2015 People Archive Stories

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  • Love, Italian-Style By: Kedric Francis
    Romance along the coast comes in many forms, including Venetian gondolas cruising Newport Harbor. Whether it’s a first date, an anniversary or a proposal, prepare to be serenaded in Grand Canal-style by a gondolier as you take the slow and scenic route touring the beautiful bay. Valentine’s Day is prime time for these stand-up entrep
    Thu Feb 05, 2015
  • Shots Fired By: Anna Albaryan
    Take a Shot at ItReservations must be made in advance for classes, which are usually scheduled at least once a mont
    Fri May 30, 2014
  • Prom Queen By: Jessica Husami
    Ah, high school prom – that rite of passage attended by students during their later years of high school. It’s a black-tie night out for teenagers, who, in many cases, spend the months beforehand agonizing who their date will be, what they will wear and who will comprise their entourage for the evening. But there are those who worry
    Wed Apr 30, 2014
  • On the Right Track By: Jessica Husami
    When Andrew Wunderlich was a rookie police officer, he was called to the scene of his first traffic collision: two possible fatalities, one suspected intoxicated driver and emergency vehicles on arrival. When he pulled up, the story unfurled. Two 16-year-olds had been on their way back from a date when they were T-boned by a drunk driver who had
    Fri Mar 14, 2014
  • Becoming the Best Version of You By: Paula Klein
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    Thu Mar 06, 2014
  • Behind the Scenes: Mark Patterson Jewelry By: Terence Loose
    Going behind the scenes of Mark Patterson Jewelers is as easy as entering its showroom. That’s because Patterson and his business partner/wife Josette, a designer, sculptor and painter, designed their store in the style of an open-kitchen restaurant, all
    Thu Feb 27, 2014
  • A Toast To Community By: ANNE VALDESPINO
    Coast Magazine had not presented its Community Awards since 2001, but “It made sense to resurrect them,” said Editor-in-Chief Justine Amodeo during opening remarks at a dinner celebrating the nominees February 3 at AnQi Bistro in South Coast Plaza.“The list was impressive,” said Executive Editor Kedric
    Mon Feb 17, 2014
  • Life of an Event Planner – Part One By: Natalie Vishny
    HELP FOR THE GROOM TO-BEAre you a groom to-be that needs a little help? Natalie Vishny is offering a 30-minute, by
    Fri Feb 14, 2014
  • The Wedding Guy By: Jessica Husami
    “Are you married?” I ask. “No, but my girlfriend is,” replies Alan Katz.Katz, the owner of and presiding officiant at Great Officiants, is a joker. He also has a passion for performance – a trait evident in his mannerisms and ability to project his voice across a room, and to transition from jokester to
    Thu Feb 13, 2014
  • Flying High By: Sherri Cruz
    The Methuselah fruit fly lives for about four months – four times longer than an ordinary fruit fly.They’re also more vigorous. “They beat up the other flies and take their women away,” says Gregory Benford, a retired UC Irvine physics professor.Benford, 72, is co-founder of Genescient Corp., a Fou
    Wed Jan 15, 2014