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The board approved more than $44 million in funding for streets and signal synchronization projects through the Measure M2 Comprehensive Transportation Funding Program. Funding was awarded for 27 projects that will widen existing streets to alleviate

congestion and synchronize traffic signals to ensure drivers hit the most green lights during peak traffic periods. On Feb. 26, OCTA’s Technical Advisory Committee recommended approving $35.78 million for 17 street projects and $8.4 million for

10 signal synchronizations projects. Brookhurst Street from I-5 to SRSome streets and roads projects 91 in Anaheim include: Some traffic signal synchronization Newport Boulevard Widening projects include: (Via Lido to 30th Street) in Newport Birch Street/Rose Drive in Brea Beach Bristol Street in Costa Mesa Ortega Highway Improvement El Toro Road in Laguna Woods Project in San Juan Capistrano

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O r a n g e C o u n t y H e a r t a n d St r o k e B a l l i n s p i r e s a ct i o n to b u i l d h e a lth i e r c o mm u n i t i e s May 10 black-tie event at the Ritz Carlton in Dana Point aims to raise $850,000 The American Heart Association and its division, American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) celebrate the 33rd annual Orange County Heart and Stroke Ball on May 10, 2014 at the Ritz Carlton in Dana Point (1 Ritz Carlton Drive). The exclusive affair will feature a cocktail reception and seated dinner, live and silent auctions, entertainment and dancing. Fourteen-year-old stroke survivor Grace Doran will share her inspiring story and actress Lynn Holly Johnson will emcee. Jazz band Blue Zone, made up of retired Navy Seals, will perform. Live auction items include: • Five Nights at Pelican Reef Villas in Belize • Two Nights at The Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay • Corum Admiral’s Cup Competition 48 Luxury Timepiece • The Ultimate LA Kings Experience featuring a one-night accommodation at the J.W. Marriott Hotel at LA Live, two LA Kings tickets, two Chairman’s Room passes, dinner at the Lexus

Club and a team-autographed item • A Football Fan’s Fantasy hosted by four-time Super Bowl Champion Jesse Sapolu of the San Francisco 49ers, including two pre-game field passes, access to the exclusive alumni tailgate party and two tickets to the game Despite major advancements in treatment, heart disease and stroke remain the No. 1 and No. 4 killers of Americans and Californians, as well as a major cause of permanent disability. Nearly 2,200 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day — one person every 39 seconds. That is why the American Heart Association is committed to improving the heart health of all Americans and Californians. The Heart and Stroke Ball inspires support of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association’s work to create a better future for children, families and communities. It is a major fundraising event benefiting research, public education and community programs of the AHA/ASA in Orange County. The goal is to raise $850,000 at the event.

Brett and Marnie Wall, Rob and Jane Reindel The Orange County Heart and Stroke Ball is supported by presenting sponsor Abbott Medical Optics, gold sponsors Edwards Lifesciences and UC Irvine Health, silver sponsors DevicePharm and Covidien and bronze sponsors The Allergan Foundation, Black Starr & Frost, Microvention, Posey Company and Union Bank. Tickets are available for $500 each at www.heartandstrokeballoc.org or call (949) 885-1521. Debbi and Mike Bolen

THE FESTIVAL OF ARTS RETURNS TO LAGUNA BEACH The Festival of Arts – California’s Premier Fine Art Show – returns July 6 through August 30, 2014 with 140 of Orange County’s most renowned artists. As California’s longest running outdoor fine art show and one of the nation’s most highly acclaimed and attended juried exhibitions, visitors and art connoisseurs can expect to find the highest echelon of art and artists at the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts. “Every year we are honored to feature the work of such incredibly talented artists at the Festival of Arts,” says Marketing and Public Relations Director Sharbie Higuchi. Visitors have an opportunity to view and purchase original paintings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, jewelry, and more from artists around Orange County. Since opening in 1932, thousands have shown and sold their artwork at the Festival and many have their work featured in the private collections of leading art collectors, celebrities, and museums around the world. Throughout its eight-week run, the Festival of Arts offers a wide range of daily activities that the whole family can enjoy. The 2014 events calendar includes nightly live music, jazz concerts, wine and chocolate pairings, cooking demonstrations, guided art tours, and art workshops. Several special one-day events return this year including the Festival Runway Fashion Show and Family Page 4

