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In Defense of Blue and White Buses

In Defense of Blue and White Buses

Editor, I’d like to throw in my two cents regarding the recent debate on the worthiness of the blue and white shuttles. My wife and I frequently take the last shuttle down from our house on Friday or Saturday evenings, and take a cab back up the hill. We spend hundreds of dollars at local […]

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Consulting the Obvious

Consulting the Obvious

Editor, Did I read correctly that the Council voted to authorize $50,000 for another study of the broken Blue and White City bus system? (“Debating Ways to Keep the Buses Rolling,” April 12 edition) And this is because the Council needs a “real expert” to tell them that the buses are empty most of the time […]

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Film Curator Shown the Exit

Film Curator Shown the Exit

Veteran surf filmmaker Jack McCoy’s “A Deeper Shade of Blue” screened at 400 theaters around the country this past Thursday, a one-night performance but a major splash for an indie movie. The film recounting surf culture’s evolution was buoyed in part by local film consultant Sharon Keiko Mori Beatie, who played a behind-the-scenes role promoting […]

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Checking In

Checking In

Keeping it Blue   Is it just my imagination, or are there measurably more fish in our Laguna waters than a few years ago? While there are those who would argue that the marine protected status was unnecessary, I can attest that the simple view from my SUP board is of increased bounty. Not only herds […]

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Pet Peeves-Belts

Pet Peeves-Belts

  Laguna.  Another perfect day in Paradise, but then there are the Belts.  Oh, no! Before I retired I never gave much thought about belts. They held up my pants just fine without any direction from me.  I just buckled up in the morning and was good to go. Of course, I had a white-collar […]

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The Write Stuff

The Write Stuff

Cyclist Peddles a New Book  Three-time Ironman finisher Amy Snyder’s journey on an annual cross-country bicycling race is the subject of a book that she will be signing June 4 at Latitude 33 Bookstore, 311 Ocean Ave, from 1-3 p.m.  In “Hell on Two Wheels: An Astonishing Story of Suffering, Triumph, and the Most Extreme […]