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By Cherril Doty | January 2, 2009
The late afternoon sun cast its many-colored lights and shadows up the canyon. Wrens and finches chattered as they gathered their last seeds of the day. A jay screeched and the small birds scattered. The warmth of the light seemed to counter the cool brisk afternoon air as I walked out onto the deck. For a brief moment the play of light through the trees recalled the cheery colors of the holiday just past. I was stalled in reverie. The cold does this to me. But it was time to go; time for a walk around the hill to get the juices flowing.
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By Brittany Woolsey | November 8, 2012
Audiences who attend performances by Iryna Krechkovsky and Kevin Kwan Loucks not only get to witness a musical partnership, but a partnership in life. Krechkovsky, a violinist, and Loucks, a pianist, are married, which they say works to their advantage when playing music together. "For a lot of our friends that are couples, criticism in music becomes personal criticism," Krechkovsky said. "I think that's why a lot of the times it doesn't work out. But we met working together, so we have a lot of respect for each other as musicians and people.
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November 19, 2004
Glori Fickling An interesting happening occurred last week en route to seeking column information for The Coastline Pilot. A stately lineup of tall seats on the sidewalk above Brussels Bistro beckoned me downstairs into the restaurant where I quickly discovered several fascinating changes. Realizing the Bistro was on the brink of a first anniversary I decided to congratulate owner Alain Gerard whom I met at the opening one year ago. However, rather than the Alain who launched the place in early December 2003, I found his partner, Alain Pauwels, has replaced Gerard who returned to their shared Brussels hometown restaurant.
NEWS
October 8, 2004
School board needs to help mend fence We have lived in our home across the street from Laguna Beach High School for 25 years. My husband, Stephen, has spent 25 years umpiring for the city, coaching or playing baseball on the school field. We love kids and we love sports. Like you, we want to see our kids playing on the Laguna Beach High School field as soon as possible. We are excited for baseball season to start on the field. Like you, we want a first-class baseball field that is among the finest in Orange County.
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By Cherril Doty | January 2, 2009
The late afternoon sun cast its many-colored lights and shadows up the canyon. Wrens and finches chattered as they gathered their last seeds of the day. A jay screeched and the small birds scattered. The warmth of the light seemed to counter the cool brisk afternoon air as I walked out onto the deck. For a brief moment the play of light through the trees recalled the cheery colors of the holiday just past. I was stalled in reverie. The cold does this to me. But it was time to go; time for a walk around the hill to get the juices flowing.
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