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Pancake Breakfast Serves as Summer’s Capstone

Join your friends in marking summer’s end on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1, at the annual al fresco pancake breakfast in Heisler Park. Firefighters will be serving up flapjacks and sausage from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Cliff Drive near Myrtle Street, above Picnic Beach, organizer...

Meet the Potential Decision Makers

Attend a  forum with City Council candidates at 7 p.m., Monday, Aug. 25 in the council chambers, 505 Forest Ave.  The candidates will introduce themselves and answer questions posed by the local press. Audience members will be able to ask questions by submitting a communication...

Village Entrance Workshop

The public is invited participate in a workshop to be held July 16 at 6 p.m. in Council chambers, 505 Forest Ave. The will be an overview of the updated Village Entrance project and an opportunity to provide feedback on specific elements and features, such as the fate of the...

Environmental Committee Seats Open

The Laguna Beach City Council is accepting applications to fill three openings on the city’s Environmental Sustainability Committee. The seven-member advisory body researches, reviews and advises the city council on items related to protecting the environment and improving...

Remember the Neediest

Customers of local Albertsons, Pavilions and Ralphs markets can expect to be offered an empty bag by volunteers for the Laguna Food Pantry next weekend. They are asking shoppers to help restock shelves of the Laguna Canyon pantry, which provides groceries to scores of needy...

Parents Club Hosts Bike Clinic

Laguna Beach Parents Club’s bicycle riding clinic at Bluebird Park provided instruction in safe riding skills on a two-wheel bike. Police department community liason Nikie Hernandez talked about bicycle safety, Bill Freeman of Crankbrothers bike part makers and parents assisted...

Easter Revelers Best Plan Ahead

Officers from Laguna Beach’s police department will be deploying this weekend to stop and arrest alcohol and drug-impaired drivers on Friday, April 18, from 6 p.m. until Saturday at 3 a.m. in areas where DUI collisions and arrests are frequent. In the past three years, DUI...

Wednesday, April 2

Traffic stop. West St. 12:59 a.m. A 37-year-old San Juan Capistrano man was cited for DUI and held for $2500 bail. Welfare check. 200 block of San Tropez Court. 10:33 a.m. Paul Frederick Hanna, 45, of Yorba Linda, was arrested for suspicion of methamphetamine possession and child...

Potluck Adds a Public Square to the Menu

  The public is invited to hear from Council member Bob Whalen and Chamber of Commerce President Larry Nokes
at Transition Laguna’s potluck Tuesday, Feb. 11, at the Congregational Church. The conversation starter: a public square in downtown that puts people first. The...

Visitor Describes Her Alaska Teaching Adventure

Alaska teacher Jody Drew will share stories about her life in the tiny village of Akiachak where she teaches 90 students, ages 12-18, on Sunday, Dec. 29, in Laguna Presbyterian Church’s parlor at 415 Forest Ave. The 10 a.m. presentation is part of an ongoing adult education...

Church Rings With Joyous Concert

The Laguna Presbyterian Church will ring with a concert of joyous and inspirational music, Sunday, Dec. 8, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., at 415 Forest Ave. The church’s chancel and handbell choirs are led by director Linda White. The performance will include special guests, the Grace...

Adding ‘Ice’ to Holiday Hospitality

Plans for Laguna Beach’s annual Hospitality Night, celebrated Friday, Dec. 6 downtown on Forest Avenue, include live music, edible treats, Santa’s arrival and this year a rare Southern California experience: ice skating. A temporary plastic polymer artificial ice rink will...

Art Seen 3/22/13

Capital Crime$ Ends in Sale to Highest Bidders The Capital Crimes mixed media exhibition at Laguna Beach’s BC Space Gallery will end with the “indictments” being sold to the highest bidder. Prospective buyers may visit the gallery, 235 Forest Ave., from 2 to 5 p.m. through...

New Stores Opening

Laguna Wine, Coffee & Specialty Foods, a retail store specializing in wine, beer and specialty food items owned by Daniel Huang, was approved at 381 Forest Ave., the former Sotheby’s office, according to the city manager’s weekly update. The storefront will also have a coffee...

New Girls Tennis Program at the Baseline

A new skills-building program for high school girls is being offered through the city’s community services department and will be directed by the high school’s coach, Don Davis. For info: contact Coach Davis at 949-690-8118 or [email protected] Register at the Community Services...
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