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On the Table

On the Table

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Drinking Up Fall’s Best Flavor Craving pumpkin pie, but don’t want to overindulge on sugar? nekter Juice Bar offers a pumpkin
City council Candidate Q & A

City council Candidate Q & A

30Oct14 • 1 comment
First Question: What is the single most important issue facing the city? Kelly Boyd: There is not just one single
Scouts Meet the Guards

Scouts Meet the Guards

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Cub Scout Pack 35 of Webelos Scouts and their siblings and parents visited the new lifeguard headquarters on Main Beach. Capt.
Checking in on Community Coops

Checking in on Community Coops

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Join the self-guided Community Coop Tour, which visits 18 home-based backyard chicken coops between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sunday,
A Victory for Open Space Advocates

A Victory for Open Space Advocates

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Future generations will be able to enjoy 297 acres on Mt. Baldy in the San Gabriel Mountains thanks in part
Indy Arts Calendar

Indy Arts Calendar

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Friday, Oct. 31 Bruce White’s Annual Dead Man’s Party and Costume Ball, 9 p.m., White House, 340 S. Coast Hwy.
High School Sports Update

High School Sports Update

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Breakers Fall Short at Estancia 17-6 By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy Football (1-7, 0-3) Laguna played a tough well-played
Young Martial Arts Devotees Bring Home Gold

Young Martial Arts Devotees Bring Home Gold

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Fourteen students age 7 to 12 from Cho’s Academy of Laguna Beach competed among 1,000 participants at the 22nd Annual
 Team Leader Comes From a Family of Court Competitors

Team Leader Comes From a Family of Court Competitors

30Oct14 • 0 comments
By Robert Campbell | LB Indy Deadlocked at nine after 18 matches with Aliso Niguel, Laguna Beach High School girls’
First Tournament Nets a Medal

First Tournament Nets a Medal

30Oct14 • 0 comments
The co-ed, 10 and under team of Laguna Beach Water Polo won third place at the 2014 Evan Cousineau Memorial
Streetbeat

Streetbeat

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Monday, Oct. 20 Burglary. 1700 block of S. Coast Hwy. 12:39 p.m. Someone broke into a restaurant bar area by
School Candidates Q&A

School Candidates Q&A

30Oct14 • 0 comments
Q1 Will Common Core make students better workers but expose them less to a liberal arts education? Q2 What needs
Schools Seek Public Feedback on New Projects

Schools Seek Public Feedback on New Projects

30Oct14 • 0 comments
The school board is seeking public input on a facilities master plan and asks members of the community, students, staff
Taking Stock

Taking Stock

30Oct14 • 0 comments
‘Tis The Season Like a vanishing Halloween ghost, the Federal Reserve ended the tapering of its bond-buying program, at least
Don’t Drop the Ball; Sport Swap is a Slam Dunk

Don’t Drop the Ball; Sport Swap is a Slam Dunk

30Oct14 • 0 comments
The Thurston Middle School PTA will host the sixth annual Sports Swap from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday,