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By Roger von Bütow | June 5, 2009
Drought cycles and resulting fresh water resource depletions renew the century-old battle in California to find a sustainable balance of protected wilderness and increased human population demands in our home state. Many of these skirmishes wind up in courtrooms, the issues confused in the layperson’s mind by the labyrinth of regulatory edicts and hearing room proceedings. Portrayed in the media as pitting “Humans vs. Nature,” zero-sum games, many residents are unaware of the nexus between preservation and restoration of eco-systems for threatened or endangered species and improved safe environs for us all. A recent decision by NOAA’s National Marines Fisheries Service due to years of lobbying by the Clean Water Now!
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June 19, 2009
If you haven?t seen ?An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf? at the Laguna Playhouse, I urge you to do so. The playhouse?s aptly titled artistic director, Andrew Barnicle, selected and directs this delightful play by Michael Hollinger. The comedic actors each develop their character, and nothing is as it seems. There are numerous references to Ernest Hemingway and gourmet dishes and there?s the best bullfight sans bull you?ll ever see. We here in Laguna Beach are blessed to have an abundance of art within easy reach.
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By Roger von Bütow | June 5, 2009
Drought cycles and resulting fresh water resource depletions renew the century-old battle in California to find a sustainable balance of protected wilderness and increased human population demands in our home state. Many of these skirmishes wind up in courtrooms, the issues confused in the layperson’s mind by the labyrinth of regulatory edicts and hearing room proceedings. Portrayed in the media as pitting “Humans vs. Nature,” zero-sum games, many residents are unaware of the nexus between preservation and restoration of eco-systems for threatened or endangered species and improved safe environs for us all. A recent decision by NOAA’s National Marines Fisheries Service due to years of lobbying by the Clean Water Now!
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