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San Clemente Journal

From Cottage to Family Home, Job Well Done

Mar 27, 2017 ● By Joan Ray

In 1989 Juli Kahanamoku and her husband, Rudy Atencio were renting a house in Presidential Heights,

Jennifer Joyce A Ceramic Artist- Sculptor at Work

Mar 27, 2017 ● By Anne Batty

Obscurely hidden in a former woodworking shop on one of San Clemente’s roads less traveled; Jennifer Joyce, is not only creating art, she is helping others to do the same.

Stewart Surfboards, Making Waves for 40 Years

Mar 27, 2017 ● By Rebecca Parsons

Like many kids that grew up in Southern California, my first surfboard was shaped by Bill Stewart.

I Can See Clearly Now!

Mar 27, 2017 ● By Donia Moore

If Will Howard does the sport, Dragon Alliance makes the eyewear to cover it.

Making Socks in Flip-Flop Town

Mar 06, 2017 ● By Donia Moore

Stance is a clothing manufacturer that makes and sells socks and underwear, as well as its unique culture.

Adele Lux Makes a Place of Her Own

Mar 06, 2017 ● By Donia Moore

Adele’s Café at the lovely San Clemente Inn is open 365 days a year from 7 am to 2 pm. Most of the time you can find Adele there personally supervising the American home-style cooking.

San Clemente Garden Club

Mar 06, 2017 ● By Joan Ray

Spring is on the horizon, meaning the time has come to begin thinking about birds singing, bees buzzing and homeowners sprucing up their gardens.

The Coral Thrift Shop - Serving the Community Over 50 Years

Mar 06, 2017 ● By Joan Ray

The Coral Thrift Shop has been serving local residents since 1963, when seven local mothers wanted to make a difference in the community.

Dave Cook's Pro Shop

Mar 06, 2017 ● By Don Kindred

Allan Cook already had 20 years experience when the opportunity arose for him to take over the San Clemente municipal golf shop in 1966.

St. Clement’s by-the-Sea, San Clemente’s First Church

Feb 23, 2017 ● By Anne Batty

Eighty-eight years ago, San Clemente founder Ole Hanson offered first-comers the gift of two lots on Avenida Aragon for the establishment of a church in his “Village by the Sea.”