Friday, May 31, 2013

RSM Flag Day Celebration to include 9Th Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony

Community Members are Encouraged to Bring Worn Flags to the Ceremony

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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – In honor of Flag Day, Saddleback Valley American Legion Post 862 and Scout Troup 623 will be retiring worn and unserviceable U.S. flags during a Flag Retirement Ceremony on Friday, June 14.  The ceremony will begin at sunset (approximately 7:45 p.m.) in the City Hall parking lot located at 22112 El Paseo.

According to the U.S. Flag Code, "The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning".

The colors of the flag are symbolic:  red symbolizes hardiness and valor; white symbolizes purity and innocence and blue represents vigilance, perseverance and justice.

The community is encouraged to participate in this sacred and honored tradition by bringing their worn flags to the ceremony.  To stay comfortable, the American Legion recommends the public bring chairs. 

Residents who are unable to attend the ceremony may drop worn flags off at City Hall between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., no later than June 14th at 5:00 p.m.  


Posted by Chriss Street

With over three-quarters of U.S. voters, including 63% of Democrats, wanting a special prosecutor appointed to investigate the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of Tea Party groups, President Obama is being forced to nominate Republican James B. Comey to be the next Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Mr. Comey commands bi-partisan respect for his courageous stand, as the Acting Attorney General, blocking the Bush Administration’s efforts to implement broad-based and unwarranted domestic surveillance of Americans.  

Given that FBI Directors usually serve for long periods, the Obama Administration would have been keen on appointing a Democrat with strong ideological credentials.  But with four major scandals engulfing the White House, the Administration is in no position to wage a partisan confirmation campaign and decided to nominate a conservative Republican to be the next Director of the FBI.

Mr. Comey and his wife are both registered Republicans and donated to the Presidential campaigns of U.S. Senator John McCain in 2008 and Governor Mitt Romney in 2012. 

 Mr. Comey was also the target of tremendous opposition by liberals in 2009, when it was reported by Politico that his name had been included on a “short list” for nominees to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice David Souter.  John Brittain of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law stated, 

He was deputy attorney general serving in Bush’s administration. He came in with the Bushies.  What makes you think he’d be just an inch or two more to the center than [Chief Justice] Roberts?

After leaving the FBI, Mr. Comey served as General Counsel of Lockheed Martin and the $145 billion Bridgewater Associates Hedge Fund.  Currently, he serves as a Hertog Fellow on National Security Law at Columbia University Law School and is a Board Member of the Board of HSBC Holdings, the second largest bank in the world.

In the early 1990s, Mr. Comey made a name for himself as the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division of the New York U.S. Attorney’s Office prosecuting the Gambino Mafia crime family.  He later prosecuted the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing case in Saudi Arabia.  Based on his strong national security credentials, he was promoted in 2002 to be the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and led the 911 terrorist attack investigations.  Two years later, he became the number 2 agent at the FBI and ran the day to day operations for 30,000 employees.

Mr. Comey would replace Robert S. Mueller III, who has served as FBI Director for almost 12 years, after also being appointed by President George W. Bush in September of 2001.  Mr. Mueller, a former highly decorated Marine, is credited transforming the FBI into one of America’s chief weapons in the War on Terror.

In early January 2006, The New York Times, as part of their investigation into alleged illegal domestic surveillance by the National Security Agency, reported that Mr. Comey, who was Acting Attorney General during the March 2004 surgical hospitalization of John Ashcroft, refused to “certify” the legality of unlimited warrantless domestic surveillance by the National Security Agency.  President George W. Bush had issued the NSA an Executive Order and was seeking Justice Department authority to begin blanket monitoring of phone calls, Internet activity, text messaging, and other communication involving any party believed by the NSA to be outside the U.S., even if the monitoring took place within the U.S.  Critics claimed that the NSA snooping was an attempt to silence critics of the Bush Administration policies.

After Mr. Comey’s refusal to certify the Executive Order, Andrew H. Card Jr., White House Chief of Staff, and Alberto R. Gonzales, then White House Counsel and future Attorney General, made an emergency visit to George Washington University Hospital, in an unsuccessful attempt to win approval directly from Ashcroft for the program.  Mr. Comey went to the hospital to give Ashcroft support to withstand White House pressure.

