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By Ashley Breeding | July 28, 2009
A new rejuvenation health spa in Laguna Beach promises to transform your life in just one week. Established by world-renowned yogis Geo and Katresha Moskios, Blue Pearl Laguna — a name that signifies the “special gift” of blue-green light that one may experience through deep meditation — focuses on physical and spiritual transformation through yoga, hiking, meditation, massage and nutritional cleansing. “We offer an escape from the world, unlike any other getaway,” Geo said.
NEWS
July 30, 2004
Laguna Beach's Bill Bryan, competing for Victoria Skimboards, won the coveted "World Title" by beating all competitors last weekend at the Victoria Skimboards World Championship of Skimboarding at Aliso Beach. The event, celebrating its 28th year, is considered to be the world championship of skimboarding. This year's tournament featured a three-day format for the first time, and drew more than 170 competitors from throughout the U.S. and the world.
NEWS
May 21, 2004
CATHARINE COOPER Imagine a series of small robotic sensors circumventing the globe, floating above and below the earth's surface, quiet sentinels collecting and recording information about the state of the planet. Imagine this information -- temperatures, gases, composition, particulates and more -- freely shared with all the countries of the world. Imagine an international body, monitoring change and creating policies directed to the protection of this place we call home.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 6, 2007
Rohrer hosts Halley exhibition Rohrer Fine Art, 346 North Coast Highway, will present an exhibition of new work by painter Peter Halley alongside aluminum furniture by mid-century master Warren McArthur. The exhibition opens with an artist reception from 5 to 7 p.m. July 14, and runs through Aug. 12. Peter Halley's paintings consist of brightly-colored blocks of color embedded among rectangles and squares of contrasting colors, which he calls prisons or cells. Halley has painted in this post-minimalist style since the 1980s when he and a group of his contemporaries, dubbed Neo-Geo, began painting pure geometric forms reacting against and referencing earlier generations.
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By Barbara Diamond | March 31, 2006
Six families whose homes were destroyed in the June 1 Bluebird Canyon landslide have received $8,000 in donated funds from the Laguna Relief and Resource Center and the Adopt a Landslide Family Committee to help them rebuild. There are 13 families still not back in their homes. The donors will provide $8,000 later this year to each of the additional seven families whose properties are located at the top of the hill. The $8,000 ? $5,000 from the Relief and Resource Center ?
NEWS
May 17, 2002
Barbara Diamond A new neighborhood association has been created to steer the course of the Driftwood development proposed for South Laguna. "The goal of the Aliso-Hobo Canyons Neighborhood Assn. is to prevent or seriously modify the development on 200 acres of open space above Driftwood Drive," Jeanie Bernstein said Monday at the Laguna Canyon Conservancy monthly dinner meeting. "We want each of you to be there whether you make comments or not. We need the bodies as a measure of the importance of the development to the community."
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By Cherril Doty | April 25, 2008
It may be that when we no longer know what to do, we have come to our real work… — Wendell Berry   The giant yellow orb broke the horizon, lighting the eastern sky, as the full moon rose. Unlike driving straight into the sun, driving directly toward the moon is one of the wondrous experiences of life…for me. On this night, the far-off moon seemed to direct my thoughts toward the earth and the impending Earth Day. By the time you read this, Earth Day 2008 will have passed, and we will all have read and heard a lot about it and what we can do to protect this vast planet.
NEWS
December 31, 2004
MONDAY 10th Avenue: A sick skunk was reportedly on a patio at 11:10 a.m. in the 31900 block. Cliff Drive: Police received a report that tools were stolen at 8 a.m. in the 500 block. Saint Ann's Drive: A break in was reported at 9:28 a.m. in the 200 block. Via Puerta: Police received a report at 4:17 p.m. that dogs were being neglected in the 2100 block. Victoria Circle: A woman reported that a man smashed a window at 6:19 p.m. in the 2600 block.
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By Barbara Diamond, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | April 21, 2011
Members of the Laguna Canyon Flood Mitigation Task Force will take a look next week at how rain drains from the canyon watersheds. The April 30 tour is open to the public, but residents are asked to reserve a spot to determine how many vehicles will be needed to caravan to key locations. The time and location of pick ups will be published on the task force link of the city's website . Planning Commissioner Norm Grossman is one of the 11 members of the task force charged with determining ways that canyon residents and public agencies can prevent the loss of life and property from flooding.
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By Ashley Breeding | July 28, 2009
A new rejuvenation health spa in Laguna Beach promises to transform your life in just one week. Established by world-renowned yogis Geo and Katresha Moskios, Blue Pearl Laguna — a name that signifies the “special gift” of blue-green light that one may experience through deep meditation — focuses on physical and spiritual transformation through yoga, hiking, meditation, massage and nutritional cleansing. “We offer an escape from the world, unlike any other getaway,” Geo said.
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