Art Day. “There’s something for everyone this year,” says Higuchi. “Visitors can wander through the artwork and buy a piece to take home, listen to an art tour, catch a demonstration, or just sit back and enjoy the live music. The Festival of Arts is the place to be this summer!” EVENT INFORMATION SPECIAL EVENTS For a complete list of activities visit LagunaFestivalofArts.org. All events are free with admission unless otherwise noted. • Art Talks: A Lecture Series Thursdays, July 10 –August 28 (12 – 1pm) • Art, Jazz, Wine, and Chocolate, Thursdays, July 10 – August 28 (5:30 – 7:30pm); $15 • Jazz on the Green, Saturdays, July 12 & 26, Aug 9 & 30 (1 – 3pm) • Festival Runway Show, Saturday, August 2 (1 – 4pm) • Family Art Day, Saturday, August 19 (12 - 3pm) • Art of Cooking Series, Sundays, July 13 – August 24 (1 – 2pm) • Sunday in the Park Music Series, Sundays, July 13 – August 24 (2 - 4 pm) ART WORKSHOPS FOR EVERYONE • In 2014, printmaking, ceramics and multimedia workshops will be open daily for visitors of all ages to stretch creative muscles. The Festival Art Center, sponsored by Wells Fargo, will be open from 11am - 8pm

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daily for hands-on artistic fun. • Creativity runs wild at the Festival’s Adult and Teen Art Workshops where students will create their own masterpieces under the instruction of professional artists. Reservations required, call (949) 464-4234 for information and schedule. • Monday - Friday, the Festival hosts Youth Art Education Days, art classes for children ages 5-12. Classes include sculpture, printmaking, drawing, and much more. Call for schedule and reservations: (949) 464-4234. ART TOURS Free art tours are held Monday - Friday at 11 am and 3 pm and Saturday and Sunday at 11 am and 4 pm. SPECIAL EXHIBITS • The Festival’s Junior Art Exhibition, sponsored in part by The PIMCO Foundation, is comprised of over 300 pieces of artwork from Orange County school children (PK-12). • Support the arts by purchasing artwork from the Art-to-Go Exhibit themed “People, Places, and Things” donated by Festival arts with proceeds benefiting The Artist Fund at Festival of Arts. GENERAL FESTIVAL INFORMATION: DATES & TIMES July 6 – August 30, 2014 Open daily from 10am – 11:30pm Early closing July 6 at 6pm and August 23 at 3:30pm TICKET INFORMATION General Admission: Weekdays $7,

Weekends $10 Students & Seniors: Weekdays $4, Weekends $6 Free Admission for Children 12 and under, Military, and Laguna Beach Residents. Passport to the Arts: A special promotion (funded in part by Bank of America): Passport to the Arts for only $23. Includes unlimited admission all summer long to the Festival of Arts, the Sawdust Art Festival and Art-A-Fair, plus a one time, all-day free parking pass with each Passport purchased. Order online at www.LagunaBeachPassport. com. Passports also available for purchase on-site at each festival location during the summer. Offer excludes Pageant of the Masters. LOCATION Festival of Arts Grounds: 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 F O R I N F O R M AT I O N & TICKETS: (800) 487-2787 or www. LagunaFestivalofArts.org.


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LAGUNA ART MUSEUM RECEIVES NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS GRANT GRANT TO SUPPORT MUSEUM’S

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ART & NATURE INITIATIVE National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Acting Chairman Joan Shigekawa announced April 16 that Laguna Art Museum is one of 886 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant. Laguna Art Museum is recommended for a $30,000 grant to support its 2014 Art & Nature exhibitions and weekend-long festival (November 6-9). Laguna Art Museum’s Art & Nature initiative began in 2013 and is slated to be an annual event featuring exhibitions, events, and a weekendlong festival. This year the festival will take place November 6-9 at various locations throughout Laguna Beach and at the museum. Art & Nature serves a number of purposes: to provide a festival of art and ideas for the community; to inspire artists; to offer scientists a sense of what their work means in the wider culture; to find and develop connections between art and science; to raise awareness of environmental issues; and to celebrate Laguna Beach as a center for the appreciation of art and nature. The theme of Art & Nature speaks particularly to the identity of Laguna Beach, which for over a hundred years has been a center for art, the appreciation of nature, and environmental awareness. In 2013, Art & Nature featured nature-related exhibitions at Laguna Art Museum, land artist Jim Denevan, renowned scholar Kevin Starr, and a widelyattended family festival. Specific events and participants are still being planned for 2014.

