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  • Golf resort receives top rating for third year

    The Resort at Pelican Hill was recognized as a AAA Five Diamond destination for the third consecutive year since opening in 2008, a resort spokeswoman announced. American Automobile Assn. diamond ratings are determined by an evaluation of a resort's...
  • Dangerous trees up for Newport council vote

    Stepping into the contentious issue of dangerous eucalyptus trees, the Newport Beach City Council may vote Tuesday to remove about 20 of the blue gum variety. But doing so would overturn a parks commission decision to keep the trees on the West Bay...
  • Man charged in hotel stabbing

    COSTA MESA — Orange County prosecutors have charged a south county man with murder in the fatal stabbing at the Orange County/Costa Mesa Hilton hotel early New Year's Day. Adam Randy Baker, 23, of Dana Point, underwent reconstructive surgery...
  • The Crowd: Ball features young O.C. debutantes

    Carrying bouquets of cold water roses, 13 young ladies were presented to Orange County society at the 49th Newport Harbor Debutante Ball sponsored by the Children's Home Society of California. The holiday celebration held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in...
  • The Kidd is all right

    CORONA DEL MAR — For octogenarian Judy Kidd, working at a family-owned health club keeps her feeling as young as she did in her 50s. Once a well-known figure in the community theater scene, the 82-year-old grandmother has worked for 20 years at...
  • The Crowd: A tasty Orange Coast kick-off party

    The Crowd: A tasty Orange Coast kick-off party
    Newport Bach Restaurant Week kicked off Friday and runs through Jan. 27. The previous week, Peggy Fort, president and CEO of California Marketing Concepts Inc., welcomed local VIP guests to a preview of the fifth annual event. She threw an incredible...
  • Books that challenge, excite

    An Irvine mother and father are celebrating the release of their second children's book, "I Can Fly Super Duper High." Zuma Ayriyan and John Khachatryan wrote their first book, "Look Who Is Coming…", in 2009 that was inspired by Alex, their...
  • O.C. Bargainista: A trade-in for the soul

    Allen Edmonds has joined with Soles4Souls for a Shoe Trade-In Event from Feb. 21 to March 13 at their South Coast Plaza store, 3333 Bristol St., Saks Fifth Avenue Wing, Level 1. Donate any brand of new or gently worn men's, women's or kid's shoes at their...
  • Go beyond candy and flowers

    Go beyond candy and flowers
    With Valentine's Day on a Monday this year, many couples are making more creative plans to celebrate. Restaurants are offering weekend-long deals, and many are offering special incentives like gift cards for Feb. 14 diners to entice people to dine out...
  • Spa & Fitness Club, CPK close

    COSTA MESA — The Spa & Fitness Club, a fixture at South Coast Plaza for nearly 20 years, has closed its doors. Patrons had three days to pick up personal belongings and clean out their lockers, according to the spa, which formally closed Jan. 24....
  • Mesa Musings: Conway's comedy not so funny anymore

    I inherited an appreciation for slapstick humor from my father. Back in the late 1960s and early '70s, he and I enjoyed watching "The Carol Burnett Show" on TV. We roared at comedy sketches featuring Carol, Harvey Korman and Vicki Lawrence, but our...
  • New salon blows into Costa Mesa

    New salon blows into Costa Mesa
    Super-powered female icons Wonder Woman and Supergirl are inspiring for more than their ability to fly and fight crime. They also have fantastic hair. SAS Shampoo & Style owner Monica Ruggieri knows that a great hairstyle is more than an expression of...