People & Places
Co-founder of Laguna Beach Beer Co. offers insight into the brewing world and some of his favorite places in town.
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.
This “Shark Tank” investor shares some business advice and his favorite spots in town after recently buying a vacation home at Montage Laguna Beach.
This past November bore witness to a history-making moment when Democratic candidate Harley Rouda beat longtime Republican incumbent Dana Rohrabacher in the 48th District’s Congressional election.
Bridging the worlds of art and science to help preserve the ocean was the inspiration behind starting the Wyland Foundation in 1993. Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, the nonprofit established by Laguna Beach-based marine life artist Wyland has made great strides in protecting waterways and promoting water conservation through the years.
The discovery of a simple teapot spurred Jane Janz on an incredible journey that took her back to city’s beginnings.
Acclaimed local chef Craig Strong debuts his much-anticipated restaurant, Ocean at Main, with dishes and decor paying homage to the sea. By Sharon Stello Step into...
Laguna Beach junior surfing phenom Kayla Coscino is carving a path to success—in the water and out of it. By Jennifer Pappas Yennie Kayla Coscino deserves...
Annette Oltmans has made it her mission to help victims of “double abuse.” By Ashley Burnett For victims of abuse, revealing their abuse can be as...
This local shop supports artisans in Laguna and around the world, one gift at a time.
Caroline Rustigian Bruderer uses her weekly radio show to shine a spotlight on nonprofits and social change-makers.