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On the Radio

Show Opens a Window on Gay Rights Jeffrey Moline, John Meeks and Terry Franklin describe their story about one of the seminal moments in LGB rights at 11 a.m. this Saturday, Nov. 15, on “Perspectives,” broadcast on KX.OneLaguna.com. Warm, witty and wonderful is how radio talk...
Posted On 13 Nov 2014

Your Vote Matters

Editor, Regardless of what one thinks of Citizen’s United and all the money poured into elections, it still comes down to one person, one vote. It all comes down to you. Among the many candidates we must select is our U.S. Congress person. My radio show, “Perspectives,” on...

Let’s Go Dutch

I thought the door was closed on the village entrance project. Then I read there’s a community workshop scheduled to discuss the project for July 16at the village entrance. Above, level and underground parking available next door. I made up the last sentence to see if I could get...

Honoring America’s Patriots

Each July 4 we celebrate Independence Day, the day on which our nation pauses to honor and to extend gratitude for those many great American patriots that served, fought, or died defending and preserving the liberties our founding fathers held sacred.  However, we must also...

Listen In

Pam Wicks, Laguna Beach’s unofficial “spiritual ambassador” to the Tibetan diaspora, and Christine Montonna, from the Collaborative Courts Foundation, are guests of Ernest Hackmon on his 1 p.m. Saturday radio show. “The Importance of Being” can be heard live online at...
Posted On 26 Jun 2014

Gay Rights/Political Activist Speaks Out

“Perspectives with Dr. Ari Grayson” features Fred S. Karger on Saturday, June 14. Karger is an American political consultant, gay rights activist and watchdog, former actor, and former candidate for the Republican nomination for the 2012 US Presidential election. He...

In Defense of Strict Unicorn Leash Laws

If it strikes you that I’m being facetious about the dire need for strict unicorn leash laws, then you haven’t been paying attention. You should be afraid of untethered unicorns because they pose a real danger to our Republic; at least that’s what some would have us believe. In a...

What’s on the Weekend Dial

Suzanne Savary, the Democratic candidate opposing Republican Dana Rohrabacher for California’s 48th congressional district, is interviewed Saturday, April 5, beginning at 11 a.m. on the web station [email protected] on host Ari Grayson’s show “Perspectives.” Interviews with...

Look Who’s in the Line Up

Incumbent Dana Rohrabacher, representative for Laguna Beach and the 48th Congressional district who faces re-election in November, will be a guest on KX.OneLaguna.com beginning at 11 a.m. this Saturday, March 29. Listen-in live to hear the congressman’s conversation wi...

The Essential Nature of Nature

A common refrain amongst environmental psychologists is “a city without trees isn’t fit for a dog.”  We appreciate the innate needs of our animal friends yet sometimes fail to recognize even the (most) basic needs of humans.  Architects and planners are often ignorant of...

Shaping a Greener, More Pedestrian-Friendly Town

  Greek philosopher Plato said of his Athens community: “This city is what it is because our citizens are what they are.”  If true, what does that say about us as Lagunans and the community we all cherish? Laguna Beach is a community inhabited by incredible people. Our citizens...