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By Michael Alexander | December 6, 2006
Tainted frozen strawberries may have been served at Jamba Juice locations in Costa Mesa, Newport Beach and Huntington Beach, but company representatives said all smoothies now being served are safe to drink. The berries, which came from Jamba Juice supplier Cleugh's Frozen Foods in Salinas, Calif., could have been contaminated with listeria monocytogenes , a potentially dangerous bacteria, according to news releases from the company. Berries from the supplier were shipped to stores across California, Arizona and southern Nevada.
NEWS
March 12, 2001
Stefanie Frith Jeanene Warren of Aliso Viejo has been training for one thing, and one thing only: to beat the Banana Man. The Jamba Juice Banana Man Chase was one of the highlights during the 18th annual Leigh and Lucy Steinberg Spirit Run 2001 that took place Sunday morning at Fashion Island in Newport Beach. More than 2,000 runners participated while another couple thousand spectators lined the streets around Fashion Island carrying balloons and posters.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 1, 2008
Where’s it at: Jamba Juice, 1835 Newport Blvd. and 901 S. Coast Drive, Costa Mesa, and 4341 MacArthur Blvd., Newport Beach What’s in it: Organic granola sits atop blended blueberries, strawberries, soy milk and vanilla low-fat yogurt. It comes in either 12- or 16- ounce cups. Cost: $3.85 for 12 ounces, $4.25 for 16 ounces. Why you should order it: This is part of the new breakfast menu that was tested in September and rolled out by the company at the end of the year.
NEWS
February 26, 2005
Symphony to play sounds of Mozart Orange County's Pacific Symphony is kicking off its first-ever Mozart Festival on Sunday. The weeklong event is a celebration of some of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's final chamber music and chamber orchestra settings. The festival begins at 3 p.m. Sunday with a Chamber Orchestra concert at The Barclay Theatre in Irvine. It concludes March 13 at the Orange County Performing Arts Center Founders Hall with the "Cafe Ludwig" Chamber Music concert.
NEWS
April 10, 2000
-- Compiled by Daily Pilot staff It looked like the film was burning at the opening night of the Newport Beach Film Festival. The festival trailer, which ran before "Sunset Boulevard" started. It featured computer animation, which simulated the look of the film getting caught in the projector and melting. The effect was extremely realistic -- so much so that Paramount Studios legend A.C. Lyles, who had obtained an immaculate new print of "Sunset Boulevard" especially for the festival, made a beeline for the projection booth.
NEWS
April 19, 2001
-- Story by Young Chang, photo by SHE IS A juicer to the core BLENDERS AND BOOSTS Regina Ramirez is one of those people we watch from behind the counter -- the juicers who seem almost like machines themselves as they move swiftly from the sherbet buckets to the juice dispensers to, of course, the little trays of powdered nutritional boosts. Ramirez, 26, can make a Jamba Juice smoothie in under two minutes at the Costa Mesa location where she works.
NEWS
September 6, 2001
It's always good news when popular businesses and shopping centers team up to help others. In the case of American Express, Fashion Island and other Irvine Co.-owned centers, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation will benefit. Dubbed "Charge for the Cure," the program will last through Oct. 31, during which time American Express will donate $1 to the foundation for every American Express charge made at Fashion Island, Corona del Mar Plaza, Bayside Center, Eastbluff Village Center, Harbor View Center, Newport Hills Center, Newport North Center and Westcliff Plaza.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Brooks | June 2, 2006
It's considered one of the top 5K races in California, renowned for its scenic views, ocean breeze and the much-feared Carnation Avenue hill. Every runner remembers that hill. "It's a really nice route, but it's tough because of the hills," longtime runner Tommy Martin said of this weekend's Corona del Mar Scenic 5K. "It's definitely not one of those races where anyone tries to break their personal record." The 64-year-old will be one of about 3,000 racers participating in this year's run, which stretches along Ocean Boulevard and makes its way along Seaview and First avenues.
NEWS
By: SUE CLARK | September 2, 2005
First, a disclaimer: I rarely write about local businesses by name, and when I do, it's only for a geographic sense of where I was at the time. I also would never abuse a public forum by accepting any favors from any business or any requests to publicize them. That being said, I want to talk about toenails. Mine are hideous, gnarled specimens that could be used in a horror movie. I could picture them sealed in a glass jar in the attic of "The Skeleton Key."
NEWS
By Candice Baker | April 28, 2011
Freebie of the Week: Stop by your local Ralphs' in-store pharmacy the first week of May to pick up a free Info-4-Life kit, which makes medical information available to emergency medical personnel. The kit includes two medical information forms (one for a wallet and one for a refrigerator door), a clear magnetic holder and a door sticker. Visit ralphs.com . Garden daze Garden lovers are planning to visit the 21st annual Southern California Spring Garden Show from Thursday through Sunday at South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa.
