Don’t drive a Tesla . . . unless you’re prepared to be utterly smitten by its features and performance and sticker-shocked at the $100,000 plus price tag. I drove the Model S recently and experienced both shock and awe. As a proud, Volvo-driving, tree-hugger living on the retirement income of a community college professor, […]
Tag: "Middle East"
Syria And Stocks The prospects of military action brought on by events in Syria sobered the stock market. Beyond the human costs inherent in any military action, troubles in the Middle East usually bring higher energy prices. Similar events in the past seem to have conditioned investors, whose reactions this time were not as overdone […]
Assistance League Professionals collected books, toiletries and candy to send to deployed U.S. troops, ultimately filling 28 boxes. The project was led by Donna Magwood and Eleanor Tiner.
Laguna Beach native Kevin Staight, who graduated from high school in 2000 with a less than stellar 2.9 GPA, a lack of direction and no college prospects, offers some hard-earned advice to this year’s graduating seniors. “It’s not a race,” he said, urging students to remain optimistic and seize every opportunity. His own journey from […]
Laguna Beach High School graduate Emily Katharine Kiraly, currently a senior majoring in Middle East studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2010 semester. Kiraly is the daughter of Sherwood and Patti Jo Kiraly of Laguna Beach. Christine M. Daichendt, a mathematics major at Azusa […]
Climb Every Mountain As a mountain path gains height, it usually gets narrower. Two years ago on March 6, 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial Average bottomed out at 6,443. Two weeks ago, revolutions in the Middle East prompted panicked selling but the Dow held above 12,000 and needs only a few hundred more points for […]