Laguna Beach Mag September 2013 : Page 8

Contents 9.13 the HOME & DESIGN ISSUE 48. Treasured spaces From secret wine cellars to high-tech dance floors, these one-of-a-kind Laguna Beach rooms uniquely reflect owners’ passions and creativity. RobeRt Lopez By Peter A. Balaskas 56. HigH-TecH Homes Advanced technology plays an important role in many of Laguna Beach’s cutting-edge homes. By Peter A. Balaskas 60. upcycled sTyle Laguna Beach designers, artists, builders and homeowners reimagine the old to create something new. By Vicki Hogue-Davies pg. 78. Travel: maui Holiday Hawaii’s second-biggest island is hardly second-best with plenty to see, do and eat on its varied terrain. 56 38. laguna’s capiTol Building Celebrating its 95th year in operation, Laguna’s old guard dining establishment embodies the town’s maverick spirit. 66. awakening THe cove Crystal Cove Alliance keeps history alive with its thriving Historic District and plans to renovate the remaining 17 North Beach cottages for public use. 84. real esTaTe sHowcase Tour some of Laguna’s top homes currently on the market. 96. TasTe of THe Town A restaurant resource for dining out in Laguna Beach. 106. arTisTs & galleries The latest interviews and information on the arts and upcoming gallery events. By Linda Domingo 74. HaBiTaT: BeTween THe Hills and THe sea Park Avenue and Hillview Drive join between downtown Laguna Beach and Top of the World, creating the ideal spot to access the city below and the canyons and wilderness above. By Bruce Porter 44. reBuilding lives Friendship Shelter has given Laguna Beach’s homeless more than just a place to sleep; it’s given them a means to thrive. This year, the nonprofit celebrates 25 years of serving the community. By Ashley Breeding 72. conTemporary dance-off Two dance companies join together for one of the most anticipated dance festivals in Orange County. By Hannah Ostrow By Jackie Adams By Sally Eastwood By Patrick Mott 8 OCINSITE.COM

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