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The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents Baseball Swing with the all star baseball jazz band The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents Baseball Swing with the All Star Baseball Jazz Band, co-commissioned and co-produced with the Baseball Music Project and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. With a cast featuring Terron Brooks, Angela Pupello, Terri White, Fred Willard and Adrian Zmed, Baseball Swing, a part of the Jack Elliott Family Concert Series, will have four performances only April 4-6, 2014, in the Bram Goldsmith Theater. No other sport has been celebrated in music like baseball, our national pastime. Baseball Swing celebrates the unique love affair between baseball and music, with a major league concert featuring the greatest music about the greatest sport. With historic images and video from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, all synchronized to music, Baseball Swing is a hugely entertaining event that the whole family will remember. “Baseball Swing is weekend of concerts for the whole family to have fun and celebrate the great American pastime,” said Lou Moore, Executive Director of The Wallis. “I was amazed

to find that there are hundreds of songs written over the past decades about baseball and a few of the sport’s greatest players and we are happy to share a few of them with our audiences here at The Wallis.” Directed by Coy Middlebrook (Associate Director - Broadway’s Bonnie and Clyde, Brooklyn, Big River and Bells Are Ringing), Baseball Swing will feature a quartet of singers, an announcer (Fred Willard) and a nine-piece jazz band performing home-run baseball hits such as “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” “Say Hey,” “Baseball Boogie,” “Knock It Out of the Park” and many more. Tickets are available at www. thewallis.org or by calling 310-7464000 or in person at the Wallis Annenberg Center Box Office located at 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. The Baseball Music Project (Robert Thompson and Michael Mushalla, producers) was founded by a group of professional musicians with a nearly uncontainable love and passion for both baseball and music, The Baseball Music Project is dedicated to fostering greater awareness of the cultural lineage and historical significance of

music written about baseball, through concerts, recordings, and related outreach events and projects. Founded in 1939 by Stephen Carlton Clark, in Cooperstown, New York, the Baseball Hall of Fame serves as the central point for the

study of the history and impact of baseball in the United States and worldwide. The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, houses over 38,000 artifacts, 2.6 million library items (such as newspaper clippings and photos) and 130,000 baseball cards.

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SAGE HILL SCHOOL TO RECEIVE BLESSING FROM THE ACJACHEMEN NATION OF THE JUANENO BAND OF MISSION INDIANS

Jacque Tahuka-Nunez, a storyteller and teacher from the Acjachemen Nation of the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians will perform a Native American blessing of the land at Sage Hill School, in conjunction with the construction of the Lisa Argyros and Family Science Center. The land where Sage Hill School is located once belonged to Acjachemen Nation before the Spanish influx. The School’s founders asked the Acjachemen Nation to bless the land prior to campus construction in 1999. Ms. Nunez returned in 2010 to bless the land

following the construction of the Studio at Sage Hill School and she is returning a third time to conduct a very special ceremony to celebrate the Lisa Argyros and Family Science Center. Monday, March 31 from 9:20 to 10:00 AM Wilkins Town Square, Sage Hill School, 20402 Newport Coast Drive, Newport Coast, CA As Sage Hill School moves into the future with the expansion of our campus through the addition of the Lisa Argyros and Family Science Center, we honor our roots in the past with a

sacred and special ceremony. Doubling the School’s current teaching space, the 13,000 square foot Lisa Argyros and Family Science Center will promote discovery with dedicated space for each scientific discipline, including four wet labs, two dry labs, a special projects lab and four classrooms, allowing students to move seamlessly between lecture, experimentation and discussion. Glass walls that open will blur the line between indoor and outdoor learning spaces, and connect students and faculty to the land and its history.

Metrolink’s Angels Express returns for season opener

Baseball fans can save time and money with $7 round-trip tickets LOS ANGELES - The popular Angels Express train service taking fans to and from Angels’ games will return this season, beginning with the home opener, Monday, March 31. Service to Anaheim will be available from Los Angeles Union Station and Metrolink Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Station for weeknight home games starting at 7:05 p.m. Service from Riverside is also available on Metrolink’s Inland Empire-Orange County Line for Friday home games via a transfer at the Orange Metrolink Station. The first Friday night home game is April 11. Heading to the game, a southbound train from Los Angeles and a northbound train from the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo station will depart at 5:50 p.m. and make all regular stops on Metrolink’s Orange County line. Both trains are scheduled to arrive approximately 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the game and will depart 30 minutes after the last out from the Anaheim Metrolink station, located in the parking lot of Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Page 4

