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July 31, 2001
Paul Clinton CRYSTAL COVE -- For the next several weeks, anyone who wants an inside glimpse of the historic district will have an opportunity to get it. California State Parks has begun leading the public through the district in a series of guided walking tours. "Our goal with this whole thing is to have as many people come down to the district," said Winter Bonin, who is organizing the tours. It will allow the public "to have a final chance to get close to the cottages and to go into a few of the cottages."
NEWS
April 27, 2006
Online reservations for some of the historic Crystal Cove Cottages open to the public at 8 a.m. today. The 13 beachfront cottages, including three dormitory-style cottages, can be reserved for dates starting June 26. There is only one reservation allowed per family per year. The maximum stay is seven days. The restored cottages, decorated in period furnishings from 1935 to 1955, are the first phase completed in a restoration project for the Crystal Cove Historic District in Crystal Cove State Park.
NEWS
April 11, 2002
It looks as though El Morro Trailer Park tenants in Crystal Cove State Park will continue to enjoy their under-market rents until December 31, 2004, but no longer ("Cove funding bill dropped," March 28). Assemblyman John Campbell has agreed to withdraw Assembly Bill 2190, which would extend El Morro leases for at least five additional years and increase the rents to market rates, earmarking these funds for rehabilitation of the cottages in the historic district of our publicly owned coastal park.
NEWS
By: | September 24, 2005
Actor to speak at Race for the Cure Emmy Award-winning actor Patricia Arquette will be a guest at the 14th Annual Komen Orange County Race for the Cure on Sunday at Fashion Island. Arquette, who stars in the television drama series "Medium," lost her mother to breast cancer in 1997. Sunday she will join an expected crowd of more than 30,000. The race, which is presented by the Orange County affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, has raised more than $11 million since it began in 1992.
NEWS
By By Andrew Edwards | January 18, 2006
Deal must still get OKs from several state organizations.Crystal Cove Alliance founder Laura Davick said Tuesday that her group has signed a 20-year deal to manage the cottages at Crystal Cove Historic District. The alliance agreed to the deal Monday, Davick said. She said cottages could be open to vacationers around June but was hesitant to specify a date. California Department of Parks and Recreation spokesman Roy Stearns emphasized Tuesday that "this is not a done deal."
NEWS
March 16, 2001
The Trilogy Playhouse will hold auditions for the musical "Ruthless" from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 27. "Ruthless" is the comedic story of a young girl who would literally kill for a part. Theatrical talent and unchained ambition reign in this melodrama with book and lyrics by Joel Paley and music by Marvin Laird. There are a variety of roles open. Auditions will be held at the theater, 2930 Bristol St., Building C-106, Costa Mesa. Information: (714) 957-3347, Ext. 2. Cabaret season to include 'Forbidden Broadway' The Orange County Performing Arts Center has announced that its 2001-02 Cabaret Season will include performances by Jason Graae, Davis Gaines, Rita Moreno, James Naughton and Douglas Sills.
NEWS
By: Andrew Edwards | October 13, 2005
Officials with the California Department of Recreation will consider a proposal that would allow the Crystal Cove Alliance to manage cottages in the Crystal Cove Historic District. "Today is a big day for our organization," Crystal Cove Alliance founder Laura Davick said. Wednesday was the last day for businesses and nonprofits to submit bids to the parks department to operate 13 cottages along with restaurants and visitor services at Crystal Cove.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Neighborhood meeting to look at fire danger New Fire Chief Mike Macey will discuss how residents near open space can prevent wildfires at the general meeting of the Top of the World Neighborhood Association at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Top of the World Elementary School multi-purpose room, 21601 Tree Top Lane. The meeting is open to the public. Macey and Battalion Chief Kris Head will provide key information regarding fire safety. Due to the near record rainfall last winter, plant growth in the open space surrounding TOW may create a formidable fire season, fire officials have warned.
BUSINESS
By Dave Brooks | May 8, 2006
An iconic snack shack in Crystal Cove is being taken over by a Newport restaurant chain, but locals will still be able to order their favorite eats. You just have to know the password. Ruby's Diner has taken control of the famed Shake Shack, an old eatery that served local residents and visitors to Crystal Cove for decades. While the menu will slightly change, visitors can still get unlisted items like the Date Shake, a milkshake using dates, as well as the famed Monkey Flip ice cream drink.