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NEWS
By Candice Baker | April 28, 2011
Freebie of the Week: Stop by your local Ralphs' in-store pharmacy the first week of May to pick up a free Info-4-Life kit, which makes medical information available to emergency medical personnel. The kit includes two medical information forms (one for a wallet and one for a refrigerator door), a clear magnetic holder and a door sticker. Visit ralphs.com . Garden daze Garden lovers are planning to visit the 21st annual Southern California Spring Garden Show from Thursday through Sunday at South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 1, 2008
Where’s it at: Jamba Juice, 1835 Newport Blvd. and 901 S. Coast Drive, Costa Mesa, and 4341 MacArthur Blvd., Newport Beach What’s in it: Organic granola sits atop blended blueberries, strawberries, soy milk and vanilla low-fat yogurt. It comes in either 12- or 16- ounce cups. Cost: $3.85 for 12 ounces, $4.25 for 16 ounces. Why you should order it: This is part of the new breakfast menu that was tested in September and rolled out by the company at the end of the year.
LOCAL
By Michael Alexander | December 6, 2006
Tainted frozen strawberries may have been served at Jamba Juice locations in Costa Mesa, Newport Beach and Huntington Beach, but company representatives said all smoothies now being served are safe to drink. The berries, which came from Jamba Juice supplier Cleugh's Frozen Foods in Salinas, Calif., could have been contaminated with listeria monocytogenes , a potentially dangerous bacteria, according to news releases from the company. Berries from the supplier were shipped to stores across California, Arizona and southern Nevada.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Brooks | June 2, 2006
It's considered one of the top 5K races in California, renowned for its scenic views, ocean breeze and the much-feared Carnation Avenue hill. Every runner remembers that hill. "It's a really nice route, but it's tough because of the hills," longtime runner Tommy Martin said of this weekend's Corona del Mar Scenic 5K. "It's definitely not one of those races where anyone tries to break their personal record." The 64-year-old will be one of about 3,000 racers participating in this year's run, which stretches along Ocean Boulevard and makes its way along Seaview and First avenues.
NEWS
By: SUE CLARK | September 2, 2005
First, a disclaimer: I rarely write about local businesses by name, and when I do, it's only for a geographic sense of where I was at the time. I also would never abuse a public forum by accepting any favors from any business or any requests to publicize them. That being said, I want to talk about toenails. Mine are hideous, gnarled specimens that could be used in a horror movie. I could picture them sealed in a glass jar in the attic of "The Skeleton Key."
NEWS
February 26, 2005
Symphony to play sounds of Mozart Orange County's Pacific Symphony is kicking off its first-ever Mozart Festival on Sunday. The weeklong event is a celebration of some of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's final chamber music and chamber orchestra settings. The festival begins at 3 p.m. Sunday with a Chamber Orchestra concert at The Barclay Theatre in Irvine. It concludes March 13 at the Orange County Performing Arts Center Founders Hall with the "Cafe Ludwig" Chamber Music concert.
NEWS
September 6, 2001
It's always good news when popular businesses and shopping centers team up to help others. In the case of American Express, Fashion Island and other Irvine Co.-owned centers, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation will benefit. Dubbed "Charge for the Cure," the program will last through Oct. 31, during which time American Express will donate $1 to the foundation for every American Express charge made at Fashion Island, Corona del Mar Plaza, Bayside Center, Eastbluff Village Center, Harbor View Center, Newport Hills Center, Newport North Center and Westcliff Plaza.
NEWS
April 19, 2001
-- Story by Young Chang, photo by SHE IS A juicer to the core BLENDERS AND BOOSTS Regina Ramirez is one of those people we watch from behind the counter -- the juicers who seem almost like machines themselves as they move swiftly from the sherbet buckets to the juice dispensers to, of course, the little trays of powdered nutritional boosts. Ramirez, 26, can make a Jamba Juice smoothie in under two minutes at the Costa Mesa location where she works.
NEWS
March 12, 2001
Stefanie Frith Jeanene Warren of Aliso Viejo has been training for one thing, and one thing only: to beat the Banana Man. The Jamba Juice Banana Man Chase was one of the highlights during the 18th annual Leigh and Lucy Steinberg Spirit Run 2001 that took place Sunday morning at Fashion Island in Newport Beach. More than 2,000 runners participated while another couple thousand spectators lined the streets around Fashion Island carrying balloons and posters.
NEWS
April 10, 2000
-- Compiled by Daily Pilot staff It looked like the film was burning at the opening night of the Newport Beach Film Festival. The festival trailer, which ran before "Sunset Boulevard" started. It featured computer animation, which simulated the look of the film getting caught in the projector and melting. The effect was extremely realistic -- so much so that Paramount Studios legend A.C. Lyles, who had obtained an immaculate new print of "Sunset Boulevard" especially for the festival, made a beeline for the projection booth.
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