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USPS: Weather Impacts Mail Delivery in Laguna Beach

Customer pick-up available for non-deliveries only Recent storms, flooding and road closures have interrupted mail service in some parts of Laguna Beach, according to the United States Postal Service. Customers in the ZIP code area 92651 who did not receive delivery can pick up...

Letter: In Support of Protecting Ocean Views

At a Jan. 8 City Council meeting, during the consideration of an appeal from a Design Review Board decision, Councilmember Peter Blake, made the following comment: “I think the person who is building has every right to build whatever they want to build within the envelope. So, I...

Letter: Park Plaza Torpedoed

It’s stunning that, while downtown retailers are looking to activate their streets and are using the word experience, City Council voted last Saturday to put Park Plaza on the back burner—the one no-brainer experience our community wants and needs. Back in March of last...



USPS: Weather Impacts Mail Delivery in Laguna Beach

Customer pick-up available for non-deliveries only Recent storms, flooding and road closures have interrupted mail service in some parts of Laguna Beach, according to the United States Postal Service. Customers in the ZIP code area 92651 who did...

Letter: In Support of Protecting Ocean Views

At a Jan. 8 City Council meeting, during the consideration of an appeal from a Design Review Board decision, Councilmember Peter Blake, made the following comment: “I think the person who is building has every right to build whatever they want...

Letter: Park Plaza Torpedoed

It’s stunning that, while downtown retailers are looking to activate their streets and are using the word experience, City Council voted last Saturday to put Park Plaza on the back burner—the one no-brainer experience our community wants...

USPS: Weather Impacts Mail Delivery in Laguna Beach

Customer pick-up available for non-deliveries only Recent storms, flooding and road closures have interrupted mail service in some parts of Laguna Beach, according to the United States Postal Service. Customers in the ZIP code area 92651 who did...

Letter: In Support of Protecting Ocean Views

At a Jan. 8 City Council meeting, during the consideration of an appeal from a Design Review Board decision, Councilmember Peter Blake, made the following comment: “I think the person who is building has every right to build whatever they want...

Letter: Park Plaza Torpedoed

It’s stunning that, while downtown retailers are looking to activate their streets and are using the word experience, City Council voted last Saturday to put Park Plaza on the back burner—the one no-brainer experience our community wants...

USPS: Weather Impacts Mail Delivery in Laguna Beach

Customer pick-up available for non-deliveries only Recent storms, flooding and road closures have interrupted mail service in some parts of Laguna Beach, according to the United States Postal Service. Customers in the ZIP code area 92651 who did not receive delivery can pick up their mail at...

Letter: In Support of Protecting Ocean Views

At a Jan. 8 City Council meeting, during the consideration of an appeal from a Design Review Board decision, Councilmember Peter Blake, made the following comment: “I think the person who is building has every right to build whatever they want to build within the envelope. So, I know that we...

Letter: Park Plaza Torpedoed

It’s stunning that, while downtown retailers are looking to activate their streets and are using the word experience, City Council voted last Saturday to put Park Plaza on the back burner—the one no-brainer experience our community wants and needs. Back in March of last year, Council...

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Letter: Save Laguna’s Charm Downtown

Laguna Beach has always been a city of trees. The earliest photos from 1910 show large groves of trees planted by the early homesteaders. And, for many of us, that’s why 50 to 75 years ago we...

Finding Meaning

Still Slaves A harsh reality of our shrinking world is how technology brings mankind’s darkest deeds into high definition focus. Distant wrongs confront people of good will.  It is an ancient...

Village Matters

Walking Away from Our Heritage?   How did a Walmart end up across the road from the Victorian farmhouse where I grew up?  Because my family and I walked away from our heritage. My...

Just for Laughs

Read the Personals DAVOS FEMALE – I’m a Davos VIP, just returned from the big conference. It’s my great pleasure to sell impressive bumper stickers for only $7 each. You can have a choice – I...

Wisdom Workout

The statement ‘learn to live in the present moment’ ranks right up there as a catch-all phrase that I would be hard pressed to argue with, though I do admit it irks me when it is used...

Street Beat

Sunday, Jan. 27 Traffic stop. 12:48 a.m. Montage Resort Drive and Coast Highway. A 25-year-old Laguna Beach man was arrested for DUI and held for $2,500 bail. Traffic stop. 2:51 a.m. Montage...

City Delays Hearing Developer’s Pitch to Fund New City Staff

An unusual proposal from a local developer to donate $250,000 to Laguna Beach for hiring a new city planner or contract planning consultants was pulled from the City Council’s Jan. 22 agenda...

CBD Shop OK’d to Replace Gallery Space

The Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit Jan. 23 for a cannabidiol (CBD) product store at the former Main Beach Fine Art Gallery at 206 North Coast Highway, which would be the...

A ‘Home Run Day’ for Local Hero

For local baseball hero Skipper Carrillo, last Sunday was most definitely a “Home Run Day.”

An Update on the Homeless in Laguna, OC

Dawn Price, executive director of the Friendship Shelter, will give a talk, “Homelessness in Laguna Beach and Orange County: New Challenges and Accomplishments,” at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27,...

Megan Griswold Discusses New Book

Laguna Beach Books, 1200 S. Coast Highway, will host Megan Griswold to discuss her new book, “The Book of Help: A Memoir in Remedies” at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27. Her book is the story of one...