After six weeks of investigation, scientists still have yet to pinpoint the underlying cause of a disease that is killing sea stars along the West Coast and wiping out Laguna Beach’s population. “It’s certainly into the tens of thousands and maybe in the millions,” said Pete Raimondi, chair of the ecology and evolutionary biology department […]
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At least 40 visible sea stars were alive and well in the Treasure Island tide pools in South Laguna at noon this past Saturday. But by 3 p.m., eight had disintegrated like wet bread. An epidemic, which has destroyed sea stars along the West Coast beginning last June, has reached the shores of Laguna Beach. […]
Laguna Beach High senior Christopher Tellez and some of south Orange County’s top prep soccer players edged a team from Cincinnati 1-0 in overtime to win the U.S. Youth Soccer U17 National Championship on Sunday, July 28 in Overland Park, Kan. The National Champion U17 West Coast Futbol Club, coached by Neil Armourf, is made […]
Ashkan Honarvar, a European collage artist based in Norway, makes his West Coast debut at CES Contemporary, 480 Ocean Ave., with his latest body of work “The Crust” from Jan. 19 to Feb. 17. The Iranian-born artist will fly in from Norway to attend the opening Saturday, Jan. 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. Gallery […]
Aliso Viejo’s Soka University tied for 49th in the national liberal arts college rankings and was ranked first in faculty resources and foreign student factor, according to the US News and World Report’s latest rankings. Soka was second in ethnic diversity (without including international students) and eighth in best value schools. The ranking also placed […]
Winter’s Homestretch! McWeather is starting his seventh year with the Indy and it’s been an honor to be a team member. Rain totals continue to pile up. Last weekend’s downpour put us well above 18 inches for the 2010-11 season, just about double the season normal as of Feb. 22. Lots of drama with this […]