In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in May of 2007, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III stated that he agreed with Mr. Comey’s position and that both men were prepared to resign if the White House ignored the Department of Justice’s opinion on the illegality of NSA wiretapping.  Faced with a Constitutional crisis and a public relations nightmare, President Bush reluctantly agreed to significant reductions to the surveillance program’s scale and breadth.

The White House’s willingness to nominate a pro-privacy advocate as FBI Director, at a time the Administration is mired in multiple scandals over trashing privacy, demonstrates the desperate need of the Administration to try to regain the public trust.  Nominating Mr. Comey may be useful for the Obama Administration to remind Americans that the Bush Administration also tried to trample privacy rights.  But with revelations that a key IRS manager took the Fifth Amendment and the Senate Judiciary Committee may seek indictment of Attorney General Eric Holder for perjury, a tuff new Republican FBI Director may soon be investigating the Administration.

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Chris Christie Threatens Vets with Going Napolitano

By Chriss Street

American Land Forces Institute is reporting that just before America honored our veterans on Memorial Day, the New Jersey State Civil Service Commission, whose members are appointed by Governor Chris Christie, proposed changes that might restrict New Jersey’s long standing “absolute veteran’s preference” in hiring of state workers.  

Given that statutory veterans’ preferences have been available in all 50 states since the First World War One; any reduction in the New Jersey “earned” preference would be a troubling precedent in a time when substantial numbers of veterans are returning from war.

Currently all states have veterans preferences in hiring and absolute preferences for disabled veterans. 

 Prominently located on their Civil Service website is a statement that New Jersey
values the contributions that our veterans have made, and continue to make, for our country’s freedom and for other nations around the world.  As such, New Jersey’s merit system provides absolute veterans preference in employee selection. This means that qualified veterans are placed at the top of an open competitive employment list ahead of non-veterans regardless of their scores.”

On May 17, 2013, the New Jersey Civil Service Commission held a public hearing on “revisions” to hiring procedures for the State of New Jersey.  Currently, qualified veterans are placed at the top of an open competitive employment lists ahead of non-veterans.  Disabled veterans are also placed on promotional lists according to their scores, plus a certain number of points advantage.      Disabled veterans and veterans are placed on promotional lists according to their scores, but they have preference over non-veterans when they are at the top of a certification list for an appointing authority.

The United States Office of Personnel Management administers entitlement to veterans’ preferences in employment under Title 5, United States Code, and oversees other statutory employment requirements in Titles 5 and 38.  Currently all states provide veterans preferences in hiring and absolute preferences in hiring for disabled veterans.  Employees are hired and promoted based on examinations, but Civil Service preferences governing hiring and promotion have created millions of public service jobs for veterans across our nation.

There appears to have been significant political pressure brought to bear in New Jersey to “eliminate” Civil Service preferences and adopt hiring outcomes to avoid discrimination against gays, women, and other minority groups.  Under the changes, some jobs would be grouped together as part of a “band;” allowing managers to move employees from one position to another without the need for exams.  The state says that will streamline promotions and save money.

ALFI is concerned, since the majority of veterans historically have been male, the Civil Service changes would result in a dramatic impact on the hiring and promotion of military veterans.  Such changes would open the door to crony favoritism and political patronage.  The Communication Workers of America, New Jersey’s largest public workers’ union, are also cautioned that the new Civil Service rule changes may violate the New Jersey State Constitution.

Clearly, these monumental changes in New Jersey hiring procedures were not thoroughly vetted by veterans’ support groups.  The New Jersey Civil Service Commission held only one public hearing on the matter — and none of the commission’s members were present.

Due to lack of communications, less than a dozen individual veterans and no organized veterans support group attended the Civil Service Commission hearing.  Joseph Fornarotto, Commander of the Belleville-Nutley, New Jersey Disabled American Veterans warned after learning of the meeting: “With these rules, Gov. Christie is stabbing veterans in the back.”  He added that veterans need help in landing jobs and not the lack of it.

