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Planning Commissioners sent architect Marshall Ininns back to the drawing board to improve the design of an elevator shaft before they would vote on the rooftop deck proposed by Mozambique. The commission indicated Wednesday that they favored the idea of...
The upstairs Shebeen Lounge at Mozambique offers the ocean breeze, dramatic sunsets of the Laguna coast, and the sensational sounds of acoustic and reggae artists paired with savory cocktails and top-rated dining. And a night to remember is happening...
Laguna Beach FM station KX 93.5 FM will be launched Oct. 1. The Planning Commission approved on Wednesday a permit for the low-powered community radio station and the rooftop antenna that will transmit without interfering with commercial stations....
Kelly Fontenot stood outside the Penguin Cafe on Wednesday morning, her arms full with two pitchers of freshly brewed coffee. She offered some to anyone waiting. Almost every table was occupied, with customers enjoying the signature banana pancakes and...
VarietyThe Weinstein Co.'s music-based dramedy "A Song for Marion" will world preem in the Toronto Film Festival's closing night Gala slot, it was announced Tuesday along with 146 titles, including 35 world preems, in the Gala, Special Presentations,...
Tags: Colin Firth, Terence Stamp, Brian de Palma, Canada, Yvan Attal
Time is running out for a local pet rescue operation. The lease is up in November and won't be renewed on Animal Crackers pet supply shop in theAlbertson'sshopping center. Animal Crackers helps fund the rescues and care for animals abandoned or due to be...
Tags: Auction Service, Animal Crackers, Pets, Apple iPad, Charity
We have more art festivals than we know what to do with. We have fancy food festivals, world-class theater, legendary surf competitions and dozens of other Laguna Beach events. But no festival for popular music. Little Dana Point, only slightly bigger...
Tags: Macy Gray, Arts, Weezer (music group), Arts and Culture, Music
'Open for Business' workshop The city will host a business owner workshop series, "Open for Business," from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Community Center, 380 Third St. The workshop will provide information for those who are interested in opening...
Fridays till May 25 'It's Your Money' The Laguna Beach Community Foundation is putting on a free, eight-week "It's Your Money" series from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Fridays in the Community Room at the Susi Q Senior Center, 380 Third St. The series will be...
The Royal Hawaiian, once the watering hole for locals hankering for a good tropical drink and a kitschy, tiki vibe, closed its doors last weekend after 65 years. The latest owner, Lyndon Douglas Cole, said the largest contributor to its closure was the...
Need reasons to wake up early? Zimzala, a laid-back bar and eatery at the Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach, just debuted a grab-and-go breakfast/coffee shop called Zim a Go Go. It is open from 6 to 11 a.m. and offers items like breakfast burritos,...
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