Round-trip tickets for the special train service cost $7 for the general public, $6 for seniors and $4 for youth ages 6 to 18. All valid Metrolink fare media also will be accepted. Children ages 5 and under ride free with paying adult, with a limit of three per fare. Last year, nearly 35,000 fans used the service to get to the game, which is made possible by a $208,520 grant from the Mobile

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Source Air Pollution Reduction Committee. To kick off the baseball season, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is hosting a pregame event at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 11 at the Irvine Metrolink station. Those who attend will enjoy free entertainment, food, and a prize wheel giveaway offer for fans. In order to spin the prize wheel, an attendee must bring a non-perishable food donation for

the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. Fans will board Train 643 from the Irvine Station to Anaheim for the Angels game against the New York Mets. For more information regarding the April 11 OCTA event contact Eric Carpenter at (714) 560-5697 or ecarpenter@octa.net. For additional details on the service and train schedules, please visit www.metrolinktrains. com.


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Visual Introductions for San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s Baby Gorilla and Mother

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Animal care staff at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park did a visual introduction between the baby gorilla and other members of the gorilla troop, including mother Imani, early this morning at the Safari Park. The visual introduction is the first of many steps that occur before animal care staff can physically re-introduce the baby gorilla to the troop of gorillas at the Safari Park. This was the first time that the baby gorilla has left the veterinary hospital and has had visual contact with other gorillas. Keepers are staying close to the baby gorilla and still providing constant care in a bedroom area, where members of the gorilla troop can see the baby gorilla through a protective barrier and start to become familiar with her. This morning, keepers let the entire troop of gorillas out onto their usual gorilla habitat but the gorillas are able to come and view the baby through the protective barrier if they choose to. “Veterinary staff felt confident in the baby’s health to release her from the hospital. This morning we brought her back to the house where she’s started visual introductions to the troop,” senior keeper Matt Gelvin said. “Everyone is very excited to see the baby, very curious,” Gelvin said of the gorillas seeing the baby for the

first time. Bringing species back from the brink of extinction is the goal of San Diego Zoo Global. As a leader in conservation, the work of San Diego Zoo Global includes onsite wildlife conservation efforts (representing both plants and animals) at the San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park,

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The true harbinger of spring is not crocuses or swallows returning to Capistrano, but the sound of the bat on the ball. ~Bill Veeck The Newport News

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2014 NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

The Newport Beach Film Festival is seeking enthusiastic film lovers to volunteer for Orange County’s annual celebration of cinema. The 15th annual Newport Beach Film Festival runs April 24th - May 1st, 2014. Volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in several aspects of the Festival. A sampling of volunteer positions includes guest relations, merchandise sales, theater ushering and office reception. Prior to the Festival, volunteers

must attend at least one orientation meeting. Meetings will provide an overview of Festival activities, as well as updated information on positions and volunteer responsibilities. Volunteers will have the opportunity to sign up for specific shifts at the meeting. Volunteers under 18 years old must submit a signed parental consent form. Volunteers under the age of 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. All volunteers are required to

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attend ONE of the following Newport Beach Film Festival orientation sessions: All meetings take place at the old City Hall, located on the corner of 32nd street and Newport Blvd. Returning Volunteers Only Saturday, March 29th 3PM-5PM New & Returning Volunteers Tuesday April 1st (no joke): 6-8pm Wednesday April 2nd: 6-8pm Saturday April 5th: 2-4pm

Tuesday April 8th: 6-8pm Wednesday April 9th: 6-8pm Saturday April 12th: 10am-12pm Volunteers must RSVP with their selected orientation date to volunteers@newportbeachfilmfest. com New and returning volunteers must also register online for Shiftboard at the following link www.shiftboard. com/newportbeachfilmfest by clicking on “New Registration”. For information visit www. NewportBeachFilmFest.com


