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  • Hansen: Politics without parties is more fun

    In my lifetime, I have voted Republican, Democratic, Independent, Libertarian, Green and Socialist. How many times did I vote for the winner? About two. But I was happy with the votes because I always tried to pick the candidate who I felt had it right,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Dogs could get more beach time

    Dog owners will likely have more playtime with their pets on city beaches. The City Council voted Tuesday on a first reading to prohibit leashed dogs on the beach after 9 a.m., starting June 15 and ending Sept. 10. This is an hour longer and almost three...
  • Pearson has sizable campaign fund lead

    Mayor Elizabeth Pearson continues to hold the lead in fundraising among the four candidates for a seat on the City Council. Pearson has raised a total of $53,043 — $6,389 of it donated between June 30, when the last campaign statements were filed...
  • Our Laguna: It was a great day for a parade

    Blue skies were shining on the Patriots Day Parade on Saturday, and the mood was sunny as well. "Welcome Home" was the theme of the 45th annual parade. It was perhaps most meaningful to the veterans returning home from the Middle East. "To all of them...
  • Laguna's NJB teams fare well

    Laguna's NJB teams fare well
    Laguna Beach National Junior Basketball boys' and girls' youth teams concluded their seasons last weekend by participating in the NJB Championship Tournament. The high level of competition was exciting and Laguna teams competed well after concluding...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Junior Tennis team wins division The Laguna Breakers 10-and-Under United States Tennis Assn. Junior Tennis team went 7-1 to win its fall division. The 10U team is: Max Blanchard, Mason Lebby, Petey Szakacs, William Michelson and Scott Yoder, Lola Fisher,...
  • In The Arts

    Mystery writers to visit library Mystery readers will be able to put a face to a name on March 17, with an appearance by writers Cara Black and Libby Fischer Hellmann at the Laguna Beach Library. The authors will do a Q&A and sign copies of their...
  • A late bloomer to the sculpting world

    A late bloomer to the sculpting world
    Laguna Beach artist Nicholas Hernandez didn't start sculpting until he was 46, but it didn't take long for him to get noticed. Almost 10 years later, in 2001 he was creating artwork for former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. The framed...
  • Art chosen for Heisler Park

    Three pieces of art by a team of local artists were selected Tuesday to satisfy the city's obligation to provide public art for the Heisler Park renovation project. The City Council unanimously approved the proposal by Scott and Naomi Schoenherr from the...
  • Our Laguna: Putting our city on the tourism map

    Once upon a time, Laguna hotels were filled in the winter with Canadians. But the snowbirds from the north began flocking to Las Vegas, leaving Laguna's hotels with more vacancies than visitors from the end of summer to the beginning of June. What to do?...