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  • 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...
  • Leaf blowers receive city ban

    NEWPORT BEACH — Residents and gardeners will no longer be able to use gas-powered leaf blowers once an ordinance a divided City Council tentatively approved Tuesday takes effect. After lengthy discussion and the failure of a motion to also ban...
  • Apodaca: No need for Riviera envy in Newport

    Newport Beach has long had pretentions of being California's answer to the Cote d'Azur, with the wealth, waterfront living and that special something — that "je ne sais quoi" — of a Cannes or a St. Tropez. Some city officials are hoping to...
  • 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...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Learn professional cooking tips

    Freebie of the Week: Restore equilibrium in your life with a free two-hour seminar and cooking demonstration by Food University and Family Circle Magazine at 2 p.m. Sunday at IKEA, 1475 South Coast Drive, Costa Mesa. Learn the basics to cooking like a...
  • Support SOY, support youth

    COSTA MESA — Jose Sanchez Uribe has undergraduate and graduate degrees in sports medicine from Cal State Long Beach and is working on credentials so he can teach high school history. Sanchez Uribe, 28, never thought he would be on the path he is...
  • 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...
  • Kids enjoy special day

    Kids enjoy special day
    COSTA MESA — A Mater Dei school bus filled with children rolled through Santa Ana and into Costa Mesa on a beautiful Saturday morning. Surely it was a gorgeous day for the kids. It was a day of soccer. As the bus approached Mariners Christian...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Shopping can be good for the environment

    Freebie of the Week: To commemorate Earth Day, bring in a travel cup and receive a free coffee or tea Friday at participating Starbucks stores. Visit starbucks.com. Celebrate Earth Day at Anthropologie with a free workshop on crafting with cork from 10...
  • 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...