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GEORGE LOPEZ RETURNS TO ANAHEIM FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! SATURDAY, JUNE 21 HONDA CENTER After selling out arenas around the world, global comedy super star, GEORGE LOPEZ returns to Anaheim for one night at Honda Center on Saturday, June 21. Tickets for the show go on sale to the general public Friday, March 28 at 10am at all Ticketmaster outlets and Ticketmaster.com. Tickets on sale Saturday, March 29 in-person at the Honda Center Box Office. George Lopez is a multitalented entertainer whose career encompasses television, film, standup comedy and late-night television. Lopez’s latest project, the comedy, Saint George, premiered on FX on Thursday, March 6, 2014 and can be seen Thursday nights at 9pm ET/PT. Saint George is a half-hour, multi-camera ensemble comedy that follows the chaotic life of “George Lopez,” a recently divorced working class Mexican-American turned successful entrepreneur caught between two cultures. Saint George is Lopez’s first return to the sitcom since his groundbreaking

hit George Lopez, which ran for six seasons on ABC. George Lopez remains a hit with viewers in syndication on both broadcast stations and cable’s Nick at Nite, ranking as one of the top-rated shows on the network and among the top five comedies and top 20 weekly programs in syndication. Lopez has risen to become one of the premier comedic talents in the entertainment industry. He has been praised by audiences and critics alike for his work in television, film and standup, as well as his extensive charity work with various foundations. Lopez has made more than 200 television comedy, talk show, and hosting appearances, including cohosting the Emmy Awards and twice hosting the Latin Grammys. Lopez’s film credits include the box-office hit Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Swing Vote, Henry Poole Is Here, Balls of Fury, The Spy Next Door, Mr. Troop Mom and Valentine’s Day directed by Gary Marshall.

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Two Classic Tales Come to Life in Electrifying Performances at Segerstrom Center for the Arts Lightwire Theater presents The Ugly Duckling and The Tortoise and the Hare as told through its signature electroluminescent puppetry Following their recent breakout success on America’s Got Talent, receiving great accolades from the judges and audiences, Lightwire Theater brings its unique method of storytelling to light at Segerstrom Center for the Arts May 17 & 18 in Samueli Theater. The timeless tales of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling and Aesop’s fable The Tortoise and the Hare meet modern day cutting-edge technology as a dark stage illuminates, bringing these beloved characters to life with the use of electroluminescent wire. Audiences will marvel at the stunning imagery, compelling choreography and stirring music. The Los Angeles Times calls it, “A wonderful hour of fantasy that combines ancient, wordless storytelling with modern technology and music.”

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Angels hoping it’s time to reach their potential

Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton didn’t exactly fit in right away with the Los Angeles Angels after they accepted owner Arte Moreno’s lavish free-agent contracts. Now that both sluggers feel much more comfortable and confident in Orange County, they know it’s time the Angels started getting more wins for their money. The Angels’ four-year absence from the playoffs is embarrassing for an organization with a sky-high payroll and equally lofty expectations, but they seem capable of ending the drought if the club’s various pieces finally add up properly. “We have a terrific club, and we have the makings of a championship team,” said Mike Scioscia, the longest-tenured manager in baseball entering his 15th season in Anaheim. Pujols and Hamilton are full of spring optimism after those disappointing 2013 efforts, while superstar Mike Trout is back for the third full major league campaign in his already remarkable career. Throw new third baseman David Freese into a mix of dependable veterans and young talent, and the Angels appear to have a lineup capable of anything. The question is whether Los Angeles’ pitching has improved enough to keep those hitters in contention. Last season’s starters were 22nd in the majors with a 4.30 ERA, but general manager Jerry Dipoto acquired young left-handed starters Hector Santiago and Tyler Skaggs for a fresh start. Five reasons for anticipation in an unpredictable season at the Big A: START AT THE TOP: Jered Weaver and C.J. Wilson are back as the one-two punch at the top of the Angels’ rotation, but they’re coming off remarkably different experiences. Weaver struggled with injuries and velocity declines while winning just 11 games last year, while Wilson had an outstanding 17-victory campaign with 188 strikeouts. The Angels have almost no Page 8

