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  • Campaign kickoff fills tavern

    Kelly Boyd supporters jammed the Marine Room on Monday to kick off the tavern owner's City Council reelection campaign. The crowd included representatives of business, the art community, nonprofit organizations and elected city officials, past and...
  • Boyd starts up his reelection campaign

    Councilman Kelly Boyd will begin his campaign for reelection from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Marine Room Tavern. Boyd is running for his third, but not consecutive, term on the council. He was first elected to the council in 1978 and waited 28 years...
  • Mayor: 'We want you here'

    Mayor Elizabeth Pearson did some bragging May 14 at the State of the City Luncheon about the city's accomplishments in the past couple of years, tempered by the economy and gave hints of better days to come. Pearson was the keynote speaker at the...
  • Hours curtailed at Mozambique

    The City Council on Tuesday approved measures to mitigate a local restaurant's proposed late-night hours of operation, but curtailed the hours for which the mitigation was intended. Mitigation measures worked out in meetings between operators of...
  • In The Arts: Vail elected the association president

    The Laguna Plein Air Painters Assn. has elected Greg Vail as president for 2010-11. Vail, who is the association's first non-artist leader and has served on the board of directors for the past year, succeeds founding member Saim Caglayan, who was...
  • Briefly In Business: Overton promoted to chef de cuisine

    Montage Laguna Beach has named Casey Overton as chef de cuisine for the Loft. "We're delighted to promote Casey to chef de cuisine of the Loft restaurant," Todd Orlich, general manager, said in a statement. "He has demonstrated superior skills and...
  • Our Laguna: Bates updates canyon conservancy

    Fifth District Supervisor Pat Bates was preaching to the choir when she updated the Laguna Canyon Conservancy on county environmental projects and programs. Bates, who is running unopposed for reelection for the first time in her 25-year political...
  • Briefly In the News: Heritage Month events planned

    Laguna Beach will celebrate Heritage Month with a number of events in May: Crystal Cove Historic District guided walk, 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. Meet at Los Trancos parking lot, located on the inland side of Coast Highway north of the city limits. No...
  • Briefly In Business

    'Arabia' garners top awards MacGillivray Freeman's newest 3D film for IMAX Theatres, "Arabia," was recently awarded Best Original Score and Best Sound Design by the members of the Giant Screen Cinema Assn. at the 2010 GSCA Film Achievement Awards in...
  • Professor: Less oil could affect life quality

    Environmental issues dominated the Oct. 5 City Council Agenda. Five of the 11 items heard in the regular order of business were directly related to improving or preserving the environment. Three others had peripheral effects. "I don't want any of you...
  • Propositions focus of town hall

    The pros and cons of initiatives on the November ballot will be hashed out at two meetings presented by the League of Women Voters. A presentation will be made 10 a.m. today at the Senior Center. A Town Hall Meeting will take place 9:30 a.m. Oct. 16 at...
  • Mailbag: Cultural significance important to historical designation

    City Councilmember Verna Rollinger's recent commentary regarding "preservation over restoration" of historic buildings and their ability to comply with Mills Act standards disregarded the fact that historic buildings can also be evaluated based on their...