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John Kelly

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  • Surfing Soapbox: The truth about the 'islands of trash'

    Coming on this journey was equal in two parts. The first being the desire to learn and continue to give back to our environment; the second was that of a personal journey, as in having an opportunity of true reflection in understanding of how my life...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Enduring tough times at sea

    I hit the wall Tuesday, hard, after being on watch Monday morning from 6 a.m. to noon and again from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. I awoke feeling groggy, tired and grumpy. The fast-paced drizzle, gray and cold skies didn't help matters much. It only feeds into...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Reflections from the center of the Atlantic

    It seems nothing more than a dream now that I am back in the comfort of home. At times it wasn't a dream but a nightmare. I suspect I learned more in those six weeks away from home than in the last six years, being confined to a sailboat with 13 people...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Another long winter storm hits us

    The pineapple express is certainly in full effect with relentless rain now going onto the fifth day. It's been at least five years since the last winter like this that I remember and we all know how that year ended up — with the devastating...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Face problems instead of instituting bans

    Is there no responsibility left in the world? Or is it just in the bubble world we call Laguna Beach, where instead of teaching the next generations how to do something safely, our City Council just simply bans it? At what point is enough enough, when...
  • FloriDUH: Meet The Rev. John Kelly, Holy Communion commando

  • Surfing Soapbox: Personal sacrifice on the way to the gyre

    There's no better feeling than the anticipation you get the night before a big trip. My last trip I could not even fathom what life at sea for a month would be like. To say I went into that trip blind would be a gross understatement. But since the...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Sea's beauty inspires action

    After a day like today there's nothing much else to write about it. It's so amazing how beautiful a day it can be in Laguna Beach in late January. While in other parts of the world snowflakes are falling and streets are flooding, we have been blessed...
  • Pension probe: The good, the bad and the connected

     
    Three brief points on the expanding pension probe: 1. Steve Rattner, head of the Quadrangle private investment firm, is first and foremost identified in news reports as Obama's chief advisor on the auto industry, which he is. But the......
  • Camp Pendleton general slated for promotion and new command

     
    Marine Maj. Gen. John Kelly, who spent a year as the top Marine in Iraq, has been nominated by President Obama for promotion to lieutenant general and given command of Marine reserve forces. Kelly is currently at Camp Pendleton as......
  • Sundance Institute's annual theater lab going downhill -- elevationally speaking

     
    Talk about coming down in the world. The Sundance Theatre Lab, long ensconced 6,200 feet above sea level at Robert Redford’s Sundance Resort in the Rocky Mountains, will descend in March to the Berkshire Mountains community of North Adams, Mass.......