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Tag: "Corona Del Mar"

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Advocating for Spaces That Foster Creativity

Advocating for Spaces That Foster Creativity

Editor, Laguna Beach enjoys a unique and enviable reputation around the country and, indeed, around the world.  It is known for its beauty, its beach and its history as an inspiring haven for artists.  Laguna Beach is widely regarded as among the top art colonies and has been recognized as such in such leading publications […]

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Supporter of Canyon Live Work Complex

Supporter of Canyon Live Work Complex

Editor, I am in favor of the Long(i) Live-Work-Create project and would encourage the city council to support this wonderful art studio complex in Laguna. My mother was an artist in the ‘60s in Laguna and studied with some of Laguna’s finest artists of that era. Laguna Beach has always been such a wonderful center […]

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Keeping the Screens Filled

Keeping the Screens Filled

Our movie theatre is on the endangered list.  In spite of really low admission prices, many great movies and use by the art museum’s film group once each month, it is down to one or two employees, who at times sell tickets and popcorn, too. It needs new electronic signs, like the newly re-opened Port in […]

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Bicyclist Questions Diversion to Glenneyre

Bicyclist Questions Diversion to Glenneyre

Editor: Regarding: A proposal to eliminate automobile lanes to accommodate the addition of bicycle lanes on Glenneyre Street. Over the last several weeks I have read a number of newspaper columns and watched town council meetings wherein a handful of people who refer to themselves as “complete street” advocates, have proposed the idea of reducing […]