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Quiet Zone Tickets Fill City Coffers

Quiet Zone Tickets Fill City Coffers

Arguments over nightclub in neighborhood continue Parking restrictions in the neighborhood around Mozambique Steakhouse at 1740 S. Coast Highway are here to stay. Despite complaints from some patrons and residents that the neighborhood has become a ticket trap due to the restrictions, the City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to continue limiting overnight parking to residents […]

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Quiet Zone Tickets Fill City Coffers

Quiet Zone Tickets Fill City Coffers

Arguments over nightclub in neighborhood continue Parking restrictions in the neighborhood around Mozambique Steakhouse at 1740 S. Coast Highway are here to stay. Despite complaints from some patrons and residents that the neighborhood has become a ticket trap due to the restrictions, the City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to continue limiting overnight parking to residents […]

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Arts Calendar

Arts Calendar

Friday, June 17 Sawdust Art Festival classes: Tidepool bracelets w. Linda Ames, brooches w. Kelly Nye, 10 a.m.-noon; pendants w Debi Burton, pottery wheel w. Robert Jones, 2-4 p.m.  www.sawdustartfestival.org/studioartclasses 949-494-3030. Also Saturday. Happy Hour at the Gourmet Cheese and Wine Shop, 845 Laguna Canyon Road. For adults only.  $20, $6 for additional glasses of […]

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Indy Calendar, June 10-16, 2011

Indy Calendar, June 10-16, 2011

 Friday, June 10 Sawdust Art Festival art classes: pendants with David Farris, fused glass pendant with Cindy Stalnaker, 10 a.m.-noon.; tidepool bracelets with Linda Ames, fused glass sushi dish with Maggie Spencer, 2-4 p.m.  www.sawdustartfestival.org/studioartclasses  949-494-3030. Also Saturday. Happy Hour at the Gourmet Cheese and Wine Shop, 845 Laguna Canyon Road. For adults only.  $20, […]

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Indy on Arts

Indy on Arts

 Indy Calendar, May 27-June 2, 2011 Friday, May 27  Sawdust Art Festival classes today: pendants w. David Farris, tidepool bracelets w. Linda Ames, 10 a.m.-noon; brooches w. Linda Ames, ceramic boxes/butter dish w. Nadine Nordstrom, 2-4 p.m.  www.sawdustartfestival.org/studioartclasses  949-494-3030. Also Saturday. Happy Hour at the Gourmet Cheese and Wine Shop, 845 Laguna Canyon Road. For […]

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Indy On Arts

Indy On Arts

    Indy Calendar, May 20-26, 2011     Friday, May 20   Sawdust Art Festival classes: Tidepool bracelet with Linda Ames, teapot with Walter Reiss, 10 a.m.-noon.; tidepool braceletsm fused glass pendant with Cindy Stalnaker 2-4 p.m.  More here. 949-494-3030. Also Saturday.   Happy Hour at the Gourmet Cheese and Wine Shop, 845 Laguna […]

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Indy on Arts

Indy on Arts

                    Friday, April 29 Sawdust Art Festival classes: water casting, ceramic wind chimes, 10 a.m.-noon; tidepool bracelet or tile making, 2-4 p.m.  www.sawdustartfestival.org/studioartclasses 949-494-3030. Also Saturday. Happy Hour at the Gourmet Cheese and Wine Shop, 845 Laguna Canyon Road. For adults only.  $20, $6 for additional […]

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Ugly Signs Exacerbate the Neighborhood

Ugly Signs Exacerbate the Neighborhood

Editor, We just had the Mozambique “no parking” sign placed in front of our house. It is hideous. Not only is the sign hideous, but the pole it is attached to is this size of a small telephone pole, and an eyesore that will surely drag down property values. This is one of the fears […]

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Community Datebook

Community Datebook

Alliance ‘Springs’ Into Action The Laguna Beach Community Alliance, a project to promote networking and education for and about local groups, is gearing up to host their second annual Info Expo in May and will be holding an expo planning meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 7, at the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club, 286 […]

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Indy Calendar, Feb. 25-March 3

Indy Calendar, Feb. 25-March 3

Friday, Feb. 25 Sawdust Art Festival Art Classes. 10 a.m.: Sarvi Hossini, pendants; Walter Reiss, teapots. 2 p.m.: David Farris, pendants; Sherry Bullard, tiles. Check www.sawdustartfestival.org/studioartclasses 949-494-3030 for new class additions. Also Saturday. Happy Hour at the Gourmet Cheese and Wine Shop, 845 Laguna Canyon Road. Adults only.  $20, $6 for additional glasses of wine. […]

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Will Mozambique ‘Quiet  Zone’ Bring Peace?

Will Mozambique ‘Quiet Zone’ Bring Peace?

With neighbors still upset about what they see as a restaurant morphing into a nightclub, the City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to test a five-month overnight “quiet zone” in the neighborhood surrounding Mozambique restaurant on Coast Highway at Agate Street. “It won’t be a quiet zone,” predicted nearby neighbor Barbara Self. “Even with a parking […]

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What’s Good for Mozambique’s Neighbors?

What’s Good for Mozambique’s Neighbors?

Editor, In the article, “New Era of Collaboration at Laguna’s City Hall?” that appeared in the Nov. 12 issue of this paper, Mozambique Steakhouse owner Ivan Spiers is quoted as saying, “What’s good for Laguna is what’s going to bring people here.” This statement, as insensible as it was, reminded me of the infamous comment […]

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New Rules May Smooth Mozambique’s Parking Dispute

New Rules May Smooth Mozambique’s Parking Dispute

A majority of the City Council endorsed the concept of resident-only parking restrictions near Mozambique Steakhouse to pacify neighbors’ long-running noise complaints about late-night patrons.   A public hearing on the matter was set for Dec. 7. Residents within the proposed area and two blocks around it will be notified. If accepted, neighborhood parking restrictions […]

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New Rules May Smooth Mozambique’s Parking Dispute

New Rules May Smooth Mozambique’s Parking Dispute

A majority of the City Council endorsed the concept of resident-only parking restrictions near Mozambique Steakhouse to pacify neighbors’ long-running noise complaints about late-night patrons.   A public hearing on the matter was set for Dec. 7. Residents within the proposed area and two blocks around it will be notified. If accepted, neighborhood parking restrictions […]

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Gratitude for Unstinting Support

Gratitude for Unstinting Support

Editor,             I wanted to take a moment and write to you about a few exemplary individuals within our community whom I think deserve a little extra attention for their unsolicited and truly magnanimous actions over the past two weeks. I’m speaking specifically of Ivan Spiers and his staff at Mozambique restaurant, and more generally […]