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    Off the Menu: Viva Italia Cuisine

    Off the Menu: Viva Italia Cuisine

    By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy Newport is turning Italian. We’ve noticed a number of restaurants have opened over the past several months that focus on Italian cuisine, and/or pizza. That certainly makes Catherine happy—she spent a semester in Italy while attending Chapman University and admits to being a pizza junkie. We’ve […]

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    Curtain Up: An Evening with Shirley MacLaine at Segerstrom Center Sept. 20

    Curtain Up: An Evening with Shirley MacLaine at Segerstrom Center Sept. 20

    It’s not often I get to talk to a living legend, but then it’s not often that a living legend such as Shirley MacLaine comes to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The Academy Award-winning actress, singer, dancer and author brings her one-woman show, An Evening with Shirley MacLaine, to the Renée and Henry Segerstrom […]

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    Local Focus: Local Tweens Star in PBS Series “SciGirls”

    Local Focus: Local Tweens Star in PBS Series “SciGirls”

    NOTE: Crystal Cove Alliance’s STEM programs have been selected by PBS to be featured as part of the National Science Foundation-funded “SciGirls” series, a new show for kids ages 8 – 12 that showcases bright, curious real tween girls putting science and engineering to work in their everyday lives. One of only a handful of programs selected […]

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    Artscapes: Maestro Carl St.Clair Celebrates 25 Years with Pacific Symphony

    Artscapes: Maestro Carl St.Clair Celebrates 25 Years with Pacific Symphony

    “It’s a great honor for me” stated Carl St.Clair, speaking with an innate graciousness fired with fervor of his upcoming 25th anniversary as Music Director for our own Pacific Symphony. The Texas native – who traded football for music while still in high school – marks his quarter-century as maestro here in Orange County with […]

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    Bikeways on Trial in Widower’s Suit

    By Andrea Adelson | NB Indy   For his own safety, former Olympic cyclist and bike shop owner Paul Deem would rather cycle through the stop-and-go traffic of downtown Los Angeles than the wide-open roadways of Orange County, where motorists expect to accelerate to highway speeds on four and six-lane parkways. “Bicyclists are in the […]

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    Lease Signed for Old City Hall Property

    Lease Signed for Old City Hall Property

    About 50 people gathered at the old city hall site this week to witness the official signing of the lease from the city to R.D. Olson for the property on Newport Boulevard. Bob Olson and Mayor Rush Hill signed the papers Monday in a small ceremony in front of the old council chambers. Council approved […]

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    Curtain Up: ‘Fallen Angels’ Lands with Laughter at NTAC

    Curtain Up: ‘Fallen Angels’ Lands with Laughter at NTAC

    Noël Coward was witty, charming, provocative, and stylish. And he was an incredibly prolific playwright who penned a plethora of plays that have remained popular decades later. Coward’s clever comedy “Fallen Angels,” which runs through Oct. 12 at Newport Theatre Arts Center, is a perfect example of his version of a sex comedy. Written in […]

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