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June 18, 2004
Paul Saitowitz In a central Orange County industrial space sandwiched between machine shops and, well, other machine shops is an unlikely place to find the progeny of one of the world's most famous drummers. Not just well-known, but the purveyor of the torrential downpour of classic-rock-defining tom-tom fills that flood the background of the legendary rock anthem "Sunshine of Your Love," the blasting backbeat of "White Room" and thumping rhythm of "Crossroads."
NEWS
August 15, 2006
The Daily Pilot visited ice-cream makers at Costa Mesa High School and asked, "What do you do to keep cool during the summer?"   "Go into the pool." Bruno Chavez, 17 Costa Mesa   "Try to go swimming at the pool or the beach, or eat ice cream." Mike Brusic, 17 Newport Beach "I usually go to the beach." Rebecca Kamran, 15 Newport Beach "Probably drink something cold and take a walk in the park." Anne Rivera, 16 Costa Mesa   "Usually go to the beach or somewhere indoors where there's a lot of airconditioning, like the movies."
FEATURES
April 11, 2007
The Daughters of the American Revolution organization has recognized five students at Our Lady Queen of Angels School in Newport Beach. Eighth-graders Jonathan Walsh and Samantha Luehrs, and seventh-graders Scott Matthews and Alexis Meruelo received citizenship awards; fifth-grader Will Van Dalsem received an award for outstanding history knowledge. Twenty-seven girls and five moms from the National Charity League's ninth-grade Ticktockers Class participated in a weekend fundraiser at Bob's Old Fashioned Ice Cream at the Orange County Marketplace in Costa Mesa.
NEWS
March 1, 2001
Most readers may not have noticed, but we at Retail Roundup have been extremely agitated and stressed lately. Our friends have stopped calling after being treated to rants about work, politics and the endless rain. (When will it end, by the way?) Our co-workers avoid us as if we're an unleashed, rabid, wild cat stalking through the Daily Pilot Plaza. Thankfully, relief is in sight. St. Patrick's Day is only a couple of weeks off. We were happily reminded of that when we received a colorful press release from TGI Friday's announcing its Blarney Blaster.
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | May 3, 2013
Adams Elementary School Principal Gabriel Del Real was avoiding something at the end of the Friday's morning assembly. "But I have to do it because I promised," he said. "You promised, all right!" a student shouted from the crowd of kids sitting on the blacktop. Making good on his pledge, Del Real stepped into a chalk square drawn on the ground and prepared to be covered in silly string. As a reward for their 100% participation in Adams' jog-a-thon fundraiser April 24, two classes got to spray the principal from head to toe. Soon he was cocooned in pink foam while the audience screamed with delight.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 2008
Where it’s at: Bukhara Cuisine of India, 7594 Edinger Ave., Huntington Beach. Why you should order it: If you’ve avoided Indian food in the past because you think it’s too hot, we would like to recommend chicken korma, a creamy, silky Persian-Indian dish, which can be traced back to the 16th century, when the Mughals ruled India. Bukhara marinates the chicken and cooks it in a tandoor (a clay oven), which reaches high temperatures in order to quickly seal in the juices.
SPORTS
May 31, 2007
Hometown: Newport Beach Born: April 26, 1989 Height: 6-foot-2 Weight: 160 pounds Sport: Volleyball Position: Setter Coach: Steve Conti Favorite food: Ice cream Favorite movie: "300" Favorite athletic moment: Winning the CIF Southern Section Division II championship during his senior year. Week in review: The UC San Diego-bound senior was a model of consistency for the Sea Kings in their final two matches of the CIF playoffs.
NEWS
February 8, 2003
Deepa Bharath "Not the eyebrows, guys, please!" The plea for mercy came from Oscar Santoyo, director of Save Our Youth, as he sat on a chair Friday evening surrounded by a bunch of students armed with hair clippers and hair dye. Santoyo had promised his students in Save Our Youth's academic program that if they each earned a grade point average of 2.8, they could do whatever they liked to his hair and he would...
NEWS
By Hannah Fry | March 28, 2014
Paularino Elementary School kindergartner Cash Gorke looked eagerly at the marine life swimming around inside the touch tank in a Costa Mesa High School science classroom. After getting a nod of approval from his mother, Cash plunged both arms into the tank, the sleeves of his black shirt quickly absorbing the water, and pulled up a bright orange sea star. He proudly displayed his catch to other children standing near him, holding it up like he had found treasure among the sea creatures.
OCNOW
By Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic | May 2, 2014
The OC Mix is kind of a mini-Portland, Ore., within Costa Mesa's mammoth SoCo design complex, an enclosed warren of small shops devoted to spices, artisan cheese, baby clothes, funky jewelry, nut milks, chocolate and olive oil. Analog, a vinyl specialist, stocks Led Zeppelin bootlegs you may not have seen since the glory days of Moby Disc in the mid-1970s. If you hit the ice cream counter on the right day, you may be able to score a scoop flavored with salty black licorice. Another store features both skinny jeans and fixie bicycles.
