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Volume 3, Issue 75                                                                      September 21, 2018


 
 
 

Police Files

More women coming forward as potential victims of Newport Beach doctor and girlfriend; update from D.A. this morning

Newport Beach Police made national news twice in one week.

First, was the arrest of Grant William Robicheaux, 38, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31, both of Newport Beach, on charges of rape of multiple victims by use of drugs. It was an investigation several years in the making.

Robicheaux, a local orthopedic surgeon and celebrity reality TV bachelor, and his girlfriend Riley, are accused of drugging women and sexually assaulting them without consent.

Since Tuesday’s (Sept. 18) press conference by District Attorney Tony Rackauckas announcing the arrests, more women have come forward as potential victims. 

The D.A. provided no case update yesterday and is expected to release new information on the case today.

Next scheduled D.A. update: Today, Friday, Sept. 21, at 11 a.m. in the first floor law library, OCDA’s Office, 401 Civic Center Drive W., Santa Ana.

NBPD revives hunt for murderer from six years ago

Second, was the announcement at a Wednesday press conference of a series of podcasts to be sequentially released by NBPD called Countdown to Capture. It’s a clever attempt to recreate the story of a local murder that took place in Newport Beach some six years ago and has gone unsolved.

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According to NBPD, “Peter Chadwick is wanted for murdering his wife, Q.C. Chadwick, on October 10, 2012, and for fleeing from prosecution. He has been a fugitive since January 2015. The NBPD and the U.S. Marshals Service remain committed to finding Chadwick and bringing him to justice.”

The goal of the NBPD is to have the podcasts gain traction reaching viewers potentially across the globe in an attempt to ID him. There is also a $100,000 reward being offered for information directly leading to his arrest.

The first three of six podcasts have already been released. The remaining three will be released over the next week. 

You can find the podcasts and more information at www.nbpd.org.

Chadwick has been added to the U. S. Marshals Service list of America’s Most Wanted Fugitives.

Scroll down to Police Beat for all arrests & crime report


Fair Game

By TOM JOHNSON

Car shopping brings blast from the past

TomJohnsonIt was probably 1969. My dad gifted my brother Cliff and me a 1963 Ford Country Squire station wagon to drive to school and around town. Talk about being cool. 

You remember the Country Squire with the wood panels down the side. It even had a luggage rack up top and a 398 under the hood.

Well, this car was unique because in an attempt on a hot summer day a few years earlier to wash my dad’s car, I scrubbed and scrubbed those wood panels with steel wool until every speck of dirt was off. It worked, there was no more dirt, but there were also no wood panels left. The problem was that when the car was wet, perfect, but when it dried, the panels were, well, messed up.

So, several years later my dad gave me and my brother that car. Thanks dad. 

Shortly thereafter, my brother and I came up with a plan and then a deal to trade the old wagon for a pretty battered 1956 Ford Thunderbird. The car ran well but looked awful.

My dad was an executive for Ford Motor Company at one of their assembly plants and got the head of the Body Shop to fix every panel and line on that vehicle. Then the head of the Paint Shop painted it a perfect mirror-looking black. Of course, the interior was also done, and the dash taken apart and completely overhauled.

It was perfect.

I loved driving that thing every time I got into it.

But, as brothers, Cliff and I fought for who got to drive the car when. 

Then a carburetor breakdown in the amount of $50 or so led to a bigger fight on who was going to pay what.

My dad made us sell the car.

Fast forward to this week. I go into Theodore Robins Ford to turn in my Ford Fusion because the lease just completed. Lo and behold, there was an early 2000 baby blue T-Bird, with just 20,000 miles and in immaculate shape in the showroom. In fact, some of the original extras are still in original packaging in the trunk.

Well, it looks like I may be driving it around town. Okay, I know it’s only a T-Bird and not even close to the old restored ones from the ‘50s, but I think it’s going to bring about a lot of great memories from the past.

So, if you see me, give me a honk...

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The Feet to the Fire political forum is scheduled for tonight at Orange Coast College to hear from the Newport Beach City Council candidates. The problem is that Mayor Duffy Duffield, incumbents Diane Dixon, Kevin Muldoon and Scott Peotter are not planning to participate. 

Shocked? You shouldn’t be.

There’s a cry in the community that “this is wrong” that they won’t be there.

But is it? 

Let’s look at both sides. 

Feet to the Fire, under columnist Barbara Venezia, is not your typical forum. As the title says, “feet to the fire.”

So, if you’re Duffy or Peotter, remember that they’ve recently been under heavy assault from the opposition as to whether or not there’s a work-related conflict of interest between the two. So, in reality, why would they expose themselves to what would appear to be Little Big Horn in the waiting.

Dixon is probably not participating because of a fairly cool relationship with Barbara and that doesn’t surprise me when she examines the upside.

Muldoon is just being a good Team Newport player.

Then on the other side. Like it or not, one of the elephants in the room is that amongst the newcomer challengers is one of Venezia’s closet friends, Tim Stoaks, and he’s running against Duffield.

I can understand both sides’ arguments. And if I was on either team, I’d do exactly what they’re doing.

B-t-w, Stoaks, Joy Brenner, Roy Englebrecht and Mike Glenn are all expected to still attend.

No matter what, Barbara, in her head-to-toe leathers, will make it a good time.

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Stump the Stu

Does anyone know what time it is?

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Our Stump the Stu readers know where this clock is keeping time. It is located at 218 Marine Ave. on Balboa Island, which used to be above Beach Time Realty – hence the inference. Now, the clock is located above Une Beaute Spa.

Congratulations to Jeff Herdman, Kristie Hemstreet, Linnea Graves, Lisa Winter, Mickey Dunlap and Vikki Swanson.

Join us on Tuesdays as we try and stump you each week with a picture of something unique in our community, with answers and winners appearing on Fridays.

If you have a unique spot or icon around town that you think Stu News Newport readers would enjoy finding out about, please shoot it, share it and give us the answer, so we can challenge them! Happy Hunting.

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You Must Remember This: Al Irwin, jack of all sports...and more

By NANCY GARDNER

I think one of the nicest men I ever knew was Al Irwin. He was a person with deep roots in the community. His father built the W. A. Irwin building that houses Blackie’s. Can there be deeper roots than that?

Al grew up on the local beaches. He became a Newport Beach lifeguard in 1933 at the age of 15 and went on to become a four-year, five-sport letterman at Harbor High. The range of athletic abilities required for such an accomplishment is staggering, particularly in today’s world where children are pushed to pick their sport at four or five, and to specialize in that one sport for the next 10 or 15 years, or until they burn out. Instead, Al was jack of all sports, master of all as well.

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Al Irwin coaching water polo at UC Irvine

After graduating from high school, Al played football at College of the Pacific under Alonzo Stagg, earning All-Coast honors, but that didn’t mean he abandoned other sports. At one point, he entered an ocean swim and beat Buster Crabbe. If known at all, Buster Crabbe is probably known today for the old Flash Gordon movies, but before getting into film, Crabbe swam in two Olympics, getting a bronze in the 1500 in one and a gold in the 400 free in the other. To play college football and also beat an Olympic swimmer – that pretty much defines versatility.

Al got into coaching after WWII. He had a long, successful stint as head football coach at Harbor, then went on to coach both football and swimming at OCC, before moving to UCI in 1965, helping to develop the swimming and water polo programs. Under his direction, the water polo team won its first ever NCAA Division 1 championship. Passing the baton in those sports to Ted Newland, Al then served as assistant athletic director before retiring in 1978. This is impressive, but it doesn’t really explain the impact he had on the young people he worked with. There are coaches who try to make better athletes, and then there are coaches who try to make better people. Al was definitely in the latter class, not that the athletics suffered, obviously, but he had a larger goal than what was on the scoreboard, and this didn’t go unrecognized. In 2013, the Al Irwin Academic Center was opened on the UCI campus. The purpose is to “provide a quality learning environment” for 300 student-athletes, and the naming is in recognition of an “individual whose influence over young lives has made a lasting impression on many within the Orange County community.” That is a legacy.

While he retired from UCI, he didn’t retire from his community. There were very few civic events I attended where Al was not in attendance, and his home on the boardwalk was a magnet for everyone who knew him, and a lot who didn’t. If he was on his little patio, it was rare to see him alone. Everybody walking by wanted to stop and chat. He must have had to go inside and pull the blinds to have a moment to himself.

I didn’t see him that often, but whenever I did he always made me want to do better, a great quality for anyone, but particularly someone who worked with young people. No wonder he was such a success.

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Nancy Gardner, former Mayor of Newport Beach, long-time resident and daughter of Judge Robert Gardner, is a regular contributor to StuNewsNewport.

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CdMRA to hold election forum on September 26

The Corona del Mar Residents Association (CdMRA) is hosting its election forum on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. at OASIS Senior Center in the Evelyn Hart Event Center at 801 Narcissus Ave., Corona del Mar.

CdMRA’s election forum is designed to give voters a one-on-one opportunity to visit with city council candidates and Measure T proponents and opponents, as well as listen to a moderated panel discussion querying city council candidates on topics of particular interest to Corona del Mar voters. All eight city council candidates were invited; seven have confirmed as of this date.

The evening starts with hosted refreshments and ample opportunity to network with city council candidates and representatives both for and against Measure T. CdMRA has also invited members of the Corona del Mar High School’s Academy of Global Studies to participate in the evening’s activities.

A moderated panel discussion has been designed for the purpose of providing Corona del Mar voters an opportunity to learn about the city council candidates and their positions on issues important to our neighborhood. There will be a brief presentation from Measure T proponents and opponents at the conclusion of the candidates panel.

RSVPs are requested. This event is open to all Newport Beach voters. Visit www.CdMRA.org for more information and to RSVP.

The Corona del Mar Residents Association has been advocating quality of life issues for nearly 32 years for all residents of Corona del Mar neighborhoods.

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Newport Beach, per capita, rivals the price of a Porsche

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According to Bloombergquint.com, Newport Beach’s per capita income of $97,597 is comparable to the price tag of a new Porsche 911 Carrera.

Newport Beach’s average income is nearly three times that of the entire state of California, earning the top spot of any other city or county in the state with a population of more than 65,000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey.

The top 10 cities in California with the highest average income ranked by per-capita income are: Newport Beach, Palo Alto, Santa Monica, Pleasanton, Mountain View, San Francisco, Walnut Creek, Sunnyvale, Redondo Beach and San Mateo.

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Nonprofit Forever Footprints to host OC Walk to Remember

October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and nonprofit Forever Footprints (formerly known as OC Walk To Remember) will host 3,500 community members and families who have experienced the loss of a child for their 14th annual OC Walk To Remember on Saturday, Oct. 13 from 7:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m., the Memorial Service is at 8:15 a.m. and the Walk begins at 9 a.m.

The Walk celebrates the precious lives of babies gone too soon in the Orange County area and beyond. Families who have lost a baby to miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, pregnancy loss and infant death come to walk the steps their babies will never take.

Among the Newport Beach families participating in the Walk are the Johnson family, who lost their first born son, Colton, six years ago after being born.

Nonprofit Forever Footprints to host Gary and Ciara Johnson

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Newport Beach residents Gary and Ciara Johnson embrace at a previous Forever Footprints’ OC Walk to Remember. A single white rose is given to each parent during the memorial ceremony as their baby’s name is read aloud. 

Ciara Johnson shared, “We never get to have birthday parties or celebrate our babies’ milestones of growing up. For me, Forever Footprints’ OC Walk to Remember is a time that I feel I can outwardly celebrate our son Colton with all our friends and family. While internally, I mourn and grieve the loss of my son every day. It is hard to be a “loss mom” and feel you cannot talk about your child because they are no longer here. The OC Walk to Remember is a day that I can talk about Colton, celebrate him and mourn him outwardly without feeling any judgment. The event helps keep his memory alive.”

Newport Beach resident Traci Shirachi will be attending the Walk to Remember on behalf of her son, Wyatt, who was born March 30, 2018 and passed away, April 3, 2018 in the NICU at Hoag Hospital Newport Beach.

“The walk is about honoring the life and legacy of my son, Wyatt, and also celebrating his life regardless of how short,” Shirachi said. “It’s also about community and letting those who want to support my family do so. Often times we are all consumed about our loss, that we want to mourn alone, without acknowledging there is a whole support group of community (work, friends, extended family, even strangers who you meet for the first time) who want to share the burden of this loss with you and grieve, too. This gives us all an opportunity to heal together. I’m deeply touched and forever grateful for such support and community.”

The remembrance ceremony and memorial walk will include a musical tribute, a guest speaker, reading of the babies’ names and rose distribution. It is the hope of Forever Footprints that the day will bring peace and comfort to the many enduring the heartache of holding a baby in their heart, but not in their arms. 

“One in four women will lose a baby in pregnancy or infancy,” said Forever Footprints Executive Director Brateil Aghasi. “The walk is an opportunity to remember, honor and celebrate these babies. It’s also an opportunity for families to find support and comfort after the devastating loss of their child.”

The event takes place at The District in Tustin, 2437 Park Ave., Tustin (by the PetSmart parking lot).

For online registration and additional information, visit

www.foreverfootprints.org/remembrance/events/oc-walk-to-remember.

Since 2004, Forever Footprints has served more than 35,000 families and ensures that families who have suffered a pregnancy or infant loss receive the best support, comfort and resources possible. To do so, Forever Footprints provides families with support through direct services, educates the medical community to improve quality of care, and offers opportunities for remembrance to help families find their own path to healing. In the last year, Forever Footprints has grown services by 25 percent to reach more families and healthcare providers.

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Sign of the times

It’s another edition of Sign of the times, so put your thinking caps on. Stu believes you will know where these three yummy carrots hang out. Carrots are a particularly good source of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants, and it’s the perfect time of year to plant them in your own garden!

Good luck! Stu loves publishing the winning answers on Tuesday.

Send your guesses to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you’re a business and you want to play, you can send us a high-quality photo of your sign and we’ll take it from there and challenge our readers.

Let’s have some fun!

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Letter to the Editor:

Let’s protect what we have

Deluged by political flyers for the upcoming November elections? Confused by too many details from each of the new candidates? Frustrated by the incumbents’ years of voting, driven by outside big monied interests and not by the welfare and needs of city residents? How does one sort it all out before marking ballot choices this November? I have a single suggestion that will help

Keep in mind “deep grassroots” when making your selections. Three of the four on the Team of Four moved to this city just before running for city council. They have voted as a block during their terms. One has spent years intimately involved with the city of Irvine’s insatiable appetite for high rise development. A drive down Jamboree is a heart-wrenching reminder of his prior interests. A second member also arrived from Irvine with a commitment to high powered PAC-funded interests and personal ambition. A third arrived from Pasadena. Only one member of the team is a real local, forever dedicated to the quality of life on the harbor – if it will improve his boat business. 

Are these four dedicated to short and long-term goals of the community? Presently there is little doubt about where their loyalties lie. Their shallow grassroot concerns focus on the green of money rather than the deep natural grassroots of what is left in the city, needing protection and preservation.

The challengers, Joy Brenner, Tim Stoaks and Roy Englebrecht, have deep roots in the Newport Beach community. They have lived here for decades. Their children attended local schools. They have dedicated years to community service, to starting up community organizations, to challenging airport noise. They have been green-focused on the health and welfare of local citizens and on saving what is left of public city land for the public now and for the future. 

If you lack time to follow up on past and present decisions of current incumbents, you might want to visit a website reflecting the challengers’ values, http://spon-newportbeach.org/ (“Still Protecting Our Newport”). Click on “About” at the top. Here you will note values that Joy, Roy, and Tim support. This website reflects the long historical record of volunteer community activists dedicated to protecting and preserving Newport Beach for quality living for all city residents – efforts dating back four and five decades. The challengers are eager to leave our gorgeous natural bounty for future generations to enjoy. They do not want to see it sold off for private gain and exclusive pleasure of only those who can afford it. They are eager to take back the city council for its residents. 

So, if an activist rings your doorbell, thank them for volunteering, especially if it’s for the challengers. If you’re irritated by a few political flyers left on your fence or door knob, just remember they are from your neighbors currently “hitting the streets” to bring fresh clean politics of transparency and honesty back to city government.   

If your life is too busy, then visit the entertaining YouTube site of two young watchdogs of local politics at www.goodmorningnewport.org. They reveal current shenanigans of self-serving incumbents – in real time. Your optimism will be renewed when they interview the dedicated local challengers bringing fresh sea breezes of creative dedication to community concerns, once the Team of Four is replaced this November. Indeed, “The times, they are a-changin’ ” (Bob Dylan).

See you at the polls this November, too, for Joy, Roy, and Tim.

Sheila Koff

Corona del Mar


The Red Scare, UFOs & Elvis...

On Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m., come enjoy a free discussion at Sherman Library & Gardens – The Red Scare, UFOs & Elvis: Long Beach Enters the Atomic Age.

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The baby boomer generation (1946-1964) grew up in a time of dramatic social change. Their experiences in the Cold War were very different from those of their parents. These youth of the atomic age wondered if they might be the last children on earth. They were raised on civil defense films, tales of nuclear annihilation, and a world taken over by communism. America had entered the atomic age. It was also a time of transition. Rock ‘n’ roll entered the scene, space flight became a reality, and the public learned not to blindly accept what the government told them.

Author Claudine Burnett will discuss this fascinating era and its ties to Long Beach. 

To RSVP, visit www.slgardens.org, or call 949.673.1880.

Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.


Save the Date: 19th Annual Orange County Arts Awards, October 16

The Orange County arts community will gather on Tuesday, Oct.16 in Samueli Theater at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, to honor its arts stars at the 19th Annual Orange County Art Awards, hosted by the county’s nonprofit arts agency, Arts Orange County.

