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Laws May Broaden What’s Deemed Historic

Keeping aging buildings true to their historic nature is nothing short of a frustrating and nebulous task, as evidenced during a meeting of the city’s Heritage Committee. The committee met to review the first draft of a new historic preservation ordinance last Thursday, June 16.

How Breakers Won a Title

Breakers Southern Section CIF title victory June 4 was the first in 78 seasons for baseball at Laguna Beach High School and the school’s 42nd all-time crown. Head coach Mike Bair survived some...

Laguna Teams Could Face a Tougher Road

New CIF Playoff Format Released for Fall Team Sports The Southern Section CIF announced the new fall 2016 playoff assignments for Laguna’s four fall team sports: football, girls tennis and...

Street Beat

Trial in Double-Fatality Collision Again Postponed

The trial of Dr. Robert Pettis, accused of vehicular manslaughter in a double fatality stemming from a speed race in Laguna Canyon in 2013, was again put off.

Town Crier

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Realtors Host First Needs Drive

Local real estate agents Kendall Clark and Quincy Mugg of Coldwell Banker held their first annual needs drive, Saturday, June 11, benefitting Friendship Shelter and CSP Youth Shelter. The two...

James Emmi

June 23, 1916 – May 14, 2016 James Emmi, known to his family and friends as Jimmy, passed away on May 14, 2016, only 40 days before his 100 birthday, with his wife, Catherine, stepson Cameron,...

Indy on Arts

Friday, June 24 Sawdust Art Festival, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, 935 Laguna Canyon Rd. $9. Through Aug. 28. Kurtis Gentile, 7 p.m., Big Fish Tavern, 540 S. Coast Hwy. #200. World Anthem, 7 p.m.,...

Scouts Hold Ceremony and Beach Party

Laguna’s Cub Scout Pak 35 ended the year’s scouting activities with a flag burning ceremony and beach party at Aliso Creek Beach on June 7. “The Boy Scouts of America is one of the only...

Carlton Alfred Post

June 14, 1935 – June 9, 2016 Last Thursday, June 9, 2016, our community lost one of its most beloved citizens. Carl Post, a Laguna Beach resident of nearly 45 years, passed away after a...

Justice Center Expands with Help of Laguna Locals

Laguna Beach residents Suzy K. and Jeff Elghanayan hosted an event recently that raised $100,000 for the newly established Orange County chapter of the Tahirih Justice Center, which provides...

Eat + Drink

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On the Table

Dad’s Day Dining Options The Deck on Laguna Beach, 627 Sleepy Hollow Lane, will offer ocean-to-table favorites prepared by Chef Rainer Schwarz and hand-crafted cocktails on Father’s Day, June 19....

‘Contemporary Abstraction’ Extends it’s Stay

Art exhibit “Contemporary Abstraction,” at The CAP Gallery, 260 Ocean Ave., has been extended to run to Saturday, Aug. 20. The exhibit juried by Ellie Blankfort and showcases the...

Living Here

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Laguna Beach Bliss

Orange County Wedding Trends Ultimate OC weddings feature personal touches from start to finish. – By Cynthia Rupe Weddings are occasions steeped in love, ideals and promise. They are the...

Real Estate

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Home Captures Sunsets, Serenity and Style

This beach-close, renovated home impresses with all new designer touches in an extraordinary setting. Fine finishes include mahogany doors, Tuscan and travertine stone, honed black granite...
Posted On 18 Dec 2014

Moorea Masterpiece Awaits Your Arrival

An Italian style palazzo six years in the making, Villa di Sogni is a feat of design and painstaking engineering. Brought to life by Laguna Beach architect John O’Neill, the home was handcrafted...
Posted On 12 Dec 2014

Luxury, Charming Cottages

Luxury, charming cottages situated on a prime location in Shaw’s Cove in desirable North Laguna that features Pacific Ocean and white water views. This beautiful newly remodeled home is the first...
Posted On 05 Dec 2014

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