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Resurrected Masterpieces

Sculptor Shamus Koch, formerly known as James Koch, brings new life to old objects. By Cheryl Pruett | Photos by Jody Tiongco   Growing up in a small Wisconsin town, Shamus Koch—then known as James Koch—didn’t realize that his Mark Twain-style childhood would one day set him...

A Decade of Passion

The Laguna Dance Festival marks a 10-year milestone of bringing ballet and contemporary dance to the community. By Sharon Stello   Sitting at Zinc Cafe, reminiscing about the Laguna Dance Festival’s first decade, in lead up to its 10th anniversary this September, founder and...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

All in the Family

Families revive the art of eating together, sharing conversation and home-cooked meals. By Maryann Minck   September is upon us and, by now, we’re scrolling through the photos on our smartphones, recalling beach days and barbecues, the art festivals and Music in the Park,...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014



Resurrected Masterpieces

Sculptor Shamus Koch, formerly known as James Koch, brings new life to old objects. By Cheryl Pruett | Photos by Jody Tiongco   Growing up in a small Wisconsin town, Shamus Koch—then known as James Koch—didn’t realize that his Mark...

A Decade of Passion

The Laguna Dance Festival marks a 10-year milestone of bringing ballet and contemporary dance to the community. By Sharon Stello   Sitting at Zinc Cafe, reminiscing about the Laguna Dance Festival’s first decade, in lead up to its 10th...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

All in the Family

Families revive the art of eating together, sharing conversation and home-cooked meals. By Maryann Minck   September is upon us and, by now, we’re scrolling through the photos on our smartphones, recalling beach days and barbecues, the art...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

Resurrected Masterpieces

Sculptor Shamus Koch, formerly known as James Koch, brings new life to old objects. By Cheryl Pruett | Photos by Jody Tiongco   Growing up in a small Wisconsin town, Shamus Koch—then known as James Koch—didn’t realize that his Mark...

A Decade of Passion

The Laguna Dance Festival marks a 10-year milestone of bringing ballet and contemporary dance to the community. By Sharon Stello   Sitting at Zinc Cafe, reminiscing about the Laguna Dance Festival’s first decade, in lead up to its 10th...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

All in the Family

Families revive the art of eating together, sharing conversation and home-cooked meals. By Maryann Minck   September is upon us and, by now, we’re scrolling through the photos on our smartphones, recalling beach days and barbecues, the art...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

Resurrected Masterpieces

Sculptor Shamus Koch, formerly known as James Koch, brings new life to old objects. By Cheryl Pruett | Photos by Jody Tiongco   Growing up in a small Wisconsin town, Shamus Koch—then known as James Koch—didn’t realize that his Mark Twain-style childhood would one day set him on a path to...

A Decade of Passion

The Laguna Dance Festival marks a 10-year milestone of bringing ballet and contemporary dance to the community. By Sharon Stello   Sitting at Zinc Cafe, reminiscing about the Laguna Dance Festival’s first decade, in lead up to its 10th anniversary this September, founder and director Jodie...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

All in the Family

Families revive the art of eating together, sharing conversation and home-cooked meals. By Maryann Minck   September is upon us and, by now, we’re scrolling through the photos on our smartphones, recalling beach days and barbecues, the art festivals and Music in the Park, and wondering how...
Posted On 26 Aug 2014

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Tom Tapscott

Tom Tapscott Laguna Beach resident Tom Tapscott passed away peacefully at his home on Nov. 26. He was 82. Tapscott graduated from Santa Ana High School and obtained a bachelor of science degree...

Weather or Not

A Month of Extremes This past Monday, Dec. 6, marks the anniversary of Laguna’s biggest rain event of all time. Jump in the time machine back to 1 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, 1997. Torrential rains,...

LB United Aims for Playoffs

Laguna Beach’s AYSO girls under 12 team, LB United, won a hard fought victory played in mud and rain against the Royal Pains. The game finished with a 0-0 tie and went into overtime. In the...

Youngster Wins Tennis Tourney

Eleven-year-old Sydney Van Alphen recently won the Laguna Niguel Junior Open tennis tournament in the girls 14’s singles division. The Thurston sixth-grader beat 14-year-old Bettina Olah...

Racer Grabs Silver at Thanksgiving Grand Prix

Laguna Beach resident Michael Lewis ended his Ford Focus Midget racing career on a high note on Nov. 25, with a second-place finish during the 70th annual Turkey Night Grand Prix, at Toyota...

Catering to Tots

By Melanie Silverman   Last month, the Los Angeles Times reported that chef Jamie Oliver wanted to take his “Food Revolution” show to the Los Angeles School District. They turned him down....