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NEWS
August 10, 2004
Jimmy Stroup The 16th annual Taste of Newport will offer exactly what it's offered 15 times before -- the high-quality food and entertainment that Newport Beach represents. Berlin, Blondie and Kool and the Gang are this year's musical highlights for the three-day September event. "We continue every year to expand the entertainment power of the event, and this year is certainly no exception," Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Vice President Jeff Parker said.
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LOCAL
By Paul Oginni | August 6, 2009
Did you know that Hi-Time Wine Cellars houses the largest underground wine cellar east of the Mississippi? The cellar boasts a wide variety of wines from regions such as France, Italy, Spain, Hungary and New Zealand. The family-owned store opened its doors in 1957 and has become a part of the Costa Mesa landscape. This week, we’re checking in with Charlie Hirst, the founder’s grandson. What are your most popular vintages? Our most popular wine category is the Cabernet Sauvignon.
NEWS
March 17, 2001
Danette Goulet NEWPORT-MESA -- Less than two months after leaving the top job at Corona del Mar High School for a spot in the district office, Don Martin has decided to leave Newport-Mesa altogether. Martin is leaving Southern California and its beaches for the vineyards of Northern California. He has taken a position in the St. Helena Unified School District as the director of curriculum and instruction. And he's doing it soon -- by the end of the month.
NEWS
March 27, 2004
Alicia Robinson A motorcycle accident Wednesday night claimed the life of a 25-year-old former Marine who hoped one day to be a police officer. Christopher Forest O'Neil was driving his Suzuki motorcycle west on the Riverside Freeway east of Imperial Highway around 10:33 p.m. when he lost control of his bike and was thrown onto the road, where he was struck by three vehicles. The Costa Mesa resident was pronounced dead at the scene. California Highway Patrol officials have not determined the cause of the accident.
BUSINESS
By Candice Baker | December 24, 2009
Luxury grocer Dean & DeLuca has unexpectedly canceled plans to install a 23,000-square-foot West Coast flagship store at Fashion Island. The gourmet store was expected to be installed in a new, 83,000-square-foot building adjacent to the center’s Atrium Court, along with fellow new tenant Dick’s Sporting Goods, which takes up 42,000 square feet, according to Daily Pilot reports. “We’ve just been informed by Dean & DeLuca that they’re not moving forward with the store in Fashion Island,” Irvine Co. spokesman John Christensen said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By B.W. Cook | March 28, 2012
The Philharmonic Society of Orange County transformed the Samueli Theater into a New York supper club for a very special "Night of Broadway. " Two of the Orange Coast's most dynamic women, Marsha Anderson and Marta Bhathal , co-chaired the Irvine-based nonprofit's annual benefit gala. The duo produced an evening around the musical performance of composer-lyricist Neil Berg, creator of "100 Years of Broadway. " Berg's showcase was backed by a concert band and a Broadway-caliber cast of performers who shared with the crowd legendary songs from memorable shows, such as "Phantom of the Opera", "Chicago" and "South Pacific.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | February 18, 2011
Editor's note: This corrects the relationship between Ryan O'Melveny Wilson and Richard N. Frank. After 26 years behind the stove, award-winning Five Crowns and SideDoor Executive Chef Dennis Brask has handed over his spatula to a new generation. The new executive chef at the neighboring establishments in Corona del Mar is Ryan O'Melveny Wilson, 30, the grandson of Richard N. Frank, who opened Five Crowns in 1965. Brask, 60, retired so he could spend more time with his family.
NEWS
October 17, 2002
Lolita Harper Planning commissioners, restaurant officials and frustrated residents batted around numerous possible solutions Monday but lacked a definite answer to accomplish an elusive goal: keeping loud, drunken people quiet. A handful of residents spoke loudly in opposition to the city's previous approval of longer hours at the Wendy's restaurant on East 17th Street. The drive-through window stays open until 11 p.m., but the fast food chain asked for an extension to 1 a.m. to draw business from late-night crowds.
NEWS
December 5, 2003
The Sage Hill School boys soccer team played with no substitutes for the majority of the game, and twice had to compete with 10 players, yet still won its season-opener, 3-0, over nonleague host Calvary Chapel of Downey Thursday. The Lightning have 16 players on its varsity team, but because of injuries and illness, Sage Hill was down to 12 players entering Thursday's game. Freshman Jonathan Gordon suffered an injury early on, and twice Sage Hill was assessed a yellow card and played a man down.
NEWS
By Alexandria Bordas | March 13, 2014
On a recent morning at Costa Mesa 55 Tavern + Bowl, half of the 10 bowling lanes were the scenes of cheers, high-fives and laughter. The special occasion was a children's party, and fun was obviously being had despite a good number of brightly colored bowling balls flying into gutters. "It is best described as a boutique bowling center," said Daniel Hurd, 42, owner of Tavern & Bowl. The newest addition to The Triangle opened Feb. 27. "We wanted to bring in a project that combined a restaurant and entertainment aspect, and Tavern & Bowl does just that," said Scott Sanfilippo, partner at Greenlaw Partners, which owns The Triangle.
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