NEA Acting Chairman Shigekawa said, “The NEA is pleased to announce that Laguna Art Museum is recommended for an NEA Art Works grant. These NEA-supported projects will not only have a positive impact on local economies, but will also provide opportunities for people of all ages to participate in the arts, help our communities to become more vibrant, and support our nation’s artists as they contribute to our cultural landscape.” “Laguna Art Museum is thrilled to have the support and recognition of the NEA for our Art & Nature initiative,” said Laguna Art Museum Deputy Director Ed Fosmire. “It’s a project that the NEA expressed interest in when we first approached them last year, so we are gratified that they have chosen to support the project financially. As a result, Laguna Art Museum will once again be able to partner with dozens of local organizations to reach out to the community and present a variety of programs exploring the intersection

of art and nature.” Art Works grants support the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, public engagement with diverse and excellent art, lifelong learning in the arts, and enhancement of the livability of communities through the arts. The NEA received 1,515 eligible applications under the Art Works category, requesting more than $76 million in funding. Of those applications, 886 are recommended for grants for a total of $25.8 million. For a complete listing of projects recommended for Art Works grant support, please visit the NEA website at arts.gov. Laguna Art Museum: 307 Cliff Drive Laguna Beach , 92651 Phone: 949 / 494 - 8971 lagunaartmuseum@gmail.com www.lagunaartmuseum.org Hours of Operation: Weekdays: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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NARRATIVE SHORT FILM ABOUT LIVING UNDER DRONES TO PREMIERE AT 2014 NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL

The 2014 Newport Beach film festival will host the world premiere of writer/director Ian Ebright’s debut film From the Sky, where it has been chosen as an official selection for the event entering its 15th year in Southern California. Ebright’s unique fictional story, exploring the challenges and consequences of living underneath drone strikes and drone surveillance, will screen with the feature documentary Behind the Blue Veil at Starlight Triangle Square Cinemas in Costa Mesa on April 30th. For ticketing and venue information visit http://www. newportbeachfilmfest.com. From the Sky follows a humble father Hakeem and his troubled son Abbas, two poverty-stricken goat herders living as nomads in the Middle East in a region frequently targeted by drone strikes. Camp is set for the night; a pause in the middle of a journey to make a crucial sale. During their meal, Abbas struggles to manage his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, aggravated by the presence of drones overhead. Soon, two men visit the camp of Hakeem and Abbas, leading to a confrontation which forces the young man to make a choice between the way of peace modeled by his father, or the path of retaliation articulated by the charismatic man, Dhiya. From the

Sky is a film about rites of passage, the roots of extremism, and the destructive cycle of revenge. Since the early 2000s, reports estimate that drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia have claimed thousands of lives, a significant percentage of those belonging to civilians including women and children. In addition to the death toll and thousands of injuries, studies have revealed populations are being crippled by PTSD as a result of frequent drone surveillance. For Ebright, the reporting provided a troubling and timely foundation from which he could build an original story, bolstered by the visceral impact only found in cinema. Ebright stated, “Other films are focusing on the drone pilots and the implications drone warfare has for those of us in the West, but I believe we can’t fully understand the significance of drones without walking in the shoes of people living under them.” For this reason, Ebright set the story entirely in the Middle East, conducted extensive research, hosted an ongoing dialogue with Middle Eastern advisers throughout the screenwriting phase, and cast actors who speak fluent Arabic. The film represents a powerful collaboration between the writer/director, cast, crew, advisers including Oscar-nominated producer

