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  • O.C. Bargainista: Say ketchup, try free fries

    Freebie of the Week: Try a medium order of Chick-fil-A's outstanding waffle fries free from 2 to 4 p.m. March 4 when you mention you're there to try the new Heinz Dip & Squeeze ketchup packets, which recently replaced the fast food chain's regular ketchup...
  • Reel Critics: Slick twists in Berlin give a real bang

    Reel Critics: Slick twists in Berlin give a real bang
    Action-thrillers are like eggs. They're easily overcooked and often served with ham. But in "Unknown," we have a decent story with some slick twists to give us a real bang for our buck. It also benefits from star Liam Neeson, a gifted actor with a...
  • Sea Kings' season over

    Sea Kings' season over
    SAN CLEMENTE — The San Clemente High girls' soccer team planned to relentlessly attack Corona del Mar. The Sea Kings planned to counterattack and possibly score on a set piece. Both plans nearly worked in Thursday afternoon's CIF Southern...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Planners complain about solar panel law

    Newport Beach should let California officials know that a state law limiting local control over solar panel installations has negative consequences, the city's Planning Commission decided Thursday night. "Maybe we can't be successful," Commissioner...
  • Looking at life before it became 'The O.C.'

    It's a mouthful, but here it goes: IGUINBBIBTOC. It's not an acronym for a government agency, but a popular Facebook page: "I Grew Up In Newport Beach Before It Became The OC." It's a commentary on the former Fox television series "The O.C.," which aired...
  • Combating stereotypes

    Combating stereotypes
    NEWPORT COAST — It was funny in English, as well as in Persian, as Firoozeh Dumas had hundreds of Sage Hill students laughing out loud in the high school's gymnasium on Friday. The well-known author regaled them with funny bits and pieces about...
  • Frog House likely OK, others maybe not

    NEWPORT BEACH — It looks like the legendary Frog House surf shop is going to survive the city's new zoning enforcement changes, but without the same outpouring of public support it received, some nearby businesses may not be able to stay in their...
  • Resident sentenced for slaying

    Prosecutors said that, early in the relationship, Jonathan Huynh had decided that if he couldn't be with his girlfriend, then no one else could be. The 22-year-old Costa Mesa resident appeared to be more obsessed with his girlfriend, Kate Su Yi, 20,...
  • Biking banditos bestowing burritos

    Biking banditos bestowing burritos
    It all started during a church service. Anthony Singhavong, a fourth-year student at UC Irvine, was attending NewSong Community Church in the spring of 2009 when Pastor Tony Kim spoke about the importance of serving the community. "They're just really...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Students make sugar skulls

    Corona del Mar Today: Students make sugar skulls
    With just a few days before Día de los Muertos, Spanish-language students spent Thursday turning a Corona del Mar High School classroom into a veritable sugar skull factory. "You take the sugar mixture," said Ethan Wu, a first-year student, as he...
  • Q&A: How to handle bullying in class, online

    While cyberspace bullying isn't a new concept, it keeps surfacing in schools due to the popularity of social media, like Facebook. To help reduce problems, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District plans to hold an Internet safety class for parents from...
  • 11th-grader applies for state position

    He'd like to become president of the United States, but first things first. Nicolas Jaber, a Newport Harbor High School junior, wants to be the California State Board of Education's next student representative. Jaber, who sits on the Newport-Mesa Unified...