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  • The Crowd: House of Design showcases style and whimsy

    The Crowd: House of Design showcases style and whimsy
    If you ever dreamed of living in a 15,000 square foot Provencal stone villa perched on a rolling hillside surrounded by thousands of acres of open land, then a visit to the 2015 Philharmonic House of Design is a must. The home design showcase, benefiting...
  • Highland Way band shares the sound and feel of Scotland for festival

    Highland Way band shares the sound and feel of Scotland for festival
    When Brian Caldwell picked up the rhythm guitar more than 23 years ago, he developed a passion for music that would send him far from his Glasgow, Scotland, home. Off he went on a path toward founding one of his homeland's traditional bands....
  • The Crowd: Dancing for tomorrow's stars, today's needs

    The Crowd: Dancing for tomorrow's stars, today's needs
    It's almost as long running as the successful ABC television show from which it takes its name. The eighth annual "Dancing for Tomorrow's Stars," produced by the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa, attracted a sold-out crowd at the City National Grove of...
  • Russian immigrant siblings start framing business in Costa Mesa

    Russian immigrant siblings start framing business in Costa Mesa
    Olya Bagby arranged the pictures in the shadow box. The photos are dark, except for the spotlight on her. The mementos depict her last ballet performance before she left Russia on a path that led to owning a framing business in Costa Mesa. In 2004,...
  • Reader's Report: Park's Nowruz celebration was a joyous occasion

    Reader's Report: Park's Nowruz celebration was a joyous occasion
    Joy, laughter, friendship, love, peace and harmony were everywhere in the rose garden at Bill Barber Park in Irvine on March 22 during the Iranian New Year celebration Nowruz, the most-celebrated event of the Persian calendar dating back millennia....
  • 'Herencia Latina' honors roots through dance

    'Herencia Latina' honors roots through dance
    "How is it going on this stage?" asked the choreographer to a group of elementary school kids. "Is everyone getting used to it?" Jose Costas, founder and artistic director of the nonprofit Contempo Ballet, stood on Orange Coast College's Robert B. Moore...
  • Around Town: Jeb Bush to have fundraiser in Newport

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush reportedly will conduct a fundraiser in Newport Beach on Monday on behalf of a super PAC benefiting his likely campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. The $25,000-per-couple "reception and discussion" will be...
  • Around Town: UCI Law School ranked No. 30 on U.S. News list

    The UC Irvine School of Law debuted at No. 30 in U.S. News & World Report's rankings of 198 accredited law schools nationwide — the highest debut ranking of any new law school in the list's history. Additionally, UCI Law's clinical program...
  • Newport rescinds request for state Supreme Court review of Woody's Wharf dancing ruling

    A week after voting to ask the California Supreme Court to weigh in on the city's legal dispute with Woody's Wharf, the Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday to withdraw its petition. The council initially voted March 10 to ask the state's...
  • Woody's dispute could reach state's high court

    The California Supreme Court could hear arguments in a lawsuit between Newport Beach and a well-known Balboa Peninsula restaurant over its desire to have dancing and extended patio hours. The Newport Beach City Council voted 4 to 3 during closed session...
  • Woody's Wharf dancing battle triggers move to change city code

    Woody's Wharf dancing battle triggers move to change city code
    The Newport Beach Planning Commission on Thursday recommended that the city add a code provision that would permit council members to call for a review of lower-body decisions. Currently, city code allows an interested party to appeal an action taken by...
  • ABT's 'Sleeping Beauty' at Segerstrom a lush return to tradition

    ABT's 'Sleeping Beauty' at Segerstrom a lush return to tradition
    For most of its storied history, New York's American Ballet Theatre has tried to master all styles of all types of classical dance, an elusive goal that some critics have called impossible. While European companies have moved on to radical rewrites of...