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By: | September 3, 2005
LOEF--FORLANO Jennifer Loef and Peter Forlano of Los Angeles were married at Wetherly Garden at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Rabbi Marc Rubenstein officiated. The maid of honor was Rachel Green (Ayers) and the bridesmaids were Saige Haselkorn and Jessica McClellan. The best man was Ryan Bowne and the groomsmen were Frank Forlano and Jay Gyer. Ali and Youssef Tawil were the ring bearers. The couple honeymooned at St. Lucia and are living in Toluca Lake.
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October 4, 2007
 passed away peacefully Tuesday, Oct. 2, after bravely battling several medical conditions for six months. Born Aug. 3, 1921 in Los Angeles, June became a model, then a showgirl at the Earl Carroll Theater in Hollywood, famous for the slogan “Through these portals pass the most beautiful girls in the world."
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | June 22, 2009
In the parking lot of a golf course once home to the likes of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, Paul Salata networked in Toluca Lake on Wednesday. The founder of Irrelevant Week handed out literature about Ryan Succop. The last player selected in April’s NFL Draft — 256th by the Kansas City Chiefs — has it hard as it is. He’s a kicker and his last name is pronounced “suck-up.” No celebrity playing at Lakeside Golf Club was going to think that’s cool.
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January 2, 2013
McCray, John Woodworth December 14, 1939 - December 28, 2012 John Woodworth McCray died on December 28, 2012 at age 73, surrounded by his family at his home in Newport Beach, California.  Born and raised in Toluca Lake, California, the son of Ruth Woodworth McCray and Alan Archer McCray, he spent his youth in the Los Angeles area, where he met the love of his life, Elizabeth Hromadka McCray, in the 7th grade.  He attended the Harvard School in...
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November 23, 2000
Couple differs on 'The Grinch' "Poor Grinch. Nobody likes him because he's different," said Tabatha, our 10-year-old granddaughter. "I feel sorry for him, even if he is green, hairy, smelly and scary." Gay says: Jim Carrey (the Grinch) is brilliant with his own special energy -- jumping, plummeting, twisting and turning, hissing and grimacing as he explodes through tunnels, snow and garbage mountains without recoiling! But he scares the 3- to 5-year-old crowd.
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By TONY DODERO | March 7, 2008
Comedian George Lopez sees golf as a metaphor for his life. “It rewired my system,“ he told me Thursday as we walked up to the 9th tee at Newport Beach Country Club. “When I was growing up I was dishonest and tried to do things the easy way.” Golf, he told me, is not like that. Golf has made him do things the right way, he said. He doesn’t try to cut corners. He doesn’t give up so easily. “Golf allows me to make my mistakes on the golf course.
NEWS
July 29, 2003
Lolita Harper She was dressed sharply in her navy blue uniform and cap. The air was cool and the night was electric at Treasure Island in San Francisco. Dorothy Montgomery, serving in the Navy as a Woman Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service in 1944, eagerly awaited the show. It was nearly 60 years ago, but Montgomery recalled Bob Hope's act clearly. On Monday, Montgomery and other seniors at the Costa Mesa Senior Center recalled Hope fondly.
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August 1, 2012
Frank Lloyd Hall March 7, 1938 - June 15, 2012 Frank Hall was born in Los Angeles, CA to Leon and Mary (Maizie) Hall. He lived his early years in Eagle Rock and on a ranch near Moorpark, CA. In 1945 he came to Balboa with his brother, Howard and lived with his mother and grandmother (Eleanor Vallely).  He was in the class of 1956 at Newport Harbor High School.  He graduated from Orange Coast College with additional studies at Pacific States University and Riverside Community College.
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July 31, 2003
In a business in which age was mostly a guarded secret, Bob Hope always laid it out straight. He was born in Eltham, England in 1903, and when he hit 100 a few months ago, the world knew. And when he died this week, the world mourned. He was an icon to three generations of American soldiers and sailors, and although I never crossed his path in the Pacific in World War II, I was privileged to know him a little because I did a lengthy profile of him 30 years ago for Good Housekeeping magazine.
