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Iseman, Blake and Kempf Elected to Council

After a contentious and crowded City Council race for three open seats, incumbent Toni Iseman came out on top Tuesday night and will serve a sixth term at the dais. Joining Iseman on the Council will be gallery owner Peter Blake and former Planning Commissioner Sue Kempf. With...

Laguna Loses Renowned Artist, Arts Advocate

Anne England passed away Oct. 29 at her home in Laguna Niguel with family by her side. She was a Festival of Arts and Sawdust Festival exhibitor and tireless advocate for the arts and artists in Laguna Beach. She was founder of The Festival of Arts Artists Fund, the Sawdust...
Posted On 08 Nov 2018

Special Veterans Day Transit Service 

  Laguna Beach Transit will be modifying service on Monday, Nov. 12. Coastal Services and services in Top of the World, Bluebird Canyon, Arch Beach Heights, North and South Laguna neighborhoods will be offered from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Regular service will resume on Tuesday,...



Iseman, Blake and Kempf Elected to Council

After a contentious and crowded City Council race for three open seats, incumbent Toni Iseman came out on top Tuesday night and will serve a sixth term at the dais. Joining Iseman on the Council will be gallery owner Peter Blake and former...

Laguna Loses Renowned Artist, Arts Advocate

Anne England passed away Oct. 29 at her home in Laguna Niguel with family by her side. She was a Festival of Arts and Sawdust Festival exhibitor and tireless advocate for the arts and artists in Laguna Beach. She was founder of The Festival of...
Posted On 08 Nov 2018

Special Veterans Day Transit Service 

  Laguna Beach Transit will be modifying service on Monday, Nov. 12. Coastal Services and services in Top of the World, Bluebird Canyon, Arch Beach Heights, North and South Laguna neighborhoods will be offered from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Regular...

Iseman, Blake and Kempf Elected to Council

After a contentious and crowded City Council race for three open seats, incumbent Toni Iseman came out on top Tuesday night and will serve a sixth term at the dais. Joining Iseman on the Council will be gallery owner Peter Blake and former...

Laguna Loses Renowned Artist, Arts Advocate

Anne England passed away Oct. 29 at her home in Laguna Niguel with family by her side. She was a Festival of Arts and Sawdust Festival exhibitor and tireless advocate for the arts and artists in Laguna Beach. She was founder of The Festival of...
Posted On 08 Nov 2018

Special Veterans Day Transit Service 

  Laguna Beach Transit will be modifying service on Monday, Nov. 12. Coastal Services and services in Top of the World, Bluebird Canyon, Arch Beach Heights, North and South Laguna neighborhoods will be offered from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Regular...

Iseman, Blake and Kempf Elected to Council

After a contentious and crowded City Council race for three open seats, incumbent Toni Iseman came out on top Tuesday night and will serve a sixth term at the dais. Joining Iseman on the Council will be gallery owner Peter Blake and former Planning Commissioner Sue Kempf. With all 16 precincts...

Laguna Loses Renowned Artist, Arts Advocate

Anne England passed away Oct. 29 at her home in Laguna Niguel with family by her side. She was a Festival of Arts and Sawdust Festival exhibitor and tireless advocate for the arts and artists in Laguna Beach. She was founder of The Festival of Arts Artists Fund, the Sawdust Festival’s Artists’...
Posted On 08 Nov 2018

Special Veterans Day Transit Service 

  Laguna Beach Transit will be modifying service on Monday, Nov. 12. Coastal Services and services in Top of the World, Bluebird Canyon, Arch Beach Heights, North and South Laguna neighborhoods will be offered from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Regular service will resume on Tuesday, Nov. 13. For more...

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Pet Peeves

Mother was very strict when it came to table manners. Rule #1—No elbows on the table. Rule #2—No shirt, no shoes, no service. And Rule #3—Mother never cooks. She makes reservations. Yes, we went...

Does the Wet Suit You

Okay Corral Marshall Dillon, Miss Kitty, Doc, and Festus can’t vote in Dodge City, Kansas. Not because they are dead, though that could also be a problem. They can’t vote in Dodge City because it...

Finding Meaning

Goodbye Good Ann Ann Richardson, who quietly served our community for over 20 years as a doer and organizer, has moved on. She fought a recurring cancer this past year, there were the usual...

‘Romeo and Juliet’ Continues This Weekend

Laguna Beach High School presents the timeless story of two divided families and the young lovers caught in between—Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” The tragic play closes this...

Community Art Project Presents ‘Naturescape’

Enjoy a free discussion on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 12-1 p.m. with some of the artists participating in CAP’s “Naturescape,” and see who has won the Peoples’ Choice award and two other awards. This...

Letter: ‘Shoreline Project’ Brought Locals, Visitors Together

A tale of alchemy during divisive diatribes: We were all dressed in black from neck to toe, waiting for our umbrellas in lines that twisted from multiple sites on Main Beach. Some of us came from...