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Museum’s Art Colony Exhibit Chronicles Laguna Life

Museum Director Malcolm Warner said the theme for“Art Colony: The Laguna Beach Art Association 1918-1935”came naturally.
Posted On 15 Jul 2018

Restoration Underway on City’s Oldest Art

Local bronze sculptor Gerard Stripling took on an unusual project this week, restoring the oldest work of public art in the city’s collection.

New Short-Term Rentals Face Obstacles

A proposed short-term rental along Coast Highway was denied a permit by the Laguna Beach City Council Tuesday night, opening up a broader discussion about the city’s current regulations for permitted vacation rentals.



Does the Wet Suit You

Let’s All Go To The Snack Bar Mayor Kelly has a point and it’s not on his head. He posited that public meetings of city government last way too long into the night. He is correct. City Council meetings have turned into a clean, well-lighted...

Finding Meaning

A Place of Healing Ever drive through Time?  I drove up Coast Highway this morning, headed to Boat Canyon Barbershop for a haircut from Lonnie. I left early, so it was a leisurely drive, filled with thoughts.  At Aliso Beach, I recalled the...

New Board Members Added to Seniors

Laguna Beach Seniors welcomes two new members to its board, Renae Hinchey and Stephany Skenderian. Hinchey has served as the general manager of Laguna Beach County Water District for 18 years. Skenderian practiced dental hygiene for over 40...

Take a Free Seat on the Pitch for World Cup Final

Fans are invited to enjoy the final match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final from the Orange County Soccer Club pitch at the Orange County Great Park on Sunday, July 15. Admission and parking are free. Gates open at 7 a.m. with pre-game...

Chyrle La Vonne Vermilya

  Chyrle Vermilya passed away peacefully June 13, 2018, after a short battle with late-stage melanoma (skin cancer) with her husband Jim and sons David and Tim by her side. Chyrle lived everyday by the motto on her favorite colorful...

Pet Peeves

Moles & Holes There was a lot of honking and singular digit waving as I sat in my car on the 133 engrossed in Indy’s digital article, “Laguna Canyon Road Plans Receive Critical Reviews.”  Before the ruckus, I thought what a coincidence that...

Rare Jam Session Transforms for Stage

Equal parts concert and narrative drama, “Million Dollar Quartet” revisits the impromptu  one-night jam session in a Memphis studio of four legends in rock, blues and country music. The confluence of characters – Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins — who owe their...

‘Another Happening’ Features Noted Sculptor Richie White

Ceramic art gallery Coastal Eddy presents the art of the late Richard White in “Another Happening Show.” White, a San Clemente resident and 17-year Saddleback College ceramics teacher, left behind a body of work that ranges from large-scale public art, fired in place performances, figurative...

Summer Visitor Displays His Chops

Vince di Mura, music director for the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University and a frequent Laguna Beach visitor, performs in concert with local musicians Kenny Walker and Peter Suarez at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at the Neighborhood Congregational Church, 340 St. Ann’s Dr. Di...

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Calling All Writers

  Laguna’s literary laureates, Suzanne Redfearn and Lojo Simon, invite local poets and authorsto participate in the inaugural art-inspired writing contest. The laureates selected Je...

Volleyball Tourney Goes On Despite Heat

The competition was heated and fun to watch during the juniors girls city sponsored volleyball tournament that was held last week in hot temperatures and 14-16 knot winds. The city teamed up with...

Camp Opportunities

No Square Lifts the Curtain on Theatre Camp A two-week musical theatre camp for young performers ages 5-18 of all skill levels begins Monday, July 23, at No Square Theatre, 384 Legion S Direction...

Alternatives to Reduce a Canyon Bottleneck

Editor, Given the sensitivity of Laguna Canyon, we should explore every option that would enable better traffic flow at a reduced impact to the canyon.  One of the best options to achieve this is...

Dudes! Show Some Respect

Editor, I was at the beach yesterday and I watched a surfer working the waves outside the surfing area at St. Ann’s narrowly miss a little kid playing in the surf. The lifeguard swam out to the...

The Kibitzer

Make Laguna Rootsy Again Besides the usual bromides coming from this year’s class of City Council candidates (“Make our streets safe, protect the environment, preserve the town’s character”...
Posted On 12 Jul 2018