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By Dave Schaar | February 17, 2010
Former Laguna Beach long time resident, Dave Schaar (Diamond Crestiview resident and local realtor) is an investor in "The 39 Steps"...the hysterical remake of Alfred Hitchcock's spy thriller.  The play won two tony awards and was the longest running non musical on Broadway in the past 8 years.  Its like Carol Burnett does Hitchcock......a complete spoof full of slapstick and an amazing cast of four who on stage become a cast of over 150 personalities.  The road production comes to Los Angeles at the Ahmanson Theater beginning in late April 2010 and its running for three weeks.
NEWS
By Catharine Cooper | February 22, 2008
To be touched by a whale is to be changed for life. It?s an experience that entered my psyche, bounced around my emotional pool and exited through my intellect. Soft whale skin pressed against my cheek. A throat lifted toward me ? ?please scratch me.? Mother whales lifted babies toward the boat. This gift, this play, this sharing. Can it not be considered an act of love? How is it possible that these extraordinary leviathans trust us at all? Hunted to near extinction ?
NEWS
April 2, 2004
Recently, one of our letter writers suggested Laguna hire a full-time Marine Safety and Education Officer. We like the idea of a full-time tide pool monitor with the authority to enforce the $1,000 fine for taking sea creatures. Of course, considering city leaders can't even afford to hire enough lifeguards for their liking, a marine safety officer is a long shot. In the meantime, we have our docents -- thank you very much -- and we have our vigilant beachgoers.
NEWS
August 25, 2006
Teri Hatcher is scheduled to host the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters' eighth annual benefit gala on Saturday for the second consecutive year. Officials hope to raise more than $250,000 during the sold-out event for the Festival of Arts Building Fund for improvements and renovations of the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters facility. Hatcher stars on the TV series "Desperate Housewives," and won a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for her role as Susan Mayer.
NEWS
August 5, 2010
The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach recently launched a new community service project called "Stuffed Backpacks," intended to help kids in Laguna Beach with the cost of school supplies. Volunteer Rotarians fill kindergarten, elementary school and high school backpacks with an assortment of age appropriate school supplies including pencils, pens, binders, paper, rulers, calculators and the like. In an effort to cover the costs and increase the quantity of backpacks donated to local students, the Rotary is offering this service project to other Orange County Rotary clubs for kids in their areas.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 2014
The Laguna Bluebelt Coalition, which is dedicated to preserving the health of marine habitats, has announced the winners of its third annual photo contest. The contest focuses attention on Laguna's marine protected areas to gain public support for their protection. "We saw many more entries to the contest this year, which totaled almost 70 photographs," said Patsee Ober, who served as a judge along with Mark Chamberlain and Mitch Ridder. "It was great to have photos representing the diversity of the marine life in our Bluebelt from the largest animal on Earth, the blue whale, to a small sea slug in the tidepools.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 16, 2010
Women Painting Women features college artists Five faculty and alumni from Laguna College of Art & Design were recently featured in the Women Painting Women group invitational at Robert Lange Studios in Charleston, S.C. The show, which featured one of the largest collections of female painters on record, brought together more than 50 female painters from around the globe, including LCAD faculty Sharon Allicotti, and alumni Alia El-Bermani,...
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
July 5, 2002
Dennis Piszkiewicz My kids told me that they wanted to see "Hey Arnold! The Movie," and since it didn't star either Britney Spears or Adam Sandler, I figured that it couldn't be all bad. If you have cable TV and kids, you probably already know that Nickelodeon's animated series "Hey Arnold!" has been around the little screen for a couple of years, and kids think it is a lot of fun. Arnold and his pals are a bunch of preteens who live in an inner-city neighborhood populated by eccentrics of all ages, and they have to cope with both growing up and navigating a city where everything but the vacant lots are paved and, if they want to go anywhere, they take the bus. In "Hey Arnold!
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By Dave Schaar | February 17, 2010
Former Laguna Beach long time resident, Dave Schaar (Diamond Crestiview resident and local realtor) is an investor in "The 39 Steps"...the hysterical remake of Alfred Hitchcock's spy thriller.  The play won two tony awards and was the longest running non musical on Broadway in the past 8 years.  Its like Carol Burnett does Hitchcock......a complete spoof full of slapstick and an amazing cast of four who on stage become a cast of over 150 personalities.  The road production comes to Los Angeles at the Ahmanson Theater beginning in late April 2010 and its running for three weeks.
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By Catharine Cooper | February 22, 2008
To be touched by a whale is to be changed for life. It?s an experience that entered my psyche, bounced around my emotional pool and exited through my intellect. Soft whale skin pressed against my cheek. A throat lifted toward me ? ?please scratch me.? Mother whales lifted babies toward the boat. This gift, this play, this sharing. Can it not be considered an act of love? How is it possible that these extraordinary leviathans trust us at all? Hunted to near extinction ?
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