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The city has been a part of several movies and television series. For instance, The O.C. was based on the fictional lives of people in Newport Beach. Also, the show Arrested Development, which was based in Orange County, often featured several scenes in Newport Beach. Notable residents of Newport Beach have included NBA player Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, actor Humphrey Bogart, singer Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray), singer Gwen Stefani (No Doubt), actor Nichlas Cage, actress Heather Locklear, baseball player Reggie Jackson, martial arts star Chuck Norris, and professional golfer Tiger Woods.
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodger (MLB) LA Galaxy (Soccer) LA Lakers (NBA)
Local Colleges: UC Irvine
Zip Codes associated with newport beach, california:
92657 92660 92661 92662 92663
Towns/Cities near newport beach, california : Costa Mesa Huntington Beach Fountain Valley Santa Ana Tustin Irvine
Time to get up, get out and enjoy the season
The 8th Annual Sunset Jazz at Newport Summer Series begins July 12 and runs through Sept. 20. Moviegoers gather at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts to catch a film on the side of its building.El Monte man arrested after high-speed chase, standoff
An El Monte man was arrested late Sunday, June 18, after leading law enforcement agencies on a high-speed pursuit over more than 100 miles eventually ending in a standoff, police said. Gabriel Rodriguez, 33, was arrested at 6:53 p.m. by the California Highway Patrol with an assist from two Orange County Sheriff Department K-9 units and OCSD's helicopter, Duke 1, said CHP Sgt.Panel Sanctions Bruno
The Bishop of Los Angeles has been sanctioned after an apparent attempt, for the second time, to secretly sell a church in his diocese. The move comes while the fallout from his first attempted sale is being considered by a disciplinary panel that has the authority to take away not just his bishop's miter but his clerical collar as well.Real estate briefly: Berkadia buys Tustin complex for $11.4M
Berkadia had brokered the sale of The Village at Old Town at 380 and 436 East 2nd Street in Tustin for $11.4 million. Senior director Peter Hauser and associate director Matt Hauser of Berkadia's Irvine office negotiated the transaction on behalf of both the seller and buyer.Episcopal Church panel prohibits local bishop from selling Newport Beach church
A panel of officials from the national Episcopal Church issued an emergency order Saturday, June 16, prohibiting J. Jon Bruno, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, from selling a piece of prime real estate on Lido Isle, previously occupied by congregants of St. James the Great Episcopal Church. The sanction came after members of the hearing panel, who presided over misconduct charges against Bruno in March, said they have not received a clear response from the diocese regarding whether the property at 3209 Via Lido has been sold or if the diocese has entered into a sales agreement for the property.Balboa free trolley service aims to ease traffic and parking woes on Peninsula
Newport Beach Councilwoman Diane Dixon talks about the new Balboa Peninsula Trolley in Newport Beach, on Friday, June 16, 2017. Newport Beach Councilwoman Diane Dixon cuts the ribbon during a ceremony unveiling the new Balboa Peninsula Trolley in Newport Beach, on Friday, June 16, 2017.Christina El Moussa wears thigh-high boots to dinner date
On cloud nine! Flip Or Flop's Christina El Moussa can't stop smiling on dinner date with new beau wearing thigh-high boots and flirty floral dress The 33-year-old HGTV starlet looked smitten on Thursday as she was spotted out in Newport Beach, California with new boyfriend Doug Spedding. The California blonde couldn't contain her smile as she headed to a romantic dinner with the 55-year-old businessman looking chic in thigh-high boots and a flirty floral dress.Harbor Health Systems Networks Receive Approvals for Telemedicine...
Harbor Health Systems, a One Call Care Management company, announced today that it is one of the first companies to receive approval from the California Department of Workers' Compensation to offer telemedicine through its medical provider networks . "This approval is a positive step forward in improving access to high quality care for injured workers," said Linda Lane, president of Harbor Health Systems.Holstered pistol, dinette chairs, fake Christmas tree: Just part of...
An underwater cleanup of Newport Harbor this month yielded more than a half-ton of trash and other things that weren't supposed to be in the water - including a gun. In addition to the typical beer cans, cups and food packaging that get tossed or fall in, divers pulled up a shopping cart, a bicycle, a plastic Christmas tree, a matching set of dinette chairs, dock ladders and an outboard motor, event organizer Mark Ward told the Newport Beach Harbor Commission on Wednesday.Jim Edmonds and Meghan King Edmonds of 'Real Housewives' fame complete sale of Newport Beach home
Retired baseball player Jim Edmonds and his wife, "Real Housewives of Orange County" personality Meghan King Edmonds, have sold their home in Newport Beach for about $3 million. Retired baseball player Jim Edmonds and his wife, "Real Housewives of Orange County" personality Meghan King Edmonds, have sold their home in Newport Beach for about $3 million.Salma Hayek Commandeers Beatriz at Dinner's Nimble Class Comedy
A film often smartly attuned to language, Beatriz at Dinner - a sober comedy about class clash and soft-to-hard racism directed by Miguel Arteta and written by Mike White - operates in several different idioms. English and Spanish are spoken, as are the lexicons of healing and affluence specific to Southern California, which here are just as often dissonant with each other as they are consonant.Santa Barbara Lays Out Rationale for Sales Tax Increase to Fund Infrastructure Backlog
Two weeks out from adopting final language for a ballot measure, Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider and City Administrator Paul Casey are voicing the rationale for a 1-percent sales tax increase that would fund much-needed infrastructure work . A 1-percent, or one cent, increase would bring in about $22 million per year based on current sales-tax performance in the city.California hospital's quest for a new heart pump device ends just in time for dying teenager
Tim Deits holds a right-side Impella, a heart pump for a particular type of arrhythmia at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, California, on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. Deits was found unconscious by his parents in last November.Newport Beach approves 2017-18 budget; will focus on paying down pension debt
A pedestrian walks under the wave-like structures that are part the Newport Beach City Hall and Civic Center. ADDITIONAL INFO.Earthquake: 2.7 quake strikes near Avalon
A shallow magnitude 2.7 earthquake was reported Wednesday afternoon 18 miles from the Santa Catalina Island city of Avalon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 3:19 p.m. Pacific time at a depth of 0.6 miles.Travels, other chefs inspire Urbain 40's Tim Keating
Chef Tim Keating doesn't have a culinary degree hanging on his wall, but he does have cookbooks lining his bookshelves. His knowledge stems not from classes, but from his travels and the lessons he has picked up from the "world-class chefs" who took him under their wings.Cameron Champ's journey to U.S. Open is one of redemption
After missing a 5-footer for par on his 36th and final hole, the par-4 ninth at Big Canyon at the June 5 U.S. Open sectional qualifier in Newport Beach, Calif., Champ found himself in a tie with Stanford junior Brandon Wu for the sixth and final qualifying spot at 6 under. As daylight grew thinner, Champ got another crack at a clinching putt on Big Canyon's ninth hole, the first of the playoff, as he stared down a 30-footer for birdie.
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