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Senior Helpers

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To help observe Meals-on-Wheels’ national awareness campaign, Laguna Beach’s Mayor Toni Iseman helped make home-deliveries from Mission Hospital Laguna Beach on last week.   Joining her...

Cooler Temps Lure Nature Lovers to the Hillsides

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From 9- 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6, ages 10 and up can step back 25 million years to a time when the seas...

The Challenge to Find the Best Fit

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Laguna Beach High School rising seniors and other college-bound students face an even more competitive and confusing admissions quest this year. The chore of getting...

Campaigning for Pedestrian Safety

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Laguna Beach resident Pamela Burrus took advantage of last Friday’s fortuitous date, 11/11/11, to stage a walk downtown to raise awareness about pedestrian safety...

Laguna Adopts Another Sibling

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The Laguna Beach City Council officially adopted St. Ives, England, as a sister city, joining current siblings in Menton, France, and San Jose del...

Protests Put Off Rulemaking on Public Trees

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The city’s View Restoration Committee delayed a final decision on a proposed revision to a view ordinance covering 1,000 city trees until Oct. 5. Members...

Diver’s Widow Spotlights Killer Blackouts

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  Michele Brislen, widow of free diver Andrew Brislen, wants to educate people about the danger of shallow water blackout, which led to her husband’s...

Laguna’s Mayor Takes Same-Sex Marriage Vow

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Laguna Beach’s Mayor Jane Egly is the first in the county to sign a marriage equality pledge embraced by 175 other mayors nationwide as...

Academy’s Students Medal in Contest

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Cho’s Academy youth martial artists studio brought home several medals at the 22nd Annual International Tae Kwon Do Festival, held May 30 in the...

Design Studio Slashes Conventional Concepts

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From a graphic design studio tucked into an industrial building on Laguna Canyon Road comes an unlikely pair of art entrepreneurs, trying to tip...

Rotary Names Student of the Month

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Stuart Webb, a senior at Laguna Beach High School, was honored as student of the month in the mathematics department by the Laguna Beach...

Journalist Stu Saffer Dies

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  Journalist and entrepreneur Stu Saffer, founder of the Stu News Laguna website and Laguna Beach Independent weekly newspaper, died Saturday, May 20, after a...

Holiday Digest: Christmas and the Eight Days of Hanukkah

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By Rosalie Marsh-Boinus  When I was a young girl growing up in the Midwest, Christmas was always an exciting time. There were beautiful decorations around...

Brewing a Cauldron of Wicked Fun

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While the annual Boo Blast carnival at El Morro gives local children an early sample of the year’s spookiest holiday, the main event arrives...

Celebrating Patriotic Service

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Legion Marks Veterans Day With Pageantry The community is welcome to join the American Legion at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, in honoring veterans for...