Since ALFI started inquiring about this issue, Michael Drewniak, spokesman for Gov. Chris Christie’s office, said the idea that the proposal will eliminate or diminish veterans’ preference is “simply false.”  But members of Christie’s own political party are now increasingly skeptical of the changes.  Former state Sen. Peter Inverso released a statement today calling for the Civil Service Commission to hold more hearings on the proposal.

  “I think there is a possible win-win scenario because as a former civil service employee, I know the frustration of waiting for promotional exams to be performed, front line employees wait for a long bureaucratic test process which delays promotion and needed staff to supervisors who remain short-staffed,” Cook said. “We just need to make sure the process protects veterans and is fair to all involved.”

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Lets’ Meet for Soiree this weekend at Icicle Creek

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Leavernworth, WA -  Where else can we meet for a soiree where Broadway meets Bavaria, but at the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, 7409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA this Saturday June 1 at 6:00 pm

 Icicle Creek Center for the Arts (ICCA) - is  Destination for Extraordinary Performances & Inspired Learning Experiences, Dedicated to celebrating excellence in the lively arts and inspiring generations of students, artists and audiences through exceptional educational experiences, live performances, and special events - all in the breathtaking, natural setting of the mountain meadows

The event is being advertised as dazzling, delightful accompanied with wine,  and  dinner, followed by a cast of top-notch Broadway and Pacific Northwest performers singing your favorites from Broadway's "Golden Age" and some new, contemporary songs as well.

Broadway soiree

The last  ICAA Broadway Soiree sold out quickly, so don't miss this one! "Show-only"

Monday, May 27, 2013

2013 Saddleback College Art Exhibit Awards Announced

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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – Saddleback College Art Gallery Director Bob Rickerson announced on May 14, 2013, announced the the winners of the 2013 Student Art Exhibition.  Students received their awards at an artists’ reception and awards ceremony on May 14th.  With the exception of the President’s and Dean’s Choice Awards, Saddleback College students selected the award winners through a voting process conducted in the gallery during the exhibition.  Over 300 students cast their vote in the categories of painting, printmaking, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography and jewelry. 

L-R:  Bob Rickerson, Aaron (Ike) Rose Photo: Nina Welch

Natures Elegance - Photo: Bob Rickerson

And the winners are!

Best of Show
Aaron (Ike) Rosen for his sculpture in stone Natures Elegance
President’s Choice
Antoinette Barnum for her Oil and Acrylic California Landscape
Dean’s Choice
Gina Whitney for her sculpture in bronze Little Owl
Design 2/3D
First                                       Ariana Johnson                 Jack Nicklaus
Second                                 Traci Henry                         An Underwood Typewriter

First                                       Leslie Shattuck                  Off the Wall
Second                                 Carol Kornievsky              The Treasures Hidden Within

First                                       Erin Kennedy                     The Messenger
Second                                 Varsha Patel                       Serenity

First                                       Justin Brown                      March Hare
Second                                 Caroline Verhagen          Rose

First                                       Charlie Sommer                Isis Recovered
Second                                 Jim Firpo                              Once Upon a Time

First                                       Larry Oien                           Freedom

First                                       Mary Klein                          Mermaids are Among Us
Second                                 Sharon Inbar                      City People

First                                       Maura Ferrero-Baroni    Fly Away
Second                                 Rachel Budai                      People of Many
First                                       Robert Olinto                     Contrails over Moonstones Beach
Second                                 Mitch Ridder                      Hotel Laguna
First                                       Linda West                          Girl with Pot on Her Head
Second                                 Linda Hornbeck                 Cassie and Her Shadow
First                                       Catherine Borsellino       Grace-Beauty-Power
Second                                 Eva Domagalska                Persimmon Branches                    
The college’s Art Gallery is one of South Orange County’s primary outlets for creative expression in traditional and conceptual art.  Exhibitions featuring works by local, regional and nationally known artists are presented from September to July.  The month of May is reserved for the annual multi-media Juried Student Exhibition.  The Art Gallery is an important part of the instructional program.  Students enrolled in the gallery display and exhibition classes learn how to plan, design, install and organize gallery space through art exhibitions.