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By Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic | May 2, 2014
The OC Mix is kind of a mini-Portland, Ore., within Costa Mesa's mammoth SoCo design complex, an enclosed warren of small shops devoted to spices, artisan cheese, baby clothes, funky jewelry, nut milks, chocolate and olive oil. Analog, a vinyl specialist, stocks Led Zeppelin bootlegs you may not have seen since the glory days of Moby Disc in the mid-1970s. If you hit the ice cream counter on the right day, you may be able to score a scoop flavored with salty black licorice. Another store features both skinny jeans and fixie bicycles.
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NEWS
By Hannah Fry | March 28, 2014
Paularino Elementary School kindergartner Cash Gorke looked eagerly at the marine life swimming around inside the touch tank in a Costa Mesa High School science classroom. After getting a nod of approval from his mother, Cash plunged both arms into the tank, the sleeves of his black shirt quickly absorbing the water, and pulled up a bright orange sea star. He proudly displayed his catch to other children standing near him, holding it up like he had found treasure among the sea creatures.
NEWS
By Rhea Mahbubani | September 23, 2013
In a classic episode of "The Office," Steve Carell's Michael Scott told his underling, played by John Krasinski, "It's never too late for ice cream, Jim. " And if the scene at Creamistry in Irvine on Thursday was any indication, it's never too early either. A pair of friends arrived scouring for dessert at 11 a.m. no less. Ignoring the advice of mothers everywhere, they chortled, lunch could wait. But the rendezvous wasn't meant to be, as evidenced by "Awws" and a particularly loud "Oh, no!"
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | May 3, 2013
Adams Elementary School Principal Gabriel Del Real was avoiding something at the end of the Friday's morning assembly. "But I have to do it because I promised," he said. "You promised, all right!" a student shouted from the crowd of kids sitting on the blacktop. Making good on his pledge, Del Real stepped into a chalk square drawn on the ground and prepared to be covered in silly string. As a reward for their 100% participation in Adams' jog-a-thon fundraiser April 24, two classes got to spray the principal from head to toe. Soon he was cocooned in pink foam while the audience screamed with delight.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters | March 7, 2012
When Danish duo Christian Toxboe and Laura Nielsen brought their gelato recipe to the U.S., they wanted to make it different. They wanted to make it nice. Using fresh, organic ingredients, they launched N'ice Cream: Nielsen's Homemade Gelato and Sorbet, a Venice Beach-based dessert and espresso shop. Each morning, 16 flavors are whipped up in-store using a formula that is lower in fat and sugar than traditional ice cream. "We opened on the notion that it is possible to bring a group of kids somewhere that moms don't have to be worried about artificial flavors and sweeteners," Toxboe said.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | January 26, 2011
A Corona del Mar resident has one pie tin in the door toward opening her own bakery after winning an original recipe contest for a Los Angeles-based bakery chain. Tamar Gugasian, 36, whose family owns 21 Oceanfront Restaurant and Doryman's Inn in Newport Beach, will have her home-made sugar-cream pie for sale at SusieCakes locations this week as the winner of the Home Baker Pie Contest. "I am so excited and honored that they would choose my own recipe," Gugasian said of the recipe, which uses a crumble chocolate-chip cookie crust because members of her family have nut allergies.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Nancy Aziz | April 30, 2010
The most difficult decision when visiting Balboa Island is where to buy a Balboa Bar, a delectable ice cream treat named after this charming little slice of Newport Beach. Two ice cream shops, Dad’s and Sugar ‘N’ Spice, sell the generous slab of vanilla ice cream on a stick that’s dipped in chocolate, then smothered with the topping of your choice — crushed Oreos, nuts, chocolate sprinkles or some other sinful pleasure. (Don’t even think about the calories.
LOCAL
December 10, 2008
The American Red Cross has teamed up with the Los Angeles Clippers and Cold Stone Creamery to offer free tickets to a game and ice cream for anyone who donates blood or platelets this month. All donors will also have a chance to win an American Express gift card valued at $500 when they donate blood or platelets at any Red Cross blood drive in Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura or San Diego counties. Any donations will help the Red Cross deal with persistently low blood supply levels, officials said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 2008
Where it’s at: Bukhara Cuisine of India, 7594 Edinger Ave., Huntington Beach. Why you should order it: If you’ve avoided Indian food in the past because you think it’s too hot, we would like to recommend chicken korma, a creamy, silky Persian-Indian dish, which can be traced back to the 16th century, when the Mughals ruled India. Bukhara marinates the chicken and cooks it in a tandoor (a clay oven), which reaches high temperatures in order to quickly seal in the juices.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 8, 2008
Ice cream lovers, grab your spoons. The Fashion Island Häagen-Dazs will be unveiling two new flavors next week, and they want your feedback to decide which to add to their regular repertoire. Customers will be able to taste a single scoop of the two new offerings — Vanilla Honey Bee and Green Tea flavors — from 4 to 8 p.m. starting Monday. “People can choose which one they like, and the corporation will keep the customers’ favorite,” shift leader Sylvia Trejo said.
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