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The students presented him with a golden crown and a scrapbook of memories and had a group picture taken.

“Ian has been the hub of a network that kept people in touch he held theme parties, and he displayed the work of the artists in his classes, announced their shows and bought their work,” said Leslie Davis, a Harris student for 11 years.

Harris is retiring to the Palm Springs area, from which he has been commuting three days a week to conduct fitness classes that began in the early morning and ended in the evening. He said it was a difficult decision to leave the students he had come to consider his family.

“This is a really hard thing to do, and I am scared,” Harris said. “But my great Aunt Emma always said you never stop because you are afraid. And we will keep in touch somehow.”

Harris already has begun to volunteer at a home that provides temporary housing for families of critically ill patients at a desert hospital. He is also considering developing spa programs for the desert resorts.

“It’s a Y in the road,” said Harris, who shares his path with Ben, an English bulldog, Boston bull terriers Lola and Levi, four parrots and four tortoises.

Harris designed Recreation Department fitness programs for seniors, teaching older students how to recognize their bodies’ weaknesses and strengths and bring their bodies back into balance.

Both men and women attended Harris’ classes. And they stuck with it. Jacques Camus was a Harris student for 13 years, Mary Miller for 10 years

Harris named his method of teaching fitness for himself. He developed it after a career as a jazz dancer and studying kinesiology and anatomy,
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with plans to be a physical therapist.

“After learning about muscles, joints and bones, he came up with the ‘The Harris Method,'” said photojournalist Arline Issacs.

Many of Harris’ estimated 2,000 students came to him on the recommendation of medical professionals.

“My doctor said it was a good class,” said Jayamala Sargent, a Harris student for 10 years.

Her doctor is Gene Levine, who also attended the classes.

“He comes and he sent all of his patients here,” said the doctors’ wife, Vivian Levine. “We started before the fire, and we just kept coming.”

The Harris Method will continue to be taught by Leslie Davis, who has previously substituted for him. Winter classes will begin after the first of the year.

The winter Recreation Department brochure should be in Laguna mail boxes by Monday, when registration begins. Call (949) 497 0716.20051209ir5mg1knDON LEACH / COASTLINE PILOT(LA)Devoted student Mary Gene Meagher bids farewell to Ian Harris, her longtime fitness coach, at the Irvine Bowl.
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It so good, of course, that even if we don know Seal history Made is based on real events we know it can possibly end well. We know that the difficulties in stashing fat stacks of cash won be his only problem, but taking this wild ride with him is so fun that we don care.

Director Doug Liman ( Bourne Identity, and Mr. Smith reunites with the star of his excellent 2014 science fiction drama of Tomorrow, and the pair don miss a beat. While feeling nothing like that film, Made is of the same high quality, a well crafted and largely engrossing work of mainstream cinema.

This is not the first time Seal is being introduced to audiences; he has been played by a few actors Michael Pare portrays him briefly in 2016 fairly compelling Infiltrator but never by someone as high profile as Cruise and in a big Hollywood film dedicated to his story.

As that story is told in Made, Barry is a pilot for TWA in the late 1970s who likes to live a little dangerously. One one flight, he switches off autopilot and invents a bout with turbulence to mess with a cabin full of passengers, and he makes a little money smuggling Cuban cigars. That side job brings him to the attention of Mony Schafer (Domhnall Gleeson), a CIA operative who wants to give him a business Independent Aviation Consultants, or, ahem, IAC and a small, fast plane so he can fly covert missions for Uncle Sam.

Not long after, Barry is walking off a TWA plane during a preflight check that, like being an airline pilot in general, has never seemed quite so boring. Next, he is darting over dangerous terrain, grabbing aerial photos of insurgents in South America that thrill Shafer and his superiors.

The next organization to take an interest in and recruit Barry is the Medellin Cartel, a giant Colombian based cocaine operation run by Jorge Ochoa (Alejandro Edda of Bridge and Pablo Escobar (Mauricio Mejia, who has appeared in Netflix but not as Escobar, for the record). Barry passes an early test with them, and soon is in business with the cartel, as well as the CIA.

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Working from a script by Gary Spinelli ( House Liman who last made the small scale, intriguing 2017 war drama Wall gives us an adventure that at least as funny as it is thrilling. While the stakes for Barry are life and death, Liman from a tonal perspective is most interested in celebrating the absurdity of it all, and that approach really works.