This year’s Helena Modjeska Cultural Legacy Awards for lifetime contributions to the Orange County arts community will recognize Mark and Janet Hilbert, the art collectors and philanthropists who created the new Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University; Orange County’s oldest arts organization, the Laguna Art Museum, now celebrating its 100th anniversary; Newport Beach artist Carol Saindon, known for her abstract photomontages, sculptures and art installations; and South Coast Repertory Managing Director Paula Tomei, whose career with South Coast Repertory (SCR) has spanned nearly 40 years.

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Mark and Jane Hilbert will be the recipients of the Helena Modjeska Cultural Legacy Awards for lifetime contributions to the Orange County arts community

The Emerging Artist Awards will be given to writer, publisher, multi-disciplinary artist and community activist Sarah Rafael Garcia, who founded Barrio Writers, which empowers teens in underserved communities through writing, and is currently an Artist-in-Residence at California State University, Fullerton’s Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana; and to artist Brian Peterson, a car designer for Kia Motors in Irvine, who founded Faces of Santa Ana, an organization that befriends and paints portraits of homeless members of our community, and helps rehabilitate his homeless subjects with the proceeds from the sale of these works.

This is the 10th consecutive year that the Orange County Arts Awards will take place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Preceding the ceremonies, honorees, sponsors and VIP guests will enjoy a pre-event reception and dinner at Leatherby’s Café Rouge before joining ceremony guests for dessert and the evening’s program in the Samueli Theater. Emcees for this year’s event are Debora Wondercheck, founder and CEO of the Arts & Learning Conservatory in Costa Mesa, and Richard Stein, president & CEO of Arts Orange County.

Performances at this year’s event will include The Alley Cats, America’s doo-wop singing ensemble, who will appear at the VIP Reception; Ciro Hurtado, the Latin Grammy Award nominated guitarist who performs original and traditional Andean music; Scott Barnhardt, the Broadway musical theater artist who is the newly appointed director of musical theater at Orange County School of the Arts; Jennise Hwang, assistant principal second violinist with Pacific Symphony; Dan Spector, piano, who also serves as music director for the event; Dave Cross, guitar, who will perform prior to the ceremonies on the Samueli Theater patio; and The Irvine Barclay Theatre Jazz Band featuring Ron Kobayashi and Jerry Mandel, who will entertain guests at the post- ceremonies reception on the patio.

“Since 2000, Arts Orange County has honored the people and organizations that have enriched the artistic life of our community,” Richard Stein said. “Each year, we look forward to recognizing those who have made an indelible mark on Orange County over the course of a lifetime and those who have sprung up recently in our fertile creative community. And then we plan a great big party for everyone to enjoy where we can celebrate those accomplishments.”

To purchase tickets and for sponsorship opportunities, visit www.artsoc.org.

Samueli Theater at Segerstrom Center for the Arts is located at 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.


Laura Tarbox to offer investment advice at NBPL

Laura Tarbox is one of the pioneers of the financial planning profession. Her company, Tarbox Family Office, is recognized as one of the top wealth management firms in the country.

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Laura Tarbox

Tarbox will speak at two nonprofit educational events, “It’s Your Money!” on Monday, Sept. 24 and Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. at Newport Beach Central Library’s Friends Room. These events are part of an eight-week series of workshops providing attendees with education and practical solutions to financial and estate planning issues, so they can be in charge of their estates during their lifetimes and beyond. The workshops are free of charge.

Tarbox, a UCLA graduate, founded her wealth advisory firm in 1985 and offers fee-only financial planning (including estate and tax planning, charitable giving, insurance and retirement optimization) and investment management. She will talk about how to find the right adviser, the basics of comprehensive financial planning, and how to develop a healthy investment philosophy. No RSVP is required.

Newport Beach Central Library is located at 1000 Avocado St., Newport Beach.


Segerstrom Center presents the Kenny Barron Quintet

Segerstrom Center for the Arts presents the Kenny Barron Quintet for two performances on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

Named a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, Jazz Weekly calls Barron, “The most lyrical piano player of our time.”

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The Kenny Barron Quintet takes the Samueli Theater stage on November 3

For his return to the Center’s Jazz Series, Barron brings his quintet, which includes Mike Rodriguez, trumpet; Dayna Stephens, tenor saxophone; Kiyoshi Kitagawa, bass; and Jonathan Blake, drums.

The performances take place in Samueli Theater. Single tickets start at $69 and are available online at www.scfta.org, at the Box Office at 600 Town Center Drive in Costa Mesa, or by calling 714.556.2787. For inquiries about group ticket savings of 10 or more, call the Group Services office at 714.755.0236. 

Segerstrom Center for the Arts is located 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.


Cut-A-Thon at Images Salon to benefit Childhelp

It’s the last few days to join Images Salon in Corona del Mar by participating in their 17th Annual Childhelp Fundraiser. Each participating stylist is offering a number of donated haircuts now through the end of September.

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When calling to make an appointment, mention Childhelp and request a haircut (or just get a blowout) and you will be offered the $45 rate. The entire $45 goes directly to summer outings and classes, and Christmas presents for children in OC Group Homes.

Images will also hold their annual opportunity drawing with some fabulous prizes. Last year Images Salon raised more than $17,000. One hundred percent of funds raised go to the treatment and prevention of child abuse.

To book your space at Images Salon, call 949.675.5531. Images Salon is located at 2515 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.


Let your palate be the judge…

The Bungalow Restaurant will be holding its Blind Wine Taste Off Series this fall. For $50 - $140, join in a comparative interactive tasting of two regional California wineries side-by-side in a semi-blind format. Festivities include sampling of six different wines (two-ounce pours each) from two select wineries accompanied by delicious cuisine. Select wines will be poured by side-by-side with tasting notes given, and guests judge which winery reigns supreme.

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Later in the evening, guests will be treated to a reveal of the favorite winery, a wine country opportunity drawing, and the chance to purchase the featured wines at a discounted price.

Scheduled tastings and pairings:

–Paso Robles, Thursday, Sept. 27 at 6 p.m.: Daou Winery vs. Justin Winery ($50*)

1st Course: Daou Rose vs. Justin Rose

Summer Salad - grilled peaches, mixed greens, candied walnuts, balsamic vinaigrette

2nd Course: DAOU Chardonnay vs. Landmark Chardonnay
Butternut Squash Ravioli – Sage brown butter sauce, pistachios

3rd Course: DAOU Cabernet Sauvignon vs. Justin Cabernet Sauvignon
Sliced New York Strip – Brussels sprouts with bacon and balsamic glaze

–Sonoma, Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 6 p.m.: Hanzell Winery vs. Flowers Winery ($50*)

Pairing Menu TBA

1st Course: Hanzell Sonoma Coast Chardonnay vs. Flowers Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

2nd Course: Hanzell Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir vs. Flowers Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

3rd Course: Hanzell Single Vineyard Pinot Noir vs. Flowers Single Vineyard Pinot Noir

–The Napa Valley, Thursday, Nov. 8 at 6 p.m.: Groth Winery vs. Pine Ridge Winery ($60*)

Pairing Menu TBA

1st Course: Groth Sauvignon Blanc vs. Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc/Viognier 

2nd Course: Groth Chardonnay vs. Pine Ridge Chardonnay

3rd Course: Groth Cabernet Sauvignon vs. Pine Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

*Guests can purchase pre-sale tickets for one event of choice, or save $10 now to attend all three. Gratuity and tax are included. Processing fee is not included. No substitutions are allowed. Refunds are available up to seven days prior to the event.

The Bungalow Restaurant is located at 2441 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. For more information, visit www.thebungalowrestaurant.com.


Family Carnival coming to Lido Marina Village

On Sunday, Sept. 30 from 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m., come enjoy the Family Carnival on The Deck at Lido Marina Village. In a new collaboration with Cynthia Rowley & Maisonette, check out their children’s luxury brands and enjoy light bites, face painting, balloon art and more.

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The Deck at Lido Marina Village is located at 3446 Via Oporto, Newport Beach.


 Barclay Butera launches luxury real estate brokerage

Renowned interior designer Barclay Butera has collaborated with Waterpointe Custom Home Builders and top Newport Beach residential brokerage Eliisa Stowell & Associates to launch Barclay Butera Properties, a boutique real estate firm. Barclay Butera Properties offers a unique new approach to the home buying and selling process, by marrying unparalleled marketing and representation with inspired interior design services, residential planning, construction design and development.

“Whether a client is looking to buy or sell a home, our culture of collaboration and creativity places us in a class above other real estate brokerage firms,” said Butera, founder of Barclay Butera Properties. “Together, we are able offer a full service and turn-key approach to real estate. We can buy, sell and create homes that are truly both custom and move-in ready.”

Eliisa Stowell, who has sold nearly $400 million in luxury homes over her career, brings her deep market knowledge to work closely with clients to find the exact residence to match their lifestyle and price range. Waterpointe Custom Home Builders, with over a decade of experience in the development business, can provide the costs of any upgrades or renovations to consider before the purchase. Barclay Butera’s interior design team then works with clients to ensure the interior look is exactly as they envision.

