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By Kelly Strodl | November 23, 2006
One man really stirred things up around Corona del Mar on Tuesday evening, allegedly stealing from a number of people along East Coast Highway including a 5-year-old girl, police said. Michael James McCartney, 20, a North Hollywood transient entered the Golden Spoon frozen yogurt shop in the 2400 block of East Coast Highway at around 5:30 p.m. and got in line to buy some yogurt, store manager Barbara O'byrne said Wednesday by phone. McCartney, dressed in a white hooded sweatshirt and what appeared to be pajama pants, ordered a quart of Cake Batter flavored yogurt, O'byrne said.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 3, 2008
Where’s it at: Red Mango, 7972 E. Coast Hwy., Newport Coast, (949) 376-4186. What’s in it: The company that recently opened in the Crystal Promenade has introduced a new flavor of pomegranate to its lineup to accompany original and green tea. Cost: $3.50 for 4 ounces, $4.50 for 8 ounces and $6.50 for 12 ounces. Why you should order it: Not only is the yogurt pomegranate flavor, but it also has pomegranate seeds on it as well. That gives the dessert a little more flavor.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 8, 2008
Where’s it at: Cefiore, 2801 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., Corona del Mar, (949) 723-1679 or 3305 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach (949) 566-0048 What’s in it: Nonfat frozen yogurt is mixed with cocoa, and there is a variety of toppings, including fresh fruit, cookie crumbles, Gummy bears, coconut and mixed nuts. Cost: 5-ounce, $3.95; 7-ounce, $4.95; 10-ounce, $5.95; and 13-ounce, $7.95. All come with three free toppings. Why you should order it: The nonfat frozen yogurt has developed a cult following with area residents because of its rich taste and low calories.
NEWS
June 23, 2002
Young Chang A reported robbery at a frozen yogurt shop on 17th Street in Costa Mesa unfolded into a short chase that ended in the 100 block of Baker Street on Saturday morning. Joseph Michael Fanelli, 39, was arrested on charges of robbery when Costa Mesa police caught him a few minutes after he allegedly fled the store. Officials said the Aliso Viejo resident asked for change at the yogurt venue, grabbed the cashier's arm and took money from the open register.
LOCAL
By Jack Salisbury | August 21, 2008
With recognizable names like Pinkberry, Red Mango and Ice Kiss, the frozen yogurt craze has taken over in Southern California. Newport Beach is no exception, as Tutti Frutti on Balboa Island’s Marine Avenue has attracted local customers with its sweet and healthy delight. The store’s lively atmosphere, with hit songs booming in the background, surely keeps them coming, too. This week, we checked in with co-owner Nadia Bakho, who opened the Tutti Frutti franchise three months ago with partner Radim Konecny in the hopes of capitalizing on the popularity of yogurt.
NEWS
February 21, 2002
A man reportedly walked into a Corona del Mar yogurt store and escaped with more than $200 after threatening the cashier with a handgun Wednesday morning, police said. The man, presumed to be in his 30s, entered the Golden Spoon store in the 2400 block of East Coast Highway about 11:30 a.m. and asked the cashier for the price of soft drinks, said Newport Beach Police Sgt. Trent Harris. "He then put a bottle of water on the counter, and when the cashier was about to ring that up, pulled up his shirt and revealed a black handgun in his waistband and asked her to give him the money," he said.
LOCAL
By Greer Wylder | August 28, 2008
At the new House of Yogurt in Costa Mesa, you’ll find more than just self-serve frozen yogurt. The shop has a trendy coffee-house vibe and serves premium pastries from Let Them Eat Cake, including red velvet and chocolate cupcakes, oatmeal cookies and more, self-serve orange juice, Italian Lavazza’s coffee and premium Revolution teas. Owner Nick Nammari offers more than a dozen cultured yogurt flavors such as original tart, banana tart, pomegranate/açai, Ghirardelli chocolate, vanilla, pineapple tart, mango, raspberry, latte strawberry, blackberry/blueberry tart, cookies and cream, cheesecake and pistachio.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jane Gillespie, Community Correspondent | July 11, 2008
Red Mango, a leading purveyor of authentic frozen yogurt, recently celebrated the grand opening of its newest Orange County store in Crystal Cove Promenade in Newport Coast.  Executives of Red Mango were joined at a ribbon cutting ceremony by Newport Beach City Council Member Nancy Gardner, and Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Representative Pam Smith.   Unlike traditional frozen yogurt that often contain artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, or excessive calories from sugar and fat, Red Mango frozen yogurt is made with natural ingredients by licensed U.S. dairy manufacturers, contains no fat, and has only 90 calories per half cup (small size)
BUSINESS
April 7, 2008
Have breakfast with man’s best friend at Wyndham The Wyndham Orange County hotel in Costa Mesa launched a new program Saturday that allows dog owners to eat out with their pets. The “Paws and Claws” breakfast buffet, available from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday, offers omelets, waffles and other breakfast staples on the hotel’s lakeside patio for $15.50. There is also a cocktail bar offering champagne and dog treats for an additional $4. General Manager Tom Smalley said the turnout the first day had been promising.
