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  • Newport Beach company part of large real estate trust deal

    Senior-living facility owner Ventas Inc. will buy Newport Beach-based Nationwide Health Properties Inc. for $5.8 billion in stock in one of the largest healthcare-related real estate investment trust deals ever. Ventas' portfolio will double across the...
  • State committee warns Newport council candidate

    A candidate in the fall race for Newport Beach City Council improperly reported his campaign expenditures and funding, according to a warning issued by the state Fair Political Practices Commission. Mark Tabbert, a mergers and acquisition broker who...
  • Sunset Ridge Park one step closer to reality

    A judge has ruled in favor of Newport Beach, allowing the city to move ahead with plans to develop Sunset Ridge Park, according to a court document. In an April 2010 lawsuit filed against the city, Banning Ranch Conservancy alleged that the environmental...
  • Pacific Symphony announces new season lineup, opera initiative

    Pacific Symphony announces new season lineup, opera initiative
    COSTA MESA — Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 is a memorable one for Carl St.Clair. He first saw it played on a 1948 black-and-white Westinghouse television. The orchestra: the Boston Symphony. The conductor: Leonard Bernstein. Some years later,...
  • Sprouts to grow by 2 locations in Costa Mesa

    COSTA MESA — Natural and organic foods shoppers will soon notice a new sign gracing their local grocer as a merger between Henry's and Sprouts markets takes root across Orange County. The two grocers, which announced the merger in April, will...
  • Classically Trained: Trumpeting a remarkable career

    Classically Trained: Trumpeting a remarkable career
    Years ago, Barry Perkins brought his trumpet south of the border. Unlike most Americans who just travel to Mexico for tequila-filled good times, he went for a job, and a prestigious one at that: a seat in the Mexico City Philharmonic. The audition...
  • Classically Trained: Fresh concert season is here

    There's a new performance space in town, and judging by what's planned for the opening night, it's off to a good start. The Soka Performing Arts Center has called upon the Pacific Symphony to take center stage at the center's grand opening at 8 p.m....
  • An easier transition to college

    COSTA MESA — The transition to college can be a rough one. It's a crash course in how to live within a budget — and without Mom and Dad's help with chores and meals. For students with developmental disabilities, being away from their support...
  • Costa Mesa dispensaries still selling pot

    Costa Mesa dispensaries still selling pot
    COSTA MESA — Police and local marijuana dispensary owners said they will take their cues from federal authorities on how to proceed in light of last week's announcement that the U.S. Attorney's office is ramping up enforcement against pot...
  • Sewing the whole show together

    Sewing the whole show together
    Actress Lynn Milgrim will step onto the main stage at South Coast Repertory on Friday night as Mrs. Carrie Watts. To inhabit the role of the protagonist in Horton Foote's "A Trip to Bountiful," Milgrim will don an old-fashioned lavender cotton dress. The...
  • The Harbor Report: A warm 'Indian Summer' day in the harbor

    The past weekend must have been one of my best weekends on Newport Harbor. It ranked right up there with sailing Hobie 16s in 1975 off 17th Street, getting a speeding ticket for my first "beer can" race in 1983 or winning a Harbor 20 race this summer...
  • Commentary: Jobs bill fails to address unemployment

    Responding to writer Samantha O'Dell (Re. Congress should pass jobs act, Oct. 7): House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's actual quotation was: "The president continues to say, 'Pass my bill in its entirety,' and as I've said from the outset, the all-or-...