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Compiling the Literary Legacy of Local Authors

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In the wake of recent tributes to Laguna Beach High School alumni, Sam Totten, of the class of 1967, envisions yet another, but one...

Signal Battle Reaches Road’s End

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The long-debated installation of a traffic signal at the main entrance to Laguna Beach’s largest gated community comes before the county planning commission at...

False Start on Skateboarding Rules

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Laguna’s police chief says a proposal to treat skateboarders like bicyclists in an attempt to rein in fast-charging downhillers conflicts with state laws and...

Incumbents Win Re-Election

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Voters returned three Laguna Beach City Council candidates to office for another four-year term, according to provisional results of the Nov. 2 election by...

Merchant News

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Dentist Returns to the Mainland   Gary Boling, D.D.S., a specialist in cosmetic dentistry and full mouth rehabilitation, has recently set up shop in Laguna...

Playhouse Kicks Off its 90th Year

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The sun gave a command performance and the curtain rose on a new addition to Laguna Beach’s public art works, this one marking the...

Candy Airlift Sends Goodwill to Marines

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To most, a candy bar is a snack, maybe a guilty pleasure. But to the men and women in military service in Afghanistan, the...

Arts’ Advocate Pushes Oil Agenda

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When serving as president of the Festival of Arts, Laguna Beach’s most influential arts organization, Anita Mangels stood tall and spoke decisively on its...

Sightings Intensify Debate Over Sharks

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Last week’s fatal shark attack on a body boarder near Santa Barbara County’s surfing Shangri-la, Hollister Ranch, made clear that the ocean remains in...

Demand Made to Rescind Political Appointments

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Claiming that an “underlying political agenda” propelled recent appointments to the city’s Design Review Board, a public-policy expert this week filed a formal complaint...

Election Fundraising Drops in Low-Key Race

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With a sole challenger running against a trio of local City Council incumbents, the mailboxes and yards of Laguna Beach voters have not overflowed...

Carnival Ventures Into the Haunted Wild West

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Everyone from newborns to great-grandparents is invited to El Morro Elementary School’s annual Halloween carnival – the Boo Blast – on Friday, Oct. 29,...

A School of Support Packs Hearing

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Marine conservation proponents from Laguna Beach joined a sometimes raucous crowd to testify before a state commission in San Diego this past Wednesday considering...

Small Goblins Invade Main Beach

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The Laguna Beach Parents Club invites any pre-school age youngsters to join its annual Halloween costume parade at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at...

Park’s Fate Entangled by Family Enmity

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Newport Beach resident Paul Esslinger again turned to the courts this week to try to block the conversion of a Laguna Beach mobile home...