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'Mr. Rock N' Roll' is in harmony with Newport Beach

Brian Beirne spent 29 years as a disc jockey (the longest continuous stint in FM radio history) playing oldies music for K-EARTH/101 in Los Angeles. You might know him by the moniker his listeners suggested because of his extensive knowledge of music and musicians — "Mr. Rock N' Roll." You might...

  • Segerstrom season lineup: Something for everyone

    Segerstrom season lineup: Something for everyone

    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts announced its lineup for the 2016-17 season, which features eight center premieres, box office hits and Tony, Grammy and Olivier award winners. At a preview Monday, the center unveiled what it has planned through live performances of songs from these select Broadway...

  • Dance's 'Tour de Force III,' at the Segerstrom on Saturday, certainly is that

    Dance's 'Tour de Force III,' at the Segerstrom on Saturday, certainly is that

    To mark its 30th year, the Segerstrom Center for the Arts will welcome the world's top dancers and choreographers. The dance show known as "Tour de Force III" will be presented at Segerstrom Hall on Saturday night — in honor of the center's dance program — and will feature performances by leading...

  • Police seek a man who fatally shot a woman in Garden Grove

    Police seek a man who fatally shot a woman in Garden Grove

    Police were searching Thursday for a gunman who shot and killed a 31-year-old woman in front of a Garden Grove home.   Two women reportedly were fighting in front of a residence in the 13500 block of Purdy Street about 11 p.m.  Wednesday when a man approached them, shot one of the women at least...

  • Welcome home, Fischer sisters

    Welcome home, Fischer sisters

    The Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro came to an end Sunday with a festive closing ceremony, and sisters Makenzie and Aria Fischer of Laguna Beach returned home Tuesday to a group of well-wishers at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. The pair, two of the youngest players on the U.S. women's water polo...

  • Thurston Middle School honored for its well-behaved students

    The California Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Coalition gives the middle school its highest rating.

  • 4 Costa Mesa council candidates find a lot of common ground at forum

    4 Costa Mesa council candidates find a lot of common ground at forum

    A stage at the Neighborhood Community Center wasn't the only thing Costa Mesa City Council candidates shared Wednesday night. During a two-hour question-and-answer session, they shared their thoughts about several issues facing the city. In many cases, they had similar perspectives. Only four of...

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Anaheim won't fine short-term rental companies for hosts' violations

Anaheim officials say they won’t enforce a new law that imposes fines on short-term rental sites for listing homes and apartments that violate the city’s rental regulations. The policy change is the latest chapter in a heated battle between the city and hundreds of short-term rental properties...

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