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  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the Nov. 13 City Council meeting. All councilmembers were present. * EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS Mayor Jane Egly and Councilwoman Elizabeth Pearson presented a proclamation to Councilman Kelly Boyd recognizing the Marine Room Tavern as...
  • Director 'struck' with inspiration from high school life

    Director 'struck' with inspiration from high school life
    Once, like the lead character in his new movie, Brian Dannelly was a wide-eyed, ambitious high school senior itching to find adventure in the big world. Unlike his character, Dannelly was lucky. Dannelly's new film, "Struck By Lightning," which will...
  • Our Laguna: Playhouse fundraiser a California dream

    More than $100,000 was raised at the Laguna Playhouse California Dreamin' fundraiser held Nov. 16 at Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa in Dana Point. Founded in 1920, the Playhouse may be one of the oldest continuously operating theaters on the West...
  • Trend Watch: Home-style cooking gets new spot in H.B.

    We got a tip from a reader that Kathy May's Restaurant has moved and opened up as Kathy May's Lakeview Café at 6622 Lakeview Drive in Huntington Beach. The home-style restaurant, previously on Goldenwest Street, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner at...
  • Our Laguna: Woman's Club hosts Tarnished Treasures Luncheon

    Tarnished Treasures Luncheon is the Laguna Beach Woman's Club's gift to last-minute holiday shoppers and decorators. Besides the lure of bargains, this year the luncheon also included a performance by the "Plaid Tidings" cast and musical director...
  • Library becomes magical at Winter Family Night

    Library becomes magical at Winter Family Night
    Most people would find the idea of turning a red and silver Coke can into Fanta Orange daunting, if not impossible. Not, John Abrams. He had magic on his side. "What if we use a little holiday magic to change the molecular structure of that Coke?"...
  • In the Arts: Exhibit will commemorate pageant

    Wells Fargo is hosting a poster exhibit showcasing the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters to commemorate the festival's 80th anniversary. On display until Jan. 31, this presentation includes several images that offer a glimpse into 25 years of...
  • Man allegedly exposes himself to shops' employees

    A man reportedly exposed himself to employees in businesses on Sunday. Police received a call at 1:53 p.m. in the 900 block of South Coast Highway that a man had gone into a dressing room and came out either naked or partially without clothes. He...
  • Arts Year In Review: Cultural highlights

    Arts Year In Review: Cultural highlights
    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...
  • The silliness of Common Sense

    The silliness of Common Sense
    Young at heart. Irreverent. A riot. These are some descriptions that pop up when Common Sense comes to mind. What's even better is their own tag: "Six-year-olds in big person's bodies." As the band members primped for a photo shoot outside Jean...
  • Chef and artists to unite

    Chef and artists to unite
    Chef Ryan Adams might have to put together the world's most eclectic fruit salad to make his three-course meal stand out this weekend. After all, he's sharing the table with a wide palette of hues. For the Sawdust Art Festival's Sustain Local Art...
  • Music strings courses approved

    The Laguna Beach Unified School District board of education on Tuesday unanimously approved expanding music strings courses next school year at all four public schools. Strings classes will be added for fourth- and fifth-grade students at Top of the...