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Free Yoga Celebration

The annual celebration of Pacific Ashtanga Yoga Shala’s opening promises to stretch the body and calm the spirit with a complimentary class, food and organic juice, and more on Sunday, Aug. 26, in Dana Point. Laguna Beach resident and founder Diana Christinson opened Pacific...

Live! Adds Board Member

Laguna Beach Live! welcomes Glenn Gray as its newest board member. Glenn is chief executive and president of South County Bank and is also a board member of the Laguna Playhouse. “His appreciation of music, obvious financial skills, and community involvement will make him a great...

Laguna Manufacturer Takes NYC

Cerno, an industrial design and manufacturing company that makes all of their products at their in-house facility in Laguna Beach, returns to New York this week to exhibit at the New York International Gift Fair. Visit www.cernogroup.com for more information.

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Obituaries

David Gerth

Gustav David Gerth of Laguna Beach died Dec. 29, 2010, at the Long Beach Care Center in Long Beach. He was 82 years old. Gerth was much loved, a friendly, upbeat, talented musician, gourmet chef and loyal friend. Though he spent the last five years of his life in hospitals and...

Earle E. Wellsfry

Earle E. Wellsfry, known as an avid body surfer, former Laguna Beach lifeguard and excellent waterman, passed into his Father’s presence on Dec. 16, 2010, after losing his nine-week battle with pancreatic cancer. Earle was born on April 30, 1953, in Brazil on the mission field to...

Matt Engen and Stan Price

Matt Engen   Matthew Engen, known as Matt or Matteo, died unexpectedly Dec. 15, 2010.   The husband of Glynnis Engen, and son of Rolf and Carol Engen of Emerald Bay, Matt Engen grew up in Laguna Beach and attended Laguna Beach High School and UC Berkeley.   Engen...

Columns

Musings on the Coast

Free-Divers Risk Peril by Pushing the Limit My yoga instructor, Kyuri Lin, an exceptionally fit 28-year old, is thin, muscular and can hold extreme yoga positions for extreme amounts of time.   She hangs with a group of other 20 and 30-somethings who are equally fit yoga...
Posted On 10 Sep 2015

Shore Scene

Over the Moon Jellies As the temperature of our ocean waters keep warming up, the moon jellies will start appearing. Having existed over 600 million years, all jellies are considered living fossils. As cnidarians, they are primitive creatures without a brain or central nervous...

Wisdom Workout

One Step at a Time   I remember when I was first introduced to the world of motivational success techniques. We were directed to come up with our five top wants that needed to be specific, realistic and attainable. A time-line had to be set for when we would achieve these...

Village Matters

Reunion Proves a Strange Trip The projection screen was down. There was equipment and fussing around with it as author Nick Schou prepared to talk about his 2010 book, “Orange Sunshine, the Brotherhood of Eternal Love and Its Quest to Spread Peace, Love, and Acid to the World.”...

Guest Column

ACLU Suit is Misguided By John Pietig   After substantial investment in services for homeless individuals, the City of Laguna Beach must again defend itself from a lawsuit by the ACLU. The ACLU’s circuitous logic for suing the city twice in six years is irrational and begs...

Taking Stock

What To Do Now? Stock market “corrections” remind me of coming down with the flu. I feel awful, nothing will help and it seems it will never end until one day when I realize it’s over and I feel fine. It wouldn’t feel any better if my doctor had described the flu ...