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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
AR system works with most existing eyewear styles
Electronic wearables company PogoTec has unveiled the design of a portable augmented reality system designed to work with existing eyewear. The system, called PogoAR, is being developed as a "first-of-its-kind binocular AR system" that works seamlessly with most existing eyewear styles to provide a convenient, fashionable, and easily portable AR platform.Lawsuit: 3 Orange County men say they were victims of 'gay...
Three Orange County men are suing Newport Beach's Balboa Inn after they say they were called a gay slur and assaulted by staff in the hotel's Italian restaurant this month. In their lawsuit filed in Orange County Superior Court this week, Angel Bonilla, Colton Moyer and Clement Serafin say they were visiting Balboa Island on April 13 when they decided to stop by Siena Restaurant inside the Balboa Inn for dinner.CHOC to open new autism center with $10 million gift from Newport Beach foundation
Children's Hospital of Orange County announced Wednesday, April 25, its plan to open a center to provide services to children with autism spectrum disorders using a $10-million gift from Newport Beach-based Thompson Family Foundation. The Thompson Autism Center - a two-story, 20,000-square-foot facility - is set to open in early 2019, just a few blocks away from CHOC's main campus at 170 S. Main St. The center will provide programs for autistic children of all age groups and also serve as a bridge to transitional services after age 22, which is typically when individuals with autism stop receiving services from schools, said CHOC neurologist and center director Dr. Tom Megerian.Newport Beach Film Festival lineup includes 350 films representing 50 countries
In the movie "Michael Inside," an 18-year-old man is sentenced to three years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Once he's behind bars he is befriended by an older drug dealer and exposed to violence and intimidation.Tower 48 opens Saturday, April 28, aiming to please locals with tote-it-to-the-beach gourmet grub
Tower 48 food: River Street Reuben with house corned beef, sauerkraut, provolone, and thousand island on marble rye on Monday, Apr 23, 2018. Tower 48 food: River Street Reuben with house corned beef, sauerkraut, provolone, and thousand island on marble rye on Monday, Apr 23, 2018.After Riverside dispatcher got $257,000 in overtime, audit finds problems but no fraud
Riverside Public Utilities didn't have internal controls to monitor overtime, but there was no evidence of fraud, in the year that a utilities dispatcher took home more than $257,000 in overtime pay or the four years before. The audit by Newport Beach-based Macias Gini & O'Connell looked for possible fraud or abuse related to overtime earnings by 10 utilities employees that may have occurred between Jan. 1, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2016.17 bookstores to visit on Independent Bookstore Day
April 28 is Independent Bookstore Day, which is just another reminder that we in Southern California are fortunate to have so many excellent choices for books, havens that allow us to browse the stacks and ask for recommendations from people who love to read and want to share what they know. They add value to our communities in ways that one-click shopping online just can't provide.Man missing after boat washes ashore in Southern California
This undated photo provided by the Orange County Sheriff Department shows the missing boater who is identified as Nicholas Busick. The U.S. Coast Guard and local authorities are searching for Busick, whose empty boat washed ashore in Southern California.Brandon Ebel Talks Tooth & Nail Records [INTERVIEW]
In this interview Brandon Ebel, founder and president of Tooth & Nail records, takes us back through the history of labels multiple decades of operation and how they've been able to adapt and grown their business since the early nineties. Whenever we feature a record label sampler, we try to get a peak behind the curtain to get the their story and find out what makes them special.Help kick off this year's Coastal Communities Relay for Life at The Outlets
Cancer survivors carry a banner while walking in the opening "survivors lap" to kick off the annual Relay For Life in San Clemente on Saturday, August 26, 2017. Cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, and community members will gather to kick off the American Cancer Society's Coastal Communities 2018 Relay For Life fundraising season.The fast casual restaurant is only one new eatery on North Palm Canyon Drive.
Tommy Bahama is launching what it calls a new restaurant concept on some high-profile real estate in the heart of Palm Springs. The Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar & Grill will open May 8, followed by a ribbon-cutting on May 10, according to a news release.Whale-watch team rescues two women struggling near popular shark-sighting area off Capo Beach
Tanner Rollins was at the bow of the Orca when he spotted what he thought was an unmanned jet ski in the distance. He called over the captain, Marie Clark, to check it out through her binoculars, and she confirmed what he saw.Deputies launch ocean search after unoccupied boat washes ashore in Newport Beach
Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff's Department on Sunday night were conducting a search by air and in the water off the coast of Newport Beach after an unoccupied 18-foot boat washed ashore on the beach, authorities said. Deputies believe the motorized boat, a Boston Whaler, washed along the beach at 48th Street about 5:45 p.m., sheriff's department spokeswoman Carrie Braun said.Tears, laughter for Barbara Bush
Barbara Pierce Bush was remembered Saturday for the strength of character and wit that made her one of the most popular first ladies in U.S. history, as she was laid to rest by the political clan she built, including the husband and son she helped reach the presidency. "She was our teacher and role model on how to live a life with purpose and meaning," son and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said in an emotional eulogy, recalling his mother's final days.Newest decor brings the luxury outside
Lilly Pulitzer's white trellis-patterned planters are part of a new collaboration with Pottery Barn that debuts this spring. Think velvet cushions.Concordia University Irvine Commissions WSDG For New Recording Studio
Concordia University Irvine has engaged global architectural acoustic consulting firm WSDG of New York to design a state-of-the-art recording studio in its new Music, Worship & Theology building. The first building in CUI's Master Plan-the MWT will serve as the intersection of musical tradition and theological foundation, values core to the Lutheran faith.Don Bolles and Noah Wallace Get Wired Up! on Junkshop and Bubbleglam at New Club Night
Eleven years ago, Don Bolles was driving his girlfriend from a rehab facility in Costa Mesa to an AA meeting in Newport Beach, when "a pair of skinheaded Newport Beach police officers" pulled him over for a malfunctioning tail light on his '68 Doge van. "They searched my man-purse, and found a little weed and a small travel-size bottle of Dr. Bronner's Peppermint Liquid Magic Soap," recalls the drummer for legendary L.A. punk group The Germs, intergalactic glamsters Fancy Space People and weirdo rock darlings Ariel Pink.
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