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The Lead

Breakers Fall to Etiwanda 16-7

Down 5-3 in the third inning, Laguna Beach High School pitcher Jack Loechner was hit by a line drive that broke a finger on his pitching hand in the CIF quarterfinal against Etiwanda played at home Friday, May 26. After the forced pitching change, the Breakers gave up five runs...

Gay Vibe Takes a New Direction


Two months ago, he established the LagunaBeach LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Heritage & Culture Committee, comprised of community leaders from Visit Laguna, the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Susi Q Senior Center and other committed businesses and residents.

3-1 Laguna Victory Shocks Again

Breakers advance to the quarterfinal CIF playoff round in the win Tuesday, May 23, against Newbury Park.

Schools

Class Notes

Shap Show Spotlights Student Talent Tickets are now on sale for the 26th No Suits Allowed concert, which returns to the LBHS Artists’ Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 8, for the annual senior fundraiser, benefiting a safe and sober graduation night. Every winter, Gary Shapiro, an upper...

Kids’ Art

I’m worried. The Laguna Museum is hosting art classes for kids.  This undertaking could be an undertaking. “Dear Lord, please welcome this unsuspecting and trusting museum into your heavenly embrace and forgive those young artists who didn’t know the combustible property of paint...

Learning ABC’s of Common Core Standards

Parents can learn about the school district’s efforts to integrate Common Core State Standards into the classroom in a program Wednesday, Jan. 29, in the high school’s library. The 6-7:30 p.m. session will focus on the importance of writing in all subjects and how to support...

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Street Beat

Street Beat

Monday, Jan. 31 Fraud. 9 a.m. 500 block of Seaview Street. Another apparent victim in the credit-card skimming investigation claimed a $177 loss. Vandalism. 9:45 a.m. 900 block of Laguna Canyon Road. An incident of road rage resulted in the driver of one vehicle hurling anti-gay...

Accidental Fire Ignites in Home

By Andrea Adelson | LB Indy Fire. 11:05 p.m.. An accidental electrical fire ignited in the sub-floor of a kitchen in the 2200 block of Hillview Drive about 11 p.m. last Saturday, causing $50,000 in damage, fire Division Chief Jeff LaTendresse said. Though the home was equipped...

Serial Fast Food Robber Nabbed

By Andrea Adelson | LB Indy   Police arrested a 48-year-old man suspected of 30 mostly failed hold-ups of fast-food restaurants after allegedly using a gun in another pair of unsuccessful heists last Thursday, Dec. 30, in Laguna Beach. David Brian Mattson pleaded not guilty...

Letters

Uber, a Questionable Perk?

Editor, Lauren Korduner’s article regarding Laguna Beach entering into a pilot program with Uber to provide rides to seniors, – this needs closer scrutinizing before applauding the effort. Uber, as many know, is the subject of numerous lawsuits, tightening regulations,...

Misplaced Values

Editor, Only two of the 24 Orange County public school districts fell below the 92 to 94 percent “herd immunity” threshold required to prevent the spread of disease, according to the California Department of Public Health and OC Health Care Agency.  They were...

Way-Finding Signs Will Assist Visitors and Residents

Editor, Billy Fried’s column on the city’s contemplated way-finding program needs some clarifications.. It also provided several good suggestions about how to help the city’s merchants such as parklets, bike corrals, bike sharing and other neighborhood enhancements. First, some...

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