Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Pedestrian fatally struck by SUV in San Clemente identified

January 30th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Pedestrian fatally struck by SUV in San Clemente identified”

Officials identified on Monday, Jan. 28, a pedestrian who was fatally struck by a vehicle in San Clemente on Friday.

A vehicle headed north on Avenida Del Presidente collided with a woman just north of Avenida De Las Palmera at about 7 p.m., according to Carrie Braun, a spokeswoman for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

The person struck by an SUV was pronounced dead at the scene and later identified as Karely Sotello, 31, according to Orange County Coroner’s investigator Kelly Keyes. She said it was unclear what her city of residence was.

The motorist involved in the crash, a woman in her 50s, stayed at the site of the collision and cooperated with investigators, said Braun.

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It was unclear if drugs or or alcohol played a role in the incident.

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Fish and Game Commission kicks off 2019 calendar in February

January 28th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fish and Game Commission kicks off 2019 calendar in February”

STATEWIDE–The turn of the docket entails a brand-new place of years for the upcoming slate of Fish and Game Commission sees. The board will have its first intersect of 2019 on Feb. 6 in Sacramento. Other sees are also are planned for April, May( teleconference ), June, August, October and December.

The precise times and locales of this year’s Fish and Game Commission gratifies are as follows 😛 TAGEND

6, Sacramento April 17 -1 8, Los Angeles May 16, Teleconference June 12 -1 3, Redding 7-8, Sacramento 9-10, San Diego 11-12, Sacramento

The Commission’s various committees will also be matching throughout the year. Now are the appointments and locatings for those meetings 😛 TAGEND

Tribal Committee, Feb. 5, Sacramento Marine Resources, March 20, Sacramento Wildlife Resources, May 16, Sacramento Tribal Committee, June 11, Redding Marine Reserve, July 11, San Clemente Wildlife Resources, Sept. 5, Santa Rosa Tribal Committee, Oct. 8, San Diego Marine Resources, Nov. 5, Sacramento.

Visit http :// assembles/ 2019/ index.aspx for more information on cros terms, domiciles and agendas.

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Soka University premieres spring art exhibit at Founders Hall

January 27th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Soka University premieres spring art exhibit at Founders Hall”

Soka University presents its spring artistry exhibit, “Chaos Theory: Carol Paquet and Sheryl Daane-Chesnut, ” at Founders Hall Art Gallery , now through May 5.” Chaos Theory” is a body of work that focuses on the order yet unpredictability of quality. The two craftsmen use sort as a point of departure but the affinity between their procedures terminates there.

Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 9 a. m.-5 p.m. There is no charge to opinion the exhibit.


When: 9 a. m.-5 p.m. weekdays through May 5

Where: Soka University, Founders Hall Art Gallery, 1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo

Cost: Free

Info: Visit, announce 949 -4 80 -4 237 or email artistries @soka. edu

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Taste of San Juan kicks off Fiesta de las Golondrinas with 25 restaurants under one roof

January 26th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Taste of San Juan kicks off Fiesta de las Golondrinas with 25 restaurants under one roof”

The San Juan Fiesta Association invites the community to sample the best of the city at the annual Smack of San Juan, on Thursday, Jan. 31.

Enjoy live music while gratifying in meat and beverages from 25 of San Juan’s finest diners. The phenomenon kicks off the Fiesta de las Golondrinas leading up to Swallow’s Day in March.

Tickets are $35 for general admission, $60 for VIP. VIP tickets include admittance, attendant parking and swag pocket. Admission includes all tastes.

Tickets are available online, at the door, the Chamber, and all Fiesta Association satisfies. Questions? Call Leanna Bradshaw at 949 -5 99 -4 323 or email LeannaBradshaw @gmail. com.

IF “Theres going”

When: 6-9 p. m. Thursday, Jan. 31

Where: San Juan Hills Golf Club, 32120 San Juan Creek Road, San Juan Capistrano

Tickets: $35& $60 at, click on “Events”

Info: 949 -5 99 -4 323

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Fundraiser in Laguna Niguel supports Niguel Botanical Preserve

January 24th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fundraiser in Laguna Niguel supports Niguel Botanical Preserve”

Niguel Botanical Preserve will regard the work of its third annual fundraiser,” Celebrate the Preserve ,” on Sunday, Jan. 27, at Laguna Niguel Sea Country& Senior Center. Partake in an informal afternoon of cocktails, wine-coloured, silent auctioneer, presentation and discussions related to enhancements of The Preserve.

