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Workshops

 Learning Silk Painting   Laguna Outreach for Community Arts will hold an Art and Sea Lions workshop on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9-10:30 a.m. at Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Canyon. Participants will view live sea lions, then enjoy a silk painting workshop with Reem...

Art Seen 7/26/13

Art Cube Unfolds for Dubin Local artist Jorg Dubin’s “American Cultural Icons” series opens at Art Cube gallery for Thursday’s Art Walk on Aug. 1, 266 Forest Ave. “I wanted to create an interesting surface that was very tactile and at the same time could be enjoyed from...

Hoarders Can Be a Danger to Themselves

Editor, At a recent City Council meeting, the issue of parking came up. Yes, many side streets are being used by tourists. However, many of the cars belong to our neighbors who may have more than one car or two cars and their garages are packed full of things.  Thus, in some...

Gathering LOCA Work

Students and teachers of Laguna Outreach Community Arts are invited to submit an original piece of art created in a LOCA sponsored class for an exhibit that will run from Oct. 8 through Dec. 11 Artwork will be exhibited at Gallery Q at the Susi Q inside the Laguna Beach Community...

Focusing on the Middle East

“After the Arab Spring,” led by Elye Pitts, is the subject of the League of Women Voters’ Great Decisions series, which takes place at 12:30 p.m. Friday, July 13, in the Laguna Beach Senior Center. The talk continues weekly for nine sessions. Pitts expertise stems from working in...

Deputy Hopes to Succeed Her Boss

Deputy City Clerk Lisette Chel announced her candidacy for Laguna Beach’s city clerk last week, a position held by only two people since 1976 that is currently held by incumbent, Martha Anderson, who will not run for re-election. If she wins, and so far she is unopposed, Chel...

Support Wins a Thumbs Up

Editor,   Thank you so much for the wonderful article that you wrote about our art show with the children from the Boys and Girls Club (“Senior Center Hosts Young Artists’ Show,” Arts & Entertainment, Oct. 7). We sincerely appreciate your ongoing support of our programs...

Culture Karma

In Search of Wall Space At Zinc’s the other day, I noticed a display of elegant prints by Sheryl Seltzer, the most recent of their continuing showcase for local artists. Earlier this year, she displayed at Zinc in Corona del Mar. Seltzer is a painter who has spent recent...

Runover by Caltrans?

Editor,   On Aug. 26, a post on the city’s webste notified us the intersection at Laguna Canyon Road and El Toro is planned for road widening by Caltrans. Days later the post reads “repaving” not “widening” but still offers no mention if the project...