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Laguna Niguel (Orange, California)

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  • Welcome, neighbor

    Welcome, neighbor
    NEWPORT COAST — Kelly Perkins might be new to Laguna Beach, but she could look familiar to anyone who has turned on the television or flipped open a newspaper in the last decade. She gained international recognition in the mid-1990s as the first...
  • Pelican Hill names new resident manager

    Pelican Hill Resort announced last week the hiring of a new resident manager to oversee the 504-acre property's operations team. Donald Stamets, former hotel manager for the Ritz-Carlton's Palm Beach and South Beach locations in Florida, will lead...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Van Alphen wins tennis event Six months ago, Sydney Van Alphen finished runner-up at the Laguna Niguel Girls' 14s Open Tennis Tournament. Sunday, she came away with the title. Van Alphen, 11, won the Laguna Niguel Junior Open Tennis Thanksgiving...
  • Fluent in French, Marché Moderne racks up the stars

    Fluent in French, Marché Moderne racks up the stars
    The charcuterie on the wooden board in the center of the table is arranged as precisely as a Cezanne still-life. Fine slices of pink prosciutto are dropped like handkerchiefs. It's the excellent artisanal prosciutto Americano made from acorn-eating pigs...
  • Laguna Niguel couple's yard is used as testing ground

    Laguna Niguel couple's yard is used as testing ground
    When they're at work, landscape designers Annemarie and Matthew Hall are the experts, dispensing advice on how to save water, choose appropriate plants and maximize every square inch. But when they're at home in Laguna Niguel, the Halls are pretty much...
  • Frank Ramirez dies at 88; owner of Panchito's Restaurant in San Gabriel

    Frank Ramirez dies at 88; owner of Panchito's Restaurant in San Gabriel
    Frank Ramirez, known to generations of customers as Mr. Panchito in honor of the Mexican restaurant he owned for more than 35 years in San Gabriel, has died. He was 88. Ramirez died Dec. 18 at a San Gabriel hospital a week after having a heart attack,...
  • PASSINGS: Marva Wright, Margaret Moth, Jack Hirshberg

    PASSINGS: Marva Wright, Margaret Moth, Jack Hirshberg
    Marva Wright Louisiana blues singer Marva Wright, 62, who sang traditional jazz and gospel but was better known for sultry, sometimes bawdy blues songs, died Tuesday in New Orleans of complications from two strokes she suffered last year, said Adam...
  • 'Pregorexia' Starts Firestorm

    'Pregorexia' Starts Firestorm
    In the 1987 family photo, Maggie Baumann's red shirt is tucked tightly over a flat stomach. She smiles next to her husband and their 1-year-old sitting in a high chair. She's six months pregnant and starving herself, she writes on the popular blog,...
  • Resorts embrace local crafts and ingredients

    Resorts embrace local crafts and ingredients
    For many of California's upscale hotels and restaurants, green is the new black. Prompted by trendy, taste-making guests, California's chicest resorts, spas and eateries are integrating local ingredients into their décor, amenities and menus. And high...
  • Going home to grow up: 'The Grocer's Son'

    Going home to grow up: 'The Grocer's Son'
    Eric Guirado's beguiling "The Grocer's Son" is deceptively simple. Antoine (Nicolas Cazalé), a 30-year-old Paris waiter, suddenly finds himself back home in the village in Provence he fled a decade earlier. His gruff, demeaning father (Daniel Duval) has...
  • Zyliss Lock-n-Lift can opener

    Can openers, along with toasters and bicycle pumps, are perhaps some of the finest achievements of the mechanical age. Armed with a trusty opener, you can transform a pantry filled with canned goods into an endless array of dinners. Without one, you're...