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Jazz Singer To Wow Audiences for a Cause

Jazz Singer To Wow Audiences for a Cause

A fundraiser for the Live! Music & Kids outreach program, will feature jazz vocalist Barbara Morrison on Wednesday, April 30, 6–8 p.m. at Seven-Degrees, 891 Laguna Canyon Rd. Live! Music & Kids brings top-flight musicians in for free educational presentations to members of the Boys & Girls Club and students in Laguna schools. Tickets are […]

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Exhibit Reveals the Soul of Warriors

Exhibit Reveals the Soul of Warriors

By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy   A seated man holds a hyena, an animal not exactly known for its docility, as if he were holding a lamb. Both man and beast appear at peace, having reached a common point of introspection. And, while the animal’s face has an articulated vaguely human look, the man’s […]

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Roll Out a Welcoming Bridge

Roll Out a Welcoming Bridge

Editor, With regard to the proposed village entrance project, I wonder if the city might want to consider an entrance feature similar to the one currently over the Coast Highway in Dana Point where visitors are welcomed to that city by the structure, which is a combination welcome sign and pedestrian overcrossing. Our version wouldn’t […]

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Local Tavern Offers Free Comedy Show

Local Tavern Offers Free Comedy Show

Six comedians from Southern California will be featured in Brent Goodman Presents Stand Up Comedians, taking place at Hennessey’s Tavern on Thursday, Jan. 2, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Coinciding with Art Walk, the show will take place in the upstairs bar at Hennessey’s, 213 Ocean Ave. Appetizers and drinks will be half off and […]

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Saloon’s Holiday Party Rounds Up Toys for Tots

Saloon’s Holiday Party Rounds Up Toys for Tots

The Saloon in downtown’s Peppertree Lane will host their 10th annual Christmas party benefiting Toys for Tots on Monday, Dec. 16 from 6-10 p.m. Admission will be one unwrapped new toy exchanged for a ticket to an opportunity drawing, prizes from Peppertree Lane neighbors La Rue du Chocolat, Sutton Place and Watermarc Restaurant. Additional raffle […]

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Parking Garage as Antiquated as the Horseless Carriage

Parking Garage as Antiquated as the Horseless Carriage

Editor, Self-driving cars are coming. Consider: August 2012 – Google announces completing over 300,000 accident-free autonomous-driving miles. September 2012 – California becomes the third state to legalize street testing of self-driven cars. August 2013 – General Motors announces their desire to sell driverless cars by 2020. August 2013 – Nissan pledges to bring “multiple affordable, energy-efficient, […]

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Playhouse Gets Down With Motown Gala

Playhouse Gets Down With Motown Gala

The Laguna Playhouse’s Motown-themed gala is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach and organizers are still seeking sponsors. Proceeds raised during this event will go towards helping sustain The Laguna, a 93-year-old icon and the oldest continuing operating theatre west of the Mississippi. The $200 a person […]

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Art Seen 7/19/13

Art Seen 7/19/13

Art-To-Go Offers Receptions, Hotel Prizes at Festival of Arts  The Artists Fund at Festival of Arts is exhibiting its  Art-To-Go collection now through Aug. 31 at Tivoli Lane on the Festival grounds. The fund raising program, themed Little Pictures with a Purpose, features 100 originals available for purchase daily, while they last. Free reception events […]

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Benefits 6/7/13

Benefits 6/7/13

Gross Family Supports Teen Initiative  The Laguna Beach Community Clinic announced an unsolicited $50,000 grant from Sue and Bill Gross. This grant will support the Clinic’s Teen Laguna Initiative. “We are grateful to Sue and the family for this amazing donation,” said Dr. Tom Bent, Medical Director of the Clinic. “It will enable us to […]

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Easter Events, Sacred and Secular

Easter Events, Sacred and Secular

Religious Services The following are local services for Easter Sunday, March 31: Church By the Sea: 6:30 a.m. sunrise service at the end Moulton Meadows Park down the fire road, and 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. at 468 Legion St. Neighborhood Congregational Church: Rev. B.J. Beu leads an informal 6:30 a.m. sunrise service at Alta Laguna […]

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Art Seen 3/15/13

Art Seen 3/15/13

Exhibit Focuses on Kids’ Images The Boys and Girls Club is holding their sixth annual National Image Makers Photography Exhibit on Wednesday, March 20 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the club, 1085 Laguna Canyon Rd. The exhibit will feature works by over 120 members with a display of over 800 photographs of the world […]

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Getting Out 3/8/13

Getting Out 3/8/13

Snack, Sip, Surf and So On The Pacific Edge Hotel, as part of the Laguna Beach a la Carte, will be hosting Snack, Sip and Surf on Sunday, March 10 at 2 p.m. The event will feature a cocktail competition, a neighborhood chef challenge, appetizers from The Deck, and a Hobie paddle board contest. Proceeds […]

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Getting Out 2/15/13

Getting Out 2/15/13

Midweek Jazz Resumes With Vocalist Jazz vocalist Kate Reid and her quartet will perform from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Aliso Creek Inn, 31106 South Coast Hwy, part of Laguna Beach Live’s jazz series. Doors open at 5 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $12 online and $15 at the […]

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Art Seen 2/8/13

Art Seen 2/8/13

Artists Invited to Jury Day Laguna Beach’s Art-A-Fair seeks new artists for its 47th season and invites them to bring their artwork to jury day between 8 and 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10 at the Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club, 1085 Laguna Canyon Rd. All media may be submitted to be juried and […]

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LBHS Paper Hosts its Own Benefit Concert

LBHS Paper Hosts its Own Benefit Concert

The high school’s newspaper, Brush and Palette hosts its second annual benefit concert on Friday, Jan. 11, to help raise funds for its operations. Student tickets are $10 for the 6:30 p.m. concert at the Artists’ Theatre, which will feature student and alumni acts. Student acts include a variety of solo and group performances, a […]