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 Camp Keeps Kids on the Field in Summer

Camp Keeps Kids on the Field in Summer

Youth Baseball Summer Camp for youth ages 5-14 and incoming freshman will run from July 8-31 from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Laguna Beach High School Summer Baseball for returning high school players only, runs from July 7-30, 5-7 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Both camps take place at the high school baseball field. […]

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 Politics Dominates ‘Perspectives’ Radio Show

Politics Dominates ‘Perspectives’ Radio Show

Robert M. Zur Schmiede, a candidate for the Laguna Beach City Council, sits in as the featured guest on “Perspectives,” the 11 a.m. webcast of KX.One.Laguna.com. Host Ari Grayson’s guest in the show’s second hour is Linda Dorr, local coordinator for Laguna Patriots, a local Tea Party organization. Dorr was among those protesting the Affordable Care […]

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Concert Croons to the Broken Hearted

Concert Croons to the Broken Hearted

No Square Theatre’s latest concept, “Bewitched, Bothered and Divorced,” a concert of break up songs, will prove as fleeting as a weekend fling, with performances Friday and Saturday, June 20 and 21 at Legion Hall. The performance will showcase local singers, homegrown talent returning from university, and an up-and-coming young local whose originals are getting […]

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 Soul Project Opens a First Storefront

Soul Project Opens a First Storefront

Local Laguna Beach apparel brand The Soul Project opens its flagship retail location Saturday, June 21, at 1516 S. Coast Highway, and co-founder Summer Meek and her team plan a daylong celebration. The store, a 900 square foot cottage and garden, will feature the full Soul Project line of women’s, men’s and kid’s apparel and […]

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Master Gardener Shares His Knowledge

Master Gardener Shares His Knowledge

  What do master gardeners do? What are the benefits of square foot gardening? Mark Fierle, master gardener and certified square foot gardening teacher, will answer these questions and more at a 9 a.m. get- acquainted meeting between Transition Laguna members and gardeners in the South Laguna Community Garden, Saturday, June 21, at Eagle Rock […]

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Indy Arts Calendar

Indy Arts Calendar

Friday, June 20 Sawdust Art Festival Art Classes: 10 a.m and 2 p.m., www.sawdustartfestival.org/sawdust-studio-art-classes-schedule/, 949 494-3030. Also 1 p.m. 6/21 Rick Springfield author of “Magnificent Vibration,” 1 p.m., tickets required, Laguna Beach Books, 1200 S. Coast Highway, 949 494-4779 Liz Fenton and Lisa Stein authors of “Your Perfect Life” and Anita Hughes author of “Lake […]

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Scholars Get Assistance The Assistance League of Laguna Beach awarded $24,000 to 12 students of Laguna Beach High School at the recent honors convocation.                       Scholars Earn Degrees Two 2010 Laguna Beach High School graduates received undergraduate degrees from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa. Alexsandra […]

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Firebrand Earns Praise of School Supporter

Firebrand Earns Praise of School Supporter

  Schoolpower presented its 2014 Hall of Fame award to Firebrand Media for its unwavering support of local public schools. Firebrand publishes magazines and newspapers including the Laguna Beach Independent newspaper and Laguna Beach Magazine. Its support includes $50,000 of in-kind sponsorship and revenue to the local education foundation whose mission is enriching local public […]

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Family Steps Up for Athletes

Family Steps Up for Athletes

“The Hexbergs have had a truly transformational effect on the Laguna Beach High School athletic program over the past three years. Their donations have funded very tangible things necessary to maintain a robust athletic program.  As a parent of two high school athletes, I am personally very grateful for all they have done,” said Lynn […]

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LBHS Adds 22 Hours to School Year

LBHS Adds 22 Hours to School Year

A new bell schedule at Laguna Beach High School will add 22 instructional hours to the next school year, said Assistant Principal Lisa Brackez, who outlined plans to the school board. The new bell schedule includes an increase in instructional minutes to 64,800 minutes per year from 63,461. A committee comprised of students, staff and […]

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Fire Forces Residents From Home

Fire Forces Residents From Home

Twenty-eight firefighters contained a house fire in the 900 block of Noria Street in Arch Beach Heights within 25 minutes on Monday, June 22. The occupants of the two-story residence were not home when the firefighters from the Laguna Beach Fire department and Orange County Fire Authority arrived shortly after 5 p.m. The blaze caused […]

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Scholars Awarded

Scholars Awarded

The scholarships awarded to Laguna Beach High School’s 2014 graduating seniors are as follows, in alphabetical order: A Dream for the Future’ Scholarship $10,000.00 Aria Askaryar Andrew Landsiedel Anya Miller Taylor Romatoski Alexzandra Segall Stephannie Zarate A Good Sportsman Scholarship $3,500.00 Jordan Hartman Tyler Metez Grant Wilhelm A. H. Robertson Memorial Scholarship $500.00 Hannah Martin […]

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Correction

Correction

On Friday June 21 Rick Springfield will be at Laguna Beach Books to promote his new book, Magnificent Vibration.  We incorrectly called the book Magnificant Vibration in our June 13 edition.

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Online Class Promotes Understanding Understanding and Addressing LGBT and Gender-Based Bullying is a month-long online course that begins July 14. It’s an opportunity for educators, school administrators, and parents to learn about issues related to transgender students as well California’s AB1266 that went into effect Jan. 1. “The School Success and Opportunity Act goes some […]