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A new gallery has popped up at 480 Ocean Ave., and it's serving up art for different tastes in town. CES Contemporary offers contemporary art that's a far cry from the seaside landscapes and marine life paintings seen in Coast Highway showrooms....
Last month, Coffee Break welcomed Cindy Muchnick, educational consultant, author and former college admissions counselor, to discuss how parents can support their kids through the high school years. Muchnick, a mother of four, brought a wonderful sense of...
The Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. sent out a citywide letter last week about ballot Measure CC, the Open Space Initiative, which is on the November ballot. The association apparently thinks that a $10 a month parcel tax, which would raise $21 million over...
In spite of Imran Vittachi's international credentials, his critique of our Festival of the Arts reflects a misunderstanding of both local context and mission. First of all, Laguna Beach is still its own quirky, little town. During the summer, our...
I'd like to take a moment to thank the Festival of Arts Foundation for its generous grant of $2,500 to LagunaTunes. We are so fortunate to live in a town where there is such strong support for the arts. We in LagunaTunes feel a special bond to the town...
Kelsey Forde and Marc Wilson wed at Newport Coast A perfect California day blessed the April 28, 2012 wedding of Kelsey Rhoads Forde and Marc Devant Wilson as they exchanged vows under a majestic Georgette-draped Italian rotunda overlooking the Pacific...
"I think that artists live and work with symbols and that may be why we need to have symbolic dates and objects for the events of our lives. It is how we look at the world." —Marsh Scott, artist * Is this a good time? Good as any, I suppose....
You may not notice it right away. As you visit Dallas or Idaho or Corona, something slowly tightens in your stomach, or your throat thickens like a small spring allergy. Some describe it as claustrophobia; others say it's like a mild panic attack. You...
The RVs line up like big aluminum cigars, filling the breeze with the smell of baby back ribs, jumbo shrimp and baked beans. Kids ride scooters while dads pitch tents and moms straighten plastic sheets over picnic tables. Behind it all, instead of a...
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The year 2010 started out in a tough economy for everyone, but especially artists, and ended with a devastating flood that destroyed many artists' work and businesses. But it also saw a spirit of optimism and innovation as galleries that were swept out in...
The small seashell caught my eye on an otherwise flat shoreline. It's coral-colored ridges and dark grey-green back stood in stark contrast to the light-colored sand. In the predawn light, the beach was empty, and I consciously created a walking...
No Square plans theater workshop Children are invited to perform in the original production of "The Nutty Nutcracker" at No Square Theatre's Legion Hall. Miss Linda Haylett will teach a six-week workshop beginning Nov. 3 and prepare kids as young as 2 to...
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