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  • Our Laguna: Taking a look at the last half of the year

    Same song, second verse. Here are some highlights of 2012, culled from the pages of Coastline Pilot in the second half of the year. Refresh your memories. July. 6: Principal Planner Carolyn Martin was named project manager for the proposed overhaul of...
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    Friday ARTS Anonymous The group ARTS Anonymous will meet every Friday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at The Living Room, 303 Broadway, Suite 107. It is a 12-step program that will help people formulate their artistic goals and starting producing creative work....
  • Weiwei kicks off Friday flicks

    Weiwei kicks off Friday flicks
    Alison Klayman was waiting in Ai Weiwei's Beijing office looking at his architectural proofs, posters and sculptures, when the man in question entered. "Immediately all the attention was focused on Weiwei," Klayman, 28, said of her Dec. 2008 encounter....
  • Planning Commission tweaks plan for Glenneyre

    A proposal to convert a portion of Glenneyre Street into a complete street — one considered to be safe, accessible and comfortable for walkers, the disabled, cyclists and motorists — wasn't complete enough to win Planning Commission approval....
  • Election 2012: Dicterow hosts 9/11 tribute

    Election 2012: Dicterow hosts 9/11 tribute
    A crowd of more than 100 responded Tuesday to Steve Dicterow's invitation to a 9/11 tribute at Mozambique Steak House, which his daughter, Taryn, said was also a celebration of her father's reelection campaign. "I am overwhelmed by the number of people...
  • Laguna teen tackles AIDS, need for U.N. youth delegate

    Laguna teen tackles AIDS, need for U.N. youth delegate
    Every time Taylor Capretz unpacks from her summer trip, it's bittersweet. Not because she'll miss her friends at camp, tubing at the lake or a couple weeks in Cabo San Lucas. Taylor, 17, wishes she could stay longer in the places she visits —...
  • President influences artist's latest sculpture

    President influences artist's latest sculpture
    Laguna artist Nick Hernandez, who has sculpted several replicas of noteworthy figures such as Chelsea Clinton, is tapping politics for his latest inspiration — a sculpture of President Barack Obama. "[Artists] have a rather prominent voice in...
  • Election 2012: Candidates discuss arts issues at forum

    Laguna Beach is all about art — unless it's about money — according to the five City Council candidates at the Arts Alliance forum, which was held at the air-conditioned Playhouse on a sweltering Saturday. The candidates all pledged their...
  • School board race sees new and familiar faces

    Laguna Beach residents will make the choice Nov. 6 whether to keep familiar faces on the five-member Laguna Beach Unified school board or vote in favor of two newcomers. * The incumbents William Landsiedel and Jan Vickers are both hoping to keep...
  • Mailbag: Local Democratic Club disappoints

    I am stunned to find out that the Laguna Beach Democratic Club is only endorsing Verna Rollinger for City Council. What happened to being inclusive? When did a purity litmus test rule our party? And sadly, how does one group rule the Democratic Club in...
  • Mailbag: What to do with $200,000 windfall?

    The city has a $200,000 windfall and some say the best use of funds is to help buy land in South Laguna for the Community Garden. Personally, I would love to see more community gardens throughout town. But, is this the best use of funds? Citizen...
  • Election 2012: Deadline to apply for mail-in ballots is Oct. 30

    More and more folks are voting via mail-in ballots, touted as a convenience for busy citizens. Oct. 30 is the deadline to apply for mail-in ballots. Applications for the mail-in ballots are available in the city clerk's office in City Hall or the...