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La Casa Del Camino, Laguna’s First ‘Modern Hostelry’

By Anders Lasater, Special to the Independent Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008, marked the 79th anniversary of the grand opening of the La Casa del Camino. While the current hotel’s owners tout its “exquisite old-world charm,” in 1929 the establishment was heralded as “Laguna’s first...

A Spanish Serenade Enlivened the Festival of Arts’ Earliest Pageant

By Andrea Adelson Two years ago, Pat Forster was served up an unknown chapter of his storied family history while having lunch at Molly’s Café in San Juan Capistrano. Among the other customers to walk in that day were Harley Wick Lobo, a former Thurston Middle School math and...

Tales of the Watermen: Sun and Surf Take a Toll on Guards and Towers Alike Part 2

By Dale Ghere, Special to the Independent The first metal towers  Around 1958, Chief Lifeguard Art Fizette decided lifeguards needed to be up off the beach for improved observation since annual beach attendance kept increasing, remembers Craig Lockwood, who also guarded in t...


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La Casa Del Camino, Laguna’s First ‘Modern Hostelry’

By Anders Lasater, Special to the Independent Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008, marked the 79th anniversary of the grand opening of the La Casa del Camino. While the current hotel’s owners tout its “exquisite old-world charm,” in 1929 the establishment...

A Spanish Serenade Enlivened the Festival of Arts’ Earliest Pageant

By Andrea Adelson Two years ago, Pat Forster was served up an unknown chapter of his storied family history while having lunch at Molly’s Café in San Juan Capistrano. Among the other customers to walk in that day were Harley Wick Lobo, a former...

Tales of the Watermen: Sun and Surf Take a Toll on Guards and Towers Alike Part 2

By Dale Ghere, Special to the Independent The first metal towers  Around 1958, Chief Lifeguard Art Fizette decided lifeguards needed to be up off the beach for improved observation since annual beach attendance kept increasing, remembers Craig...


La Casa Del Camino, Laguna’s First ‘Modern Hostelry’

By Anders Lasater, Special to the Independent Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008, marked the 79th anniversary of the grand opening of the La Casa del Camino. While the current hotel’s owners tout its “exquisite old-world charm,” in 1929 the establishment...

A Spanish Serenade Enlivened the Festival of Arts’ Earliest Pageant

By Andrea Adelson Two years ago, Pat Forster was served up an unknown chapter of his storied family history while having lunch at Molly’s Café in San Juan Capistrano. Among the other customers to walk in that day were Harley Wick Lobo, a former...

Tales of the Watermen: Sun and Surf Take a Toll on Guards and Towers Alike Part 2

By Dale Ghere, Special to the Independent The first metal towers  Around 1958, Chief Lifeguard Art Fizette decided lifeguards needed to be up off the beach for improved observation since annual beach attendance kept increasing, remembers Craig...

La Casa Del Camino, Laguna’s First ‘Modern Hostelry’

By Anders Lasater, Special to the Independent Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008, marked the 79th anniversary of the grand opening of the La Casa del Camino. While the current hotel’s owners tout its “exquisite old-world charm,” in 1929 the establishment was heralded as “Laguna’s first modern hostelry,”...

A Spanish Serenade Enlivened the Festival of Arts’ Earliest Pageant

By Andrea Adelson Two years ago, Pat Forster was served up an unknown chapter of his storied family history while having lunch at Molly’s Café in San Juan Capistrano. Among the other customers to walk in that day were Harley Wick Lobo, a former Thurston Middle School math and science teacher,...

Tales of the Watermen: Sun and Surf Take a Toll on Guards and Towers Alike Part 2

By Dale Ghere, Special to the Independent The first metal towers  Around 1958, Chief Lifeguard Art Fizette decided lifeguards needed to be up off the beach for improved observation since annual beach attendance kept increasing, remembers Craig Lockwood, who also guarded in the ‘50s. Fizette’s...

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La Casa Del Camino, Laguna’s First ‘Modern Hostelry’

By Anders Lasater, Special to the Independent Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008, marked the 79th anniversary of the grand opening of the La Casa del Camino. While the current hotel’s owners tout i...

A Spanish Serenade Enlivened the Festival of Arts’ Earliest Pageant

By Andrea Adelson Two years ago, Pat Forster was served up an unknown chapter of his storied family history while having lunch at Molly’s Café in San Juan Capistrano. Among the other customers to...

Tales of the Watermen: Sun and Surf Take a Toll on Guards and Towers Alike Part 2

By Dale Ghere, Special to the Independent The first metal towers  Around 1958, Chief Lifeguard Art Fizette decided lifeguards needed to be up off the beach for improved observation since annual...

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