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An Inside Look at Who Makes the Cut

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Every year, the Newport Beach Film Festival receives more than 3,000 submissions, but only accepts about 10 percent. The rest are indeed cut.

Webber, Hatchel named Orange County Administrators of the Year

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On March 5, the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Region 17, which covers all school districts in Orange County, announced its 2024 Administrators...

Street Beat

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Local Surfer Saves a Life By Ted Reckas | LB Indy Maira Khan, 22, was rescued after being swept into the ocean from the rocks at...

Teen Drinking, Pot Use Still Troublesome

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Fewer seventh- and ninth-grade students in Laguna Beach schools reported drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana in 2012 than two years ago, but the number...

Three cheers for clean windows

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The Boys and Girls Club Canyon Branch Cheer Squad learned the values of teamwork and giving back to local businesses in Laguna Beach by hosting...

Edith R. Helman

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A graveside service was held Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 in the Temple Israel Cemetery in Gotha, Fla., for Edith R. Helman (nee Zak), who...

Boys Rebuff Suspicious Overture

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Two students returned to Thurston Middle School to inform school officials they rebuffed a man who had offered them money to hand out flyers...

Cancelled Aquathon Goes Off Without a Hitch

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Moments after Nubie Sears performed his heartfelt ode to the sea as a traditional send off of the 26th Aquathon last Sunday, unofficial organizer...

Street Beat 10/5

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Elderly Woman Dies as a Result of a Collision Virginia Worthington, 80, of Laguna Beach dies on Wednesday, Sept. 26, as a result of injuries...

Hurricane Jova Brings the Swells to 57th Annual Brooks St. Surfing Classic

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The 57th Annual Brooks St. Surfing Classic went off without a hitch this past weekend with ideal wave conditions, stirred up by the passing...

Lumberyard Chef Challenge an tasty annual fundraiser for Schoolpower

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On Jan. 29 at the Lumberyard restaurant, Laguna Beach Unified School District principals dueled as guest “chefs” for the Lumberyard Chef Challenge befitting SchoolPower....

Parade Marks its 50th Edition

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The Patriots Day Parade sets out Saturday, March 5, led by grand marshal and native son Kelly Boyd and honored patriot of the year, local resident Marine Lt. Col. Carlos K. McAfee.

Monks Reprise Their Temporal Works of Art

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Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Phukhang Monastery in southern India return to Laguna Beach’s Neighborhood Congregational Church on Sept. 18-23, where they will...

Grant Writing Help Offered to Nonprofits

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The Laguna Beach Community Foundation will hold a free information workshop for prospective grant seekers at the Susi Q Senior Center at 380 Third...

Wish-List Emerges for Beach Restroom Makeover

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Applegate was one of a handful of residents at a public workshop held at the site of the south Main Beach restroom on Tuesday, where public works officials outlined the city’s plan for its replacement, now estimated by city planners to cost upwards of $1 million.