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  • 'Shrek' musical adds layers to film franchise

     'Shrek' musical adds layers to film franchise
    The Pinocchio who will walk onstage next week at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, just a few miles away from Disneyland, isn't for the fainthearted. Costa Mesa resident Luke Yellin will perform as the wooden puppet in "Shrek the Musical," but his...
  • My Pet World: Hero dogs and their legacy honored in Hollywood

    HOLLYWOOD — The American Humane Assn. celebrated ordinary dogs who do extraordinary things at the Hero Dog Awards, presented by Cesar Canine Cuisine on Oct. 3 at the Hollywood Hilton. The gala event was taped for TV broadcast Nov. 11 on the...
  • Boating magazine co-publisher dies [Corrected]

    Boating magazine co-publisher dies [Corrected]
    Teresa Ybarra McIntosh, the co-publisher of multiple boating publications and a newspaper industry magazine, has died. She was 69. McIntosh died Oct. 11 in her Newport Beach home after a months-long struggle with stomach cancer. McIntosh worked...
  • Steinberg: A sports agent is …

    When I started my career in sports law in 1975 by signing the first pick in the NFL Draft — Steve Bartkowski, quarterback with the Atlanta Falcons — to the largest rookie contract in football history, sports representation was in its infancy....
  • Former Newport mayor remembered for her charitable nature

    NEWPORT BEACH — Former Newport Beach Mayor Doreen Demond Marshall died of natural causes at her home Nov. 9. The longtime Lido Isle resident, who served on the City Council for nearly a decade, was also known for her charitable contributions. She...
  • 'Mom, the twee is so big'

     'Mom, the twee is so big'
    NEWPORT BEACH — Chase Valentine, 3, wanted something for Christmas that's little difficult to come by in Orange County: snow. "It was so cool. On the way over here he said, 'Mom, the twee is so big,'" said Chase's mom, Tiffany Valentine, while...
  • Crow delivers perfect folksy bluegrass

    Crow delivers perfect folksy bluegrass
    Nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow performed at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa Wednesday evening, treating a near-sold out crowd to 80 minutes in folk-rock heaven. Opening act Honey Honey — a cross between KT Tunstall, the Civil Wars,...
  • The Crowd: Clambake raises $144,000

    The Crowd: Clambake raises $144,000
    More than 200 guests celebrated the Children's Bureau Clambake at the Oak Creek Golf Club, Irvine, in early June. The culinary staff of the Island Hotel in Newport Beach prepared a wonderful summer feast of barbecued steak and grilled lobster as the...
  • The Harbor Report: Racing results of summer sailors

    Who won this summer's sailing awards? This year's PHRF started with Newport Harbor Yacht Club's newly formatted three-race Ahmanson Cup. This series was a huge success with 35 of our harbor's boats entering. Tres Gordo on It's OK from Balboa Yacht...
  • The Crowd: Cindy McCain visits for veterans

     The Crowd: Cindy McCain visits for veterans
    Cindy McCain, wife of Sen. and former Republican presidential candidate John McCain (R-Ariz.), came into Newport Beach on Friday evening for a special dinner at the Ritz Restaurant in Fashion Island. Cindy McCain is a double Blue Star Mom, a member of an...
  • Fundraiser earns about $205,000 for Girls Inc.

    Nonprofit Girls Inc., which serves girls younger than 18, raised more than $205,000 at a fundraiser at a Costa Mesa hotel, the organization announced Wednesday. More than 250 people attended a luncheon at the Westin South Coast Plaza on Friday to raise...
  • Japanese students visit CdM Middle School

    Japanese students visit CdM Middle School
    A drumline and cheerleaders welcomed six visiting Japanese exchange students to Corona del Mar Middle School on Friday. An assembly in a packed gymnasium recognized the visitors from Okazaki. The Japanese students are taking their turn in the U.S. after...