in this endeavor. Scott Alan Laguna Beach Tax hike will only hurt everyone, rich and poor What part of NO new taxes and cut government spending can?
LOCAL
By James Pribram | August 28, 2008
Last week I noticed an advertisement from a current City Council member running again. For a split second I thought to myself, wow, look at that — a council member actually engaging our community in what’s happening in our town. But then I realized it was nothing more than the beginning of her cheesy reelection campaign. I couldn’t help but think what a shame, all this time I had never read anything she had written before of her individual outlook on our town.
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