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Indy Arts Calendar

Indy Arts Calendar

Friday, Oct. 31 Bruce White’s Annual Dead Man’s Party and Costume Ball, 9 p.m., White House, 340 S. Coast Hwy. $20. Halloween Spectacular, 9 p.m., Marine Room Tavern, 214 Ocean Ave. $5. Costume contest. Halloween Bash, Past Action Heroes, 9 p.m. Costume contest. Mozambique, 1740 S. Coast Hwy, 949 715-7777. $10. “Year of Magical Thinking”, […]

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Schools Seek Public Feedback on New Projects

Schools Seek Public Feedback on New Projects

The school board is seeking public input on a facilities master plan and asks members of the community, students, staff and parents to complete a survey on the District’s website, www.lbusd.org, under the Facilities department tab. Survey results will be reviewed at a 6 p.m. study session Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the district office. An […]

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Striving for Peace a Grain at a Time

Striving for Peace a Grain at a Time

 

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Political Briefs

Political Briefs

  Final Public City Council Candidate Forum Set The public is welcome to witness and participate in the final forum among seven candidates seeking election to the Laguna Beach City Council, set for Wednesday, Oct. 29. Andrea Adelson, editor of the Laguna Beach Indy, will moderate the 6:30 p.m. event hosted by Firebrand Media in […]

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New Bike Team Hits the Trail

New Bike Team Hits the Trail

Local mountain biking enthusiasts met last week to solidify their support for the newly established Laguna Beach Interscholastic Mountain Bike Team for middle school and high school students. The kick-off meeting, led by team director Tony Zentil, was attended by students, parents and sport standouts Troy Lee and Hans Rey, and reps from Laguna Canyon Riders, Crankbrothers, Fizik, Laguna Cyclery, and Oakley. […]

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Festival Façade Comes to Blows

Festival Façade Comes to Blows

Several arts leaders and Laguna Beach’s mayor took turns pulverizing a faux stone entry arch at the Festival of Arts this past Monday, Oct. 13, marking the start of a $3.5 million construction project on the city-owned land that since 1941 has been the permanent home to the city’s original art festival and Pageant of […]

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Outdoor Painters Hang Their Best Work

Outdoor Painters Hang Their Best Work

The 35 artists painting throughout Laguna Beach’s coastal canyons and scenic coves as part of the Plein Air Painters Association invitational will compete for a $10,000 best in show award at the Afternoon Collectors’ Soirée, Saturday, Oct. 18. The gala and public sale the following day, Sunday, Oct. 19, takes place in a vast tent […]

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Colleges Recruit LBHS Prospects

Colleges Recruit LBHS Prospects

Laguna Beach High School hosts its annual College Round Up at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, attended by representatives of more than 130 colleges and universities as well as test prep companies. The PTA-sponsored event is a cost effective opportunity for students and their families to explore post-secondary educational options before visiting college campuses. Information […]

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Thurston Provides Targeted Instruction

Thurston Provides Targeted Instruction

Thurston Middle School now offers a Core Academy elective, designed to assist students to develop study habits that apply to all fields of academic study, says a district statement. Math teachers Katie Meyers and Kelly Skon, language arts teachers Leah Prettyman and Sarah Schaeffer, and English language development and French teacher Randi Beckley teach the […]

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Schools Focus on Bullying Prevention

Schools Focus on Bullying Prevention

Halloween isn’t far off, but Laguna Beach teachers and students will wear orange on Wednesday, Oct. 22, in support of bullying prevention. At El Morro Elementary, a school-wide bullying prevention assembly is planned for Nov. 1. In October, Rachel’s Challenge Kindness week will include several activities focused on kindness and caring at Top of the […]

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Political Briefs

Political Briefs

Arthurs Raise Funds for Hall Lisa and Gary Arthur are hosting a fundraiser for City Council candidate Michele Oliver Hall at their home, 773 St. Ann’s Dr., Saturday, Oct. 5, from 4 to 6 p.m. Children are welcome at the fundraiser where a $99 per person donation is suggested.   Firefighters, Police Endorse Zur Schmiede The […]