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By Cherril Doty | April 24, 2009
“The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” — Henry David Thoreau   I love the imagination! But my sense of it got a wonderful surprise this past weekend. The Imagination Celebration is underway in Orange County. The countywide festival held each spring is in its 24th year and will continue through May 17. The arts festival has as its goal to build a creative community and toward that end this year has more than 100 free or affordable events for families in 31 Orange County cities.
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By Joanna Clay | August 16, 2012
A young food critic has been stirring the pot with his online reviews. When Noah Rosen, 14, started YourTasteBuddy.com in December 2011, he didn't think it would arouse much interest. His first posts evaluated local eateries, such as Sushi Laguna, Ruby's Diner and 370 Common, his favorite. On April 12, he reviewed his school cafeteria. His criticism was unsparing. "The dreaded Thurston Middle School cafeteria is a lottery of food failures, flavorless mediocrities and ill-conceived 'balanced' nutrition," he wrote.
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By Barbara Diamond | April 24, 2009
A budding poet has bloomed. El Morro fifth-grader Noah Hawkins Rosen has been writing poetry since he was in the third grade, but this summer, his poem, ?Inauguration,? will be published in the Harvard Educational Review. ?I?ve only written a few poems, and up to now I have been really bad at poetry,? 12-year-old Noah said. ?But I have been around my mom and her songs and that has helped.? Noah is the son of Leon and Bree Burgess Rosen, founder of ?Lagunatics? and noted for the clever lyrics that are the signature of the shows.
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April 15, 2005
Suzie Harrison There was no sign of spring break this week at the Gallimaufry Performing Arts' youth theater group Generation GAP's rehearsals. While other students might have made a mad dash for a vacation, die-hard company members stayed in Laguna to perfect the April 22 and 23 production of "Weird Romance." Generation GAP, a student-run theater company, provides Laguna youth the opportunity to experience different aspects of theater including producing, directing, performing, designing, managing and fundraising.
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May 17, 2002
Mike Sciacca In a game that was protested earlier this year and resumed for play for the final two innings, American Legion officially recorded a 17-3 win in Majors Division play. Christian Kesler powered a grand slam home run into the outfield trees at Riddle Field to lead American Legion's powerful hitting attack. They scored nine runs in the second inning to go up, 9-0, as Jordan Zraick, Noah Barker, Andrew Paddon each had RBI singles, Will Burk singled twice during the frame and picked up an RBI in the process, Kyle Snyder singled and Michael Porter ripped a two-RBI double.
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By Candice Baker | May 8, 2008
Bree Burgess Rosen’s advice to other moms is succinct. “Pick your battles, take a deep breath and keep it in perspective,” she said. Among many other activities, Burgess Rosen is the founder of No Square Theatre, directs the annual “Lagunatics” revue, serves on arts scholarship committees, writes youth productions for the Pacific Symphony, volunteers at her son Noah’s school, and still makes time to read to her son every night. She has also been named the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club’s Woman of the Year, and will be honored at its annual luncheon June 6. Burgess Rosen says that before taking on any new project, she examines what she calls the “crap-to-cash” ratio: Is the drama worth the reward?
SPORTS
October 6, 2006
The Laguna Beach Breakers' 12-and-Under junior tennis team won six of nine sets to defeat Sea Cliff, 38-29. At No. 1 singles, Katelyn Walsh defeated Garrett Moretta 6-2, Adrien Azera won 6-1 over Sam Lecocq, Dino Romeo beat Paige Taylor 6-1, Sofia Lavin was a 6-2 winner over Laurel Benson 6-2 and Noah Blanton defeated Nicole Salisbury, 6-1. Also in singles play, Jordan Lomonaco, playing her first-ever match, fell 6-0 to Noah Nelson. In No. 1 doubles action, Romeo and Blanton defeated Nelson/Lecocq, 6-4 but Lavin/Pennington fell to Moretta/Taylor, 6-2. Laguna forfeited at the No. 3 doubles match.
NEWS
May 18, 2007
Laguna College of Art & Design sent 50 graduates off into the world on May 14. Marine life artist Wyland was the guest speaker at the commencement ceremony. He was also honored by the college with an honorary doctorate in Fine Arts, although the college only offers bachelor and master degrees to its students. The Laguna College of Art & Design Class of 2007 is as follows: Ulysses Albert, Mayte Aristondo, Louisa Benhissen, Shelly Birch, Ryann Brady, Eddie Brisco, Jessica Bulinski, Norwood Cole, Maliah Coolidge, Christopher Corona, Henry Cram, Tam Doan, Christian Enns, Scott Gordon, Anna Harrah, Youseff Hassanein, Amber Henry, Corie Hinton, Steven Huerta, Lindsey Jaggers, Lisa Johnston, Min Kim, Si Ko, Erik Kowalski, Khoa Le, Tony Lemos, Ian Liu, Daina Mattis, Aubrey Mennella, Matthew Nishi, Julie Papple, Amelie Pourtau, Josh Reed, Kathleen Schmid, Tyler Siegel, Cassandra Siemon, Errol Silverstein, Nickole Squires, Catie Staley, Adrienne Stein, Winston Suk, Adam Sweet, Noah Thomas, Haiyun Tung, Galina Vishnevski, and Matthew Zumberge.
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By Joanna Clay | August 16, 2012
A young food critic has been stirring the pot with his online reviews. When Noah Rosen, 14, started YourTasteBuddy.com in December 2011, he didn't think it would arouse much interest. His first posts evaluated local eateries, such as Sushi Laguna, Ruby's Diner and 370 Common, his favorite. On April 12, he reviewed his school cafeteria. His criticism was unsparing. "The dreaded Thurston Middle School cafeteria is a lottery of food failures, flavorless mediocrities and ill-conceived 'balanced' nutrition," he wrote.
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By Cherril Doty | April 27, 2009
“The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” — Henry David Thoreau   I love the imagination! But my sense of it got a wonderful surprise this past weekend. The Imagination Celebration is underway in Orange County. The countywide festival held each spring is in its 24th year and will continue through May 17. The arts festival has as its goal to build a creative community and toward that end this year has more than 100 free or affordable events for families in 31 Orange County cities.
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