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Run, Hide, Fight: Residents Learn Active Shooter Response Options

Following the recent shooting attacks in Tunisia and Arizona, a group of residents and business owners gathered for a timely presentation from police. About 40 people attended the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce’s Networking Luncheon Speaker Series at the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club on...
Posted On 20 Mar 2015

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,...

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NBPD Officer Injured in Traffic Collision With Tree

A Newport Beach Police Department officer was injured over the weekend in a single vehicle collision with a tree, authorities reported. Police received a call around 2:14 p.m. Sunday about an accident on Jamboree Road, near the San Joaquin Hills Road intersection, according to...

Young Adult Authors Host Library Discussion

The Newport Beach Public Library invites teenage readers to meet authors Jennifer Niven and Nicole Yoon on Sept. 12 at 3 p.m. in the Central Library Friends Room, 1000 Avocado Ave. Author Jennifer Niven introduces her debut novel in Young Adult fiction with her new book “All the...

Newport Physician Convicted of Tax Evasion

A Newport Beach physician was convicted this week of tax evasion after prosecutors accused him of embezzling $220,000 from a charitable hospital fund, authorities reported. Bruce Allan Hagadorn, 56, was convicted of tax evasion Monday after he failed to file personal and business...
Posted On 04 Sep 2015

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On Faith: Max Lucado to Speak at St. Andrew’s Oct. 7

Richard Kannwischer, Lead Pastor at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, invites the community to hear Max Lucado on Wednesday, Oct. 7. “I think it’s great that it’s free because it’s an event...

On Faith: EQ Workshop at Mariners Church Sept. 19

Do you want to understand why you do some of the things you do? Would you like to have better relationships? If so, then you may want to improve your EQ by attending the upcoming EQ Workshop at...

Communities: Synthetic ‘Field of Dreams’ at Bonita Creek Park

If you build it, they will come…and use the new synthetic fields recently installed at Bonita Creek Park. The city of Newport Beach this week unveiled the new artificial turf, which took about...



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Under Cover: “Saluting Grandpa” with Honor Flight for Memorial Day

As we ready to fire up the grills for Memorial Day (with children everywhere excitedly reminding their parents that there will be no school on Monday), I began to search for a book that might be appropriate to profile this week. I wanted something that honored our veterans, spoke...

Under Cover: Stan Lee is a ‘Marvel’ at 92

It is no secret that when it comes to the big screen, anything stamped with the name Marvel is sure to become box office gold. As kids (and their parents) throng to see films like the just released “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” interest in comic books and graphic novels is again on...

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A Small Chocolate World

Valentine’s Day is drawing near, and what better way to celebrate the occasion than with chocolate. Lots of chocolate. A room full of chocolate. I’m always ready to dive into a chocolate treat....

Sneaky Health Food at SOL

What do you call cuisine that looks decadent, tastes scrumptious, yet is actually good for you? Stealth Health. That’s chef Deborah Schneider’s catch phrase to describe many of the dishes on her...

Clear Your Palate: Restaurant Week Opens Today

We love dining out in Newport Beach, especially when it means trying new restaurants or sampling new menus at our favorite culinary haunts. There’s no better time to do this than during Newport...

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Angels: Time to Panic

Sometimes ignorance is bliss! Torii Hunter is “not concerned.” GM Jerry Dipoto says, “Too early to panic.” Manager Mike Scioscia always has excuses well scripted over the last ten years. The fans disagree. Make no mistake: The Angels’ problems are...

Special Report: The Farallones Tragedy

Last week, San Francisco Yacht Club ran its 107th annual Farallones Race, a challenging day race out past the Golden Gate Bridge, around the Farallon Islands, and then back into San Francisco Bay.  Like our own Ensenada Race, the Farallones Race is a very popular regional sailing...

A Compassionate Calling

This Sunday we’ll be heading to Santa Ana for a grand Fiesta in support of the St. Francis Home, a retirement community run by the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception. This is our third year attending the fundraiser at the women-only retirement home where my 95 year...
Posted On 13 Apr 2013

Political Potpourri

Since everyone else in NB Indy seems to do this, I thought I would take my shot at random thoughts of the day. The Taj Ma-City-Hall This is just too easy to pick on. Both City Halls are closed as you read this for moving week. They hope to open in their opulence next Thursday,...

Fish Stories

There is a story about a young student who, pressured by his parents to go to law school, rebelled by never going to class. So the professor of his International Law class was surprised when he showed up for the final exam. He began to write furiously and continued long after all...
Posted On 07 Apr 2013