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NBPD Heroes Honored

“Your son is a hero in all of our eyes…” Seemingly trying to hold his own emotions in check, Newport Beach Police Department Chief Jay Johnson directed that powerful sentiment to the mother of slain police officer Bob Henry at the 44th Annual Police Appreciation Breakfast on Thursday,...

Night Work Required for OCSD’s Coast Highway Project

The Orange County Sanitation District’s contractor (Kiewit Construction) on the Newport Force Main Rehabilitation project is working on Pacific Coast Highway near the Newport Boulevard bridge. During construction, crews encountered deeply buried concrete and timber foundations believed to...
Posted On 16 Mar 2015

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Man Rescued From Submerged Car in Back Bay

Newport Beach police rescued a man this week from a partially submerged vehicle in the Back Bay, authorities reported. Police received a call around 11:24 p.m. Monday from a local resident who reported hearing a crash and then people yelling in the area of Back Bay Drive and...

Leaf Blower Investigation Heads to DA

Newport Beach Police Department detectives have finished their investigation into the leaf blower scare at a Newport Beach theater last month and have turned it over to county authorities. The three juveniles were forwarded to Juvenile Probation and the adult was forwarded to the...

Pedestrian Killed While Crossing NB Street

A San Francisco man died over the weekend after being struck by a car in Newport Beach, authorities reported. Mohamad Ahmed Abdelwahhab, 36, was crossing MacArthur Boulevard outside of the crosswalk, just north of the intersection with Von Karman Avenue, shortly before midnight...

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On Faith: Priceless Luncheon to End Human Trafficking

Orange County may sparkle, but behind that façade lies an ugly problem that needs to be recognized, dealt with and stopped. About 350 people learned more about the problem of human trafficking...

Benefit: Newport Philanthropists Honored at Discovery Cube Gala

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy  Science and the Silver Screen joined forces on Sept. 26 for Discovery Cube Orange County’s glamorous Hollywood-themed gala, “Premiere –...

On Faith: Salt Company Parachurch Reunion

A Port Street clubhouse hummed recently with laughter, stories, and photo-taking when 115 friends gathered for the 40th reunion of the Salt Company, a unique parachurch organization. “It was...



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Curtain Up: Spirited Peter Pan Prequel at SCR

Twelve actors in contemporary street clothes wander onto the stage as though arriving at rehearsal and seeing this space for the first time. All that is there are a couple of scaffold-like platforms and a smattering of random set pieces. Way upstage is the exposed back wall of...
Posted On 29 May 2015

Under Cover Book Club Pick for June

As we prepare to turn the page over to a new month, it is once again time for an Under Cover Book Club session to be called to order. After having taken a trip back to the colonial era last month with Nancy Turner’s “My Name is Resolute,” I decided that something a little more...

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Pacific Wine Fest a Symphony of Pleasures

Wine creates a symphony of pleasures for the palate. Pacific Symphony creates a subtle blending of musical pleasures for the soul. So, it’s not surprising that California’s third largest symphony...

Trout Fishing in Newport

“Something’s fishy in Newport Beach,” I told our editorial assistant, Catherine, who’s been filling in for Stasha while our favorite foodie focuses on her starring role in a play in Burbank....

A Lunchtime Safari

“Ready for a trip to Mozambique? I asked our editorial assistant, Catherine, who’s been filling in for Stasha (Stasha has been MIA while she stars in a play in Burbank). “Sure, I’ve been all over...

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CdM Lacrosse Wins Southern Section

For the first time in their history, the CdM Sea Kings lacrosse squad won the Southern Section title on Saturday, coming from behind to defeat Palos Verdes High School, 7-6, before nearly 2,000 spectators in Mission Viejo. The usually boisterous CdM crowd was silenced during the...

Boaters’ Weather

Ahoy! The seas will be pleasant for ocean cruising this weekend with a 2-foot swell from the west and a 2-foot south creating a little mixed set. The winds will be decent for sailing, blowing at 10 to 11 knots from the west, and the morning winds will be coming from the southeast...

Liberal Logic?

Everybody seems to pass “Liberal Logic” around on the web. Since it is on the web, it must be true. These are my own local versions.  Redevelopment Agencies The City Council does not (very wisely I might add) have any redevelopment agency in the city. Therefore the...

Balboa Island Parade Celebrates 20 Years

  What is it about a parade that people love so much? I’ve enjoyed many throughout the world, from Pasadena to Wisconsin to Barcelona, Spain, and it never ceases to amaze me the crowds that will gather to watch one. Big or small, a parade brings smiles to the faces of old...
Posted On 31 May 2013

Legal Wars: California’s Biggest Losers

In its ninth annual survey, Chief Executive Magazine polled 736 CEOs, the largest number ever, about the best and worst states in which to do business. The results should make all of us less than proud–that is, unless you’re a trial lawyer. “The bottom line is that...

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