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  • Fashion Island to have first Drybar salon in O.C.

    Drybar, the Los Angeles-based salon, will open its first Orange County location in Fashion Island in late spring. Opened in 2010, Drybar provides blowouts for a flat fee of $35 while customers watch movies, snack on light foods, or make use of docking...
  • David 'Messy' Roth Is A Really Good Bartender

    David 'Messy' Roth Is A Really Good Bartender
    There are bartenders and there are mixologists. Mixologists are an innovative group. They create cocktails. They are the “Iron Chefs” of the liquor industry. David Roth, beverage director for Feng Asian Bistro in Hartford, is in the mixologist...
  • Disappearance of McDaniel's Historic Oscar Explored in "Hattie's Lost Legacy"

    Disappearance of McDaniel's Historic  Oscar Explored in "Hattie's Lost Legacy"
    Airs on DC50, Sunday, February 19 @ 3PM   Seventy-one years ago it was no surprise when the 1939 classic "Gone with the Wind" won the Best Picture Oscar, and Vivien Leigh took home Best Actress honors as Scarlett O’Hara.  Probably the most...
  • Arbuckle's Bistro no laughing matter

    Arbuckle's Bistro no laughing matter
    So, a horse walks into a bar and the bartender says "Why the long face?" The first time I heard that joke it made me chuckle. For days later it put a smile on my face when I thought about it. Because of the genius of its simplicity, combined with its...
  • 'White Trash' and 'Sexy Baby': Crassness done right

    'White Trash' and 'Sexy Baby': Crassness done right
    Let us pray to the gods of All Things Tacky that there is enough blue eye shadow and bad wiggery in this town to sustain the high camp and lowdown-and-dirtiness on display in a pair of fringe shows this week. Though separated by five miles of real estate,...
  • The Arches closes

    The Arches closes
    The Arches restaurant, a Newport Beach institution for nearly 90 years, abruptly closed last week for unknown reasons. A company representative confirmed that the business on Westcliff Drive closed Wednesday night. The phone number is disconnected and...
  • Remarkable Woman: Ilana Rovner

    Remarkable Woman: Ilana Rovner
    By the time she was 7, little Ilana Diamond knew she wanted to be a lawyer. "I believed lawyers did good, from what my father told me," she says. "I still believe it." As an infant, she and her parents had left their home in Latvia, fleeing Hitler....
  • Corona del Mar Today: Coda for OASIS center ukulele player

    Ukulele player Bill Tapia, who was a regular participant in the OASIS Senior Center's ukulele club, died Friday in his Westminster home. He was 103 and died peacefully in his sleep, his website states. "With a career that spanned over 90 years, he was...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Hundreds remember ukulele player Bill Tapia at OASIS memorial party

    About 250 people gathered at the OASIS Senior Center last week to remember famed ukulele player Bill Tapia in a celebration of his life that had originally been planned as his 104th birthday party. "This is his kind of party," said John McDonald of San...
  • Lila Lee Wilson Boyle

      Lila Lee Wilson Boyle, age 84, died Monday, July 25, 2011 after a miraculous five year battle with stage IV cancer. Her petite frame was deceiving. Her fighting spirit was as strong as that of any giant. Lila was united in paradise with her Savior...
  • Kitchen fire breaks out at The Arches

    A kitchen fire broke out Thursday at The Arches restaurant in Newport Beach but was quickly extinguished, authorities said. A small grease fire began about 1:27 p.m. inside a grease duct at the restaurant's new location, 1617 Westcliff Drive, said...
  • 'Mary's Wedding' at the Colony Theatre

    'Mary's Wedding' at the Colony Theatre
    Some Canadian exports get damaged in transit. "Mary's Wedding," at the Colony, is one such example. The original condition of the product was not tiptop in the first place. Indeed, Canadian playwright Stephen Massicotte's highly sentimentalized drama,...