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    Off the Menu: New Restaurants Reveal Culinary Delights

    Off the Menu: New Restaurants Reveal Culinary Delights

    By Christopher Trela and Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy  We’re always excited when new restaurants open in Newport Beach. We’ve been patiently waiting for two in particular to open, which they just did: Provenance and The Winery. Each one offers unique concepts and culinary delights. Provenance Chef Cathy Pavlos created a culinary institution with her Irvine […]

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    Off the Menu Special: Easter Brunch Dining Guide

    Off the Menu Special: Easter Brunch Dining Guide

    BACK BAY BISTRO 1131 Back Bay Drive / 949-729-1144 / www.backbaybistronewportbeach.com Back Bay Bistro at Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort has an elaborate Easter Champagne brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brunch selections include carving stations, omelette bar and seafood buffet. The Easter Bunny will be on hand to greet and take photos with children. […]

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    On Faith: Guide to Easter Sunday Services in Newport Beach

    On Faith: Guide to Easter Sunday Services in Newport Beach

    Guide to Easter Sunday Services   Christ Church by the Sea United Methodist, 1400 W. Balboa Blvd, Balboa. (949) 673-3775. christbytheseanb.org. Sunrise 6:30 a.m. at 14th St., 10 a.m. at church. Community Church, Congregational, 611 Heliotrope Ave., CdM. (949) 644-7400, cdmucc.org. Sunrise 6 a.m. at Lookout Point CdM; 10 a.m. at church. First Church of Christ, […]

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    Local Issues, Projects Discussed at Town Meeting

    Local Issues, Projects Discussed at Town Meeting

    More than 150 Corona del Mar residents gathered this week to discuss community issues, learn about local projects and hear reports on the state of CdM business. The Corona del Mar Business Improvement District held their annual town meeting Wednesday evening at Sherman Library and Gardens. The event also included a community expo, speakers panel […]

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    City’s Arts Master Plan Takes Center Stage

    The arts took center stage at the recent Newport Beach City Council study session when the council members heard a presentation from Library Services Director Tim Hetherton and Arts OC Executive Director Richard Stein on an initiative to look at arts programs in the city and offer suggestions and directions for creating a comprehensive Arts […]

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    International Math Champions

    International Math Champions

    A group of kids traveled across the globe last week to represent their school and their country in a math competition, and they returned on Sunday as champions. Students from St. Mary’s School in Aliso Viejo participated in the 17th International Maths Quest 2014 in Berlin. The two teams of four each included Newport Beach […]

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    Curtain Up: No "Rest" for the Weary

    Curtain Up: No “Rest” for the Weary

    Samuel D. Hunter is a character man. That’s to say, the prolific and gifted young playwright, is a writer in love with his own characters. This in itself is hardly a crime. Tennessee Williams surely loved his Blanche DuBois; for all Willy Loman’s pig-headed delusions, we can bet Arthur Miller loved the old guy. Like […]

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