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Corrections:

Corrections:

A letter to the editor from Roger Butow in the Sept. 19 edition included an inappropriate comment about the religion of Council member Toni Iseman. The Indy regrets publishing the statement and apologizes to Iseman.   An article about Carol Normandin’s campaign in the Sept. 19 edition inaccurately portrayed the candidate’s involvement in an executive […]

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Political Briefs

Political Briefs

Will Candidates Take Off Their Gloves to Debate? The public is invited to witness the first debate among the seven candidates running for Laguna Beach City Council on Tuesday, Sept. 30. Allan Simon, chairman of Firebrand Media and the Indy’s owner, will lead the 6 p.m. event planned for City Hall’s Council Chambers. Simon has […]

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Rocking Babies

Rocking Babies

Holding and feeding a baby is a pleasure to most people. Every Wednesday morning, Assistance League volunteers experience this special pleasure, settling into rocking chairs where they hold babies and often feed them their bottles while their parents receive counseling. Beginning at 9 a.m., mothers and fathers bring their infants to the Assistance League playroom, […]

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Campus Paper Writes Up a Show

Campus Paper Writes Up a Show

A concert featuring Laguna Beach High School students, faculty and alumni performing classic rock and current music is planned for Friday, Oct. 3, at the Artists Theatre. The 6:30 p.m. concert helps raise funds for the campus newspaper, The Brush and Palette. Student tickets of $5 will be available in advance from staff members at […]

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Political Briefs

Political Briefs

Candidate Kicks Off School Board Campaign Carol Normandin described the reasons for her candidacy for one of the three open seats on the Laguna Beach school board to supporters this past Sunday, Sept. 14. Normandin, who ran an executive search business, spoke about her belief in public education and her eight years helping raise funds […]

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Jews Welcome a New Year

Jews Welcome a New Year

Chabad Jewish Center plans Rosh Hashanah services and a workshop in the next week, marking the beginning of the Jewish new year 5775. At a 7 p.m. cooking class in a private home on Sunday, Sept. 21, cook Mazal Yuditsky introduces participants to Rosh Hashanah foods and customs from Morocco, Turkey, and elsewhere. Bring traditions […]

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Concert’s Grace Notes Aim for Inner Peace

Concert’s Grace Notes Aim for Inner Peace

The Healing Touch Ministry of the Neighborhood Congregational Church invites the public to a complimentary 7 p.m. performance of music, dance and meditation by the One Heart, One World music ensemble Saturday, Sept. 27. The concert’s movement and instrumentation is intended to elicit states of peace, balance and inner harmony. Members of the ensemble will be […]

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Indy Calendar

Indy Calendar

Friday, Sept. 19 Saif Eddin & Friends perform the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, 6:30-10 p.m., refreshments, Laguna Nursery, 1370 S. Coast Highway. Tickets $45 in advance, 949 494-5200. $55 at the door. Pawnshop Kings, 7-10 p.m., Cliff Restaurant, 577 S. Coast Hwy. The Kalama Bros., free Sunset Serenade concert, Heisler Park Amphitheatre, 5:30 p.m. […]

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Dentist Urges Prevention for Football Players.

Dentist Urges Prevention for Football Players.

Dental injuries are the most common type of facial injury sustained during participation in sports. The majority of these injuries are preventable, according to Laguna Beach dentist Adam Vaghari, who recently took over a practice at 31655 S. Coast Highway, Suite B. An athlete is 60 times more likely to sustain damage to the teeth […]

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Corrections

Corrections

The story “Top Nonprofit Execs Earn 6 Figure Salaries” in the Aug. 29 edition incorrectly characterized the size of grants by the Marlisa Foundation, which have been as much as $3 million. The story “Village Entry Plan Moves Ahead” in the Sept. 5 edition incorrectly reported the makeup of a group that proposed an alternate design for […]

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Athletic Director Adds Award to Highlight Reel

Athletic Director Adds Award to Highlight Reel

Something extra was added to the menu for Mike Churchill at a breakfast welcoming school district staff in the week prior to the official first bell. The high school athletic director earned recognition as the winner of the school district’s seventh annual Spirit award. Recipients exemplify extraordinary service to others. “Mike has built a strong […]

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Correction:

Correction:

The article “Madison Leads in Campaign Donations” in the Aug. 15 edition noted that Mayor Elizabeth Pearson made a campaign contribution to Jon Madison, based on the candidates’ financial disclosures for the period ending June 30. The disclosed documents omitted to indicate that Pearson also made a donation to the campaign of incumbent Council member […]