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Category: People & Places

Laguna’s Little Free Libraries

  When Janelle Naess, owner of Laguna Beach Walks, takes a brisk stroll up Park Avenue, she often stops outside the home at 590 Park...

Heading up the Halo: Q&A with Billy Eppler

In the early 2000s, Billy Eppler lived in Laguna Beach while he scouted for the Colorado Rockies—his first job in baseball after playing...

Then & Now: Heisler Park

Heisler Park is a favorite of locals and tourists alike, with its breathtaking ocean views, picnic areas, public art and cliff-top walkways...

Dog Walker Watch Takes a Bite Out of Crime

Early one morning in May 2014, a woman was out walking her dog when she heard glass shatter. Curious, she walked around the corner to...

A Tail of Love: Adopting a Dog in Laguna Beach

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and romance is in Laguna’s sea-scented air. With miles of beach for strolling, numerous...

Local Nonprofit Growers First Sows Hope

Outside a bright blue building in a remote mountain region of Oaxaca, Mexico, a crowd gathers as volunteers from nonprofit Growers First...

Lasting Landmarks: Remembering Mark Singer

As well-dressed groups chat and mingle in Watermarc restaurant’s private dining room upstairs, evening light filters through the frosted...

A Look Back at Laguna South Coast Cinemas

On Aug. 30, 2015, Laguna Beach residents said goodbye to a piece of history when the city’s only movie theater, Laguna South Coast...

Then & Now: Downtown Car Dealerships

Like in many small towns in America, auto dealerships once dotted the main drag in Laguna Beach’s downtown, bringing to mind a simpler...

Doing Good: Local Philanthropists With Global Reach

There is a dirt road in Musanze, Rwanda, that is often overrun with children—some meandering barefoot, others wearing shoes with holes in...