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  • The Crowd: Dancing for tomorrow's stars, today's needs

    The Crowd: Dancing for tomorrow's stars, today's needs
    It's almost as long running as the successful ABC television show from which it takes its name. The eighth annual "Dancing for Tomorrow's Stars," produced by the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa, attracted a sold-out crowd at the City National Grove of...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Maker of Christmas magic finds soft spot on 'Shark Tank'

    Corona del Mar Today: Maker of Christmas magic finds soft spot on 'Shark Tank'
    A Corona del Mar woman who created a kit to help kids believe in holiday magic won over the tough panelists on "Shark Tank." Trina Barkouras appeared Dec. 19 on the ABC reality show — which has budding entrepreneurs trying to convince the "sharks"...
  • 'The Bachelor' audition is Sunday at Westin hotel

    The Westin South Coast Plaza hotel in Costa Mesa is hosting an open audition Sunday for the next season of "The Bachelor." From 1 to 5 p.m., "eligible women who are ready to find true love" on the 19th season of the ABC show will be auditioned at the...
  • OC Fair is ready to feed and entertain

    It's not summer in Orange County until the first fried concoction has been consumed and the iconic Ferris wheel makes its initial turn, at least according to this year's fair theme, "Summer Starts Here." Friday marks the beginning of the Orange County...
  • District communicates its goals

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Fred Navarro taught Newport Beach city leaders and residents their ABCs Thursday morning. This wasn't the traditional alphabet taught to young children, but rather the district's way to communicate its...
  • Apodaca: Respect, kindness will do more than banning word 'fat'

    A lot of nonsense gets spewed around the blogosphere and on TV "news" shows, where talking heads have lots of air space to fill with mindless blather. Controversies are manufactured and outrage is overplayed to manipulate audiences. That makes it easy...
  • A new season for Midtown Men

    A new season for Midtown Men
    The Midtown Men bicker all the way to the stage — as brothers might. The singers could be arguing about which socks look best or which attorney to bring on board, and the next instant, they're straightening ties or tossing towels to one another....
  • Taco tycoon to appear on 'Secret Millionaire'

    Local restaurateur Wing Lam will star in an episode of ABC's "Secret Millionaire" at 8 p.m.  Sunday. Modeled after the similarly named British series, the show spotlights successful entrepreneurs as they travel — undercover — to impoverished...
  • The Crowd: Cue the spotlight for SCR namesakes

    The Crowd: Cue the spotlight for SCR namesakes
    It is a very special week for South Coast Repertory. On Wednesday, the complex was renamed the David Emmes and Martin Benson Theatre Center. Previously, the SCR complex had taken the name of Paul Folino, former board president and honorary trustee,...
  • Sondheim coming to O.C.

    Sondheim coming to O.C.
    One of the most reclusive legends in modern American history will make a rare appearance in Costa Mesa on Oct. 29. Prolific Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim will speak with American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers head Michael...
  • Lightning bidding to take step up

    Lightning bidding to take step up
    If the Sage Hill School football team didn't get enough of its coaches over the summer, the players could watch two of them every Thursday night on television. Defensive line coach Akbar Gbaja-Biamila and secondary coach Ricky Sharpe were on the summer...
  • Community Commentary: A few strikes against modern bowling

    Does anybody remember the sport of bowling? I use the term "sport" loosely after an experience I had the other day. Bowling was at its height in the early to mid 1960s. You needed reservations to get a lane during open bowling hours. It seemed that...