Barclay Butera launches luxury team

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“Our alliance with Barclay Butera Properties allows us to deliver quality-crafted residences that not only maximize the potential of their settings, but are beautifully designed with exquisite finishes and furnishings,” said Garrett Calacci, president of Barclay Butera Properties and founder of Waterpointe Custom Home Builders. “This combined expertise provides clients with the best service possible, from design and development to perfectly appointed interior spaces, all delivered on a precise schedule.”

“We are excited to join forces with Barclay Butera Interiors and Waterpointe Custom Home Builders to create this elevated and unsurpassed approach to home buying and selling,” said Stowell. “We have created a team of real estate and design professionals with vast experience to change the way real estate is bought and sold.”

Barclay Butera founded his Newport Beach-based interior design firm nearly 25 years ago, quickly becoming known for his approachable elegance and coastal chic style that have come to define Southern California interior design. Butera’s success led to him opening showrooms in Corona del Mar and Park City, Utah. Over the years, he has had multiple licensing ventures with some of the industry’s most respected partners and was commissioned to collaborate on the interior design of the “Yacht on Wheels” edition of the iconic Rolls Royce Dawn in 2016. The author of five lifestyle coffee table books, Butera has also been featured in countless magazines and TV shows.

Barclay Butera Properties is located at 2435 East Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. For more information, call 949. 335. 4855 or visit www.barclaybuteraproperties.com


NBFD to hold open house on October 7

NBFD to hold open house fire truck

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The Newport Beach Fire Department (NBFD) is holding its annual Fire House Open House on Sunday, Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Fire Station No.7, located at 20401 SW Acacia St., Newport Beach

Fun for the entire family, there will be station tours; rescue demonstrations; live structure; auto extrications; fire, paramedic and lifeguard displays; and activities for the kids. The event is free and open to the public.

For more information, call 949.644.3381.


Pet of the WeekDog and Cat print

StuNewsNewport is delighted to be working with the Newport Beach Animal Shelter to help get the word out in search of loving homes for pets that deserve a warm, nurturing environment and a place to call “home.”

Currently, there are no pets up for adoption...but check back again next week to see if there will be a Pet of the Week that is looking for a special place to call home.

Adoption costs at the shelter are:

–Dogs - $130 

–Puppies - $150

–Cats - $90

–Kittens - $110

At any given time, the shelter can have 4 - 5 dogs and 7 - 8 cats/kittens and other pets available for adoption. At times, the shelter receives owner turn-ins that would do best adopted out together. 

If you are interested in finding out more about animals when they come up for adoption, call 949.644.3656 or email Valerie Schomburg at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Newport Beach Animal Shelter is located at 20302 Riverside Drive, Newport Beach. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

To find out how you can help support the shelter, visit www.nbpd.org and click on “Our Animal Shelter” to view the wish list. The shelter can always use food & treats; new toys; grooming, hygiene & comfort products; as well as laundry soap, dish soap, paper towels, sponges & scrub pads and lint rollers. If you are interested in volunteering, applications are available on the website.


For A Good Cause

From Golf to Galas: Supporting Our Community

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Cruisin’ For A Cure Car Show | September 22, gates open at 6 a.m.; event runs until 4 p.m. | Cost: $15 or $13 with your AAA card; Kids 12 and under are free. Parking is $8. | 19th Annual Cruisin’ for a Cure is the world’s largest one-day charity car show with more than 3,500 vehicles on display and more than 200 vendors and exhibitors. They get to cruise through the OC Fair & Event Center for 1.5 miles and/or park and just display their vehicles. Grand Marshal is Dave Kunz, ABC Channel 7 Eyewitness News Automotive Specialist. All proceeds benefit prostate cancer research.

Contact: www.cruisinforacure.com

Takes place at OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa.

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Second Chance of Orange County | September 22 from 5 - 9 p.m. | Tickets are $75. | More Second Chances Gala is an evening celebrating achievements and raising money to help individuals recovering from drug/alcohol addiction & homelessness. The event features drinks, dinner, dessert and entertainment. There are 50+ silent auction items including: a Sonoma Winery tasting tour, three nights at a Carlsbad beach house, an originally framed Plexiglas Kobe Bryant-singed Lakers #8, VIP tickets to the Broad Museum, $300 at Vineyard Vines, a 20-person wine class at Total Wines and More, a Baking Class for eight at Le Pain Quotidien, and more than 20 restaurant gift cards. Cocktail attire. Must be 18 years of age to attend. Second Chance Orange County operates out of Hoag The Center for Healthy Living on Placentia Avenue in Newport Beach.

Contact: For tickets and more information, visit https://bit.ly2voPTeA.

Takes place in Floral Park, Santa Ana (exact address to be given at time of payment).

Laura’s House | September 22 at 6 p.m. | Tickets are $250 and table sponsorship opportunities start at $3,500. | Join Ports of Call Annual Gala guests in celebrating 24 years of service to the community. Enjoy a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions and a dinner reception. Guests of honor, who are dedicated violence advocates, include Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Sandra Hutchens and family law attorney Steven G. Hittelman, Hittelman Strunk Law Group. Presenting sponsors Laura Khouri and Michael K. Hayde will host the event. Since 1994, Laura’s House has been respected in the community for its commitment to improving the lives of families affected by domestic violence in Orange County. More than 25,000 individuals receive services and/or educational outreach each year.

Contact: Andrea McCallister, 949.361.3775, ext. 211. www.laurashouse.org/gala

Takes place at Balboa Bay Resort, 1221 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach.

Veterans Legal Institute | September 23 at 6 p.m. | Join the Carol Lee Group in support of the Veterans Legal Institute (VLI) at The American Patriot’s Ball. This worthwhile organization serves our nation’s heroes when they need help the most. VLI provides pro-bono legal aid which addresses one of the greatest needs faced by our service men and women. Carol Lee Group provides world-class real estate marketing and sales services in all areas of Newport Beach, Newport Coast and Corona del Mar.

Contact: VLI for more information, to register for the event and for sponsorship opportunities, 714.852.3492. www.vetslegal.com

Takes place at Fashion Island Hotel, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

Veteran’s Legal Institute | September 22 at 5:30 p.m. | Tickets: $250; Presenting Sponsor (10 tickets), $20,000. | Join Carol Lee Group in supporting a worthy cause at the American Patriot’s Ball. This inspirational evening welcomes hundreds of community and business leaders for dancing, dining and an exciting live auction. Long-term partners will be honored. Veteran’s Legal Institute (VLI) serves our nation’s heroes when they need help the most. VLI provides pro-bono legal aid, which addresses one of the greatest needs faced by our service men and women. Visit the VLI website for more information and to register for this event. All proceeds from the evening will go to ensuring high quality, free legal care for our deserving veterans and service members.

Contact: Antoinette Balta at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or call 949.290.5733, or KellyAnn Romanych, director of development at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 818.219.1916. www.vetslegal.com

Takes place at Fashion Island Hotel, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

Susan G. Komen | September 23 | 27th Annual Susan G. Komen Orange County Race for a Cure is the annual 5K run/walk, and the largest annual fundraiser of its kind in Orange County. Join thousands of supporters, breast cancer survivors and families gathering with a common vision: a world without breast cancer.

Contact: Stacy Davis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 714.957.9157, ext. 34. www.komenoc.org/race

Takes place at Fashion Island, Newport Beach.

For A Good Cause Komen

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The Literacy Project | September 27 | The annual “What Dreams Are Made Of” Gala is an exciting, inspiring and purpose-driven evening featuring special guest speakers, a live auction and a program showcasing how the organization helps thousands of illiterate Southern California students learn to read. Accompanied by their adult role models, they choose three students from The Literacy Project’s reading program to highlight the event, and share their future dreams of being successful literate adults. This elegant evening brings together philanthropists, literacy experts and passionate supporters of education to raise funds to provide The Literacy Project’s proprietary 30-hour reading program at “no cost” to struggling readers in elementary school classrooms throughout Southern California.

Contact: www.literacyprojectfoundation.org

Takes place at Newport Beach Country Club, One Clubhouse Drive, Newport Beach. 

The Joyful Child Foundation | September 29 from 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. | Tickets: $125 per person (early purchase); after July 26, $150 per person. Table sponsorship for 10 guests, $1,250. The Joyful Feast 2018 is the Annual Gala of Champions for Children. The organization celebrates the memory of Samantha Runnion, and is dedicated to preventing crimes against children through programs that educate, empower and unite families and communities.

Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.thejoyfulchild.org

Takes place at Fashion Island Hotel, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

Global G.L.O.W. | September 29 | Sponsorships available from $2,500 - $100,000. Enjoy Glow Gala with a sunset cocktail reception, live auction, and dinner & dancing above the picturesque Pacific Ocean.

Contact: www.globalglowgala.org

Takes place at The Resort at Pelican Hill, 22701 South Pelican Hill Road, Newport Coast.

Harvesters 26th Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon | October 3 | In Orange County, one in five children go hungry every day. Since 1992, the Harvesters have driven awareness and raised funds to end hunger by supporting Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. The annual event has netted more than $7 million for Second Harvest, helping to feed hundreds of thousands of people over the past 25 years. Sponsorship opportunities are available and silent auction donations are appreciated.

