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Saloon header_credit Sharon Stello

Stand-Up Service

A favorite local watering hole, The Saloon has become more than a bar, creating a tight-knit community over four decades. By Tanya A. Yacina   As the...
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2017: Cultural Cornerstone

Laguna Art Museum celebrates 100 years as a community hub and symbol of the area's past, present and future. By Elizabeth Nutt When you set foot...
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2016: Golden Years

Sawdust Art Festival and Laguna Art-A-Fair celebrate a half-century of artistic excellence. By Richard Chang It may be hard to believe, but Sawdust Art Festival and...
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A Novel Adventure

Take a look back at John Steinbeck’s sojourn in Laguna Beach. By Joe Yogerst   Between the world wars, Laguna Beach evolved into a small but thriving...

Coast Highway Dedication

Then & Now By Laguna Beach Magazine Staff As we cruise along Coast Highway from one beach town to the next, with tunes playing on the...

Norman House and Victoria Beach Tower

Then & Now By Laguna Beach Magazine Staff Like a castle turret emerging from the shore, the tower at Victoria Beach captivates visitors who ponder its...

Drugs and Debauchery

The lines between fact and fiction may have blurred in recent years, but Laguna’s illicit past draws real-life parallels to our present. By Rich Kane...

A Triple Threat: Artist Doug Miller

Artist Doug Miller has made his mark in Laguna as a talented painter, photographer and musician, not to mention a treasure trove of local...