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Brothers Promise Brilliant Performance

Brothers Promise Brilliant Performance

The Triada Guitar Trio from Varna, Bulgaria, is next up in the Live! at the Museum series, presented by Laguna Beach Live! on Thursday, April 10, from 7-8 p.m. Make reservations on line at lagunaartmuseum.org or at 949-494-8971 x 203. The concert in the Steele Gallery is free to museum members and to those with […]

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Trees Swapped for Smoother Sidewalks

Trees Swapped for Smoother Sidewalks

One rare tree received a reprieve while seven others that shade downtown streets but are buckling sidewalks will get the ax during a sidewalk repair project underway, Laguna Beach’s City Council decided Tuesday, voting to postpone their replacement until looking further at alternatives. Though staff determined the project to be exempt from design review, Council […]

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How to Reuse Discards Outside

How to Reuse Discards Outside

What can you reuse in your home that might live a second life in your garden? Come find out at a workshop offered Saturday, Jan. 19, in the South Laguna Community Garden, 10 a.m. at Eagle Rock Way and Coast Highway. Horticulturist and Laguna Nursery owner Ruben Flores will give innovative tips on re-use, giving a […]

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Beautification Council to Celebrate its Diamond Jubilee

Beautification Council to Celebrate its Diamond Jubilee

Honoring both its diamond jubilee and founding father, the late Harry Lawrence, the Laguna Beach Beautification Council announces its first celebration and fundraising event Oct. 1 at Laguna Beach’s Montage resort, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event will include wine and hors d’oeuvres, live and silent auctions, dinner, cake and a champagne toast to […]

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Gardeners Make Progress

Gardeners Make Progress

Great progress was made in preparing the South Laguna Community Garden’s lower area for raised planting beds at the end of a successful workday last Saturday.   Waste Management donated the use of a disposal bin, which was quickly filled.  Tree of Life Nursery donated more native plants and weeders helped to clean the slope […]