A plein air art project for fourth and fifth grade students at the Anneliese School was made possible in part by the SEEDS Arts and Education Foundation. Through a partnership with the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association, students visited the Irvine Museum and had painting lessons from local plein air painter Jeff Sewell. Along with […]
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Seeds Sponsors Summer Events Seeds Arts and Education, a Laguna Beach based organization, is helping organize three events suitable for outings for young children, all from Anneliese School’s Willowbrook campus in Laguna Canyon. On Friday, July 22, the group is hosting a field trip departing from the school at 9:30 a.m., joining Earthroots […]
Anneliese waterproofs school with rain pools When it floods, there’s only one thing that should get depressed, even in Laguna Beach, says rainwater-harvesting expert Brad Lancaster, referring not to an emotional state but a concave landscape. Flooding could be prevented in Laguna Beach without installing uber-expensive storm drains and pipes by landscaping with “depressed” […]
Jazz Trio to Perform Laguna Beach Live! presents jazz guitarist Bruce Forman with Alex King on bass and Jake Reed on drums this Wednesday, Feb. 15, as part of the new jazz series at Hotel Laguna. Two shows, at 6 and 7:45 p.m., take place in the Catalina Room of Hotel Laguna’s lounge. There is […]
By Andrea Adelson | LB Indy Distraught flood victims poured out their fears, grievances, pleas and suggestions last Friday to city officials, who agreed to some immediate requests for debris dumpsters and building fee waivers for repairs. Charlie and Ann Quilter, who rebuilt an elevated rock redoubt in Laguna Canyon after a 1998 storm took […]
Nurseryman Kevin Naughton says the devastation that wrecked his Laguna Gardens Nursery “was unlike other storms” that have come through the canyon. It had all the characteristics of a flash flood, a wall of water that “blew out everything in its path,” he said, including 100-pound statues and a cinder block wall that toppled intact.
Indeed, Naughton’s property, once filled with garden accessories, ceramic pots and healthy greenery at the corner of Laguna Canyon and Raquel roads, this week looked like it had been in the path of a steamroller and a tornado.