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Laguna Niguel (Orange, California)

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  • Letters: finding cheap tickets, train to San Simeon

    Try box office for cheap tickets I agree with nine out of Jane Engle's 10 tips for saving money ["London on the Cheap (Or Cheaper)," More for Your Money, Dec. 30]. Her No. 10 (on the TKTS ticket booth at Leicester Square) is one I wouldn't follow....
  • Travelpost.com reviews hotels

    Travelpost.com, acquired by Sidestep.com in 2006, is another entrant into the hotel review world. What's hot: It tries to do what TripAdvisor.com does: provide user reviews of hotels. But Travelpost adds profiles of the users, so you'll know the gender,...
  • Meet Your 'Bachelor: London Calling' Women

    ABC has once again found 25 women willing to give themselves a 4-percent chance at perhaps finding love with a man on national television. They are the women of "The Bachelor: London Calling," who will try to win the heart of the show's first Euro-...
  • Brokers critique mortgage mini-boom story

     
    Reader reaction was generally favorable to a front-page Times story Friday on home loan applications increasing as average interest rates for 30-year mortgages fell below 5%. But a couple of brokers complained that the article omitted some crucial points....
  • Cafe Habana in Malibu; Design Cafe at Pacific Design Center; Raya at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel

     
    The Pacific Design Center's Design Cafe has reopened with a Mitteleuropa-meets-California-cuisine menu by Food + Lab, the brainchild of Esther and Nino Linsmayer. Open for breakfast and lunch, the Design Cafe kiosk offers morning items such as house-...
  • Orange County sheriff's deputy charged with DUI and injuring woman, 78 [Updated]

     
    An off-duty Orange County sheriff's deputy was arrested and charged Wednesday with injuring a 78-year-old woman in a car crash while driving under the influence of prescription drugs, authorities said. Allan James Waters, 36, a Laguna Niguel resident, was...
  • Orange County firm accused of defrauding federal healthcare programs settles case for $3.6 million

     
    An Orange County company that provided heart monitoring services has agreed to pay $3.6 million to settle a lawsuit in which the company is accused of defrauding government healthcare programs, the U.S attorney’s office said Thursday. The lawsuit...
  • O.C. mom charged with dumping baby in trash bin faces trial

     
    A Laguna Niguel mother charged with attempting to kill her newborn girl by dumping her in a trash bin will face trial Wednesday, authorities said. Shawn Kelli Sepulveda, 40, who is also charged with child abuse, is scheduled to be......
  • Mortgage rates continue to fall -- but qualifying is no picnic

     
    The Gershwin standard is "Nice Work If You Can Get It." The refrain in today's housing market would be: nice loans -- IF you can get them. Fixed mortgage rates have dropped even further, making this the sixth straight week......
  • Hawaiian International Billfish tournament underway

     
    The Hawaiian International Billfish tournament began Monday as it has for more than 50 years, with the now legendary phrase: "Start fishing, start fishing, start fishing!" Taking place through Friday off Kona, the 51st annual "grandfather of all big game....
  • Japan's Kona Game Fishing Club-Kusatu wins Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament

     
    "Stop fishing, stop fishing, stop fishing," rang out at exactly 4:30 p.m. for the final time, and with those words Friday, the 51st annual Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament came to a close off Kailua-Kona. This year’s tournament champion and...
  • The Richard Sandoval show: Zengo, Raya and La Sandia

     
    Richard Sandoval, the chef-restaurateur whose empire spans Washington, D.C., New York, San Francisco, Denver, Las Vegas, Chicago, Mexico City, Acapulco and Dubai, has opened three restaurants in Southern California since spring. Latin-Asian restaurant...