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July 12, 2002
Barbara Diamond A benefit concert will be held July 7 at [seven-degrees] for Laguna Beach classical guitarist Eric Henderson. The Laguna Beach High School graduate was stricken two months ago in San Diego with Necrotizing Fasciitas, commonly known as Flesh Eating Disease. Henderson's mother, Dolly, a Laguna Beach resident, was advised that he would not survive. Despite the dire prognosis, Henderson is recovering. The doctors avoided amputation of his right arm, performing extensive plastic surgery on his arm and right side, grafting tissue taken from his thigh.
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By Ashley Breeding | February 27, 2009
Laguna native Nick Hernandez (a.k.a. Nick-I), who is best known for his lead vocalist role in reggae band Common Sense, has got some heavy issues weighing on his mind and heart, which reach far deeper than his traditional feel-good lyrics about ?lovin? and beach livin?.? ?It?s so awesome to have five [talented] people put something into a song, and I love what we?ve done as a band, but I wanted to expand and play some of my own music that was different,? he said. ?Sometimes no one gets what I?
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October 8, 2004
Steve Kawaratani "Arranging a bowl of flowers in the morning can give a sense of quiet in a crowded day ... " -- Anne Morrow Lindbergh "Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results." -- Willie Nelson The pace has quickened in Laguna, perhaps the longer shadows of autumn have made the days appear more crowded. It is indeed a political season, with placards cluttering gardens and the City Council overturning unanimous Design Review Board decisions.
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By STEVE KAWARATANI | August 18, 2006
"Arranging a bowl of flowers in the morning can give a sense of quiet in a crowded day … " – Anne Morrow Lindbergh "Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results." – Willie Nelson The pace has quickened in Laguna. Perhaps the longer shadows of August have made the days appear more crowded. It is indeed a political season of intrigue, with an incumbent withdrawing, firemen protesting, and property rights often lost in a sea of neighbor concern.
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January 3, 2003
THE GARDEN FANATIC "Each age has deemed the new-born year The fittest time for festal cheer." -- SIR WALTER SCOTT "On the road again ... " -- WILLIE NELSON The days moved so quickly ... the holidays have yielded to a new year. Admittedly a little worn, Catharine and I are defrosting from the demands of the holidays in Baja. Old commitments will be reaffirmed and new challenges invented. Your questions for the Plant Man, for this first month of the year included: Q: What is the most important garden job this month?
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By Candice Baker | October 6, 2006
Federal officials paid a visit to Laguna Beach High School recently, but they weren't there to check on the school's spinach quality. They were more concerned with the ocean's water quality. The school's Surfrider Club has quietly been conducting weekly ocean water-quality testing, and the Environmental Protection Agency has taken notice. After presenting an Environmental Achievement Award to the club this spring, representatives from the agency returned to observe how the students perform their testing.
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By: CATHARINE COOPER | September 16, 2005
o7"Children can easily open the drawer that lets spirit rise up and wear its favorite costume of mirth and laughter." f7 -- Hafiz Elvis has left the room. Or rather, Catharine and Emma-Cherril have left town on a wild and raucous, quiet and contemplative, playful and exploratory road trip. We had endured a couple of challenging years, and once the idea was hatched, the only impediment was the completion of the Sawdust Festival. Like a good Willie Nelson song, the two of us just couldn't wait to "get on the road again."
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By Barbara Diamond | April 7, 2011
[seven-degrees] rocked April 1 — no fooling. The annual Art Stars Awards included a short set by Lee Rocker , recipient of the Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts' Visionary of the Year award, for his influence on the revival of rockabilly. Rocker's award was one of eight Art Stars Awards presented this year. "Tonight we are honoring exceptional people and programs and awarding one-of-a-kind and much-coveted Louis Longi sculptures," said Lisa Mansour , chairwoman of the event.
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By Ashley Breeding | February 27, 2009
Laguna native Nick Hernandez (a.k.a. Nick-I), who is best known for his lead vocalist role in reggae band Common Sense, has got some heavy issues weighing on his mind and heart, which reach far deeper than his traditional feel-good lyrics about ?lovin? and beach livin?.? ?It?s so awesome to have five [talented] people put something into a song, and I love what we?ve done as a band, but I wanted to expand and play some of my own music that was different,? he said. ?Sometimes no one gets what I?
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July 12, 2002
Barbara Diamond A benefit concert will be held July 7 at [seven-degrees] for Laguna Beach classical guitarist Eric Henderson. The Laguna Beach High School graduate was stricken two months ago in San Diego with Necrotizing Fasciitas, commonly known as Flesh Eating Disease. Henderson's mother, Dolly, a Laguna Beach resident, was advised that he would not survive. Despite the dire prognosis, Henderson is recovering. The doctors avoided amputation of his right arm, performing extensive plastic surgery on his arm and right side, grafting tissue taken from his thigh.
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