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Budding Artists Can ‘Spring Into Art’

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Sawdust Art Festival’s 2011 Spring Into Art classes will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 12 through April 3. These two-day...

The Write Stuff

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‘Leadership Coach’ Tries a New Venue Laguna Beach Books hosts Cliff Shiepe, self-styled leadership coach and author of “Cliff Falls,” for a book-signing event at...

Art Seen

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Get Primed for the Oscars As a warm-up to the Academy Awards ceremony on Feb. 27, speaker Robert D. Kline will present “The Road to...

Artists Wanted for Two Exhibits

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State Sen. Tom Harman is accepting submissions for the state Senate’s Annual Contemporary Art Collection. Each legislative session, Senators select a district artist, whose...

On the Table

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Come Hungry to Sample Town’s Culinary Prowess Laguna Beach Visitors & Conference Bureau plans an inaugural “foodie” event, Laguna Beach a la Carte – A...

Valentine’s Performance Treats

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Join Saif Eddin and friends perfora in “Love in the Garden,” a Valentine cabaret that includes sweet treats Sunday, Feb. 13, at Laguna...

Play Takes a Knife to Eating Disorders

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The Laguna Playhouse Youth Theatre presents “EAT (It’s Not About Food),” written by Linda Daugherty and directed by Kelly Herman, this weekend at the...

Lively Mix of Media in Museum’s Auction

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By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy The Laguna Art Museum will hold it annual art auction on Saturday, offering a tantalizing array of works by...

Getting Out

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Jazz Trio to Perform Laguna Beach Live! presents jazz guitarist Bruce Forman with Alex King on bass and Jake Reed on drums this...

The Write Stuff: Local Author Brings Dead Sea Scribe to Life

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Latitude 33 Bookshop will host local author Henry Garcia at a 4 p.m. book-signing event Saturday, Feb. 12, 311 Ocean Avenue. Garcia’s historical...

Giving Voice to Kindness

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By Robin Pierson, Special to the Independent Nawang Khechog, a former Tibetan Buddhist monk turned musician and now author will speak and perform at the...

Festivals Sustain Flood-Hit Artists

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By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy The town’s two big art festivals are sending welcome financial relief to Laguna Canyon artists ravaged by the December...

Artists’ “Live-Work” On Hold

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By Rita Robinson | LB Indy Looking not quite as shredded as his bronze sculptures of rag-wrapped human forms, Louis Longi slumped over his notebook,...

This Costume Drama Ends Happily

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By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Storm waters that flooded Laguna Beach homes and businesses last month also inundated the high school’s theater basement, threatening...

SchoolPower Donations Exhibited at Art Walk

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Townley and DeBilzan galleries opened their exhibition spaces to include works of art donated for SchoolPower’s annual dinner dance on Jan. 29. Featured artists include...