Life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quickly you hardly catch it going. — Tennessee Williams
In the run up to the Laguna Beach City Council race in November, I thought it would be interesting to randomly survey people around town and ask them, "What are the top issues that the new council should solve?"
Come out, Laguna Beach, come out. It's safe now. The tourists are gone.
The Laguna Beach City Council meeting Aug. 19 saw two momentous agenda items for multimodal mobility improvements. The city was eager to move them forward, with the theme of the night being, "Let's get 'er done."
A few years ago, I read about laugh therapy. People met and laughed, not at anything in particular — just laughed. "Ridiculous," I thought.
Some people may think surfing is a solitary sport — one person conquering nature — but the reality is that riding the waves is not just about water. It's also about the push, energy and support of family, teachers and the community.
Much has been said about misused quotation marks. Photos of signs boasting about "fresh" seafood and "free" refills abound on the Internet, offering a good laugh at the expense of business owners who don't realize that quotation marks around "fresh" and "free" could suggest quite the opposite.
With the opportunity for a new majority on the Laguna Beach City Council, it's time to rethink the issues. No more business as usual, no more ignored studies, no more pivoting in circles.
“Once” is a Broadway musical that dares to be different. Not only dares but demands. Stridently. At the top of its voice.
Parkinson's disease slows a person down.
It is revealing that the Orange County office of the California Coastal Commission is not in Orange County. It's in Long Beach, Los Angeles County.
All of the beauty, serenity and charm of Laguna are for the birds!
A few weeks ago, I mentioned here a CNN article "about the president making an unannounced stop."
Do the beach cities really need another pizza place? Well, if it happens to be Settebello, the answer is a great big "yes."
"No pain, no gain" was my basic-training drill sergeant's favorite expression during arduous Army workouts.
As we move through the long days in the heart of summer, we're also in prime running season.
Most Laguna Beach residents have a lukewarm, like-hate relationship with Main Beach.
I met with the Laguna Beach Police Department this week to discuss Sunday's Full Moon Drum Circle. Yep, it's already here, the last big beast of summer drumming, and it falls on a weekend.
Our family has had our home in Laguna Beach since 1956 and been in the canyon area for the past 44 years. On June 5, we were awakened at 3:30 in the morning by thunderous pounding and knocking. We first thought it was an earthquake until we heard vulgar language and screaming.