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  • More than 175k raised at auction

    Art aficionados helped raise in excess of $176,000 to benefit the Laguna College of Art & Design (LCAD) at its 24th annual Collector's Choice Fine Art Event and Auction on June 8. More than 420 guests flocked to the main campus in Laguna Canyon, where...
  • Shelter looks to Laguna for aid

    Shelter looks to Laguna for aid
    Animal Crackers Pet Rescue's new shelter isn't much to look at now — just a spacious room in a Laguna Woods strip mall with packing materials lying around and grooves in the concrete floor showing where walls will be. The staff, though, already...
  • Recipients tell of benefits of foundation scholarships

    Recipients tell of benefits of foundation scholarships
    The Laguna Beach Scholarship Foundation hosted ceremonies before the 2013 Honors Convocation on Friday for the donors of millions of dollars given over the years to graduating seniors. This year alone, $323,000 was awarded to 107 students. Donors and...
  • Elementary students pass on the kindness

    Elementary students pass on the kindness
    Kindness rained Tuesday morning at Top of the World Elementary School. Students, teachers and administrators filled the Laguna Beach school's multipurpose room for an end-of-the-year celebration for Rachel's Challenge, a nonprofit that honors people who...
  • Our Laguna: A night of 'Schlock and Awe'

     Our Laguna: A night of 'Schlock and Awe'
    The cast and crew of "Schlock and Awe" seemed to have as much fun as the audience at the gala performance Sunday of "Lagunatics," which celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. A beaming "Lagunatics" founder and director Bree Burgess Rosen had culled...
  • Yes, they think he can dance

    Yes, they think he can dance
    Desmond Richardson plans to trek nearly 3,000 miles next week to be in Laguna Beach. Again. The New York resident will board a flight to Orange County on Thursday — something he has done several times over the years. It has made him a familiar...
  • World music returns to Laguna Beach

    World music returns to Laguna Beach
    When Sydney Haik takes the stage to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Main Beach on Saturday, she may not look like a veteran performer. But, of course, appearances can deceive. Sydney, who will turn 8 in October, is the youngest performer at this...
  • Reggae community loses a legend

    Reggae community loses a legend
    Laguna Beach lost one of its reggae legends June 6. Eric "Redz" Morton, 60, a bassist who helped start The Rebel Rockers band, died from liver failure at his Laguna Beach home, Morton's younger brother Bruce said Monday. Eric Morton was instrumental...
  • 'The Pianist' is personal

    'The Pianist' is personal
    Mona Golabek's one-woman show, "The Pianist of Willesden Lane," has earned raves in some of America's largest cities. But for the star, the play's current run at the Laguna Playhouse has a special significance. That's because it's a return to the...
  • Out of the Blue: Radio is another unique facet of Laguna

    Out of the Blue: Radio is another unique facet of Laguna
    As I write this column the fog is rolling in deep and I'm listening to Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood crush a version of "Voodoo Child." There's a full gospel chorus behind Clapton's wailing guitar. It's "Blues On The Beach" Friday night at KX93.5 FM,...
  • High school competes in Solar Cup

    Laguna Beach High School placed 21st out of 39 Southern California schools in the 11th annual Solar Cup organized by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. This the second time Laguna Beach High has fielded a team in the event, held May...
  • Laguna students get musical theater accolades

    Laguna Beach High School participated in the 43rd annual MACY awards May 25 at Segerstrom Hall in the Center for the Arts. It was the first time the show went on without co-founder Lee Childress, who started the program with her husband in 1969....