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Windsurfing

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  • Reporter's Notebook: The hidden mysteries

    When I was growing up, scavenger hunts usually entailed frantically rushing from neighbor to neighbor asking for obscure items like colored Q-tips and, as a pre-teen, embarrassing feminine products, but apparently that is a thing of the past....
  • Reconnect with blessing

    Reconnect with blessing
    When the Rev. Christian Mondor began surfing, he was more of a menace to the waves than a blessing of them. The vicar emeritus at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church in Huntington Beach first hit the waves in the late 1930s. At the time, he lacked a...
  • What's hot for fall

    What's hot for fall
    Autumn is here in Laguna! As the days grow crisper, the larger swells roll in and the sunsets turn more colorful, it's time to make a fire, brew something spicy and pull out those cozy knits (and 3/2 fullsuits). For those of you who want to bundle up in...
  • Artcetera

    Laguna Art Museum 307 Cliff Drive (949) 494-8971 http://www.lagunaartmuseum.org Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Open until 9 p.m. during First Thursdays Art Walk. Admission is $15 for adults and $12 for seniors, students and active military....
  • Sea Kings' surf team's back

    All Mikey Pawell wanted to do was to be a part of a surf team at his high school. Who knew he had to lead a boy scout troop to make it happen. For the past 15 years Corona del Mar High has been without a surf team. Pawell, a senior, wanted the drought...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Journey to South Africa starts out rocky

    Some 290 miles out to sea between Brazil and South Africa, it is almost impossible to think about what lies ahead of me for the next month. Just getting to Brazil was a trip in itself. After three flights, 15 hours of transit and one long crazy two-hour...
  • City Lights: Camaraderie formed in the water

    He wasn't a resident of Huntington Beach. But standing at Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway, where tributes to Hawaiian surfer Andy Irons dominated both sides of the intersection Monday, you wouldn't know it. As far as Surf City is concerned,...
  • The Peninsula offers opportunities for biking, fishing and more

    BIKING/CYCLING The Peninsula offers many opportunities for cycling enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy group rides, solo jaunts or competitions, Hampton Roads has many opportunities. Courses and trailways in the Tidewater region tend to be flat but are often...
  • Briefly In Public Safety

    High surf results in weekend rescues Seven people were pulled from high surf Saturday at three beaches in Laguna, according to police records. A diver was rescued from waters off the 1900 block of Ocean Way at 12:51 p.m. Lifeguards were called to assist...
  • Surf's clean, water warming up

    Surfers are still wearing their wetsuits, but it's getting closer to the time of year when they're going to start showing up on the beach in just swimsuits or rash guards. Ocean water temperatures increased by 10 degrees in two weeks, going from a...
  • Two festivals open doors

    Two festivals open doors
    This season, it's all about "fun in the sun" at Laguna's summer art festivals. The fun begins June 25, when both the Sawdust Art Festival and Art-a-Fair kick off the opening day of their 44th annual celebrations. "We've got a lot of excitement lined...