Poetry written on a scrap of paper in the middle of the night, by a friend of 62 years, has set artist Susan Marcley on a journey that she feels “was meant to be.” And as her life story unfolds this would certainly seem to be true.
Though the mere mention of the holidays may stir up feelings of nostalgia and comfort in some, it might very well throw others into a state of panic. From holiday parties and gift wrapping to food preparation and shopping, the ‘to-do’ list quadruples at this time of year.
Some of the most common questions we get from customers at San Clemente Wine Company concern what wines go with what foods. A lot of people mistakenly believe that they will ruin the whole meal if they make the “wrong” wine choice.
Change is in the ocean air. Elections, stock market, and employment opportunities seem to be moving in all directions. But the weather is a constant here in San Clemente with its warm days and brisk nights.
Several years in the planning, the first Annual San Clemente Jazz Festival will commence Saturday September 5th 2009. This festival will kick off the Labor Day week-end, and its message will be … make San Clemente your jazz destination for the holiday.
San Clemente’s 2008 Summer Concert Series kicked off on Friday, June 6, with “Live Jazz” performed by the San Clemente High School and Shorecliffs Middle School Jazz Bands.
Ten-years-ago, San Clementean Betty Limberg asked that question of several friends. When she asked San Clemente Friends of the Library President Rachael Mitchell, she found a kindred soul, and within a year, they formed a committee and an Authors’ Lunch became a reality in San Clemente.
For many people, the idea of dog massage conjures up images of pampered pooches and extravagant doggie spas. Think again, say the owners of AllWays Dogz, a new business based in San Clemente that offers serious treatment options to help dogs live longer, healthier lives.
Logan White’s first book will be published soon. Although he is only 11-years-old, he has a lot to say about his life so far, and a local foundation is giving him (and other kids at the San Clemente Boys and Girls Club) a voice and a vehicle to tell his story.
Encompassed in San Clemente are eighteen parks, both smaller neighborhood parks and larger community sports and recreation complexes.