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April 15, 2004
KAREN WIGHT In my garden, bulbs are usually one-hit wonders. I plant them, they do their job and they're done. Ranunculuses are the best example. I love their multi-petaled heads and their vibrant colors, but frankly, getting them to bloom again is more work than I want to invest. Sure, you can dig them up, dry them, replant them, fertilize them mercilessly, and they might perform again: emphasis on the "might." On the other end of the spectrum are naturalizing bulbs -- bulbs planted once and left alone that reward you annually with stunning flowers.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Britney Barnes | September 10, 2009
Feeling inspired at work, musician Dan Krikorian jotted down his ideas on little yellow sticky notes to save for later when he could work on his music. Yellow sticky note after yellow sticky note later, Krikorian had his second album, “Colors and Chords,” and a whole lot of yellow notes. “I actually have a huge box of sticky notes that I wrote my album on,” Krikorian said. The Costa Mesa man is preparing for the release of his second album and getting ready for his first West Coast tour.
NEWS
October 21, 2003
"The pumpkins. I planted some. Our farmer put some seeds in a cup and watered them." TRUAN BARKIS, 5 "Holding the chick. It was yellow and really soft. You had to hold it against your tummy so it would feel safe, and I had a yellow one." TORI ROYAL, 5 "Seeing the baby cows and the dad and mom cows, because they're beautiful." MORGAN MOLONEY, 5 "Seeing the cow, because they make milk." NATALIE BISHAY, 5 "The buffaloes, because they went near the water."
NEWS
April 1, 2000
Alex Coolman Bradford Salamon had it good. He was producing art that sold almost as fast as he could make it: charcoal portraits of celebrities from the music world. He did Joplin, Hendrix, Marley--skillful renditions of faces that anybody could recognize. And in the Balboa gallery where he sold the portraits, business was humming. "We had a niche," said Salamon, 36. As time went on, though, that niche stopped seeming like a cozy corner of the art world.
NEWS
October 2, 2004
Chris Yemma NEWPORT COAST -- For the Sage Hill School girls volleyball team, it's not how many lives a cat has, it's how many kills. Standing 6-foot, Lightning outside hitter and co-captain Cat Dailey had a match-high 16 kills as she led her team to a 25-8, 25-13, 28-26 sweep of visiting Junipero Serra Friday. Dailey also led her team with four aces, one that she nailed near the end of the third game to help keep it a three-game match. But for Dailey, it was just daily routine.
FEATURES
By ROBERT GARDNER | March 10, 2006
As I grow older and progressively more senile, I need more and more assistance remembering things. Thus, I have become almost completely dependent on the yellow legal tablet on which I keep what amounts to a daily diary of things to remember. It goes something like this: 1. Open eyes. This is necessary because if I don't open my eyes I am going to have difficulty getting around. More important, I won't be able to read my yellow tablet and know what else I'm supposed to do for the day. 2. Get out of bed. I'm not sure who writes that one in, me or my dog, who thinks I should spring out of bed at the first light of day and feed her. However, in my old age, I have discovered the pleasure of sleeping in, and if I didn't have that reminder, I would probably spend the rest of my life in bed, regardless of a hungry beagle.
NEWS
November 13, 2001
As I grow older and progressively more senile, I need more and more assistance remembering things. Thus, I have become almost completely dependent on the yellow legal tablet on which I keep what amounts to a daily diary of things to remember. It goes something like this: 1. Open eyes. This is necessary because if I don't open my eyes I am going to have difficulty getting around. More important, I won't be able to read my yellow tablet and know what else I'm supposed to do for the day. 2. Get out of bed. I'm not sure who writes that one in, me or my dog, who thinks I should spring out of bed at the first light of day and feed her. However, in my old age, I have discovered the pleasure of sleeping in, and if I didn't have that reminder, I would probably spend the rest of my life in bed, regardless of a hungry beagle.
NEWS
December 20, 2003
Patrick Laverty Estancia High and Corona del Mar tied, 1-1, on the field Friday in a nonleague boys soccer match, but the postgame dispositions of each team told much more than the score. The Eagles (4-3-2) were in a celebratory mode after Luis Mendoza scored with two minutes remaining to force the tie. The joy continued when Estancia Coach Steve Crenshaw announced that he will give his team next week off to recover from illness, which has ravaged the team.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | February 22, 2007
ORANGE — Not long ago, Mitchell Williams could have been considered an outsider. He had been away at a boarding school in Carlsbad, trying to regroup and improve in academics. But this year he made his way back to Corona del Mar High and back on the boys' soccer team. On Wednesday, he was far from being an outsider. He was definitely one of the Sea Kings. He scored a goal to help lead CdM to a 2-1 victory over Orange in a wild CIF Southern Section Division III second-round game at El Modena High.
NEWS
April 15, 2001
Young Chang Regulars to the Newport Beach Back Bay know its colors well. In the morning, at about 7 a.m., there are grays -- a light silver film of mist that floats just above the water like a levitating block of tinted glass -- hazy blues from a sky that hasn't yet welcomed a full-on sun, and a sap green from grass that doesn't look as vibrant in the weak morning light. In the afternoon, say, 3 p.m., the bay is a party of yellows. A blue-yellow in the sky, a Tweety-bird yellow in the flowers and a sun-kissed yellow in the expanse of greenery that is in some places a lighter, more impressionistic green.
