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  • Newport arts panel endorses late artists' paintings for city collection

    Newport arts panel endorses late artists' paintings for city collection
    Two watercolor paintings by late husband-and-wife artists Rex Brandt and Joan Irving Brandt are a step closer to being displayed in the Newport Beach Central Library.
  • Ruby's founder may get nod for new Marina Park restaurant

    The restaurateur who brought Ruby's Diner, The Beachcomber Cafe and the Shake Shack to the Newport Beach area could soon set up a new restaurant at Marina Park. On Tuesday, the Newport Beach City Council is expected to discuss awarding a 15-year lease...

    Can trains, baseballs and slides coexist? Fairview Park panel chugs inland to see

    Can trains, baseballs and slides coexist? Fairview Park panel chugs inland to see
    RIVERSIDE — Here in Hunter Hobby Park, balls, bats, playground slides and steaming locomotives share common ground. The different users coexist and, apparently, get along in a space that works for everyone. For some, this is the vision for Costa...

    Newport man finds new adventure conducting coastal tours

    Newport man finds new adventure conducting coastal tours
    After spending much of his young life shying away from swimming in the open sea, Ryan Lawler now makes a living leading adventures along the coast of Orange County. The Newport Beach native has had a love of fishing from an early age, but when it came...

    Mailbag: Preserve Fairview Park for future generations

    Wednesday could very well be the day that determines whether the last of Costa Mesa's undeveloped space will be developed into an urban city park with sports complexes, parking lots, municipal lighting and concrete sidewalks. That is the day the...