If there a price to be paid for keeping things moving at a popcorn chomping pace, it that secondary characters are underdeveloped none more so than Lucy, who goes from suspicious and concerned wife to being pretty happy with the bags of cash hubby is bringing home in about a hot minute.

On the other hand, we get just the right amount of Gleeson ( Force Awakens, whose Schafer, with his sly grins, appears to be enjoying getting away with playing it fast and loose with the rules almost as much as Barry is. It a small but really nice piece of work.

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SUSAN HAIGH, The Associated Press BOSTON (AP) A massive winter storm roared into the East Coast on Thursday, dumping as much as 17 inches of snow in some areas and unleashing hurricane force winds and historic flooding that closed schools and offices and halted transportation from the Carolinas to Maine.

Forecasters expected the storm to be followed immediately by a blast of face stinging cold that could break records in more than two dozen cities and bring wind chills as low as minus 40 degrees this weekend.

Blizzard warnings and states of emergency were in wide effect, and wind gusts hit more than 70 mph (113 kph) in places. In parts of New England, snow fell as fast as 3 inches per hour. Another fatality was reported near Philadelphia when a car could not stop at the bottom of a steep, snow covered hill and slammed into a commuter train. A passenger in the vehicle was killed. No one on the train was hurt.

In New Jersey, Orlando Igmat’s car got stuck in a snowbank along the Garden State Parkway in Tinton Falls as he drove to work at Verizon. He waited a half hour for a tow truck to pull him out.

“I didn’t expect it (the storm) was going to be a heavy one. That’s why I went to work today. I’m going to stay in a hotel tonight,” he said.

More than 100,000 homes and businesses lost power at some point Thursday. While many outages were restored by the day’s end, officials from the mid Atlantic to New England warned that those numbers might climb again as strong wind gusts and frigid temperatures continue through Saturday.

In New England, the powerful winds brought coastal flooding that reached historic levels in areas. The frigid waters overwhelmed fishing piers, streets and restaurants, and stranded people in homes and cars, prompting dozens of evacuations and rescues.

In Portland, Maine, the high tide nearly matched the 14.17 feet reported during the infamous Blizzard of 1978 that walloped the Northeast.

In Boston, icy harbor waters poured into downtown streets near popular tourist and business areas. The National Weather Service said the waters reached “within a few tenths of an inch” of record levels and local officials across coastal Massachusetts braced for further tidal surges.

“We saw the water going over the sea wall, which was really scary,” said Boston resident Sonia Calderon. “I don’t know what kind of damage that’s going to cause, but it’s a little scary just to think about it.”

Mayor Marty Walsh said some of the areas hadn’t seen flooding in 30 years. “If anyone wants to question global warming, just see where the flood zones are,” the Democrat remarked.

Schools, businesses and ferry services in parts of the Canadian coast were also shut down. Nova Scotia Power said it had more than 1,000 people at the ready in its biggest ever pre storm mobilization of personnel and resources.

The flight tracking site FlightAware reported more than 5,000 canceled flights across the United States. Those included more than two thirds of flights in and out of New York City and Boston airports.

Rail service was affected too. Amtrak operated a modified schedule between New York and Boston.

Some people took the weather in stride.

Mark Schoenenberger, a 45 year old NASA engineer who lives in Norfolk, Virginia, put on his cross country skis so he could make a half hour trip to the bagel shop for some breakfast for his family.

“It’s like ‘Yay, I get to go out,” he said.

The only concern he seemed to have was telecommuting while his kids were home from school. But “it’s just noise,” he said.

Waiting just behind the storm was a wave of bracing cold.

The National Weather Service said record low temperatures were predicted for 28 major cities across the northeast by dawn Sunday.

Boston expected a low around minus 11 overnight Saturday into Sunday. Portland, Maine, and Burlington, Vermont, could see minus 16 and 19, respectively, the weather service said.

The massive storm began two days ago in the Gulf of Mexico and first struck the Florida Panhandle.

Some meteorologists described it as a “bomb cyclone,” a term that comes from the process of bombogensis, when the barometric pressure drops steeply in a short period.

As the storm wound its way through the Deep South early Thursday, it brought plummeting temperatures that caused highways closures in South Carolina and water main breaks in Mississippi.

Mississippi’s largest city, Jackson, was put under a precautionary boil water notice and portable toilets were placed outside the state Capitol because some of the toilets would not flush.
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