Chad Cooper presented a Laguna Beach flag of his own design to the City Council on Tuesday, testament to a community of creative and generous spirits. Four years ago when Cooper’s father asked him for a Laguna Beach flag to fly at the family farm, he discovered to his great surprise no flag existed. “I […]
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Editor, At the City Council meeting on Oct. 16, Mayor Jane Egly stated that she wanted to support the South Laguna Community Garden, but that she needed to know about the soil contamination and to see an appraisal. Specifically she said, “I need to have the answers to those two questions before I can say yeah. […]
Editor, We have heard for years that in Laguna Beach one person can create havoc. Is it true that Audrey Prosser, a member of the local Democrats, does not like Mayor Jane Egly and caused the group to refuse endorsing her for election? Is it true that county Democrats never contacted Bob Whalen, a long-time […]
Avran Art + Design, showcasing glass works and original fine art selected by owner and interior designer Marta Juhasz, opened this week at 540 S. Coast Highway, Suite 106. Mayor Jane Egly was on hand to cut a ceremonial ribbon along with featured artists and various officials. The gallery carries the work of artists Robert […]
The city will honor Olympic gold medalist Annika Dries on Saturday, Sept. 1, at the community pool from 2 to 4 p.m. Admission to the pool at 670 Park Ave. will be free and residents are encouraged to bring their suit and towel. Mayor Jane Egly will present Dries with a City Council proclamation honoring […]
Landscape architect Robert Borthwick, Mayor Jane Egly, center, and Council member Verna Rollinger were on hand last Thursday to cut the ribbon on the city’s newest pocket park on Park Avenue, a gateway to trails in the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park.
Editor, Have you traveled on Cypress or Hillcrest Streets lately? If so, you may have noticed the painted sharrows on the pavement there. We want to let you know what sharrows are, and what they mean for Laguna drivers and cyclists. Sharrows are: one simple, cost effective, “bucket of paint,” way to make Laguna Beach streets […]
Attorney Larry and Cathy Nokes are hosting a $99 per person fundraiser for Jane Egly on Sunday, July 15, at 5 p.m. RSVP to 949-376-3500 and join supporters for cocktails and hors d’eouvres from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Nokes’ home, 3149 Bonn Dr.
Photo and Story by Danielle Robbins Enthusiastic resident Regumbah Connolly and Mayor Jane Egly marked the opening of the new Frontage Road Mini-Park, located near the Sawdust Art Festival, in Laguna Canyon this week. Community members who pushed for its opening nicknamed it, “Wing Memorial Park,” after local artist Andy Wing, who funded the […]
GOP Club Names New President Michele Oliver Hall will succeed Amy Kramer as president of Laguna Beach Republicans. Hall will also serve as the county GOP chair for her hometown. Hall, who attended LBHS and graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in conservation and resource studies, worked for the Los Angeles political consultant Wessel […]
Gallery Q Toasts Winning Senior Artists Based on the preferences of visitors to the Susi Q Center’s senior artists exhibition, Mayor Jane Egly awarded purple ribbons last week to artists in three categories. Marianne van der Veer’s work, “Madonna” was selected as “most likely to be in a museum,” Corinne Matser’s “U Go Girl,” […]
Last week, the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce presided over the year’s first ribbon cutting, taking place at the Floating Cloud Gallery, 1999 S. Coast Highway. The gallery features the work of Wai Sin Ton-Darbonne.
Editor, We need to do something about these helium-filled balloons. I find them littering the beaches and back-country wherever I go. They are a menace to wildlife. Marine life and birds can ingest the balloons and become entangled and strangled by the strings, which are not biodegradable. Mayor Jane Egly has placed this on […]