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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...

Survey Assesses Housing Needs of Seniors

Some local residents will soon receive a survey about an issue of concern to aging baby boomers and one that should concern their children, too. The survey probes establishing a concept in Laguna Beach that could help seniors remain in their own homes with the support of an array...

Picture This: Photo Contest Winners Announced

Indy photo contributor Mitch Ridder took first place in the city’s “My Laguna” photo contest in the adult category. Second and third place went to Allard van der Graaf and Cheyne Walls, respectively. In the youth category, winners were Charlie Dickerson, Chloe Mansour and Deja...

New Venue Offers Music, Art Classes

Creative Identity, an organization providing art and music education to the developmentally disabled since 1996, has opened a Laguna Beach branch at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church. Currently five students from the organization’s Anaheim branch are attending the local class,...

Personnel File

Laguna Women Celebrate the Joy of Giving   Laguna local Karen Wilson will serve as chair of Impact Giving, a women’s giving collective that funds non-profit organizations around the world. Recently, the organization made grants totaling $125,000 at its sixth annual awards...

Discuss Art with Festival Exhibitors

Rick Graves leads a panel discussion with artists who have made the leap from a different career during the first Art Talks at noon Thursday, July 9, held on the Festival of Arts grounds, 650 Laguna Canyon Road. Art Talks feature a different Festival of Arts exhibitor in an...

Buck Naked Band Rides Again

Members of the Western swing band Buck Naked and the Chapped Cheeks invite all to join them for music, dancing, and lots of laughs at the No Square Theatre, 384 Legion St., Thursday, July 9. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show are $20-$25; for $10 more, enjoy a BBQ dinner with the...

Summer Just Got Cooler

Laguna Beach residents Steve and Jim Muzzy and Dan Bolar helped raise $17 million to remodel Discovery Cube in Santa Ana with new exhibits. Kids can now design and build a space rover or satellite, take virtual helicopter tours or go on a digital scavenger hunt. The expansion...

R Star Receives Unexpected Windfall

Laguna local Mary Williams’ Lacewings Foundation made a $10,000 gift to aid the R Star Foundation in rebuilding quake-damaged villages in Nepal. “We are delighted and grateful,” said Rosalind Russell, founder of R Star, which began working in poor rural Nepalese villages in 2003....