Friday, July 25 Final weekend: “[title of show],” 7:30 p.m., No Square Theatre, 384 Legion St., nosquare.org or 949 715-0333.
Artistic Partners Share Fringe Benefits The benefits and challenges of creating work together will be discussed by Betty Haight and
Jazz on the Green Introduces Fusion Artists
Hailed in the United Kingdom as the “kings of jazz/funk fusion,” Down to the Bone performs from 1-3 p.m. Saturday,
Hey Buddy Hey buddy, whaddaya say? I think there’s something wrong with my hearing. My ears are on the fritz.
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
Prehistoric Creatures Close-up Chitonsare primitive marine mollusks resembling trilobites whose fossil record can be traced back to the Devonian Period
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
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.,
Public Relations with a Side of Yum Laguna local Melinda Morgan Kartsonis, founder of Morgan Marketing and Public Relations, is
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
Susan Bollingmo was born Aug. 2,1940, and died July 15, 2014, from complications of Parkinson’s Disease. Formerly married to Daniel
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
Let’s Make Life the Top Priority
(This was also addressed to council members.) Editor: I want to share this safe bike transportation program that the OCTA has
Resume the Quest for a Public Trail
Editor, I, like many of my Laguna Beach friends and neighbors, was extremely disappointed to learn that the Planning
Christy’s Predicament Points to a Larger Issue
Editor: Only the cold hearted could read Mark Christy’s plan for his special property without feeling extra sympathy for him.