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Women’s Self Defense Class Starts

Laguna Beach Community Services is offering a women’s self-defense class from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday evenings for four weeks, beginning April 26 at Lang Park gymnasium, 21540 Wesley Drive, and continuing through May 17. Instructors Patricia Cooper and Danielle Ducharme lead...

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Helping Others Sail Away Laguna Beach students Elsa Dahle and Katy Belle Sauers will host a fundraiser for the Hearts of Sailing non-profit on Thursday, April 7, outside Brussels Bistro restaurant on Forest Avenue.   The girls are raising money to enable children with...

Man Dies in High Speed Collision

Traffic resumed flowing without disruption in downtown Laguna Beach by midday on Monday following the temporary morning closure of Broadway Avenue due to a single car collision that resulted in the death of the driver. Laguna residents on Ocean Avenue were awakened around 2:20...

Ash Wednesday Communion at Laguna Presbyterian

Many Christians attend Ash Wednesday services the day after Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras), and those interested in participating in a meaningful Ash Wednesday communion service are invited to the Laguna Presbyterian Church sanctuary at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9. Ash Wednesday...

Hurley Exhibits its Inhouse Artist

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...

Art and Music Unite as a Singular Chord

For the third year now, Laguna Beach Live! has commissioned local artists to imprint their signature style on a violin as part of the upcoming annual Laguna Beach Music Festival next month. A painter would tend to paint on the instrument, a sculptor to turn it into a base for...

Tour Renovated Presbyterian Church

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...
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