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August 19, 2000
-- Andrew Glazer CORONA DEL MAR -- A bicyclist suffered a broken leg after he was struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon on Pacific Coast Highway near Dahlia Street. At about 4:30 p.m., Dan Brian Smith, 41, of Huntington Beach, was riding north on his bicycle when he collided with the opening door of a parked white Volkswagen Cabriolet. He then swerved into traffic, officials said. Smith was then stuck by a black Land Rover, which was also heading north.
NEWS
February 7, 2004
FLO MARTIN This past Saturday, the Daily Pilot devoted a lot of space to a favorite subject, Rock Harbor Church. Rock Harbor rocks in Costa Mesa. I have attended several of their regular services and each time felt like dancing in the aisles. I have laughed out loud with their teaching pastor, Mike Erre. I have been in awe of the stark Christmas and Easter dramas that have become the earmark of Rock Harbor's program. Rock Harbor has planted Keith Page's Rock Bottom mission.
NEWS
June 12, 2003
Ginger Dunn The picture many have of Africa, that of the golden savanna dotted with wild game and studded with flat-topped umbrella acacia trees, is actually the landscape of Kenya. This is the land of the classic safari. The animals roaming freely and abundantly is a scene truly right out of National Geographic. The safari goal is to see the Big Five: lion, elephant, water buffalo, rhino and leopard. We began at Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa.
NEWS
March 13, 2000
Amy R. Spurgeon NEWPORT-MESA -- Locals forced to pay premiums at the gas pumps appeared relatively unaffected Sunday. "We're not really worried," said Jessica Jones, an attendant at the 76 gas station in Corona del Mar. "Everybody has to buy gas and this is a pretty wealthy neighborhood."Jones said the majority of business Sunday came from those requesting full-service premium gasoline at $2.15 a gallon. But that's much different from her own story.
NEWS
February 16, 2006
Baker's dozen of suggestions includes Back Bay View Park, Newport Center, Mariner's Mile.Look out the window of Newport Beach City Hall, and the view is likely to be old buildings, parked cars or traffic on Newport Boulevard. But imagine while waiting for your building permit, you're gazing at birds alighting on the Back Bay. Or planes taking off from John Wayne Airport. A city committee will consider a list of 13 possible sites for a city hall, including the existing Balboa Peninsula location.
NEWS
March 30, 2000
Opening Night Gala The Opening Night Gala salutes 50 years of outstanding filmmaking. The evening is the official start of the festival and an industry-packed birthday party for the legendary film, "Sunset Boulevard." "Sunset Boulevard" United States, 1950 Dir: Billy Wilder Prod: Charles Beckett Cast: William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich Von Stroheim Running time: 110 minutes An aging silent-film queen refuses to allow the sun to set on her career and hires a young screenwriter to help her make a comeback.
NEWS
October 16, 2003
GREER WYLDER The Shed showcases cutting-edge art at the Cannery Village in Newport Beach. Media represented include painting, photography, sculpture, video, drawing and video. Its first show and reception, from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, will feature Richard Turner's work. His avant-garde series "Diptychs" uses materials from his work as an artist, teacher and curator. Much of his work is inspired by Asian cultures. Turner is a professor of design and Asian art history at Chapman University, co-chair of the university's department of Art and co-director of the Guggenheim Gallery.
NEWS
September 25, 2003
David C. Weber "My Lord, look at the guns! Welcome to Zimbabwe." My son Douglas was as amazed as I at the gun cases that come off the plane from Johannesburg -- nearly 10% of the 80 passengers on the flight came to Victoria Falls with weapons for shooting big game. There are governmental "concessions" designated for hunting. "Have no fear," our professional safari guide, Gavin, said. "No hunting in any game concession we'll be in." True enough.
NEWS
November 8, 2002
Deepa Bharath You can't really miss a man like Andy Mandell. He's tall, well built and sports a big, gray mustache -- and an equally magnanimous smile. And he walks tall, pounding the sidewalk with size 13 shoes and a dark brown walking stick almost as tall as his 6-foot-4 frame. The 57-year-old Floridian walked his 2,618th mile Thursday afternoon on Coast Highway in Newport Beach. The distance is only a fraction of the 10,000 miles he hopes to cover in the next two to three years as part of his campaign to educate the nation about diabetes.
