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September 23, 2004
B.W. COOK The Newport crowd crossed the border into Laguna this week for a most elegant seaside dinner at Montage. It was a "Summer Happening by the Sea," orchestrated by chic Newport hostess Irene Mathews, president of Le Bailliage de Newport Beach, La Confrerie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs. The gourmet dining society, with its European roots and pedigree, chose casual elegance for the no--jackets, no-ties evening at The Studio within Montage, with dinner prepared by Chef James Boyce.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Jamie Rowe | June 14, 2012
So you pulled out all the stops for Mom last month and took her to the best brunch in town, but now you're struggling to match those efforts for Dad. We've compiled a few ideas to get you started, but really, you can't go wrong with a heart-felt, handmade macaroni frame. * Waffles and fajitas Avila's El Ranchito, 2101 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa, offers an eclectic brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $16.99 per person. The buffet includes fajitas, carnitas, pork ribs, waffles, menudo and tamales.
NEWS
By Michael Glueck | April 1, 2008
If you eat, you?re probably aware that the price of food is rising. Even if you live by that venerable motto, ?You can?t be too rich or too thin,? you need to be aware that the energy crisis and the food crisis are intertwined. Food requires energy to grow, process, transport and market. Bio-fuels, ?making gas out of corn or whatever,? are increasing in popularity, even if it often takes more energy to produce them than its worth. But don?t worry. There?s a new bio-fuel about to change the world, maybe even save the world.
NEWS
By Barry Faulkner | April 19, 2008
IRVINE — Scott Gorgen is wiping out campus hunger one start at a time, not to mention making some serious inroads in the school’s pitching record book. Gorgen, a junior All-American pitcher for UC Irvine, struck out a career-high 14 Friday in seven innings to lead the No. 5-ranked Anteaters (24-7, 6-4 in the Big West Conference) to a 7-2 conference victory over visiting UC Riverside before 630 at Anteater Ballpark. The 14 strikeouts, under an ongoing UCI promotion, provided all in attendance with the right to trade their ticket stubs for a free chili dog at a local fast-food restaurant.
NEWS
October 10, 2002
JWA passenger count increases by 50% John Wayne Airport passenger traffic increased 50.4% in September compared to the same time last year, officials said. In September 2002, the passenger traffic count was 606,632. The September 2001 passenger traffic count was 403,467. Also, commercial carrier flight operations went up by 19% and air taxi operations increased 27.6%. Total takeoffs and landings increased by 33% and total aircraft operations went up by 38%. UCI study: Stomach stapling requires more training A new stomach staple surgical technique is becoming popular in treating morbid obesity.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan | May 3, 2013
A mechanical shriek followed a low rumble as the Boeing 737 came closer, a looming albatross partially obscured by a thin, misty cloud. Within moments, it had passed and was soaring over the gunmetal waters of the Upper Newport Bay and toward the ocean. Then, the jet did something it wasn't supposed to do: It flew straight ahead. "He didn't turn," observed Ken Shapero, a GE Aviation Systems official, peering skyward. The plane, striped in Southwest Airlines' distinctive yellow and red, should have curved left to stay roughly over the bay to comply with a flight pattern aimed at protecting residents from noise.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | November 30, 2012
A man was sentenced to 46 years to life in state prison Friday for killing a man in a park after breaking into a Newport Beach home. Derek Christopher Adams, 24, of Huntington Beach, was found guilty in August of one felony count each of second-degree murder, grand theft, first-degree residential burglary and aggravated assault, according to a news release from the Orange County district attorney's office. He was given sentencing enhancements for personal use of a firearm and the discharging of a firearm, causing great bodily injury or death.
NEWS
By Alexandra Baird, dailypilot@latimes.com | June 24, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — Julian Dunn, 7, did a warm-up dance in his living room Friday morning to his favorite song, "You Dropped a Bomb on Me," by the '80s funk group the Gap Band. Julian, who has been undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment for an aggressive form of cancer, was gearing up for a special visit at his Newport Beach home. The Game Bus, a converted school bus filled with video game consoles and big-screen TVs, stopped by to treat Julian and his friends to an hour of fun. Julian was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2008.
NEWS
By Adolfo Flores | November 8, 2013
As a woman on the witness stand described how she was attacked in a violent rampage that left her husband and daughter dead, the man accused of the crimes erupted in anger in an Orange County courtroom Thursday. "That's not what happened," Iftekhar Murtaza said, loudly enough to interrupt Leela Dhanak's testimony in the 2007 double-murder case. Murtaza, 29, is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend's father, Jayprakash Dhanak, 56, and sister, Karishma Dhanak, 20, and attempting to kill Dhanak before setting fire to their Anaheim Hills mansion in 2007.
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