Contact: www.feedoc.org/harvesters/

Takes place at Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County | October 4 – Scotch and Cigar Bar at 6 p.m.; Dinner and Live Auction at 7 p.m. | Table sponsorships available from $15,000. Join Big Brothers Big Sisters for the 54th Annual Gourmet Dinner, its premier event that brings together more than 400 of Orange County’s most influential people. At the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser of the year, guest enjoy Scotch bar, cocktail reception, sit-down multicourse dinner, opportunity drawings, exciting live auction experiences and a heartfelt presentation from a child about the life-changing relationship he or she shares with a mentor.

Contact: Sloane Kean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 714.619.7048. www.ocbigs.org

Takes place at Balboa Bay Resort, 1221 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach.

PADRE Foundation | October 6 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. | Free. | Registration information coming soon. Riding the Wave of Diabetes & BBQ is a School Nurse Forum to help school health personnel become further updated about Type 1 diabetes and its impact on children during school hours. The theme is: “Turning Stumbling Blocks into Stepping Stones: Responding Successfully to the Emotional and Other Challenges of Diabetes.” The PADRE Foundation School Nurse Training is open to all school nurses, health care workers and office aides to provide them with current information on how they can help support school children who have the complex chronic disease. Guest speakers to be announced. The PADRE Foundation is dedicated to offering positive support to programs and services to assist those living with Type 1 diabetes, and pediatric-adolescent diabetes research education.

Contact: RSVP by Monday, October 1 through Eventbrite. For general questions, call the PADRE Foundation office at 714.509.8330 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Takes place at the Mary and Dick Allen Diabetes Center, 520 Superior Ave., Newport Beach.

Crystal Cove Conservancy | October 6 from 5 - 8 p.m. | Individual tickets are $500; Sponsorships and underwriting opportunities from $1,500 are still available. The 16th annual Crystal Cove Soiree is in a shorefront setting overlooking the Pacific. Festivities include a cocktail reception, exquisite dining by the Resort at Pelican Hill, entertainment and dancing under the stars (Beatles vs. Stones: A Musical Shootout), and luxury silent and live auctions. This annual gala raises funds for the Crystal Cove Conservancy’s work to preserve the historic destination. The event is nearly sold out.

Contact: For more information, call Cindy Otto at 949.376.6200, ext. 204. www.crystalcove.org/soiree

Takes place on the blufftop at Crystal Cove State Park, Newport Coast.

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Girl Scouts of Orange County | October 12 at 6:30 p.m. | Individual tickets are $375; Sponsorships are available from $1,500 - $50,000. Girl Scouts of Orange County will honor extraordinary Orange County women who are Girl Scout alumnae and outstanding examples of what it means to be a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™. The women will be recognized at the organization’s ninth annual Celebrate Leadership event. Each honoree is paired with a current Girl Scout, ranging from Daisy (kindergarten) to Ambassador (grades 11 - 12), providing the leaders of tomorrow with an opportunity to connect with leaders of today.

Contact: Bradley Wedekind-Flores at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for sponsorship opportunities. www.girlscoutsoc.org/celebrateleadership

Takes place at Fashion Island Hotel, 690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

American Heart Association | October 13 | The 2018 Orange County Heart & Stroke Ball is one of Orange County’s premier black-tie events. Heart Ball offers prominent members of the health, philanthropic and local business communities an opportunity to meet, mingle and come together to celebrate the American Heart Association’s extraordinary impact on America’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers – heart disease and stroke. Heart Ball funds support vital American Heart Association work, including cutting-edge research, lifesaving prevention and education programs, and advocacy for improved health.

Contact: Esther Ahn, director, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. www.ahaorangecounty.org

Takes place at Balboa Bay Resort, 1221 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach.

Nashville Nights | October 20 | Individual tickets are $250; Sponsorships are available. The Childhelp Fall Gala features a live band, dining, dancing, and whiskey & gambling.

Contact: For more information, call Linda Burns at 949.463.8804 and visit www.childhelp.org/childhelp-fall-gala-nashville-nights.

Takes place at The Resort at Pelican Hill, 22701 South Pelican Hill Road, Newport Coast.

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UCP-OC | October 22 | Sponsorships are available. The 24th Annual Life Without Limits Autumn Golf Classic raises funds vital to the success of the nonprofit’s mission: to help children with disabilities reach their full potential and improve the quality of life for their families.

Contact: Katherine Bade at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. www.ucpoc.org/golf

Takes place at The Resort at Pelican Hill, 22701 South Pelican Hill Road, Newport Coast.

Segerstrom Center for the Arts | November 30 | Segerstrom Center’s 45th annual Candlelight Concert is the premier Orange County holiday event. This evening of elegance and star-power entertainment raises funds to support the Center’s community engagement and education programs that serve more than 360,000 students and families each year. Guests enjoy the rare experience of stepping into the spotlight for dining and dancing on the Segerstrom Hall stage itself, followed by a late night after party on the Julianne and George Argyros Plaza.

Contact: www.scfta.org

Takes place at The Resort at Pelican Hill, 22701 South Pelican Hill Road, Newport Coast.

Hoag Hospital Foundation | December 8 at 5 p.m. | Every holiday season, Hoag Hospital Foundation welcomes more than 600 Hoag supporters, volunteers and friends to celebrate the Christmas Carol Ball, now in its 52nd year. With a rich history of support, the Christmas Carol Ball is a true testament of our community’s dedication to Hoag and its mission. Enjoy an evening of fun, fellowship and fabulous food, along with dancing and special holiday touches in a gorgeous setting. Attire: Formal black tie. Hosted valet parking.

Contact: www.hoagpromise.org

Takes place at Monarch Beach Resort, 1 Monarch Beach Resort N, Dana Point.

 

Editor’s Note: If you have a philanthropic event with a connection to Newport Beach you would like to see publicized, please email the information with an image and contact person with email address to Lana Johnson: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to reach out to Newport Beach non-profit organizations, visit https://greatnonprofits.org/city/newport-beach/CA


Newport’s Best Bets in Arts & Entertainment

From Live Theater to Community Happenings, enjoy these!

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Balboa Car Show | Every Sunday from 7 - 9 a.m. 

Fun Zone Parking lot, 600 E. Bay Ave., Balboa Peninsula

Sense and Sensibility, Continuing through September 29. Performance times and ticket prices vary. This favorite story by Jane Austen comes to South Coast Repertory’s Segerstrom Stage. Synopsis: The Dashwood sisters – practical Elinor and impulsive Marianne – are of good social standing and marriageable age. When Father dies and their half-brother skimps on their inheritance, they are forced to leave their grand estate for a tiny, cold cottage. Just as life seems its bleakest, a handsome stranger arrives on horseback and the sisters are convinced their futures are secured. Follow Elinor and Marianne as they chase their dreams from Devonshire to London and back in this charming romantic classic.

Contact: Call 714.708.5500. www.scr.org

Takes place at South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.

Sense and Sensibility

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The Hollow, Continuing through October 7. Performance take place Thursdays through Sundays; times vary. Tickets: $20. Synopsis: “An unhappy game of romantic follow-the-leader explodes into murder one weekend at the home of Sir Henry and Lucy Angkatell,

arguably Christie’s finest comic grande dame. Dr. Cristow, the wealthy lothario, is at the center of the trouble when, assembled in one place, we find his dull but devoted wife Gerda, his mistress and prominent sculptor Henrietta and his former lover, Hollywood film star Veronica. As the list of romantic associations grows so does the list of potential suspects. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed.” AgathaChristie.com

Contact: For tickets and box office hours, call 949.631.0288. www.ntaconline.com

Takes place at Newport Theatre Arts Center, 2501 Cliff Drive, Newport Beach.

Bank of the West Summer Concert Series, Continuing through October 12. Headliners include LeAnn Rimes, Brian Culbertson and Sergio Mendes among others. Tickets and performance times vary.

Contact: For tickets, visit www.hyattconcerts.tix.com

Takes place at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach, 1107 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach.

Brian Culbertson

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Watercolor Class: Hummingbirds with Erna, September 21 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Join local artist Erna Van Dyk as she teaches you how to see, and paint color and simple shapes. This class is designed for all levels of painter and non-painter. Each participant will take home a charming and unique painting. Cost: Friends: $35; Non-Members, $45.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

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Summer Movies in the Park, September 21. Bring the whole family along with a blanket or towel and folding chairs and come enjoy this summer Movie in the Park from 6:45 - 9 p.m. Cars 3 at Channel Place Park, 4400 Channel Place, Newport Beach. The screening begins at sunset. There will be free activities, free candy and most importantly free popcorn for you to enjoy. Food will be available for purchase.

Contact: For more information, call 949.270.8150.