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By B.W. Cook | July 21, 2010
  On Sept. 25, the Crystal Cove Alliance plans to take donors back to 1920s and '30s Prohibition era in California for the upcoming eighth annual Crystal Cove Alliance beach gala. Last week in Newport Coast, 75 donors gathered for a pre-event underwriter's cocktail party catered by The Beachcomber Café at Crystal Cove. Fundraising gala chair Teddie Ray and co-chair Linda Kennedy served a gourmet dinner buffet and cocktails, while music had patrons dancing in the sand.
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NEWS
By Lauren Vane | June 14, 2006
Imagine this: heading down to Crystal Cove after a hard day's work to dine on the sand, sip a margarita and watch the sun go down. Well, imagine no more. The much anticipated Beachcomber restaurant in the newly renovated Crystal Cove Historic District will open up to the public at the end of July. Although the exact opening date is still to be determined and the menu hasn't yet been released, one thing's for sure. This unique eatery and beachfront bar is sure to be a destination dining spot for tourists and locals alike.
BUSINESS
By Dave Brooks | May 8, 2006
An iconic snack shack in Crystal Cove is being taken over by a Newport restaurant chain, but locals will still be able to order their favorite eats. You just have to know the password. Ruby's Diner has taken control of the famed Shake Shack, an old eatery that served local residents and visitors to Crystal Cove for decades. While the menu will slightly change, visitors can still get unlisted items like the Date Shake, a milkshake using dates, as well as the famed Monkey Flip ice cream drink.
NEWS
April 27, 2006
Online reservations for some of the historic Crystal Cove Cottages open to the public at 8 a.m. today. The 13 beachfront cottages, including three dormitory-style cottages, can be reserved for dates starting June 26. There is only one reservation allowed per family per year. The maximum stay is seven days. The restored cottages, decorated in period furnishings from 1935 to 1955, are the first phase completed in a restoration project for the Crystal Cove Historic District in Crystal Cove State Park.
NEWS
By By Andrew Edwards | January 18, 2006
Deal must still get OKs from several state organizations.Crystal Cove Alliance founder Laura Davick said Tuesday that her group has signed a 20-year deal to manage the cottages at Crystal Cove Historic District. The alliance agreed to the deal Monday, Davick said. She said cottages could be open to vacationers around June but was hesitant to specify a date. California Department of Parks and Recreation spokesman Roy Stearns emphasized Tuesday that "this is not a done deal."
NEWS
By: Andrew Edwards | October 13, 2005
Officials with the California Department of Recreation will consider a proposal that would allow the Crystal Cove Alliance to manage cottages in the Crystal Cove Historic District. "Today is a big day for our organization," Crystal Cove Alliance founder Laura Davick said. Wednesday was the last day for businesses and nonprofits to submit bids to the parks department to operate 13 cottages along with restaurants and visitor services at Crystal Cove.
NEWS
By: | September 24, 2005
Actor to speak at Race for the Cure Emmy Award-winning actor Patricia Arquette will be a guest at the 14th Annual Komen Orange County Race for the Cure on Sunday at Fashion Island. Arquette, who stars in the television drama series "Medium," lost her mother to breast cancer in 1997. Sunday she will join an expected crowd of more than 30,000. The race, which is presented by the Orange County affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, has raised more than $11 million since it began in 1992.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Neighborhood meeting to look at fire danger New Fire Chief Mike Macey will discuss how residents near open space can prevent wildfires at the general meeting of the Top of the World Neighborhood Association at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Top of the World Elementary School multi-purpose room, 21601 Tree Top Lane. The meeting is open to the public. Macey and Battalion Chief Kris Head will provide key information regarding fire safety. Due to the near record rainfall last winter, plant growth in the open space surrounding TOW may create a formidable fire season, fire officials have warned.
NEWS
April 11, 2002
It looks as though El Morro Trailer Park tenants in Crystal Cove State Park will continue to enjoy their under-market rents until December 31, 2004, but no longer ("Cove funding bill dropped," March 28). Assemblyman John Campbell has agreed to withdraw Assembly Bill 2190, which would extend El Morro leases for at least five additional years and increase the rents to market rates, earmarking these funds for rehabilitation of the cottages in the historic district of our publicly owned coastal park.
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