Trees are becoming the only area that Laguna Beach is addressing for fire prevention, and that is missing the big picture.
I am sure hundreds of people from the LGBT community will be at South Laguna's gay-friendly beach over Labor Day weekend. Laguna Beach's largest expanse of sand is an internationally recognized beach with volleyball, portable restrooms and plenty of room for Frisbee, football and the traditional...
As I read John Pietig's well-written description of all that has been accomplished for the homeless in Laguna Beach, the first thought that came to mind was no good deed goes unpunished ("ACLU lawsuit against Laguna Beach is misguided," Sept. 4).
After substantial investment in services for homeless individuals, the city of Laguna Beach must again defend itself from a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union.
The news about former President Jimmy Carter's liver cancer struck a nerve with me. My dad, a liberal Democrat until his final day, passed away from the same cancer when Carter was in the White House.
Hey, I admit it. I'm as bad as anyone.
Like you, I've heard and read about Planned Parenthood's supposed glee at selling "baby parts" on a shadowy, dark market. I was shocked, disheartened, bewildered. It all sounds so gruesome and heartless.
The story of John Davis' life in surfing has a nice beginning and a happy ending.
The marketing name for it is the "sharing economy," but a popular country song from a few years back (about a cowboy's divorce) better describes just how the sharing economy works when it comes to controversial short-term transient rentals like Airbnb, VRBO and others.
Editor's Note: This letter was also sent to the City Council and Laguna Beach County Water District board.
Our past City Councils encouraged us to shop in Laguna Beach, so why are they trying to make it impossible to shop here.
In a landmark civil-rights decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marriage that can't be denied by state laws. The following is a reaction from the Rev. Sarah Halverson, pastor of Fairview Community Church in Costa Mesa.
As a former development director at the Laguna Art Museum, I appreciate what Malcolm Warner, its director, recently said about artist G. Ray Kerciu's Confederate flag paintings.
I will never be a graduation speaker, but if by some miracle I was asked, this would be what I would say.