Schools’ Leader Exudes Optimism for 2012

Despite dire economic news on the state and national level, Betsy Jenkins begins her 10th year on the Laguna Beach school board and her...

Police Arrest Suspected Daredevil Jumper

Laguna Beach investigators arrested a man who they suspect of clandestinely ascending to the rooftops of private homes in coastal cities in recent months...

Grandma Claus

Two little pale faces peer at me. “What, sure, what time is it?” asks Jacob. “In California or Texas? Grandpa made coffee.” They climb over...

Lowdown for Today’s Holiday

  The city sponsored Fourth of July fireworks show begin at 9 p.m. at Monument Point in Heisler Park tonight. That area of the park...

Beach Provides a Canvas for Landscape Art

Zalan Szabo departed from his home in Laguna Niguel in darkness on Memorial Day to take advantage of a low tide and pursue his...

Laguna Beach Mobilizes for High Wind Events

Laguna Beach residents remembered the 26th anniversary of the 1993 wildfire this week while white-knuckling during the city's second Red Flag warning within six days.

Homecoming Preview: Breakers Host League Favorite

For the first time in 43 years, Laguna Beach takes an undefeated record into their annual homecoming game, this Friday, Oct. 15.   Unlike the easy...

LGBTQ Alliance Holds ‘Diversity and the Creative Economy’ Symposium

On Monday, April 29, the Laguna Beach LGBTQ Heritage & Culture Alliance held “Diversity and the Creative Economy,” a symposium featuring international bestselling author and urbanist Richard Florida at Montage Laguna Beach.

Art Seen

Ocean Collage to Emerge From Workshop Laguna Outreach for Community Arts presents a family-friendly 9 a.m. art class at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in...

Studios of Their Own, Thanks to an Alumna’s Gift

  With the end of the term just weeks away, Laguna College of Art and Design seniors didn’t need all that much prodding to show...

Writer Questions GOP Involvement in School Race

Editor, I read with some amusement Laguna Beach Republicans board director Christopher Kling’s letter regarding our recent school board election. In that race, an unconnected, unqualified,...

Unfazed by Mortality, He Pursues Another Project

We have this tree just on the street side of our retaining wall.  An Oak tree, while it helps beautify the street, it doesn’t...

Back to School


Bigger Lifeguard HQs Underway

Costs on the rise Main Beach’s basketball players are dribbling elsewhere, forced off the beach in recent weeks by a new crew. The popular basketball...
letters to the editor

Letter: Development Done Right

With Laguna threatened by mega-development schemes, many residents are looking for development done right. Look no further than 496 N. Coast Hwy.– a newly...