A free workshop for local nonprofits on “Tricky Tax Issues & Savvy Solutions,” sponsored by the Laguna Beach Community Foundation and the Laguna Beach Seniors, to be held this Monday, July 18, couldn’t be more timely. Last month the Internal Revenue Service issued a revocation list that named organizations that have lost their tax-exempt status […]
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Editor, Laguna Canyon Conservancy founder and former mayor of Laguna Beach Lida Lenny was fond of quoting the anthropologist Margret Mead. “A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Thank God for the activists. I recently finished reading the 1977 book by Karen Wilson Turnbull, […]
The public is invited to ask Mayor Toni Iseman how the city is being run at the Laguna Canyon Conservancy monthly meeting and dinner Monday, May 2, where she is the guest speaker. Doors of Tivoli Terrace on the Festival of Arts grounds open at 6 p.m. and the program starts by 7. All are […]
Rock-a-bye Ladies I met a delightful couple, Gary and Dee, at the last Laguna Canyon Conservancy meeting. During dinner, Dee exuberantly shared about a collaborative program between Assistance League of Laguna Beach and the Intervention Center for Early Childhood. This free program serves developmentally delayed infants and their parents. Professional support is provided from occupational […]
By Mark Chamberlain, Special to the Indy Veterans Day is a special day of remembrance for many in Laguna Beach and Orange County because the federal holiday also coincides with the anniversary of the famous Laguna Canyon walk, a critical turning point in the battle to shield Laguna Canyon from development. Sixteen years ago […]