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By Jeremiah Dobruck | March 26, 2013
After pitching a script to his visual arts classmates at Newport Harbor High School, 18-year-old Tyler Carlin went to work on his short film, with some added competition as motivation. "Mine's about a teenager and a zombie apocalypse world," the senior said. "He's kind of chilling at home with his girlfriend and he really gets a hunger for some Cheetos. " Since December, he's led his cast and crew across Newport Beach and Lakewood to complete his character's snack-driven post-apocalyptic journey.
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July 12, 2005
TODAY ALL DAY Maternity Barn, Small Animal Tent, Egg-Laying Contest, Small Animal Posters, Educational Displays, Oxen, and Market Animals on Display -- Livestock Area Discover the Fair Button Scavenger Hunt -- Youth In Motion Callin' You Over to Play (Free Hands-on Toy Area) -- Blue Gate Entrance Crafty Chicks -- Home and Hobbies Orange County Society for Calligraphy -- Home and Hobbies California China Painters Art Assn.
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February 21, 2014
A Corona del Mar High School sophomore is one of 27 students advancing to the state level in the National Parent Teacher Assn. Reflections Program. Kendall Kurzweil, who entered a dance choreography routine titled "I Will Be," is the only CdM student to move on to the state competition, according to a news release. Kendall is a member of the Orchesis Dance Company and the National Honor Society at CdM. The Reflections Program provides opportunities for students to express themselves creatively with original works of art inspired by a pre-selected theme.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | March 26, 2013
After pitching a script to his visual arts classmates at Newport Harbor High School, 18-year-old Tyler Carlin went to work on his short film, with some added competition as motivation. "Mine's about a teenager and a zombie apocalypse world," the senior said. "He's kind of chilling at home with his girlfriend and he really gets a hunger for some Cheetos. " Since December, he's led his cast and crew across Newport Beach and Lakewood to complete his character's snack-driven post-apocalyptic journey.
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By Michael Alexander | October 21, 2008
Would you rather have your fourth-grader go to a school that teaches robotics, has wireless Internet, a broadcast TV station, smart boards and electronic slates, and even a “Wii Lab?” Or would you prefer a black box theater, opera club, art gallery, script-writing classes, honors choir and Mac iBooks for every student fourth grade and above? The Newport-Mesa Unified School District board met Tuesday in a study session, and members appeared to agree on the top choices for Davis Elementary School, which they aim to turn into a magnet next year: either a Creative Arts/Visual Arts and Performing Arts school, or a school with a Science/Technology/Math theme.
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ALL DAY Maternity Barn, Small Animal Tent, Egg Laying Contest, Small Animal Posters, Educational Displays, Oxen, Llamas, Breeding Sheep, Angora Goats, Dairy Goats and Dairy Cattle on Display -- Livestock Area Discover the Fair Button Scavenger Hunt -- Youth In Motion Callin' You Over to Play -- Free Hands-on Toy Area, Contests, and Rubik's Cube Demonstrations -- Blue Gate Entrance Scale Squadron --...
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