Local Filmmakers Screen Sawdust Documentary “James Koch: Sculptor of the Found Object,” a film by Laguna residents Carole Zavala and Maryanne Kuzara has been accepted in the short documentary category at the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival, and will be screened at the Triangle Theatre Complex in Costa Mesa at 8 p.m. on Monday, May […]
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Playoff Bound? Softball (2-1, 7-4) Breakers, who returned to varsity league play after a three-season absence, captured two of three league contests played before this week’s spring break. On Tuesday, April 12, Laguna scored five unearned runs in the bottom of the first inning to defeat host Estancia 5-1 in Costa Mesa. Haley Putnam went […]
Breakers capture their first season title No question, the 2011 edition of Laguna baseball appears to be the best team in the 73-year history of the program. This past week Laguna capped a record 5-0 start with a resounding 8-0 romp over Nogales in the finals of the Costa Mesa division of the Newport Elks […]
Baseball (3-0) Off to their best start since 2006, Breakers opened their 73rd season of varsity baseball with three straight victories in the Newport Elks Tournament. Laguna stopped a good Westminster squad 2-0 last Friday at Skipper Carrillo Field behind the pitching and hitting of Chris Paul. The senior struck out nine in six innings […]
Join Saif Eddin and friends perfora in “Love in the Garden,” a Valentine cabaret that includes sweet treats Sunday, Feb. 13, at Laguna Nursery, 1370 S. Coast Highway, 5-9 p.m. $50 per person. Along with a pre-show glass of champagne, Hersey Felder sings from the Great American Songbook, Monday, Feb. 14 at 8 p.m. at […]
Laguna Beach’s Hurley concept store hosts a reception for James Marshall, also known as Dalek, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 225 Forest Avenue, as part of the exhibition “Psych Optic Black Light Fuzz.” The exhibition is a culmination of a nearly two-year partnership between Hurley and Marshall, who was commissioned in 2009 […]
This past holiday season all four public schools made good on the district’s commitment to make community service part of student education. Through various endeavors, students participated in everything from food drives and toy drives, to charity fundraisers and cleaning up the environment.
A friendly grade-level competition at Laguna Beach High School resulted in the collection of 1,500 pounds of food for Costa Mesa’s Someone Cares Soup Kitchen. For every pound of food donated, students received a raffle ticket for prizes donated by local businesses. The senior class won the competition by donating over 700 pounds of food.
There will be a free, half-hour, docent-led tour of the recently renovated Laguna Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Forest Avenue and Second Street, beginning at 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 2. Learn about the history and architecture of the church, including acts about design elements, its foundation and its Spanish mission style sanctuary. The […]
Girls Basketball (W 4, L 10) Breakers struggled through the Garden Grove Tournament due to missing many players for almost all the contests. The team lost to Segerstrom 50-33, Pacifica 66-39, and Godinez 50-31. In the final game, Laguna had almost a full roster and easily defeated Santa Ana 46-34. Breakers led 41-10 before clearing […]