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Beauty Wins Out

Keeping Time For the 46th year, the Laguna Beach Beautification Council used its love of beauty to honor outstanding examples in town of creative outdoor beauty. Award criteria included “curbside appeal” in keeping with Laguna’s culture. Commercial businesses, city commissioned...

Kenneth Wynn Wood

Nov. 19, 1939-March 25, 2012 Ken Wood, partner with Fred Lang in the Laguna Beach landscape architecture firm of Lang and Wood, died in Norway on March 25. It was Wood’s pencil that drew the curving lines of Laguna’s Main Beach boardwalk. He started working with Lang in 1967 and...

Kenneth Wynn Wood

Kenneth Wynn Wood Nov. 19, 1939-March 25, 2012   Ken Wood, partner with Fred Lang in the Laguna Beach landscape architecture firm of Lang and Wood, died in Ile d’Oleron, France, on March 25. It was Wood’s pencil that drew the curving lines of Laguna’s Main Beach...

Tree Trouble

  Editor, “I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree.”   I remember memorizing and reciting those lines in seventh-grade English class. Fast forward to present day Laguna where trees are the number one issue in the editorial pages.  Only yesterday two local...

Correction:

The article “Unusual Hoard Set in a New Home,” Aug. 12, inaccurately described the rarity of San Onofre Breccia. It is glaucophane which gives boulders a bluish hue that only occurs in three places in the world. Also, the source of geologist Fred Pratley’s comment was...