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    Benefit: Pacific Symphony Celebrates Maestro Carl St.Clair’s 25th Anniversary Season

    Benefit: Pacific Symphony Celebrates Maestro Carl St.Clair’s 25th Anniversary Season

    Pacific Symphony’s season opening concerts are always a special occasion, but this year’s season opener was extra special: it heralded Maestro Carl St.Clair’s 25th Anniversary season as music director and conductor of the Pacific Symphony. I first met St.Clair more than 20 years ago while covering the arts for local magazines, and immediately realized this […]

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    Off the Menu: A Guide to Newport's Newest Pizza Purveyors

    Off the Menu: A Guide to Newport’s Newest Pizza Purveyors

    By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy How popular is pizza? More than three billion pizzas are sold in the U.S. every year, making pizza one of the most popular food items in the country. Catherine agrees—she admits to eating more than her share of pepperoni pizzas, while Christopher prefers more exotic combinations […]

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    Newport and Japanese Sister City Celebrate 30 Years

    Newport and Japanese Sister City Celebrate 30 Years

    About 75 people celebrated a 30-year relationship in a culturally blended ceremony Tuesday. The honorees: Sister cities Newport Beach and Okazaki, Japan. “This is a very important day for all of us,” Mayor Rush Hill said, as a translator repeated his words for the approximately 30 Japanese dignitaries in the audience at the bamboo courtyard […]

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    Candidates Talk Traffic at Final Public Forum

    Candidates Talk Traffic at Final Public Forum

    City Council candidates met for the last time Wednesday night at the Corona del Mar Resident’s Association forum. The discussion was held at the Oasis Senior Center and was part of the association’s “The More You Know” theme for the year. More than 125 people attended. The event was moderated by board member and former […]

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    Council Agenda: A-Frame Signs, Airport Agreement and Appointments

    Council Agenda: A-Frame Signs, Airport Agreement and Appointments

    Newport Beach City Council had a busy night during their meeting Tuesday, with A-frame signs, the airport agreement and appointments all on the agenda. Council unanimously approved an amendment to the city code allowing A-frame signs in Corona del Mar commercial zones. They voted 6-0 with Councilwoman Nancy Gardner recusing herself because an A-frame sign […]

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    CA Coastal Commission Approves Crystal Cove Project

    CA Coastal Commission Approves Crystal Cove Project

    After about an hour of discussion, the California Coastal Commission approved a project permit for Crystal Cove State Park last week. While meeting in Newport Beach council chambers, the CCC voted 7-4 to approve the application from the California State Parks and Recreation, with commissioners Effie Turnbull-Sanders, Mark Vargas, Martha McClure and Gregory Cox dissenting. […]

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    Letter to the Editor: Former Mayor Weighs In on Measure Y

    Letter to the Editor: Former Mayor Weighs In on Measure Y

    I am a former Newport Beach City Mayor. I have continually lived in the Port Streets for over 35 years. I am voting No on Measure Y for the following reasons: Traffic in Newport Beach steadily gets worse, evenwithout any added development. Our City’s streets, esp. MacArthur, PCH, Irvine, Newport Blvd. and Jamboree, are major […]

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