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Goat Yoga, September 22 from at 9 a.m. Come discover the art of yoga with baby goats walking and playing at-will around you. Find Your Zen owner Christina Ratusznik, a certified yoga instructor and nutritionist, and Mullenax Ranch are partnering with Sherman Gardens to combine nature, animals and yoga. All participants must pre-register. Refunds given up to 48 hours before the class.  No walk-ins accepted. Class time is approximately one hour. Plan on arriving 15 minutes early. Wear comfortable clothing and close-toed shoes. Bring your own mat or towel. Cost: $35.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

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Kids Peaceful Painting Workshop, September 22 from 12 - 3 p.m. Join local artist Stacey Fetterman as she weaves together mindfulness and art from the heart through breathwork, visualization and play, on and off canvas. Each youngster will complete his/her own canvas. Cost: Friends: $40; Non-Members, $50. Class sizes are limited. For additional information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Paint What You Want Workshop with OCDC Art & Design, September 26 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. No experience is necessary. Medium: acrylic paint on 11»x14» canvas.

Suggestions: Pet, boat, bike, home or a favorite vacation spot. Let them know what you’d like to paint and they’ll work with you to create a beautiful, unforgettable painting.

Cost: $70. Book your reservation on their site by September 19. If you would like, email a photo of what you would like to paint by the booking date to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Arrive at 9:30 a.m. for a breakfast reception. Painting begins at 10 a.m. in the Pelican Courtyard. Maximum: 10.

Contact: www.seasidegalleryandgoods.com.

Takes place at Seaside Gallery & Goods, 124 Tustin Ave., Ste. 100, Newport Beach.

Talk – The Red Scare, UFOs & Elvis: Long Beach Enters the Atomic Age, September 27 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. The baby boomer generation (1946-1964) grew up in a time of dramatic social change. Their experiences in the Cold War were very different from those of their parents. These kids of the atomic age wondered if they might be the last children on earth. They were raised on civil defense films, tales of nuclear annihiliation, and a world taken over by communism. America had entered the atomic age. It was also a time of transition. Rock and Roll entered the scene, space flight became a reality, and the public learned not to blindly accept what the government told them. Author Claudine Burnett will discuss this fascinating era and its ties to Long Beach. This event is free but RSVP on the website, or call 949.673.1880.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Block Printing Workshop, September 29 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Led by instructor Elizabeth James, join this block printing workshop in the Pelican Courtyard. Spend the morning learning how to make block prints. Learn step-by-step, the ancient art of hand block-printing, including classic Indian design principles, printing bed & ink tray preparation, blocking & masking techniques and more. Plan your design from a selection of vintage woodblocks from James’s personal collection. After practicing your technique on paper you’ll move on to fabric, completing two large flour sack tea towels. All tools and supplies will be furnished, with an instruction pamphlet for you to keep. Please bring your own apron or wear old clothes. Block printing can be a little messy. Elizabeth James is the founder of Pacific & Rose Textiles. Her collections of hand-blocked home and lifestyle products have been printed in her Jaipur, India workshop since 2001. Additional vintage wood blocks and blanks will be available for purchase. Cost: $70. There is a 48-hour cancellation policy.

Contact: www.seasidegalleryandgoods.com.

Takes place at Seaside Gallery & Goods, 124 Tustin Ave., Ste. 100, Newport Beach.

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Halloween Booquet, October 2 from 7 - 9 p.m. At the cutest art studio in Westcliff, take a step-by-step paint lesson taught in the Timree Technique. Everyone paints the same painting, but you can choose whatever colors suit your style. You will be painting a 11” X 14” canvas. Must cancel with 72 hours of class for a full refund. All painters must be 6 years of age or older. Cost: $40.

Contact: www.timree.com

Takes place at Timree Studio, 1651 Westcliff Drive, Newport Beach.

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Tuesday Tween Yoga, October 2, 9, 16, 23 from 4 - 5:30 p.m. Geared to ages 8 - 14. Join Miss Stacey for Tuesday Tween Yoga in the Gardens. Yoga is a blend of mind and body practices that will support child in a myriad of ways. Benefits: detox from screen time by spending time in nature; develop body awareness, flexibility and strength; connect with and trust your unique inner wisdom; increase concentration, relaxation and calmness. Miss Stacey’s class is designed to help your child navigate the realities of life with increased self-awareness, compassion and a deeper connection to the world within and around them. Be mindful of the weather and dress appropriately for an outdoor class. Cost: $15 drop in, or 10 pack for $120.

Contact: For more information or questions, contact Stacey:

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Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.

Classic Movie Night: Swamp Thing, October 3 at 7 p.m. Wes Craven’s 1982 cult classic is a crowd favorite. Dr. Alec Holland, hidden away in the depths of a murky swamp, is trying to create a new species – a combination of animal and plant capable of adapting and thriving in the harshest conditions. Unfortunately, he becomes the subject of his own creation and is transformed into the “Swamp Thing.” This event is free but RSVP on the website, or call 949.673.1880.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Swamp Thing

Modern Calligraphy Workshop, October 4 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Led by instructor Kristen Khan - Inkchanted Paper & Designs, this modern calligraphy class is for those who have no prior experience, or for those who are looking to further refine their skills. You will go over the basic strokes for beautiful lettering, how to put them together to create your lowercase alphabet, how to use a pointed nib and troubleshooting. At the end of the class, you will enjoy the opportunity to create something new with what you’ve learned, so you can share it with friends and family while further enhancing your skills. What is included for new students: One tote bag; one pencil kit; one practice pad; one pen holder; one nib; one pot of black ink; lower case, upper case and numbers/symbols exemplars, and any needed materials. Light refreshments. What’s included for returning students: one nib; one practice pad; refill of black ink (please bring your jar); lower case, upper case and numbers/symbols exemplars, and any needed materials. Light refreshments. Cost: $80. Minimum three/maximum 15. Advanced reservations are required. Cancellation is 48 hours prior.

Contact: www.seasidegalleryandgoods.com

Takes place at Seaside Gallery & Goods, 124 Tustin Ave., Ste. 100, Newport Beach.

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Girls Night Out – Field Pumpkins, October 4 from 7 - 9 p.m. At the cutest art studio in Westcliff, take a step-by-step paint lesson taught in the Timree Technique. Everyone paints the same painting, but you can choose whatever colors suit your style. You will be painting a 11” X 14” canvas. Reserved for adults only. Must cancel with 72 hours of class for a full refund. Cost: $50.

Contact: www.timree.com

Takes place at Timree Studio, 1651 Westcliff Drive, Newport Beach.

Girls Night Out Field Pumpkins

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Luncheon of the Boating Party, October 5 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. In the spirit of Renoir, come and see the boats, catch the light and learn to paint. After a morning of looking and sketching at Seaside, we will go back to Renee Ortiz Studios to paint from your studies followed by a little luncheon of our own. Cost: $135. 

Contact: www.seasidegalleryandgoods.com.

Takes place at Seaside Gallery & Goods, 124 Tustin Ave., Ste. 100, Newport Beach.

Renoir Artwork

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Bird Sculpture Mosaic, October 5 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Join David Jarvinen of The Mosaic Guys and learn how mosaic on 3D surfaces can be fun and challenging. In this workshop, participants will nip and fit shimmering glass tiles to design a colorful bird sculpture that measures 6” x 8” x 6”. This mosaic will be a wonderful addition to the garden or home. All-inclusive instruction and materials. Please bring a lunch, snack and beverages. Pre-registration is required. Cost: Friends: $95; Non-Members, $105. 

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Costumes, October 6 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. At the cutest art studio in Westcliff, take a step-by-step paint lesson taught in the Timree Technique. Everyone paints the same painting, but you can choose whatever colors suit your style. You will be painting a 11” X 14” canvas. All painters must be 6 years of age or older. Must cancel with 72 hours of class for a full refund. Cost: $50.

Contact: www.timree.com

Takes place at Timree Studio, 1651 Westcliff Drive, Newport Beach.

Costumes

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Creatures of the Night, October 6 from at 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. This fun family evening is. Designed for interacting, observing and learning about the many plants and animals that are most active at night. Visitors will receive a “passport” to explore the Gardens after dark, and visit interactive animal stations that delve into the nocturnal world and its inhabitants. Get up close to Project Wildsong’s Ambassador Wolves. Weave your way through the Forbidden Jungle and get a close look at dissected carnivorous plants. Visit Bug Country where Adventures in Living Science will dispel myths of the creepy crawlies, take a look at scorpions under black light and, if you dare, stick your hand in the worm pit! Meet special mammal visitors (opossum and rabbit) and a spectacled owl from the Santa Ana Zoo, and don›t forget to take your picture at the Birds of Prey Selfie Wall. There will also be arts and crafts, a scavenger hunt, and a gourmet hot dog cart for food and drink purchases. Cost: Friends: $10; Non-Members, $15; Children, $5. Children 4 and under are free. This event might sell out, so buy your tickets early. All pre-purchased tickets will be at will call. This is a rain or shine event; no refunds.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.

