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Father of Nicole Brown Simpson Dies

Father of Nicole Brown Simpson Dies

We are saddened by the death of our beloved husband and father, Louis Hezekiah Brown Jr. Brown, born in Havana, Kan., on Aug. 10, 1923, died July 3, 2014 with his family by his side. He is survived by his wife, Juditha; daughters Wendy, Denise, Dominique and Tanya; sons Rolf and Tracy; and grandchildren and […]

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Musings on the Coast

Musings on the Coast

The Coming Revolution In Education Lately, it has become fashionable to bash the value of a college education.   This is because recent graduates cannot get jobs.  There aren’t many jobs and the unemployment rate for newly minted graduates in the U.S. is about 20%.   We are lucky.   In Greece, it is 60%, Spain 55%, France […]

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Devoting Time For Foreign Interests

Devoting Time For Foreign Interests

The cultural exchange rate is up in Laguna Beach thanks to two teens inquisitive about foreign lands. Christian Delgado spent two weeks this summer in Guatemala as part of the Junior Peace Corps. Meanwhile, Matthias Freund, of Germany, has just arrived in Laguna for a yearlong stay as a foreign exchange student. Christian, 18, says […]

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Musings on the Coast

Musings on the Coast

Midnight Encounter   It was a strangely Laguna night last Friday, but it began in Newport. There was a political fund-raiser for Suhkee Kang, who is running for Congress in a district that includes Laguna Beach. Suhkee, currently the moderate mayor of Irvine, is running against incumbent John Campbell, who’s claim-to-fame is that government should […]

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Getting Out

Getting Out

Passionate Plucking in Documentary Finale   The Laguna Beach Film Society’s final 2011 documentary, “The Mighty Uke,” is scheduled for Friday, April 8, at 7 p.m. at the Forum Theater on the Festival of Arts grounds. There will also be special guest performances by famed ukulele players.   See why this pint-sized instrument associated with […]