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SPORTS
December 6, 2012
Friday Girls' Soccer (TBA) Laguna at Ocean View Holiday Classic Boys' Basketball (7 p.m.) Irvine at Laguna Frosh/Soph Basketball (5:30 p.m.) Irvine at Laguna Girls' Basketball (TBA) Laguna at Oxford Academy Tournament * Saturday Girls' Soccer (TBA) Laguna at Ocean View Holiday Classic Girls' Basketball (TBA) Laguna at Oxford Academy Tournament Boys' JV Basketball (TBA) Laguna at Aliso Niguel Tournament * Monday Girls' Soccer (TBA)
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NEWS
December 18, 2012
One-time "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" reality TV star Talan Torriero will do probation after being convicted of driving under the influence. Torriero, 26, of Laguna Beach, pleaded guilty Dec. 10 to misdemeanor driving with a blood alcohol level of .08% or more, according to Orange County Superior Court records. He was sentenced to three years' informal probation, a $390 fine and a first offenders program, according to court records. Torriero was arrested around 12:30 a.m. on Sept.
SPORTS
September 20, 2012
Junior Breakers Volleyball Clinics, a series of youth volleyball classes presented by Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball Coach Scott Panaro, start Oct. 3 at the North Gym on the Laguna Beach campus. The clinics are designed for boys ages 14 and younger and of all skill levels. Clinic dates and costs are: Oct. 3-28 (eight classes, $200); Nov. 4-18 (five classes $125); Nov. 25-Dec. 19 (eight classes, $200); Oct. 3-Dec. 19 (21 classes, $450); Oct. 3-Dec. 16 (10-11classes, one per week, $275)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Imran Vittachi | June 14, 2012
The two sister cities are tourist magnets that hug sun-kissed stretches of coastline. Laguna Beach is an ocean and continent away from its French sister, Menton, which the last stop on the French Riviera before the Italian border. Every spring, Menton celebrates La FĂȘte du Citron (the Lemon Festival), where floats made or decorated with lemons and oranges parade through. And every summer, the people of Menton, as well as the rest of the Francophone world, ring in the summer solstice with the annual FĂȘte de la Musique (Music Festival)
NEWS
By Mona Shadia and Bryce Alderton | May 1, 2014
Ten-year-old Kalle Copeland didn't understand why he had to join his mother and sister at Sunday's second annual Healthy Girl Festival in Laguna Beach. "'I'm a boy,'" he said to his mother, Sarah Copeland. "'Why do I have to go?'" The festival, which raises awareness about the social pressure women and girls face in today's society, was a good reference for not just her daughter, Katrina, but her son as well, Sarah Copeland said. Copeland said she wanted the festival to encourage her daughter to lead a healthy, positive and successful life and to teach her son about the importance of supporting healthy girls and women.
NEWS
By David Hansen | March 27, 2013
No one likes to admit they have a dark side. But like alter egos, the alleys of Laguna Beach parallel our lives. We rely on them for privacy. We use them as shortcuts. We park in them illegally. Both in residential and business areas, there are an impressive amount of alleys in Laguna - all underutilized and most in disarray. But there are some really cool ones too. With a few exceptions, almost anywhere you live in the city - north, south or downtown - you have alleys nearby.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | March 24, 2011
The Orange Coast League opener between Laguna Beach and Estancia matched teams projected to battle for the championship. Round One went to Laguna. The Breakers rode a one-hitter by Chris Paul and clutch hitting by Erik Peruzzi and Steven Harrison to record a 5-1 victory March 18 over the Eagles. Paul (3-0) tied his season high in strikeouts with 12. The senior didn't allow a walk and gave up an unearned run. Peruzzi, meanwhile, got Laguna going with a key hit in the top of the first and went on to a three-hit performance.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | May 28, 2010
Laguna Beach gave Viewpoint all it could handle Tuesday in the semifinal round of the CIF Southern Section Division IV boys' tennis playoffs, but the top-seeded Patriots from Calabasas managed to leave Laguna with a 10-8 victory. "It was a tough match," Laguna Coach Aaron Talarico said. "Viewport played great and (give) all the credit to them." Hutton Mckenna won two of three sets in singles play for the Breakers and Mike Rubel/Teague Hamilton won two of three in doubles. Viewpoint will play Rowland for the Division IV title Wednesday at Claremont Club in Claremont.
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