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Sally Ann Kennedy

Sally Ann Kennedy

Sally Ann (Rusestine) Kennedy, 71, succumbed to lung cancer on Oct. 10, 2013. Kennedy resided in Santa Ana since 1993. She was born on Aug. 15, 1942, in Ferndale, Mich., the city in which she grew up. Sally graduated from Ferndale High School in 1960 and was her class homecoming queen. She moved to Southern […]

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Pet Peeves: Birthday Suit

Pet Peeves: Birthday Suit

Mark D. Crantz 2100 Ocean Way Laguna Beach, CA  92651 847.570.9411 I have a secret that I can’t live with.  I’m a senior citizen and I do nude male modeling.  I never intended to tell anybody, but you know the cat is out of the bag. I need to get in front of the publicity […]

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Setting Course for a Hawaii Show

Setting Course for a Hawaii Show

The award-winning high school wind ensemble and jazz orchestra are setting their sights on the deck of the USS Missouri in Honolulu’s Pearl Harbor Museum and are holding a fundraiser Dec. 2, hoping for community support. Band parents will host an adult-only $30 cocktail party and auction at the Photographie @ Cress Studios, 1294 D […]

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Unusual Dining Venue Among the Stacks

Unusual Dining Venue Among the Stacks

On Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.m., the Friends of the Laguna Beach Library will hold its annual dinner in the refurnished Laguna Beach Library, 363 Glenneyre St. Dan Duling, long time narrative writer for the “Pageant of the Masters” will be the guest speaker. Duling is also a screenwriter, an actor, and a director. There will be […]

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Obituaries

Obituaries

Robert Hoyk, Phd. Sept. 17, 1952- Feb. 24, 2012   Robert Magnuson Hoyk, 59, died at home in Laguna Beach on March 12 after a seven-year struggle with ALS. Dr. Hoyk was a clinical psychologist who received his doctorate at the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego.  In private clinical practice in Dana Point, […]

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Robert Hoyk, Phd.

Robert Hoyk, Phd.

Robert Magnuson Hoyk, 59, died at home in Laguna Beach on March 12 after a seven-year struggle with ALS. Dr. Hoyk was a clinical psychologist who received his doctorate at the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego.  In private clinical practice in Dana Point, Hoyk also conducted research for several institutions; taught communication skills […]

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Eva Bloom Weitzman Schweitzer

Eva Bloom Weitzman Schweitzer

May 12, 1919-April 21, 2011 Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Eva Schweitzer spent most of her life in Los Angeles and Laguna Beach. She was beautiful, gracious and accepting of all.  She enjoyed books, Scrabble, music, her strong Jewish heritage and especially her family. Predeceased by her beloved husbands Hyman Weitzman and Sam Schweitzer, she is […]

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Carrying on Her Mission in Nepal Despite Setbacks at Home

Carrying on Her Mission in Nepal Despite Setbacks at Home

By Robin Pierson, Special to the Independent Rosalind Russell may be homeless and facing financial ruin here, but in Nepal she’s a heroine. Over two years ago, “the goat lady,” lost her home by fire and is in litigation with her insurance company over rebuilding it. Her personal funds are diminished and she’s living in […]

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A Flood of Relief Requests

A Flood of Relief Requests

Compiled by Indy staff Laguna Beach flood victims who are trying to “dig out” mud from inside their houses and off their properties are in need of heavy equipment, said a council member, who sent out an urgent message earlier this week. “I’m afraid shovels are not working,” said Elizabeth Pearson, who urged friends and […]

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Clinic Adds Up a New Year Wish List

Clinic Adds Up a New Year Wish List

Even as clientele turn to the Laguna Beach Community Clinic for help with acute and chronic health needs, clinic fundraisers hopes that others in the community might consider a clinic gift to fund vital services. $25 purchases 500 exam room gloves; $50 will provide 5,000 alcohol wipes to assure cleanliness; $100 will provide one Rhogam […]