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Laguna Police Officer Dies in Collision

Laguna Police Officer Dies in Collision

A 42-year-old Laguna Beach police officer and Iraq war veteran was tragically killed in a traffic collision late Saturday, Sept. 21, the department’s second death of an officer in the line of duty in 60 years. Jon Coutchie, a four-year officer with the department who was assigned to motor patrol earlier this year, died after […]

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Coast Highway Blocked by Downed Pole

Coast Highway Blocked by Downed Pole

Coast Highway near the Laguna Art Museum was reopened late Tuesday afternoon after authorities removed a light standard knocked  into the roadway, police said. A boom on a truck swung to the side and struck the light pole outside the museum at midday, Sgt. Louise Callus said. Photo by Carly Layne         […]

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Pedestrian Injured in Laguna Collision

Pedestrian Injured in Laguna Collision

A 56-year-old visitor was injured when struck in a Laguna Beach crosswalk by a vehicle turning at Cress Street onto Coast Highway about 1:10 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, police said. Portions of Coast Highway were temporarily closed as a result of the collision and following accident investigation. The woman from Medford, Ore., was transported to […]

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John A. Garau

John A. Garau

On Thursday Aug. 23, 2013, we lost our father and our community lost one of its most unique characters and longtime citizens, John Aurelio Garau.   When Dos Equis XX created the “Most Interesting Man in the World” campaign they could have easily taken from Garau’s adventures because in many ways he was the most Interesting […]

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The Write Stuff 8/22/13

The Write Stuff 8/22/13

Transformative Author Visits  Laguna Beach Books welcomes Sean Meshorer, author of “The Bliss Experiment: 28 Days to Personal Transformation” on Sunday, Aug. 25, at 4 p.m., 1200 S. Coast Highway. He book is based on the author’s seminar and includes dozens of stories, research and exercises that have worked for people from all walks of […]

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Parents of Some Skateboarders Would Be Appalled

Parents of Some Skateboarders Would Be Appalled

Editor, Recently we have had an influx of skateboarders flying down Bluebird, which is okay as long as they stay off of private property.  I have politely asked them many times to stay off of our property because they were tearing up the brick, leaving scuffs all over the driveway, not to mention the damage […]

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Managing Congestion

Managing Congestion

Editor, I keep hearing that the village entrance project is going to benefit business, but I don’t agree. The parking structure is going to be located outside the business district, and we already know that people want to park on the ground close to stores. Building it will disrupt traffic and create more congestion and […]

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Grieving for a 'Best Buddy'

Grieving for a ‘Best Buddy’

As members of the Laguna Beach community join Penguin Cafe owners Sabrina and Michael McMurray at a memorial today for their son, William, another young boy copes with the passing of his best friend and partner in all things Pokemon. “I will never forget you and will cherish every moment I did have,” wrote Taylor […]

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Summer Picnics Made Easy

Summer Picnics Made Easy

Maro Wood Grill and Sapphire restaurant have each designed grab-and-go meals perfect for outdoor picnics or concerts. Chef Debra Sims of Maro Wood Grill, 1915 S. Coast Highway, combines seasonal selections and organic offerings to create a bag filled with artisan cheeses and made-from-scratch bites. At Sapphire, one mile north to 1200 S. Coast Highway, […]

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Resort Offers a Sparkling Perk

Resort Offers a Sparkling Perk

Lugano Diamonds opened a salon in partnership with the Montage resort to create a special deal for brides-to-be. The “Something Borrowed” program allows brides who are tying the knot at Montage Laguna Beach to have the opportunity to borrow stunning Lugano gems and wear them on their wedding day. The Lugano Salon is currently open […]

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Art Seen 7/12/13

Art Seen 7/12/13

Ribbon Cutting at Coastal Eddy Coastal eddy gallery celebrates their recent opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 18. Invited guests include members of the Laguna Beach City Council, Chamber of Commerce directors and state and county officials. The new HIP district gallery, located at 1417 S. Coast Highway, focuses on […]

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Looking for More Parking

Looking for More Parking

Editor: I am concerned about the lack of parking in the city of Laguna Beach. Given that the Irvine Company just opened 1,700 apartments and the Five Points developer is selling 5,000 more homes off of Laguna Canyon Road, where will all these cars park? It may be necessary to build a tastefully scaled parking lot […]

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Community Datebook 6/21/13

Community Datebook 6/21/13

Helping a Friend in Need Join friends of Darrin Reed for an event hosted by Mark La Palma, owner of Remark’s Restaurant in Laguna Canyon, on Thursday, June 27 at 6 p.m. Tickets are $125 per person. Thanks to La Palma’s generosity, nearly all of that will go towards helping Reed, who has leukemia and […]

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On the Table 6/14/13

On the Table 6/14/13

Maro Welcomes the King of the Grill  Maro Wood Grill, 1915 S. Coast Highway, offers brunch this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16,  served from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Guests have the choice between Maro’s regular menu and their prix fix brunch. The special prix fix three-course brunch, includes complimentary beverages. For more information or […]

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Art Seen 6/7/13

Art Seen 6/7/13

New Gallery Features the Cool School  The work of David Stone Martin is on display starting Thursday, June 13 throughout the summer at a new arts venue, Jazz Artz Gallery, 1452 S. Coast Highway, in the  exhibit “Jazz Album Covers 1946-1962.” Martin was a prolific artist in the postwar era, creating over 400 record album […]