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  • Gina's Pizza returns to Balboa Peninsula

    Gina's Pizza returns to Balboa Peninsula
    Gina's Pizza and Pastaria has returned to the Balboa Peninsula. The new location at the Landing shopping center features the same recipes and a faster oven, a restaurant spokesman said Tuesday. The 2,600-square-foot Italian eatery on 3142 W. Balboa...
  • Sweet prince and Santa visit OCC

    Celebrate Christmas with frozen treats, the Peppermint Prince, and of course, the big guy. Santa is coming to Orange Coast College for its Repertory Theatre Company's An Old-Fashioned Melodrama and Ice Cream Social two weekends in December. The show...
  • Panera opens new restaurant near South Coast Plaza

    Popular artisan-bread café Panera Bread will open its newest location, in the Bristol Center, on Wednesday. The new café is at 3931 S. Bristol St. in Santa Ana, near South Coast Plaza. With its wide selection of café and panini sandwiches available...
  • Commission proposes Carl's over McDonald's

    Editor's note: This corrects the votes for Carl's Jr. and against Sbarro and Panda Express. The statue of "The Duke," an Orange County icon, greets flyers after they touch down at John Wayne Airport. Soon, those travelers could be tasting some local...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Visit Santa Julius' workshop

    Freebie of the Week: It's the second annual Julius Holiday Tour from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday — stop by Paul Frank South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bear St., Costa Mesa, to enjoy milk, cookies and candy canes while taking a photo with Santa Julius the monkey, Paul...
  • Wilkey verbals to UCLA

    Newport Harbor High senior girls' water polo goalie Sarah Wilkey has verbally committed to play at UCLA, she said Friday night. Wilkey is in her first year as starter for the Sailors (2-0), after the graduation of Krissy Burger. Wilkey had eight saves...
  • Every little grain helps

     Every little grain helps
    NEWPORT BEACH — He's gone from one peninsula to another. It just so happens that Domenico Maurici, owner of Il Farro, an Italian restaurant on the Balboa Peninsula, was born and reared in Calabria, Italy, the region that forms the "toe" of Italy's...
  • Harbor Boulevard In-N-Out opens Friday

    COSTA MESA — The new In-N-Out Burger on Harbor Boulevard plans to fire up the grill Friday morning for customers who've been waiting for the fast-food joint to open. The doors open at 10 a.m., said Mike Bailey, director of real estate. Located...
  • 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...
  • So many ways to celebrate

    So many ways to celebrate
    Still need to get into the holiday spirit (or avoid it at all costs)? Check out our holiday activity guide for something to suit everybody — and we mean everybody. For the Scrooge If your goal each December is to get as far away as possible from...
  • Bradley starting to give Sea Kings life

    Bradley starting to give Sea Kings life
    Marcus Bradley probably does not want his basketball coach to know what he is feeling in his final year of high school. It happens to most seniors. “I'm experiencing a little senioritis,” said Bradley, who is in a different situation than...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Lesser-known New Year's plans

    "Maybe it's much too early in the game. Ah, but I thought I'd ask you just the same, what are you doing New Year's – New Year's Eve?" I didn't write that. Frank Loesser did, in 1947. A boatload of people have sung it, but I'd say it's a tie for...