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  • Lucille "Link" P. Mathewson March 18, 1932 - January 22, 2014

    Lucille "Link" P. Mathewson  March 18, 1932 - January 22, 2014
    Link Mathewson truly lived. Her life was blessed and she blessed her friends, family and community with her generous loving spirit. She passed away in her home surrounded by those she loved and who loved her. Link was a woman of considerable talents and drive. Her passion for art and beauty and her love for family and friends were the major forces in her life. Her home—always open to those who knew her and to strays of both the feline and human varieties—was infused with the humble beauty, simple elegance and warmth that was uniquely Link. Not self-indulgent, she devoted herself to creating beauty to be shared: a carefully crafted table on Christmas Eve, a gorgeous hand-written note or a gourmet meal. She knew how to make a moment special.
  • Tickets the work of a grinch, recipient says

    On Balboa Island, narrow streets and houses built side by side can create parking challenges even before holiday visitors descend. But street sweeping, and the parking enforcement that comes with it, continued largely uninterrupted throughout the...

    Tree height a bragging right

    Tree height a bragging right
    When a 90-foot Christmas tree at Fashion Island lights up for the first time Friday night, it will mark just one mega-tree in a series sparkling to life for the holidays in shopping centers throughout Southern California. Fashion Island's white fir,...

    Santa oversees tree lighting

    Santa oversees tree lighting
    Rain turned to snow as Santa arrived at South Coast Plaza's 32nd annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony Thursday night. Families in the crowd pulled their fuzzy Santa hats down tight, and a few popped up umbrellas as the first musical number began...

    Apodaca: On the side of the floppers

    Thanksgiving is increasingly becoming a holiday divided into two camps: shoppers vs. floppers. I'm a flopper. After a week of muscular produce buying, and three days of virtually nonstop cooking culminating in 20 minutes of power eating, I can't wait to...