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organizational depth with starting pitching, and these two veterans realize the responsibility on their shoulders this season. FILLING THE GAPS: Dipoto had little budget to make big changes to the Angels in the offseason, yet he addressed their biggest needs with a minimum of financial outlay. Santiago and Skaggs are young prospects with promise, and the Angels are really hoping they’re both ready to hold a job in the rotation. After four seasons without a standout third baseman, the Angels acquired Freese from St. Louis, hoping he can recapture his World Series MVP form. And a spotty bullpen should improve with the addition of submarining Joe Smith and righthander Fernando Salas, acquired in the deal for Freese. The Angels gave up strikeoutprone slugger Mark Trumbo and oft-injured outfielder Peter Bourjos in the trades necessary to make it all happen, but Dipoto thinks Scioscia should have all the pieces he needs now. TROUT’S DEAL: The Angels appear determined to lock up their prize possession for the long term, but it’s not easy. They’ve already opened talks with Trout’s representatives during the spring on a lavish long-term deal. They even gave a $1 million deal to the 22-yearold outfielder for this season, much more than they’re strictly required to pay. If the negotiations are a distraction to Trout, he certainly isn’t showing it while batting around .400 in spring training. SMARTER ALBERT: Pujols turned 34 in January, and injuries limited him to 99 games last season. Scioscia thinks his star first baseman “looks rejuvenated” after a long offseason of rest and recovery. With eight seasons left on his $240 million contract, Pujols is taking a long view.


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Orange County Non-Profits Make Teens Prom Dreams a Reality Four Orange County-based non-profits teamed up to host the seventh annual ‘Belle of the Ball’ event at Orange Coast College; Girls Inc. of Orange County, Orangewood Children’s Foundation, Orange Coast College and WHW (Women Helping Women/ Men2Work) collaborated to provide a day of empowerment which allowed 325 at-risk teens and foster youth to receive the necessities and frills in order to attend their prom in style and gleaming with confidence. The day started with breakfast and an inspiring kick-off message by Irvina Kanarek, Executive Director and Founder of Rewrite Beautiful, a nonprofit organization that works to help girls focus on their gifts and talents rather than on how their bodies look. With the help of over 300 community volunteers, the Belles were then treated to shopping for prom dresses, shoes, handbags and jewelry; a workshop on skin care and make-up with volunteer make-up artists; a workshop on fostering a positive body image and an interactive workshop on professional styling in preparation for the young ladies’ first job search. The day, which ended with a Pizza Party, was provided absolutely free of charge to all attending girls. “This event is aimed to empower impressionable young ladies to improve their self-esteem, broaden their scope of possibilities and to provide them with a prom dress and accessories that their families may not otherwise be able to afford due to limited financial resources,” said Robyn Williams, Director of Programs at WHW. “The best part is that teenage girls are exposed to the possibilities of what their future may hold on a college campus.” Over the course of eight months, a twenty-five person event committee consisting of representatives from each of the four agencies pooled their resources and secured over $500,000 worth of in-kind and financial sponsorships for the event. Top sponsors included Enzoani, DSW Shoes, Shelter Partnership, Forever 21, Cookie Lee, Kendra Scott, Physician’s Formula, UPS and National Charity League (Newport-Harbor). All in all, the teens were provided with a selection of 2,337 dresses, 1,630 pairs of shoes, 982 pieces of jewelry, 439 purses and 400 make-up goodie bags. One Belle exclaimed, “I loved attending Belle! The opening speaker (Irvina) helped set the tone for the day…she spoke about re-writing your own rules about beauty and the workshops I participated in helped reinforce this message. My dress is also beautiful!!! Thank you so much for this great opportunity!” Belle of the Ball was established in 2008 as a day of self-esteem for atrisk girls throughout Orange County. The goal was to allow young girls the opportunity to attend their high school prom despite their financial or social situations. Through the years, the event has served more than 1,600 girls and continues to grow. Girls Inc® of Orange County positively changes the lives of 4,500 girls, ages 4 1/2 to 18, each year, by providing year-round holistic, compensatory, and intentional programming focusing on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). The mission of Girls Inc. is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. For more information visit www.girlsinc-oc.org. Orangewood Children’s Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1981; their mission is to provide life-changing programs and oneon-one support for abused and neglected children and at-risk families to end the cycle of child abuse. www.orangewoodfoundation.org. Orange Coast College, founded in 1947, is one of the nation’s top transfer schools. For combined transfers to the UC/CSU system, OCC ranks #1 in Orange County. www.orangecoastcollege.edu. WHW is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to provide comprehensive employment support services to empower disadvantaged men, women and teens to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment success and who has served over 40,000 clients since 1993 - for more information visit www.whw.org. Page 10

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Christina Lopez (WHW Program Coordinator) and Robyn Williams (WHW Director of Programs) – Belle Organizers.

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327 Newport Center Drive. 949-640-2700 The Bungalow Restaurant Specializes in steaks, seafood and claims to have the best martinis in the county. Their award-winning wine list offers more than 20 premium wines by the glass and over 160 bottled wines. Monday-Friday Happy Hour well drinks for $4.75 and house wine for $5 from 4:30 pm to 8 pm daily.

