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June 5, 2009
A couple of months ago while I was walking about town on a Saturday morning, I watched a Laguna Beach City Public Works truck stop at a corner. The passenger stepped out of the truck and crossed over to where two garage sale signs were posted. He proceeded to tear the signs down. When I asked the man why he was doing this, he explained that the signs are illegal (posted on public property, such as telephone poles and street signs) and people do not take them down afterward.
NEWS
By: Dan Beighley | October 7, 2005
More public parking is on the way in downtown Laguna on what is now a city employee parking lot at the intersection of Laguna Canyon Road and Forest Avenue. The 130-space lot will be used until a proposed Village Entrance project -- the components of which have not yet been determined -- can be built. The parking lot project, approved Sept. 28 by the planning commission, is expected to be in place by spring 2007, pending approval from City Council.
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By Barbara Diamond, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | October 21, 2010
Disgruntled Woods Cove neighbors of Mozambique restaurant might get an early Christmas present. The City Council voted 4 to 1 on Tuesday to hold a public hearing on Dec. 7 to consider the general public's opinion of a privileged parking program for Woods Cove residents up to six blocks away from the restaurant. The residents' complaints about the disruption of their lives by tipsy or just ebullient restaurant patrons who park on the streets rather than the free valet parking prompted the council's action.
NEWS
By Sam DiGiovanna | September 19, 2012
It's not just the health concerns and power outages associated with hot days. We are stepping right into our first high pressure system of the season and if you ask any fire service authority, all will agree this will be an extremely dangerous fire season. If you haven't already, get your home prepared, especially if you live in the hillside communities. Here are some tips to think about: * Defensible space Create a zone around your house that will slow the wildfire down and possibly direct it around your home.
NEWS
By BOBBIE ALLEN | February 8, 2007
Symbolism works in the arts because it's economical. A well-placed symbol can speak out beyond the limitations of direct representation, even past the symbolist's intentions, expanding to suit the viewer. Wang Niandong is a symbolist painter. His work is on view at Mandarin Fine Art Gallery (1294 So. Coast Highway). The gallery is also showing some very interesting pastel studies, but go to see the large-scale oils on linen, crammed into the small space just inches away from each other.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | March 31, 2011
The Boom Boom Room may be history, along with the Little Shrimp and Woody's, but Laguna Beach is not giving up on attracting and serving gay and lesbian visitors. The Gay and Lesbian Travel Industry Directory 2011 has a two-page spread devoted to the city, extolling its beautiful beaches, secluded coves, absolutely fabulous restaurants, artists enclaves and hip nightspots. The Laguna Beach Visitors and Conference Bureau placed the full-page ad and provided materials for an "editorial" page, a promotion that cost the bureau $3,000, according to Executive Director Judy Bijlani.
BUSINESS
By Laurance Lapspecial to wheelbase communications | January 4, 2008
Dirt. It’s everywhere. Gumming up the keys of my laptop computer, clogging the zoom lens of my camera. It’s in all of my clothing. There’s even dirt in my dreams. And then in the memories of unzipping the tent every morning to see another perfect, yet absolutely different-from-last-night, landscape. Dirt in my nightmares, too. Of the ground rushing up to meet us as our Porsche Cayenne tumbled end over end. There was dirt all over the inside of the vehicle and dirt mixed with blood.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | March 2, 2007
"Just smooth the grout out around the tile," Michele Taylor instructed. I stared at the bucket of gray goo, then gingerly poked at it. I then realized with horror that it stuck to my finger. I was spending that Monday in the second of my two Art Escapes classes with Taylor, who was explaining how to make glazed tile art. I'm not an artist by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, the only thing I've applied a brush to since high school has been, well, a toilet bowl.
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June 5, 2009
A couple of months ago while I was walking about town on a Saturday morning, I watched a Laguna Beach City Public Works truck stop at a corner. The passenger stepped out of the truck and crossed over to where two garage sale signs were posted. He proceeded to tear the signs down. When I asked the man why he was doing this, he explained that the signs are illegal (posted on public property, such as telephone poles and street signs) and people do not take them down afterward.
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