Snowless Ski Week Back east, skiing is a sport for tough people. Conditions are usually granular; powder is unheard of. Basically, you are skidding down a hill of slick snow (um, ice), trying to stay warm. Sure, you can have fun while you’re doing it, but it’s a totally different experience from skiing out […]
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SMART Girls from the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach participated in the 3.2-mile Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure against breast cancer event in San Diego’s Balboa Park earlier this month. The group of 10 girls raised $250 selling fruit kebobs and handmade tie-dyed shirts. Race organizers thanked the SMART […]
Impact Giving, a Laguna Beach-based women’s collective giving group, granted six local nonprofits and one focusing on India with $125,000 at a recent awards ceremony. One global grant of $30,000 was made this season to the International Princess Project, based in Corona del Mar. The money will allow 60 young women in India once enslaved […]
Editor, This is in reference to the April 8 article in the Indy, entitled “Open Space Prevails At Big Bend.” The cute little early 1920s one-bedroom brown craftsman cottage, all redwood, except for the outside front porch (no termites ever!), was the winner of a city beautification award. Most of the roof was covered with San Diego […]
For the first time, Laguna Beach must obtain a permit from the San Diego Regional Water Quality Board to ignite July 4th fireworks offshore. Partly due to a lawsuit filed in San Diego by the La Jolla-based Coast Law Group, municipal offshore fireworks celebrations in San Diego and parts of south Orange County must report […]
On Dec. 30, Laguna Beach’s 11-year-old Sydney Van Alphen beat 14-year-old Kristen Venter of San Diego in the quarter-finals of the Carmel Valley Christmas Junior Open Tournament in San Diego, with a score of 6/1 – 6/1. Sydney want on to play against 13-year-old Danielle Garido, the number one seed in the girls 14s singles, […]