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  • Finding the path from homelessness

    Finding the path from homelessness
    "I think my refrigerator's broken," Sonia Rebkowitz said with a perplexed frown. She was getting ready to go to work at a nearby Tuesday Morning store Monday afternoon. The door of the motel room was wide open and she was blasting a contemporary...
  • Youmans: Audience takes control in 'Stuffed'

    A band of miscreant puppets and six comedian puppeteers took to the stage at the Irvine Barclay Theatre on New Year's Eve, largely not knowing what the evening of improv puppetry had in store. "Stuffed and Unstrung," Henson Alternative's foul-mouthed...
  • Island Hotel hires new chef, director

    The Island Hotel has hired a new executive chef and food & beverage director, according to a news release. David Man, former chef de cuisine and executive sous chef for the Newport Beach hotel, was hired as executive chef. Most recently, he held chef...
  • Newport council agrees with Planning Commission recommendation

    NEWPORT BEACH — Warring business owners fought a bizarre property-rights battle in the City Council Chambers on Tuesday night. The owners of the Newport Beach County Club property and the owner-operators of the club itself presented competing...
  • Homeless blamed for crime increase

    As the homeless are cited for smoking and other violations in Lions Park, they have dispersed elsewhere in the city, Costa Mesa administrators and residents say. Administrators at Tuesday's City Council meeting blamed the homeless population's dispersion...
  • Newport council examines hotel for City Hall site

    In an unexpected move, the Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday to seek developers who could build a hotel on the current City Hall site. Prior to the study session, most of the official discussions were focused on developing an apartment complex...
  • Newport council to re-examine uses for City Hall site

    Newport council to re-examine uses for City Hall site
    At its meeting Tuesday night, the Newport Beach City Council will take another look at reuse options for the current City Hall site, gather public input on a Balboa Village revitalization plan and address concerns about nonemergency flyovers. At its last...
  • Newport-Mesa marathoners are OK

    Newport-Mesa marathoners are OK
    Melissa Mead ran in the Boston Marathon for the first time Monday. She will remember it more now because of the two bombings near the finish line at the historic race. Mead was among at least 35 runners from the Newport-Mesa area who ran in the world's...
  • Newport to hear proposals for old city hall location

    Newport Beach's City Council this week will consider just how their old municipal center will get new life. Three developers will reveal their proposals for a hotel or residential and commercial complex to replace Newport's recently vacated city hall at...
  • Newport hotel wins vast support

    Residents lined up this week to support construction of a hotel at Newport Beach's old City Hall site on the Balboa Peninsula. More than 20 public speakers told the Newport Beach City Council during a Tuesday afternoon study session that they favor that...
  • Mailbag: Headline wrongly implies support for a hotel [corrected]

    Re. "Newport hotel wins vast support," (April 24): A front-page article in the Daily Pilot shows a headline that claims Newport residents overwhelmingly support a hotel on the site of the old City Hall. This is very misleading, given that there were...
  • Commentary: Boston overshadows daily life

    Saturday, April 20, 5:55 a.m. I pull into the parking lot for our weekly distance run. Lot empty, but one car — Jake's hybrid. I bet he couldn't sleep. I reach for my water belt, exit my car. There's Jake. I deliver the first of many long grateful-...