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Seaside Fests Celebrate Mother Earth

Fun in the sun can be had by the bucketsful for the next two weekends at Main Beach. Free festivities will celebrate the importance of a healthy ocean and earth. Kelp is the fastest-growing organism on the globe. It can grow up to two feet a day. More than 800 species rely on kelp, including people. Giant kelp is a natural emulsifier used in...

This Month's Feature

Bike Racers Ascend New Peaks

The Laguna Beach Interscholastic Mountain Bike Team recently participated in their second National Interscholastic Cycling Association race, a six-mile course with 275 feet of climbing at Castaic...

Boys Return to the Court

Boys Volleyball (7-3, 3-0) Breakers, ranked sixth in the county, return to the court on Tuesday, April 14, with Calvary Chapel and Thursday, April 16, with Godinez. Next week they host t...

Street Beat

Pedestrian Injured in Hit and Run Collision

A pedestrian suffered minor arm injuries after a collision in a Laguna Beach intersection with a car, which fled northbound about 10 p.m. on Coast Highway last Friday, April 10, police said. The vehicle was described as a light-colored four-door sedan, possibly a Toyota or Nissan Altima, said Sgt. Tim Kleiser. The vehicle was traveling northbound and the side mirror on the driver’s side struck the pedestrian, on foot near Calliope Street, Kleiser said. Police did not locate the vehicle....

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Laguna Stands in for Peru

Agotilio Moreno herded sheep while living in the high elevations of the Andes Mountains in South America. This week, he’s made a temporary home alongside 100 goats on another much lower hillside,...
Posted On 16 Apr 2015

Marathon Runner Leaps Past Injury

A few months after undergoing surgery, Laguna local Debra Hayburn is preparing to resume running marathons. In 2012, when her sister-in law was diagnosed with breast cancer, Hayburn established...

Meet Laguna’s Police Chief

Meet the town’s new police chief, Laura Farinella, at a 4:30 p.m. reception Friday, April 24, at the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club, 286 St. Ann’s Dr.   Forum Helps Seniors With Real...

Eat + Drink

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On the Table

Special Menus Set Easter Brunch Apart Two local eateries are offering Easter Sunday brunch. At Nirvana Grille, 303 Broadway St., diners can select starters such as chicken wontons or blue lump...

Moon Police Play Farewell Concert

The Moon Police, featuring local artists Doug Miller and Sasha Evans, perform in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at the Neighborhood Congregational Church. For Evans, the piano-playing lead...

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...

Featured 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

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