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Glennwood Sets Out to Meet Its Neighbors

Glennwood Sets Out to Meet Its Neighbors

By Justin Swanson | LB Indy   New electrical wiring – complicated, intricate, and functionally crucial – now runs through the walls of every room in Glennwood House, leading back to the director’s office. Though outwardly the residential facility for developmentally disabled adults is still unfinished, the connectivity being forged within indicates how far along […]

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Teen Surprised by Burglar

Teen Surprised by Burglar

A teenager fled to the safety of a neighbor’s house after encountering a burglar in her own home in the 800 block of S. Coast Highway about 6:27 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, police said. One or more thieves apparently kicked in the locked front door while she was showering, Sgt. Louise Callus said. Police did […]

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Tunnel Project’s Demolition Set to Start

Tunnel Project’s Demolition Set to Start

Next week, South Coast Water District workers will remove a small 1928 house and detached garage on property at Fourth Avenue and Coast Highway in preparation for a five-year, $50 million sewer replacement project. No one has lived in the dilapidated house since 1974, according to a report by the water district, which acquired the […]

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Community Datebook 1/11/13

Community Datebook 1/11/13

Learning About Marine Mammal Rescue Bring along lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 16 and learn about one of Laguna Beach’s institutions, the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, and its rescue efforts at a noon presentation at Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave. “We’re open for the public to visit and this presentation will be an excellent introduction […]

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Art Seen 12/28/12

Art Seen 12/28/12

In the Footsteps of the Masters The Laguna College of Art and Design opens its exhibition “LCAD In Holland and France,” which showcases artworks by students and faculty Jan. 4 through 18. A reception is planned for Friday, Jan 18 from 5 to 9 p.m. Located at 2222 Laguna Canyon Road, exhibition hours are Monday […]

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Getting Out 12/28/12

Getting Out 12/28/12

Saluting ’13 in 007 Style The St. Regis Monarch Beach hosts its New Year’s Eve party with live music, culinary stations, cocktails, Aston Martins, and a midnight champagne toast. Located at 1 Monarch Beach Resort, advanced entry at 8 p.m. is $105 and includes the culinary stations.  Late entry at 10 p.m. is $75 and […]

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Buying Locally Delivers a Double Gift

Buying Locally Delivers a Double Gift

Kavita Reddy’s Buy Hand shop serves as a local, handmade marketplace that is also helping some schools with fundraising projects. Reddy’s vision is to help generate community support for local businesses and artisans as well as the uniqueness in each of us, a gift, she notes, that lasts all year. Reddy says her shop gains […]

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Bicyclist Questions Diversion to Glenneyre

Bicyclist Questions Diversion to Glenneyre

Editor: Regarding: A proposal to eliminate automobile lanes to accommodate the addition of bicycle lanes on Glenneyre Street. Over the last several weeks I have read a number of newspaper columns and watched town council meetings wherein a handful of people who refer to themselves as “complete street” advocates, have proposed the idea of reducing […]

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Getting Out 11/23/12

Getting Out 11/23/12

Weekend Sale At Laguna Art Museum The Laguna Art Museum is offering a 10 percent discount Friday through Sunday, Nov. 23-25 in the refurbished store on all purchases. Museum members receive 20% off. The museum has revamped its store under the direction of Executive Director Malcolm Warner and new volunteer store manager Michele Monda with […]

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Suspicious Customer Elude Police

Suspicious Customer Elude Police

A man in his 60s wearing board shorts and posing as a customer exposed himself to a 16-year-old female clerk in a Laguna Beach surf shop on Sunday, Nov. 18, and his suspicions actions in two other nearby surf shops prompted shopkeepers to make similar complaints, police reported. Police searched the area without success after […]

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Getting Out 10/26/12

Getting Out 10/26/12

Thriller Debuts in Halloween Benefit “Mirror Image,” filmed in Laguna Beach by local resident and executive producer Joey DePinto, will premiere on Oct. 28 at South Coast Cinema in a benefit for Irvine’s Guard A Heart, a non-profit foundation whose “Know Your Risk, Inspire Life” campaign is dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease. The […]

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Vandals Leave a Costly Trail of Wreckage

Vandals Leave a Costly Trail of Wreckage

Sheriff’s deputies arrested two active duty Marines for suspicion of felony vandalism early Sunday in Dana Point, suspects in a 30-minute spree that caused thousands of dollars in shattered windows along nearly nine miles of coastline. At least eight storefronts and windows of 17 vehicles in between Dana Point and  Newport Coast were smashed by […]

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Criticizing Bike-Lane Story

Criticizing Bike-Lane Story

Editor, The recent article title “Glenneyre May Shrink to Two Lanes” (Oct. 12 edition) was a bit misleading. A more accurate title would be “Glenneyre May Shrink to Three Lanes.” The plan is one lane in each direction, with a center turn lane. After contacting the writer, Rita Robinson, I was told that she didn’t choose the title. […]

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Speaker Takes Up Arms Against ‘War on Women’

Speaker Takes Up Arms Against ‘War on Women’

Lori Vandermeir, president of the Orange County chapter of the National Organization for Women, speaks at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, about the assault on women’s issues since the 2010 election. The talk takes place at the Democratic Club headquarters, 1401 S.  Coast Highway.

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Boutique Reopens Downtown

Boutique Reopens Downtown

The public is invited to join in boutique 11th Moon’s grand re-opening ribbon-cutting celebration at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 17, at its new location, 547 S. Coast Highway.