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  • City Council wrap up

    The following is from the March 1 meeting of the Laguna Beach City Council. Arts Commissioner Patricia Kollenda announced Alliance for Arts activities, which can be reviewed at http://www.lagunabeacharts.org. She also announced that No Square Theatre's...
  • Woman known for spirit, sense of humor

     Woman known for spirit, sense of humor
    Longtime Laguna Beach businesswoman and resident Leah Leary died March 2 from complications following back surgery. She was 72. Leary opened the Laguna Gander store on the corner of Glenneyre Street and Forest Avenue in 1974. It was a fixture on the...
  • Mailbag: It's unfair to pick on the skateboarders

    A kid broke his leg. He was writhing in pain. A host of other kids are suffering injuries they will carry with them for a lifetime. Yet, the public actually pays good money to watch these kids do this to each other. Coaches teach and beg the kids to...
  • School Board Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the March 8 meeting of the Laguna Beach Board of Education. * PTA Founders recognized The board recognized the efforts of the Laguna Beach PTA during Tuesday's school board meeting by honoring PTA Founders Recognition Day. The day...
  • Natural View: What are bees doing at the pool?

    I've joined a recreation facility with a big, warm, outdoor swimming pool. Despite the lack of flowering plants, there are always honeybees around the pool edges. In particular, they can be found crawling over soggy dead leaves next to the pool. They're...
  • Editorial: More help on the way?

    After weeks of digging out of the mud that cascaded through town and inundated Laguna Canyon, and much volunteer effort on behalf of victims, there is a sign that Laguna Beach will have extra help on the way. President Obama's declaration of a...
  • 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...