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John Sinno (Iraq in Fragments), and interpreters including Syrian actor Jay Abdo (Werner Herzog’s upcoming Queen of the Desert). From the Sky stars Maz Siam (Argo, Scandal, The Mindy Project) and Mohamad Tamimi (who played a young Saddam Hussein in the award-winning short film Thief). The production team includes noteworthy talent such as editor Eric Frith. Frith cut director Megan Griffiths’ breakthrough independent feature Eden which won the audience awards at SXSW 2012 and Milan International Film Festival 2013, and also edited the prominent documentaries Finding Hillywood and A Lot Like You. From the Sky features internationally acclaimed ambient electronic artist loscil who composed an original score for the film, and the Emmy Awardwinning post production audio team from Bad Animals in Seattle who worked closely with Ebright to create a haunting drone strike sequence. Before focusing on writing and directing, Ebright blogged for five years on topics including human rights, and was a film critic and journalist for entertainment websites in New York, Los Angeles, and Seattle. He also studied directing, cinematography, and editing at the Seattle Film Institute. In the end, Ebright believes the film

and its themes are both topical and timeless. He added “From the Sky is a challenging story of humanity in the midst of horror, and if I’ve done my job well, it’s a film that will resonate and linger. I’m excited to share From the Sky with audiences and am hopeful that it will create productive reflection and dialogue.” Screening Date: April 30, 2014 Screening Time: 5:15PM Screening Location: Starlight Triangle Square Cinemas Tickets: http://www. newportbeachfilmfest.com This event is open to the public.


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Yesenia’s Dream Dress Drive Provides Prom Dresses and More to 150 Young Women

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Miguel Orozco with former U.S. Treasurer and key note speaker Rosario Marin and Alfred Lara, Yesenia’s Humanitarian Foundation, Vice President

Photos by: Barbara Kimler Diverse young women from Orange County and surrounding communities gathered for a day of pampering including being fitted for prom dresses, shoes, accessories as well as given hair and makeup tips along with sessions on social etiquette and self-esteem. Yesenia’s Dream Dress Drive was held at Arbonne International headquarters in Irvine and presented by Yesenia’s Humanitarian Foundation. Arbonne Charitable Foundation hosted the special event and donated $20,000 in products. Mothers of the young women attending the Dream Dress Drive were offered workshops that addressed family relationship skills, nutrition and human trafficking. Now in its seventh year, Yesenia’s Dream Dress Drive is named for Yesenia Monett Orozco, a young Mission Viejo woman whose life was cut tragically Volunteers from Cookie Lee Jewelry worked with girls throughout the short by a car accident in November 2007 just shy of her 27th birthday. day to find the perfect accessories for prom dresses Yesenia was passionate about helping deserving young women celebrate their high school prom nights with elegance and integrity. She collected gently worn dresses from friends, family and patrons of the family’s former Santa Ana flower shop. The Dream Dress Drive continues Yesenia’s dream to empower young women at their senior prom while providing knowledge and skills in financial literacy, self-image and social etiquette to help them succeed in life. Each of the young women in attendance are high school seniors and were referred to the program because of a financial need or other special circumstances. The day began with a motivational welcome and presentation by former U.S. Treasurer Rosario Marin who told the girls to follow their dreams and take advantage of scholarships and other available programs. Other special guests included Alejandra Garcia Williams from the Counsel of Mexico, actor Pepe Gamez and donors Dr. Gloria Sterling and Judy Davidds-Wright. Every girl in attendance was greeted and assisted by dozens of enthusiastic Actor Pepe Gamez with Yesenia’s A photo of Yesenia is a reminder volunteers who assisted them in finding the perfect prom gown, shoes and Humanitarian Foundation Founder of why the event exists accessories. and President Elizabeth Orozco The event included a delicious lunch courtesy of Ladera Ranch-Casa Ranchero and workshops on hair and makeup, social etiquette and selfesteem. Along with their prom assembles and a memorable day, each girl came away from the event with an Arbonne tote bag with cosmetics, Cookie Lee jewelry and Dr. Gloria Sterling’s latest book, “Is Anyone Listening?” Yesenia’s mother and organization founder /president Elizabeth Orozco said, “My daughter’s vision was to make deserving young women feel like princesses at their high school proms and beyond. This year’s Yesenia’s Dream Dress Drive event accomplished that goal and I couldn’t help but over hear one of the recipients say, ‘I feel like a rich young woman’ as she walked into the social etiquette session. That made it all worth it for me.” Donations of gently used or new prom dresses and shoes are welcome throughout the year. For more information about Yesenia’s Humanitarian Foundation or the Dream Dress Drive visit www. Volunteers help one of 150 girls to select the perfect prom dress yeseniashumanitarianfoundation.org. Page 10

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2441 East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar. Call for reservations. 949-673-6585 Cannery Restaurant & Cruises Located at the historic wharfside location in the heart of old Cannery Village for 25 years. Open air dining on the wharf is available day and night. Champagne brunch cruises. Awarded Hospitality Ambassador of the Year, 1997.

