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  • 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...
  • Mailbag: Election a chance to vote for change

    I have not paid as much attention to local politics as I should have until recently when I became familiar with the proposed social host ordinance. Whatever your opinion on whether such an ordinance is right for our community, we should all be greatly...
  • Mailbag: Vote on facts and ignore dirty tactics

    Some people generally accept dirty tactics as part of the political process. Others even believe the most unscrupulous candidate wins. They engage in ugliness because they enjoy the game. Others use the process to lash out for personal reasons, and a...
  • Scenes from election night

    Scenes from election night
    It was a long night for Laguna Beach City Council candidates. Absentee ballots posted shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday put Planning Commissioner Robert Whalen in the lead followed by Steven Dicterow. But it was hours before all 26 precincts were counted,...
  • Election 2012: Democrats open headquarters

    The Laguna Beach Democratic Club will officially open its 2012 Election Headquarters at 7 p.m. Saturday at 1401 S. Coast Hwy. Club members will host the opening, which will include mingling with candidates, live entertainment and a special appearance...
  • Whalen, Dicterow claim council seats

    Whalen, Dicterow claim council seats
    With all precincts reporting late Tuesday night, Planning Commissioner Bob Whalen and former City Councilman Steve Dicterow were the top vote-getters for the two open seats on the Laguna Beach City Council. According to data from the Orange County...
  • 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...
  • Hansen: Election workers keep us free

    Not unlike librarians, election volunteers probably have an FBI file. They keep us in line, which means they make other people nervous. Amid the hubbub of the interminable election, legions of volunteers once again made everything seem so ordinary. No...
  • No shake-up on school board

    Local voters spoke Tuesday, reelecting incumbents Jan Vickers and William Landsiedel to the Laguna Beach Unified School District board. Vickers received the most votes, 35.8%, and Landsiedel received 25.8%, according to the Orange County Registrar of...
  • Mailbag: Season of trolleys winding down

    Summer trolleys end at 11:30 p.m. Sept. 2. Take a ride on the south route and explore your town. Stop at Wesley Drive and walk Treasure Island Park or plop down on one of its four gorgeous beaches. Check out the almost mermaid, "Voyager" by Linda...
  • Briefly In The News

    Free reusable bags to be given out Saturday The city of Laguna Beach will be providing a free, recycled, reusable grocery bag to each shopper entering a local supermarket Saturday, as part of the Laguna Beach City Council's proclaimed Day Without a Bag....
  • Laguna's oldest home to receive alterations

    Laguna's oldest home to receive alterations
    Alterations to Laguna's oldest home, 154 Pearl St., will go forward despite the objections of Mayor Toni Iseman, who appealed the approval of the Design Review Board, and other critics of the project. A council majority denied Iseman's appeal at the...