Laguna Beach police and park rangers pre-emptively closed off emptying public parking lots at Aliso Beach for last Saturday’s Full Moon Drum Circle due to predictions of a large turnout, and drummers say the decision put people in peril by forcing them onto the highway. A dozen police personnel, two rangers and a fire department […]
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Sports enthusiasts are invited to shop for gently used sport gear at the fourth annual sports swap planned at Thurston Middle School on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Trade out for a different surfboard, paddleboard, bodyboard, wetsuit, bike of snowboard. Items will be sold through consignment by the Thurston PTA. Great […]
Sports enthusiasts are invited to bring their gently used gear to the fourth annual sports swap planned at Thurston Middle School on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Organizers welcome sports equipment, surfboards, paddleboards, bodyboards, wetsuits, bikes, golf clubs, snowboards, winter outerwear, and skis and boots for youth and adults. Items will […]
Words and Images by Mitch Ridder Skimboarding originated in the late 1920′s when Laguna Beach lifeguards used flat sheets of wood to skim across the wet sand. In the ‘60s as the surfing craze took off, skimboarding’s popularity grew and began evolving toward its current form that involves skimming the sand into the water, […]
Vacationing in Laguna Beach with her family from Fredericksburg, Va., Catherine Squilliante delighted a surprised crowd as she out maneuvered more experienced riders in flat conditions at Aliso Beach on Sunday. In her first event as a pro, the 14-year-old went on to capture the top prize in the women’s division at the […]
Laguna Beach’s City Council sent the three Third Street cottages being stored in an open field in Laguna Canyon to the wrecking crew Tuesday night, denying local landowner Scott Tenney’s offer of financial support to move at least one to open space in Bluebird Canyon for use as a community/environmental center. Tenney said he already […]
This letter was addressed to the City Council and city manager. Editor, It is a very sad feeling to realize that you don’t matter; you don’t count. No mention of the fact that these cottages are right smack dab in the middle of my view (“Open Space Prevails at Big Bend,” April 8 edition). That […]