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When Ruth Mayer first heard from the Vatican, she brushed it off as a hoax. "'I'll be in my gallery in two weeks,'" she recalled saying into her kitchen phone. "I heard a chuckle and thought, 'Oh, definitely a joke!' I didn't think any more about it."...
With Orange County locals in the Olympics, contentious City Council elections and those Mitt and Barack guys who kept grabbing headlines, it was a busy year for news — and the arts proved to be no exception. We could try to order this into a...
Music has always been a part of Laguna's art culture, but it has a hit-or-miss history. Lyric Opera Co. was founded here, leading to the formation of Opera Pacific, which moved out of town. The Laguna Chamber Music Society presented concerts at the...
All artists remember their first time. It's a clutching, euphoric, gut-rattling feeling. They sold something. For the painter, maybe it was to their doting aunt; but it still counted. For the photographer, perhaps it was to a little-known magazine...
Tags: Netherlands, Arts, Photography, Arts and Culture, Artists
A red British telephone booth in downtown Laguna Beach is past its heyday. It's time for a makeover. Tuesday evening, the City Council voted unanimously in favor of just that, in the form of an Arts Commission-led temporary sculpture exhibition...
Tags: Sculpture, Arts, Arts and Culture, Artists
Christmas might be still a few weeks away, but Laguna Beach artist Randy Morgan got his present last week. After three years of not knowing if he would ever be able to complete his work, Morgan unveiled his latest piece that tells the story of Laguna'...
Tags: Labor Day, Arts, Arts and Culture, Artists
Another opening, another show, another success. Festival of Arts officials announced at the annual membership meeting in the Festival Forum Theatre that the 2012 season was both a financial and artistic triumph. Moreover, the festival's permanent...
Deeply humbled by the impact of his craft on people of all ages, Star Shields has contributed to the Sawdust Art Festival for 29 years. The Laguna Beach-based face and body artist counts Led Zeppelin, Paul and Linda McCartney, Deep Purple and Bob Dylan...
I am a current resident of Laguna Beach and have been a pediatrician in the community for more than 50 years. As a doctor, I have been witness to countless instances where alcohol and drugs have destroyed young lives. This is even true for "good" kids...
Several weeks ago we had a fire adjacent to where I live. Thanks to the quick and professional work of the Laguna Beach Fire Department, no houses burned and no one was hurt. To all the firemen who worked long hours until the fire was extinguished, thank...
There's nothing like getting a deal on exclusive labels. With that in mind, Affluent Goods boutique has opened at Newport Coast Shopping Center. Cleveland native Abbey Said, 28, dreamed up the concept. Consignment shop Affluent Goods sells new and...
Tags: Crate & Barrel, Music, Arts and Culture, Fendi, Artists
Ferdinand Deppe's painting of the San Gabriel Mission underwent a long journey before landing in the Laguna Art Museum's permanent collection. But it didn't always travel first-class. In fact, when collector Nancy Moure first encountered the painting two...
Tags: Museums, Arts, Travel, Arts and Culture, Mountains
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