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‘Bentley Bandit’ Charged in Theft of Election Signs

A man accused of last fall has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of petty theft, six months after a neighbor said he caught the so-called “Bentley Bandit” red-handed.

LBPD’s Citizens Academy Graduates

On Thursday, April 18, the 26th class of the Laguna Beach Police Department Citizens Academy graduated during a ceremony held at the Royal Hawaiian Restaurant in Laguna Beach.

Local Author Shares Unconventional Wisdom

  “Breaking Blame” is a combination memoir and “self-healing” book written by Dave Schroeder, based on his 50-year career as a medical doctor specializing in psychiatry and as a gay man and single dad. It offers readers a how-to manual for finding happiness by coping with...
Posted On 25 Apr 2019


‘Bentley Bandit’ Charged in Theft of Election Signs

A man accused of last fall has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of petty theft, six months after a neighbor said he caught the so-called “Bentley Bandit” red-handed.

LBPD’s Citizens Academy Graduates

On Thursday, April 18, the 26th class of the Laguna Beach Police Department Citizens Academy graduated during a ceremony held at the Royal Hawaiian Restaurant in Laguna Beach.

Local Author Shares Unconventional Wisdom

  “Breaking Blame” is a combination memoir and “self-healing” book written by Dave Schroeder, based on his 50-year career as a medical doctor specializing in psychiatry and as a gay man and single dad. It offers readers a how-to manual for...
Posted On 25 Apr 2019




‘Bentley Bandit’ Charged in Theft of Election Signs

A man accused of last fall has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of petty theft, six months after a neighbor said he caught the so-called “Bentley Bandit” red-handed.

LBPD’s Citizens Academy Graduates

On Thursday, April 18, the 26th class of the Laguna Beach Police Department Citizens Academy graduated during a ceremony held at the Royal Hawaiian Restaurant in Laguna Beach.

Local Author Shares Unconventional Wisdom

  “Breaking Blame” is a combination memoir and “self-healing” book written by Dave Schroeder, based on his 50-year career as a medical doctor specializing in psychiatry and as a gay man and single dad. It offers readers a how-to manual for...
Posted On 25 Apr 2019

‘Bentley Bandit’ Charged in Theft of Election Signs

A man accused of last fall has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of petty theft, six months after a neighbor said he caught the so-called “Bentley Bandit” red-handed.

LBPD’s Citizens Academy Graduates

On Thursday, April 18, the 26th class of the Laguna Beach Police Department Citizens Academy graduated during a ceremony held at the Royal Hawaiian Restaurant in Laguna Beach.

Local Author Shares Unconventional Wisdom

  “Breaking Blame” is a combination memoir and “self-healing” book written by Dave Schroeder, based on his 50-year career as a medical doctor specializing in psychiatry and as a gay man and single dad. It offers readers a how-to manual for finding happiness by coping with sadness and fear...
Posted On 25 Apr 2019

Lumberyard Chef Challenge Dishes Up a Decade of Support for SchoolPower

On April 1 at the Lumberyard restaurant, Laguna school principals dueled as guest “chefs,” serving up competing three-course meals to a sellout crowd of SchoolPower supporters. It wasn’t an April...

LBHS Sports Update

South Snaps Win Streak at 6 Baseball (15-9, 3-2) The Spartans of South High School in Torrance had little resistance in an easy 9-3 win over Laguna on Wednesday, April 10, at home. Breakers held...

Street Beat

LBPD Challenges Drivers to ‘Silence’ the Distraction April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Laguna Beach Police Department will be joining law enforcement agencies statewide...

Rat Poison Seeps into the Wild

It took Joel Schulman 30 seconds to find the rat poison at Tivoli Too restaurant on the Art-A-Faire grounds Tuesday night.

TOW Celebrates New Little Free Library

Another Little Free Librarypopped up in the Top of the World neighborhood this week. A community potluck took place on Wednesday to celebrate the installation of the bright red, peaked roof book...
Posted On 04 Apr 2019

City Buys App to Help Drivers Find Parking Spaces

The Laguna Beach City Council agreed Tuesday to spend more than $1.61 million over the next five years to install and advertise a smart parking system that would allow drivers to find and pay for...

Ocean Avenue Will Be One-way Road by 2020

Ocean Avenue will be converted into a one-way street between Coast Highway and Beach Street in Spring 2020 following a vote from the Laguna Beach City Council on Tuesday.

Middle School Students Explore Potential Careers

Thurston Middle School’s seventh- and eighth-graders spent Tuesday and Wednesday touring different workplace sites.

Laguna Police Officers, Employees to be Honored Thursday

On Thursday, April 11, the Laguna Beach Exchange Club will be hosting the Biennial Police Awards Banquet. This ceremony honors Police Department employees for their acts of bravery, lifesaving...

Historical Society Looks Back at Laguna Canyon Project

he publisher and creators of the 2018 book, “The Laguna Canyon Project: Refining Artivism,” invite all to a panel discussion, talk and slideshow at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, at the Susi Q...

Guest Column

Update from the Chamber As we conclude the first quarter of the year, the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce is content with its overall progress. We hosted our first Breakfast Panel with StuNews,...

Pet Peeves

Flutter It started out as a typical day. I was sitting in my favorite chair on my favorite deck. I’ve christened this area the poop deck. Strike that. The seagulls did the christening. My...


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