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NEWS
June 22, 2007
Land Rover is now the official vehicle of the 2007 Newport Beach Breakers, to be managed by Hoag Hospital Foundation through the 2009 World Team Tennis season. The LR-2 SUV model will be on display at the seven home matches in July at Breakers Stadium for attendees to view, hospital spokeswoman Rachel Quizon said. The first 75 Land Rover drivers who attend each home match will get VIP treatment with front row, premium parking at the stadium at Newport Beach Country Club as part of the promotion.
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NEWS
February 16, 2006
Baker's dozen of suggestions includes Back Bay View Park, Newport Center, Mariner's Mile.Look out the window of Newport Beach City Hall, and the view is likely to be old buildings, parked cars or traffic on Newport Boulevard. But imagine while waiting for your building permit, you're gazing at birds alighting on the Back Bay. Or planes taking off from John Wayne Airport. A city committee will consider a list of 13 possible sites for a city hall, including the existing Balboa Peninsula location.
NEWS
February 7, 2004
FLO MARTIN This past Saturday, the Daily Pilot devoted a lot of space to a favorite subject, Rock Harbor Church. Rock Harbor rocks in Costa Mesa. I have attended several of their regular services and each time felt like dancing in the aisles. I have laughed out loud with their teaching pastor, Mike Erre. I have been in awe of the stark Christmas and Easter dramas that have become the earmark of Rock Harbor's program. Rock Harbor has planted Keith Page's Rock Bottom mission.
NEWS
October 16, 2003
GREER WYLDER The Shed showcases cutting-edge art at the Cannery Village in Newport Beach. Media represented include painting, photography, sculpture, video, drawing and video. Its first show and reception, from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, will feature Richard Turner's work. His avant-garde series "Diptychs" uses materials from his work as an artist, teacher and curator. Much of his work is inspired by Asian cultures. Turner is a professor of design and Asian art history at Chapman University, co-chair of the university's department of Art and co-director of the Guggenheim Gallery.
NEWS
September 25, 2003
David C. Weber "My Lord, look at the guns! Welcome to Zimbabwe." My son Douglas was as amazed as I at the gun cases that come off the plane from Johannesburg -- nearly 10% of the 80 passengers on the flight came to Victoria Falls with weapons for shooting big game. There are governmental "concessions" designated for hunting. "Have no fear," our professional safari guide, Gavin, said. "No hunting in any game concession we'll be in." True enough.
NEWS
June 12, 2003
Ginger Dunn The picture many have of Africa, that of the golden savanna dotted with wild game and studded with flat-topped umbrella acacia trees, is actually the landscape of Kenya. This is the land of the classic safari. The animals roaming freely and abundantly is a scene truly right out of National Geographic. The safari goal is to see the Big Five: lion, elephant, water buffalo, rhino and leopard. We began at Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa.
NEWS
November 8, 2002
Deepa Bharath You can't really miss a man like Andy Mandell. He's tall, well built and sports a big, gray mustache -- and an equally magnanimous smile. And he walks tall, pounding the sidewalk with size 13 shoes and a dark brown walking stick almost as tall as his 6-foot-4 frame. The 57-year-old Floridian walked his 2,618th mile Thursday afternoon on Coast Highway in Newport Beach. The distance is only a fraction of the 10,000 miles he hopes to cover in the next two to three years as part of his campaign to educate the nation about diabetes.
NEWS
August 19, 2000
-- Andrew Glazer CORONA DEL MAR -- A bicyclist suffered a broken leg after he was struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon on Pacific Coast Highway near Dahlia Street. At about 4:30 p.m., Dan Brian Smith, 41, of Huntington Beach, was riding north on his bicycle when he collided with the opening door of a parked white Volkswagen Cabriolet. He then swerved into traffic, officials said. Smith was then stuck by a black Land Rover, which was also heading north.
NEWS
April 1, 2000
TODAY FEATURE FILMS EDWARDS ISLAND 7 CINEMAS 11 a.m. "The Basket" United States, 1999 Dir.: Rich Cowan Prod.: Rich Cowan Cast: Karen Allen, Robert Karl Burke, Peter Coyote, Amber Willenborg Running time: 105 minutes A picturesque Pacific Northwest community, still reeling from World War I, turns into a social battleground when new school teacher introduces a new game called basketball. 1 p.m. "Comanche" Dir.: Burt Kennedy Running time: 29 minutes True story of gallant 7th Cavalry horse that was the lone survivor of Little Big Horn battle.
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