2441 East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar. Call for reservations. 949-673-6585 Cannery Restaurant & Cruises Located at the historic wharfside location in the heart of old Cannery Village for 25 years. Open air dining on the wharf is available day and night. Champagne brunch cruises. Awarded Hospitality Ambassador of the Year, 1997.

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3801 E. Coast Hwy., Corona del Mar. 949-760-0331 Mayur Cuisine of India Fragrant, pungent spices from all over India are delicately mixed to create a spectacular variety of dishes.

2931 E. Coast Hwy. 949-675-6622 Newport Landing Waterfront dining including fresh seafood, prime beef, and Sunday champagne brunch. The casual upstairs lounge offers complete menus, patio deck, and live entertainment. Banquets and catering available.

503 E. Edgewater, Balboa. 949-675-2373 Palm Terrace Restaurant & Lounge From casual to elegant, indoors or out, Island Hotel is famous for its award-winning cuisine directed by world-recognized Executive Chef Bill Bracken. Enjoy a leisurely meal poolside amid lush gardens and graceful palms at the Palm Terrace Restaurant or a refreshing cocktail at the lounge.

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Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter Says He Prefers US Post Office to Email to Avoid Spying By Peter James Spielmann Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter speaks during an interview on Monday March 24, 2014 in New York. Carter said Monday that he doesn’t support the Palestinian-led “boycott, divest, sanction” campaign against Israel but said products made in Israel-occupied Palestinian territories should be clearly labeled so buyers can make a choice about them. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews) NEW YORK (AP) -- Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that U.S. intelligence monitoring has run out of control since the 9/11 terror attacks, and he now hand-writes and mails sensitive letters to foreign and American leaders because he can’t trust his email or telephone to be secure. He had begun this practice well before National Security Agency contract worker Edward Snowden leaked a trove of documents last year. The documents disclosed that the NSA was archiving the meta-data on telephone calls and emails and had secretly tapped into the main communications links that connect Yahoo and Google data centers around the world. “I don’t think there’s any doubt now that the NSA or other agencies monitor or record almost every telephone call made in the United States, including cellphones, and I

presume email as well,” Carter told The Associated Press in an interview. “We’ve gone a long way down the road of violating Americans’ basic civil rights, as far as privacy is concerned.” Phone calls to the National Security Agency for comment on Carter’s remarks were not immediately returned. If intelligence services were monitoring Carter, they might gain insights into various hotspots and crises around the world. Carter and his wife Rosalynn have visited more than 140 nations. The former president runs The Carter Center, which has pursued human rights, humanitarian work and offered political mediation and election monitoring since he left office in 1981. Carter negotiated a nuclear disarmament pact with North Korea in 1994, which subsequently unraveled, and went to Pyongyang again in 2010 to secure the release of a U.S. citizen who had been detained. He visited Syrian President Bashar Assad in 2008, and has been to Cuba, Vietnam and many other countries of interest to U.S. intelligence. Carter Center monitors have observed disputed elections in Venezuela and many other nations. Carter is also one of the “Elders,” a group formed by Nelson Mandela in 2007 that includes senior and retired leaders who work together

on peace-building and humanitarian initiatives. They include former Irish president Mary Robinson, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former U.N. secretary-general Kofi Annan, and former Finnish president Martti Ahtisaari. Carter said the surveillance state is now so omniscient that he has turned to “snail mail” in an effort to avoid snooping. “For the last two or three years, when I want to write a highly personal letter to a foreign leader, or even some American leaders, I hand-write it and mail it, because I feel that my telephone calls and my email are being monitored, and there are some things I just don’t want anybody to know except me and my wife.” It’s a twist on the state of affairs that Carter left when he departed the presidency in 1981. “When I was in office I was deeply concerned by the intrusion of the security agencies, the intelligence agencies, on American privacy,” he said. Carter promoted the establishment of FISA courts under the Foreign Intelligence Security Act, requiring U.S. intelligence agencies to get a federal judge to approve any monitoring of a U.S. citizen. “When I left office, they couldn’t do that with even one American person” without the court’s approval, he said.

But the public and Congressional demand for increased intelligencegathering after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans swept away those safeguards. “After 9/11 took place, under President George W. Bush and later under President Obama, the FISA Act has been drastically modified,” Carter said. It is now a “mainly a rubber stamp” for unlimited snooping, approved by member of Congress, most of them without knowing any details unless they are on one of the Intelligence committees.

