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  • Community & Clubs: How the Commodores float Christmas

    In just 14 days, 1 million people will pack into boats, homes, restaurants, streets and beaches to be part of one of the nation's largest Christmas events.
  • Donald B. Christeson

    Donald B. Christeson Feb. 2, 1926-June 7, 2013 Born in Huron, South Dakota, Don’s family moved to Los Angeles in 1929.  Despite a tumultuous Depression-era childhood, Don earned his Eagle Scout; an indicator of the noble man he would become....

    It's A Gray Area: We should be skeptical of our government

    People in our country mostly seem to possess an innate faith in government. Probably that has evolved because, while our governments generally are unnecessarily expensive, wasteful and intrusive, they have not been overtly corrupt like so many others...

    Community & Clubs: Celebrating researchers while remembering polio's victims

    As I get older, the more sentimental I get. Sing the national anthem at an Angels game, and I will have tears in my eyes. Marching bands, whether high school, college or the Salvation Army band, bring tears to my eyes. And so did the 2014 Rotary Rose...

    John Badgley Landstrom

    John Badgley Landstrom
    Obituary JOHN B. LANDSTROM John Badgley Landstrom passed away at his home in Corona del Mar on November 3, 2013 after a lengthy illness.  He was born in Rockford IL July 17, 1932, to Edgar and Annette Landstrom.  He attended schools in Grand Rapids and...