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By Cherril Doty | August 28, 2009
Celebrations. Beatles, birthdays, Woodstock, summer’s end — August has been quite the month. The recent Beatles Day at the Sawdust Art Festival was a tremendous day, filled with music, laughter, and lots of people. One of those people is our fictitious artist from earlier in the summer. The last time we saw him was just before Fourth of July. He has been very busy all summer and we have not heard from him since. Evidently, hearing so much of the music in one day, in one place, has inspired our intrepid artist to show his face — or pen — once again.
NEWS
February 12, 2010
Laguna Beach was rocked by the loss of two major figures in the arts over the past few weeks. As it happens, they were not only well known in their respective fields, but also as people with a real love for and involvement in Laguna Beach. Iris Adam and Frank Interlandi helped keep Laguna on the cultural map by actions in their professional and personal lives. Adam, who died Jan. 30 at 91, was a watercolor artist who also kept the Art-A-Fair healthy by becoming the festival?
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By Story by Candice Baker Photos by Kyle Burlington | May 16, 2008
Jheri St. James’ start in belly dancing 26 years ago was inauspicious. “I got mad at my boyfriend, and I thought I would do something wild,” she said, smiling. She began taking a class at OCC in 1981; by 1987, she was teaching. “My first and last real love has been Middle Eastern dance,” she said. St. James will hold her locally famous belly dance party Sunday afternoon at Legion Hall; she will offer a free introductory belly dance class before the party.
NEWS
December 20, 2002
CHRISTMAS STORIES FROM CHRISTINE WAGNER'S THIRD-GRADE CLASS AT EL MORRO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bob the dog On Christmas morning, Bob the dog was very excited. He opened all of the presents under the tree. When his family came downstairs, they were mad. Bob was sent to the attic. Bob was very sad. His family felt bad for him. Bob told his family that he was sorry for opening all of the presents by accident. His family let him downstairs, and they all had Christmas dinner together.
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By Cherril Doty | August 28, 2009
Celebrations. Beatles, birthdays, Woodstock, summer’s end — August has been quite the month. The recent Beatles Day at the Sawdust Art Festival was a tremendous day, filled with music, laughter, and lots of people. One of those people is our fictitious artist from earlier in the summer. The last time we saw him was just before Fourth of July. He has been very busy all summer and we have not heard from him since. Evidently, hearing so much of the music in one day, in one place, has inspired our intrepid artist to show his face — or pen — once again.
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