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Newport Beach Police Department Reacts to Dallas Tragedy

Following the ambush shooting in Dallas that left five police officers dead and several more injured, law enforcement agencies around the country are showing their support in a number of ways. Flags at the Newport Beach Police Department were at half-mast and officers wore mourning bands on...
Posted On 14 Jul 2016

Ben Did Go: Statue Honoring Fallen Lifeguard Ben Carlson Unveiled

Just steps away from the spot where he made his last rescue exactly two years ago, a larger than life statue of the fallen Newport Beach lifeguard Ben Carlson was unveiled Wednesday, forever watching over the sand and water he cared so deeply for. More than 1,000 friends, family members,...
Posted On 07 Jul 2016

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Traffic Studies and Solutions for PCH, Mariner’s Mile

Traffic along Pacific Coast Highway, specifically in Mariner’s Mile, was discussed in depth Newport Beach City Council members, city staff, and county transportation officials. During the Council’s study session on Tuesday, the Orange County Transportation Authority gave a...
Posted On 26 May 2016

Fight Over Newport Heights Underground Utilities Rages On

A petition to establish assessment districts for undergrounding utility lines in a Newport Heights neighborhood will move forward, following a particularly rancorous hearing at this week’s Newport Beach City Council meeting. The City Council’s 4-1 vote was a victory for the...

Temporary Anchorage off Lido Isle Gets Green Light

Boaters in Newport Bay will be able to enjoy a temporary anchorage northwest of Lido Isle this summer, following the Newport Beach City Council’s decision this week to approve the trial. This is the second time in the last year that the city has tried out the 4.85-acre anchorage,...

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New Angle for Triangle Square Newport Beach-based Greenlaw Partners has begun a $25 million upgrade and rebranding of its Triangle Square property in Costa Mesa, the OC Business Journal reported....

Newport Gamer’s Big Score

So how do you get more than 28,000 people invest $1.4 million in your business project? You might want to ask Newport Beach video game developer Brian Fargo.  That’s what just happened to him...

How Do You Compare to Your Competition?

No matter what field or business you are in you have competition. That does not necessarily mean you have competitors, and this is not just semantics; it’s a state of mind and a reflection of how...
Posted On 13 Jan 2012

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Charity Spotlight: NB Police Association Foundation Hosts Annual Golf Tournament

Get ready to tee off for a great cause when the Newport Beach Police Association Charitable Foundation hosts its annual Golf Classic on Monday, September 12, 2016. The event, held at Big Canyon...

Residents Sound Off About Bonita Canyon Pickleball Courts

Concerns, comments and ideas from both sides of the net were discussed this week during a meeting about the potential pickleball courts at Bonita Canyon Sports Park. The Parks, Beaches and...
Posted On 09 Sep 2016

Newport’s Longtime Urban Forester Retires

John Conway, longtime urban forester for the city of Newport Beach, retired Friday. He has been with the city for 23 years and has served in government for 44 years. “I’ve enjoyed it,” Conway...
Posted On 09 Sep 2016



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“Mormon” Preaches Irreverent Musical Gospel at Segerstrom Center

It’s irreverent, controversial and outrageously funny. It’s also been hailed by the New York Times as “The best musical of the century.” The winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, “The Book of Mormon” is one of the biggest blockbuster Broadway shows this decade. It’s...

Under Cover: Watery Tale of William Mulholland Flows to Newport Library

During this time of severe drought, Californians know better than ever the importance of our water supply. We have all (hopefully) done our part to conserve, reducing our shower time and watering sparingly. Do we, however, really ever pause to consider how exactly our water comes...

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Off the Menu: Garden Fusion Dining & Flavors of Baja

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy Garden Fusions Dinner Earlier this year, Sherman Library & Gardens launched a monthly Garden Fusions dinner series that has become...

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...

Off the Menu: Pizza and Oysters and Wine (Oh my!)

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy They don’t have a tasting room and technically are not open to the public, but Newport Beach Vineyards and Winery has become known as the...

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Sailing Seminars

Last Saturday I spent the day at a sailing seminar at Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club with Peter Haynes as the instructor. The topics covered were sail theory, shape and trim, the basic aerodynamics, rig tuning, and using your telltales. Included were steering, crew position, tacking...

Baja HaHa

For the last 45 years, I’ve had the pleasure of boating in and out of Newport Harbor with the love of my life, Judy. Besides being a wonderful wife and successfully raising our two children (who have become model adults and parents), she’s a whole lot of fun on a boat. Fishing...

Baseball Not So Good To Me

* A Cone Clone Those of you in Newport Beach have probably noticed all the road construction that has closed and taken over many of our busiest streets such as Dover, 17th Street and the Pacific Coast Highway. Where you turn left from the Westcliff area onto Dover there are...

Grass Roots Democracy: The American Way

Last summer, after Hoag Hospital announced it was ending elective abortion on the heels of its affiliation with St. Joseph, I wrote a flurry of columns about why this was a terrible decision. The words I wrote upset some at Hoag and in the community. Others, including some of...

Op/Ed: Let’s Keep our Communities Safe

By Keith Curry | Newport Beach Councilmember  “The most dangerous social experiment of our generation.” That is how Newport Beach Police Chief Jay Johnson describes the state “realignment” program to release state prisoners back to local jails and supervised community release....

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