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Climate Change and Nuclear Power This column is not about questioning whether the science is settled; it is not about spending millions on cow flatulence capturing to save the planet. This article is written by a skeptic who, for purposes of discussion, accepts the premise that...

Village Matters

A Slogan that Inspires? It was a long drive home from a family reunion in Flagstaff and I thought some diversion would make it less boring. “How many state slogans can we remember?” So, Alfredo and I tried the easiest ones: California, “The Golden State;” Nevada, “The Silver...

Wisdom Workout

The Game of Life    I have great admiration for professional golfers. They have a mighty career task. They plan their schedules a year in advance, hire their own caddies and make their own travel arrangements. They play in a professional-amateur tournament the day before...

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Common Sense

Climate Change and Nuclear Power This column is not about questioning whether the science is settled; it is not about spending millions on cow flatulence capturing to save the planet. This article is written by a skeptic who, for purposes of...

Village Matters

A Slogan that Inspires? It was a long drive home from a family reunion in Flagstaff and I thought some diversion would make it less boring. “How many state slogans can we remember?” So, Alfredo and I tried the easiest ones: California, “The...

Wisdom Workout

The Game of Life    I have great admiration for professional golfers. They have a mighty career task. They plan their schedules a year in advance, hire their own caddies and make their own travel arrangements. They play in a professional-amateur...





Common Sense

Climate Change and Nuclear Power This column is not about questioning whether the science is settled; it is not about spending millions on cow flatulence capturing to save the planet. This article is written by a skeptic who, for purposes of...

Village Matters

A Slogan that Inspires? It was a long drive home from a family reunion in Flagstaff and I thought some diversion would make it less boring. “How many state slogans can we remember?” So, Alfredo and I tried the easiest ones: California, “The...

Wisdom Workout

The Game of Life    I have great admiration for professional golfers. They have a mighty career task. They plan their schedules a year in advance, hire their own caddies and make their own travel arrangements. They play in a professional-amateur...

Common Sense

Climate Change and Nuclear Power This column is not about questioning whether the science is settled; it is not about spending millions on cow flatulence capturing to save the planet. This article is written by a skeptic who, for purposes of discussion, accepts the premise that climate change...

Village Matters

A Slogan that Inspires? It was a long drive home from a family reunion in Flagstaff and I thought some diversion would make it less boring. “How many state slogans can we remember?” So, Alfredo and I tried the easiest ones: California, “The Golden State;” Nevada, “The Silver State;” Florid...

Wisdom Workout

The Game of Life    I have great admiration for professional golfers. They have a mighty career task. They plan their schedules a year in advance, hire their own caddies and make their own travel arrangements. They play in a professional-amateur tournament the day before competition begins,...

City Preps for Holiday Events, Traffic

The city’s fireworks show originates from Monument Point at Heisler Park, and the Monument Point area will be closed all day on Thursday, July 4. Additionally, at about 5 p.m., the area of...

OC Grand Jury: Laguna Needs More Trees

Laguna Beach was criticized by the Orange County Grand Jury as one of eight Orange County cities with a relatively low number of publicly-owned street trees, according to a report published last week.

First Phase of Village Entrance Complete

City officials recently announced the completion of Phase 1 of the Village Entrance—a project that aims to provide enhanced pedestrian safety, improved traffic flow and new public open space.

Open House Burglars Arrested

On May 26, the Laguna Beach Police Department received three reports of theft from three different residences in the city. Police discovered that all of the victims who reported a theft had...

Obituary: Donna Anderson

Donna P. Anderson, 77, died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 16, 2019. Donna was born February 1, 1942, in Chicago, IL, a daughter of the late Frank Riley and Dorothy Tompkins. She had been a...

Personnel File

Crantz Takes Third for Cannabis Column On Thursday, June 20, the Orange County Press Club awarded Indy columnist Mark Crantz third place in the “Best Cannabis Coverage” category for his Feb. 2,...

Boys & Girls Clubs of America Honors Elsa Brizzi

Elsa Brizzi, author and illustrator of the book “You Are A Very Special You,” recently received an educational program merit award from the Boys & Girls Club for her work in developing the...

Pet Peeves

Best Made Plans I was delighted to read the Indy’s “Laguna Leaders Receive Recognition for Landscape Plans.” The American Planning Association (APA) presented its 2019 Comprehensive Plan Award,...

Sawdust Opens for the Summer

Laguna’s beloved Sawdust Arts Festival returns for its 53rd season Friday, June 28, through Sunday, Sept. 1, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. The Sawdust features the work of more than 200 Laguna...

Obituary – Ralph Tarzian

Ralph Tarzian was a sculptor. He died on June 12, 2019, peacefully, at the age of 95. His family revered him as a kind and loving war hero, artist, and scholar. He and his wife, Nancy, who died...

Class Notes

   LBHS PTA Gives Grants to Get Ideas Laguna Beach High School students engaged with an assortment of animal companions on campus last week to help them de-stress before final exams. Four...

LBHS Sports Update

Summer Sports Girls Water Polo opened their summer league on June 24 with a 7-2 win over Foothill. The Indy would like to keep up on summer league activity for all varsity teams—please send...


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