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Making a Difference

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By Jim Perkins, Special to the Independent Three members of Laguna Presbyterian Church recently described their three-week mission trip to Kenya and Tanzania, reporting to...

Taking Stock

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Double, Double, Toil and Bubble In October of 1987, I was happily enjoying changing from a law career to the stimulations of being a stockbroker...

Flock Finished, Pastor Bids Farewell

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With 12 cloned charcoal drawings of a life-size sheep lining the upstairs Laguna Art Museum gallery, it looks as if artist and pastor Brad...

Golf Resumes at Aliso Creek

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After a two-month storm-caused closure, the 83-acre Aliso Creek Golf Course will reopen this Sunday, Feb. 20, donating golf proceeds that day to the...

Hearts May Prevail

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Outside holiday decorations, including large, lighted Valentine’s Day hearts, that are displayed on days other than during the City Hall-designated time frame of Nov....

Will Mozambique ‘Quiet Zone’ Bring Peace?

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With neighbors still upset about what they see as a restaurant morphing into a nightclub, the City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to test a...

City Hall Meetings

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Wednesday, Feb. 23 Planning Commission, 6:30 p.m., Council Chambers Thursday, Feb. 24 Parking, Traffic, Circulation Committee, 6 p.m., Community Center Board of Adjustment, Design Review, 6 p.m., Council...

Unhappy With Curbing Skateboarding

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Editor, Laguna Beach city government is so far from reality that it is no laughing matter. Giving skateboarders tickets for not skating against traffic is insane....

TOW Struts Its Stuff

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Top of the World students flaunted their talent in a sold-out, one-night only performance at the Artists’ Theatre last Friday, Jan. 28. Over 100 students...

Dance Twirls to Another Record

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SchoolPower’s largest and most successful fundraising event last month grossed nearly $256,000 for Laguna’s four public schools. Kristin Bunn, Melissa Cavanaugh, and Kim Ressler organized...

LCAD Student Designs Winning Logo

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The Rotary Club selected a fresh logo design for its upcoming Grapes for Grads fundraiser, a design by Laguna College of Art &...

Breakers Surge Past OC Rivals

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Laguna (18-7) gained much needed momentum for the upcoming Division I playoffs last weekend in the prestigious Southern California Championships. Ranked seventh in last...

Dalke Leads Laguna to 5th Title

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After appearing to sleep their way through the first six league contests, losing only to last place Saddleback, the boys basketball squad seem to...

Girls Close in on Playoffs

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By Frank Aronoff | LB Indy For the first half of league play, the girls’ basketball squad appeared on target to miss the playoffs altogether...

Club Calendar

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Meet the Oldest Everest Climber The oldest American to climb Mt. Everest, Costa Mesa resident Bill Burke, will talk to the Laguna Beach Business Club at...