Olympic windsurfer Dorian van Rijsselberghe lives in Laguna Beach, but trains around the world in hopes of competing in his third Summer Games in 2020.
A trip along Laguna’s shoreline is extra special by kayak, where even the most timid explorers can admire the beauty of the ocean and the sea life frolicking within it.
Laguna designer Lisa Rodarte shares the inspiration behind her stunning textiles and home decor items, often made with colorful French dyes and silky fabrics.
Artists exhibiting at the local summer festivals reveal how struggles they’ve faced have helped shape both their lives and their work.
The Laguna College of Art & Design has long been an important part of the city’s cultural fabric, partnering with the local community to educate and elevate young artists.
Inspired by a passion for music, Laguna’s only record store still thrives more than 50 years after it opened, much like the ever-popular vintage vinyl carried by the shop.
Eat + Drink
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as biting into a big, juicy burger. Whether it’s a simple, cheeseburger that can be held in one hand or a towering temptation that’s piled high with toppings...
With so many creative chefs in town, some dishes are almost too pretty to eat.
Home & Design
You’ve seen the signs—drafty windows, doors that stick, loss of energy efficiency—it’s time to replace your windows and doors. Marvin® shows you how.
Brass and copper shine once again in the world of home design. By Victoria Kertz The latest metals that seem to grace everything from mirrors to...
Industrial design elements like wood beams and steel bring a touch of urban edge to modern homes. By Lisa Hallett Taylor Those exposed beams and concrete...
People & Places
As leaders at the Laguna Beach Community & Susi Q Senior Center reminisce on the facility’s first decade in town, a new project is...
Clark Olson, owner of Mago Hot Sauce, turned a South American backpacking trip into a flavorful entrepreneurial venture.
Any motorcycle enthusiast will tell you—riding a motorcycle is a thrilling experience. Handling a bike involves physical skill, balance and calculation of speed, but riders also realize a sort of calm when they ride, the freedom of the open road ahead and power of the bike underneath them. Camaraderie and adventure are also part of the experience.
Concerts and festivals in the Coachella Valley have lured a new generation of desert explorers, creating a selection of design-driven hotels and restaurants.
In between sunny summers and icy winters, the Mammoth Lakes region is aglow with warm autumn colors, making it the perfect place to frolic...
More than simply a place to visit, the residential boom in Los Cabos is on. By Steve Zepezauer The evolution of Los Cabos from sleepy fishing...