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Pearson Bids Council Adieu

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Describing the proudest moments of her 12 years on the City Council, Mayor Elizabeth Pearson, who leaves office next month, said they were “those times I was really able to help people in need,” some known to the general public, some...

Fish Fest Carries on With a Fresh Twist

The Laguna Beach Anglers are hosting their eighth annual Fish Fry this Saturday, Nov. 15 from noon to 4 p.m. at Bluebird Park, which serves as a benefit for Glennwood House of Laguna Beach. The $10 per person Fish Fry is served pot luck style and features fish caught by local...

Festival of Arts Makeover Moves Inside, Too

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy With the demolished main entrance to the Festival of Arts expected to be rebuilt in time for the 2015 festival, the organization is also developing concepts for an interior makeover that could begin next fall, President Fred Sattler said Wednesday...

Main Beach Becomes a Canvas for an Unusual Wave

By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy In the waning light of dusk, a tribe of 180 volunteers walked from Heisler Park to the sand of Main Beach last Saturday. Dressed in white, they were women and men, tall and short, fair and dark, all with facial expressions suggesting a meditative...

Helping Vets a Glass at a Time

Local Laguna Beach children spent Veteran’s Day selling lemonade outside the apartment complex where they live and raised over $100, which they donated to a non-profit that helps veterans, Patriotic Hearts. HirePatriots.com, part of the organization’s community outreach program,...
Posted On 13 Nov 2014

Streetbeat

Monday, Nov. 3 Traffic collision. S. Coat Hwy. 5:43 p.m. An elderly male driver sideswiped a city trolley and continued southbound, where he hit a parked car at Rockledge. The driver suffered minor-moderate injuries and was transported to the hospital for treatment. Burglary.....

Indy on Arts

Friday, Nov. 14 “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” 7:30 p.m., Artists’ Theatre at LBHS, 625 Park Ave., Tickets are $10-$20. Also 11/15 and 11/16 at 2:20 p.m. DJ Flex, White House, 340 S. Coast Hwy. Nate and the Declaration, 9 p.m., Marine Room Tavern, 214 Ocean Ave. Nick I & ADD, 9...

Garden Potluck Stirs Up Community

Members of the South Laguna Community Garden invite the public to join their fall festival and potluck on Sunday, Nov. 16 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Coast Highway and Eagle Rock Way. Bring a dish or snacks for 10 people and your own drinks; enjoy live music and celebrate th...

Good Causes

Girls Give Up Sweets for a Cause The Lion’s Heart Laguna Beach chapter seems not yet prepared to sort candy collected for troops overseas. With the help of local schools including Anneliese’s, St. Catherine’s and El Morro, as well as the Laguna Beach Library,...

Do We Really Lose?


By Steve Erickson Do we really lose when we’ve lost things or people or is it time for a new beginning? A whole life full of things lost. Still seems terrible, no matter what the cost. People dying and you end up crying. Here for a short while, sometimes you can’t...

LBHS Polo Star Signs With Stanford

Stanford University’s women’s water polo program signed six prep standouts to national letters of intent, including Makenzie Fischer of Laguna Beach, head coach John Tanner announced Wednesday. Fischer is one of just two high school students and the only member of the class of...

Breaking News: Rock’N Fish’s closure in Laguna Beach

November 11, 2014 Below is an open letter from the owners of Rock’N Fish Laguna Beach who closed their doors yesterday for the last time. Friends and Family, With great sadness we are announcing Rock’N Fish’s closure in Laguna Beach. We have developed many friendships and loyal...

Public Opinion Shapes the Future of Laguna Canyon, Downtown

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Even as taming congestion and improving road safety became part of the campaign spiel of some City Council candidates, new initiatives to address the issues are underway with a number of opportunities for the public to chime in. A task force to...

Celebrating Patriotic Service

Legion Marks Veterans Day With Pageantry The community is welcome to join the American Legion at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, in honoring veterans for their service at Legion Hall, 384 Legion St. Mayor Pro Tem Bob Whalen will join keynote speaker Frank Daniel, commander of VFW Post...