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Half-Day Kindergarten Era to End

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Laguna Beach public elementary schools will offer full-day kindergarten for the first time beginning next fall. The change will add about three more hours on average to a typical kindergarten student’s school day.

Streetbeat

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Monday, June 6 Grand theft. 28700 block of Top of the World. 8:54 a.m. Someone entered a home under construction and took tools valued at...

Pageant Readies for its Hollywood Close-up

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Sarah Schmidt, a 10-year volunteer cast member in the Pageant of the Masters, does not believe in half-measures. To turn herself into a convincing...

Where We Live

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Council candidate Judie Mancuso runs on environmentally conscious platform

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A self-described "true environmentalist," 30-year Laguna Beach resident Judie Mancuso has entered the city council candidacy ring for the third time. Already a few months...

Mark Memorial Day With Ceremony, Music and Flapjacks

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A Memorial Day ceremony in remembrance of the men and women who died protecting their country will be held at Monument Point in laguna Beach at 11 a.m. in Heisler Park Monday, May 28.

Street Wear Mogul Died a Natural Death

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Street wear designer Jonas Bevacqua, founder of the fast-growing Irvine-based hip-hop apparel company L-R-G, who was discovered dead at his Laguna Beach home in...

Pageant of the Masters announces open casting call for volunteers

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Can you stand still for 90 seconds? Do you enjoy art, theater and music? If the answer to these questions is a yes, the...

Focusing on the Middle East

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“After the Arab Spring,” led by Elye Pitts, is the subject of the League of Women Voters’ Great Decisions series, which takes place at...

Guard HQ Finally Breaks Ground

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Photo by Mitch Ridder Chief of Marine Safety Kevin Snow, center, and city council members, from left,  Elizabeth Pearson, Verna Rollinger, Mayor Jane Egly and...

Democratic Field Grows More Crowded

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In declaring his Democratic candidacy for the 48th District seat this week, Kotick said Orange County and the nation seem unprepared to take advantage of changes transforming work places that are confronting a shortage of skilled labor

Hotel Expansions Raise Questions Over Traffic

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Expectations that three hotel expansions in Laguna Beach will add to congestion in coming years prompted discussion this week about the short-comings of the city's current approval process that evaluates projects individually.

Pearson Bids Council Adieu

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By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Describing the proudest moments of her 12 years on the City Council, Mayor Elizabeth Pearson, who leaves office next...

A Fitting Send-off

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A throng of people with quarts of paint doused a boarded-up, ocean-front Laguna Beach structure with balloon-like messages, wall-length streaks and artistic giant-sized lettering...

Swimmer Rises to a Miles-High Challenge

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Laguna local and open-water ocean swimmer Tom Hale again braved frigid waters to compete in a fresh-water lake contest far from home and far above sea level.