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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...

New Rules May Smooth Mozambique’s Parking Dispute

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A majority of the City Council endorsed the concept of resident-only parking restrictions near Mozambique Steakhouse to pacify neighbors’ long-running noise complaints about late-night...

Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

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Serendipity and perhaps good karma brings five Tibetan monks to Laguna Beach beginning next week to perform the sacred art of mandala sand painting...

New Rules May Smooth Mozambique’s Parking Dispute

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A majority of the City Council endorsed the concept of resident-only parking restrictions near Mozambique Steakhouse to pacify neighbors’ long-running noise complaints about late-night...

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...

Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

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Serendipity and perhaps good karma brings five Tibetan monks to Laguna Beach beginning next week to perform the sacred art of mandala sand painting...