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3801 E. Coast Hwy., Corona del Mar. 949-760-0331 Mayur Cuisine of India Fragrant, pungent spices from all over India are delicately mixed to create a spectacular variety of dishes.

2931 E. Coast Hwy. 949-675-6622 Newport Landing Waterfront dining including fresh seafood, prime beef, and Sunday champagne brunch. The casual upstairs lounge offers complete menus, patio deck, and live entertainment. Banquets and catering available.

503 E. Edgewater, Balboa. 949-675-2373 Palm Terrace Restaurant & Lounge From casual to elegant, indoors or out, Island Hotel is famous for its award-winning cuisine directed by world-recognized Executive Chef Bill Bracken. Enjoy a leisurely meal poolside amid lush gardens and graceful palms at the Palm Terrace Restaurant or a refreshing cocktail at the lounge.

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Protect your eyes year-round from UV exposure Eye protection may not be a top priority for people when they are going about their daily lives, but it should be. Protecting your sense of sight is extremely important and often overlooked. All individuals should protect their eyes so they can stay sharp whether they’re on a snowy mountain-top, watching a football game, or simply driving to work. Protect your eyes from harmful UV rays.

Wearing a pair of comfortable sunglasses while you are staying active outdoors will not only prevent eye strains and squinting - which will help keep you looking younger, longer - but can actually help protect eyes from cataracts, keratitis and other eye ailments as well. When selecting sunglasses, look for a pair that will be lightweight and durable, so it will be comfortable to wear, and hold up to your daily activities. Charmant Titanium Polarized Sunglasses for example, are made with pure titanium, a hypoallergenic metal that is 48 percent lighter than conventional metals and is perfect for all seasons. Titanium is used in everything from airplanes to surgical instruments, so you know it will last in a sunglass. To protect the delicate eye area, look for a lens that has UVA and UVB protection as well as a polarized lens to reduce glare, which is much more harmful when it’s reflected off of the snow. Make sure your lenses offer the best visibility possible so they don’t interfere with your activities. Lenses with anti-smudge, anti-static, and water-repelling properties keep the lenses free of debris that can block your vision.

Invest in your sight. Your vision has an important role in maintaining your active lifestyle. Invest in your sight by ensuring you wear the best in corrective lenses and sunwear for you. Many people need their vision corrected through eye glasses or contact lenses. If you choose contact lenses, wearing sunglasses to prevent glare and protect your eyes from UV light is still very important. If you prefer to wear eye glasses, a pair of prescription sunglasses is ideal, to be worn whenever you are outside in daylight. These prescription sunglasses will provide the best possible coverage in sunlight while also correcting your vision. Either way, one should look for a quality pair of sunglasses that will provide consistent optical clarity throughout the lens, and a durable frame that will last. Don’t forget to protect the sensitive skin around your eyes as well with a sunscreen that has at least SPF 30. Even if the sun isn’t shining bright the UV rays can still penetrate the cloud cover. Make a broad sweep. Sometimes one layer of protection just isn’t enough. If you have fair skin, or light colored eyes, you may want

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Crave beyond-the-beach excitement? Four must-try vacation ideas Heading on vacation? This year, instead of settling for just sitting on the beach, think about embarking on an experience-based adventure. “Whether you’re traveling with family, friends or by yourself, there are all kinds of activities to enhance your vacation experience,” says Jeanenne Tornatore, senior editor for the travel booking website Orbitz.com. Here are four ideas to get you started on planning your trip: Expand your skillset They say there is no time like the present. Your next vacation could be the perfect time to cross a lesson or two off your bucket list. The Hawaii Style Surf School offers training in surfing and paddle boarding in the calming currents off Maui’s coast. Learn something new Whether you are an expert or casual admirer of a subject, there is always more to learn. Consider vacationing where you can provide an educational experience for the entire family while still having a great time. The Ultimate Space Experience at Kennedy Space Center in Orlando offers an in-depth tour, lunch with an astronaut, and the chance to try the G-Force Simulator. Travel “back in time”

Who says history can only be taught in school? Many historic sites offer activities and tours that immerse travelers in the sights and sounds of the past. The WWII Pearl Harbor Heroes Adventure in Oahu, Hawaii, allows groups to walk in the exact footsteps of America’s most courageous heroes, see genuine artifacts from the era, and visit the deck of one of the world’s most famous battleships, the USS Missouri.

