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Finding Fun in the Past

In the spirit of the first Thanksgiving, young Native Americans and colonists worked together. Dressed in character, El Morro students learned simple skills and enhanced their understanding when the school was transformed earlier this week for Colonial Days.

Heart Talk

The Perils of Park Avenue I travel Park Avenue to and from my home each day. It can be a perilous journey. Sometimes I suffer just minor, but annoying inconveniences that rankle, such as the super slow driver plugging up the hill at 20 miles per hour, oblivious to the number of...

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Pet Peeves

Finding Plein Air Waldos It’s a who’s dunnit. Next year’s Pageant of the Masters is called “Under the Sun.” Originally named “Painting Under Lamppost,” the show’s title was scratched when the 39 foot styrofoam lamppost of ‘Art & Nature’ had...

Revisit a Rock Era Original

Songwriter and musician Joachim Cooder will open for Eric Burdon & The Animals at a 7 p.m. benefit concert Saturday, Dec. 2, in the Irvine Bowl. The doors of the Festival of Arts open at 5 p.m. for a holiday party with food, drink and...

Holiday Fiction Writers Go Live

The Third Street Writers will share their holiday stories in Park Plaza from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, the first of a month-long series of readings on Saturdays in the temporarily closed downtown street organized by Lagun...

Cove Displays Work by LCAD Student

Meet Jacqueline Inzunza at Art Walk on Thursday, Dec. 7 in the new Cove Gallery, 1550 S. Coast Highway. Inzunza is artist of the month in Laguna College of Art and Design’s student mentor program. She is an expressionist painter who has...

Think Globally, Shop Locally

Editor, Joni Mitchell’s familiar refrain, “Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone,” warns against taking the things you love for granted. And while at the time Joni was referring to paradise, trees, pure...

Make a Real Difference in Water Quality

Editor, (This letter was also addressed to council members.) After reviewing the previous City Council meeting outlining the Aliso Mainstem Restoration, it is obvious the infrastructure buried alongside Aliso Creek will continue to be at risk...

The Kibitzer

Build a Garage and Bury the Lines Watching the recent firestorms in Northern California was a vivid reminder of the power and destructive fury of these deadly scourges. The image of Santa Rosa neighborhoods eviscerated to rubble was as brutal as it gets, and a none-too-subtle reminder of our...
Posted On 21 Nov 2017


Monday, Nov. 13 Disturbance. 200 block of Wave St. 11 a.m. Maximillian Kevyn Benegas, 31, Costa Mesa, arrested for two outstanding warrants. Tuesday, Nov. 14 Burglary. 2100 block of Catalina St. 8 a.m. Art valued at $40 was taken by a suspect known to the victim. Lifeguard rescue. Main Beach....

LBHS Volleyball Coach Out after Four Seasons

Darren Utterback is out as the boys volleyball coach after completing his fourth season as both the indoor six-man coach and the sand program, the school’s athletic director confirmed. Utterback first joined the Breakers as JV coach in 2013 after a nearly 20-year history at Capistrano Valley....

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District Presses on With Desalination

The South Coast Water District voted to take another step towards building a $100 million plant that converts ocean water into drinking water for its customers by 2021.

Local Girl Stars in International Reality Show

Laguna Beach High School senior Charlie Hoffs spent much of October in costume, but her attire had nothing to do with Halloween. For weeks, the teen was styled by a professional team of hair and...

Tribute to Local Hero is in the Works

Plans are underway for a life-sized tribute to Skipper Carrillo, the larger than life personality and local baseball icon who is credited with coining the phrase, “Have a home run day.”
Posted On 18 Nov 2017

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