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February 5, 2009
The city’s radar-equipped speed trailers tell drivers how fast they are going. In the future, the trailers will tell the city who the drivers are and speeders caught on tape will be mailed warnings. Parking, Traffic and Circulation Committee recommendations approved at Tuesday’s council meeting included the addition of video capability to one of the trailers. The recommendation was one of three proposed by the committee to help slow down drivers on key hill access streets, as requested by the council.
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By Joanna Clay | January 19, 2012
When one hears Gavyn Bailey's voice, it's hard to believe that the 13-year-old from Laguna Niguel doesn't have a recording contract. On YouTube he sings Ingrid Michaelson's "The Way I am" as if the song were written for him. While some kids might point to a heavy course load or an active social life as distractions, Gavyn's had to battle a much larger obstacle when it comes to focusing on his music. At 3 years old, Gavyn had a kidney transplant. His mother, Giselle Bailey, said that the day before he was born she was told he might not make it. About a year ago, his body rejected the transplanted kidney - a common occurrence for transplant patients - which caused him to have high blood pressure and a brain hemorrhage.
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By Ashley Breeding, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | December 9, 2010
A talented young art student is using the power of film to rescue shelter dogs. Ireland Smith, a fifth-grader at Top of the World Elementary, recently won second place for her film, "Together We Can: Help Homeless Animals," in the third-to-fifth-grade film division of the PTA Reflections program. The art education enhancement program provides opportunities for students to discover and experience a variety of different art forms including literature, photography and visual arts, musical composition, dance choreography and film production, while receiving positive recognition for their efforts.
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By Joanna Clay | December 15, 2011
If you recently found a disposable camera inside a pizza box and followed directions to take a picture, chances are your face has been seen by more than one viewer. Filmmaking duo Austin Dodge, 18, and Elliot Barbernell, 14, filmed a short movie Nov. 26 in downtown Laguna Beach called "Take a Photo. " It went viral with combined hits of more than 330,000 and counting. Dodge and Elliot grabbed a Zpizza box, some disposable cameras and wrote "Take a photo" in permanent marker on the box as they hurriedly drove downtown to start their project.
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By Joanna Clay | October 22, 2012
A group of about 100 people gathered at Main Beach on Friday and marched toward City Hall to protest bullying and promote kindness. Cars honked their horns as they crossed Coast Highway to Broadway Street in the People's March Against Bullying, showing support for the high schoolers who held signs that said "Words can kill" and "It's cool to be kind. " Jonah Mowry - known for a YouTube video he made when he was 13 about being bullied and cutting himself - donned a pink mohawk and led the group with confidence in cheers, yelling at cars for support as they marched.
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October 9, 2012
An anti-bullying rally will take place from 5 to 6 p.m. Oct. 19 in Laguna Beach. The first People's March Against Bullying will start at Main Beach with participants marching to City Hall, where speakers will talk about the issue. Speakers are set to include Jonah Mowry, the 15-year-old who revealed his personal case of bullying on YouTube, and Victoria Mendez, a 15-year-old girl who is president of Cool 2 Be Kind, a student-run, anti-bullying club, according to a news release.
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By Gene Felder | May 16, 2008
All citizens should express their environmental concerns that should be addressed in the environmental impact report for the proposed redevelopment at Aliso Creek Inn. The Aliso Creek Canyon scoping meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Council Chambers in City Hall. What a glorious day the Walk-Around was and a good crowd got to see the spectacular Aliso Canyon property. My first reaction to the Aliso Creek was quite positive as there was a babbling flow of water, even in one section like rapids and the special sound that makes.
NEWS
March 6, 2012
Laguna Beach police are searching for a suspect wanted in connection to a theft from Kokopelli Gallery last month. According to a police bulletin, a man in his 50s entered the gallery at 332 Forest Ave. the afternoon of Feb. 18 and distracted employees, reportedly walking out with a watch valued at $806. Employees described him as white, with balding hair and a soft, feminine voice. He told employees he lived in La Jolla, police said. While he spoke to gallery employees, he took the watch out of a display case and put it in the right pocket of his jacket, according to the bulletin.
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February 14, 2012
Laguna Beach police are searching for a man and woman suspected of stealing credit cards from parked cars, then using the cards at south Orange County stores. On Feb. 3, the couple reportedly stole credit cards from vehicles in Laguna Beach and used them at Albertson's in Laguna Beach, Wal-Mart in Laguna Niguel and CVS in Dana Point, according to Laguna Beach police. The female suspect is described as white, in her mid-20s, approximately 5-foot-3 and 120 pounds. The male suspect is described as in his mid-20s, approximately 5-foot-6 and 150 pounds.
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By Joanna Clay | August 27, 2012
A few sky-gazers say that UFOs may have entered the nighttime sky near Laguna Beach on Thursday night. According to the website UFO Stalker, a few people reported seeing "glowing red lights" at about 9 p.m. A person reported that they were on the outside deck of their North Laguna Beach home when they noticed six or seven "bright, glowing red lights in the sky. " The lights apparently moved side to side as they moved forward, which the...
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By Joanna Clay | October 22, 2012
A group of about 100 people gathered at Main Beach on Friday and marched toward City Hall to protest bullying and promote kindness. Cars honked their horns as they crossed Coast Highway to Broadway Street in the People's March Against Bullying, showing support for the high schoolers who held signs that said "Words can kill" and "It's cool to be kind. " Jonah Mowry - known for a YouTube video he made when he was 13 about being bullied and cutting himself - donned a pink mohawk and led the group with confidence in cheers, yelling at cars for support as they marched.
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By Joanna Clay | January 19, 2012
When one hears Gavyn Bailey's voice, it's hard to believe that the 13-year-old from Laguna Niguel doesn't have a recording contract. On YouTube he sings Ingrid Michaelson's "The Way I am" as if the song were written for him. While some kids might point to a heavy course load or an active social life as distractions, Gavyn's had to battle a much larger obstacle when it comes to focusing on his music. At 3 years old, Gavyn had a kidney transplant. His mother, Giselle Bailey, said that the day before he was born she was told he might not make it. About a year ago, his body rejected the transplanted kidney - a common occurrence for transplant patients - which caused him to have high blood pressure and a brain hemorrhage.
NEWS
By Joanna Clay | December 15, 2011
If you recently found a disposable camera inside a pizza box and followed directions to take a picture, chances are your face has been seen by more than one viewer. Filmmaking duo Austin Dodge, 18, and Elliot Barbernell, 14, filmed a short movie Nov. 26 in downtown Laguna Beach called "Take a Photo. " It went viral with combined hits of more than 330,000 and counting. Dodge and Elliot grabbed a Zpizza box, some disposable cameras and wrote "Take a photo" in permanent marker on the box as they hurriedly drove downtown to start their project.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | December 9, 2010
A talented young art student is using the power of film to rescue shelter dogs. Ireland Smith, a fifth-grader at Top of the World Elementary, recently won second place for her film, "Together We Can: Help Homeless Animals," in the third-to-fifth-grade film division of the PTA Reflections program. The art education enhancement program provides opportunities for students to discover and experience a variety of different art forms including literature, photography and visual arts, musical composition, dance choreography and film production, while receiving positive recognition for their efforts.
NEWS
February 5, 2009
The city’s radar-equipped speed trailers tell drivers how fast they are going. In the future, the trailers will tell the city who the drivers are and speeders caught on tape will be mailed warnings. Parking, Traffic and Circulation Committee recommendations approved at Tuesday’s council meeting included the addition of video capability to one of the trailers. The recommendation was one of three proposed by the committee to help slow down drivers on key hill access streets, as requested by the council.
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