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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • Hotel tax revenue sees increase [Corrected]

    COSTA MESA — Both Newport Beach and Costa Mesa's hotel tax revenues increased by double-digit percentages in the first quarter of the fiscal year, marking strong summer tourism that city officials hope will continue through the winter months. -----...
  • Hotel operator settles discrimination suit

    A Newport Beach-based hotel company is expected to pay a settlement of $132,500 for allegedly discriminating against one of its own employees, according to authorities. Tarsadia Hotels settled a suit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity...
  • Police: Xanax linked to motel gang rape

    Four young men accused of raping two women at a motel on Halloween are in police custody in Buena Park. Four days after the alleged incident occurred, police arrested a 17-year-old boy along with three of his friends: 20-year-old Sung Park of Norwalk and...
  • Island Hotel gets five AAA diamonds for 20th year

    The Island Hotel in Newport Beach has earned a 2012 five-diamond rating from the Automobile Assn. of America (AAA) for the 20th consecutive year, according to a news release. The annual rating evaluates restaurants and accommodations based on degree of...
  • From bean fields to ballet: Segerstrom Center celebrates 25 years

    From bean fields to ballet: Segerstrom Center celebrates 25 years
    COSTA MESA — Bonnie Hall was there when the cultural ground in Orange County shifted to the rousing sounds of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. On opening night, Sept. 29, 1986, the soprano and other members of the Pacific Chorale sang the vocal climax...
  • The Crowd: Peeping out the newly re-opened Hotel Hanford

    The Crowd: Peeping out the newly re-opened Hotel Hanford
    Donald Sodaro, one of Newport Beach's leading community philanthropists, revealed a most unique and creative side of his multi-faceted personality at the re-opening of The Hotel Hanford, Costa Mesa. Sodaro and his wife DeeDee, of Lido Isle, have held...
  • Thursday's Calendar

    Thursday's Calendar
    THURSDAY 'God Is Speaking To You' Elise Moore from Nashville, Tenn., will be speaking about prayer from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Costa Mesa Community Center, 1845 Park Ave., Costa Mesa. The event is sponsored by the Christian Science church. For...
  • The Crowd: Organizer provides best of the best for scholarship fundraiser

    Congress may find it impossible to agree on funding priorities, but 200 men in blue blazers and white slacks recently joined forces in Newport Beach to raise $60,000 benefiting the annual Balboa Bay Club & Resort's 1221 Club Scholarship Fund. The 17th...
  • Youmans: Serving up a murder mystery

    Youmans: Serving up a murder mystery
    In Gourmet Detective's "Get Cartier," a faux murder mystery takes places at the Balboa Inn in Newport Beach. The performers are the prime suspects, but it's the audience that serves up the dish of true entertainment. "Get Cartier," which plays year-...
  • City Life: Administrators shouldn't travel when schools need pencils

    I recently reviewed five years of travel expenses for school Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard. Before revealing what I found, it is important you understand why I am qualified to pass judgment. Since 1983, I have attended, spoken, exhibited and organized dozens of...
  • They're going to the dogs (in a good way)

    They're going to the dogs (in a good way)
    Though pups are often considered part of the family, it isn't always practical to take them along during the holidays. In the Newport-Mesa area, there are plenty of options if the choice is to board. But not all boarding and doggy day cares are the...
  • Apodaca: This is not the time to say the poor aren't 'my business'

    Every year at this time, I revisit one of my favorite Christmas stories, Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol." One scene never fails to stir my conscience. In it, two men soliciting donations for the poor approach the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, telling...