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  • Corona del Mar Today: Trustees suggest second story for library/fire station

    The Newport Beach Board of Library trustees Monday told an architect that they want to consider adding a second story to the new Corona del Mar library branch building. "What's wrong with adding a second story?" asked Trustee Eleanor Palk. "It's...
  • Russian immigrant siblings start framing business in Costa Mesa

    Russian immigrant siblings start framing business in Costa Mesa
    Olya Bagby arranged the pictures in the shadow box. The photos are dark, except for the spotlight on her. The mementos depict her last ballet performance before she left Russia on a path that led to owning a framing business in Costa Mesa. In 2004,...
  • Making the stage a home is SCR scenic designer's specialty

    Making the stage a home is SCR scenic designer's specialty
    If Tony Fanning could get a roof over the head of Forrest Gump and the president of the United States, then three squabbling Cape Cod sisters should pose little problem. Fanning, the scenic designer for South Coast Repertory's new play, "Of Good Stock,"...
  • Final Great Park audit report cites mismanagement, financial waste

     Final Great Park audit report cites mismanagement, financial waste
    The final Great Park audit report concludes that the project was rife with mismanagement and budgetary irresponsibility, leading to significant waste of tens of millions of dollars among the more than $200 million spent between 2005 and 2012. The 143-...
  • Architect hired to draft plans to rebuild CdM library, fire station

    Plans for a new library and fire station in Corona del Mar moved forward Tuesday night as the Newport Beach City Council approved a contract with an architect to draft plans to rebuild the two structures. The council voted 6 to 0, with Councilman Tony...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Ceremony welcomes new juice bar

    Local and state officials were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday morning to welcome Corona del Mar's newest juice bar, Sejuiced Superfood Juice Bar, at 2744 E. Coast Hwy. "Welcome to Corona del Mar," said Newport Beach Mayor Ed Selich...
  • The art of relocation

    Todd DeShields Smith stood earlier this month on a grassy lawn, identifying a site on an acreage of land where culture is centered in Orange County. "It's going to be a spectacular design," he said. Smith, the chief executive and director of the...
  • A Drybar founder finds room to roam in Costa Mesa home transformation

    A Drybar founder finds room to roam in Costa Mesa home transformation
    Following stints living in New York and Los Angeles, Drybar co-founder Michael Landau and his wife, Sarah Hutnick, found themselves in a tiny condo in Corona del Mar. Like so many Southern Californians, the couple craved more outdoor space for...
  • Irvine's new Jeffrey Open Space Trail traces 500 years of history

     Irvine's new Jeffrey Open Space Trail traces 500 years of history
    Northeast Irvine can ring in the new year with new segments of an outdoor trail that offer a stroll through 500 years of local history. The Jeffrey Open Space Trail is now a 3.5-mile stretch of planned open space running east to west along Jeffrey...
  • Biz News: VW dealership to host toy drive

    Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore at 20 Auto Center Drive in Irvine will be collecting new, unwrapped toys Monday through Dec. 31 for the Orange County Ronald McDonald House, which provides temporary residence for families with children being treated at...
  • Laguna Beach artist's work now at the Vatican

    Laguna Beach artist's work now at the Vatican
    There's the Sistine Chapel with its ceiling decorated by Michelangelo. There are the frescoes painted by Raphael. And now there are images by photographer and artist Kerry Swank. Swank, 54, of Laguna Beach, learned from the Vatican that two of her...
  • Carnett: 50-year-old memories of World's Fair

    It was half a century ago. This native son of Newport-Mesa was on the East Coast visiting the 1964 New York World's Fair. That fair turned out to be one of the highlights of my young life. I was 19 and stationed with the U.S. Army at Fort Slocum, N.Y.,...