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Diet Advice for Spring

Editor: I do look forward to spring weather, green grass, and flowers in bloom. The advent of spring is also a great opportunity to turn over a new leaf on our dietary habits. In fact, hundreds of communities welcome spring on March 20 with an observance of the Great American...

Parade Honoree Appreciates Organizers’ Hard Work

Editor, I would like to express my appreciation for the glorious and meaningful Patriots Day Parade on Saturday. It was a time of great rejoicing for me as artist of the year and there’s no place that can match the glory of a parade in Laguna Beach! The weather behaved,...

Laguna Creek Sustains a Connection to Nature

Editor, As a kid growing up in Chicago the only nearby waterway was the infamous Chicago River, a dirty, polluted river that despite sometimes flowing with raw sewage still supported fish, turtles and other wildlife. At about 10 years of age I discovered an unspoiled creek in...

Story Captures Artist’s Spirit

Editor, That was really a great article about Carla (“Artist Finds Satisfaction in a Surprising Medium,” March 6 edition. You put it together so well and brought her spirit to life.  I was just very touched when I read it by both your ability to write it and about Carla’s...

Support for Same-Sex Nuptials Reflect Town History

Editor, Reflecting our history of being an open society, our new mayor Bob Whalen and city council did the right thing when they joined a U.S. Supreme Court brief supporting the right of same sex couples to marry. Internationally listed L.G.B.T friendly West Street beach always...

The Travails of a Dog Owner

Editor, I work in Laguna Beach and my mother is from Laguna. My grandparents still live there and I spend 75 percent of my time in your beautiful town. I work at Valinda’s Art for the Soul. I love reading about the goings on of Laguna Beach in your paper. At the moment my...

Parent Refutes Superintendent’s Message

Editor, This week Superintendent Smith sent a Call Out to all Laguna Beach parents, which does nothing to address the concerns presented in the Feb. 27 Indy article titled “Parents Protest Dumbed Down Math”. This last minute district attempt to communicate with parents the plan...

Welcome to the Wildlands of Laguna Beach

Editor, We are canyon people. Laguna is a town of canyons. Luckily I’ve lived in four of our many canyons – Diamond, Laguna, Bluebird and Hobo. My canyon experiences have taught me that raccoons rule, especially in Hobo (behind Ruby’s in mobile home park) and...

Live Like Lu

Editor, On Monday, March 2nd around 4:30 p.m., it was time for my little dog, Lulu, and I to head down Thalia Street for an end of the day beach walk. Lulu knew that when the shadows grew longer and the light more golden, walk time was near. Rousing from slumber, shaking an old...

Correction:

The article “Author Unearths a Little-Known Family Treasure” in the Feb. 27 edition, imprecisely described Katie Lang’s discovery about her father, which was that he was Jewish. It also did not fully describe how he was able to immigrate; he had relatives who vouched to support...

Correction

In the article titles Author’s Research Unearths a Family Treasure , Feb. 27., the author learns, at age 17,that her Jewish heritage had been kept secret not her family’s German lineage. Further, his relatives did not pay for his ticket to American when he was 19, but instead...

Safety Should Be a Top Priority

Editor, For more than eight years since the baseball field was reoriented (moving home plate from the southwest corner to the northwest corner), the residents of St. Ann’s Drive and Wilson Street have been continually bombarded by baseballs: not a dozen, but hundreds and...

Let’s All Pay Attention Out There

Editor, I would like to send my apologies to the woman and her dog, that I did not see, crossing Mermaid Street along Glenneyre, that I almost hit. I’m sorry I didn’t see you. I feel really bad about it, but I really didn’t see you. This situation is serious in Laguna Beach....

Improve Street Safety With Lighting

Editor, Why is Glenneyre deserted after dusk? It seems people do not use that street because it is dark and prefer the Coast Highway or other streets. I have heard that this street has the most pedestrian accidents in town. Recently while driving on Glenneyre and crossing Park...

Deploy Technology to Learn Traffic’s Origin

Editor, According to City Manager John Peitig, “it’s going to get worse.” The Laguna Canyon Road Task Force was assembled to identify the best options and reach consensus on how to calm traffic, balancing citizens’ desires to maintain the canyon’s...