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  • In The Arts: Festival of Arts taking scholarship applications

    The Festival of Arts will accept scholarship applications from high school seniors who live in Laguna Beach or study at Laguna Beach High School until March 14. "Students with talents in multiple fields are encouraged to submit an application in more...
  • Around Town: Student artists honored

    Notables The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach presented four Laguna College of Art + Design scholarships and a Student of the Semester award at its regular Friday luncheon Dec. 6 at Hotel Laguna. The scholarship awards went to Sigmundur Porgeirsson:...
  • Out of the Blue: Drum circle needed to get its beat back

     Out of the Blue: Drum circle needed to get its beat back
    I try not to use this column to advance a personal agenda, but since this is about a large monthly gathering that involves pagan rituals on a beach, I'll make an exception. Against my better judgment. I've always feared that full disclosure would ruin...
  • The Cliff singing a happy tune

    The music can play on at The Cliff Restaurant. The Laguna Beach Planning Commission on Wednesday unanimously approved certain types of tunes at specific times and days. About 30 supporters of The Cliff raised their hands when Steve Kawaratani, a...
  • Music festival is about entertainment and education

    To anyone who's ever listened to Bob Dylan, Fiona Apple or another brilliant wordsmith in action, the question "How do they do that?" may come to mind. Coming up at Sage Hill School next month may be an answer of sorts. As part of the Laguna Beach...
  • Will people be crooning 'Laguna'?

    Will people be crooning 'Laguna'?
    It's a song Mike McCaffrey hopes will help to brand Laguna Beach in popular music, and Friday morning at the edge of a parking lot on Ocean Avenue, it had its first-ever public performance. With the driver's-side door of McCaffrey's black Ford...
  • Director Greg MacGillivray thinks big

    Director Greg MacGillivray thinks big
    Greg MacGillivray doesn't mince words when it comes to the Newport Beach Film Festival. "It's A+," he said. The producer-director co-founded MacGillivray Freeman Films with Jim Freeman in the mid-1960s. Although the duo started out producing surfing...
  • Blue Water catches reggae wave

    Blue Water catches reggae wave
    This weekend, Rick Conkey plans to showcase several causes that he holds dear — not the least of which is celebrating reggae music. The host of KX 93.5's "Music Matters" radio show is set to launch the American Reggae Hall of Fame by honoring...
  • Out of the Blue: A great year for radio

    A year ago, I stood in the KX93.5 broadcast booth with the honchos of the station, ruminating over the impact "the little station that could" had on the community. The three men came to Laguna to launch a nonprofit station with the dream of disrupting...
  • `Oh by the way, there's a rock concert next door'

    `Oh by the way, there's a rock concert next door'
    Not everyone was happy with the Blue Water Music Festival over the weekend. [Seven-degrees], which was right next door to the Sawdust event, had a wedding on Saturday and a fundraiser on Sunday. The music was simply too loud, said Executive Director...
  • Briefly In Education

    One Warm Coat Drive at Top of the World The Top of the World's Kindness Initiative, "Rachel's Challenge" is at work again, according to a news release. This month's TOW community service project is to benefit the Friendship Shelter and the Boys &...
  • School Board Wrap-up

    The following is from Tuesday's Laguna Beach Unified School District Board of Education meeting. * Artists acknowledged El Morro Elementary School Principal Chris Duddy and Top of the World Elementary School Principal Ron LaMotte recognized their...