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  • Mailbag: 'Bourbon Street by the Beach' is new

    David Hansen's opinion piece in the July 26, 2013 edition of the Coastline Pilot regarding the Cliff restaurant's application for outdoor music badly misrepresents the relationship between the restaurant and near-by residents who object to the noise. Mr....
  • Shhh...they're about to rock

    Shhh...they're about to rock
    For ticket holders, music festivals can be a treat. But for area residents, the only upshots can be bawdy fans, gridlocked traffic and noise de trop. Anticipating such criticism, Tyler Russell was determined to do things differently. So he conceived...
  • Community heroes recognized at Hero Fest

    Community heroes recognized at Hero Fest
    It didn't take long to realize that on Thursday night heroes were among those at Laguna's [seven-degrees]. A venerable Hall of Fame of local artists, musicians and filmmakers received recognition for their creative pursuits at the sixth annual Laguna...
  • 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...
  • Chasing Down the Muse: 'Shift happens,' and we must embrace it

    Nothing lives up to what you imagine. It changes, shifts, becomes something else. — Simon Kinberg Another gray morning sky? What an odd summer this one has been. This has gone on so long now that even those of us slow to notice must reckon there...
  • 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....
  • Laguna gains another festival — for one night

    Laguna gains another festival — for one night
    Anahi Skidmore plans to be in Masaka, Uganda at the end of June. As part of a 20-person team, she will spend 11 days going door to door, or "hut to hut," she said, preaching the Gospel. To benefit this expedition, the Mission Viejo resident, 19, and...
  • 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...
  • Thurston teacher is state all-star

    Thurston teacher is state all-star
    Roger Shew, a music teacher at Thurston Middle and Laguna Beach High schools, was one of two Orange County educators chosen for an award announced this week. StudentsFirst, an educational advocacy organization based in Sacramento and active in 18...
  • Laguna groups seek art with a beat

    Laguna groups seek art with a beat
    Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Dance Festival and Laguna Beach Live! are poised to concoct a creative cocktail — an original music and dance project pegged to artwork from the museum's collection. Malcolm Warner, the museum's executive director,...
  • Our Laguna: Murals add vibrancy to St. Anns Beach

    Our Laguna: Murals add vibrancy to St. Anns Beach
    St. Anns Beach is awash with color. Three murals have been painted on the beach-facing walls by three different artists. All are seascapes. The most recent and colorful, clear-coated to preserve it vibrancy, was painted by Roy Gonzalez. It cascades...
  • '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...