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SPORTS
September 27, 2010
Danielle de Seriere can't stop smiling. The senior goalkeeper is one of many reasons the UC Irvine women's soccer team is off to an 8-1-2 start and has earned the program's first national ranking. And de Seriere said Monday during taping for the year's first edition of the Blue & Gold Report radio program that she was anything but indifferent about the Anteaters' noteworthy opening. "It's awesome," said de Seriere, who has posted four shutouts to help Coach Scott Juniper's squad outscore teams, 25-11, this season.
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FEATURES
November 19, 2009
Apparitions of three dead presidents will visit Temple Isaiah in Newport Beach tonight. Three presidential impressionists playing the parts of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and James Garfield will show up during the Friday night Sabbath services there, which start at 8 p.m., to address the temple’s congregants and interact with the crowd. This living history event will be free and open to the public said Peter Small, president of Temple Isaiah’s congregation.
NEWS
February 18, 2001
Jennifer Kho COSTA MESA -- City officials and community leaders are arguing about the price of history. In December, the City Council unanimously approved the restoration of Huscroft House, which dates back to the early 1900s, for use as a cultural museum at Fairview Park. The council was expected to approve a contract last week to move the building from TeWinkle Park, where it is boarded up and stands on blocks, but instead scheduled a public hearing to determine whether residents think it is worth the cost.
FEATURES
By By Lindsay Sandham | November 18, 2005
Guided tours offer locals and visitors a chance to learn about the famous locales and wealthy inhabitants of the harbor.Where can you go to see homes of the rich and famous, hear a Newport Beach history lesson and catch a glimpse of California sea lions in their natural habitat? The Fun Zone Boat Co., founded in 1948 and located on the Balboa Pavilion, offers daily harbor cruises featuring all of the above. Each boat operator narrates the tour based on his or her knowledge of local history and who lives in what home, making each cruise a little different.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | January 20, 2009
The school grounds seemed like a ghost town for a good 20 minutes Tuesday morning as every student, and nearly every staff member at Estancia High School, stood or sat in front of a TV listening to President Barack Obama. Obama’s voice echoed against the English classroom walls near the rear of the school. If students weren’t sitting at a desk watching his inauguration, they were on the ground in front of one, heads tilted upward, many of them watching their first presidential inauguration.
NEWS
July 12, 2001
Young Chang Artist Mike Tauber laments the fact that in his mere 40 years he's watched the orange groves throughout Orange County all but disappear. He's nostalgic and sad that the landscape has changed but hopeful that the county's citrus heritage won't escape memories that have muddied for those too young to remember. "I think the loss of orange trees represents the passage of time," the Laguna Beach artist said. "What I'm doing is taking oranges for sentimental reasons and bringing them back as art. It changed from agriculture, and now it lives on as art."
NEWS
December 11, 2004
The Newport Harbor High football team will play in the school's seventh championship game today at 2 p.m. at Angel Stadium against top-seeded Orange Lutheran, the sixth title game under Coach Jeff Brinkley. The Sailors have won the championship game twice, beating Irvine, 19-18, in 1999 and a 20-15 victory over Servite in 1994. Newport's most recent trip to the big game was in 2000 where Irvine exacted revenge with a 14-0 win. The Sailors also lost the 1992 title game to Irvine, 30-8.
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