Over 300 supporters attended “Laguna’s Field of Dreams”, a fundraiser at Aliso Creek Inn & Golf Resort in support of Laguna Beach Little League. Guests were greeted by a “green turf” carpet, Southern fare and a raffle that included signed Angels memorabilia courtesy of local resident and team president John Carpino and the Angels Baseball […]
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Chris Prelitz, a local resident and co-founder of Transition Laguna Beach, speaks at the Laguna Canyon Conservancy monthly dinner meeting on Monday, Oct. 1 at the Tivoli Terrace restaurant on the grounds of the Festival of Arts. Prelitz is a green building pioneer, constructing the first solar-powered home in Laguna Beach in 1994. The no-host […]
Transition Laguna hosts a community celebration on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 3 to 9 p.m. at the Neighborhood Congregational Church. Admission is free. Some food and alcohol sales will benefit Transition Laguna Beach and the NCC. Gourmet beef and veggie burgers, silent auction, and live music are included in the festivities. Bring a dish serving […]
Editor, Apparently, Laguna’s urban gardeners are having bountiful harvests this year. At the Laguna Food Pantry, we’ve already received bumper crops of apples, arugula, basil, grapefruits, lemons, lettuce, nectarines, oranges, peaches, peppers, spinach and zucchini. At first we wanted to thank each farmer by name, but that quickly became unfeasible because so many have come […]
Assistance Grants Request Due Today Today, Friday, Feb. 25, is the last day to submit applications for the Community Assistance Grant program for the current fiscal year. Applications must be delivered to the community services department at 515 Forest Avenue, by 5 p.m. The grant program aims to assist local non-profit organizations in funding new […]
Editor, Alert! Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives, and the cause is still being debated by scientists. Did you know that a bee can pollinate 100,000 flowers a day, but who is counting? Thanks to bees and the wind, our crops get pollinated, and we have food […]