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Mother-Daughter Team Goes into Business

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Laguna Beach natives Ann and Dagmarette Yen, mother and daughter, respectively, recently launched Damo Momo, a line of soft, earth friendly maternity clothing, designed exclusively...

Robert Allan Peterson

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  Aug. 18, 1947 – Nov. 19, 2010 Bob Peterson, a local attorney and 25-year Laguna Beach resident, passed away from...

Community Datebook

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Does the OC Measure Up? Find out how far your tax dollars go when the League of Women Voters hear from Lisa Burke, project manager...

Line-up From A to Z at Susi Q

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Free Hawaiian Hula Performance From Honolulu and the Mid-Pacific Institute School of the Arts, Pupukahi I Ke Alo O Na Pua (“United as One in...

Endeavors of the Heart

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RUFF’n It By Lee Winocur Field and Marion Jacobs Times in Laguna have been rough lately, even for animals. On Dec. 23, hotline coordinator Sandra Truelove-Silverman received...

Green Tip of the Week

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Wash your clothes in cold water. The average household can avoid emitting 1,281 pounds of carbon dioxide annually and save on energy bills. Green tips...

Museum Auction Lures a Crowd

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A coin flip settles disputed bidding over a donkey drawing Silent bidding initially appeared somewhat sluggish during Laguna Art Museum’s annual art auction last...

Street Beat

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Monday, Jan. 31 Fraud. 9 a.m. 500 block of Seaview Street. Another apparent victim in the credit-card skimming investigation claimed a $177 loss. Vandalism. 9:45 a.m....

Running With an Empowering Woman, My Mom

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By Melissa Hocking, Special to the Independent Running hasn't always been a fun hobby for me. It used to be a tedious extra-curricular activity that I...

Village Matters

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Does no one want to tell his or her love story?  In my last column—thinking ahead for our upcoming Valentine’s fest—I told my dear...

Get Inspired

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There are people who started when they were young, realized they were passionate about something, practiced, trained, and worked until their fingers hurt, went...

Valentine, a Victim of City Code

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It was no cupid’s bow but an official letter that took aim last week at a lit up heart displayed in an Oro Street yard, figuratively piercing the hearts of the property owners and astonishing neighbors.

Historic Mansion Opens its Doors for Valentine’s Day

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By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy The Villa Rockledge, a stately remnant of Laguna Beach’s early history, has been out of public view save for...

Mayor Feted With Dots and Jests

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Members of the Woman’s Club honored Elizabeth Pearson’s year-long service as mayor with polka dot and pastel decorations, award plaques and personal tributes. Over lunch...

McWeather or Not

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A Month for Records By Dennis McTighe We’ve now passed the halfway point of winter, Feb. 5 being the halfway mark. It’s another gorgeous Monday on...