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If not now, When? If not here, Where?

If not now, When? If not here, Where?

Editor, These simple questions put forth by a Planning Commission member last month encompass the heart of the matter concerning the live/work project proposed along Laguna Canyon Road. They succinctly distill the last seven years of unrelenting compliance on the part of the project’s creators to faithfully adhere to all city and state ordinances, countless […]

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Sea Lion Attack Violates Federal Law

Sea Lion Attack Violates Federal Law

Editor, By now we are all very familiar with the recent story of the dog that attacked and killed a sea lion in our town. Let’s just keep it at that: ‘a‘ dog and ‘attacked and killed’.  Let’s forget whose dog it is and focus on what has happened and what we can do to set […]

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Martini Madness Meliorates Marine Mammals

Martini Madness Meliorates Marine Mammals

On Sept. 16, from 5:30- 7:30 p.m., the Madison Square & Garden Café will host the fourth annual Martini Madness benefitting Pacific Marine Mammal Center to promote awareness of the Center and its marine mammal rehabilitation and education programs. The evening will feature appetizers and martinis provided by Madison Square Garden Café. Admission is $30, […]

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Watermen Glimpse a Great White Shark

Watermen Glimpse a Great White Shark

Stand up paddlers Mike Geraci and Darren Eudaly, both of Laguna Beach, reported seeing what they believed to be an eight-foot great white shark about 150 yards offshore Agate Street Beach on Monday.   “The most frightening thing was when I saw him descend,” said Geraci, who moved to Laguna in 2009 and took up […]

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Shorebirds Losing Footing Along Coastline

Shorebirds Losing Footing Along Coastline

Floodlights and people taking over wildlife habitat Shorebirds are getting edged out of their habitat by humans along Laguna’s coastline, according to an on-going study by the Laguna Ocean Foundation. Ed Almanza, foundation vice-chairman and a geographer interested in conservation biology, said a survey conducted at the height of winter feeding at Table Rock cove […]

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An Angel Visits Sea Mammal Rescue Center

An Angel Visits Sea Mammal Rescue Center

An anonymous animal lover stopped on Christmas Eve at Laguna Beach’s Pacific Marine Mammal Center and stuffed a pile of bills eventually amounting to $5,700 into the hands of a surprised volunteer.  “I was so taken back by her generosity that tears started flowing down my face and I gave her a big hug and […]