Located in Mission Viejo, Saddleback College provides quality higher education and training to the greater south Orange County community.  Having served more than 500,000 students since 1968, Saddleback College offers over 300 degree and certificate programs to help students reach their personal, career, and educational goals.  For more information, please visit and for Fine Arts information, please  

Eleven Saddleback College Arts Scholarships Announced

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Rancho Santa, CA – The Angels for the Arts organization at Saddleback College presented scholarship awards in the amount of $1000 each to students in the Arts at Saddleback College in the Studio Theatre on May 14th.  

Dean Bart McHenry congratulates dancer Brittany Lockhart, representing the Dance Department, Photo Nina Welch

The 11 recipients, their parents and friends joined the Angels Board, Angels members, faculty and staff for dessert and coffee for this intimate ceremony.  Board President Barbara Kroe addressed the audience and introduced Committee Chair Ron Stenson, who described the process. Dean Bart McHenry presided over the ceremony introducing each recipient, who performed, presented or discussed their particular medium.
Tod Burnett, Saddleback College President, stated “The Angels for the Arts at Saddleback College should be highly-commended for their continuous and dedicated support to our students and performing and visual arts programs. I would like to extend my warmest of congratulations to our student scholarship winners, whose talents are an inspiration throughout our campus and community.

“I am thrilled to congratulate this year’s recipients of the Angels for the Arts scholarships. The wide-range of outstanding talent we have here at Saddleback never ceases to amaze me.  I am extremely grateful that the Angels Board always offers caring and enthusiastic support for our students,” said Dean of Fine Arts and Media Technology Bart McHenry.

About the recipients in their own words:

Anastasya Korol, Vocalist, Music Department: “I am not afraid of challenges and I always seek to stretch myself and reach for the next level. A soon as I entered the music program, I auditioned for Joey Sellers’ Jazz Ensemble and Big Band. I am now the female singer for both Jazz Ensemble and Big Band. This has been an amazing experience for me. I was instantly thrown into a collective of very advanced and professional musicians, and I gladly stepped up to the challenge. My vocal technique, jazz styling and stage performances have improved dramatically in these last six months since I began this journey.”

Golnaz Lessani, Pianist, Music Department: 
“To be a musician is to be free to create, to interpret and to express oneself. Where I come from, a place 7,569 miles away, to be a musician is to be suppressed. I grew up in a country known for its lack of freedom, Iran. I see myself moving to the musician’s mecca, New York City, for some performing experience and to seek out schools so I can achieve my master’s degree.  After completing school, I would enjoy touring and performing around the world.”

Vanessa Donofrio, Artist/Printmaker, Visual Arts Department: “A dear friend of mine and a talented artist taught me to watercolor. Her life changed dramatically after a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. I continued to go over to her house and watercolor with her until she could no longer paint. Even after her passing, her passion lives on in her masterpieces hanging on my wall. I could only hope to be lucky enough to create art until the very end of my life too. I know that it is my calling to teach and facilitate art with others. Art, printmaking and teaching art to adults and children with special needs are my life.”

Shadi Ghaheri, Director, Theatre Arts Department: “Theatre is the most powerful magic I have known in my life. I believe in the power of theatre, lifting the artist and the audience to a fuller experience of their humanity, transporting them deeply into their capacity for empathy, compassion and creativity.”

Solana Price, Actor, Theatre Arts Department: “The craft of acting is constant growth and constant learning. Theatre brings light to my days and gives me a reason to wake up every morning and be a better person for myself and for others.”

Stephanie Hepner, Actor, Theatre Arts Department: “At nineteen, having just moved here from Argentina, I stepped into Acting 1 and fell in love. I found that I was able to express myself, experiment and explore the experiences of others. I could dig deep into societal idiosyncrasies and life lessons learned by observing human behavior.”

Sosan Sayed, Fashion Designer, Fashion Department: “I’ve been continuously building a network and collaborating with other aspiring designers. I have volunteered at several fashion shows and events. I helped hand sew and hand bead many of the garments in the Marisa Kenson fashion show. I also competed in the “Trashin Fashion Contest” at the Aquarium of the Pacific and created a completely recycled non-textile garment. My passion and dream has always been to have my own successful business and clothing line with my sister.”

