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Away in a Manger

Away in a Manger

    “The gross heathenism of civilization has generally destroyed nature, and poetry, and all that is spiritual.” -John Muir   By Victoria Jertz Laguna Beach Municipal Code: 6.24.030 Unlawful use of equipment. It shall be unlawful to use on animals any equipment, device, firearm, substance or material that is, or could be, injurious or […]

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Food Pantry's Newest Friends

Food Pantry’s Newest Friends

Editor, We have great news for our Laguna Food Pantry visitors. Steve, the new manager of Crystal Cove’s Trader Joe’s, has invited us to pick up produce, meats, bread and flowers seven days a week.  And over in Laguna Hills, Laura and Jeff received permission from Don, Fresh and Easy’s manager, to fill their car with […]

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Hot Dish

Hot Dish

Surf & Sand’s Splashes   A Laguna Beach landmark for 60 years, the Surf and Sand Resort continues to remain a desired destination for Lagunans and tourists alike. To the right of the hotel’s main entrance, an ocean view and pleasant al fresco seating area await you. Several steps from the outdoor lounge area, well […]

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Unmasking a Toy Icon

Unmasking a Toy Icon

Editor, I am broken hearted after reading Eric Jessen’s letter of Feb. 18 exposing Ken and Barbie as being brother and sister (“Putting Ken and Barbie in Perspective”). When I think of all their dates, their engagement, their lavish wedding where every doll and stuffed animal in the house were invited, the honeymoon send off […]

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Clutter Less, Inspire More

Clutter Less, Inspire More

By Ann Christoph   It’s piled here in my living room — all the notes and documents for my unfinished South Laguna history book project, the souvenirs from the Japan trip, still not organized. At the office are other notebooks and files; for jobs, product literature, Laguna Beach issues…The Pearl Street historical house appeal we […]

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City Manager Irony

City Manager Irony

Editor,   I hope I was not the only Laguna resident who saw the irony in last week’s front-page article about the candor expressed by retiring City Manager Ken Frank during a farewell interview (“Summing Up 31 Years with His Usual Candor,” Dec. 10).   The first three paragraphs of the article addressed Frank’s caution […]