Pump some adrenaline For those seeking an adventure in the truest sense of the word, pushing yourself slightly out of your comfort zone can make for some great memories. So while the Grand Canyon is cool, you may want to try something even cooler. Try exploring one of the greatest sites in the world from a different perspective - a helicopter. The Grand Canyon Wind Dancer Helicopter Excursion,

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2014 PAGEANT IS THE NEXT CASE FOR “THE ART DETECTIVE” As the Pageant of the Masters Laguna Beach’s world-famous celebration of art in “living pictures” tableaux vivants enters its ninth decade, Pageant director Diane Challis Davy was eager to field questions during a “third degree” about her 2014 theme, The Art Detective. To the question: Who is “the Art Detective”? Challis Davy replied, “Anyone who suffers from a case of curiosity, who’s driven to ask who, what, where, when and why.” She added, “Who doesn’t love to solve a mystery or enjoy a good scandal or a ‘ripping yarn’?” The original inspiration for the theme, she said, came from television shows like “The History Detectives” and the “Connections” series, as well as from her love of Sherlock Holmes stories. But, as with all her Pageants, this one begins with great masterpieces of art. “We’ll feature Manet’s ‘Olympia,’ Rembrandt’s ‘The Night Watch,’ Botticelli’s ‘Primavera’ and ‘Madame X’ by John Singer Sargent,” Challis Davy noted, revealing just a few of the highlights from her list. “The Art Detective will be beautiful, fun, enlightening and mysterious. And through the art of storytelling, we’ll shed light on true and sensational art history.” Speaking of storytelling, Challis Davy’s veteran scriptwriter Dan Duling expressed his own enthusiasm

for the 2014 theme: “The history of art is filled with whodunits, unsolved mysteries and tales of discoveries that changed the way we look at the world. Behind every masterpiece, there are clues to many other mysteries. I can’t wait to explore these dramatic tales of art lost and found, and the amazing efforts to preserve and protect our artistic heritage.” The 2014 Pageant will also revisit the world’s most costly, as yet unsolved, art heist. In 1990, thieves stole a Vermeer painting and several other priceless works from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. It’s a case that, after all these years, now seems on the verge of a breakthrough. That possibility prompted Challis Davy to wonder, “Will it be solved before our season ends?” As with last year’s tribute to movies and masterpieces, The Art Detective will have its share of theatrical surprises and exciting revelations, and an all-new score written by its contributing composers and performed each night by the Pageant’s world-class orchestra under the direction of conductor John Elg. Returning to the narrator’s booth for his fourth year at the Pageant is Richard Doyle. Everyone associated with the production gratefully understands

the Pageant wouldn’t be possible without its volunteers, which also include Challis Davy’s research committee. Now numbering nearly 100 participants, the research committee members are amateur “art detectives” in their own right, presenting suggestions every year for consideration as Challis Davy begins the challenging process of choosing artworks for the Pageant’s new theme. Finally, Challis Davy was asked if she could offer any other clues about what’s in store for audiences in 2014. With a conspiratorial smile, she said, “I want to keep them on the edge of their seats.” ABOUT THE PAGEANT OF THE MASTERS: The Pageant of the Masters is the Festival of Arts’ crowning jewel and arguably one of the most unique productions in the entire world. Real people

magically transformed into lifesized re-creations of famous works of arts. A live narrator guides the audience through the story of each living picture accompanied by the music of a professional orchestra. With an expert staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers, the Pageant of the Masters has won recognition as the best presentation of its kind. DATES & TIMES July 9 – August 30, 2014 Performances Nightly at 8:30pm TICKET INFORMATION Advance Tickets: $15 - $220 A Pageant ticket also acts as a season pass to the Festival art show. LOCATION Festival of Arts Grounds 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 FOR INFORMATION & TICKETS (800) 487-2787 or (949) 494-1145 www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org

