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November 1, 1999
Susan McCormack Trick-or-treaters weren't greeted with the cool breezes and gray skies that usually precede Halloween. October closed as it started: with temperatures about 10 degrees warmer this year than last, officials said. Locally on Sunday, thermometers hit 86 and skies were blue as a summer day, though Sunday morning's time change meant an earlier sunset than in recent weeks. Brent Jacobsen, a lifeguard supervisor at Newport Beach, said that about 25,000 were at the beach each day this weekend to enjoy views of Catalina Island and September-like weather.
NEWS
November 15, 2010
COSTA MESA — The man whose artwork symbolized the Southern California surfing culture of the 1960s plans to visit South Coast Plaza. John Van Hamersveld, artist behind the iconic, color-saturated "Endless Summer" movie poster of an Orange County sunset, will make an appearance at the Surfing Heritage Museum this month. The image of surfers on the sand, carrying their long boards atop their heads with the blazing fluorescent sun in the background, reminds local surfers of the time and travelling surf culture celebrated in the movie.
NEWS
By B.W. COOK | August 19, 2006
The Newport Dunes Resort will be the setting for a Sept. 9 gathering of the Orange County Friends of St. Jude. Organizers are calling the event "Endless Summer," an annual beach-themed dinner and auction that will benefit the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. The Saturday evening beach bash will feature the music of the Buzzcatz and an auction that will include an exclusive day at Neiman Marcus for 10, a getaway to Las Vegas on a private jet and much more.
SPORTS
By John Burton | October 29, 2009
This week began with a familiar and welcome pattern: warm sunshine, no wind, warm water and some decent waves. It was pretty small at Newport so I decided to make a run down to the Trestles — San Onofre area. I knew it’d be a foot and a half bigger and maybe I’d run into the “Three Wise Men.” On a Monday morning everyone would be at school or work and it’d be uncrowded. Or not. I arrived to find myself with 200 or more of my closest friends.
LOCAL
By | September 15, 2009
Local Orange County Friends of St. Jude Present Endless Summer on the Riviera ~ Grand Prix in Monaco to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital   Newport Beach, CA – Local St. Jude volunteer committee, the Orange County Friends of St. Jude, will host the seventh annual Endless Summer benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on Saturday, September 19, 2009....
NEWS
By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | November 27, 2010
Wearing all black, from his socks to his shirt and hat, John Van Hamersveld may not look like a Southern California surf culture icon from the 1960s. But you need to just turn to his artwork. Most notably, the poster he created for the classic surf movie, "The Endless Summer. " "It's simple, clean. Sun, surf, sand," said Costa Mesa resident Tom Askew, a proud son of Southern California's '60s surf culture, who was wearing an O'Neill baseball cap Saturday. Referring to the poster and lifestyle it represents, Askew said, "It's a feeling.
NEWS
By: B.W. COOK | September 10, 2005
It was late actor and comic Danny Thomas' favorite cause. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, founded in 1962 by Thomas and his supporters, received international attention via Thomas and his efforts. The hospital has made a difference for more than 20,000 young cancer patients from all across the Untied States and around the world. St. Jude offers medical treatment at no cost to families with suffering children, and no means to pay. Orange County Friends of St. Jude recently hosted an annual local gathering, called Endless Summer -- New England Clambake, at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort in Newport Beach.
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January 19, 2012
Scott “Meato” Mathew Rask, 38, of Newport Beach, left us for an Endless Summer on January 12, 2012. Scott was born August, 26 1973 in Escondido, California. Sur¿ng was Scott's number one passion, followed closely by Fishing and all sports. There wasn't any sport Scott would not try and excel at; he was an awesome athlete. With a heart of gold, Scott loved and cared for all his family and friends greatly. Scott's dynamic smile and great sense of humor always brought joy and laughter to us all.  Scott was an Awesome Son,  Brother, Nephew, Uncle, God Father and Friend.
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By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | November 27, 2010
Wearing all black, from his socks to his shirt and hat, John Van Hamersveld may not look like a Southern California surf culture icon from the 1960s. But you need to just turn to his artwork. Most notably, the poster he created for the classic surf movie, "The Endless Summer. " "It's simple, clean. Sun, surf, sand," said Costa Mesa resident Tom Askew, a proud son of Southern California's '60s surf culture, who was wearing an O'Neill baseball cap Saturday. Referring to the poster and lifestyle it represents, Askew said, "It's a feeling.
NEWS
November 15, 2010
COSTA MESA — The man whose artwork symbolized the Southern California surfing culture of the 1960s plans to visit South Coast Plaza. John Van Hamersveld, artist behind the iconic, color-saturated "Endless Summer" movie poster of an Orange County sunset, will make an appearance at the Surfing Heritage Museum this month. The image of surfers on the sand, carrying their long boards atop their heads with the blazing fluorescent sun in the background, reminds local surfers of the time and travelling surf culture celebrated in the movie.
NEWS
By Heather Hart | July 3, 2010
Summer is here, and with the help of the Newport Beach Public Library, you will never be bored! Escape the summer sun by enjoying one of the many available entertainments provided to you by the library for free. To start, be sure to pick up a good book to read (I'm a librarian; I can't help but think of books first!). The library has regular resources available for your enjoyment; check out our special events and programs specifically for summer. The summer reading programs for adults, teens, and children have started with full force.
SPORTS
By John Burton | December 3, 2009
My neighbor and I were talking about surfing and he told me about his days as a Huntington Beach local and some of the characters he knew. It occurred to me that I hadn’t spent much time in HB lately. I learned to ride waves at the pier on my belly board before I started stand-up surfing, but apart from a dog surfing contest I watched this summer, we’d been strangers for a few years. So a little road trip north sounded like a good idea. I headed out mid-morning, waiting for a big high tide to ebb, and paddled out north of the pier.
LOCAL
By | September 15, 2009
Local Orange County Friends of St. Jude Present Endless Summer on the Riviera ~ Grand Prix in Monaco to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital   Newport Beach, CA – Local St. Jude volunteer committee, the Orange County Friends of St. Jude, will host the seventh annual Endless Summer benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on Saturday, September 19, 2009....
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | July 24, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Joey Buran removed his shoes and socks moments after thanking family and friends at the Surfers’ Hall of Fame induction ceremony Friday morning. Just before placing his feet in the concrete in front of the Huntington Surf and Sport store, Buran smiled as he wiggled his toes. Then, plop. He squished his feet into the ground. Cameras flashed, as Buran, a Costa Mesa resident, continued to smile. The surfer many called, “The California Kid,” reveled in the moment.
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By Jack Salisbury | July 10, 2008
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