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NEWS
April 29, 2004
Jay Fraley moved to Los Angeles 20 years ago and has been working professionally as a photographer during the past 14 years. Ten years ago he moved to Laguna Beach where he currently resides. Since then, Fraley has been recognized for his talent by the APA and has had several fine art exhibitions in both Los Angeles and Laguna Beach and he has just completed working on a 10-year documentary about Halloween costumes. Fraley received his BFA from Texas Christian University and his MFA from California Institute of the Arts.
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NEWS
By: Barbara Diamond | September 23, 2005
Laguna Beach was the LSD capital of the world starting in mid-1960s and was still home to droppers, dopers and dealers until 1981, according to an unpublished book, "The Jesus Dealers," written by Ted Taylor in collaboration with former Police Chief Neal Purcell. In its heyday, the Brotherhood of Eternal Love, founded by Timothy Francis Leary, was allegedly selling dope in Laguna at health food stores, juice bars, psychedelic shops, record stores, surf shops and even a used car lot. Woodland Drive was considered their base, known to local law enforcement as "Dodge City."
NEWS
By: | October 14, 2005
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to (949) 494-8979; call (949) 494-4321 or e-mail o7coastlinepilot@latimes.com. f7Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY FINANCIAL PLANNING "It's Your Money" workshop series. 10 to 11:30 a.m. Fridays through Nov. 4 at the Assistance League Center, 547 Catalina St. For reservations, call the Laguna Canyon Foundation, (949) 497-8324.
NEWS
By: | October 14, 2005
Commission selects holiday palette designs The arts commission on Monday selected six winning designs from 31 entries for its 2005 holiday palette competition. The winning artists are Cheryl Michelon, Suzanne Redfearn, James Nelson, Sherry Ford, Jim Stanaland and Charleine Guy. "We have a fabulous group to select from this year," arts commission chair Mike Tauber said. "It looks like we have a diverse selection and a lot of well-known artists too."
NEWS
By: | September 9, 2005
Please keep Laguna Beach clean What has happened to the cleanliness of our beloved town? I am so saddened to see all the trash on the beaches and sidewalks, in the bushes, on the roads and lying around here and there. Is that what I have to look at every day? Please understand the importance of keeping our waters and our land free of the trash and pollutants. Think of how it is hurting the animals of the ocean, the birds, the land animals and us. Can we please teach our children by example.
NEWS
By: Barbara Diamond | September 30, 2005
Tuesday's special election to fill the 48th Congressional District seat will be an open primary -- any registered voter can vote for any one of the 17 candidates on the ballot, regardless of party affiliation. If one candidate gets more than 50 percent of the votes, he or she will be declared the winner. If no candidate gets the required majority, the top vote-getters in each party will qualify for a run-off on Dec. 6. Ten Republicans, four Democrats and one candidate each from the Libertarian, Green and American Independent parties are vying for the Congressional seat left vacant when Christopher Cox became the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
NEWS
By: | September 23, 2005
Blue Water has done nothing underhanded While we were disappointed that the Blue Water Music Festival did not generate a profit and therefore did not make any money for Surfrider or any other environmental group, this was not entirely unexpected, given the lack of experience of the concert organizers, the fact that they only started planning about 60 days before the event, and the fact that it was a first-time event....
LOCAL
August 13, 2008
EDITOR’S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty.   Monica L. Hirschman, 50, Huntington Beach Megan S. Richardson, 18, Huntington Beach Charles S. Davis, 41, Tustin Ryan M. Reese, 23, Chino Corey R. Morapetty, 21, Huntington Beach Kara M. Lomom, 30, Huntington Beach John W. McConville, 58, Westminster April Sohl, 23, Huntington Beach Tyler L. Farrar, 29, Huntington Beach Isaias M. Pereira, 22, Huntington Beach Robin E. Simpson, 28, Huntington Beach Vanessa N. Turbay, 28, Huntington Beach Timothy S. Farnell, 43, Huntington Beach Alex A. Montevosian, 21, Trabuco Canyon Leonard J. Sita, 55, Laguna Beach Michael P. Cowman, 20, England Myung K. Lee, 66, Huntington Beach Alex T. Sanders, 19, Huntington Beach Jamie K. Baur, 25, Huntington Beach Christopher M. Ryan, 50, Huntington Beach Phong H. Nguyen, 37, Garden Grove Phillip S. McCarty, 29, Huntington Beach Serrita N. Howard, 25, Westminster Roberta J. Johnston, 27, Huntington Beach Brian Hurtado, 22, Anaheim Michael I. Gold, 54, Newport Beach Jose L. Garcia, 39, Huntington Beach Jose Soto, 28, Westminster
NEWS
June 3, 2004
These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. Shawn E. Allsberry, 29, Big Bear Christian Cruz, 28, Norwalk Robert R. Price, 51, Laguna Beach Stephen G. Greyshock, 53, San Clemente Kim Owen, 38, Huntington Beach Robert G. Visschers, 62, Fountain Valley Kent E. Bridgeford, 46, Huntington Beach Raymond A. Jankowiak, 32, Huntington Beach Dale T. Rincon, 51, Newport Beach Andrew K. Khan, 29, Huntington Beach Evelyn Valentine, 44, Anaheim Carol L. Goodwin, 37, Anaheim Amador T. Ramirez, 21, Huntington Beach Alfred D. Vandermade, 28, Huntington Beach Joakim Ekberg, 28, North Hollywood Candelo R. Sosa, 43, Huntington Beach Joe Aguilar, 24, Anaheim Jeffree B. Purcell, 28, Huntington Beach Todd C. Weaver, 40, Ohio Joseph M. Villines, 40, Huntington Beach Tristan B. Grijalva, 19, La Verne Jason S. Vogel, 30, Long Beach Ian J. Dooley, 23, Huntington Beach Jonathan M. Campos, 29, Orange Michael D. Mahorney, 27, Cerritos Jesus E. Diaz-Montanes, 23, Santa Ana Randy P. Simon, 24, San Bernardino Patricia R. Anderson, 57, Huntington Beach
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