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Foot Traffic, Trolleys Dominate Transit Talks

A dedicated trolley lane downtown and smaller, open-air shuttles were suggested as transit alternatives during a Planning Commission workshop about updating Laguna Beach’s Downtown Specific Plan, an area bounded by Legion Street to the south and Cliff Drive to the north. About 30...

Weighing in for the ‘Silent Majority’

Editor, I moved to Laguna Beach 26 years ago taken by the overall striking beauty and nonconformity of the city. Surrounding cities, to me, were too uniform and manicured. I bought a house in South Laguna, in large part, because of the large pine tree in the front yard and a good...

Designs Go to the Dogs

A large crowd gathered at Art-a-Fair to get a glimpse of designer dog houses created for Project Pet Houses last Friday, Aug. 19. The shelters built by local architects and contractors will ultimately benefit three nonprofits that also shelter critters: the Laguna Beach Animal...

New Hotspots Burnish Laguna’s Dining Reputation

When it comes to dining, the odds are improving that your preferences in food or ambiance can be found on a Laguna Beach street corner thanks to the latest batch of newcomers to open their doors. “Laguna has a lot of destination restaurants, so we’re very lucky,” said Mayor Toni...