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A Trio’s Source of Inspiration

Three artists describe their “Buddy System,” where they brainstorm new concepts and hold one another accountable, during Art Talks, which continue at noon Thursday, July 23, at the Festival of Arts. Artists Larry Marley, Ray Brown, and Rachel Young, who met at the art show in...

On the Table

Breakfast is Ready Sip LaMill coffee, fresh juice or a mimosa at Sapphire Laguna while enjoying menu items like lemon ricotta pancakes, quinoa oatmeal or the open-faced breakfast sandwich. New weekday breakfast service from 8-10:30 a.m. runs through Labor Day.  

Locals Top Finishers in Beach Volleyball

  Laguna Beach locals Lexi McKeown and Hallie Carballo took silver and bronze medals, respectively, during the 22nd annual AAU Junior National Beach Volleyball Championships held July 11-12 at the Hermosa Beach Pier. The contest welcomed 300 teams from across the country on...

Horse Lovers Sponsor Stable Tour

Laguna Beach Horse Lovers hosts a behind-the-scenes tour Sunday, July 26, from 3-5 p.m. of stables in San Juan Capistrano. “We put together a fun, free event for families and individuals to spend time appreciating each other, horses and the outdoors. Laguna Beach Horse Lovers’...

Making Waves to Fight Cancer

Three Laguna locals, Lynn Kubasek, Tom Hale and Eric Paine, will participate in a triple relay, three teams swimming simultaneously, across the Catalina Channel to raise funds for cancer research. The relay planned for Monday, July 20, is organized with two swimming...

Youngster Honored by John Hopkins

James Dunne, a Laguna Beach 8-year-old, was honored at a ceremony for academically advanced children sponsored by the John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. Jimmy was recognized for his exceptional performance on a rigorous, above-grade-level test, says a statement...

Teens Glimpse an Insider’s View of the Hospitality Industry

Residents of Community Service Programs’ Laguna Beach Youth Shelter had the opportunity to learn about the hospitality industry first-hand during a recent tour of the DoubleTree Hotel in Irvine. The quarterly tours began in 2014 and include lunch and motivational talks about the...

Keller Receives League’s Kudos

The Assistance League of Laguna Beach named Chris Keller businessperson of the year. Keller is an active member of the League’s advisory council and has been involved with the Early Intervention Program for developmentally delayed infants, a program that he participated in...

Personnel File

Laguna’s Motor Officer is Top Cop Motor Officer Matt Gregg was honored as Laguna Beach’s “top cop” on law enforcement appreciation night at Angel Stadium in Anaheim last month. Gregg was selected for his work ethic and professionalism. Recently Gregg has had to take on extra work...

Rockabilly Sound Kicks off Concerts on the Green

Former Stray Cat and rockabilly artist Lee Rocker performs at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 11, during the Festival of Arts’ Concerts on the Green. The summer-long Saturday afternoon concert series will also feature other genres including jazz and Motown. Concerts are free with admission...

Exhibit Features 25 years of Photography

  BC Space Gallery’s opened its newest exhibition, “The Photographer’s Exchange: A Quarter Century of Sharing the Light,” this week. The Photographer’s Exchange was founded in 1990 and is made up of three fine art photographers: Larry Vogel, Larry Weise and Larry Pribble....

Supporters Host Book Party

A book signing party will be held at the Top of the World home of Martha and Tom Davis, 2903 Mountain View Dr., Friday, July 10, beginning at 6:30 p.m. for Turner Simkins’ book, “Possibilities.” In the book, Simkins, Ms. Davis’ brother, tells the story of his son, Brennan, who...

Indy on Arts

Friday, July 10 Art a Fair, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. weekends, 9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 777 Laguna Canyon Rd. Free entry to locals. Festival of Arts exhibit, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. daily; Pageant of the Masters, 8:30 p.m., 650 Laguna Canyon Road. Tickets: 949 497-6582. Thru Aug. 31. Sawdust Art...

Prepping for the Fourth

To accommodate the anticipated influx of fireworks’ spectators and beach-goers on Saturday, July 4, Laguna Beach is stepping up staffing of lifeguards and traffic control. Free trolleys will operate on Independence Day beginning at 9:30 a.m., but halt at 7 p.m., long before...