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Mozambique

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  • Oil Sightings Report July 12

    St. Bernard Parish: Date: July 12, 2010 Sighting: Oil impacting marsh grass located on an unnamed island in Kerchimbo Bay 3 miles S of Shell Island. Sighting: Oil Impacting marsh grass located in Live Oak Bayou on Turtle Pen Isle. Sighting: Oil...
  • Datebook

    TODAY Live music at Royal Hawaiian, 331 N. Coast Hwy. For more information, call (949) 494-8001 or visit royalhawaiianlaguna.com. Nick I & A.D.D. performs from 8:45 p.m. to midnight at Mozambique's Shebeen Lounge, 1740 Coast Hwy. $10 cover. For more...
  • Briefly In Business

    Mozambique to host cleanup volunteers Mozambique Steakhouse will host an after-party and concert on Sept. 25 for beach clean-up volunteers participating in the upcoming California Coastal Clean-up Day, in which volunteers conduct trash pick-up from 9 a....
  • Water-efficiency expo Saturday

    The Laguna Beach County Water District is holding a SmartScape Info/Expo from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at its headquarters, 306 Third St., Laguna Beach. The free event promotes the benefits of using California native plants and efficient irrigation...
  • Mozambique back on the grill

    Mayor Pro Tem Toni Iseman and City Councilman Kelly Boyd will chair a meeting at 2 p.m. today at Mozambique to discuss ways to resolve complaints from the restaurant's Woods Cove neighbors. The council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to allow the extended hours...
  • Permit parking on council's agenda

    Permit parking on council's agenda
    Laguna Beach city officials Tuesday will discuss permit parking within a proposed zone surrounding Mozambique Steak House. If approved, parking will be restricted to residents from Carmelita Street to South Coast Highway and Bluebird Canyon Drive to...
  • Editorial: Road to more parking rules

    With Tuesday's approval of a "Quiet Zone" with resident-only parking in the late night and early morning hours around Mozambique, Laguna Beach is embarking on a path that may result in a domino effect of further restrictions. We agree with City...
  • City Council narrowly approves 'Quiet Zone'

    A parking plan designed to limit late-night noise near Mozambique squeaked past the City Council Tuesday night. The council voted 3-2 to approve a "Quiet Zone" that restricts nighttime parking to vehicles with shopper's permits or residence-specific...
  • Your Scene: Flamingos in Mozambique

    Your Scene: Flamingos in Mozambique
    When I think flamingos, I normally think plastic and lawn. This photo from Times reader "tesmoscow" reminds me that you can find these majestic birds in the wild. Here, a flock flies over a patch of greenery in Mozambique. Besides flamingos, visitors can...
  • Now And Then: Seeking some peace and quiet in the 'hoods

    Editor's note: This adds the second sentence to the paragraph starting, "I serve on the 'quiet zone' task force...". "Walking slow down the avenue,¿¿¿through my old neighborhood…" — Jackson Browne * I seem to be out walking more these...
  • Mozambique restaurant to open Newport location

    NEWPORT BEACH — Fans of Mozambique Steakhouse and Lounge in Laguna Beach will soon be able to partake in the African-inspired fare at a new eatery here, a company spokeswoman said Monday. The fast-casual concept, also called Mozambique, will open...
  • Quiet Zone will remain

    Resident-only parking privileges will continue in the so-called "Quiet Zone," an area near Mozambique Steak House. The City Council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to continue the preferential parking program meant to quell residents' objections to noisy bar...