Tickets for the 2-5 p. m. episode, are $30 single /$ 50 marry. Reserve online at NiguelBotanicalPreserve.ORG/ Celebrate. Or see checks payable to Niguel Botanical Preserve, 29751 Crown Valley, Parkway, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677


When: 2-5 p. m. Sunday, Jan. 27

Where: Laguna Niguel Sea Country& Senior Community Center, 24602 Aliso Creek Road, Laguna Niguel

Cost: $30/ single; $50/ couple

Information: NiguelBotanicalPreserve.ORG/ Celebrate

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Pianist Louis Landon has written music for well-known commercials — see him Friday in Mission Viejo

January 23rd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Pianist Louis Landon has written music for well-known commercials — see him Friday in Mission Viejo”

The Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center will host a forte-piano concert at 7 p. m. Friday, Jan. 18, featuring Louis Landon.

Landon is a Steinway artist who has dedicated his life to creating a more affectionate and pleasant life by writing, recording and performing music from the heart. His profession has made him around the globe playing an array of vogues with some of the most realise specifies in the entertainment industry. Through his production companionship, Landon Music, he has written and induced music for film, video and commercial-grades including three years of” best participates” and “bloopers” business for the National Basketball Association. He has also secreted 20 Cds including “Ebb and Flow- Solo Piano.”

Tickets are $15 online or $20 at the door. For more information, call 949 -4 70 -8 440.


When: 7 p. m. Friday

Where: Norman P. Murray Community& Senior Center, 24932 Ex-serviceman Way, Mission Viejo

Tickets: $15 online or $20 at the door

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Dana Point man pleads guilty to stabbing three Marines outside bar in San Clemente

January 22nd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Dana Point man pleads guilty to stabbing three Marines outside bar in San Clemente”

A 24 -year-old Dana Point man accused of stabbing three Marines outside a disallow in San Clemente in August, has been sentenced to four years in prison.

Alexis Moreno Aguirre pleaded guilty on Monday, Jan. 14, in Orange County Superior Court to two trespas weighs of onslaught with a lethal weapon other than a handgun, according to courtroom enters. A third trespas abuse attack was rejected, along with sentencing enhancements for justification huge bodily injury.

The fight resulted Aug. 3, just after 1 a.m ., in the 200 obstruction of El Camino Real. The Marine — two 21 -year-old men and a 23 -year-old man- are part of the 1st Battalion/ 4th Marines.

One Marine kept a meander to the gut, another was injured in his belly and throat and a third suffered belly and shoulder harms, field enters evidence. All three were taken to a nearby hospital.

The three Marine were back with their section at Camp Pendleton on Aug. 6, said U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Paul Gainey.

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San Clemente man facing murder and assault charges

January 20th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “San Clemente man facing murder and assault charges”

A 28 -year-old San Clemente man has been charged with murder and aggression on small children in connection with the death of a young girl, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office said Friday.

Christopher Recio was detained on doubt of killing the 17 -month-old girl on Jan 5 in the city of Orange. Counsels said Recio killed her by beginning deaden patrol trauma to her head.

Prosecutors charged Recio with two misdemeanour counts- one murder weigh and one count of onslaught on small children with power likely to produce huge bodily injury resulting in death.

Recio is scheduled to be arraigned on Feb. 8. He is being held on$ 1 million bail.

Law enforcement is still investigating the dispute and did not secrete additional details.

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Audience is judge at international playwriting festival in San Juan Capistrano

January 19th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Audience is judge at international playwriting festival in San Juan Capistrano”

ShowOff! International Playwriting Festival is back at Camino Real Playhouse in San Juan Capistrano through Jan. 20, with seven short gamblings voted on by the audience.

As the audience, you merely see the top seven and nightly you will too examine one of the runner-up plays read as a” Reader’s Theater .”

ShowOff! 2019 Finalists Playwrights include” Bless Me Father. Have I Sinned ?” by Jim May; “Cliche” by Keith Whalen; “Girls Don’t Rob Banks” by Jim Gustafson;” The Mission” by Joe Godfrey; “Noir Man” by Ken Levine;” Suspension of Disbelief” by Collin James and “Unbound” by William Hector.

Regular tickets: $27, cabaret counters: $37; available at Suitable for adolescents to adult.

IF “Theres going”

When: 8 p. m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday; matinee 2 p.m. Saturday& Sunday

Where: Camino Real Playhouse, 31776 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano

Information: 949 -4 89 -8 082

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