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Student Drinking Causes CdM High School to Cancel Homecoming

Corona del Mar High School officials have cancelled the upcoming homecoming dance, pep rally and related activities after a number of students were reportedly intoxicated during the Battle of the Bay football game on Sept. 16. CdMHS Principal Kathy Scott made the announcement in a video this...
Posted On 23 Sep 2016

PBS SoCal Premieres Documentary on Henry Segerstrom

He helped develop his family’s lima bean fields into South Coast Plaza, founded the Orange County Performing Arts Center (later renamed the Segerstrom Center for the Arts), donated land for South Coast Repertory, and his lead gifts helped create the Segerstrom Concert Hall and led the expansion...

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City Council Approves Expansion for Lido House Hotel

By Katie Malin | NB Indy The Lido House Hotel received unanimous approval from Newport Beach City Council to expand its hotel square footage. The City Council voted 7-0 this week to approve a 4,745 square-foot expansion for the hotel planned to replace the former City Hall...

Lively Discussion About Mariners’ Mile Master Plan

People packed into the Yacht Room at Newport Sea Base on Pacific Coast Highway Monday night, all concerned with the future of Mariners’ Mile. Newport Beach hosted its first community workshop about the Mariners’ Mile Revitalization Master Plan, part of the city’s effort to...
Posted On 29 Jul 2016

Former Harbormaster Harry Gage Dies

Former Orange County Harbormaster Captain Harry Gage died Saturday at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. He was 74.  He was a longtime fixture in Newport Beach and around the harbor. Gage, a Capistrano Beach resident, was a well-loved member of the Newport Beach community and...

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Serious Menswear at St. Croix

Usually it’s women’s clothing that takes center stage in the fashion world, but for one clothing line, it’s all about the men. St. Croix Shops, a small chain of independently owned men’s...
Posted On 21 May 2013

Business News: Lugano Diamonds and Rim Hospitality

Moti Ferder Appointed to the National Council for the American Film Institute Lugano Diamonds’ President and Design Director, Moti Ferder, has been appointed a Founding Member of the...

Biz Buzz: Personal Chef Biz and Fast Food Pioneer

Fast Food Pioneer John Galardi Newport Beach resident John Galardi, the founder and chairman of Galardi Group, parent company of Wienerschnitzel, The Original Hamburger Stand and Tastee Freez,...

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Farewell to Longtime Newport Arts Supporter Wendy Brooks

Longtime Newport Beach resident and arts supporter Wendy Brooks died unexpectedly in her home last month. She was 75. Wendy was born in Los Angeles and attended University High School. She went...

Wine Tasting Benefit Nets Record Amount for The Wooden Floor

At the 10th Anniversary of The Wooden Floor’s “Keep the Promise” Wine Tasting Benefit at Big Canyon Country Club, more than 300 supporters enjoyed tastes of a dozen of the best wines in the world...

Discovery Cube’s Wild West Gala Raises $1M for Science Education

More than 350 Orange County philanthropists, business and community leaders gathered on Saturday, September 24 for Discovery Cube’s ‘Wild West at the Cube’ annual gala, which commemorated the...



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Artists Wanted for Newport Art Exhibition

The Newport Beach City Arts Commission invites artists to participate in the 52nd Annual Newport Beach Art Exhibition to be held on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at the Newport Beach Civic Center. For over 50 years, the Newport Beach City Arts Commission has recognized the talent and...

New Novel a Cure for “Downton Abbey” Withdrawals

What does one do when the enchantment of the English countryside, once so readily available via weekly trips to Downton Abbey is no longer being piped into our homes? According to the Washington Post, the “cure for your Downton Abbey withdrawals” is the Under Cover Book Club pick...

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The Winery on The Water

Chef and restaurateur Yvon Goetz captures joie de vivre through his food at the restaurant’s new Mariner’s Mile location. By Allison Hata | Photos by Jody Tiongco Some may find it unusual that...

Off the Menu: Dining Local for OC Restaurant Week

  By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale Newport Beach Restaurant Week has barely ended, yet another restaurant week is here: OC Restaurant Week, with some 100 restaurants around...

Off the Menu Special: Food and Wine are Perfect Pairings at Charity Events

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale Food and wine are perfectly paired with philanthropy at two charity events coming up next month. One is focused on vino, the other on cuisine....

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Musings on Fire Rings and Smoke

Having lived near the harbor and spent most of my working and spare time on the water, I have a lifetime of precious memories. My Mom and Dad met in high school and spent the majority of their spare time sailing and boating in and out of the harbor. We were raised boating, raised...

Memories of Buddy Ebsen in Newport Harbor

I wrote months ago about my fascination with the high speeds achieved by sailing catamarans following my 1959 sail aboard an 18-foot Catalina catamaran on Huntington Lake with Tom Schock and his Thistle crew after their winning the National Thistle Championships. Bill Schock...

Advocating for Newport’s Quality of Life

Whether you grew up in this town or have lately arrived, it is heart-lifting each time you drive down Newport Boulevard, Jamboree or MacArthur and catch that first glimpse of the Pacific. Newport Beach is a great town to live in. Keeping it that way is the responsibility of our...

General Plan Amendment Will Cost Newport Taxpayers Millions Each Year

As you may have heard, on July 8 the Newport Beach City Council will consider placing on the November ballot a measure amending the General Plan – a plan that voters adopted, after extensive outreach and input, in 2006. The proposed amendment would reduce allowable development in...

Property Rights on July 4th

Today is the 4th of July. It’s the day we celebrate America’s independence from England. Angered by the Stamp Act, the Intolerable Acts and the list of grievances in the Declaration of Independence, American patriots fought for freedom. At that time, England was ruled by arguably...