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Editor's note: This corrects what happened regarding the Cannery in the 1990s. According to the city’s Planning Department, the city issued a citation to the Cannery, which had allowed dancing without a permit. The restaurant then applied for a...
NEWPORT BEACH — When the City Council restricted long-term backyard ship restoration in residential neighborhoods, it was pretty clear whose project officials had in mind. Dennis Holland was pulling apart his 72-foot wooden sailboat Shawnee aside...
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Recreational Chamber of Commerce Tournament Monday at Moccasin Creek Country Club First Flight -15 - Manor Care (Jamie Pulfrey, Ken Jacobson, Kerry Jacobson, Mark Gederos, Sterling Jones). -13 - Brenner Electric (Eldon Swingler, Ryan Karst,...
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, 'arguably the world's most important electronic artist,' takes his light show to California for first timeCulture MonsterMost art museums still don’t know what to do with it. Art critics still don’t know what to call it. More than a decade since the dot-com boom and bust, the field known as new media art, digital art, interactive......
Last Call - Orlando SentinelThere are a ton of St. Patrick's Day parties happening in Orlando this year....
Who's on Team Gloucester?Supervisors will discuss at their meeting Tuesday night whether or not to use $1,000 in taxpayer funds to help the Virginia Association of Counties fight a General Assembly bill introduced earlier this month. The bill would shift the burden of......
NEWPORT BEACH — It looks like the legendary Frog House surf shop is going to survive the city's new zoning enforcement changes, but without the same outpouring of public support it received, some nearby businesses may not be able to stay in their...
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After several years of redrafting and public meetings, a final version of a citywide update to the Newport Beach zoning code will be the subject of a public hearing Tuesday. The latest version of the overhaul to the 2006 General Plan will keep existing...
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Those who can remember smoking sections in restaurants should know where to stake out turf in Newport Beach parks. That's if the city approves newly proposed smoking restrictions that would ban smoking in parks and open spaces. Already, smokers are...
Etco Homes Inc. a development company based in Beverly Hills, is finalizing plans to build a 36,000 square-foot commercial, retail and residential mixed-use development at the site of the Newport Bay Marina, the former location of the historic World War...
A question-and-answer session with Newport Beach city planners on Thursday addressed proposed zoning changes. A shift from the old zoning code, which measured dwellings based on the square-footage, will now add "open space" requirements intending to...
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Up to SpeedFor the first time since 1996, Chevrolet will be offering a high-performance, rear-wheel-drive, V-8 powered sedan for the 2011 model year. The catch: You have to wear a badge to drive one. At a police convention in Denver on Monday,......
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