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Balboa Island Celebrates Centennial

The city of Newport Beach celebrated its centennial in 2006, but that hasn’t stopped Balboa Island from commemorating its own centennial, which it did Sunday with a plaque dedication ceremony,...

Student Drinking Causes CdM High School to Cancel Homecoming

Corona del Mar High School officials have cancelled the upcoming homecoming dance, pep rally and related activities after a number of students were reportedly intoxicated during the Battle of the...
Posted On 23 Sep 2016

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Biz Buzz: Lifescapes International Brings Joy Through Trees

Trees. They’re all around us, yet all too often we zip by without giving trees a second notice—until you need them for a specific purpose, or until for some inexplicable reason you simply tune in...

Biz Buzz: Faherty Beachwear Store Opens This Week in Lido Marina Village

Lido Marina Village is nearly done with its makeover, and numerous new tenants have been moving into the refreshed village. Add one more to the mix: on August 24, the beach-inspired fashion brand...

Biz Buzz: Alix Hobbs Named New CEO of Crystal Cove Alliance

Crystal Cove Alliance, the nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the resources of Crystal Cove State Park, has named Alix Hobbs as president and CEO. Hobbs brings more than 20 years of...

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On Faith: A “Priceless Luncheon” to End Human Trafficking

  “Most Americans think slavery ended a long time ago, but it’s alive and well today,” keynote speaker Ernie Allen said to over 300 people attending the recent Annual Priceless Luncheon to...

Local Focus: Cops Recount Their Early Days at Historical Society Celebration

Balboa Island’s Historical Society celebrated the island’s 10-carat Diamond Anniversary by honoring the Newport Beach Police Department last Friday evening at the society’s museum on Marine...

Charity Spotlight: Newport Residents Honored at Center Club’s Charity Classic

The Center Club in Costa Mesa is opening its doors to the public on Thursday, Sept. 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. for its 10th Annual Charity Classic that benefits local nonprofit organizations. Dubb...

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Curtain Up: Segerstrom Center’s “Godfather” is an Offer You Can’t Refuse

Often imitated yet never topped, Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 cinematic masterpiece “The Godfather” is considered one of the greatest, most influential films ever made.  The saga of the Corleone family and their rivalry with other New York crime families between 1945 and 1955...

Under Cover: Library Live Hosts Pulitzer-Winning Author

The Newport Beach Public Library Foundation is preparing to kick-off their annual Library Live series, and while always providing patrons with the opportunity to hear from world-class speakers right in their own backyard, this year, the foundation has something extra special up...

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Off the Menu Side Dish: Golden Foodie Award Winners Announced

Awards in two dozen food categories were presented by the OC Restaurant Association to restaurants throughout the county at the fifth annual Golden Foodie Awards, held on Sunday, Sept. 25 at the...

Off the Menu: From Paella to Chowder

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy Which bread plate is mine? Did I grab the wrong water glass? Which fork do I start with? Those are just a few of the dilemmas we’re faced...

Off the Menu Side Dish: Third Time’s the Charm for Wine & Food Festival

If that saying “Third Time’s the Charm” is true, then the third annual Newport Beach Wine & Food Festival that takes place Sept. 29 through Oct. 2 at the Newport Beach Civic Center and in...

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Campus Sports: Lightning Football Returns to Sage Hill School

Lightning football is back at Sage Hill School, however, this year it’s with a twist. After struggling in recent years to have the numbers necessary to safely field a traditional 11-man team, the administration – led by  Athletic Director, Megan Cid – made the decision to move...

Pacifica Christian Girls Volleyball Defeats Carnegie School

Pacifica Christian Girls Volleyball defeated Carnegie School (formerly Riverside Christian) in three straight sets on Wednesday, Aug. 24 to improve to 2-0 in their inaugural year competing at the Varsity level.  The Lady Tritons, led by former Newport Harbor alum and Princeton...

Op/Ed: Voters Should Decide Debt Financing

By Kevin Muldoon / Newport Beach Mayor Pro Tem The same City staff that incurred $281 million dollars in debt service to finance the Civic Center Complex doesn’t want the voters to have a say in the amount of debt financing required for large projects. If you watched the July 26...

Op/Ed: Seven Questions for the City Council Candidates

By Keith Curry / Newport Beach City Councilmember This year will be a critical election for our city. In December, no member of the council will have more than two years of experience, and there have been many issues where the change of a single vote would have had profound...

Letter to the Editor: Mariners’ Mile Vision is Hazy

With very limited parking and a very steep staircase to climb, (at what appeared to be a non ADA compliant location), the residents of Newport Beach did not disappoint to fill the Newport Beach Sea Base Yacht room to attend a Public Workshop for the Mariners’ Mile Revitalization...

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