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January 2, 2013
McCray, John Woodworth December 14, 1939 - December 28, 2012 John Woodworth McCray died on December 28, 2012 at age 73, surrounded by his family at his home in Newport Beach, California.  Born and raised in Toluca Lake, California, the son of Ruth Woodworth McCray and Alan Archer McCray, he spent his youth in the Los Angeles area, where he met the love of his life, Elizabeth Hromadka McCray, in the 7th grade.  He attended the Harvard School in...
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August 1, 2012
Frank Lloyd Hall March 7, 1938 - June 15, 2012 Frank Hall was born in Los Angeles, CA to Leon and Mary (Maizie) Hall. He lived his early years in Eagle Rock and on a ranch near Moorpark, CA. In 1945 he came to Balboa with his brother, Howard and lived with his mother and grandmother (Eleanor Vallely).  He was in the class of 1956 at Newport Harbor High School.  He graduated from Orange Coast College with additional studies at Pacific States University and Riverside Community College.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | June 22, 2009
In the parking lot of a golf course once home to the likes of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, Paul Salata networked in Toluca Lake on Wednesday. The founder of Irrelevant Week handed out literature about Ryan Succop. The last player selected in April’s NFL Draft — 256th by the Kansas City Chiefs — has it hard as it is. He’s a kicker and his last name is pronounced “suck-up.” No celebrity playing at Lakeside Golf Club was going to think that’s cool.
FEATURES
By TONY DODERO | March 7, 2008
Comedian George Lopez sees golf as a metaphor for his life. “It rewired my system,“ he told me Thursday as we walked up to the 9th tee at Newport Beach Country Club. “When I was growing up I was dishonest and tried to do things the easy way.” Golf, he told me, is not like that. Golf has made him do things the right way, he said. He doesn’t try to cut corners. He doesn’t give up so easily. “Golf allows me to make my mistakes on the golf course.
NEWS
October 4, 2007
 passed away peacefully Tuesday, Oct. 2, after bravely battling several medical conditions for six months. Born Aug. 3, 1921 in Los Angeles, June became a model, then a showgirl at the Earl Carroll Theater in Hollywood, famous for the slogan “Through these portals pass the most beautiful girls in the world."
NEWS
By: | September 3, 2005
LOEF--FORLANO Jennifer Loef and Peter Forlano of Los Angeles were married at Wetherly Garden at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Rabbi Marc Rubenstein officiated. The maid of honor was Rachel Green (Ayers) and the bridesmaids were Saige Haselkorn and Jessica McClellan. The best man was Ryan Bowne and the groomsmen were Frank Forlano and Jay Gyer. Ali and Youssef Tawil were the ring bearers. The couple honeymooned at St. Lucia and are living in Toluca Lake.
NEWS
July 31, 2003
In a business in which age was mostly a guarded secret, Bob Hope always laid it out straight. He was born in Eltham, England in 1903, and when he hit 100 a few months ago, the world knew. And when he died this week, the world mourned. He was an icon to three generations of American soldiers and sailors, and although I never crossed his path in the Pacific in World War II, I was privileged to know him a little because I did a lengthy profile of him 30 years ago for Good Housekeeping magazine.
NEWS
July 29, 2003
Lolita Harper She was dressed sharply in her navy blue uniform and cap. The air was cool and the night was electric at Treasure Island in San Francisco. Dorothy Montgomery, serving in the Navy as a Woman Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service in 1944, eagerly awaited the show. It was nearly 60 years ago, but Montgomery recalled Bob Hope's act clearly. On Monday, Montgomery and other seniors at the Costa Mesa Senior Center recalled Hope fondly.
NEWS
November 23, 2000
Couple differs on 'The Grinch' "Poor Grinch. Nobody likes him because he's different," said Tabatha, our 10-year-old granddaughter. "I feel sorry for him, even if he is green, hairy, smelly and scary." Gay says: Jim Carrey (the Grinch) is brilliant with his own special energy -- jumping, plummeting, twisting and turning, hissing and grimacing as he explodes through tunnels, snow and garbage mountains without recoiling! But he scares the 3- to 5-year-old crowd.
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