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  • Concert Review: Beach Boys bring all the hits to Segerstrom

    Concert Review: Beach Boys bring all the hits to Segerstrom
    Every journey begins with a small step, and Saturday night at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the crowd got a glimpse of the man whose modest act started the Beach Boys' climb toward superstardom. Before the band took the stage for its first-ever...
  • Still fresh after all these years

    Still fresh after all these years
    Any Brian Wilson historian knows that the Beach Boys leader based his group's sound partly on the Four Freshmen, the close-harmony group that formed in the 1940s and has continued ever since. However, Bob Ferreira, the Freshmen's bass singer, doesn't...
  • Festival's short films aren't short on creativity

    Festival's short films aren't short on creativity
    Charlie Anderson only smoked for two years, but when he made up his mind to quit, the habit was hard to shake. So he talked about his problems — to the cigarettes themselves. "I would put a cigarette out there, right in front of me in plain sight,...
  • San Onofre design choices led to nuclear plant shutdown

    San Onofre design choices led to nuclear plant shutdown
    An executive with the company that manufactured faulty equipment that led to the shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear plant defended decisions made in the design of the replacement steam generators. The company made choices in designing support structures...
  • UCI study homes in on autism treatment

    A UC Irvine professor, along with a team of researchers, discovered that a marijuana-like substance naturally released in the brain can treat symptoms of one type of autism, the university recently announced. Cannabinoids released in the brains of mice...
  • Body Design in Newport hosts 'fitness vacations'

    Body Design in Newport hosts 'fitness vacations'
    When Body Design member Gail Ossipoff was looking for a vacation to better her mind and body, she scoured international destinations for that perfect combination of sandy beaches, lavish restaurants, luxurious accommodations and her beloved Pilates...
  • The Boys are back on stage

    The Boys are back on stage
    As lifelong fans gathered to see the reunited Beach Boys play the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine on June 3, there was an undeniable aura of nostalgia in the endless summer air. After playing a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl on June 2, the...
  • CdM, Harbor stop cat dissections

    At the urging of a nationwide animal rights group, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District will end in-classroom cat dissections at its high schools. Only Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor High School were still using cat corpses in its anatomy lessons,...
  • Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian opens remodeled lab

    Newport Beach's Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian this week opened an extensively remodeled Hoag Heart and Vascular Institute, which boasts about 34,650 square feet of some of the area's most advanced cardiovascular services, a news release said....
  • The classy act of making music

    Sitting criss-cross on the floor, four kindergartners each placed a hand on the double bass towering over them to feel the vibrations as it was played. "Wow! How does that feel?" asked Pacific Symphony bassist Doug Basye. "Does it tickle?" Basye gave...
  • UCI study: Metabolism closely linked to body clock

    The body's natural clock and metabolism are more closely linked than originally thought, according to a recently released UC Irvine study. Natural body functions, such as hormone secretion, correlate with the 24-hour light/dark cycle, researchers say....
  • Classically Trained: Baltimore Symphony makes impressive O.C. appearance

    At least on paper, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra seems like the underdog among the recent visiting orchestras that have come or are yet to come to Costa Mesa. Chicago, Cleveland, New York, Los Angeles, the Mariinsky, the fabled Vienna Philharmonic &#...