In Laguna Beach, we’re entirely too sophisticated to bark at the full moon, but we will DRUM at it . . . in a massive, talented drum circle that is, thanks to our eclectic organizers at LaVida Laguna. A mainstay in this town for more than 5 years, the Laguna Beach Full Moon Drum Circles […]
Most visitors to Laguna Beach don’t realize that Laguna and Crystal Cove State Park have elevations that rapidly climb from sea level to about 1,000 feet. Granted, you’re never going to snowboard here, but you can get a heck of a workout walking, trail running, mountain biking and horseback riding in El Moro Canyon.
We have a lot of great restaurants in Laguna Beach that serve up great cuts of beef, but there’s nothing like a Mozambique steak. Fortunately, the newly returned $10 plate special includes a chop house sirloin steak – you’re in luck!
Recognized as one of the most accomplished plein air artists in the world, Laguna Beach’s own Ken Auster is as amiable and droll as they come … until you ask him about his new foray into the women’s boot business. Then, his eyes light up, he sits straight up, and he becomes extremely animated – […]
In contrast to Laguna Beach’s Marine Room’s standard fare of fun and rowdy live bands and fans, the Songwriter’s Showcase tends to be a mellower event with acoustic or single-instrument play … all the better to hear some of the most tremendous singing and songwriting talent in the area.
There are a number of parks in Laguna Beach that are great for people watching (Heisler), sunset views (Alta Laguna) and jungle gyms (Bluebird), but the park at Crescent Bay is a quiet beauty you don’t want to miss.
While tourists crowd the first block of retail stores on Forest Avenue in Laguna Beach, locals slip right past them, heading just one block further on Forest to their favorite décor and gift store in town, The Laguna Colony. As just a sampling, The Laguna Colony features: * Vietri and Mariposa dish and serving ware; […]