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  • Laguna filmmaker documents the fall and rise of life as a drug addict

    Laguna filmmaker documents the fall and rise of life as a drug addict

    Sixteen to 18 Oxycontins, 12 to 14 Norcos, two to three Fentanyl sticks and about a gram of smoked heroin. The balanced diet of a drug addict. Specifically, the daily regimen of Todd “Z-Man” Zalkins during the height of his addiction. Zalkins’ struggle with drugs and eventual redemption is the...

  • Broadway's 'Something Rotten!' will make its SoCal premiere at Segerstrom Center

    Broadway's 'Something Rotten!' will make its SoCal premiere at Segerstrom Center

    Segerstrom Center for the Arts will present the Southern California premiere of “Something Rotten!” featuring three principal cast members from Broadway. The musical comedy, with 16 performances Nov. 7 to 19 in Segerstrom Hall, was nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Broadway...

  • A Halloween escape in Laguna: 12 minutes in a coffin — and find a way out

    A Halloween escape in Laguna: 12 minutes in a coffin — and find a way out

    Thrill seekers wanting to increase their creepy quotient for Halloween will find a new trick in Laguna Beach. For this season, an escape room concept is being reinvented with two custom-built padded coffins where players race to get out. The game, “Deadringers,” was inspired by the old practice...

  • 44th annual Corona del Mar Home Tour to showcase coastal city’s residences

    44th annual Corona del Mar Home Tour to showcase coastal city’s residences

    Six homes in Corona del Mar and Newport Beach will be open for tours on Oct. 24 to showcase the neighborhoods’ design and architectural attributes. The proceeds support Corona del Mar middle and high schools benefiting school staff and student programs such as the arts, science, English and history....

  • Jewelry designer creates lightweight accessories for all occasions

    Jewelry designer creates lightweight accessories for all occasions

    In a Newport Beach home garage Gina Hueston is building. The designer is constructing jewelry using methods similar to a traditional sculptor, drafting the concept, hand-shaping the design and sealing the model. “Watch this,” she said as she picked up a pair of hoop earrings, placed them on a concrete...

  • Former Angel Gary Matthews Jr. parts with a home base in Corona del Mar

    Former Angel Gary Matthews Jr. parts with a home base in Corona del Mar

    Gary Matthews Jr., the retired professional baseball player who spent three seasons with the Angels, has sold a home in Corona del Mar for $3.69 million. The shake-sided home, built in 1961 and extensively updated, returned to market earlier this year for $3.995 million. Matthews Jr. bought the...

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