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Artist Units Move Forward

Residents thronged City Hall on Tuesday to weigh in on local sculptor Louis Longi’s artists’ work/live project, the source of months of controversy. Proponents sported bright red t-shirts, while vivid green “Save Laguna Canyon” lapel stickers indicated...

Minding our Business: Career Shift

Here’s the fiction: Accomplished woman marries for love, discovers a stranger, and in this novel, an abusive stranger, and has to find her way out to protect her children. Perfect fodder for a page-turner. Here’s the backstory: Happily married Laguna architect, Suzanne Redfearn,...
Posted On 18 Oct 2013

Margot Seeholzer

Margot Seeholzer, resident of Laguna Beach of over 40 years, passed away suddenly in her home Saturday, Sept. 14. Born in Germany in 1942, her wanderlust brought her to sunny Laguna Beach in the early ‘70s, where she joined her cousin, Anneliese Schimmelpfennig, to help teach at...

Corner Blooms With Native Plants

At the corner of Laguna Canyon and El Toro Roads, near Anneliese’s Willowbrook campus, the Greater Laguna Coast Fire Safe Council is transforming a portion of Aliso and  Wood Canyons Wilderness Park from a  weedy lot to native plants. This project is intended to reduce fire...

Campers Transform into Heroes, Bug Detectives

Cho’s Academy is offering a series of summer camps for kids, focusing on fitness, creativity, yoga and outdoor activities.  At superhero camp, from Aug. 8-12, children will connect with real life local heroes as well as participate in a beach party, birthday party, martial arts,...