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One-Stop Shop

A pop-up grocery and specialty store has opened on South Coast Highway, benefiting local Anneliese Schools and representing the “Slow Shopping Movement.” By Sharon Stello   At...
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2009: Q&A With Mark Christy: My Kind of Town

Lifelong Laguna Beach resident and entrepreneur Mark Christy shares his passion and his vision for the city with which he's enjoyed an enduring and...
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Helping the Helpers

Laguna couple Norman Rest and Debra Kottke started Lido Paddle Project to provide a healing experience for veterans and front-line workers. By Sharon Stello   Norman Rest...
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10 Minutes With … Heidi Miller

The owner of Tight Assets and World Newsstand reflects on the journey that brought her to Laguna and what she loves about life in...
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10 Minutes With … Teemu Selanne

The NHL Hall of Famer, six-time Olympian and co-owner of Selanne Steak Tavern shares what he enjoys about Laguna and some of his favorite...
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Fearless Fashionista

Laguna Beach resident Donna McNutt uses Instagram to share her cancer journey while also inspiring others to find an outlet for expression and healing. By...
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10 Minutes With … Robert Thompson

Laguna Beach’s new police chief shares his goals and what drew him to this community. By Sharon Stello   New Laguna Beach Police Chief Robert Thompson enters...
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Group Goodness

New experiences from La Vida Laguna offer ways for colleagues to connect in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. By Ashley Ryan   Nearly two decades ago,...
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10 Minutes With … J.J. Ballesteros

The local real estate agent and chairman of the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce board of trustees shares his favorite places in town and...

Spreading Her Wings

Local artist Dori Scarano delves deep in her first novel, a tale of loss that draws parallels to her own experience with losing her mother.