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Movie House Mural Returns for a Museum Close-up

Long-hidden and newly restored, the mural “Settlement,” a work by early Laguna Beach Impressionist Edgar Payne, takes a star turn as part of Laguna Art Museum’s current exhibition “California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820-1930.”

Planners Endorse Revisions to Historic Preservation Rules

Faced with a loud overflow crowd this past Wednesday, Laguna Beach planning commissioners voted 4-1 to recommend revisions of the city’s historic preservation ordinance to the City Council. Commissioner Sue Kempf cast the dissenting vote.

Heart Talk

Was It My Turn?   Those of you that have been kind enough to read my columns the past couple of years may have noticed that each October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I write about the disease that killed my wife. This year, there is a more personal touch to my...


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Shout Out to Surf Contest’s Supporters

Editor, After a month of flat surf and foggy weather, it was a great October surprise that conditions allowed for the 54th annual Brook Street surfing Classic to he held. Started in 1955, the Brooks Street Surfing Classic holds a special place...

Pepper tree Angst? Let’s Move On

Editor, Imagine you were visiting Laguna with your family and you opened the paper to read about “Our beloved pepper tree,” how the city is in a “current crisis…” according to the column “take your last photos now!”  Due to pressures from...

Parklet, Laguna’s Grand Experiment

Editor, Park Avenue Plaza sounds a lot like a New York City address, right? But hang tight. The Park Avenue Plaza is not in New York City, but right here in Laguna on our own Park Avenue (actually the little street that parallels Forest that...


The Kibitzer

People Before Parking This weekend, grab the groms and come check out Park Plaza, Laguna’s first downtown pedestrian plaza. It’s located just off Forest Avenue and Coast Highway, the diagonal cut-through known as Lower Park Avenue. While...
Posted On 19 Oct 2017

Cookies With a Backstory Win the Prize

Residents are invited to submit their favorite family cookie recipe and the story behind it to participate in the city’s first annual holiday cookie recipe contest. Three finalists will be selected to bake a sample batch for a tasting ceremony...

John Robert Bergmann

John Robert Bergmann, 60, passed away Oct. 3, 2017 in his home in Trumbull, Conn. John was born in Wichita, Kas., to the late B. James and Joan M. Bergmann. He graduated from Trumbull High School and received his engineering degree from...

Just for Laughs

  Read the Personals EXOTIC DANCER — I am professional belly dancer. My dancing girls and I make very hippy entertainments for you in beautiful costumes. Special price – $50 for one hour, including delicious pastries from homeland.  #TiffanyBylczinski   WANTED – Someone to...

Pet Peeves

Out on a Limb I was saddened to see the demise of City Hall’s pepper tree. I know how that old tree felt. I’ve spent a lifetime being cut down to size. Over the years, readers have said, “Pet Peeves stinks” or “He’s not funny” or “I have dyslexia and loved the read.” Everyone shoulders a share...

Neighbors Watch ‘Twelve Angry Men’

By Christopher Trela | NB Indy Attending a play or concert with a friend is always fun, but what happens when you get nine neighbors together and make a group trip to Laguna Playhouse to watch a weekend matinee performance of “Twelve Angry Men?” Recently, nine neighbors (including me) who...

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Sound Spectrum Dials Up ‘Summer of Love’

Customers of the independent Laguna Beach record store Sound Spectrum are invited to a “happening,” Saturday, Oct. 28, to mark the shop’s remarkable longevity and its genesis 50 years ago in the...

Stories from the Woods Seeking Truth Atop Haleakala

By Fitz Maurice On the quest to paint each national park in America, I experience challenges searching and finding the ultimate scene worthy of representing their mysterious wonders. Now that I...

the Look of Plein Air

The public is invited to explore “Interpreting Views: Images in Nature” at an 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. artists reception Saturday, Oct. 21, in the CAP Gallery, 260 Ocean Ave. The exhibit which, features...



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