It’s a beautiful December evening. The sun is doing its usual slow motion decent into the icy waters of the Pacific as people stroll through the park. Dog walkers, lovers, and seniors alike are all enjoying an amazing sunset. Two men sit on a bench not far from where the roses bloom at Las Brisas. […]
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Editor: Dennis Lockwood’s letter “One Flight Too Many” in your last edition (Letters, April 12) struck a familiar note. Ever since the closure of the El Toro Marine Air Station, we are subjected not only to the noise of dozens of overflights daily, but also, even more importantly and damaging, to the emissions of tons […]
Editor, This is your pilot speaking. If you look out to your left, you can see we are now passing over the beautiful city of Laguna Beach. Flight crew, please prepare for landing. I read the letters in the paper a few months ago about the rash of planes flying over south Laguna and I […]
Bite-sized chunks of writing to whet your brain’s appetite. Edited by Christine Fugate & Sally Eastwood On the Menu: Appetizers: “Canaries for Christmas” by Adele Kopecky “Lost In Translation: Christmas” by Sally Eastwood “Career Change” by Angela Breslow Entrees: “Butterfly Kisses at Christmas” by Amy Bazuin-Yoder, Ph.D. “Christmas in Paradise” by Katrin […]
Thanks to inspiration and support from friends, Laguna Beach singer-songwriter Dennis Lockwood recently released a four-track EP entitled “Vaguely Red,” which is available through iTunes and CDBaby. Local guitar legend John Heussenstamm produced the EP and added his musical talent to each of the songs. The EP also includes Grammy-winning jazz saxophonist and studio musician […]