Derek Cousineau

Derek Cousineau San Clemente High School SCH’s Activities Director John Dowell nominated Derek because “he is about as well-rounded as students come: a great water polo player, president of the ‘Be A Hero Become A Donor’ club, and an academic powerhouse. Derek is well-known among the SCHS student body, teachers and community for his accomplishments.” […]

Julia Solazzo

Julia Solazzo Santa Margarita Catholic High School When we asked for nominations of ”Standout Students,“ Santa Margarita Catholic High School responded with the following. “Julia is enrolled in full IB and is outstanding in academics. Julia is also an extremely talented artist, and is the president of the Acres of Love Club on campus which […]

Treasure Trails in San Juan Capistrano

Coastal Consignment & Boutique Furnishings, fine art, artisan jewelry and rare/vintage luxury goods.You’ll find the best collection of antique, mid-century modern/contemporary furniture, dining sets, armoires, chandeliers, lamps, mirrors and so much more. Also: high-end handbags, coats and apparel, so you can get something for your home and a little something for yourself! Doheny Clothing Exchange […]

Family Fun

ZOOMARS Petting Zoo offers inexpensive adventure and the perfect outing for families with young children It’s no wonder Carolyn Franks is always smiling … as the owner and operator of ZOOMARS Petting Zoo, her days are defined by pony rides, hundreds of fluffy bunny rabbits and guinea pigs, creatures big and small and unforgettable children’s […]

Zia Jewelry

Zia Jewelry

St. Anne Summer Knights Day Camp

Looking for summer fun activities for your children in a safe, welcoming environment? The St. Anne Summer Knights Day Camp Program, designed for children from preschool through middle school, is filled with a balance of light academics, arts and crafts, weekly themes, special guests, cooking and field trips (preschool students remain on campus) with a […]

The Night of the Arts Gala 2013

The San Juan Capistrano Friends of the Library are excited about a special opportunity to meet and spend time with Kerne Erickson a local artist whose famous art parallels the library’s mission of nurturing knowledge.Kerne will discuss his life his art and he will participate in a book-signing at the 2013 Night of the Arts […]

My How Things Have Changed: The Importance of Technology in Community Banking Today

These days, many people begin their search for a new banking relationship by going online. That means that we community bankers must consider these customers along with those who need a more personal, in-branch, relationship from the beginning. That can be a hard shift, because community banking history is filled with more personal approaches such […]

Pilates & Yoga

During my eight years as a pilates instructor, I have heard one question over and over again. “Pilates is like yoga, right?” As an avid yogi, this is one of my favorite questions. Pilates and yoga have many similarities in concept and principle, but are quite different in execution and application. Yoga in its basic […]

Successful Path to Online Marketing Achievement

Many people ask me what it takes to be successful online. Well there’s no short answer but when done correctly there’s simply no better way today for a company to get the exposure it needs to be successful. The internet is truly the only way a small company can look just as big as a […]