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By Tom Titus | April 24, 2009
Formerly well-heeled theatergoers now pinching pennies to make ends meet in today’s economy will be able to identify with the heroine of the Laguna Playhouse Youth Theater’s upcoming production. “A Little Princess,” opening May 8 for a two-weekend engagement, focuses on Sara Crewe, a young girl born in London and raised in India by her world-traveling father. When Dad becomes bankrupt, she’s reduced from enormous wealth to terrible poverty virtually overnight.
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By Pegi Lopez | January 1, 2010
Princess is a Chihuahua born and bred to give birth and breed. When first born her tail was cut to the nub to enable the males to more easily mate with her. She remained at the breeding farm until her rescue. Lisa is now the proud owner of Princess. Princess is an obnoxious barker, sometimes driving Mom nuts. Lisa brings her to my house during those times and when she goes to work. She does not bark here. Why not? We do not know. We discussed bad body odor. Such as smelling like a male dog because Lisa hugs so many of them.
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October 18, 2002
-- Barbara Diamond Once upon a time there was a little princess. Her name was Joan. Princess Joan's father died when she was two, but she still had her mother, Athalie, and her grandfather, the powerful King James II of Irvine. Joan lived with her mother in the adjoining kingdoms of Los Angeles and Pasadena. But among her favorite childhood memories are the visits with James II. She rode with the cowboys who herded the king's cattle. She watched his crops grow -- he liked to call himself a farmer.
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August 23, 2012
Hello, my name is Princess Stephanie. I am a 4-month-old female Chihuahua mix. I have four sisters who need a forever home too. I get along well with children and other dogs. I am potty pad trained and I love to play, fetch, run and just be a puppy. I am fixed, micro-chipped and up to date on all my shots. If you are my forever home, please call Animal Crackers Pet Rescue at (949) 499-1988.
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August 26, 2010
Organizers of the Laguna Beach Relay for Life, held Aug. 14 to 15 at El Morro Elementary School, are pleased with the funds raised during the 24-hour relay walk. During the event, survivors walked the course holding balloons with the number of years they had been a cancer survivor, led by bagpiper Ian Greene. Young cancer survivor Hannah Thomas was crowned the Relay's Princess by Laguna Beach Mayor Elizabeth Pearson. Other participants walked to support family and friends who had battled the disease and raise funds for cancer research.
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By TOM TITUS | August 3, 2007
Young, aspiring musical theater performers in the Laguna Beach area will stretch their talents in a trio of stage productions during the Laguna Playhouse's 2007-08 season. Three Youth Theater productions ? one classic, one modern and one geared toward teenage audiences ? have been selected to fill the upcoming season. First up, from Oct. 26 through Nov. 4, will be "Disney High School Musical on Stage," a show based on an original television movie from, you guessed it, the Disney Channel.
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By Candice Baker | February 8, 2007
For Dennis Power, it really is all about who you know. Power, the president of the Laguna College of Art & Design, turned a chat at an art reception into a whirlwind plot involving two renowned art schools, a trans-Atlantic flight and a real princess. It culminated last month, when college officials announced a new partnership with the Florence Academy of Art in Italy. Power had spoken with colleague Robert Emmons, a past president of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art board of trustees.
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By Vince Lovato | June 9, 2006
One of Glendale Unified School District's three National Merit Scholarship Finalists speaks English as a third language. One is a homecoming princess and a drama queen. The third competes on the tennis court and in academic quizzes. Mkrtich Ohanyan of Clark Magnet High School, Polet Bagatourian of Crescenta Valley High School and Andrew Bagwell of Hoover High School all seniors, all received the honor making them eligible for $1,000 scholarships. Only about 15,000 students of the 1.3 million who apply for the scholarship program are named finalists by the nonprofit Illinois-based National Merit Scholarship Corp.
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By Pegi Lopez | January 1, 2010
Princess is a Chihuahua born and bred to give birth and breed. When first born her tail was cut to the nub to enable the males to more easily mate with her. She remained at the breeding farm until her rescue. Lisa is now the proud owner of Princess. Princess is an obnoxious barker, sometimes driving Mom nuts. Lisa brings her to my house during those times and when she goes to work. She does not bark here. Why not? We do not know. We discussed bad body odor. Such as smelling like a male dog because Lisa hugs so many of them.
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By Tom Titus | May 15, 2009
The original story is by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the stage adaptation by June Walker Rogers, but the latest production at the Laguna Playhouse bears a striking resemblance to one Charles Huffman Dickens. “A Little Princess,” being staged by the playhouse’s Youth Theater, exudes that melodramatic Victorian atmosphere so prevalent in Dickens’ works, not to mention the maddening British preoccupation with “class.” As she did in “The Secret Garden,” Burnett laces her story with frequent references to India where both the little girls central to these sagas experienced their early lives.
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