Wolf for creatures of the night

Tim Allen Live! On Stage, October 6 at 8 p.m. The performance takes place in Segerstrom Hall with tickets starting at $84. Following more than 30 years spent in the stand-up comedy spotlight, winning a Golden Globe and an Emmy nomination for his hit TV sitcom Home Improvement, Allen has crafted his comedic style to take back the stage again. With a new stand-up act that has been selling out venues in Las Vegas, filling crowds night after night in The Venetian and The Mirage since 2011- he is now taking his act on tour! Don’t miss Allen’s hilarious take on day to day life that is sure to make it a memorable night. Join him as he humorously asks and pokes fun at life’s big questions. Geared for mature audiences.

Contact: www.scfta.org

Takes place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 

Tim Allen

Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble, October 10 at 8 p.m. The Philharmonic Society performance takes place in Samueli Theater with tickets starting at $38. Comprised of principal players of the renowned Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Academy Chamber Ensemble is praised for its “splendid playing; impeccable sound and balance” (Gramophone).

Contact: Call 949.553.2422. www.philharmonicsociety.org; www.scfta.org

Takes place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 

Academy of St Martin in the Fields

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Afternoon Tea in the Gardens, October 10 at 2:30, 2:45 and 3 p.m. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea in the Gardens’ beautiful surroundings. The menu includes a fresh pot of tea, petite fresh currant & chocolate scones, a selection of tea sandwiches and chef’s selection of desserts. Cost: $34 per person plus tax and gratuity. By reservation only.

Contact: Call 949.673.0033. www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.

Rita Wilson: Liner Notes, October 11 - 13 at 7:30 p.m. Go “behind the music” to discover the stories leading to songs that have become the soundtrack to so many lives. Actress-producer Rita Wilson, herself a gifted and elegant singer-songwriter, gathers friends Billy Steinberg, Lindy Robbins and Darrell Brown – who just happen to have written some of the most memorable songs of this century and last – for fascinating revelations about how their creations came to be. Hear the songs performed by the talents who not only gave them life, but inspired singers from Madonna to McDonald (Audra). Performances take place in Samueli Theater with tickets starting at $89.

Contact: www.scfta.org

Takes place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 

Rita Wilson

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Kings, October 13 - November 10. Performance times and ticket prices vary. This newly added show comes to South Coast Repertory’s Segerstrom Stage. Synopsis: Fresh from New York, this incisive comedy takes an unflinching look at how things get done in Washington. When Sydney Millsap wins a seat in Congress, she’s determined to drain the swamp. Then she meets Kate, a whip-smart lobbyist who gets her clients what they want – whatever they want. When Kate helps Sydney try to unseat a powerful senator steeped in cronyism, the result is a “sleek, fast-paced, absorbing and very funny” (Vogue) exploration of money’s corrosive effect on politics.

Contact: Call 714.708.5500. www.scr.org

Takes place at South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.

Kings at SCR

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19th Annual Orange County Arts Awards, October 16 from 5 - 10 p.m. is hosted by Arts Orange County. Tickets range from $40 - $12,000. This year’s Helena Modjeska Cultural Legacy Award for lifetime contributions to the Orange County arts community will recognize: Mark and Janet Hilbert, the art collectors and philanthropists who created the new Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University; Orange County’s oldest arts organization; the Laguna Art Museum, now celebrating its 100th anniversary; Newport Beach artist Carol Saindon, known for her abstract photomontages, sculptures and art installations; and South Coast Repertory Managing Director Paula Tomei, whose career with SCR has spanned nearly 40 years. An Achievement Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Built Environment will be given to the visionary public art project “Brea: Blackstone, 2017,” consisting of eight distinct large-scale sculptures created by Laguna Beach artist Marlo Bartels, situated throughout a new home development built by Shea Homes in Brea, a community which already houses Orange County’s oldest and largest public art collection. The Emerging Artist Awards will be given to writer, publisher, multi-disciplinary artist and community activist Sarah Rafael Garcia, who founded Barrio Writers, which empowers teens in underserved communities through writing, and is currently an Artist-in-Residence at California State University, Fullerton’s Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana; and to artist Brian Peterson, a car designer for Kia Motors in Irvine, who founded Faces of Santa Ana, an organization that befriends and paints portraits of homeless members of our community, and helps rehabilitate his homeless subjects with the proceeds from the sale of these works. Emcees for this year’s event are Debora Wondercheck, founder and CEO of the Arts & Learning Conservatory in Costa Mesa, and Richard Stein, president & CEO of Arts Orange County.

Contact: www.artsoc.org/awards

Takes place in the Samueli Theater at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.

Garden Fusions – Dia de los Muertos, October 17 at 6 p.m. Garden Fusions is a unique interactive gourmet dining experience. Every dinner in the series has a horticulture theme featuring a special horticultural host. The host will share knowledge and advice on the evening’s topic. Chef Pascal Olhats, executive chef of Café Jardin, is challenged to create a multi-course gourmet dinner to complement the theme. This fusion between culinary and horticulture art create unique one-of-a-kind experiences. Honor departed friends and family by celebrating Dia de los Muertos with food, flowers and fire. Explore the connections between traditional flowers and food used in creating ofrendas to guide the spirits home during this beautifully reverent and lively traditional Mexican holiday. Guests are encouraged to participate in building the ofrenda. Bring a copy of a photo or a trinket to honor your loved ones or come wearing festive clothing and face paint. Cost: $75 per person. Additional beverages, gratuity and tax are not included. Reservations are required. To keep the experience intimate, seating is limited to 50 guests. For reservations, call Cafe Jardin at 949.673.0033.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Dia de los Muertos

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Watercolor Class: Autumn Floral Wreath with Carol, October 20 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Join local artist Carol Kreider as she teaches you how to see, and paint color and simple shapes. Designed for all levels of painter and non-painter. Krieder’s teaching style is fun and relaxed with a motto of “if you can color, you can paint.” Each participant will take home their own charming painting, so grab your friends and come paint in the Gardens. Pre-registration is required. Cost: Friends: $35; Non-Members, $45. 

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

OCDC Art and Design Rustic Pumpkin Paint Workshop, October 25 from 3 - 5 p.m. You will be painting, “Pumpkin & Corn Harvest,” and no experience is necessary. The medium is acrylic paint on wood. Create a beautiful fall, rustic pumpkin decoration for your home. You will be able to hang it on a wall, create a door decoration out of it, or give it as a gift to someone special. Book on their website by October 23. Class takes place in Pelican Courtyard. Cost: $60. There is a 48-hour cancellation policy.

Contact: www.seasidegalleryandgoods.com.

Takes place at Seaside Gallery & Goods, 124 Tustin Ave., Ste. 100, Newport Beach.

Pumpkin and Corn Harvest

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The Wizard’s Spellbook, October 27 at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Tickets start at $15. Hocus pocus, alakazam! This spellbinding Halloween celebration in the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concerty Hall includes music from Fantasia and Harry Potter, as well as The Conductor’s Spellbook, an exciting and interactive new work by composer Paul Dooley that teaches about the instruments of the orchestra. Come dressed in costume and don’t forget your wand and broomstick. Join in the fun at the interactive Musical Carnival in the concert hall lobby at 9 a.m. (for 10 a.m. concertgoers) and 12:15 p.m. (for 11:30 concertgoers), where kids can test drive a musical instrument, meet the performers, and enjoy musical arts and crafts activities themed to the morning’s concert.

Contact: www.scfta.org

Takes place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 

Velvet pumpkins

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Velvet Pumpkin, October 30 at 9 a.m. Learn the secrets to making plush posh velvet pumpkins. Rich in texture, these jewel tone pumpkins are the perfect accent for your holiday or fall decor. Each participant will make one pumpkin to take home. Pre-registration is required. Cost: Friends: $25; Non-Members, $35. 

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Afternoon Tea in the Gardens, October 31 at 2:30 p.m. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea in the Gardens’ beautiful surroundings. The menu includes a fresh pot of tea, petite fresh currant & chocolate scones, a selection of tea sandwiches and chef’s selection of desserts. Cost: $34 per person plus tax and gratuity. By reservation only.

Contact: Call 949.673.0033. www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.

Modern Calligraphy Workshop, November 1 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Led by instructor Kristen Khan - Inkchanted Paper & Designs, this modern calligraphy class is for those who have no prior experience, or for those who are looking to further refine their skills. You will go over the basic strokes for beautiful lettering, how to put them together to create your lowercase alphabet, how to use a pointed nib and troubleshooting. At the end of the class, you will enjoy the opportunity to create something new with what you’ve learned, so you can share it with friends and family while further enhancing your skills. What is included for new students: One tote bag; one pencil kit; one practice pad; one pen holder; one nib; one pot of black ink; lower case, upper case and numbers/symbols exemplars, and any needed materials. Light refreshments. What’s included for returning students: one nib; one practice pad; refill of black ink (please bring your jar); lower case, upper case and numbers/symbols exemplars, and any needed materials. Light refreshments. Cost: $80. Minimum three/maximum 15. Advanced reservations are required. Cancellation is 48 hours prior.

