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Woods Cove – The Story

  Woods Cove – The Story Starting with the twin cities – Arch Beach and Laguna Beach In the late 1800s, the Woods Cove area was originally called Arch Beach and was a separate town from Laguna Beach. It even had its own post office. The reason for the twin city effect was that wagons […]

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Laguna Friends of Architecture (LFA) bus tour of the Historical Districts of Los Angeles

Laguna Friends of Architecture (LFA) bus tour of the Historical Districts of Los Angeles – Saturday, March 15th     Come and join your fellow friends that have a passion for architecture on a 50 seat bus tour of L.A.’s historic districts and architecture. Art Deco, Victorian, French Revival, Mid Century, you name it, will be […]

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February 27, 2014
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The Laguna Lady Story

If You Love Laguna’s Historical Past You Can’t Miss This One Horst Noppenberger, the prolific local architect, is going to make a presentation at the site where the 9,000+ year old Laguna Lady was found. Besides telling the story of her discovery he’ll be showing his plans for a mini museum at the site, as […]

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February 27, 2014
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February 11, 2014
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The Story of Laguna’s Hippos – Bubbles and Herman

  Imagine Driving through Laguna Canyon and you see a huge hippo running down the hillside. No need to check yourself in – the hippo was real. It so happens hippos like Laguna as much as we do. Click here to read the rest of the story about Bubbles and Herman

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January 30, 2014
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January 9, 2014
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January 6, 2014
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Surterre’s Weekly Financial and Market Update

Surterre’s Weekly Financial and Market Update Week Ending 12/31/2013 “Glass Half Full” Perspective   ORANGE COUNTY REAL ESTATE SECTION 12/22/2013   “FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER COMPARED TO A YEAR AGO”   Prices   Resale Homes          up 16.2% New Homes              up 17.9% Resale Condos         up 21.3%   Sales Volume   Resale Homes          down 13.6% New […]

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January 1, 2014