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Friday Morning Report

A quick look at the things that made news this week in Newport Beach: • City Council unanimously approved to send a letter to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife objecting to the state’s plan to attempt to collect fees from joggers and hikers in the Back Bay. Signs...

Summer Construction Comes to CdM

By Amy Senk | Corona del Mar Today Construction is underway at Jamboree and San Joaquin Hills roads, and Southern California Edison crews are working along San Joaquin and Marguerite Avenue. And a major city project that could disrupt Corona del Mar traffic for an entire year is...

Medi-RX Pharmacy Moves to Port Plaza

By Amy Senk | Corona del Mar Today The Medi-RX pharmacy has moved, reopening in the Port Plaza building at 2865 East Coast Highway. A sign in the window of its former location at 2700 East Coast Highway announced the move. Michele Agopian, who works for the family-owned business,...

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Local Photographer Puts Nature on Display at ENC

After a long career of delivering babies, retired doctor Charles Weinberg now finds his passion in photography. A collection of this “serious amateur” photographer’s work is now on display at the...
Posted On 05 Apr 2013

Incredible Edible Park

Teenagers from a local charitable organization gardened and gleaned over the weekend to help feed the needy in Orange County. There were 10 high school sophomores from the Newport Mesa chapter of...
Posted On 01 Apr 2013

Dancing Through Time

Instead of “springing forward,” a group of dance students will turn back the clocks next week and dance their way through history. Corona del Mar High School’s Orchesis Dance Company will perform...
Posted On 01 Apr 2013

Stepping Out

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Artscapes: South Coast Repertory Unveils 50th Season

Seems impossible, but it’s true: South Coast Repertory has announced its 50th season, which begins in late August with the landmark play “Death of a Salesman,” and ends next June with “Tartuffe” by Moliere. Inbetween will be a mix of familiar works...

Curtain Up: “Catch Me If You Can” Soars Into Segerstrom Center

Start the engines and keep your seatbelt fastened! There’s a rollicking romp of a true crime tale coming your way, one that has captured the imaginations – and hearts – of audiences everywhere. And while it’s often said you can’t make this stuff up, that’s exactly...

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A Not-So-Short Course on Flag Etiquette

  Ahoy! Wow, last my column last week (“Waterfront Land Use: Where Is the Boating Community’s Voice?, NB Indy, Aug. 20) stirred up an influx of emails to my inbox, but once again, I have yet to see those in the marine industry go on record with letters to the editor. An...

Surfin’ Safari

  With heavy surf rolling in Tuesday, Indy Sports Editor Brian Lichterman took his camera and took a tour of Peninsula surf spots to document the action. Here is his photo report:     surf1: Skimboarders look on as bodyboarders get peeling lefts south of the Balboa...

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