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Inside Out: The JFK Assassination was my 9/11

Inside Out: The JFK Assassination was my 9/11

When JFK was shot, my parents were on the parade route. Friends were at the Dallas Trade Mart awaiting Kennedy’s
Christy Acquires Laguna’s ‘Yosemite’

Christy Acquires Laguna’s ‘Yosemite’

28Jun13 • 5 comments
The acquisition of Aliso Creek Inn and Golf Course was announced Thursday by a private investment group led by lifetime
Village Entrance Moves Ahead, Finally

Village Entrance Moves Ahead, Finally

After years of talks and studies, Laguna Beach’s City Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday to proceed with a $42 million
What Next for Mozambique?

What Next for Mozambique?

21Sep14 • 0 comments
By Randy Kraft, Special to the Independent Mozambique’s restaurant main floor dining area, voluntarily closed last year in lieu of
Hurricane Devastates Sister City

Hurricane Devastates Sister City

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association President Karyn Philippsen was on a plane returning from
133, More than A Winding Road

133, More than A Winding Road

19Sep14 • 0 comments
By Rita Robinson | LB Indy Imagine gathering together eight of your favorite local musicians, each with big talent and
Utility Pole Removal OK’d in Woods Cove

Utility Pole Removal OK’d in Woods Cove

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Karen Klammer calculates that dedicated volunteers put in about 1,000 hours over the past

18Sep14 • 0 comments
Candidates Weigh in on Sustainable Issues

Candidates Weigh in on Sustainable Issues

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Not surprisingly, Laguna Beach’s seven candidates running for City Council paid a lot of
Political Briefs

Political Briefs

18Sep14 • 0 comments
Candidate Kicks Off School Board Campaign Carol Normandin described the reasons for her candidacy for one of the three open
Pet Peeves

Pet Peeves

I Yam What I Yam I yam what I yam. I’m not Popeye the Sailorman. I’m not strong to the

18Sep14 • 0 comments
Benefits and Benefactors

Benefits and Benefactors

18Sep14 • 0 comments
Night at the Ranch, a Surprising Success The inaugural Night at the Ranch fundraiser welcomed over 200 guests with a
Make a Difference By Cleaning Up the Coast

Make a Difference By Cleaning Up the Coast

18Sep14 • 0 comments
The public is invited to join California’s largest beach cleanup of the year —from Aliso Creek Beach to Main Beach
Jews Welcome a New Year

Jews Welcome a New Year

18Sep14 • 0 comments
Chabad Jewish Center plans Rosh Hashanah services and a workshop in the next week, marking the beginning of the Jewish
Eight Grader Embarks on a Haiti Mission

Eight Grader Embarks on a Haiti Mission

18Sep14 • 0 comments
Sydney Mangus, a Thurston Middle School student, will travel to Cap Haitian, Haiti, on a nine-day medical mission trip with
Laguna Adopts Another Sibling

Laguna Adopts Another Sibling

18Sep14 • 0 comments
The Laguna Beach City Council officially adopted St. Ives, England, as a sister city, joining current siblings in Menton, France,
Museum’s Festival Marries Art With Nature

Museum’s Festival Marries Art With Nature

18Sep14 • 0 comments
By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy Performance art, exhibitions on renowned environmental artist Lita Albuquerque and marble carvings of Elizabeth