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Band Aid Fills the Till for Laguna’s FM Station

  In some regions fall means rustling leaves. In Laguna Beach, where deciduous trees are in shorter supply, fall arrives accompanied by the sound of music. Three significant concerts are on the docket, and the Montage resort, redirecting its hospitality as an emerging music...

Governor Rejects Fire-Safety Measure

Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 1463, a measure pushed by the City of Laguna Beach to put utility companies on notice about the risk posed by their above ground wires. The bill, vetoed on Saturday, Sept. 24, was authored by state Senator John Moorlach, a Republican from Costa...


Town Crier

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Wisdom Workout

Imaginative Perception When we have a breakdown in our love relationships, our friendships or our familial ties, it often comes down to the loss of imaginative perception. We have lost the magic. Yes, there are reasons why the relationship...

The Kibitzer

Let Laguna Chill Have you heard about the new grass-roots organization that has formed in Laguna? It’s not Let Laguna Vote, or Canyon Alliance of Neighborhoods Defense Organization, or even the recent Together Laguna Can Defeat Measure KK...
Posted On 22 Sep 2016

Pet Peeves

Mirror Mirror   Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most enterprising school candidate of all? “Who’s asking?” It’s me, Crantz. I write the Pet Peeves column. “Oh, such dreck. But that’s a good thing because you never crack me up.” So,...

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Boys Water Polo (6-6)

Laguna finished 15th out of 32 teams in the annual South Coast Water Polo Tournament that featured all the top So Cal teams. Playing at CdM, Breakers defeated Riverside Poly (D3 #3) 13-11 on Thursday, Sept. 22, but dropped the nightcap to Corona...

Volleyball

Girls Volleyball (4-5, 1-0) Laguna’s quest for their 12th straight league title got underway last Thursday, Sept. 22, at Dugger Gym when the Breakers swept Godinez (6-6, 0-1) 25-17, 25-12, 25-17 to win their 101st consecutive league victory....

Tartan Defense Stymies Laguna 38-0

  Football (2-3)   The host, St. Margaret’s Tartans, limited the Breakers to one major pass play, sacking the Laguna quarterback seven times in their 10 offensive possessions to earn the shutout victory in San Juan Capistrano Friday, Sept....


Letters

Proposed Parking Ban Based on Faulty Measurements

Editor, Re: “They are among the residents in 108 homes on 14 mostly dead-end streets that splay off of Alta Vista Way confronting a potential street-parking ban as a way to improve access for...

Art, a Death-Spiral Reality Show, Part 2

Editor, The Laguna Playhouse candidate forum was all but about art. The Alliance for the Arts even refused to hand out its original questions to anyone. This demonstrates powerlessness,...

Connecting Laguna Without Automobiles

Editor, Multi-use paths serve an alternative to the automobile roadway for connecting Laguna’s outlying communities with downtown. South Laguna, Canyon Acres, Sun Valley, and North Laguna...

Softer Than Usual Opening for Two Restaurants

Despite the conflicting presidential debate, two revamped restaurants in Laguna Beach opened their doors for invited guests Monday, Sept. 26, and later in the week to the public. Royal Hawaiin’s new owner Mo Honarker and his daughter Hasty, the restaurant’s marketer, welcomed...

Glass Show Crystalizes at Avran

Avran Fine Art exhibits glass sculptures by artists László Lukácsi and Péter Borkovics beginning Saturday, Oct. 1, with a 6-9 p.m. reception. Both artists will be in attendance to discuss their work and the complicated process involved in creating such works at the Laguna Beach...

Band Aid Fills the Till for Laguna’s FM Station

  In some regions fall means rustling leaves. In Laguna Beach, where deciduous trees are in shorter supply, fall arrives accompanied by the sound of music. Three significant concerts are on the docket, and the Montage resort, redirecting its hospitality as an emerging music...

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Eat & Drink

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Skyloft Introduces a Secret Menu

Sklyloft Restaurant, 422 S. Coast Highway, has introduced a locals only menu, known as The Artifacts, available through Sept. 30 daily in the main restaurant and rooftop terrace, says an announcement. Diners must ask by name for the separate Artifacts menu, created by chef Arthur...

Riverain Wine has Local Ties

By Christopher Trela, Newport Beach Independent Riverain is a French term meaning “near the river,” so it’s no surprise that Newport Beach residents Dean and Laurie Gray chose Riverain as the name of their winery. After many years of visiting the Napa Valley and enjoying boutique...

Exploring the Fourth Pillar

In this video log, Patty examines the fourth element of her four-part series exploring the Four Pillars of Health. It is discovering your Purpose & Dream in which these questions, and others, are asked: what is your dream and what is your...
Posted On 02 Oct 2015

Pelvic Floor Muscles: What’s the Big Deal?

The third pillar of health is movement or exercise. Movement that keeps the curves in the right places and trims the places that need to be trimmed. I’m not referring to cookie-cutter, generic exercise programs. I’m talking about...
Posted On 04 Sep 2015

Quiet Time: A Pillar of Health

This week’s post is a follow up from last week’s blog entry, titled The Four Pillars of Health. Today, I share the second pillar of health: quiet time. To me, quite time means meditation, rest and proper sleep. Do you take precious time...
Posted On 07 Aug 2015