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Biz Buzz: Russo and Steele Auto Auction Returns to Newport June 19 – 21

Last June, the Russo and Steele Newport Beach Collector Automobile Auction rolled into Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and became an instant success, with 300 cars up for bid over two days and generating over $6 million in sales (including a...
Posted On 16 Jun 2014

Witness: Jogger Struck and Killed Thursday Evening in CdM

A jogger was struck and killed on Coast Highway in Corona del Mar around 9:30 p.m. Thursday, according to witness reports. The incident happened on a stretch of highway between Morning Canyon Road and Poppy Avenue. NB Indy editor Christopher...

Council Denies Appeal of Echo Beach Modifications

Newport Beach City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to deny the appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision that found the modified plans for  Echo Beach (formerly Seashore Village) project are in substantial conformance. The original project,...
Posted On 12 Jun 2014

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Local Filmmaker Keeps Hollywood Alive in Newport

Hollywood is just a concept—merely a place in the mind. That’s the opinion of Newport Beach-based writer-director-producer Joshua Colover, president and CEO of award-winning Aperture Films. Aperture is one of nearly 350 entertainment companies doing “show” business in our coastal communities,...

Gardening Without Guesswork: Spring Gardening Made Easy

By Tom Snyder | Special to the NB Indy Did we have winter this year? Not really. But winter or not, it’s time to transition our gardens to spring. This is always a great time of year — there’s a colorful new plant palette to choose from at the change of each season. But nothing beats the glory...

On Faith: Celebrating Temple Bat Yahm’s 40th Anniversary

“Temple Bat Yahm began as a dream of eight families who wanted to establish a spiritual home for Jews in Newport Beach and the surrounding areas,” explained Rabbi Gersh Zyblerman, Senior Rabbi at Temple Bat Yahm (TBY) “It has really developed into a thriving place of Jewish living and Jewish...



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Under Cover: Author Mona Simpson brings ‘Casebook’ to Newport Library March 27

We all have a little bit of a snoop buried somewhere deep inside us. While we might not go so far as to bug a phone, or go searching for our sister’s diary, most of us love a juicy story, and how many can honestly say that if said diary was left in plain sight we wouldn’t sneak a...

Curtain Up: “I Love Lucy” is a Waaahh-nderful Show at Segerstrom Center

By Mona Shah-Anderson | NB Indy We all still love Lucy! Everybody’s got a favorite “I Love Lucy” episode. For me, when I was growing up and watching it in re-runs, it was the Vitameatavegamin episode (if you’re a fan, you know it). One of my earliest...

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OCC Flagship Rounds a Southern Milestone

Ahoy! There is one part of the seven seas that is especially not for the faint hearted, and few sailors have attempted to sail these waters that are known as the most dangerous and roughest in the world.  It is a huge challenge for sailors, but presently a sailboat from Newport...

Boaters’ Weather

Ahoy! As the small weather system leaves the Southland, the cold air temperatures continue though the weekend.  We will have daytime air temperatures in the low to mid-60s with the nights dipping to the low 50s. The mostly sunny skies allow the heat to escape in outer space,...

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...