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  • Winter Park Playhouse presents '8 Track: The Sounds of the 70's'

     Winter Park Playhouse presents '8 Track: The Sounds of the 70's'
    Winter Park Playhouse will be getting down with the sounds of the BeeGees and K.C. & the Sunshine Band when it opens "8 Track: The Sounds of the 70's" on Friday, June 21. Joining the cast for a rehearsal, I can't help but wonder: "Were any of you even...
  • Review: "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls" by Anton DiSclafani

    Review: "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls" by Anton DiSclafani
    In conceiving her first, impressive yet flawed novel, 30-year-old Anton DiSclafani seems to have followed the standard advice offered to newbie authors to "Write what you know." DiSclafani's protagonist, 15-year-old Thea Atwell, is a teenage...
  • Scrumptious sandwiches at Woody's Hitching Post

    Scrumptious sandwiches at Woody's Hitching Post
    The sandwich's simple format offers unlimited options for culinary creativity. At Woody's Hitching Post — deep in Monkton's pastoral horse country — chef-owner David "Woody" Woodruff is busy exploring those options — to the great...
  • Arts and culture was fastest-growing philanthropic cause in 2012

    Arts and culture was fastest-growing philanthropic cause in 2012
    In terms of donations, arts and culture was Americans’ fastest-growing charitable cause in 2012, rising an estimated 7.8% to $14.44 billion, according to a leading annual research report on charitable giving. Donations to education rose second-...
  • Rides, monster trucks, animals highlight Mason-Dixon Fair beginning July 7

    The 15th annual Mason-Dixon Fair, which opens Sunday and runs through Saturday, July 13, is more than midway rides, monster trucks, farm animals, music and lots and lots of food, its organizers say. "The fair is a big part of this community," Jeff...
  • Burbank Animal Shelter to provide free collars, ID tags

    Burbank Animal Shelter to provide free collars, ID tags
    Dogs and cats lucky enough to get adopted out of the Burbank Animal Shelter will not only get a new home, but their own collars and identification tags. The new duds will come after the shelter uses a $6,500 grant from the American Society for the...
  • Review: 'We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves' by Karen Joy Fowler

    Review: 'We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves' by Karen Joy Fowler
    The '70s were a tough time to be a chimpanzee in America. Sure, some co-starred with Clint Eastwood in movies and on TV in the inexplicable "B.J. and the Bear," but the relationship between humans and other primates was not a kind one in the scientific...
  • The 'Dog Day' Of Summer: Pet Owners Share Office Space With Their Pooches

    The 'Dog Day' Of Summer: Pet Owners Share Office Space With Their Pooches
    FARMINGTON — Because Cherry Kurlick brought two dogs to work Friday, she handed a coworker the leash of Danny, a Sheltie, as she trotted in a circle on the back lawn with Wilson, her granddog. "Cherry, I think you should trade, you look more...
  • Los Angeles' outdoor film screenings kick into summer gear

    Los Angeles' outdoor film screenings kick into summer gear
    Though new blockbusters may grab all the headlines, summer movies reach new heights in the great outdoors. Why not enjoy the night sky, some fine food and tunes before relaxing with friends at the many outdoor cinema locations that have burst onto the L....
  • Norsing around: LCF residents celebrate Scandinavian heritage

    Norsing around: LCF residents celebrate Scandinavian heritage
    The Vikings may have raided Europe, Russia and the shores of North America centuries before Columbus took his first step on dry land, but it wasn't until Saturday their exploits brought them to La Caņada. The local Edvard Grieg Lodge 6-074 of the Sons...
  • Mailbag: Laguna aesthetics depends on trees

    I am very concerned about the language of the proposed View Restoration and Preservation Ordinance, and fear that the intent is focused exclusively on restoring views and removing trees. I have been a resident of Laguna Beach for almost 40 years, and I'...