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By Tom Titus | February 1, 2008
For its next number, the Laguna Playhouse has selected, in the words of its director, a ?political thriller farcical romantic drama.? ?It has qualities from just about every genre,? Andrew Barnicle comments about Michael Hollinger?s ?Red Herring,? running Feb. 12 through March 16. ?The plot involves the FBI, dead bodies washing up at fishing docks, missing people and a Russian fisherman spy. ?It also involves the experiments with detonating the nuclear bomb,? Barnicle adds, noting that the action is set in the ?
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By TOM TITUS | December 19, 2008
“Catherine Butterfield is a playwright, actress and director who uses only two of these talents to bring ‘Brownstone’ to the Laguna Playhouse in its world premiere. Imagine if she’d chosen to act in it as well.” That was the first paragraph of this column’s assessment of “Brownstone” back in April and, while there have been some impressive productions since, when all is said and done for the playhouse in 2008, “Brownstone” still sits atop the leader board, as they say on “Dancing With the Stars.
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By Lauren Vane | June 2, 2006
The former tenants of the El Morro trailer park have agreed to pay the state a $60,000 settlement involving trash and vandalism discovered after residents vacated the park in March, state officials said Wednesday. The May 18 settlement is the final hurdle in the legal snarl to convert the trailer park to a campground for public use. The state purchased the land in 1979, and residents were allowed to continue living there until a few months ago. "This is obviously a much better solution than going to court and having to resolve the issues there," State Parks District Supt.
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August 1, 2013
David Hansen's opinion piece in the July 26, 2013 edition of the Coastline Pilot regarding the Cliff restaurant's application for outdoor music badly misrepresents the relationship between the restaurant and near-by residents who object to the noise. Mr. Hansen compares Laguna Beach residents who complain about noise from the Cliff to city dwellers who move to the country and complain about cow odors. There's only one thing wrong with this fable: Mr. Hansen has his facts completely wrong.
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By Anne Frank | January 25, 2008
The following letter was addressed to state Sen. Tom Harman: ? Dear Sen. Harman: This week?s Coastline Pilot contained your ?Opinion? article. It greatly disappoints me. I remember when you came to speak at one of the Laguna Canyon Conservancy monthly dinner meetings when you were running for your present office. You seemed moderate and rational, and concerned about the issues of our town. I voted for you, as did many others at the meeting, which helped bring you to victory in a closely contested race.
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February 8, 2008
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August 1, 2013
David Hansen's opinion piece in the July 26, 2013 edition of the Coastline Pilot regarding the Cliff restaurant's application for outdoor music badly misrepresents the relationship between the restaurant and near-by residents who object to the noise. Mr. Hansen compares Laguna Beach residents who complain about noise from the Cliff to city dwellers who move to the country and complain about cow odors. There's only one thing wrong with this fable: Mr. Hansen has his facts completely wrong.
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By TOM TITUS | December 19, 2008
“Catherine Butterfield is a playwright, actress and director who uses only two of these talents to bring ‘Brownstone’ to the Laguna Playhouse in its world premiere. Imagine if she’d chosen to act in it as well.” That was the first paragraph of this column’s assessment of “Brownstone” back in April and, while there have been some impressive productions since, when all is said and done for the playhouse in 2008, “Brownstone” still sits atop the leader board, as they say on “Dancing With the Stars.
NEWS
By Tom Titus | February 1, 2008
For its next number, the Laguna Playhouse has selected, in the words of its director, a ?political thriller farcical romantic drama.? ?It has qualities from just about every genre,? Andrew Barnicle comments about Michael Hollinger?s ?Red Herring,? running Feb. 12 through March 16. ?The plot involves the FBI, dead bodies washing up at fishing docks, missing people and a Russian fisherman spy. ?It also involves the experiments with detonating the nuclear bomb,? Barnicle adds, noting that the action is set in the ?
NEWS
By Lauren Vane | June 2, 2006
The former tenants of the El Morro trailer park have agreed to pay the state a $60,000 settlement involving trash and vandalism discovered after residents vacated the park in March, state officials said Wednesday. The May 18 settlement is the final hurdle in the legal snarl to convert the trailer park to a campground for public use. The state purchased the land in 1979, and residents were allowed to continue living there until a few months ago. "This is obviously a much better solution than going to court and having to resolve the issues there," State Parks District Supt.
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