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  • Arts Year in Review: Laguna gets serious

    Arts Year in Review: Laguna gets serious
    2013 will go down as a dark and dismal year in the history of Laguna Beach. It was the year Laguna couldn't make fun of itself. As always, Orange County's most arts-heavy community offered plenty of excitement in the past 12 months. But one ingredient...
  • Lagunatics out of the black and back on track

    Lagunatics out of the black and back on track
    There are plenty of words that rhyme with "mold." But when the creators of Lagunatics sought a parody song about the problem that held back their sketch comedy show for three months, they found inspiration in a color reference instead. Shortly after the...
  • Memories of Cash? Priceless

    Memories of Cash? Priceless
    Johnny Cash was more than a country music star. He was a social crusader, international ambassador, spiritual seeker and full-time entertainer. Ten years after his death, he remains a force so compelling that the Laguna Playhouse is presenting not one...
  • Around Town: Art of stage, music and canvas honored

    Around Town: Art of stage, music and canvas honored
    Notables Honorable performance The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach recently honored Makenna Pitz as Laguna Beach High School Student of the Month for March in the Performing Arts Department. Makenna performed in the high school's "Guys and Dolls"...
  • Sweeet! New shop gets nostalgic

    Sweeet! New shop gets nostalgic
    If Mark McLaughlin needs a reminder of his time in the television production industry, he only needs to look a few feet to the entertainment-themed signs that decorate the walls of his new Laguna Beach store. McLaughlin made the jump from film to...
  • Festival Review: Blue Water runs deep at Sawdust

    Festival Review: Blue Water runs deep at Sawdust
    The Blue Water Music Festival, hosted by Rick Conkey and his nonprofit Blue Water Green Earth, returned to Laguna Beach last weekend at the Sawdust Art Festival grounds under the shade of the tall eucalyptus grove. The two-day event featured a variety...
  • Mailbag: Future of music festival is bright

    We want to thank the Sawdust Festival Board of Directors and the city of Laguna Beach Planning Commission for agreeing to the Blue Water Music Festival last weekend held on the festival grounds. Rick Conkey and his team, including a large number of...
  • Hansen: Music festival to challenge stereotypes

    Hansen: Music festival to challenge stereotypes
    Most people segment their lives in broad categories: family, work, play. Each category comprises many activities. In the play bucket, for example, there might be art, music, cinema or duck hunting. But what if there were no categories? What if our...
  • An undead art walk

    An undead art walk
    Nighttime fell quietly in Laguna Beach on Saturday. The lilt of conversations at Las Brisas and Heisler Park mingled with the hum of crashing waves, gently piercing the dark. A salty breeze wound its way down Cliff Drive, while inside the Laguna Art...
  • Working for 'Peanuts'

    Working for 'Peanuts'
    Tom Everhart was teetering on the edge of despair in his East Village studio. It was the early 1980s, and his portfolio — courtesy of a fine-art education — contained various permutations of skeletons. Cartoons weren't his thing, but there...
  • A long hop, skip and jump

    A long hop, skip and jump
    In January, a ballerina will make her way across the Atlantic. She bears no resemblance to petite, long-legged dancers, though. Instead, she is about 22 feet tall, 18 feet wide and weighs 8,000 pounds. Constructed of solid metal, she is named...
  • Guest conductor leads Honor Band Concert

    The Huntington Beach Union High School District presented its 29th annual Honor Band Concert on Feb. 6 in the auditorium at Huntington Beach High School. Guest conductor Robert Feller, an associate professor of music at Biola University, trumpet...