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New Mural Embellishes Sawdust Art Festival

Artist Rolland Berry creates the mural "Heritage" as a gift to the Sawdust Art Festival, which opens its 50th season next Friday, June 24.

Endangered Species Returns to Laguna Park

A group of captive bred and still endangered Pacific pocket mice are re-introduced to Laguna Coast Wilderness Park.

Laguna Playhouse Receives Grant for Education Programs

Laguna Playhouse has been awarded a grant of $5,000 from National Finance Partners (NFP) to provide support and for its year-round education programs.

City Mum on Voter Sentiment Survey

A survey to determine voter sentiment on city projects and proposals, including if residents are willing to foot the bill on a $180 million utility under-grounding project, is circulating through the email in-boxes of 6,000 Laguna Beach registered voters.

Champs at Last

  By Bill Norris, Special to the Independent After 78 years, the Laguna Beach High School baseball team finally got to have its dog pile. The Breakers scratched out two runs and pitcher Ashton Goddard made sure that was enough as Laguna Beach defeated Kaiser High School of...

Primary Election Returns

Laguna Beach voters felt the same degree of “Bern” that the rest of Orange County voters were feeling last Tuesday.
Posted On 09 Jun 2016

USA Express Tire Rolls Into Town

The Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce announces the grand opening of USA Express Tire & Service of Laguna Beach at 350 Broadway. The public is invited to meet the new owners, the Andonian Family, on Wednesday, June 15, from 4 to 7 p.m. Attendees will enjoy appetizers,...

Celebrate Global Wellness Day at the Montage

Kerstin Florian skincare, partnering with Montage Laguna Beach, and dedicated to Charlene Florian, celebrates Global Wellness Day, which was first celebrated in 2012 in Turkey as the first “official” international day dedicated to living well.   Now celebrated in 73...

Laguna’s Beaches Get Top Grades

Heal the Bay has released their 2015-2016 Beach Report Card.  During the summer season all 20 locations tracked in Laguna Beach scored an A or A+.  The winter dry season from November to March gave 17 beaches a score of A or A+.  The outlet of Aliso Creek scored a low grade in...

Hortense Miller Garden Open House

On Saturday, June 11, the renowned Hortense Miller Garden is holding an Open House from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. View the historic Mid-Century Modern house and the unique natural garden on the side of Boat Canyon overlooking the ocean. See special displays, shop for unique garden...

Indy on Arts

Friday, June 10 PantryPalooza happy hour fundraiser with Agave Bros., 5–7:30 p.m., Marine Room Tavern, 214 Ocean Ave. Radio station KX 93.5 piano bar dinner duel, 6 p.m., Montage resort, 30801 S. Coast Highway. Tickets: $100. www.KX935.com. “Buyer and Cellar,” 7:30 p.m., Laguna...

Streetbeat

Thursday, June 2 Grand Theft. Shady Lane. 3:14 p.m. Resident and current renter reported they think property stolen by former tenant who recently moved out. Reported an Alice & Olivia Design bicycle valued at $500. Tumi Luggage stolen. Suspicious Person. Bay Drive. 2:17 p.m....

Raising Toxic Questions

A panel of eight experts and activists will provide their solutions for moving radioactive nuclear waste from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station at a 6 p.m. presentation Wednesday, June 8, in the City Council chambers.

Champs at Last

By Bill Norris, Special to the Independent SAN BERNARDINO — After 78 years, the Laguna Beach High School baseball team finally got to have its dog pile. The Breakers scratched out two runs and pitcher Ashton Goddard made sure that was enough as Laguna Beach defeated Kaiser...

In Mock Trial, Fiction Comes to Life

It took Thurston Middle School students just an hour to unanimously convict Henry Tudor of murdering King Richard III in a mock trial last Friday, May 27.