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By Sherwood Kiraly | July 3, 2009
My last column divulged the secret of my continuing health. No sooner had it appeared than I contracted a stomach bug so virulent that within two days I suspected I was on my way out. The idea of dying usually upsets me, but in my condition, death was such a clear upgrade I wasn’t scared. Certain types of thoughts arise when you feel your time may be up. Regrets? I had a few, but I was already feeling bad enough, thank you. Overall, I decided I’d done pretty well.
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By Chris Williams | November 27, 2009
With the season of Thanks- giving upon us, the time is right to shed light on just a few of the special moments that keep surfers ?stoked? ? which loosely translated is a combination of thankful, content and joyous. Every surfer has his or her unique list; here is a brief look at mine: When the surf report says your local spot will have six-foot waves and clean for the next several days. For the beauty of a brand new surfboard when you go to pick it up from the shaper and for the dreams you dream of riding your new toy. The smile a kid has when they get a great wave and they hear you cheering them on in delight.
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By Michael Miller | June 13, 2013
Looking to treat Dad this weekend? Here are some venues in Laguna Beach offering Father's Day specials: * Make it organic Maro Wood Grill offers a three-course brunch with an emphasis on organic ingredients at 1915 S. Coast Hwy. The prix fixe menu is available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday and costs $45 per person. Appetizers include grass-fed beef chili, chicken wings or artichoke and spinach dip, followed by main courses including steak and eggs, grilled lobster tails with truffle macaroni and cheese or veggie burger.
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By: SHERWOOD KIRALY | October 14, 2005
The other evening I was consulting a book in front of my computer screen with the TV on when there was a sudden "k-zz-zz-t" sound, and both screens and the book went dark. Patti Jo and I looked at our circuit breakers and they were still in the on position, so we walked out front and saw our neighbor Elaine out there too, and knew that our little group had gone Amish again. Up on Alta Laguna Boulevard, there's a strip of seven houses on our block which are connected to the same transformer, and periodically water gets into the transformer and all the power in our houses goes out. When this happens, it's poignant to look across the street and see the facing homes, bright and merry.
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By Candice Baker | December 20, 2007
Top of the World fifth-graders learned the values of giving and entrepreneurism at their annual holiday boutique Wednesday morning. “This is a great opportunity for the younger students to get some real-life experience handling money, counting the change and an opportunity to ‘shop’ for their family members and pets,” said Claudia Redfern, who works in the school’s office. Kids came to the boutique throughout the morning with their classes, perusing handmade crafts.
FEATURES
By ELLE HARROW | November 18, 2005
The name Tabu implies a forbidden pleasure, but here it signifies a hidden treasure. Tucked into a tiny space on South Coast Highway, partially screened by a jungle of papyrus and tropical flowers, this stylish bistro reveals its riches with a hip Pacific island vibe. Nancy Wilhelm -- a prominent figure on the Laguna restaurant scene for many years, being a glutton for punishment -- opened this charming spot a year and a half ago, miraculously transforming the former Dexter's into a warm, contemporary room with tiki touches, dominated by an open kitchen.
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By Candice Baker | July 27, 2007
Whimsical parties ended in laughter and, in many cases, tears last weekend as Harry Potter fans said farewell to their favorite book series. Those who live under a rock may be surprised to learn that book seven of the bestselling kids' (cough, cough) book series, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," was released at midnight Saturday, resulting in record book sales and many sick calls to employers and summer schools on Monday. Local booksellers rode the wave until the very end, with release parties that blew away everything planned by megasellers.
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By Sherwood Kiraly | July 3, 2009
My last column divulged the secret of my continuing health. No sooner had it appeared than I contracted a stomach bug so virulent that within two days I suspected I was on my way out. The idea of dying usually upsets me, but in my condition, death was such a clear upgrade I wasn’t scared. Certain types of thoughts arise when you feel your time may be up. Regrets? I had a few, but I was already feeling bad enough, thank you. Overall, I decided I’d done pretty well.
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