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May 5, 1991 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The clay pigeons flew across the clear blue sky, and the marksmen who blew them to bits complained that their rustic haven from the big city was in the sights of developers. Rapid urbanization, they said, threatens sport shooting, and they couldn't help but notice the irony in the name Coto de Caza, which means hunting preserve in Portuguese. To them, there wasn't much preservation going on.
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February 3, 2008 | Adam Tschorn, Times Staff Writer
FROM pinstriped cargo pants to ice-sailing formal wear, as Fashion Week got underway here on Friday, the men's runways were a surprisingly wearable mash-up of the office and the wild. There were luxurious alpaca long johns, hunter's vests made from fine suiting fabrics, and a color palette heavy on banker's grays, earthy greens and tans with pops of regal purple, a highlight color that started appearing on the European men's runways last month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1991 | LESLIE BERKMAN
A plan to relocate a 22-year-old shooting club in Coto de Caza to a more remote canyon was rejected Wednesday by the Orange County Planning Commission, leaving the fate of the club in limbo. Planning commissioners, however, denied the relocation application "without prejudice," meaning that they will agree in the future to consider another site plan for the 200-member club if it is placed in another location that poses less of a hazard to wildlife or public safety.
TRAVEL
October 5, 2003 | Elizabeth Pope, Special to The Times
This land of kings is dotted with the centuries-old opulent palaces, hilltop forts and hunting lodges of maharajahs. And, luckily for travelers, many of these palatial digs are surprisingly affordable luxury hotels. On our first trip to India last November, my husband, Larry, and I wanted to live like royalty in Rajasthan's heritage hotels -- once-private royal residences turned hostelries, some with the maharajahs still in residence -- while we traveled through the northwestern state.
IMAGE
February 3, 2008 | Adam Tschorn, Times Staff Writer
FROM pinstriped cargo pants to ice-sailing formal wear, as Fashion Week got underway here on Friday, the men's runways were a surprisingly wearable mash-up of the office and the wild. There were luxurious alpaca long johns, hunter's vests made from fine suiting fabrics, and a color palette heavy on banker's grays, earthy greens and tans with pops of regal purple, a highlight color that started appearing on the European men's runways last month.
TRAVEL
October 5, 2003 | Elizabeth Pope, Special to The Times
This land of kings is dotted with the centuries-old opulent palaces, hilltop forts and hunting lodges of maharajahs. And, luckily for travelers, many of these palatial digs are surprisingly affordable luxury hotels. On our first trip to India last November, my husband, Larry, and I wanted to live like royalty in Rajasthan's heritage hotels -- once-private royal residences turned hostelries, some with the maharajahs still in residence -- while we traveled through the northwestern state.
TRAVEL
November 3, 2002 | Vani Rangachar, Times Staff Writer
One of the first signs that we were on an Army base was this posting on the path that leads to the Hacienda Guest Lodge: "You are entering a no-hat, no-salute area." The second came on our first morning here, the kind of day that only California can deliver. Songbirds warbled. The mist had lifted, and the sun was warm on my face as I sat on a rough-hewn bench under a portico at the 18th century San Antonio de Padua Mission, not far from the lodge. Then came the rat-a-tat-tat of machine-gun fire.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1990 | WENDY PAULSON
A Laguna Hills boy was in satisfactory condition Wednesday after being shot in the abdomen while target shooting. Reed Reichwald, 14, remained under sedation after surgery at Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center in Mission Viejo. The incident occurred around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday when Reed was target shooting with a 14-year-old friend and the friend's father, said Reed's 19-year-old brother, who asked not to be named. He said it is not known whether Reed or his companions fired the .
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1987 | LANIE JONES, Times Staff Writer
Residents of the exclusive Coto de Caza community in Trabuco Canyon have taken down their protest signs after a developer agreed to reinstate their lifetime memberships in the project's posh country club. "I think they've learned their lesson," Barnard F. Klein, an attorney for 492 of the club's 800 members said Thursday after reaching an out-of-court settlement with Coto de Caza Ltd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1991 | LESLIE BERKMAN
A 22-year-old recreational shooting club, one of the few remaining in Southern California, was abruptly closed this week when the developer of Coto de Caza placed a 6-foot-high chain-link fence around it and posted security guards to keep members out. William Radovich, president of the Coto Valley Country Club, which owns the Hunt Club, said Friday that he was surprised and angered by the actions of Coto de Caza Ltd., a joint venture of the Chevron Land Corp.
TRAVEL
November 3, 2002 | Vani Rangachar, Times Staff Writer
One of the first signs that we were on an Army base was this posting on the path that leads to the Hacienda Guest Lodge: "You are entering a no-hat, no-salute area." The second came on our first morning here, the kind of day that only California can deliver. Songbirds warbled. The mist had lifted, and the sun was warm on my face as I sat on a rough-hewn bench under a portico at the 18th century San Antonio de Padua Mission, not far from the lodge. Then came the rat-a-tat-tat of machine-gun fire.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1991 | LESLIE BERKMAN
A plan to relocate a 22-year-old shooting club in Coto de Caza to a more remote canyon was rejected Wednesday by the Orange County Planning Commission, leaving the fate of the club in limbo. Planning commissioners, however, denied the relocation application "without prejudice," meaning that they will agree in the future to consider another site plan for the 200-member club if it is placed in another location that poses less of a hazard to wildlife or public safety.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1991 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The clay pigeons flew across the clear blue sky, and the marksmen who blew them to bits complained that their rustic haven from the big city was in the sights of developers. Rapid urbanization, they said, threatens sport shooting, and they couldn't help but notice the irony in the name Coto de Caza, which means hunting preserve in Portuguese. To them, there wasn't much preservation going on.
SPORTS
July 28, 1990 | ADAM STEINHAUER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brian Ballard believes there is a formula for success in trap shooting: --90% visual skill--the "instinctive" ability to point. --8% technique. --2% luck. He said 98% should come easily for him at the 45th World Shooting Championships in Moscow, U.S.S.R., next month. "Realistically, if I can go in there and have that 2% luck for three days, I'll come back with a medal," Ballard said.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 23, 1998 | BENJAMIN EPSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
You can get a taste of East Tustin at Newport (Avenue) and Old Irvine (Boulevard). The chateau-style Plaza LaFayette mini-mall offers American brew, collectibles and needlepoint alongside Italian menswear and Greek cuisine. Some of the businesses' spellings are funny (Nieuport 17?), but otherwise it only looks like you're in France. LUNCH 1 This may be new town Tustin, but Tustin Brewing Co.
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