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November 17, 2011
Buddy, an almost year-old male Siberian husky, gets along well with everyone and everything. He needs lots of exercise and does not want to be left home alone. He is fixed, microchipped and up to date on all his shots. To adopt Buddy, or find out more about him and other adoptable pets, call Animal Crackers Pet Rescue at (949) 499-1988.
LOCAL
November 11, 2009
Ariel Rescue Meet Legend.  He is a purebred 1 year old neutered male Siberian Husky who needs a loving home.  Legend is being fostered at Dog Ranch Bed and Biscuit in Laguna Beach until he finds his forever home.  Legend was saved by caring volunteers who whisked him out of a dangerous situation in Mexico.   When owners don't want their dogs any longer in Mexico, they are typically euthanized.  Legend was brought in to be euthanized but by the good will of caring animal lovers, his life was spared.
FEATURES
December 19, 2008
Surfboard menorah up for Hanukkah Chabad of Laguna Beach will light a surfboard menorah at 2 p.m. Sunday at Main Beach. The menorah is being constructed of old, damaged and unusable surfboards donated by Laguna Beach friends and congregants. The menorah was designed by Steve Sachse, who shared the idea with contractors Mike Tomkins and Tony Hempen, who volunteered their time to put it together. ?Our Main Beach Hanukkah display needed a new twist after all these years,?
NEWS
April 4, 2008
Laguna College of Art & Design took figure drawing to a whole new level March 31, when a Russian Grizzly bear named Cheyenne and Siberian tiger Shirkon struck a pose. The acting animals arrived courtesy of Amazing Animal Productions, and sprawled on the lawn area of the campus while students took photographs and sketched. The college has brought in exotic live animals for the past five years, including a horse, lion, leopard and chimpanzees, for all their students to draw and observe.
NEWS
May 23, 2003
Suzie Harrison Mention music in the park in Laguna Beach, and memories of community, friends and family are conjured -- neighbors gathered on blankets picnicking and listening to an array of live music. Concertgoers dance, socialize and keep their Sunday's saved for this popular tradition. This season marks its 20th year. This season's Music in the Park Concert series commenced with a teaser concert at the Festival of Arts Grounds. On May 18, Laguna's Roxana Ward on vocals merged with the Laguna Beach Community Concert Band, performing a show featuring big band and swing era music with about 150 locals in attendance.
NEWS
August 22, 2003
EYE ON ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT This weekend is another endurance weekend for art and entertainment happenings in Laguna -- if it were a sport, I think it could be compared to the Ironman triathlon except it doesn't require any training or grueling bike sprints. Those can be done on the side at your leisure. However, the facts are simple that you'll feel a bit regretful if you don't go to the Festival of Arts on Saturday and enjoy Asian Arts Day then spend Saturday night at the Diane DeBilzan gallery, she will be hosting an artist reception for William DeBilzan, Louis Longi and John Geldersman, celebrating their new work.
NEWS
August 22, 2003
Send DATEBOOK items to the Laguna Beach Coastline- Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to 494-8979; call 494-4321 or e-mail coastlinepilot@ latimes.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. A complete listing may be found at www.latimes.com/news/ local/coastline. TODAY COLLEEN ROSS EXHIBIT Artist Colleen Ross' newest exhibit can be viewed through Aug. 22. The show will encompass a complete selection of her work, including her new "Dream Sketches" collection, available in both paintings and print.
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