Guess what's back? Measles. Really.
I know many hearts are broken over the loss of Laguna College of Art + Design student Nina Fitzpatrick, a pedestrian who died after being hit by a car in a crosswalk. But sympathy, while heartfelt, is little consolation for her friends and family.
Sometime ago I attended a City Council meeting to draw attention to a lighting issue.
The Laguna Canyon Conservancy dinner meeting March 3 hosted Mike Ellzey, the chief executive of the Great Park Corp.
I believe the people who support the proposed live-work project in Laguna Canyon are well-meaning, but they may not have completely thought it through.
Stunewslaguna.com is apparently a well-read Laguna Beach news source, but in a recent email, publisher Stu Saffer indicated he is not getting many letters to the editor and therefore has been printing only a few recently.
Columnist Billy Fried has gone a bit too far with his vision for Laguna Beach transportation (" Feb. 21).
I'm an artist. I have had a studio in my home on Sun Valley Drive since 1974.
I have lived in Laguna Beach for nearly 72 years, 64 of them on Sun Valley Drive. Flash floods in the Sun Valley Drive area are unpredictable. And when they come, everything on the ground is swept away.
Laguna Beach is a key city within the 74th Assembly District, and as a candidate to represent this area, I would like to introduce myself and talk about the issues that I feel are important.
Applicant Louis Longi and architect Horst Noppenberger for the proposed artist work-live project in Laguna Canyon recently wrote commentaries in local newspapers.
I am writing in full support of the artist live-work space proposed by Louis Longi.
My father was visiting me from Texas for the first time since I moved to California.
Re "Homeless Hide in Plain Sight," Hansen, Jan. 17.
I am writing to dispel the fears that a few of the neighbors have about the proposed artist live-work complex in Laguna Canyon.
I'd like to acknowledge and thank Laguna Beach First Thursdays Art Walk for its continued collaboration with the Laguna College of Art + Design in making the professional mentor/student program a huge success.
Re: " Coastline Pilot, Jan. 10.