Top fashion tips for spring and summer Spring is just around the corner - time to start planning your warmweather wardrobe updates. To help you stay on top of the trends for spring 2014, the experts have plenty of advice to share. Lynne Riding, who is the fashion coordinator at The Art Institute of Charleston, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, and Dr. Courtney A. Hammonds, who has the same role at The Art Institute of AtlantaDecatur, a branch of The Art Institute

of Atlanta, offer some pointers. Q: What are the top five trends for spring 2014? A: “Look for clean, simple lines,” says Riding. “You’ll also see pleats, sheers and lace, and prints - both floral and graphic.” Hammonds agrees that pleats, especially knife pleats, will be big this spring. “Graphic prints are a major trend, using written words embroidered or printed across ready-to-wear garments,” he adds. “We’ll also see accessories with

metallic touches in gold and bronze this year.” Q: What are this spring’s top colors? A: Both experts agree that lilac and other pastels are the most important color story for spring. Greens, especially mint green, are also big. “Muted and sophisticated tones predominate, although brights are also seen, particularly when paired with metallic touches,” Hammonds says.

Q: What one piece should everyone consider adding to her wardrobe to be on trend for spring? A: “A poplin dress shirt in white, lilac or mint green is a great spring/summer addition,” says Riding. “It could either be a long wrap shirt without buttons or a long shirt worn on the hips with a belt.” Hammonds recommends adding a modern accessory, such as a metallic bag or clutch, statement eye frames, or even a metallic shoe that can go from day to night. Some other ideas to give your wardrobe the fashion edge this spring? Consider a longer skirt (midcalf or upper ankle length), wearing a classic shirt untucked with the bottom several buttons undone, or an accessory with fringe. And be sure to hang on to fashions with color blocking. Riding says this trend is continuing to be popular. Whatever you do, Hammonds advises, dare to be edgy and always be true to yourself and your personal style. Riding adds, “A trend only works if it works for you. Does it fit your style, your lifestyle, what’s flattering? For instance, if lilac is not your color, don’t add a lilac dress to your wardrobe. Instead, choose a flower print that includes lilac or wear a print skirt with lilac tones along with a crisp white shirt.”

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SKIES SIZZLE AND CRACKLE WITH FIREWORKS AND THE MAGIC OF MUSIC AS PACIFIC SYMPHONY’S 2014 SUMMER FESTIVAL GETS UNDERWAY

Summer is just around the corner and families are already thinking about packing picnics and heading out to Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine for five musicinfused evenings under the stars with Pacific Symphony. Presented by Mercedes-Benz, the Symphony’s 2014 Summer Festival explodes with the annual July 4th extravaganza, featuring Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and a brilliant fireworks finale. Then it’s on to classic Americana for “Gershwin Greats,” featuring guest pianist Jeffrey Biegel, soprano Angela Brown and bass Kevin Deas. Next, it’s the the magnificent repertoire of Disney “Fantasia”: Live in Concert from the original 1940 version and “Fantasia 2000,” performed live as Disney’s stunning footage is shown on the big screen. The fourth concert delivers the silky smooth sounds of saxophone superstar Kenny G, before the Symphony concludes the season with an OC tradition: “Tchaikovsky Spectacular,” which this year features guest pianist Jon Nakamatsu, and, of course, breathtaking cannons and fireworks during the “1812 Overture.” “This year, the Symphony’s summer really delivers and is a perfect way to launch our 2014-15 season and my 25th anniversary with the orchestra,” says Music Director Carl St.Clair. “From Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to the best of Gershwin to a Disney classic to saxophone icon Kenny G. Plus, the season concludes on a traditional note, with our annual ‘Tchaikovsky Spectacular,’ which I will be conducting—there’s something for everyone. It’s sure to be an exciting summer filled with music that enchants, inspires and elates. Unforgettable melodies, fireworks and great fun under our perfect summer skies—we’ve got it all.” Five-concert subscriptions range from $99-$480 with luxury season packages also available. Single Page 16

