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Hoag, State Reach Agreement Regarding Abortion Ban

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and the California Attorney General’s office have come to an agreement regarding a controversial issue concerning women’s health that began about a year ago. The hospital may continue to ban elective...
Posted On 10 Apr 2014

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...

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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...

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Charity Spotlight: Literacy Project Knows “What Dreams Are Made Of”

  Reading and literacy took center stage at the Literacy Project Foundation’s annual fundraising luncheon, “What Dreams Are Made Of,” at Big Canyon Country Club. The event drew 275 guests and raised $70,000, double the amount of the previous year. Tourbillon Boutique and OMEGA were title...

Homes Light Up for the Holidays

Many residents have gone above and beyond when it comes to decorating during the holiday season. Life-size gingerbread houses, adventurous penguins and creative Christmas trees adorn just a few of the homes of some Newport Beach residents. It’s all part of the Ring of Lights house decorating...
Posted On 13 Dec 2013

Indy Guide to the Christmas Boat Parade

A Newport Beach holiday tradition returns on December 18 when the 105th Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade sets sail for the first of five nights, with dozens of decorated vessels slowly cruising the perimeter of Newport Harbor under the delighted gaze of several hundred thousand onlookers....



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Off the Menu Special: New Year’s Eve Dining in Newport Beach

By Christopher Trela and Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy What are you doing New Year’s Eve? We have a few suggestions courtesy of some of our favorite Newport Beach restaurants.  BALBOA BAY RESORT The Balboa Bay Resort has several ways to ring in the New Year in style. The First...

Off the Menu: Best Newport Beach Dining Experiences of 2013

By Christopher Trela and Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy “Pizza at Barone, and gnocchi at Sliding Door, risotto at Andrea, the burger at ARC, that steak at A Restaurant was better than good, these are a few of our favorite foods.” Yes, we’re singing about food, and it’s an upbeat...

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Navigating the Harbor Entrance

  Ahoy! Over the weekend, as I mentioned in my column last Friday, our local American Legion Post 291 hosted the Sail for the Blind and Visually Impaired that was organized by the Women’s Ocean Racing and Sailing Association.  I want to personally tip my Captain’s hat and...

Lightening Takes 2nd in Tourney

  The Newport Lightning Basketball Club’s 14u 8th grade team continued its strong fall season finishing runner-up in the Swoosh Aloha Challenge at Long Beach Poly High School last weekend. The Lightning beat South Bay Dream Team 39-26 and OCBC 47-35 in pool play to...

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  Too many Californians are without jobs and have been for much too long. According to US Labor Department June estimates, 2.24 million Californians are out of work, an increase of 27,600 jobless Californians compared to May. At 12.3 percent, the unemployment rate in...

Just Some Harmless Fun

  One of my favorite former Newport Beach mayors closed escrow on a Las Vegas condo last week.  He was going there so much (but only for the shows and wonderful restaurants, of course), he figured why not have a second home there? About the same time, I was wrapping up a...