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  • Reviving Beethoven in 2-D

    Reviving Beethoven in 2-D
    COSTA MESA — As recently as last week, Beethoven sightings have been reported throughout Orange County. At least a dozen people have spotted the infamously temperamental 239-year-old German composer. Photographs show a diminutive Ludwig inside...
  • Nine are nominated for cycling safety committee

    Nine Newport Beach residents were named nominees for the Citizen's Bicycle Safety Committee at Tuesday night's City Council meeting. The possible appointees named in a city staff report are: Scott Bergey, a retired American Airlines captain; Thomas...
  • Evil is good at this Disney event

    Evil is good at this Disney event
    Can simple makeup and costumery bring out the evil intentions in a person? Looking back at a childhood where the worlds of "Sleeping Beauty" and "Snow White" were as natural to me as the one I actually lived in, I can't think of any time where I...
  • School board elections building up

    Campaigns for two contested seats on the Newport-Mesa Unified Board of Education are intensifying in the final month before voters go to the polls. Michael Collier, 55, the incumbent for Trustee Area 2 seat, is running against Katrina Foley, 43, a...
  • Group goes online with Frog House support

    Ever since word hit the streets that the legendary surf shop, The Frog House, might have to close its doors because of zoning restrictions, locals have been chatting about the possible loss of a Newport Shores icon. They've now taken this chatter to...
  • Reel Critics: Oscars will be looking at 'Social Network'

      David Fincher made his mark directing offbeat films, but still managed to have an impact in Hollywood. "Fight Club," "Se7en" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" represent the wide range of his projects. Fincher brings all his expertise to bear...
  • 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...