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  • 'The 39 Steps' is full of mischief

     'The 39 Steps' is full of mischief
    "The 39 Steps" proves that ingenuity, a good foreign accent and exaggerated body language can enthrall an audience so much that they forget only four people are playing the tens of characters. The play runs through Oct. 21 at the Laguna Playhouse. Based...
  • On Theater: 'Ruthless' a murderous satiric delight in Laguna

    On Theater: 'Ruthless' a murderous satiric delight in Laguna
    It's not exactly true that "Ruthless," the current production at Laguna Beach's No Square Theatre, is the musical version of "The Bad Seed," but there are enough references to that play to cause eyebrow raising among the most casual theatergoers. For...
  • In The Arts: Festival fashion show returns Aug. 18

    In The Arts: Festival fashion show returns Aug. 18
    The Festival Runway Show returns from 1 to 4 p.m. Aug. 18 at the Festival of Arts grounds, 650 Laguna Canyon Road. The fourth annual show features fashions that come from 80% of recycled, reused or reclaimed materials. Three judges, including a...
  • Mailbag: Trees nothing but a danger to everyone

    In response to Ms. Blurock's letter dated Aug. 3, "The 'old spirit' of Laguna is still alive," it is incredible to me how one homeowner can hold the entire neighborhood hostage. Her "large grove of Eucalyptus trees" in North Laguna are a danger to nearby...
  • Two shows return to Laguna Playhouse

    Two shows return to Laguna Playhouse
    If you missed Rita Rudner's "Tickled Pink" or the folk music concert "Lonesome Traveler" at the Laguna Playhouse last season, you can catch a glimpse of them over the next two weeks. Rudner, the soft-spoken comic who co-wrote and took a small role in...
  • Our Laguna: KX 93.5 FM coming to airwaves

    Laguna Beach FM station KX 93.5 FM will be launched Oct. 1. The Planning Commission approved on Wednesday a permit for the low-powered community radio station and the rooftop antenna that will transmit without interfering with commercial stations....
  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the July 17 City Council meeting: * PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS The public is allowed to speak on any subject not on the agenda. Speakers generally are limited to three minutes, but the time can be adjusted by the council. •...
  • High school springs into dance

    High school springs into dance
    Dancers will perform en pointe, or on the tips of their toes, for the first time in four years during Laguna Beach High School's spring dance concert this weekend, said Melanie Lewis, dance team booster president. Dancers will honor the high school's...
  • Anything goes at Sawdust

    Anything goes at Sawdust
    Nikki Grant never imagined being able to make a living as an artist. That changed in 1966, though, when the jewelry designer joined a cluster of Laguna Beach artists who either didn't make it into the Festival of Arts or objected to its jury system....
  • Festival of Arts: A piano (almost) for Liberace

    Festival of Arts: A piano (almost) for Liberace
    Of all the celebrities Jon Wyer Seeman has met, Liberace is his favorite. The Aliso Viejo resident was showing sculptural wood furniture at the Festival of Arts in 1985 when the pianist and "his tall, blonde boyfriend" arrived at his booth. Seeman...
  • Trend Watch: Private show for Jessica Barkley Atelier

    Jessica Barkley Atelier is hosting an invitation-only Summer 2013 and Bridal Fashion show on Wednesday. Barkley, who designs "exclusive one-of-a-kind, high-end, formal evening wear for a highly discerning clientele," is known for her daytime wear that...
  • 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...