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  • Irrelevant Week schedule pared

    Irrelevant Week schedule pared
    Irrelevant Week might want to change its name to "A Couple of Irrelevant Days" in Newport Beach. The event that celebrates the last player selected in the NFL Draft seems to get shorter every year. Don't blame the organizers, Paul Salata and his...
  • Plenty to get your motor running

    Plenty to get your motor running
    Dozens of car owners armed with rags and cleaners got their vehicles glistening in the summer sun, hoping to catch the eye of a potential buyer. Drew Colome's bright orange 1977 Volkswagen Thing had spectators flocking to it during the first Russo and...
  • An agent, contract and Justice, it's all irrelevant

    An agent, contract and Justice, it's all irrelevant
    NEWPORT BEACH — Leigh Steinberg showed up to the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa to work on an NFL rookie contract on Thursday. He has negotiated these types of contracts with this NFL team before as a sports agent. His clients with the...
  • Irrelevant Week: Final day of irrelevant fun

    Irrelevant Week: Final day of irrelevant fun
    NEWPORT BEACH — Even the last player selected in the NFL Draft has an entourage. Justice Cunningham capped a long Friday by checking out the bar scene in Newport Beach. He ran with a crew of almost two dozen, all there to support a rookie with the...
  • Big Canyon three-peat

    Big Canyon three-peat
    SANTA ANA — Last year it was Mike Carpenter's 25-foot eagle putt that proved to be a memorable, heroic shot for Big Canyon Country Club's Jones Cup victory. This year, it was head pro Robert Pang who stepped up with the seemingly improbable...
  • The Crowd: A fundraiser CHOC full of support

    The Crowd: A fundraiser CHOC full of support
    The operative word is ambitious. The result has been nothing less than extraordinary. Launched in the spring of 2010, Children's Hospital of Orange County created a fundraising campaign with the goal of raising $125 million to fund the remodel and...
  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week
    Snow White (calico), Happy (white and orange) and Grumpy (orange tabby, not pictured) were rescued from Disneyland. The three 10-week-old kittens were trapped by their rescuer/caregiver Cindy Dote, and two other siblings avoided the traps and are still...
  • It's the year of the dollar at plaza

     It's the year of the dollar at plaza
    A giant snake sat coiled in the center of South Coast Plaza's Jewel Court, keeping watch over a bounty of oversized coins, lush flowers and stacks of oranges. In its clutches was a glittering bronze fan, and red paper lanterns suspended from bamboo...
  • Something 'Wicked' this way returns

    Something 'Wicked' this way returns
    Napoleon Gladney is no stranger to wearing several hats. A tree, emotions, the wind, a prince, a vampire, and even music notes — these are just a few roles that the Los Angeles-based professional dancer has enacted. Now, as part of the...
  • Donald Eugene Elder

    Donald Eugene Elder
    DONALD E. ELDER, FORMER NEWPORT BEACH VICE-MAYOR, DIES Donald Eugene Elder, 86, passed away on January 27, 2013 at his home in Balboa.  Don was born May 27, 1926 in Los Angeles to Eugene ‘Gene’ and Helen (Morse) Elder. Don was a lifelong...
  • Wish granted for ailing boy

    Wish granted for ailing boy
    Dashiell Codd went to Disneyland with his family Monday. It was part of the 5-year-old's dream that was being fulfilled through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He started off bashful and nervous in the park, his mother, Pam, said. He's always been that...
  • Commentary: JWA continues to threaten our quality of life

    During the 1950s, Southern California culture was ablaze with anything considered chic, sophisticated and novel. Artists, designers and architects were pushing boundaries in style, design, architecture and invention. World War II was over, and the...