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Surf Film Chronicles Pipe Dreams

Surf Film Chronicles Pipe Dreams

The South Coast Regency Theater will screen an unusual surf film Thursday, Aug. 14. “Beyond Sight, The Derek Rabelo Story” chronicles the three-year journey of Rabelo, born blind in Guarapari, Brazil, who endures grueling mental, physical and spiritual training to achieve his dream of surfing the Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. Along the […]

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Stars Turn Out to Support Ocean Conservation

Stars Turn Out to Support Ocean Conservation

  Actor and film producer Leonardo DiCaprio is this year’s special guest at the SeaChange summer party Saturday, Aug. 16, taking place at a private home in Laguna Beach. DiCaprio will walk the red carpet when doors open at 6 p.m. The annual Orange County event benefits Oceana, founded in 2001 to focus on ocean […]

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Some Leap!

Some Leap!

Summer campers observed a pair of humpback whales leaping out of the water and waving their flukes about two miles offshore Laguna Beach on Tuesday. The Ocean Institute in Dana Point offers whale-watching trips for school children during the week and for the general public on weekends onboard its RV Sea Explorer, said spokesman Jim […]

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Trafficking Expert Describe Modern Day Slavery

Trafficking Expert Describe Modern Day Slavery

“What Human Trafficking Looks Like in Orange County and What We Can Do” is Sandra Morgan’s talking point at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 9, at Laguna Beach United Methodist Church, 21632 Wesley Ave. The public is invited to hear Morgan, the director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women and Justice who has served served […]

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Police Veteran Turns in Her Badge

Police Veteran Turns in Her Badge

Investigations supervisor Louise Callus retired from the police department on Thursday, July 31, capping a 30-year career with Laguna Beach that began with a temporary summer job in 1984 as an unsworn parking control officer. After getting rehired fulltime that fall, Callus stayed in that position three years and then retreated indoors to work four […]

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The ‘Waterman’ Tradition Continues

The ‘Waterman’ Tradition Continues

By Donna Furey | LB Indy Nineteen-year-old Chris Garau graduated with honors from San Juan Hills high school and soon will be competing in the water polo Junior Olympics. This summer is his first as a rookie Laguna Beach lifeguard, stationed on Main Beach. But lifeguarding and community service in Laguna Beach are a tradition […]

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	Food Pantry Gets A Windfall

Food Pantry Gets A Windfall

Laguna Board of Realtors’ Charitable Assistance Fund surprised Laguna Food Pantry chair Andy Siegenfeld with a $12,000 check at an awards presentation last month, far surpassing the grant amount requested. “We were overwhelmed with the generosity of this grant,” said Siegenfeld. “It gives us an enormous boost that will help us meet our operating costs, […]

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Garden Welcomes a Potluck Party

Garden Welcomes a Potluck Party

The South Laguna Community Garden Park welcomes garden lovers to its annual summer garden festival and potluck from 4-7 p.m., Sunday, July 27, at Eagle Rock Way and Coast Highway. There will be live music by Tony Bisson and friends. Donations welcome toward a permanent garden. Information at SouthLaguna.org/garden.   Commissioner Examines Drug Court’s Effectiveness […]

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Personnel File

Personnel File

Public Relations with a Side of Yum Laguna local Melinda Morgan Kartsonis, founder of Morgan Marketing and Public Relations, is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. Morgan-Kartsonis has donated more than $100,000 worth of pro bono work to many organizations, including Human Options, The American Cancer Society, Share Our Strength, and St. […]

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Concerts Enliven Club Scene for Kids

Concerts Enliven Club Scene for Kids

For the second year in a row, Laguna Beach Live! is bringing outdoor summer concerts to the Boys and Girls Club.  Guitarist Matt Quilter and drummer Lee “Kix” Rybacek kicked off the twice monthly series, performing surf classics while accompanied by club members on percussion instruments and found-object drum sets. “These summer concerts are a […]

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Susan Bollingmo

Susan Bollingmo

Susan Bollingmo was born Aug. 2,1940, and died July 15, 2014, from complications of Parkinson’s Disease. Formerly married to Daniel Weston, she was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. Known for her gracious ways of loving and caring for others, she will be remembered for her many acts of kindness. A successful single mother prior […]

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Anne Haynes Price Fike

Anne Haynes Price Fike

Former Laguna Beach resident and well-known psychotherapist with the Saddleback Pediatric Medical Group, Dr. Anne Haynes Price Fike, died on Thursday, July 17, 2014, at her home at Brethren Hillcrest Homes in La Verne. She was the only child of George Nash and Mildred Haynes and was born on May 31, 1936, in Bassett, Va. […]

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Local Taps Social Media to Offer Legal Services

Local Taps Social Media to Offer Legal Services

Like many business owners, Ellie Ortiz, owner of Laguna Beach Legal, has tried to tap social media to develop potential business prospects. Unlike the usual coupon discounts that pop up on Facebook, Ortiz is offering a far more serious service: a living trust package valued at $750. Her office is located in Boat Canyon at […]

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Hobie Goes Home

Hobie Goes Home

  “Hobie,” a California sea lion named in honor of the surfing and sailing icon Hobie Alter, successfully recovered at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center and was released last week. The sea lion was rescued on April 1, days after Alter’s death. She was found underweight and wounded resting near the pier in Newport Beach. […]