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Appreciates the Privilege of Participation

Appreciates the Privilege of Participation

Editor, I was so pleased to read the Susan Velasquez column last week entitled “Magic Unfolds at Festival Events.” I
 Neighborhood Compatibility Dispute Reveals Deeper Problem

Neighborhood Compatibility Dispute Reveals Deeper Problem

Editor, I was rendered speechless by Commissioner Linda Dietrich’s derogatory, prejudicial, scathing, and entirely inappropriate comments during (a July 9)
Why Isn’t Kelp Cleaned Up?

Why Isn’t Kelp Cleaned Up?

Editor, As a long time resident of North Laguna, can someone explain to me the city’s position on the removal
Too Much of a Good Thing

Too Much of a Good Thing

Editor, What else can the Arts Commission screw up?  The Arts Commission loves to fill up every space in town. Or
The Slant

The Slant

Unknown Author Writes a Reality Check Before taking a seat on a bench, I noticed a piece of paper with
Grant Fuels Big Dreams

Grant Fuels Big Dreams

24Jul14 • 0 comments
Monica Magana, 21, was one of two Laguna College of Art and Design students who received the Festival of Arts
Class Notes

Class Notes

24Jul14 • 0 comments
Local Families Sought to Host Exchange Students The ASSE International Student Exchange Program is seeking local host families for international

24Jul14 • 0 comments
Iseman Seeks Re-election

Iseman Seeks Re-election

24Jul14 • 0 comments
Laguna Beach City Council member Toni Iseman, whose fifth consecutive term ends this fall, has announced that she will run
Street Beat

Street Beat

24Jul14 • 0 comments
Monday, July 14 Structure fire. 1000 block of Catalina. 10:22 a.m. Everyone was evacuated from a building where a fire
Blending Art and Ink Adds to Laguna’s Local Color

Blending Art and Ink Adds to Laguna’s Local Color

24Jul14 • 1 comment
Where young adults congregate, from Main Beach to the corner coffee house, the observant will likely see evidence of a
New Vision for Batting Cages

New Vision for Batting Cages

23Jul14 • 0 comments
It was an early Saturday morning at the Laguna Beach Batting Cages on Laguna Canyon Road. A beehive of maroon-and-white
Merritt Believes He Can Improve on City’s Merits

Merritt Believes He Can Improve on City’s Merits

20Jul14 • 0 comments
Announcing his intention to run for City Council this week, Paul Merritt says the city of Laguna Beach needs to
New Cafe Un-‘Urth’s a Landmark

New Cafe Un-‘Urth’s a Landmark

By Kellie Hall, Special to the Independent Urth Caffé officially broke ground at the historic former Cottage restaurant in North
Local Taps Social Media to Offer Legal Services

Local Taps Social Media to Offer Legal Services

18Jul14 • 0 comments
Like many business owners, Ellie Ortiz, owner of Laguna Beach Legal, has tried to tap social media to develop potential