Editor, Beautiful old historic public trees went the way of the chainsaw. City staff said it was needed due to maintenance costs, and liability issues. I’d like to suggest that the problem isn’t the trees. The problem is the way we deal with our trees in the public space. Anyone who has successfully grown anything from […]
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Kyle and Benjamin Sharp, twin sixth-graders at Laguna Beach’s Thurston Middle School, are an up and coming musical duo, combining Kyle’s guitar, Benjamin’s piano and vocals from both brothers. The brothers perform as Sharp Turn Ahead, and in the coming months will be playing at the Sawdust Festival as well as the Irvine Spectrum, the […]
Film Director Screens Work on Arts Medalist Laguna Canyon Studios will host a special screening Wednesday, April 11, of a documentary on artist Will Barnet by Dana Point filmmaker Dale Schierholt, who will lead a panel discussion after the 7:15 p.m. showing. President Obama recently awarded the National Medal of Arts to Barnet, […]
Local Philanthropist Receives ‘Rare’ Nomination Laguna Beach resident Holly Morrell was nominated for Eagle Rare Single Barrel Bourbon’s “Rare Life” award. The founder and executive director of Heartfelt Cardiac Projects was entered by a friend because of her passion for raising awareness about sudden cardiac arrest. The Rare Life award is presented to one person […]