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    Blood Moon

    Blood Moon

    Indy photographer Lawrence Sherwin captured some images of Monday’s blood moon.

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    Curtain Up: Newport Native Stars in "Cinderella" Ballet

    Curtain Up: Newport Native Stars in “Cinderella” Ballet

    Spring break this year means ballet, ballet, and more ballet for dedicated Corona del Mar High School junior Camille Kellems. Last seen on stage as the Sugar Plum Fairy in “The Nutcracker,” the talented Maple Youth Ballet dancer is spending her vacation honing her technique before pirouetting into another big role this weekend: “Cinderella.” Leaving the […]

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    Under Cover: Celebrating National Library Week April 13-19

    Under Cover: Celebrating National Library Week April 13-19

    “A Library is a good place to go when you feel bewildered or undecided, for there, in a book, you may have your question answered. Books are good company, in sad times and happy times, for books are people – people who have managed to stay alive by hiding between the covers of a book.”  […]

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    Off the Menu: Musical Menus

    Off the Menu: Musical Menus

    By Christopher Trela and Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy A “Mama Mia” Dinner We’ve been attending the Broadway musical series at Segerstrom Center, and last year discovered the clever themed menus that Executive Chef Ross Pangilinan has been creating at Leatherby’s Café Rouge adjacent to Segerstrom Center. Chef Ross has done it again for The Center’s current show, “Mama […]

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    Assembly Candidates Speak Up at Community Meeting

    Assembly Candidates Speak Up at Community Meeting

    About 50 people attended Speak Up Newport’s 74th Assembly District candidate forum Wednesday evening in the community room at the Newport Beach civic center. The participating candidates were councilman Keith Curry, Orange County businessman Emanuel Patrascu, Huntington Beach mayor Matthew Harper, all republicans, and OC teacher Anila Ali, a democrat. Karina Onofre was absent. Marilee […]

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    Post Office Moving, Zoning Designation Staying

    Post Office Moving, Zoning Designation Staying

    The Bay Station post office may be moving, but the location will likely remain designated for public use, at least for now. The post office at 191 Riverside Avenue, in the Mariner’s Mile area, will lose its lease before the end of the year. The owner applied to the city for a zoning change from […]

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