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May 7, 2010
Vehicle search ends in arrest A 36-year-old Laguna Beach man was arrested at 8:45 p.m. April 29 after a citizen called and reported a suspicious man parked on EL Camino Del Mar possibly smoking drugs inside his vehicle, Laguna Beach Police Lt. Jason Kravetz said. The suspect, Jason Provence, was on probation for a previous possession of narcotics conviction, according to Kravetz. Officers searched his vehicle and allegedly found heroin, cocaine and prescription medications in addition to drug paraphernalia.
LOCAL
By Cherril Doty | July 3, 2009
As the summer festival season goes into full swing with the opening this weekend of the Festival of Arts/Pageant of the Masters, so many of the artists find the various festival grounds their new home away from home for the duration of the shows. When this is the case, it seems everything changes — hours one keeps, food habits, clothing choices — the list goes on. It is often a complete transformation for the artist. My intention with this column is to give you, the reader, a peek at one fictional artist’s transformation, a day in the life.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Josh Aden | April 13, 2007
A new independent film shot in Laguna Beach by a city native is set to premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival April 25. "Boxboarders" is a comedy/mock documentary written and directed by local director Rob Hedden and is shot at numerous locales across Laguna Beach. The movie tells the story of a couple of underdog surfer teenagers who create a new sport, known as boxboarding. In the film, boxboarding entails racing refrigerator boxes which have been modified into speedy hill bombers by adding wheels.
NEWS
By: | October 14, 2005
TUESDAY Broadway at Coast Highway: A man told police that the driver of a green 1998 Honda Civic reportedly hit his vehicle and fled the scene at 4:54 p.m. Ramona Avenue: A woman told police that a man was standing outside her house yelling at her at 9:15 a.m. in the 600 block. MONDAY North Coast Highway: A blue 1998 Ford Expedition was reportedly broken into and $250 worth of tools were stolen at 8:54 a.m. in the 1400 block. Summit Way: A woman told police she was receiving threatening calls on her cell phone at 3:31 p.m. in the 800 block.
NEWS
August 16, 2002
FOOD FOR THOUGHT It happens to all of us -- finding bags of produce languishing behind last night's leftovers on the refrigerator shelf. But as long as the victims of our neglect have not yet entered the brown and soggy stage, all is not lost. Help is at hand to salvage these still-edible fruits and vegetables and turn them into something even better. Discovering a basket of cherry tomatoes lurking behind the eggplant in the refrigerator caught me by surprise.
NEWS
October 25, 2002
FOOD FOR THOUGHT More than an over-sized Halloween candle holder or table decoration, the Great Pumpkin is a versatile veggie that deserves to be promoted to the main course not just sweets at the end of a meal. A member of the squash family, pumpkin supplies more than 300% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A an anti-oxidant that promises to halt the aging process and give us younger looking skin. This smooth-textured, super nutrient with a subtle nutty flavor is most commonly sweetened and used in pies, breads and muffins.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Kawaratani | March 19, 2010
Either due to habit or fear of failure, many gardeners practice only one kind of horticulture. Given enough time and space, the adventuresome will try to grow anything and everything. Although the color from flowers is indeed rewarding, why eat frozen vegetables or market produce three days removed from real freshness? Vegetables are easy to grow, cost less than store-bought, and will never be fresher than picked from the vine. Homegrown vegetables can and should be enjoyed literally within seconds of harvest.
LOCAL
By James Pribram | January 2, 2009
Sadly the economic downfall has hit us all, some harder than others, as a reported 40 businesses have closed their doors. Home prices have been falling for quite some time, and earlier in the year gas prices were at an all-time high. Thankfully they, too, have fallen to a five-year low. In 2008, our town went from a “beach buddy” to a “beach dummy.” However, there is always hope the great culture of Laguna Beach is returning. Last week, as one family was burned out of their home for the second time in 15 years, our town — or better said, the people — once again rallied in support, providing the family with a place to stay, a stocked refrigerator and even a Christmas tree with gifts under it. To me that is the true spirit of Laguna Beach, the same caring and compassionate spirit that has aided our town and its residents through many past disasters.
NEWS
September 6, 2002
THE GARDEN FANATIC "Zest is the secret of all beauty. There is no beauty that is attractive without zest." -- Christian Dior "It was the wish to drink from many flowers that gave the hummingbird his wings." -- Anonymous Who's watching birds, you might ask. Well, Catharine and I are now accustomed to greeting hummingbirds and other wild birds that delight us daily with their beauty, zest and song! Additionally the hummers perform aerial acrobatics that rival the air shows ... for free!
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May 7, 2010
Vehicle search ends in arrest A 36-year-old Laguna Beach man was arrested at 8:45 p.m. April 29 after a citizen called and reported a suspicious man parked on EL Camino Del Mar possibly smoking drugs inside his vehicle, Laguna Beach Police Lt. Jason Kravetz said. The suspect, Jason Provence, was on probation for a previous possession of narcotics conviction, according to Kravetz. Officers searched his vehicle and allegedly found heroin, cocaine and prescription medications in addition to drug paraphernalia.
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LOCAL
By Cherril Doty | July 3, 2009
As the summer festival season goes into full swing with the opening this weekend of the Festival of Arts/Pageant of the Masters, so many of the artists find the various festival grounds their new home away from home for the duration of the shows. When this is the case, it seems everything changes — hours one keeps, food habits, clothing choices — the list goes on. It is often a complete transformation for the artist. My intention with this column is to give you, the reader, a peek at one fictional artist’s transformation, a day in the life.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Josh Aden | April 13, 2007
A new independent film shot in Laguna Beach by a city native is set to premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival April 25. "Boxboarders" is a comedy/mock documentary written and directed by local director Rob Hedden and is shot at numerous locales across Laguna Beach. The movie tells the story of a couple of underdog surfer teenagers who create a new sport, known as boxboarding. In the film, boxboarding entails racing refrigerator boxes which have been modified into speedy hill bombers by adding wheels.
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