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  • School Board Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the Laguna Beach School District Board of Education meeting on June 28. * Board supports Supt. Smith Board President Theresa O'Hare said the board recently reviewed Supt. Sherine Smith during her first year in the position. Smith...
  • Water district raises fees some

    South Coast Water District is charging more for water and sewer usage, but not as much as previously considered. The increase, which will show up on bills starting in August, is attributed to the rising cost of imported water, the development of local...
  • Cottages dismantled, but pieces will live on

    When passing Big Bend in Laguna Beach, locals may notice a change in scenery. The historic Third Street cottages that once graced the canyon's curve are being dismantled to make way for a new community trailhead and wildlife corridor, headed by the...
  • Community Commentary: Internet sales tax revenue will be boon for state

    Last week, in an effort to create a balanced budget and some fiscal stability in California, Gov. Jerry Brown and the Democrats in the Legislature finally passed a budget over continued Republican intransigence over the Democrats' desire to raise revenues...
  • Foundation lends Rodin works to LCAD

    Laguna Beach will be the first Orange County city to get a glimpse of a rare collection of works by Auguste Rodin. The exhibition opening Monday at the Laguna College of Art & Design celebrates the school's 50th year. Works are from the Iris and B....
  • Our Laguna: 'Make Believe' pageant thrills audience

    With fire-breathing dragons, fair maidens, heroic males and a sparkling script dramatized by a new voice, "Only Make Believe" enchanted the audience invited to the Wednesday night preview of the 2011 Pageant of the Masters. "We are telling stories...
  • The price of being part of Art Walk

    The First Thursdays Art Walk— where participating Laguna Beach galleries open their doors and offer live music, exhibits, appetizers or wine — has been a mainstay of this arts-centric community for 12 years. However, a small group of...
  • Mailbag: Left-leaning readers showcase their intolerance

    In response to the inflamed readers who were vexed by the article regarding Stephen K. Bannon's Sarah Palin documentary ("Film highlights Palin's successes," Aug. 12): Last time I checked, tolerance is a two-way street. But for the left it seems that...
  • Our Laguna: Rodin would be happy to be in Laguna Beach

    Auguste Rodin would have been right at home at the Laguna College of Art & Design. The school's emphasis on figurative art echoes Rodin's love affair with the human body, so where better to exhibit the sculptor's work for the first time in Orange County?...
  • Mailbag: Lucky to have fun watersport options

    Among the many viewing pleasures of the fabulous holiday weekend was the extraordinary array of watersports gracing our pristine waters. Kayaking, swimming, diving, boating, and that most pandemic of water sports — stand-up paddleboarding. There...
  • From Canyon To Cove: The woman behind the Golden Wiener

    It was mid-June, and we were awash in the seasonal gloom when a box arrived at the editorial offices of the Coastline Pilot. Inside the box, nestled in brown and gold packing material, was an 18-karat gold wiener. It also happened to be the week that...
  • Public input sought on lighting ordinance

    On a 3-2 vote, the City Council gave the green light Tuesday to a proposed ordinance that, with a couple of caveats, would control outdoor lighting. Final approval requires a second reading of the Good Neighbor Lighting Ordinance, which will include a...