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Philanthropist Henry Segerstrom of Newport Beach Dies at 91

Newport Beach resident, real-estate developer and philanthropist Henry T. Segerstrom, who helped develop his family’s lima bean fields into South Coast Plaza and founded the Orange County Performing Arts Center (later renamed the Segerstrom Center for the Arts), died on Friday, Feb. 20 after a brief illness. He was 91. Segerstrom was born into a Swedish immigrant family who came to Orange...

Fire Ring Debate Rekindled

The Newport Beach fire ring debate is heating up again, with residents asked to weigh in with their opinions on several fire ring proposals. On Tuesday, Feb. 17, City Manager Dave Kiff stood in front of an overflow crowd of more than 100 residents who had gathered at the old city council chambers on the Balboa Peninsula for a Town Hall meeting to summarize the status of the fire rings....



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Restaurant Biz Campaign Serves Success

The Summer Marketing Campaign for Dine Newport Beach (DineNB.com) is on its way to achieving its goals, according to a presentation at the Newport Beach Restaurant Association’s Board of Directors meeting last month. Dine Newport Beach is a...

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News from around Newport Beach.   CA Supreme Court to Review Banning Ranch Project On Aug. 19, the California Supreme Court agreed to review the Banning Ranch project. California’s 4th District Court of Appeal recently decided to uphold the...

Leaf Blower Suspects Questioned

Police are interviewing four suspects related to a leaf blower disturbance at a Newport Beach theater. The group is suspected to involved with an incident over the weekend at Edwards Big Newport 6 movie theater where a group of people entered a...
Posted On 14 Aug 2015

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Charity Spotlight: Angels Baseball Legends Hit a Home Run for Literacy

As a collaborative effort to promote literacy, Newport Beach-based The Literacy Project teamed up with Angels Baseball and Angels Alumni Association to host 100 second grade students at the second annual “Readers in the Outfield” event held in May at the Diamond Club in Angel Stadium. Over...

On Faith: Women of Vision’s 25th Anniversary Celebration

“As I look around this room, I see the faces of women who have quite literally changed the world and I am genuinely humbled in your presence,” said Reneé Stearns at the recent Women of Vision 25th Anniversary Celebration. “For a quarter of a century, in partnership with World Vision, you...

Credit Union May Move Into Empty Retail Space in Library

A credit union may move into an empty retail space on the second story of the Newport Beach main library. The Board of Library Trustees discussed the vacant area across from Bistro 24 on the second floor expansion of the library during their meeting last week. Staff proposed the board recommend...
Posted On 28 May 2015



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Under Cover: Soldier and Canine Profiled in ‘Until Tuesday’

Those of you who read the Under Cover Book Club selection for January, “We are Called to Rise,” by Laura McBride, will remember meeting specialist Luis Rodriguez-Reyes.  Luis, a young soldier, experienced the unthinkable while serving in the Middle East, and came home with the...

Curtain Up: ‘Nice Work’ Gets a Raise at Segerstrom Center

Touring in a Broadway show? Nice work if you can get it. A handful of young singer-dancers did get nice work, as evidenced by the popular touring production of “Nice Work If You Can Get It” that comes to Segerstrom Center for the Arts March 17 – 22. The show ran on Broadway...

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Wonderfully Sweet Treats

For all our readers with a penchant for cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, cakes, and a weakness for all things wonderlicious, news of the latest sweet treat on the street is out: Wonderland Bakery is...

Going Greek

It’s Greek to me. That was my first thought when Stasha and I decided to go to dinner prior to attending the opening night performance of the hit musical Mamma Mia at Segerstrom Center for the...

What’s Haute for Summer BBQ

Summer officially begins next week, which means local restaurants are adjusting their menus, launching weekly barbecue events, and concocting new and creative libations to fit the season. For ...

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A Couple of Taxing Issues Land in the Inbox

Ahoy! I received an email from a loyal reader who is thinking of buying a new yacht to take his family out on the water this summer. In his email, he asked me if a boat salesperson has to be licensed in California, because he is also looking at boats in other states where the...

End of the Year Politics

I savor the week between Christmas and the end of the year. We regularly attend a New Year’s retreat, where we discuss the issues of the day between strolls among the sand dunes of Monterey Bay, so I spend the days before we leave storing Christmas ornaments and sorting out the...

Reflection on 2012: What I Will Miss

I have been getting rid of things the last two weeks like old newspapers, financial statements, pictures, magazines, clothes, and a host of other things so I can start the year fresh and organized. I have also been thinking about local restaurants, and people I will miss this...

Taking a Tip from Teddy

One of the things I love about living in Newport Beach is how civic-minded our community is. It seems like everyone I know or meet is involved with some organization devoted to leaving this world a better place than they found it.  Our citizens express their humanity through...
Posted On 14 Dec 2012

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