Mayor Boyd to address Business Club

“All Things Laguna” will be the subject of the upcoming Laguna Beach Business Club meeting at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Hotel Laguna.

Mayor Kelly Boyd will discuss current issues and opportunities affecting the city from his perspective as a city official and a local business owner. Boyd owns the Marine Room Tavern on Ocean Avenue.

Topics include: Business development, budget concerns, environmental issues and the Homeless Task Force.


The public is invited to attend. Admission is $25 and includes buffet breakfast. RSVP to Catharine Cooper at (714) 296-5250 or For more information, visit www.lagunabeachbusiness

Free services offered for job seekers

In an effort to help unemployed Laguna residents find a job, My Laguna Office is offering any job seeker free Internet time and free faxing of resumes.

“Everyone thinks that Laguna is immune from the downturn,” said owner Tom Williams. “Far from it.”


My Laguna Office is a business services, office supply, shipping services and Internet cafe outlet in the heart of Laguna Village.

To take advantage of the free services, visit My Laguna Office, 303 Broadway, Suite 104 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, or 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Let the clerk know you are searching for work and they will look after the rest. For more information, visit

Art exhibition management provided

Lou Volpano, who has managed corporate events for Philip Morris, Marlboro, Perrier, Kravet Miller Brewing Columbia Pictures and other major corporations, is now offering the same type of management to art festivals and art events.

“Art exhibitions in Chicago, Basel, Miami, Shanghi, Los Angeles, Berlin, London and New York have aided the appreciation in the prices of contemporary art,” Volpano said. “This proliferation... has created a heightened demand for more experienced business management that posses the unique qualifications needed to maximize the effect of exhibits and presentations.”

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