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Leisurely Living For Some

Housing prices and rentals costs have rebounded since the downturn of 2008, making affordable housing more scarce for low-income or a single income households. “The low income situation in Laguna is not that great,” said Nadia Babayi, executive director of the Susi Q Center. She also serves on the city’s Senior Housing Task Force, convened to develop programs that assist seniors specifically with finding or retaining suitable housing.

The Nicest Girls in Town Step onto its Brightest Stage

Amid a large cast of veteran and emerging actors performing in the hit musical “Hairspray” are three local young women delighted to showcase their talent for audiences of Laguna Playhouse.

Something New for Those Saying ‘I Do’

Something borrowed, something blue, something old, and something new in Laguna Beach. Elizabeth Findlay Bridal is a new bridal shop in town with beautiful gowns at reasonable prices.

Summer Art Festivals Open Their Doors

The beloved Laguna Beach Sawdust Festival officially opens today, and artists are finally ready for the two-month summer art extravaganza.

New Artwork Overlooks Diver’s Cove

An octopus sculpture and bronze bench now perch in Heisler Park overlooking Diver’s Cove in Laguna Beach.

10 Years of Beach Musique

Myriad performers will be entertaining those planning on attending the event or just people passing through downtown Laguna Beach.