Brandon Petersen, Video Production, CTVR Department: “At Saddleback, students make films. Literally minutes before I sat down to write this, Mark Kruhmin, Head of SCTV, asked me to camera operate on another project that Channel 39 is producing later this month. I can’t tell you how good it feels to be part of a scholastic community where opportunities abound. The CTVR program is without a doubt the most satisfying educational experience I’ve ever gone through and I plan to use it to catapult me into the life I have always envisioned for myself, working in Hollywood.”

Brittany Lockhart, Dancer, Dance Department: 
“I only started thinking about dance as a career during my first semester at Saddleback when I was fortunate enough to be able to see the Diavolo Dance Theatre perform. My first modern dance class led to performances at the Big Band Swing Thing, The Human Chess Project, The Rite of Spring, ArchiTexture Dance as well as being selected to attend the 2013 American College Dance Festival.”

Nikki Ramirez, Artist, Visual Arts Department: “My grandmother told me that I started drawing all my favorite cartoons at the age of two. Throughout my young life I always found myself content with drawing all sorts of characters, sceneries, signs and even cards to the people I loved. My perfect dream is to finish school and be the artist my grandparents and I see in myself. Love, hope and hard work keeps this little family stitched together and one day I will repay them with my success!”

Ariel Savage, Filmmaker, CTVR Department: 
“For a while I wanted to be an anthropologist so I could spend my life studying people. It was not until I attended UC Santa Cruz that I realized I wanted to be a filmmaker. To me admitting you want to enter into an industry built on dreams is a brave thing to do. I did it though and once I did, I never regretted it. Three films that I’ve produced or directed screened this past April at the Newport Beach Film Festival. I entered Saddleback knowing nothing about how to make a movie, now, after benefiting from the incredible tutelage of the CTVR department, I have confidence in myself as a filmmaker and I have made many great connections that I will keep for years to come.”

Mark Hay, Costume Design, Theatre Arts: 
“In Spring 2012, I enrolled in the Costume Design class. The class designed and created costumes for three productions. Each production had different challenges and required extensive research that covered the historical period, the style and genre of the play,  the director’s vision of the piece and the articulation of the design as seen by the costume designer of each show, Diane Lewis. The journey of the character is revealed by what they wear. This fascinates me and stimulates my creative imagination. Costume design is home for me.”
The Angels for the Arts is a fundraising and support organization for the Performing and Visual Arts at Saddleback College.  Angel members donate their time and talent to raise funds and assist with a variety of arts events on the campus.  The group is led by a volunteer advisory board of directors.  Angel members believe in the importance of offering a full spectrum of arts to the community, with the college as the focal point.  These events bring together Orange County residents from all walks of life, for the purpose of enlightenment, entertainment, and inspiration. The Angels also provide support for scholarships for students in Visual & Performing Arts, MainStage Kids Productions, master classes with professional artists, hospitality for guest artist performers and crew, enhancements for arts patrons, such as the tram, and the annual Big Band Swing Thing fundraiser.

Located in Mission Viejo, Saddleback College provides quality higher education and training to the greater south Orange County community.  Having served more than 500,000 students since 1968, Saddleback College offers over 300 degree and certificate programs to help students reach their personal, career, and educational goals.  For more information, please visit and for Fine Arts information, please  


Saddleback Jazz Lab Honored at Oceanside Jazz Festival

Saddleback’s freshman saxophonist Luke Reeder was honored with the “Outstanding Soloist” Award.

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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA -  Directed by Saddleback faculty Joey Sellers, Saddleback College’s Jazz Lab Ensemble was the only two-year school to receive a superior rating at the 7th Annual Oceanside Jazz Festival held on Saturday, May 4that MiraCosta College. Saddleback’s freshman saxophonist Luke Reeder was honored with the “Outstanding Soloist” Award.

Each band in the festival performed a 45-minute performance/clinic and although this festival is non-competitive, the bands are scored and outstanding soloists and sections are recognized. The Saddleback Jazz Lab Ensemble included Scott Yamashiro, Austin Archer, Luke Reeder, Richard Wisniach, and Josh Romano, saxophone; Chris Reed, trumpet; Reggie Lull, trombone; Alex Kratzer and Jalani Thompson, guitar, Justin Hershey and Ben Elliott, piano, Braham Goldstein and Robert Felix, bass; Stephen Morris and James Daley, drums/percussion and Anastasya Korol, vocalist.