tickets are $25-$105 and go on sale May 18. With the purchase of an adult subscription, kids under 14 come free in selected price levels. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (714) 755-5799 or visit www.PacificSymphony.org. Summer Festival 2014 is made possible by supporting sponsor, Orange County Register, and media sponsors K-Earth 101, KPCC, KUSC and PBS SoCal. “The Pacific Symphony Summer Festival concerts at Verizon have always been among my favorite experiences conducting the orchestra,” says Principal Pops Conductor Richard Kaufman. “It’s not only a musical experience, but also a chance to enjoy hearing incredible music under the stars in a truly beautiful outdoor environment. The musicians love the opportunity to make music in such an inspiring venue, and it always shows in the way they bring such excitement and passion to each summer performance.” Get ready to swing with a contemporary twist! The Symphony, led by Kaufman, opens the summer season with a July 4th celebration featuring the swing revival band from Southern California—Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. America’s favorite big band joins Pacific Symphony to resurrect the high-energy swing rhythms of the 1940s and ’50s on Friday, July 4, at 8 p.m. Snapping fingers and tapping toes accompany the performance of hits from multi-platinum records including “Go Daddy-O” and “Mr. Pinstripe Suit.” Plus, Fourth-of-July traditions, including a salute to the U.S. Armed Forces and a brilliant fireworks finale kick off the summer festival. “I’ve known about Big Bad Voodoo Daddy for many years, and I’m thrilled that they will bring their special brand of music and entertainment to our July 4th celebration,” says Maestro

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Kaufman. “Don’t let the name fool you! This group presents the sound of American music in an exciting and creative way that will have the whole audience singing along and dancing at their seats.” I got rhythm! Summer patrons sway to some of the greatest works of George Gershwin, when Maestro St.Clair leads the Symphony for the first concert of his 25th anniversary season featuring guest pianist Jeffrey Biegel, soprano Angela Brown and bass Kevin Deas. Relax with this program of classic Americana, featuring some of the most popular and best-known Gershwin works ever written—from the jazz-filled melodies of “Rhapsody in Blue” to the timeless sounds of “An American in Paris” to the groundbreaking “Porgy and Bess.” This concert takes place Sunday, July 20, at 7:30 p.m. Family night! The orchestra brings to life the music of Disney “Fantasia”: Live in Concert from the original 1940 version and “Fantasia 2000,” performed live as Disney’s stunning footage is shown on the big screen— on Saturday, Aug. 9, at 8 p.m. The cherished musical moments of both films fill the amphitheater as scenes from the movies play on a big screen overhead, giving concertgoers a truly unique multimedia experience. The program includes “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 and Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” Suite. Maestro Kaufman leads this magical evening. This presentation is licensed by Disney Concert Library © Disney. “Like many people, I heard some of my first classical music when I saw and heard ‘Fantasia,’” says Kaufman. “The combination of extraordinary animation and storytelling, along with some of the most wonderful orchestral music ever written, will make for a unique and magical night under the stars. Walt Disney was

beyond innovative in his decades of creativity, and the idea of ‘Fantasia’ was one that remains iconic in both the film and music world. It’s a show for all ages, and a great way to introduce younger people to classical music while having a great time.” Date night! Romantic saxophone sensation Kenny G returns to Pacific Symphony (debuting with the orchestra in February 2013) on Saturday, Aug. 23, at 8 p.m. With a recording career that spans almost three decades and 23 albums, the Grammy Award-winning saxophonist has sold more than 75 million records worldwide (45 million in the U.S. alone) and enjoyed more than a dozen climbs to the top of Billboard’s contemporary jazz chart. Grafting R&B, pop and Latin to a jazz foundation, Kenny G joins the Symphony, led by guest conductor Albert-George Schram (who last led the Symphony in March 2014), onstage to once again solidify his reputation as the premier artist in contemporary jazz. Close out summer with a bang! The Summer Festival series concludes its season on Saturday, Aug. 30, at 8 p.m., with “Tchaikovsky Spectacular.” Filled with cannons, fireworks and heart-pounding rhythms in the “1812 Overture,” this concert is the epitome of summer celebrations and a wonderful way to bid farewell to the season. Led by St.Clair, the program opens with Tchaikovsky’s Polonaise and Waltz from “Eugene Onegin,” and is followed by guest pianist Jon Nakamatsu, winner of the 10th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. The evening also includes the orchestra tackling Mussorgsky’s famous “Pictures at an Exhibition.”