Contact: www.seasidegalleryandgoods.com

Takes place at Seaside Gallery & Goods, 124 Tustin Ave., Ste. 100, Newport Beach.

Garden Panel Mixed Media Mosaic, November 2 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Learn to work with both porcelain and glass tiles to create a garden panel that explores layers and space while learning mosaic techniques. Project measures 8” x 10”.  Come inspired with images of ‘close-up’ garden vignettes – think container gardens for instance...you have a focal point, supporting actors and background. The process is simple and fun. All-inclusive instruction and materials. Please bring a lunch, snack and beverages. Cost: Friends, $115; Non-members, $125. Pre-registration is required. Sign up at the website.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Diana Krall

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Diana Krall: Turn Up the Quiet World Tour 2018, November 4 at 7 p.m. Diana Krall is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. To date, her albums have garnered five Grammy® Awards, eight Juno® Awards, and have also earned nine gold, three platinum and seven multi-platinum albums. Krall’s unique artistry transcends any single musical style and has made her one of the most recognizable artists of our time. A physical CD or digital download of Krall’s forthcoming album is included with every pair of tickets for this show. You will receive an email with instructions on how to redeem this offer approximately seven days after your ticket purchase. The performance takes place at Segerstrom Hall with tickets starting at $72.50.

Contact: www.scfta.org

Takes place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 

Mums

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Watercolor Class: Fall Flowers with Erna, November 16 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Join local artist Erna Van Dyk as she teaches you how to paint fall colors with watercolors. In this class you will explore, create and embrace the art that springs from your heart. Cost: Friends: $35; Non-Members, $45. Maximum 12 people.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. 

Thankful Turkey – Floral Class, November 21 at 9 a.m. Join instructor Janelle Wiley as she assists you in creating this always popular floral turkey...festive from tail to beak. A colorful addition to any holiday table. Cost: Friends: $45; Non-Members, $55. Pre-registration is required.

Contact: www.slgardens.org

Takes place at Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar.

SAVE THE DATE: 19th Annual Newport Beach Jazz Party, February 14 - 17, 2019. Featuring five big bands and more than 130 artists, headliners include Jack Jones, Shelly Berg and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra among others. 

Contact: Call 949.205.1252 for tickets and more information.

Takes place at Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, 900 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach.

Jack Jones

Police Beat Primer

Compiled by Tom Johnson 

Police Beat derives from information in the log maintained at the front counter by the Newport Beach Police Department and required under CA Government Code Section 6254 (f). The press does not have access to written police reports.

Information in the police department log is deemed reliable and StuNewsNewport is not responsible for mistakes made available as public record by the Newport Beach Police Department.

Any person arrested is innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Abbreviations sometimes used in Police Beat:

647f – Public Intoxication; DUI – Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; NFA – No fixed address; RP – Reporting/Responsible Party; UTL – Unable to locate

Police Beat 092118


DUI Arrests

Matthew Tyler Kozak, 27, Tustin – Monday, September 17 (with prior)

Incident Reports

Tuesday, September 18

San Miguel Drive & San Joaquin Hills Road I Paraphernalia, Narcotics, Controlled Substance and Sharps Waste

7:29 p.m. Richard Franklin Hartsook, 31, Marcus Hook, was arrested for possessing unlawful paraphernalia, possessing a narcotic controlled substance, possessing a controlled substance and illegal transport of sharps waste. Bail was set at $2,500.

Fern St. I 200 Block I Vandalism

4:44 p.m. Todd Bradley Moore, 48, Newport Beach, was arrested for vandalism by destroying another’s property. Bail was set at $500.

Ridge Park Road & East Coastal Peak I Controlled Substance and Paraphernalia

3:30 p.m. Antonio Madero Pedroza, 39, Newport Beach, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance and possessing unlawful paraphernalia. Bail was set at $2,500.

Superior Ave. & W. Coast Highway I Controlled Substance, Narcotics and Paraphernalia

3:59 a.m. Bryan Charles Kaplan, 29, Costa Mesa, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance, possessing a narcotic controlled substance and possessing unlawful paraphernalia. Bail was set at $2,500.

Iris Ave. & E. Coast Highway I Narcotics, Paraphernalia, Sharps Waste, Burglary Tools, Missing Tail Lamps, Missing License Plates and Controlled Substance

3:05 a.m. Julie Olivia Robinowitz, 41, Seal Beach, was arrested for possessing a narcotic controlled substance, possessing unlawful paraphernalia, illegal transport of sharps waste, possessing burglary tools, missing tail lamps, missing license plates and possessing a controlled substance. Bail was set at $2,500.

15th St. & Beach I Warrant

12:52 a.m. Michael Gregory Pasbjerg, 63, Santa Ana, was arrested for a warrant related to being under the influence. Bail was set at $2,500.

Monrovia Ave. & Production Place I Controlled Substance, Paraphernalia and Narcotics

12:11 a.m. Kyle Jeffrey Sutheimer, 29, Huntington Beach, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance, possessing unlawful paraphernalia and possessing a narcotic controlled substance. Bail was set at $2,500.

Monday, September 17

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Trevor Own Talley, 51, Glendale

N. Pelican Hill Road I Indecent Exposure and Obstructing/Resisting 

4:27 p.m. Miguel Viramontes, 38, Weslaco, was arrested on charges on indecent exposure and obstructing/resisting a peace officer. Bail was set at $500.

Irvine Ave. I 1000 Block I Receiving Stolen Property, Forgery, Passing a Completed Check, Commercial Burglary and Identity Theft

4:03 p.m. Kyle Vernon McCaffrey, 22, Newport Beach, was arrested for receiving stolen property valued at less than $950, forgery, attempting to pass a completed check, commercial burglary with no forced entry and identity theft. Bail was set at $20,000.

E. Coast Highway & Avocado Ave. I Under the Influence and Paraphernalia

1:46 p.m. Braden James Salat, 23, San Juan Capistrano, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance and possessing unlawful paraphernalia. Bail was set at $2,500.

14th St. & W. Ocean Front I Warrant

10:43 a.m. Bijan Paul Savoji, 28, Newport Beach, was arrested on a warrant related to DUI. Bail was set at $2,124.

Civic Center Drive I 100 Block I Being Under the Influence and Parole Violation

1008 a.m. Samuel Mora, 32, Westminster, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance and on a parole violation. Bail was set at $1,000.

Placentia Ave. & Superior Ave. I Controlled Substance and Warrant

2:00 a.m. Dustin James Nordvall, 39, Costa Mesa, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance and on a warrant related to possessing unlawful paraphernalia. Bail was set at $12,500.

Sonora St. & W. Ocean Front I Paraphernalia, Controlled Substance and Warrant

1:33 a.m. Richard Alexander Zermeno, 33, Newport Beach, was arrested for possessing unlawful paraphernalia, possessing a controlled substance and on a warrant related to driving while suspended or revoked. Bail was set at $3,500.

Vista del Oro I 2400 Block I Drinking in Public and Warrant

12:00 a.m. Kai Ajani Wilson, 23, Newport Beach, was arrested for drinking in public and on a warrant from an outside agency. Bail was set $550.

Sunday, September 16

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Laura Leann Seibert, 46, Orange

19th St. & W. Bay Ave. I Warrant

10:34 p.m. Douglas John Robbio, 50, Costa Mesa, was arrested on a warrant related to trespassing. Bail was set at $10,000.

Bayview Way & Shearwater Place I Warrant

10:36 p.m. William Thomas Vertrees, 57, San Clemente, was arrested on a warrant related to battery. Bail was set at $2,500.

10:25 p.m. Vicki Denise Raborn, 61, San Clemente, was arrested on a warrant related to DUI. Bail was set at $2,500.

16th St. I 1800 Block I Warrant

7:47 p.m. Daniel Joseph Simmons, 25, Newport Beach, was arrested on a warrant related to DUI. Bail was set at $15,000.

32nd St. & Balboa Blvd. Driving while Suspended/Revoked, Controlled Substance, Controlled Substance without Prescription and Warrant

3:59 p.m. Desiree Mae Bisch, 33, Newport Beach, was arrested for driving while her license was suspended or revoked, possessing a controlled substance, possessing a controlled substance without a prescription and a warrant related to possession of a controlled substance. Bail was set at $11,500.

Lido Park Drive I 600 Block I Warrant

11:11 a.m. Anthony Vincent Lorenzo, 36, Huntington Beach, was arrested on a warrant related to trespassing. Bail was set at $1,500.

19th St. & W. Bay Ave. I False Identification, Paraphernalia and Warrant

8:56 a.m. Billie Jo Foltz, 44, Whittier, was arrested for presenting false identification to a peace officer, possessing unlawful paraphernalia and a warrant related to DUI. Bail was set at $5,500.

8:35 a.m. Joel Daniel Hill, 31, Huntington Beach, was arrested for presenting false identification to a peace officer. Bail was set at $500.

Newport Blvd. I 2700 Block I Sharps Waste

6:19 a.m. Kainoa Danbara, 48, Newport Beach, was arrested for illegal transport of sharps waste. Bail was set at $500.