Director of Jazz Studies Joey Sellers stated, “Our students played creatively and represented this great American Music admirably. The festival is set up to be a learning experience, and we got a lot out of the excellent clinicians at the festival. Glad we were able to provide this experience for our students.”

Bart McHenry, Dean of Fine Arts and Media Technology stated, “Congratulations to the hardworking Saddleback jazz lab students and soloist Luke Reeder, under the direction of Joey Sellers, for the recent accolades bestowed on them at the Oceanside Jazz Festival. I am confident that local high school students will follow in the footsteps of Mr. Reeder as Saddleback College is earning the reputation as a ‘ go to’ school for Jazz Studies.”
Jazz Studies at Saddleback College emphasizes creativity through improvisation and ensemble performance. Focusing on the historical, theoretical and intuitive aspects of this American music, Director Joey Sellers and an outstanding cadre of nationally recognized musicians comprise the jazz faculty. Curricula include Improvisation,Jazz Composition and Arranging, Jazz History Syllabus, Jazz History Audio, Jazz History Podcast, Jazz Piano,Saddleback Big Band, Jazz Lab Ensemble, and Combos.  Students in Jazz Studies at Saddleback College have transferred to prestigious institutions including University of Southern California, Eastman School of Music, Berkeley School of Music, Cal State Northridge, UCLA, Cal State Fullerton, University of California at San Diego, and other regional institutions.  Some of our alumni have gone on to play professionally with Frank Zappa, Diana Ross, and other high-profile artists and organizations.
Located in Mission Viejo, Saddleback College provides quality higher education and training to the greater south Orange County community.  Having served more than 500,000 students since 1968, Saddleback College offers more than 300 degree and certificate programs to help students reach their personal, career, and educational goals.  For more information, please visit  For Fine Arts events,

US Marine King of Cool Steve McQueen: Semper Fi


By Chriss Street

Steve McQueen, famously known as the “King of Cool”, is more than just the anti-hero persona presented in his movies; he also served honorably the United States Marine Corps from 1947 to 1950.

McQueen lived a rather tumultuous childhood that involved his father’s leaving him and his mother when he was just six months, living with his grandparents until he was eight, being physically abused by his step father, living life on the streets with his mother for a certain period, and being sent to the California Junior Boys Republic where he started to grow into the man he was supposed to be.

After jumping from one job to another, he joined the Marines. He was promoted to private first class quickly and was assigned to an armored unit as a tank driver. 

 But because of repeatedly succumbing to his rebellious nature, he was busted back to private seven times. Shore patrol caught him after two weeks of staying with his girlfriend carrying an expired weekend pass resulting in unauthorized absence.  He also resisted arrest which led to his spending time in brig for 41 days.

McQueen finally decided to embrace the Marines Corps’ discipline and to improve himself.  Over the next three years he conducted himself to be a true military man.  He risked his life saving five Marines in an Arctic exercise by pulling them from a tank before it broke through the permafrost and sank into the icy depths of the sea.  As reward for his exemplary service, he was also assigned as an honor guard for former President Harry Truman’s yacht.

After his honorable discharge in 1950, he used his G.I. Bill benefits to study acting at the Sanford Meisner’s Neighborhood Playhouse in North Hollywood, California and took on various acting jobs that eventually led him to fame.

Steve McQueen’s greatest role was ”The Cooler King” in The Great Escape, a 1963 American film about an escape by Allied prisoners of war from a German POW camp during World War II.  The film cost $3.8 million, an enormous amount of money at the time.  But the profit was considered colossal when the film earned $11,744,471 at the box office.  Steve McQueen died a U.S. Marine in his heart in 1980 at the age of 50.

Friday, May 24, 2013

Laguna Woods Village - Gate 8 Fire

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Laguna Woods Village - Gate 8 Fire

Photos by Paul Loughrey

This event is about an hour old...huge response.  I have no idea if there were injuries or not.
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