2014 People Archive Stories

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  • On the Right Track By: Jessica Husami
    When Andrew Wunderlich was a rookie police officer, he was called to the scene of his first traffic collision: two possible fatalities, one suspected intoxicated driver and emergency vehicles on arrival. When he pulled up, the story unfurled. Two 16-year-olds had been on their way back from a date when they were T-boned by a drunk driver who had
    Fri Mar 14, 2014
  • Becoming the Best Version of You By: Paula Klein
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    Thu Mar 06, 2014
  • Behind the Scenes: Mark Patterson Jewelry By: Terence Loose
    Going behind the scenes of Mark Patterson Jewelers is as easy as entering its showroom. That’s because Patterson and his business partner/wife Josette, a designer, sculptor and painter, designed their store in the style of an open-kitchen restaurant, all
    Thu Feb 27, 2014
  • A Toast To Community By: ANNE VALDESPINO
    Coast Magazine had not presented its Community Awards since 2001, but “It made sense to resurrect them,” said Editor-in-Chief Justine Amodeo during opening remarks at a dinner celebrating the nominees February 3 at AnQi Bistro in South Coast Plaza.“The list was impressive,” said Executive Editor Kedric
    Mon Feb 17, 2014
  • Life of an Event Planner – Part One By: Natalie Vishny
    HELP FOR THE GROOM TO-BEAre you a groom to-be that needs a little help? Natalie Vishny is offering a 30-minute, by
    Fri Feb 14, 2014
  • The Wedding Guy By: Jessica Husami
    “Are you married?” I ask. “No, but my girlfriend is,” replies Alan Katz.Katz, the owner of and presiding officiant at Great Officiants, is a joker. He also has a passion for performance – a trait evident in his mannerisms and ability to project his voice across a room, and to transition from jokester to
    Thu Feb 13, 2014
  • Flying High By: Sherri Cruz
    The Methuselah fruit fly lives for about four months – four times longer than an ordinary fruit fly.They’re also more vigorous. “They beat up the other flies and take their women away,” says Gregory Benford, a retired UC Irvine physics professor.Benford, 72, is co-founder of Genescient Corp., a Fou
    Wed Jan 15, 2014