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Orange County (New York)

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  • Arts champion Elaine Redfield dies

    Arts champion Elaine Redfield dies
    Elaine Redfield, a longtime Orange County arts advocate whose campaign for a local performance center led to the creation of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, has died at the age of 96. The coroner's office did not have information available on the...
  • Carnett: Selfie is nothing new, but the self-absorption is

    I took my first — and I'm pretty sure last — "selfie" in the summer of 1964. Perhaps you're aware of this fresh utterance for a 21st century phenomenon. Oxford Dictionary recently tabbed "selfie" its 2013 word of the year. The term...
  • Commentary: Put Lucille Kuehn's name somewhere on the library

    An appropriate tribute to the late Lucille Kuehn, one of the most important women in Newport Beach's 106-year history, would be to name something in her honor at the Central Library. Lucille, who passed away peacefully last week at 89, was the...
  • The dean meets the Delta

    The dean meets the Delta
    Tucked into the corner of an administrative building, awash with the hush-hush of important work, an earth-toned room was occupied by furniture, books and knickknacks. And there it lay — smack-dab in the center. A curvy black case, held together...
  • Breakers win in New York

    The Orange County Breakers won four of five sets to defeat the New York Sportimes, 20-13, in a Mylan World Team Tennis match on the road on Wednesday night. With the victory, the Breakers (6-3) remain tied with Springfield atop the Western Conference...
  • A taste of Turkey

    A taste of Turkey
    Consider Sunday the last opportunity for awhile to watch a Turkish folk dance, try a manti (Turkish dumpling) or take a picture with a soldier guarding a replica of the Trojan Horse. Turkey came to the Orange County Fairgrounds this weekend for the...
  • The Crowd: Big numbers for the 1221 Club

    The Crowd: Big numbers for the 1221 Club
    More than 100 women dressed in their finest holiday attire came together in the Grand Ballroom of the Balboa Bay Club & Resort for a Christmas luncheon benefiting the 1221 Club student scholarship fund sponsored by the Balboa Bay Club. Carole Pickup,...
  • Orange County law firm may take helm in Lindsay Lohan's defense

    Lindsay Lohan maybe getting a new lawyer if she signs off on a plan to have a  prominent Orange County law firm help represent her on criminal charges she lied about a car crash on Pacific Coast Highway. The latest development comes after her New York...
  • Journey through Japanese arts in O.C.

    COSTA MESA — Get ready for a journey to explore the Japanese and Japanese American cultures through a medium that can connect all people: the arts. The JapanOC festival opens Saturday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center, the Segerstrom...
  • Event celebrates love of books

    When the clock struck 4:30 p.m. at the Daily Pilot in the early 1980s, reporter T. Jefferson Parker would unplug his IBM Selectric, grab a thick stack of white paper and run out the door, clutching the typewriter and smiling at his editor. Parker...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Sunday's Calendar
    SUNDAY Spring Perennial Sale The UC Irvine Arboretum will have its Spring Perennial Sale from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission costs $2. The arboretum is just south of the intersection of Campus Drive and Jamboree Road in Irvine. Pancake Breakfast Mesa...
  • Reporter's Notebook: The New York Philharmonic, my grandma and her 'Uncle Solly'

    Reporter's Notebook: The New York Philharmonic, my grandma and her 'Uncle Solly'
    The two strangers leafed through the scrapbook, their memories of a man in common flowing like the airy music that earlier filled the hall. There they were, backstage at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall after Tuesday night's Philharmonic...