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Best Selling Novelist Comes to Laguna

Best Selling Novelist Comes to Laguna

New York Times bestselling author Lisa See visitsSunday, July 13, at 4 p.m. for atalk and book signing at the Woman’s Club of Laguna Beach, 286 St. Ann’s Dr. Tickets are $35 and include a wine and cheese reception and a copy of her new book, “China Dolls.” Tickets can be purchased at Laguna Beach […]

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Duo Light up the Museum

Duo Light up the Museum

  Florence and Bob Estrin will perform at 7 p.m. in the Live! at the Museum concert series Thursday, July 10, at the Laguna Art Museum. Estrin is a musician, composer and teacher, who performs and composes for the keyboard. Estrin has a diverse career as a flutist. The concert is free to museum members […]

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Public Invited to Village Entrance Discussion

Public Invited to Village Entrance Discussion

Laguna Beach will hold a community workshop to discuss the village entrance project on Wednesday, July 16, at 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 505 Forest Ave. City staff will present an overview of the updated project concept; seek public feedback on specific elements and features, such as the historic sewer digester, carports and […]

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Council Raises Pay of Top Manager

Council Raises Pay of Top Manager

The City Council adopted changes to the city’s 2014-15 budget last week, finalizing proposed uses for a $1.3 million windfall thanks to higher revenue estimates. The revisions, along with other tweaks, bring the budget to $51.7 million, up from the $49.7 million originally outlined in the two-year budget adopted last year. The newly budgeted items […]

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Art Walk Lowdown

Art Walk Lowdown

Studio Hosts Guest Artist for Music Showcase Singers Addie Hamilton and Nick Hernandez are among the guests scheduled for a music showcase Thursday, July 3 at Laguna Sound Studio, 381 Forest Ave. The 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. showcase coincides with an art exhibition, with proceeds going to benefit the Mauli Ola Foundation, which aids […]

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 Camp Keeps Kids on the Field in Summer

Camp Keeps Kids on the Field in Summer

Youth Baseball Summer Camp for youth ages 5-14 and incoming freshman will run from July 8-31 from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Laguna Beach High School Summer Baseball for returning high school players only, runs from July 7-30, 5-7 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Both camps take place at the high school baseball field. […]

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Photo Workshop Tracks Wildlife through Great Park

Photo Workshop Tracks Wildlife through Great Park

Mark Chamberlain of the BC Space gallery in Laguna Beach leads a photography workshop, Tracking The Wildlife Corridor at the OC Great Park, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 14. It will show the proposed route of the wildlife corridor through the park and its ultimate connection with Laguna wilderness to the southwest […]

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Village Entrance Workshop

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 historic sewer digester, carports and […]

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Environmental Committee Seats Open

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 the community’s future sustainability. Regular meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 […]

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Budget Windfall Benefits Police and Garden

Budget Windfall Benefits Police and Garden

The South Laguna Community Garden Park and the Laguna Beach police department both scored victories in claiming newly available revenue in the city’s coffers this week. Runner ups in a budget workshop Tuesday included marine protection, fuel modification, traffic control and emergency radio service. The City Council will hold a second public hearing at a […]

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Summer Art Camps

Summer Art Camps

Games Introduce Kids to Art Puppets, cartooning, and Harry Potter art games are offered in a free introductory class for six-to-nine year-olds Tuesday, June 10 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the Imagine Wisdom Education Camp, meeting at Montessori School, 340 St. Anne’s Dr. The summer art camp offers self-directed and cooperative art games for […]

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New ABCs for Paddle Board Lessons

New ABCs for Paddle Board Lessons

Starting in July commercial stand-up paddleboard operators will need to pay fees, follow safety regulations and show proof of insurance in order to offer lessons and tours in Laguna Beach, under rules approved this week. The law omits limiting hours of operation, as staff had pushed for, and capping the number of operators allowed, a […]

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Learn How to Stop a Thief

Learn How to Stop a Thief

A crime prevention specialist, Nickie Hernandez, will lead a Chamber of Commerce workshop Tuesday, June 3, on identifying counterfeit credit cards, whose use locally has risen 10 percent in 2013. The 8:30 a.m. workshop takes place at the Boys and Girls Club, 1085 Laguna Canyon Rd. RSVP to 949 494-1018. Tickets are $15-$25 and include […]

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Paving the Way to TOW

Paving the Way to TOW

The end of the road may finally be in sight, both figuratively and literally, for pedestrians and cyclists seeking a smooth path between the hilltop communities of Arch Beach Heights and Top of the World. The City Council on Tuesday directed staff to explore a combination of two options to develop a path across a […]

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Student Struck in Crosswalk Dies, Vigil Set

Student Struck in Crosswalk Dies, Vigil Set

Art student Nina Fitzpatrick, 22, died Tuesday, April 8, at Mission Viejo’s Mission Hospital as a result of being struck by a car as she crossed Laguna Canyon Road last week, a school official confirmed today. Students and staff of Laguna College of Art and Design will honor her with a vigil from 8:30 to […]