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  • Get bronze to give gold

    Get bronze to give gold
    The public is invited on Sunday to an event at Unique Tan called Bronze for a Cause, a fundraiser for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Man of the Year nominee Ben Medina. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) hosts annual nominations and awards for Man...
  • Our Laguna: Seniors get decked out in their finest for annual ball

    Our Laguna: Seniors get decked out in their finest for annual ball
    Retired City Manager Ken Frank was honored March 25 by Laguna Beach Seniors Inc., but he had to be coerced into accepting the fifth annual Legacy Award. "The award is presented to people who have left a lasting legacy to our town," said Seniors...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Taylor Pitz reigns again Laguna Beach High's Taylor Pitz won the High School Women's division title Saturday and Sunday to repeat as champion at the 2011 National Scholastic Surfing Assn. Interscholastic State Championships at the Huntington Beach Pier....
  • AAUW marks centennial of women's suffrage

    The program for the American Assn. of University Women Literary Luncheon on Saturday at the Surf & Sand Resort will include information on women's suffrage. Money raised at the luncheon will help fund AAUW programs that help advance equality for women...
  • In The Arts

    Editor's note: This adds the day the LOCA event is happening. Lee Rocker to be honored at Art Star Awards The Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts will be honoring homegrown rockabilly musician Lee Rocker with the "Visionary Arts" award during the Fifth...
  • Mission Hospital reveals long-term plan

    Mission Hospital officials presented a strategic plan this week they said will meet state requirements for seismic standards up to 2030 and include services tailored to the needs of the community. The plan includes retrofitting, the introduction of new...
  • Our Laguna: Playhouse gives former director accolades

    Doug Rowe pronounces his name to rhyme with "wow," and for years that's what he did on the Laguna Playhouse stage and in the wings. He acted and directed plays for 27 years when the playhouse was not yet a "professional" theater, meaning the actors...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: The Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts will honor local artists, including Lee Rocker (pictured), at 6 p.m. at [seven-degrees], 891 Laguna Canyon Road. For more information or to buy tickets, e-mail information@ lagunabeacharts.com....
  • From Canyon To Cove: Take your pick of gay-friendly cities

    The Boom Boom Room may be history, along with the Little Shrimp and Woody's, but Laguna Beach is not giving up on attracting and serving gay and lesbian visitors. The Gay and Lesbian Travel Industry Directory 2011 has a two-page spread devoted to the...
  • Council approves Rockledge home's construction

    At Tuesday's City Council meeting, the board voted 4 to 0, denying Rockledge neighbors' appeal on the development at 2425 S. Coast Hwy., a 7,692-square-foot home. The neighbors appealed the project due to the size, historical significance of the...
  • Our Laguna: Food, money donated to flood victims

    Village Laguna's potluck dinner on Monday raised $605 to add to the $1,000 the group had already donated to help the victims of the Dec. 22 flood. VL members were asked to bring donations of food, but there were more checks than canned goods, which was...
  • Board gives public extra hour on track

    During Tuesday's school board meeting, members of the public again brought up restrictions regarding the Laguna Beach High School track. The board made a motion to reconsider the limitations by adding an additional hour of use after residents Ceil...