renaissance

Past and Present

Firmly rooted in Laguna history, the distinct homes of El Bosque blend the old and the new. By Margie Monin Dombrowski | Photos by Jody Tiongco     A fitting name for a Laguna street lined with eucalyptus trees, “el bosque” translates to “forest” in Spanish. In the 1930s,...
Posted On 24 Oct 2014

Kids Helping Kids to Benefit Struggling Baja Orphanage

First- through fourth-grade students at the Community Learning Center will hold their fourth annual Car Wash and Bake Sale to benefit children at the Door of Faith Orphanage from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, in the school district parking lot at 550 Blumont Street...

Fire Consumes an Artist’s Collection

  As local art festivals ended their hectic summer season this week, most exhibitors took delight in their shrunken inventory, a measure of success selling work. By contrast, Laguna Beach printmaker Julita Jones feels a sense of relief at what remained unsold in her booths...