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The Band Will Play on at Laguna’s Cliff Restaurant

Laguna Beach’s Planning Commission unanimously approved a permit Wednesday, Sept. 25, for live, amplified music to continue at the Cliff Restaurant with some time restraints, giving a green light to the venue’s weeknight Music Matters concerts that have become a favorite...

Getting Out 4/19/13

Issuing an Earthy Challenge Blue Water Green Earth, the creators of the “Music Matters” Showcase and The Blue Water Music Festival, will issue Laguna Beach a challenge to clean the entire city – every beach and downtown street – in 30 minutes on Earth Day, Sunday, April 28,....

Local Businesses Voted Best in Show

Seven Laguna Beach businesses were voted “best” in their respective categories for 2012 online at oc.cityvoter.com. Laguna Beach resident Rev. Michael J. Ahern has been voted best wedding officiate for three years in a row. Occasions at Laguna Village was voted the best wedding...

Questions Raised Over Vendor Contracts

Editor:   In an article about the new city budget, (“City Reverses its Red Ink,” May 18) I was pleased to see that it is in the black. I also noticed that $30,000 was set aside for a “consultant” to help the city evaluate our old homes. This past issue, I read Councilperson...

Celebrate Earth, Wind, Sea and Sun Day

United by their love for Laguna Beach’s natural beauty and an intense desire to protect and sustain it for the future, five local organizations are coming together for a free Earth Day gala weekend on April 21 and 22. On the cobblestones at the south end of Main Beach, the second...

Tree Sniping

Editor,   I like the idea from Transition Laguna members about planting fruit trees (Letters, “A Fruit-Bearing Solution to Eucalyptus Problem,” Jan. 6).   I also suggest that the proceeds from all fundraising by Laguna Village and Ann Christoph be used to support local...