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Laguna Community Concert Band Celebrates its 23rd Season with “Songs From The Heart” at the Artists Theatre

The Laguna Community Concert Band opens its 23rd season at the Artists Theatre on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. with a mix of vocal and instrumental music, "Songs from the Heart," that tugs at our heartstrings. Lush orchestrations and thrilling vocals transport us to other times and places. "Moonriver,"...

Planned Parenthood Storytelling Project Makes Stop in Laguna Beach

As the fiftieth anniversary of Roe v. Wade approaches on Jan. 22, Planned Parenthood of Orange & San Bernardino Counties (PPOSBC) hosted a storytelling project event in Laguna Beach on Jan. 13. The installation was displayed at the Laguna Beach Cultural Arts Center from 1 to 3 p.m., then...

Laguna Art-A-Fair Invites Local and Global Artists to Compete for a Chance to Exhibit at 2023 Festival

By LB Indy Staff The Laguna Art-A-Fair’s 57th annual Call for Artists deadline is fast approaching on Feb. 6. The call for artist exhibitor application to compete for participation in the highly coveted festival is now online for convenience. Laguna Art-A-Fair is a “juried” show, meaning that any artist hoping...

Laguna Art Museum Reimagines California Cool with 41st Annual Auction, Benefit and Bash

The annual auction opens via Artsy on February 18, featuring works from over 125 California artists, culminating with a Benefit & Bash on March 4 connecting artists, collectors and the community Laguna Art Museum announces the 41st Annual California Cool Art Auction, Benefit & Bash taking place Feb. 18 to...

Laguna Playhouse’s Holiday Panto ‘Wonderful Winter of Oz’ is Fun for All Ages

By Eric Marchese | Special to the LB Indy Laguna Playhouse is where the Lythgoe family creates an all-new family-oriented show each year at Christmastime, Americanizing the traditional British panto – a combination of theater and music hall. And since each show gets its world premiere in Laguna, the original scripts...

Festival of Arts Debuts “Selections from the Permanent Art Collection” Off-Site Exhibit at Laguna Beach City Hall

Honoring 90-Years of Distinguished Works with Art from 1930's - 2022 Rounding out the year-long celebration of the Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach ninetieth anniversary, the award-winning arts destination is pleased to announce its latest off-site exhibit: Selections from the Permanent Art Collection, is open for guests to experience and browse...

Pageant of the Masters Announces Open Casting Call for Volunteers

Can you Stand Still for 90 Seconds? By LB Indy Staff Excitement is building for the 2023 Pageant of the Masters as it celebrates the ninetieth anniversary of living pictures in Laguna Beach. In preparation for next summer's show, Art Colony: In the Company of Artists, the Pageant is looking for...

“The Drake After Dark” Speakeasy Fundraiser Ignites Local Passion for Saving Music Education

The evening for a cause held at Laguna Beach’s famed Seven Degrees venue reached its goal of raising approximately $200,000 to benefit Save The Music Foundation through The Drake Gives Last year, The Drake, Laguna Beach’s landmark restaurant and live music venue founded by Alec Glasser, launched The Drake Gives....

No Square Theatre Adds New Board Members

No Square Theatre added two longtime Laguna residents, Dr. Tom Bent, past Laguna Beach Community Clinic Director and Carrie Reynolds, Reynolds Design Group President, to their board as their thirtieth year of Lagunatics preparations begin. The move adds diverse and expanded talents in marketing and fundraising to the board...

The Dupp Brothers Perform at Thurston Middle School

The Music Preserves Foundation wrapped up its American Music History 10-week enrichment program at Thurston Middle School hosting a live music performance by local Americana bluegrass band The Dupp Brothers with special guest Andrew Corradini during a lunchtime concert on Nov. 18. The Dupp Brothers performed traditional Americana classics,...