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OCC theatre department gives extra credit to promote coastal cleanup

An Orange Coast College theatre instructor gave out extra credit as an incentive for her students to clean up the beaches at the 38th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 17 at any of the designated cleanup spots. Cynthia Corley, a theatre instructor, gave out extra credit for her...
ORANGE, CA
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Reaching out to Hollywood?

Is Garden Grove ready for its close-up? Could the City of Youth and Ambition become a Town of Tinsel and Pre-Nups?. Probably not, but when the city council meets on Tuesday, one of the more intriguing topics is a discussion on the city’s existing filming regulations and a proposal “to explore opportunities for increasing filming opportunities.”
GARDEN GROVE, CA
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Artist in Residence Concert Sept. 24 at 5 p.m

The public is invited to attend a free concert presentation of musical compositions by Dr. Pamela Madsen, “Laguna Beach Suite: from the Canyons to the Sea” performed by the Eric Dries Trio with vocalist Meloney Collins. The concert will be held at the Festival of Arts, 650 Laguna Canyon Road.
LAGUNA BEACH, CA
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Guest Opinion: Creativity comes in many forms at any age

I’ve been thinking about taking a writing or art class, but now that I’m in my seventies, I’m unsure because I know I’m not as sharp as I used to be. Maybe I just don’t want to face that reality. Do you think creativity wanes as you get older?
LAGUNA BEACH, CA

San Clemente's Record Show Has Unique Beginnings

Tom Rule inside Moldy Toes Records in San Clemente, CAAdvenchas. A Record Show is coming to San Clemente. The event is known as the "San Clemente Record (S)hop" says Moldy Toes Record Shop owner Tom Rule. Tom goes on to say that, "the record show has a multi-vendor, flee market, swap meet type of feel with people selling music stuff such as books, CD's VHS, tapes videos but mainly vinyl records."
SAN CLEMENTE, CA
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S.G. Goodman embarks on first headline tour

On the heels of appearances at Bourbon & Beyond and Americanafest, rock and roll truth teller S.G. Goodman continues her buzzy year with her first ever headline tour, which will stop in NYC, DC, Boston, Philadelphia, and Chicago, in addition to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in San Francisco, and Ohana Festival in Dana Point, CA. Goodman is touring in support of her critically acclaimed sophomore album Teeth Marks, which garnered praise from Pitchfork, The New York Times, NPR and many more. Visit sggoodman.net for more information and ticket details for her tour.
DANA POINT, CA
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Beyond the Hive Ep. 1

Ryan Davis (He/Him) is a journalism major from La Habra, Ca. He likes to cook, write, and workout in his free time.
LA HABRA, CA

Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland Seen Grabbing Dinner and Coffee Together After Split

Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland were married for two years after announcing their split last Wednesday Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland may be split, but they're not apart. A week after announcing their separation, the two were seen on Wednesday morning around 9:30 a.m. by photographers after getting coffee at a local business in Los Angeles, walking beside one another with their dog Charlie. It was a caffeine run that came after they appeared to spend the night together at her home. They were snapped getting dinner on Tuesday —...
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Town Crier – Week of Sept. 23

David Ellenstein named new Interim Artistic Director of Laguna Playhouse. Laguna Playhouse and its Board of Directors announced today that North Coast Repertory Theatre’s Artistic Director, David Ellenstein, has been named Interim Artistic Director for the Playhouse for the period of Oct. 3 through Jan. 1, 2023. “We are...
LAGUNA BEACH, CA
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Saturday shows return to the OCC Planetarium

The Orange Coast College Planetarium is bringing back its Saturday shows starting Sept. 24. There are four different shows to choose from, each an hour long starting at 1 p.m. and the last showing starting at 4 p.m. They feature different topics from the earth’s dynamic ecosystems, solar systems, and...
ORANGE, CA