Join local architecturally passionate friends for a glass of wine and hear from former Laguna Beach Historical Society president Gene Felder. The program, with extensive historical and modern photographs, will be Three Laguna Beach Architectural Landmarks: Pyne Castle, Village Rockledge, and the Richard Halliburton Hangover House. Photographs courtesy of the Laguna Beach Historical Society, the […]
Art from the psychedelic era The overlooked contribution of the Brothers of Eternal Love Until now – Come join us this Saturday for a curator’s tour of the art work from the late 60s in Laguna’s counter culture days. If you haven’t heard about the Bother of Enteral Love days in Laguna get […]
August sales are way down but homes going into escrow bounce back to summer average of 53 homes August Summary: Sales way down: 24 home were sold vs. 44 last month and 34 in Aug. a year ago But 53 homes are in escrow (which is the same as Aug. for the last 3 years) […]
The story of the discovery of the oldest human remains in the Western Hemisphere, discovered by Howard Wilson in Laguna Beach California
It was a hot, sunny day in Laguna Beach California in 1933, when 17 year old Howard Wilson showed up at his pal Ed Marriner’s house to talk to him about something that he had been thinking about lately. Howard had plans for a great adventure that day. Howard and Ed often spent time together, […]
I recently went to Panama exploring potential international living opportunities. My trip started in Panama City which is an international city where new architecture meets beautiful gentrified Spanish Colonial neighborhoods. Went to a cool jazz club in a 1600 building that is now an Ace hotel an international boutique hotel chain.
The Summer Shift: Housing tends to follow a similar cycle every year. This time of year is no different. It started a couple of weeks ago with graduation. June had 28 sales vs. 41 sales in May A Summer Approach for Sellers: with buyer traffic down and the expected market time rising, it is now […]