The local family that has operated the iconic Hotel Laguna for more then three decades intends to close its doors next month and has filed a lawsuit alleging they are being illegally forced out by the property’s owners.
An increase in Hepatitis A among the homeless populations in both San Diego and Los Angeles counties is prompting a warning to Laguna Beach Friendship Shelter homeless volunteers and the Orange County homeless community.
Departing from traditional theatrical selections, Karol opted for horror this Halloween season. Flesh-eating zombies will roam the theater for two weekends as students perform an adaption of the 1968 cult classic film, “Night of the Living Dead”.
A new touch of color and whimsy embellishes one of the bright white external walls of the building, facing Third Street. There, street artist Colette Miller of Los Angeles last week installed her signature work, disembodied angel wings. Miller said she works a week in her studio...
Story and Photos by Christopher Trela | LB Indy Onward America, Truth and Justice for Men of Benghazi, led by Johnny Benitez of Lake Forest, held a political rally on Laguna’s Main Beach Sunday evening, but the light turnout was a far cry from the more than 2,500 people that...
Long-hidden and newly restored, the mural “Settlement,” a work by early Laguna Beach Impressionist Edgar Payne, takes a star turn as part of Laguna Art Museum’s current exhibition “California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820-1930.”
Faced with a loud overflow crowd this past Wednesday, Laguna Beach planning commissioners voted 4-1 to recommend revisions of the city’s historic preservation ordinance to the City Council. Commissioner Sue Kempf cast the dissenting vote.
Property owners in Laguna Beach will not need to obtain a permit to take down trees on privately owned property, unless the tree holds heritage or city-reviewed status or is city-owned in the public right of way.
“I thought I was making an heirloom for my children and I was going to breathe 100 new years into this cottage, and it was going to be something my children would go to forever,” Slee said, catching her breath between tears. “But maybe I won’t get to live in the cottage. Maybe I...
Columns of colorful balloons punctuated the blue sky when former students and staff returned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Top of the World Elementary School last Friday. Founding principal Al Haven visited with dozens of attendees from the institution’s inaugural year.