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DISC Launches Newport Beach Spine Group

Committed to redefining the delivery of spine care, DISC Sports & Spine Center has created a new division within its existing Orange County practice called the Newport Beach Spine Group, which taps the expertise of seven leading spine specialists united by their common goal...

F.A.I.T.H. Resources Opens Local HQ

F. A.I.T.H. Resources, a values and integrity-based recruitment and interim staffing firm specializing in Finance, Accounting, Information Technology and Human Resources, has merged with Advantage Placements, an Irvine-based recruitment firm. The new corporateheadquarterswill...

Hoag Expands HB Health Center

Newport Beach-based Hoag Hospital recently held the grand opening of its newly expanded Hoag Health Center Huntington Beach. More than 1,800 residents of Huntington Beach and community members attended the festivities. Robert T. Braithwaite, Hoag president and CEO, hosted the...

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Campus: Teachers Learn About Volunteer Science Expeditions

The tables were turned this week at Harbor Day School as some of the teachers learned a thing or two about a volunteer opportunity to do some scientific research. About 25 staff members, teachers...
Posted On 27 Feb 2014

Campus: New Private High School Plans NB Campus

Newport Beach will be the home to another high school come Fall 2015. The faith-based, private, college preparatory school, Pacifica Christian High School, announced their plans to join the OC...

Campus: Dancing Among the Stars

The stars will be shining bright on a local high school stage next week. Corona Del Mar High School Orchesis Dance Company will perform their Annual Spring Show March 6-8 at the Newport Harbor...



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Off the Menu: OC Cocktail Week Comes to Newport Beach March 2 – 8

By Christopher Trela and Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy  First we had Newport Beach Restaurant Week, then OC Restaurant Week, which ends March 1. Now comes OC Cocktail Week, running March 2 – 8. Nearly 50 restaurants throughout OC are participating, including seven in Newport...

Under Cover: Book Club Adopts “Orphan Train”

Under Cover Book Club is back in session. I hope you all enjoyed February’s book, “Code Name Verity,” by Elizabeth Wein. Without having to provide too big of a spoiler alert, I absolutely loved how the last chapters made us reexamine the series of events we had accepted as...

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Boaters’ Weather

Ahoy! Snow blanketing our local mountains is unusual this time of the year, but I would have to shovel it to get in the driveway of my Lake Arrowhead cabin, as more snow is expected today, so I will stay home this weekend. Off the mountains, our wet week will continue through...

What to Do in Case of a Tsunami Here

Ahoy! The tragic effects along the coast of Japan from the recent tsunami caused by a massive earthquake are beyond words and belief.  I had been receiving seismic warnings all week long from the Tsunami Warning Center, reporting earthquakes off of Japan.  However, I, as well as...

Tax Increase Is No Solution

The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced its strong opposition to the Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to extend the increased rates for sales, personal income and vehicle license taxes for an additional five years to help balance the state’s $25 billion...

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(Re: “City Eyes Moving Police Station,” NBI, 3/4:) Moving the police headquarters closer to the site of most trouble calls may be helpful but watch out for financial risk in the parallel proposal to contract with Costa Mesa to provide policing services. Personnel costs are nearly...

Lynn’s Spin

Many moons ago when I first began my career in public affairs, one of my mentors used to regularly remind me about the importance of poise and diplomacy by quoting Sen. Barry Goldwater: “To disagree, one doesn’t have to be disagreeable.” Over the years, especially when media...
Posted On 04 Mar 2011