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Teaching the Wrong Lesson

  As Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar wrap up their football regular seasons tonight, the purity and honesty of high school and collegiate sports is in serious jeopardy. Not from anything the local students and coaches are doing, mind you. But those CdM and NHHS players who...

Angels Golf, Still Seek a Hall-in-One

  By Brian Lichterman | Sports Editor   On Wednesday, the Angels hosted their annual Angels Baseball Foundation Golf Classic at the Pelican Hill Golf Club, to benefit the foundation’s mission to serve youth organizations in the local community. Alumni of various seasons...

101 Ways to Thank a Veteran, Every Day

Yesterday was Veterans Day. Originally named Armistice Day, it was meant to be recognized on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month – the date and time that the armistice ending World War I went into effect. World War I was known for a while as “the war to...




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A Special Graduate

Graduations are exciting times and meaningful milestones for the graduates, their families, friends and faculty. The special celebrations and congratulations acknowledge how hard every graduate...

Safe Driving for Senior Citizens

Safe driving is important at any age, particularly so for the senior driver. The city put on a Mobility Expo, an event for the mature driver, at OASIS Senior Center on Wednesday. The event...
Posted On 24 Jun 2011

Give the Gift of Music to Wounded Warriors

Newport Sunrise Rotary Club member Laura Dietz is on a mission to collect each and every unwanted and unused musical instrument she can find in our good city, to help bring the healing gift of...
Posted On 24 Jun 2011

Stepping Out

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Mardi Gras-by-the-Bay

With Mardi Gras coming March 8, and the likelihood of going to Carnival slim-to-none, I realized the only way to celebrate the holiday was with some New Orleans-inspired fare. Mardi Gras, which means “Fat Tuesday,” actually refers to the last night of eating rich,...

Newport Celebrates Read Across America Day

The National Association of Education’s annual Read Across America Day is observed in schools and libraries nationwide this week. The actual day is March 2nd, which is in honor on Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Dr. Seuss was born Theodore Geisel in Springfield, Mass., in 1904. He attended...

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