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Residents Drill Their Emergency Skills

More than 100 residents tested their emergency preparedness skills over the weekend with the help of some professionals at a local fire station. Newport Beach Fire Department’s Community Emergency Response Team held their semiannual “Drill the Skills” event on Saturday at NBFD...

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Local Democrat Joins Congressional Race Democrat Dr. Suzanne Savary, retired professor and co-founder and former president of the Newport Beach Women‘s Democratic Club, announced her candidacy this week in the 48th District Congressional race to unseat Dana Rohrabacher. “I...

Just Desserts at ‘Dessert Lab’

The name The Dessert Lab is most deceiving, but in a very good way. It’s where you go to get your sugar fix or even a healthier alternative, but once inside, find so much more. Healthy breakfast? Check. Scrumptious homemade cheesecake? Check. Amazing gourmet Italian coffees and...
Posted On 10 Apr 2014

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Communities: Farmers & Merchants Bank Hosts Grand Opening Celebration

A dazzling Roaring 20s-themed affair, complete with vintage cars, a red carpet lined with clamoring paparazzi and old-fashioned newsboys, jazz music and torch singers, and scrumptious appetizers...

On Faith: Slavery a Hot Topic at Mariners Christian School Luncheon

“There are over 27,000,000 slaves worldwide, more than any other point in history, ” Christine Caine said to more than 100 women attending the Mariners Christian School’s Ladies Luncheon at the...

Lynn’s Spin: Taking to the KOCI Radio Waves

Life is funny sometimes. Opportunities are gained or lost. Dreams are realized or released. People come and go in and out of our lives, they ebb and flow in an unexpected juxtaposition of...
Posted On 31 Jan 2014



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Under Cover: Celebrating Black History Month

Every February, our nation celebrates Black History Month. It’s a time when we can look back and admire those influential African-Americans who, in myriad ways, have helped to shape the world as we know it. Sandwiched between the presidential long weekends, and the passing out of...

Off the Menu: The Wizard of Food

By Christopher Trela and Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy Valentine’s Day is on the minds of diners, but we found a menu you’ll love well into February. Executive Chef Ross Pangilinan of Leatherby’s Café Rouge at Segerstrom Center for the Arts loves to create themed menus for the...

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Boaters’ Weather

Ahoy! Beautiful weather this week as we cruise into the weekend with slightly cooler air temperatures, but nothing compared to the weather systems that are causing flooding along the East Coast – and tornadoes.  The Great Lakes region just dug out from a winter storm this...

Foundation Gives $10K to HS Teams

Representatives from local high school sailing teams received a $10,000 grant from the Newport Harbor Sailing Foundation (NHSF). Pictured here are team members from Corona del Mar, Newport Harbor, Sage and Mater Dei high school sailing teams. The NHSF grant will help cover travel...

Give the Environment a Sporting Chance

  You’ve heard it before, but I’m going to say it again; reduce, reuse, recycle. With the political season over, I can’t help but comment about a political issue near and dear to my heart.  Sure we can debate back and forth about don’t ask don’t tell, tax cuts, the national...

Done!

By Roger Bloom | NB Induy   Saturday morning at the Muth Interpretive Center, national and local notables will gather to cut a ribbon and mark the long-awaited completion of the Back Bay dredging project. The 10-year, $47 million project moved 2.3 million cubic yards of...

The More Things Change…

    Election Day has come and gone, and what have we learned? Things are good in California.  Things are good in Orange County.  Most of all, things are good in Newport Beach. Change happens when people are not happy and look at how things changed (not the Obama kind of...