By Ellen Girardeau Kempler In neighborhoods bordering Laguna’s wilderness, there’s a natural echo you often hear when fire engines answer a nighttime call. The primal, high-pitched yips, yaps, yelps and howls of coyote packs riled by such urban sounds as sirens, alarms and domestic dogs send shudders down the spines of pet owners all […]
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By Ellen Girardeau Kempler With “trees” and a canopy that shelters a colorful variety of species, Southern California’s version of a rainforest grows just off Laguna’s shore. Environmental groups like Nancy Caruso’s Get Inspired (and many others) have helped restore giant kelp forests and beds. From its holdfast (not a root) anchored to rocks […]
By Justin Swanson | LB Indy The Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce more than doubled its membership last year and expects to continue growing with the addition of new programs, its president said this week. Longtime resident, accountant Michael Kinsman, will be installed for his second term as president of the chamber at the […]
Artist Paints In Live Demonstration Artist Georgeana Ireland will be painting live at Fingerhut Gallery, 210A Forest Ave. Saturday, Dec. 15, from noon to 3 p.m. For more, visit fingerhuart.com. Modern Facelift for a Laguna Classic The Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters redesigned their […]
Fall internship applications for creative marketing agency Young Company, 361 Forest Ave., #105, are now available. Though unpaid, interns will learn and practice daily tasks of a marketing specialist, executing jobs such as graphic design, writing and distributing press releases, responding to client needs, posting information on social media websites, conducting research, and shadowing Young […]
Author Mikal Belicove shares his experience and expertise on social media for small business with the Laguna Beach Business Club at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, June 21. The public is welcome to the breakfast meeting at Hotel Laguna, 425 S. Coast Highway. Guest fee is $25. RSVP at www.lagunabeachbusinessclub.com.
Social Media & Hometown Connections My last column, “The Changing Face of a Hometown,” brought full circle the power of social media to connect. Friend sent to friends, who sent to friends, who sent to their alumni lists. Lagunans like to stay connected and want to remember the sweetness of growing up in our small town. […]
By Elvira Spektor, Special to the Independent Scores of people out during First Thursday’s Art Walk last month wedged their way into the Thalia Surf Shop as residents and curious tourists united for an evening of photographs, surfboards, and art. Nick Corores, who owns the shop and planned the event, didn’t send any snail […]