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San Clemente is known for its great surfing opportunities. It is considered the surfing media capital of the world and a leading surfing destination. The Surfing Magazine, Surfer's Journal and Longboard Magazine are based in San Clemente. The city has a lot of surfboard shapers and manufactures including Lost Surfboards, Stewart Surfboards and Cole Surfboards. Notable residents have included 37th President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat Nixon, as well as professional surfers Mike Parsons and Colin McPhillips.
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
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Towns/Cities near san clemente, california : Dana Point San Juan Capistrano
2 teens injured, 1 critically, after being hit by car in San Clemente
Two teens were hospitalized, one with critical injuries, after being hit by a car driven by another juvenile in San Clemente on Sunday night, authorities said. The teen driver lost control of his vehicle in the 3000 block of Eminencia Del Sur and hit a parked truck and the two victims, who were nearby, Orange County Sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Braun said Monday.Orange County girls water polo athlete of the week: San Clemente's Sophia Noble
Sophia Noble of San Clemente is the Orange County girls water polo player of the week for Feb. 19, 2018. The UC Davis-bound senior recorded 12 saves in a 14-3 victory against Redondo and 15 blocks in an 11-9 triumph over La Canada to help the top-seeded Tritons reach the CIF-SS Division 2 semifinals.Cheerful and dogged, Newport Beach woman has relished life while undergoing dialysis for 40 years
Celia Kanter, 77, of Newport Beach, smiles for a photograph as she celebrates 40 years on dialysis with friends and family at the Newport Beach Dialysis on Friday, February 16, 2018 in Newport Beach. Celia Kanter celebrated a remarkable 40th anniversary on Friday, Feb. 16. It's not a milestone she ever wanted, yet one she welcomes.Discussions underway to bring giant marionettes back to the city in 2018
French puppeteers Royal De Luxe are poised to return to Liverpool with their giant marionettes in 2018 - as part of a series of events to mark 10 years since the city's European Capital of Culture status. Back in 2014 thousands of people from Chester and Ellesmere Port made the trip across the Mersey to witness the spectacular event.Without limbs, inspirational Orange County teen sees no limits, running is next
Ron Merritt, left, of Human Designs, Prosthetics and Orthotics in Tustin, looks on as Maria Garcia puts the prosthetic legs back on her son, Angel Rivera, right, a quad amputee, who contracted Meningitis when he was young and is now a junior In Santa Ana High School, after meeting with Merritt about the possibility of getting a set of legs made so that Angel could run track at school, on Thursday, January 26, 2018 in Tustin.Orange County high school schedule: Wednesday, Feb. 14
SS PLAYOFFS First Round All games 7 p.m. unless noted DIVISION 1 Esperanza at Edison, Los Alamitos at Centennial/Corona, 6:30 p.m., JSerra at Villa Park DIVISION 2AA El Toro at Cajon, Corona del Mar at Cathedral, Buena Park at Beverly Hills, Viewpoint at Capistrano Valley, Sonora at Mayfair, Tahquitz at Aliso Niguel, San Clemente at Northwood DIVISION 2A Valencia at Oxnard, Crescenta Valley at Foothill, Tesoro at Great Oak, Burbank at Cypress, La Salle at Trabuco Hills, Walnut at Newport Harbor DIVISION 3AA Tustin at Rancho Mirage, Brea Olinda at Mission Viejo, Beckman at Ocean View, Whittier Christian at Saddleback Valley Christian, University at Crean Lutheran, Lakewood at Troy, Santiago/Corona at Laguna Beach DIVISION 4AA Westminster at Costa Mesa, Santiago/Garden Grove at St. Margaret's, Artesia at Segerstrom, Montclair at Pacifica, Dana Hills at Milken DIVISION 4A Savanna vs.New vibe on Concordia Elementary campus: 'Dude, be nice!'
Amy Fickling, office manager at Concordia Elementary School in San Clemente, makes her way through a tunnel of students and teachers as she is honored during a morning assembly which concluded a week-long student-driven activity called "Dude, Be Nice!" on Friday, February 9, 2018. A student rides past a sign on the campus of Concordia Elementary School in San Clemente on Friday, February 9, 2018, as it concludes a week-long student-driven activity called "Dude, Be Nice!" with a morning assembly honoring the school's office manager Amy Fickling.How the Designer of the World's Tallest Tower Got His Career Off the Ground
Architect Adrian Smith, currently at work on Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Tower, got his first job in the field through a chance conversation. Adrian Smith, 73, is founder of Chicago's Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.Festival artist to open exhibit of local scenes, landscapes at Laguna Beach gallery
Tom Swimm, of San Clemente, will hold an opening art reception on Saturday at the Pacific Edge Gallery in Laguna Beach. Festival of Arts artist Tom Swimm will open his solo exhibit "Fresh Colors" Saturday, Feb. 17 at the Pacific Edge Gallery.Lunar New Year a colorful spectacle at the Outlets at San Clemente
Dancers from the South Coast Chinese Cultural Center and Irvine Chinese School performed Saturday, Feb. 10, at a Lunar New Year celebration at the Outlets at San Clemente. A 30-foot-long 'dragon dance' gyrated through the crowd at a Feb. 10 celebration of Lunar New Year at the Outlets at San Clemente.Did you feel it? 3.6 quake near Lake Elsinore shook San Clemente
A 3.6-magnitude earthquake about a mile north-northeast of Lakeland Village near Lake Elsinore shook parts of Riverside and Orange counties early today. Light shaking could be felt in the San Clemente area as well as San Bernardino to Murrieta and Lakeland Village to Hemet, according to reports received by the U.S. Geological Survey.CIF girls water polo: Top 5 things to know about the playoff pairing
Mater Dei is seeded third. The order reflects the final standings from the recent Irvine Southern California Championships.OCTA bus routes in Laguna Hills to get increased peak-hour service
Riders board the 91 OCTA bus that goes from Laguna Hills to San Clemente. Increased weekday peak-hour service begins Monday, Feb. 12. Starting Monday, Feb. 12, Orange County Transportation bus routes 89, 90 and 91, which serve Laguna Hills, will offer increased peak-hour weekday service, the agency announced.30-foot dragon dance to highlight outlets' Lunar New Year festivities
Spectators interact with a lion during a lion dance performed by the Three Treasures Cultural Arts Society from San Diego at a 2016 celebration of the Chinese new year at the Outlets at San Clemente. The Irvine Chinese School and the Three Treasures Cultural Arts Society from San Diego will entertain 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, as the Outlets at San Clemente celebrate the Lunar New Year.Capistrano Valley students build electric vehicle, let mayor take test drive
Capistrano Valley High students Andrew Melford, Curren Nezak and Charles Lemieux watched as the mayor drove off in the project on which they'd spent the last six months. Scott Paul, left, general manager of Jaguar Land Rover Mission Viejo and Mission Viejo Mayor Ed Sachs strap in to an electric car built by Capistrano Valley High automotive and technology students as they prepare to take it for a test drive in Mission Viejo on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018.Deal close to acquire HOM Sotheby's brokerage in Newport Beach
A Newport Beach villa with more than 17,000 square feet facing a private, 1-acre lake sold in 2017 for $40 million. HOM Sotheby's International agent John Stanaland was one of the listing agents.Last iconic 'immigrant crossing sign' disappears
The last of ten "immigrant crossing" signs that once stood on either side of Interstates 5 and Interstate 805 near the US-Mexico border is gone. The last of ten "immigrant crossing" signs that once stood on either side of Interstates 5 and Interstate 805 near the US-Mexico border is gone.
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