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  • Valeria Kuntz Symes

    Valeria Kuntz Symes
    Valeria Kuntz Symes passed away peacefully at home in Newport Beach on December 15, 2012. Val was born October 6, 1921, in Forest Hill, NJ, the youngest of Albert and Jane Kuntz’s three children. She and her brother Jack and sister Janet grew up...
  • Local restaurateur wins 'Chef Race'

    Local restaurateur wins 'Chef Race'
    Stan Frazier can't cook in silence. Depending on his mood, tunes ranging from David Bowie to Slayer and Madonna to Bill Evans can be heard pouring out of his two-story home in Newport Beach. "I need to have music playing when I'm involved in the craft...
  • From the Boathouse: A season of lights

    Ahoy! Tis the season and the boat parades are underway in our local harbors and across the nation. For those living in southern Orange County, you have two more chances to see the 38th annual Dana Point Harbor Boat Parade of Lights. This year's theme is...
  • Products make gift-giving easy, stylish

    Products make gift-giving easy, stylish
    Lindsey Kath's small business, Branch + Cotton, started with a conundrum: gift wrapping for far-away recipients. "All my family lives back in Minnesota," the Corona del Mar resident said. "I never really had anything to send a gift in." It was hard...
  • Pizza parlors donating 20% of Tuesday's sales

    Looking for local opportunities to support Hurricane Sandy victims? Original Pizza, which has two locations in the Newport-Mesa area, will donate 20% of its sales Tuesday to the Rockaway Beach Relief Fund. Owner Steve Kalatschan, whose father opened...
  • Carnett: Life is full of tragedy, loss

    Tragedy knows no bounds in this broken world of ours. It springs forth from every gaping fissure, dark alley and murky recess. It metastasizes in a host of ways: bad medical reports, alarming diagnoses, grinding auto crashes, assaults, strokes and heart...
  • Creator of Mr. Panos and Maurica is smart, deep and — oh, yeah — funny

    Creator of Mr. Panos and Maurica is smart, deep and — oh, yeah — funny
    It's easy enough to see Yannis Pappas for free. The Brooklyn-born comedian has performed widely onstage and on TV, but two of his most prolific acts are characters who star in YouTube videos: Greek restaurant owner (and chain-smoking video blogger) Mr....
  • Enchanting for all

    Enchanting for all
    Editor's note: This corrects who will be playing Emile de Becque. It may be rare, but sometimes landing a great part doesn't depend on who you know. Just ask Christopher Johnstone. Johnstone has performed in operatic works like "The Pirates of...
  • Irvine tops safe city list

    Irvine is still the safest large city in the nation — and the city now boasts the lowest serious crime rate in its history, according to new numbers released by the FBI. The preliminary crime data for 2009 released Monday shows that Irvine last...
  • The Crowd: Newport Harbor alumni entertained

    The inaugural "Lights Up" performance and fundraiser May 15 showcased artists from Newport Harbor High School's past and present. The high-energy performance entertained the crowd in the campus' sparkling rebuilt Robert B. Wentz Theater. Newport Harbor...
  • The Crowd: Celebrating union of bicoastal culture

    The Crowd: Celebrating union of bicoastal culture
    It is arguably one of the most special spots in all of Orange County. The Noguchi Garden at Pacific Arts Plaza, Costa Mesa, welcomed a distinguished crowd for a luncheon last week celebrating the union of the Philharmonic Society of Orange County and...
  • Check It Out: Stories seasoned with flavor and love

    Some of Orange County's top chefs have been serving up tasty gourmet treats and sharing some of their cooking secrets during the library's "What's Cooking" series. Foodies looking to satisfy their cravings with an added course of good fiction need look no...