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NEWPORTERS TOP DOGS LOVE NEW DOGGIE DAY CARE ... AND MORE FACILITY WHERE EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY

Rosanne Faul and Heather Ellis owners of Doggie Daycare…And More When Rosanne Faul and Heather Ellis were looking around town to find a great location for their brand new doggie daycare business, they came upon a pictureperfect location at 1770 Newport Blvd., between 18th and Rochester Streets in the 14,000 Square foot building that used to be Cal’s Cameras. When Newport News reporters asked them what was unique about their business, Rosanne replied “We are a doggie daycare and cage-free boarding inside park where the dogs can run and play during the day and sleep with our staff at night. We have “The Beach” for the big dogs and “The Big Top” for the little ones.” Even though Doggie Daycare…And More Has only been open a few weeks, it has already become popular with Locals from Newport Beach, Balboa, Corona Del mar and Costa Mesa. “It’s a great place to drop off my pet poodle whenever I want to go shopping for a few hours and don’t want to leave her home alone ,”says one happy customer. “This is an ideal location and the staff is wonderful and treat the dogs like royalty, “she continued. Heather Ellis says “We opened on March 13, 2014 and had our Grand Opening on March 22, 2014 and the response has been just tremendous. We have hired ten Pack Leaders, all of them chosen for their affinity and dog-devotion. Both Rosanne and I know the kind of people who will provide the kind of service that both dogs and their owners prefer. We used to drop our dogs off at daycare and we always wanted to stay and play with all the dogs, “she laughs. Roseanne says “This is a brand new business for us. Besides being dog lovers, we are both ideally suited to providing care for our furry little friends. I own a criminal and DUI law firm and Heather is president of a nationwide vaccination service for health care professionals and students. Both of us were keenly aware that there was no other facility that offer the kind of excellent care and supervision that people want and expect when they drop off their dogs for a day or a weekend, “she continues. “While the building had nothing to do with doggie daycare before, we fell in love with the location and knew immediately what we wanted to do with it. The renovations are done and amazing. Come check us out and see the great space where your dog can play and have fun while you are at work or away.” Doggie Daycare…And More Offers a unique playground atmosphere where your dog will play with other same-sized dogs in a cage-free environment. The bigger dogs play in an area called ‘The Beach’, while smaller dogs gather in an area called ‘the Big Top ‘ unless the customer otherwise requests us to do so, those who stay the night will sleep cage-free on cozy bedding which we provide with the staff in attendance .”Let sleeping dogs lie, “is more than a motto at Doggie Daycare… And More. We are open at 5:30am Mon.-Fri. and at 7am on Saturday and Sunday We close at 8pm, except for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday when we stay open late for pick-up until 11pm. We have daycare packages: Buy 10 days and receive 1 1/2 days free or buy 30 days and receive 6 days free. Our full day prices are $35, half day is $20 and when we are open until 11pm on “date nights” we charge $15. Our boarding is cage-free unless the owner requests the dog be crated, like they are at home, otherwise they sleep on dog beds we provide. We charge $20 for

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-$9,500 -$1,500

Discount

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$

439

*

Per month plus tax for 36 months with $0 Security Deposit, $3549 down plus tax, license, government fees, dealer document preparation fee, and first month’s payment on approved credit thru Ally Bank. 10K mi/ year w/.25 cents per in excess mileage.

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*Must have a 2004 or newer Non-GM Vehicle to qualify for Conquest Cash or additional $1500 down

USEd 2013 CadillaC

Yukon

MSRP $64,960 OC Discount -$11,000

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onLY

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$

53,960

Model TK10706 Vin # DR367444 1 to choose.

$

59,888

Model 6K10706; Vin: DR282676; 1 to choose: Prior dealer loaner car

2626 Harbor Blvd. • Costa Mesa, CA 92626

877-913-0049

www .ocbuickgmccadillac. com All advertised prices excluding government fees and taxes, any finance charges, any dealer document preparation fees and emission testing charges. Dealer added accessories extra at retail cost. Financing thru Ally Bank, US Bank or GMF based on model lease/purchase. On approved above average credit. See us for all details. Expires 3/31/14.

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Per month plus tax for 36 months with $0 Security Deposit, $1995 down plus tax, license, government fees, dealer document preparation fee, and first month’s payment on approved credit thru US Bank. 10K mi/ year w/.25 cents per in excess mileage.

23,750

Model 13B0932 Vin # B199449 1 to choose.

299

*

Per month plus tax for 36 months with $0 Security Deposit, $1995 down plus tax, license, government fees, dealer document preparation fee, and first month’s payment on approved credit thru US Bank. 10K mi/ year w/.25 cents per in excess mileage.

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$

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