Jarrett Jensen, a Laguna Beach firefighter, was invited to compete in men’s indoor volleyball at the 2011 World Police and Fire Olympics in New York, Aug. 26-Sept. 5. With 18,000 competitors from over 70 countries, he will be on a team with other firefighters from Southern California while representing Laguna Beach Fire Department on […]
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McCollum Exhibits Work of a Scene Painter Gallery McCollum exhibits the collection of Italian artist Dante Liberi, the first exhibition of his work since his death seven years ago. Prior to making Laguna Beach his home in 1990, Liberi and his family divided their time between New York and Italy where he exhibited his work […]
Artists Laddie John Dill and Chris Wilder, who are featured in Laguna Art Museum’s current exhibition “Extract: Developing Exhibitions from the Collection,” will talk about their work and answer questions from the audience at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 10. Dill’s early installation work has recently been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art […]
Wally Tippel Wally Tippel peacefully passed away Nov. 17, in Laguna Beach. He was 68. Born in 1941, Tippel was raised and educated in New York. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1961 and served for three years, including an assignment in Germany as a field communications specialist. Following his honorable discharge, […]
Sculptor Included in NY Armory Art Fair Laguna Beach artist Stephanie Bachiero will show her minimalist ceramic sculptures at New York’s Armory Show, March 3-6, a fair devoted to arts and education opportunities for people with disabilities. Bachiero, 28, began working in clay in 2003 while recovering from a stroke. Recently, she has been part […]
Two Laguna Beach High School students, Sarah Busic and Karina Parker, have been selected to perform at Carnegie Hall for the 2011 American High School Honors Performance Series this February. Following fall auditions, Busic and Parker were accepted for the Honors Performance Series after a review by a selection committee. To select finalists for this […]
Scott Siegel, the autistic songwriter and vocalist who leads the Arrest My Sister alternative rock band, is among 11 honorees at the first Genius in Autism Awards, scheduled at New York’s Carnegie Hall on Jan. 10. Siegel’s parents, Laguna Beach residents Leeni and Michael, as well as the band, signed on early to support fundraising […]