OC Sheriff’s Department and DEA Host National Prescription Drug Take Back Day The Orange County Sheriff’s Department in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is hosting a Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. rain or shine. This event will give the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. This service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Below is a list of collection sites: Laguna Hills City Hall 24035 El Toro Road, Laguna Hills Lake Forest City Hall 25550 Commercentre, Lake Forest Mission Viejo City Hall 200 Civic Center, Mission Viejo Rancho Santa Margarita City Hall 22112 El Paseo, Rancho Santa Margarita Rossmoor Rush Park 3021 Blume Drive, Rossmoor Yorba Linda Police Sub Station 20994 Yorba Linda Blvd., Yorba Linda Past Take-Back Day events have been hugely successful, collecting more than 3 million pounds, or 1,733 tons, of prescription medications. In Page 16

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In 2012, illegal drugs were the cause of 20 percent of Orange County’s 330 overdose incidents. Prescription drugs were involved in 57 percent of the cases, 188 deaths. The report detailed all death investigations by the coroner’s office for 2012. This prescription drug epidemic is especially growing in Orange County, and takes an Orange County life

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Located on the golf course and a culdesac location. Offering approx 4000 sq. ft with 4 bed- This magnificent custom home sits on over an acre of land with stunning views. Offering approx. Lovely home with all the bells and whistles. Newly remodeled and just gorgeous. Offering sq. ft. full bath and kitchen- approx. 3259 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Situated on a large$ lot over 7500 .00 rooms, 4.5 baths and a private office. Extensive wood flooring and beautiful upgrades. Golf and 7100 sq. ft. with 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths. Detached$ guest house with on a quiet culdesac. Plenty of room for a pool. 4 Blackhawk 1,029,000 3,179,000.00 ette. Amazing entertaining yard. 6 Fresian mountain views. Pool and spa. 31 Elliot $1,365,000.00

DOWNSTAIRS MASTER

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Offering approx. 4400 sq. ft with 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Top notch upgrades and a rare Offering a very unique floor plan with a private courtyard and detached casitas. Very open and On the golf course! Charming home offering approx 2400 sq. ft with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths find separate casitas with full bath off of the courtyard entry. Located on a single loaded street airy floor plan with a spectacular lot complete with pool and spa. Culdesac and a three car garge. and a bonus room that could be a 4th bedroom. Lovely manicured yard with tremendous golf with beautiful views. 29 Bell Pasture $1,549,000.00 course and mountain views. 24222 Fairway Lane $849,000.00 12 Altimira $909,000.00

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So cute!! Upgraded with wood floors, crown molding and granite counters. Offering approx. Gorgeous home located in Tapestry tract. Offering 5 bedrooms and 4 baths. Beautifully Gates community of Stonecliffe is this very private home surrounded by hills and common area. 1200 sq. ft with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Interior$laundry room.00and an attached single car upgraded with travertine floors, built ins and custom carpet and spa with a 3 car and paint. Resort like backyard Offering approx. 3000 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and 3 bath. $Private pool .00 garage with direct access. 39 Via Madera 405,000 garage and RV/boat parking 37 Whippoorwill 999,000 complete with pool and spa. 14 Eisenhower $1,099,000.00

GOLF COURSE BEAUTY

GOLF VIEW

This beautiful QUALITY custom home has it all! This well thought out floorplan THIS IS IT!! Impeccable in and out. Enjoy the golf and mountain views while entertaining Located on a quiet single loaded street with beautiful golf course views. Offering approx. 4200 offers 6200 sq. ft.with 4 bedrooms, 6 baths and a private office. Exceptional in a picture perfect yard. Offering approx. 4300 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bath and a sq. ft with 5 bed, 4.5 baths. Newly updated with extensive wood floors. Great family home with private backyard. This custom home is situated on over an acre$ lot and located.00in large bonus room for the kids. Pool and spa. 15 Ellliot $1,414,000.00 pool and spa. 416 Camino Bandero $1,329,000.00 the prestigious neighborhood “The Woods”. 5 Shire 2,995,000

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