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NEWS
By Candice Baker | January 13, 2014
A new arrival at Fashion Island is bringing a world of visuals to Newport Beach and allowing professional photographers to introduce their work to new audiences. Sleek French art photography gallery YellowKorner offers limited-edition prints from photographers around the world, with a goal of democratizing art photography. Each high-quality print is numbered and supplied with a certificate of authenticity. "After analyzing different options, Fashion Island seemed to be a perfect fit," YellowKorner gallery owner Melissa Geens said.
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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | October 23, 2013
IRVINE - While a handful of his players were toppling like lawn ornaments under siege from drive-by Halloween vandals, UC Irvine men's soccer coach George Kuntz kept his eye on the scoreboard and his energy on asking his team for more. Kuntz got what he wanted with the Anteaters' 2-0 home Big West Conference South Division victory over UC Riverside on Wednesday. The win kept UCI (8-4-3, 3-2-1 in conference) in the thick of the title hunt in the four-team division race. UCI moved into a second-place tie with Cal State Fullerton in the South Division, two points behind No. 5-ranked Cal State Northridge (4-1-1 in conference)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bradley Zint | March 31, 2011
Violins and oboes and brass! Oh my! Those instruments and a host of others from the Pacific Symphony will be playing the classic score to "The Wizard of Oz" live with the iconic film April 7 to 9. Even the lobby entrance to the 8 p.m. performances in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall will have — you guessed it — a yellow brick road that preludes the journey to your seat to see Judy Garland find Emerald City and its wonderful wizard....
FEATURES
By Ron Vanderhoff | September 11, 2009
If you are reading this while feasting on a scrambled egg breakfast, you may want to turn the page now and come back to the article a little later in the day. Make that a lot later. I received another call the other day from a Costa Mesa gardener named Joe. He seemed a bit desperate. He wasn’t quite sure whether he should call a nursery, a hazmat team, a veterinarian or the Extraterrestrial Society. In one of his garden beds this morning appeared a large, slimy blob that looked like — how to put this gracefully?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Britney Barnes | September 10, 2009
Feeling inspired at work, musician Dan Krikorian jotted down his ideas on little yellow sticky notes to save for later when he could work on his music. Yellow sticky note after yellow sticky note later, Krikorian had his second album, “Colors and Chords,” and a whole lot of yellow notes. “I actually have a huge box of sticky notes that I wrote my album on,” Krikorian said. The Costa Mesa man is preparing for the release of his second album and getting ready for his first West Coast tour.
FEATURES
By B.W. COOK | September 17, 2008
They call themselves “The Friends of Dorothy.” They are a guild of local citizens working to support the AIDS Services Foundation of Orange County, and Dorothy’s pals held their second annual Tupperware party Sept. 10 and raised some $12,000. That’s a lot of plastic containers. For those unfamiliar, Friends of Dorothy is thought to refer to Dorothy Gale, from “The Wizard of OZ,” played by Judy Garland. The gay community, mobilized in the fight against AIDS, chose the reference to Dorothy, inasmuch as the question, “Are you a friend of Dorothy?
SPORTS
January 12, 2008
BOYS’ SOCCER Estancia 2, Costa Mesa 1 (OT) COSTA MESA — Eagles senior Eric Duarte scored on an assist from junior Jose Garcia five minutes into the first 10-minute overtime period in the Orange Coast League opener for both teams Friday at Costa Mesa. There are two periods for overtime play in the OCL. Estancia junior Jose Reyes scored the game’s first goal after connecting on a penalty kick in the 27th minute. Reyes drew the penalty after he was tripped from behind going into a one-on-one with the goalie.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | September 27, 2007
Tim Hutten’s passion for greatness is no less noticeable than the chlorine gleam of his clean-cut blond hair. Doubters need only ask him to unzip the leather binder he carries everywhere to reveal a standard yellow legal pad that is consumed by water polo notes, diagrams and other motivational nuggets he gleans from coaches, teammates, opponents, even his own idle thoughts. But the UC Irvine senior is seldom idle. And the lined yellow paper is hardly the only thing Hutten works over.
FEATURES
March 23, 2007
Tomatoes are consistently the most popular vegetable in American gardens. But for most of us, any old tomato won't do. Some like a red tomato, some a yellow one, an orange one or a purple one. Some prefer tomatoes tiny and sweet. Some want them huge and richly flavored. Some like tomatoes juicy, others like them dense and meaty. Fortunately, there are hundreds of tomatoes to choose from — a tomato for everyone. If you've been growing tomatoes for a few years, you probably already have a couple of favorites.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | February 22, 2007
ORANGE — Not long ago, Mitchell Williams could have been considered an outsider. He had been away at a boarding school in Carlsbad, trying to regroup and improve in academics. But this year he made his way back to Corona del Mar High and back on the boys' soccer team. On Wednesday, he was far from being an outsider. He was definitely one of the Sea Kings. He scored a goal to help lead CdM to a 2-1 victory over Orange in a wild CIF Southern Section Division III second-round game at El Modena High.
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