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Street Sweeping to Fully Resume June 15 in Newport Beach

The City of Newport Beach has announced that street sweeping with parking enforcement will resume June 15 after a temporary suspension that began in...

Newport Chamber CEO Shares Thoughts on Businesses Reopening

Note: It’s been almost a month since the NB Indy checked in with Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Steve Rosansky on...

Dine Specials

Mayur – North Indian Cuisine

NOW OPEN for your dine-in experience! We are excited to welcome you back to the restaurant starting today, May 25th! Your well-being is of utmost...

Business of the Week

Julie Laughton Design Build

A Specialized Approach to Your Custom Home Remodel Julie Laughton has been making remodel dreams come true for over two decades on the Balboa Peninsula and in Corona Del Mar. Her attention to detail results in a seamless process for...

Pacific Symphony Produces Virtual John Williams Movie Music Concert

“Star Wars.” “Raiders of the Lost Arc.” “Jurassic Park.” “Harry Potter.” Those are just some of the film scores composed by John Williams, without a...

Artscapes: An Artistic Afternoon at Sherman Library & Gardens

Sherman Library & Gardens is a hidden oasis that offers a lush respite from all things COVID. Yes, the gardens have reopened, and a...

Off the Menu: Newport Beach Restaurants Begin Reopening for Dine-in Service

It’s official: on Saturday Orange County was approved to reopen restaurants for dine-in service—with certain protocols in place to help protect both employees and...

Memorial Day Weekend Menus To-Go in Newport Beach

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of the summer BBQ season, even though summer doesn’t technically start for a few more weeks. If you’re...

Letters

Out of Great Crises, Heroes are Often Made

It is not a secret that out of great crises, heroes are often made. Out of...

Letter to the Editor: School Board, Everyone Should Collaborate on Alternative Plans

This letter is in regard to the recent decision of a “rotational cycle on and...

Letter to the Editor: A Tree Grew in Brooklyn

The Newport Heights, Balboa Island and Cliffhaven communities have experienced a “tree saving” effort the...

Letter to the Editor: Epidemic of Oversized Residences

Recently, the 1113 Kings Road residential project that was approved for a 12,300-square-foot structure by...

Letter to the Editor: Election Time

Candidates running for office in any election should realize that most people don’t want to...