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City Council Approves Expansion for Lido House Hotel

By Katie Malin | NB Indy The Lido House Hotel received unanimous approval from Newport Beach City Council to expand its hotel square footage. The City Council voted 7-0 this week to approve a 4,745 square-foot expansion for the hotel planned to replace the former City Hall Complex located at...

Lively Discussion About Mariners’ Mile Master Plan

People packed into the Yacht Room at Newport Sea Base on Pacific Coast Highway Monday night, all concerned with the future of Mariners’ Mile. Newport Beach hosted its first community workshop about the Mariners’ Mile Revitalization Master Plan, part of the city’s effort to improve the stretch...
Posted On 29 Jul 2016

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Balboa Peninsula Bistro Working to Re-Open After Blaze

A popular Balboa Peninsula restaurant is working to re-open its doors after a fire closed it down over the weekend. “Ho Sum Bistro has suffered a serious fire and will be closed until further notice,” owner Ed O’Neill wrote on the restaurant’s website. “Damage to the restaurant...
Posted On 24 Jun 2016

City Starts Effort to Improve Bike Safety Around Schools

In response to a young boy recently being hit and killed while riding his bike near his school, Newport  Heights Elementary, city officials moved forward this week with an effort to improve bike safety around schools and other key areas. Newport Beach City Council unanimously...
Posted On 17 Jun 2016

Council Discusses Possible Pumpout Program

Mooring permit holders may soon see a free or discounted mobile pumpout service offered through the city as part of a pilot program discussed by Newport Beach City Council this week. Staff presented the idea of a vessel sewage pumpout program for mooring permittees duri...
Posted On 17 Jun 2016

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Lido Village Artisan Market debuts on Sunday, January 20

Fans of the Newport Beach Farmers’ Market that takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday in Lido Village will find expanded offerings starting this weekend when the Lido Village...

Biz Buzz: Vintage Hair Styles for a Modern World

Stepping through the entrance of Vintage Hair Salon on Coast Highway is like suddenly being transported back to a 1940s beauty parlor. Period salon accessories are scattered throughout the small...

Local Entrepreneur Takes Charge

That entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Jeffrey Maganis. He quit his steady company job two years ago and took a leap of faith on his own business. “I love the idea that you can pave...
Posted On 22 Dec 2012

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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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Artscapes: Countdown to Newport Beach Film Festival

More than 50,000 moviegoers are expected to pack local cinema houses this month to view the nearly 400 films that comprise the 2016 Newport Beach Film Festival, which runs April 21 – 28. The Festival opens on Thursday, April 21, with the world premiere of “After the Reality”...

Singing ‘Cinderella’ Comes to Segerstrom Center

Known for such classic musicals as “South Pacific” and “The Sound of Music,” Rodgers and Hammerstein also created a musical especially for television: “Cinderella,” which aired on March 31, 1957. It starred Julie Andrews and was watched by more than 100 million viewer...

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A Tour of Tastes

From the first sip to the final bite, explore the latest in culinary trends tailored for the coastal palate. By Bria Balliet, Kirsti Correa and Linda Domingo Crafting the perfect meal takes care...

Off the Menu: Preparing our Palates for Restaurant Week

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale One of our favorite times of the year is almost here: Newport Beach Restaurant Week, which has expanded from one week to two this year (Jan. 19 –...

Off the Menu Special: Café Rouge Serves Kinky Menu for ‘Kinky Boots’

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale. It’s no secret that we’re fans of Leatherby’s Café Rouge at Segerstrom Center. Last week, we caught a performance of the musical “Kinky Boots” and...

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Calling All Anglers

While some of the previous days have reminded us that “June Gloom” is not just a slogan, some of our days had sunshine. We received a call from the Isthmus at Catalina two Saturdays ago and the weather couldn’t have been better. The water was warming up and the Bass were biting....

Mayor Shows Support for NB Water Polo

Nearly 200 young water polo athletes got some civic support Wednesday when the mayor stopped by their summer season kick-off event to encourage them for the upcoming Junior Olympics. Mayor Keith Curry spoke to the Newport Beach Water Polo club at the pool at Newport Harbor High...
Posted On 03 Jun 2013

Property Rights on July 4th

Today is the 4th of July. It’s the day we celebrate America’s independence from England. Angered by the Stamp Act, the Intolerable Acts and the list of grievances in the Declaration of Independence, American patriots fought for freedom. At that time, England was ruled by arguably...

Lynn’s Spin: Tales of an American Granddaughter

Like most Americans, I come from a family of proud immigrants. My grandmother’s family made the harrowing trip across the Atlantic from Ireland in the late 1800’s and opened the Murray Baking Company in Los Angeles. As a kid I remember the story of my great- grandfather, having...
Posted On 03 Jul 2014

Middle of the Night

* During the first campaign of President Obama in 2008, Hillary Clinton ran an ad asking who you would prefer to be in charge in event of an emergency phone call in the middle of the night. Her ad ultimately became a reality with all the recent crises in the U.S. government the...

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