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LOCAL
By Candice Baker | May 13, 2010
Creating the perfect blend of yogurt flavor and toppings really is the art of the possible. So says Amanda Leibowitz, who has just opened Icicles, a frozen yogurt shop that’s known for its top-quality product and down-home feel. What’s your background, and what made you decide to open a yogurt shop? I’ve lived here for nearly seven years; I’m from England, and I’m a personal trainer and aerobics instructor. I’d never even heard of frozen yogurt until about three years ago. Once I tried this frozen yogurt, I became a little bit obsessed with it. [Laughs]
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LOCAL
By Candice Baker | March 11, 2010
Mmmmm. Fro-yo. The ever-present Pinkberry is having a (not-so) secret Mad About Mango party from 5 to 9 tonight to celebrate its newest flavor. Stop by for a free 3-ounce sample, and try your hand at giveaways. For more information, visit pinkberry.com pinkberry.com . Scratch those full prices If you still prefer a turntable to an iPod, Sound Trolley Records, 440 E. 17th St. in Costa Mesa, is liquidating its record collection — with the entire store 50% off. Many records are 50 cents each.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 3, 2008
Where’s it at: Red Mango, 7972 E. Coast Hwy., Newport Coast, (949) 376-4186. What’s in it: The company that recently opened in the Crystal Promenade has introduced a new flavor of pomegranate to its lineup to accompany original and green tea. Cost: $3.50 for 4 ounces, $4.50 for 8 ounces and $6.50 for 12 ounces. Why you should order it: Not only is the yogurt pomegranate flavor, but it also has pomegranate seeds on it as well. That gives the dessert a little more flavor.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 8, 2008
Where’s it at: Cefiore, 2801 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., Corona del Mar, (949) 723-1679 or 3305 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach (949) 566-0048 What’s in it: Nonfat frozen yogurt is mixed with cocoa, and there is a variety of toppings, including fresh fruit, cookie crumbles, Gummy bears, coconut and mixed nuts. Cost: 5-ounce, $3.95; 7-ounce, $4.95; 10-ounce, $5.95; and 13-ounce, $7.95. All come with three free toppings. Why you should order it: The nonfat frozen yogurt has developed a cult following with area residents because of its rich taste and low calories.
LOCAL
By Greer Wylder | September 4, 2008
A new self-serve yogurt shop just opened in Corona Del Mar. CDM Yogurt is the antithesis of the current yogurt craze. It’s as mom ’n’ pop as it gets — no fancy lighting, modern fixtures and hip interiors. Co-owners and husband-and-wife team Lisa and Jeff Fisher pride themselves on the quality of their yogurt. Jeff is excited about his current flavors — tart lowfat, peach tart, mango tarts, peanut butter, Fudgsicle, oatmeal cookie, old fashioned vanilla, peppermint chocolate, very strawberry and low-carb/lactose-intolerant- friendly honey almond — but expect to see new flavors debuting soon.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jane Gillespie, Community Correspondent | July 11, 2008
Red Mango, a leading purveyor of authentic frozen yogurt, recently celebrated the grand opening of its newest Orange County store in Crystal Cove Promenade in Newport Coast.  Executives of Red Mango were joined at a ribbon cutting ceremony by Newport Beach City Council Member Nancy Gardner, and Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Representative Pam Smith.   Unlike traditional frozen yogurt that often contain artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, or excessive calories from sugar and fat, Red Mango frozen yogurt is made with natural ingredients by licensed U.S. dairy manufacturers, contains no fat, and has only 90 calories per half cup (small size)
BUSINESS
April 7, 2008
Have breakfast with man’s best friend at Wyndham The Wyndham Orange County hotel in Costa Mesa launched a new program Saturday that allows dog owners to eat out with their pets. The “Paws and Claws” breakfast buffet, available from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday, offers omelets, waffles and other breakfast staples on the hotel’s lakeside patio for $15.50. There is also a cocktail bar offering champagne and dog treats for an additional $4. General Manager Tom Smalley said the turnout the first day had been promising.
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