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  • Chandlur picks Chandler and wins

    Chandlur picks Chandler and wins
    When Chandlur Sularz made her pick to guess Mr. Irrelevant she chose a player whose name was familiar to hers. That helped her win $253 and a gift basket from the folks at Mr. Irrelevant, whom are also no strangers to the 13-year-old girl from Arizona....
  • Protesters rally to save sailboat

     Protesters rally to save  sailboat
    Dressed in festive pirate regalia, more than a dozen protesters rallied Saturday afternoon below the Ferris wheel at Balboa Fun Zone, supporting the side yard boat restoration project of Newport Beach shipwright Dennis Holland. Holding pirate flags and...
  • Toyota donates during fundraiser at fairgrounds

    Toyota donates during fundraiser at fairgrounds
    A barbecue fundraiser brought in more than just money last weekend. Toyota started its 100 Cars for Good, a giveaway of 100 cars to 100 nonprofits over the course of 100 days, at the OC BBQ and Music Festival at the Orange County Fair & Event Center in...
  • Ensign students pay tribute to Maddy Boutelle

    Ensign students pay tribute to Maddy Boutelle
    Ensign Intermediate School's gym fell silent Friday as classmates, friends and family gathered to commemorate Madison "Maddy" Boutelle. The 13-year-old Newport Beach resident suffered a brain aneurysm at a friend's birthday party June 8 and died...
  • Authorities raid Costa Mesa pot clinic

    Three people were arrested in a Costa Mesa marijuana dispensary raid Thursday, according to medical pot advocates. Local police and federal Department of Justice officials would confirm only that a federal search warrant was executed at about 11:30 a.m....
  • We're improving our social media

    For the month of March, I'll be working on improving the social media presence of our newspapers on Twitter and Facebook, which are two ways readers can find links to our websites and interact with our content. I hope to make lasting changes that improve...
  • Nostalgia abounds at 'Grease' performance

    Nostalgia abounds at 'Grease' performance
    The thought of portraying one of film's most iconic characters on the stage scared the spotlight-loving Danielle Ridge. But, when the time came for the 16-year-old to don the sweet A-line dresses and sweaters of Sandy Dumbrowski in"Grease,"she was filled...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Council will decide whether to remove fire rings

    The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday will decide whether the city should remove 60 beach fire rings because of health and safety concerns — the same night that thousands of visitors at Big Corona State Beach will be marking the Persian New Year...
  • Kirk Barnes Knipp

    Kirk Barnes Knipp
    Obituary Knipp, Kirk Barnes Born Feb. 17, 1959 Hoag Hospital, Newport Beach. Died Feb. 21, 2012, Fort Worth, Texas. A victim of melanoma, but his suffering was short lived. He grew up in Costa Mesa, attending Prince of Peace Lutheran School through...
  • Classically Trained: Symphony festival celebrates Nowruz

    This year, the 11th American Composers Festival takes a cue from the country's multicultural identity and embraces the Persian-American musical landscape. The festival, a Pacific Symphony tradition nearly every year since 2000, features three programs...
  • Life aboard the Alaska Eagle: howling winds, a shaking mast

    ABOARD THE ALASKA EAGLE, off Cape Horn — We are anchored in Martial Cove on Herschel Island, just eight miles north of Cape Horn. The wind is howling through the rigging at a steady 40 knots, with gusts up to 50 knots. The Alaska Eagle is...
  • Religious leaders encircle City Hall in prayer

    Religious leaders encircle City Hall in prayer
    COSTA MESA — With heads bowed and the rain pouring over them, local church leaders and hundreds of congregants encircled Costa Mesa City Hall in prayer Monday. Representing numerous faiths, they prayed in a show of support as the city recovers...