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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
Rooftop Bar Still on Ice

Rooftop Bar Still on Ice

31Jul14 • 0 comments
By Randy Kraft, Special to the Independent Local resident Sam Goldstein will require more patience to learn if his petition
How to Be a Cool Grandmother

How to Be a Cool Grandmother

By Susan Jacob, Special to the Independent In all my life, I never once concerned myself with being cool. The
Colleges Pay Heed to Depression

Colleges Pay Heed to Depression

By Jeremy Bamidele, Special to the Independent The recent string of school shootings has inspired school administrators to start taking
Artist Sculpts Portraits of a Novel Dimension

Artist Sculpts Portraits of a Novel Dimension

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Squinting her eyes and turning her head this way and that, artist Jessica de Stefano is studying her subject, a
Attend a Fashion Re-Invention

Attend a Fashion Re-Invention

31Jul14 • 0 comments
  Festival artists compete to create the most inspired couture using reclaimed, reused or recycled material at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug.
Kuhnert Gallery Closes Its Doors

Kuhnert Gallery Closes Its Doors

31Jul14 • 0 comments
By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy  It’s been here since 1983, ensconced in the Hobbit shops center, a one-room gallery
Pull on the Cowboy Boots for Sawdust’s Western Day

Pull on the Cowboy Boots for Sawdust’s Western Day

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Sawdust Art Festival adopts a country western theme Saturday, Aug. 2, with entertainment, art classes and Saloon specials to celebrate
Art Seen

Art Seen

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Carnival of Venice Series Opens at Artist Eye Giorgio Dimichina’s new series of paintings depicting the colors, romance and mystery
Wisdom Workout

Wisdom Workout

Are You Running On Empty? When life was more leisurely, summer was a time for increased relaxation and ease. Today,
The Best Show in Town

The Best Show in Town

Editor, One of Laguna Beach’s major hotels is smack in the middle of downtown Laguna.  At a recent meeting of
Cyclists List Fixes for Safer Streets

Cyclists List Fixes for Safer Streets

Editor, We are writing to express our concern about the grave situation with respect to pedestrian and bicyclist safety in
Letter Cites Best-Practices Website for Land Planning

Letter Cites Best-Practices Website for Land Planning

Editor, Re: Cathy Bartels’ letter of July 25, “Lets Make Life the Top Priority” “I especially like www.streetfilms.org” Thank you
A Prescription for Safe and Happy Riding

A Prescription for Safe and Happy Riding

Editor, I am a bicyclist; a safe one. I realize that if hit by a car, I lose. Look at
Running the Hills Instead of the Highway

Running the Hills Instead of the Highway

Editor, As we move through the long days in the heart of summer, we’re also in prime running season.  I’ve
Santa Ana is a Better Location

Santa Ana is a Better Location

Editor, I feel compelled once again to air my disdain on how the ACLU has helped Laguna Beach to roll