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  • Classically Trained: Calling all pianists and sopranists

    Classically Trained: Calling all pianists and sopranists
    SANTA ANA — In a cluttered South Coast Metro warehouse, 15 pianos were scattered about. On that Wednesday morning, the soul of Chopin emanated from one of them from the skills of Gabriel Stevens. The 21-year-old Pacific Symphony intern and Cal...
  • Honeybaked Ham closes shop

    The Honeybaked Ham shop at 3700 E. Coast Hwy. in Corona del Mar has closed permanently, according to a sign in the window. "Customers were shocked," one Corona del Mar Today reader said on Facebook. "Workers were surprised but had known for a short...
  • Virgen: Julie was a 'positive force'

    Virgen: Julie was a 'positive force'
    These days many people don't know what to think of Julie Allen, the former Corona del Mar High School standout distance runner who is now at the center of a horrific 10-car accident. When I think of Julie, I think of the athlete. I also think of the...
  • Apodaca: Join me in the Go Slow Campaign

    I was dismayed by the Newport Beach City Council's recent vote to raise speed limits on several streets, including a portion of East Coast Highway. Council members said they were compelled by state law, which dictates that speed limits are set to the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: State of the city: 'excellent'

    Newport Beach Mayor Michael F. Henn gave a State of the City speech to members of the Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, offering a sneak peek of topics likely to be addressed at the upcoming City Council 2011 Priorities Meeting. Henn was the...
  • UCI's food services questioned after 'MLK Holiday Special'

    UCI's food services questioned after 'MLK Holiday Special'
    IRVINE — On Martin Luther King Day, a UC Irvine cafeteria served the "MLK Holiday Special," which consisted of chicken and waffles. Since the meal was served behind a sign board announcing the special, black students have been discussing the...
  • Student exchange expands

    Student exchange expands
    COSTA MESA — A stadium packed with screaming students and parents watching rival high school teams battle it out on the football field is how Hollywood often portrays American high school life. A group of Australian students staying in Costa...
  • Virgen: Vote for 'Fancy' Audrey

    About a week ago, Audrey Presby and her mother, Nicki Presby, came across a contest they just had to enter. The Fancy Nancy Fantastic Fan Photo Contest seemed perfect for Audrey, a 6-year-old Costa Mesa resident who is a big fan of the popular children's...
  • Lobdell: Watching the weather in Newport-Mesa

    The predicted high Friday is 72 degrees. But that's only one way to take the temperature in Newport-Mesa. Here are some other forecasts. Newport Beach's new Civic Center: early overcast giving way to sunny skies. A Catholic bishop once told me, "You...
  • CdM Christmas Walk seeks business donations

    The 33rd annual Corona del Mar Christmas Walk hopes to raise more than $17,000 in raffle prizes from local businesses, according to the event website. Hotel stays, meals, spa services, boat rides, gift baskets, gift certificates, products and services...
  • Chuck Giffen

    On Wednesday January 12, 2011 Charles Robert Giffen better known as Chuck peacefully passed away. He was a long time Newport Beach resident and Proprietor of Something Natural hair salon. He lived a very exciting life that anyone would be proud of. He was...
  • All in the family for Dents

    All in the family for Dents
    NEWPORT BEACH — Fans who follow Taylor Dent on Twitter or "like" him on Facebook lately have been treated to his thoughts on the Australian Open. They're observations not everyone would have on the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of the year....