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  • Our Laguna: Playhouse's 'Marvelous Wonderettes' full of pizazz on opening night

    Rah! Rah! Rah! Sis Boom Bah! The Laguna Playhouse is putting some pizazz into the opening nights, starting with the debut of "The Marvelous Wonderettes: Caps & Gowns." Playhouse staff dressed up the affair. Executive Director Karen Wood wore a black,...
  • Our Laguna: Recalling the last half of 2011

    As promised: The last half of 2011, culled from the pages of the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot. July 8: The Laguna Beach County Water District announced that some fees would be raised due to the development of local water supplies, capital improvements...
  • Part tattoo parlor, part fine art gallery

    Part tattoo parlor, part fine art gallery
    Zoey Stevens, a fine artist whose work is internationally known, is now trying his hand at a new artistic medium: tattooing. Not only that, but he is attempting to combine his new interest with his adoration of art at the Living Art Gallery in San...
  • Breakers impress against top-notch competition

    Breakers impress against top-notch competition
    Rolling to another impressive performance, the Laguna Beach girls' water polo team picked up its ninth victory of the season Wednesday by taking down visiting Los Osos, 20-3, in nonleague action. The Breakers (9-1) started strong and didn't let up....
  • Our Laguna: Artistic violin auction prelude to festival

    Our Laguna: Artistic violin auction prelude to festival
    Local artists don't fiddle around when handed an unvarnished violin by the Laguna Beach Music Festival. They create "Artful Violins," meant to be displayed rather than played. The violins are auctioned annually to raise funds to support the festival's...
  • Our Laguna: What's cooking at the festivals

    Our Laguna: What's cooking at the festivals
    Fine art and fine food is a recipe for fun. Gourmets and art lovers can rejoice that the Festival of Arts once again is hosting its "Art of Cooking" series, a weekly demonstration by Laguna Beach master chefs from 1 to 2 p.m Sundays. The demonstrations...
  • The Gromble's new album takes a darker tone

    The Gromble's new album takes a darker tone
    It's Wednesday night in a Costa Mesa warehouse. For The Gromble, that means rehearsing until 1 a.m. The Laguna Niguel-based rock band is preparing for its potential recognition at the Orange County Music Awards. The Gromble's Detroit Bar showcase on Jan....
  • Briefly In the News

    Cards offer up food drink, savings Laguna Beach bars and restaurants just got even better — and cheaper. With the new Laguna Beach Bar and Restaurant Cards, diners can save money at many of their favorite local hangouts. For the one-time price...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Where the literary light shines

    Fine art of the two-or three dimensional kind isn't the only creative pursuit in Laguna Beach. Every month, a group of writers gathers at a local art gallery to tell stories — very short stories. Stories that can be read in three minutes. That's...
  • On Theater: 'Traveler' is history lesson in folk music

    Folk music, that most uniquely American art form, takes center stage at the Laguna Playhouse with the world premiere of "Lonesome Traveler," covering four decades of the evolving genre. Starting with the mid-1920s and ending in 1965 — when Bob...
  • Our Laguna: 'Lonesome' gala is anything but

    "Lonesome Traveler" had plenty of company Saturday at the Laguna Playhouse gala opening. The Rubicon Theatre Co.'s ode to American folk music had the sold-out audience spontaneously singing along and the enthusiasm didn't end when the curtain came down....
  • From Fisher-Price to YouTube, a life of music

    From Fisher-Price to YouTube, a life of music
    When one hears Gavyn Bailey's voice, it's hard to believe that the 13-year-old from Laguna Niguel doesn't have a recording contract. On YouTube he sings Ingrid Michaelson's "The Way I am" as if the song were written for him. While some kids might...