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Sip wine and learn how to paint from Festival of Arts exhibitors at Saturday night workshops

Enjoy a glass of wine while you learn the how to paint at a Festival of Arts workshop at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5 Artist and festival exhibitor, Mike Tauber, will teach participants how to paint a cypress tree. All materials and wine will be provided and students will have a finished work of art […]

Clayton Kershaw’s latest back injury not as bad as last year’s, but timetable for return to Dodgers still unclear

LOS ANGELES – There were clouds hanging over Dodger Stadium on Monday. It might take four to six weeks for them to clear. “If you look at our club and what’s in place – we’re going to keep winning baseball games,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said after learning that he would be without his ace […]

Rancho Santa Margarita All-Star team advances to SoCal final

LONG BEACH The Santa Margarita National Little League All-Stars came out on the right side of what manager C.J. Ankrum called an “old fashioned dog fight” Sunday, July 23. Anybody watching Santa Margarita National’s 9-8 extra-inning victory over Eastlake in a winners’ bracket semifinal at the Southern California Divisional tournament would likely agree with Ankrum’s […]

Twins at Dodgers: Tuesday game time, TV channel and starting pitchers

TWINS at DODGERS When: 7:10 p.m. Where: Dodger Stadium TV: SportsNet LA THE PITCHERS DODGERS RHP KENTA MAEDA (8-4, 4.23) Vs. Twins: First game At Dodger Stadium: 12-6, 3.18 TWINS RHP JOSE BERRIOS (9-3, 3.50 ERA) Vs. Dodgers: First g...

On deck: Angels at Indians, Tuesday game time, TV channels, starting pitchers

ANGELS at INDIANS When: 4 p.m. Where: Progressive Field TV: Fox Sports West THE PITCHERS ANGELS RHP JESSE CHAVEZ (5-10, 4.88) Vs. Indians: 1-1, 5.95 At Progressive Field: 1-1, 3.68 Hates to face: None Loves to face: None INDIANS RHP MIKE CLEVINGER (5-3, 2.73) Vs Angels: 1-0, 1.59 At Progressive Field: 3-3, 3.51 Hates to […]

Could job protection for medical marijuana patients happen in California?

The highest court in Massachusetts recently issued a first-of-its-kind ruling, protecting medical marijuana patients from being dismissed from their jobs for testing positive for cannabis.

Dog fashion show fetches talent from top canines in Laguna Hills

LAGUNA HILLS Canines and their owners came together Sunday, July 23 to help raise money for the Orange County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The Dashing Doggie Fashion show at the Laguna Hills Community Center had 16 canine contestants competing in five categories: best hair/fur, best trick, dog and owner look-alike, funniest […]

Crime log for Huntington Beach, July 16-22

July 16 Brandishing a weapon: Around midnight. Nichols Lane and Warner Ave. Vehicle theft: Around midnight. 7700 block of Warner Ave. Assault: Around 1 a.m. 8900 block of Warner Ave. Domestic violence: Around 2 a.m. 7700 block of Bayport...Show More Summary

Aliso Viejo news briefs, July 24

Community theater Tickets are on sale for the Laguna Niguel Community Theatre’s production of “Into the Woods” beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 28 at Crown Valley Amphitheater, 29751 Crown Valley Parkway. Aliso Niguel High School teacher Jeremy Golden co-founded the theater. Show More Summary

Aliso Niguel student to serve as student adviser on Capo Unified school board

Aliso Niguel High School student Max Eunice has been selected to serve as student adviser on the 2017-18 Capistrano Unified School District board of trustees. Eunice, 17, said he has always been “fascinated” with the school district and felt it was the next appropriate move after serving as ASB president during the 2016-17 school year. […]

Artist of the Week: Ashlyn Elggren

Ashlyn Elggren was named this year’s winner in the art category of Chapman University’s Holocaust Art and Writing Contest, in which students are asked to create work in response to survivors’ oral testimonies as a way to learn about themes central to the Holocaust and ethical decision-making in today’s world. Other categories in the contest, which […]

Southern California venture capital: Deals up, dollars down in 1st half

Young Southern California companies found venture capitalists willing to make more bets, but for less money, in 2017’s first half. Dow Jones VentureSource reports that 193 venture capital deals were made in the region from January through June. Dealmaking is on the rise — up 12 deals from a year ago and up 16 deals […]

Pacific Symphony returns to Irvine for outdoor park concert

IRVINE — Orange County’s Pacific Symphony returned to Mike Ward Community Park for its annual Symphony in the Cities concert on Sunday, July 23. Before a free outdoor concert, the event offered a musical playground with children activities such as making an instrument, playing a drum, meeting a musician and a conducting clinic with Music Director […]

What to watch, how to survive the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach

Navigating the U.S. Open of Surfing can be a task, overwhelming for newcomers and and changing enough from year to year that even veteran fans can use a cheat sheet.

The latest O.C. craze: Parasailing over great white sharks

Christopher Turgeon knows when one of his parasailing passengers has seen a great white shark lingering below as the thrill-seekers hover above the sea. “You can tell when they see the sharks, they don’t want to get their feet wet. Sometimes we drag their feet in the water,” said Turgeon, owner of Dana Point Parasailing. […]

Spectrum says email restored for legacy TWC accounts

Last week, a server outage interrupted services for some Spectrum clients using email accounts established years ago by Time Warner. Charter services were not interrupted, according to the company.

Laguna Niguel news briefs, July 24

Computer class A beginning computer class will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday, July 27 at the Laguna Niguel Library, 30341 Crown Valley Parkway. Registration to the free class is limited. Information: 949-249-5252. Health discussion The Orange County Association of Health Underwriters is hosting a panel discussion on single-payer health and SB 562 at 1 […]

Portola preparing to compete in varsity football in 2018; program playing freshman and JV schedules this season

Planning is under way for Portola’s football team to join the Pacific Coast League in September of 2018. The football team, with freshmen and sophomores, will compete at the freshmen and junior varsity levels this season, according to head football coach Peter Abe, a former Irvine High football standout and Vaquero assistant coach. Abe will […]

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