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February 15, 2007
The Meatballs scored the final four goals of their Howe Division match against the Kings, including the game-winner from Daniel Burkhardt in an overtime shootout, to pull out an 8-7 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. It was the only goal scored by Burkhardt, who led the Meatballs with two assists. Travis Hunter, Kristian Burkhardt and Ethan Higbee led the Meatballs in scoring with two goals apiece. Austin Arcala scored once with an assist and Drew Sorbom and Ethan Loy each had an assist.
SPORTS
January 11, 2007
The Hawks broke open a scoreless Howe Division match with the Bulldogs by scoring four goals in the second period and continued to blister the net in a 7-1 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Evan Hess led the scoring attack with three goals. Dylan Rodriguez scored twice and Manny Banuelos and Steven Landis each scored once. Jake Rennison picked up a pair of assists and Brad Giszewski had 12 saves. In other Howe Division action: TnT 2, Who Cares 1 Johnny Richardson scored in a shootout session, as TnT survived Who Cares.
SPORTS
February 1, 2007
The Hawks scored five of their six goals over the final two quarters to pull away from Who Cares and post a 6-3 Howe Division victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Evan Hess' two goals paced the Hawks offense. Jake Rennison, Joshua Gruwell, Steven Landis and Sean Kitchen also scored goals, Dylan Rodriguez and Manny Banuelos each had two assists and Rennison and Cameron Ciantar also had an assist. Brad Giczewski finished with 18 saves. Aaron Wong scored both goals for Who Cares, the second off an assist from Brett Biederman.
SPORTS
March 15, 2007
Who Cares jumped out to a two-goal lead through two quarters of play in their Howe Division match Tuesday against the Bulldogs, then held on for a 2-1 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Goals by Jake Beardshear off an assist from Lawrence Benavente and by Derek Slayton in the second quarter gave Who Cares a 2-0 lead. The Bulldogs drew to within 2-1 in the third quarter, when Trevor Brenden set up a goal by Chris Martinez but could get no closer. Jessica Baltazar had 20 saves for Who Cares, and Dylan Moan had 32 for the Bulldogs.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 2010
H ow about a high-end restaurant where you can have a moderately priced meal? Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's is certainly an elegantly appointed space with superior service, urbane touches like amuses bouches, mignardises and even a pretty little package of cookies to take home; but if you bring your own wine (because there is no corkage fee) and if you limit your ordering to the extensive small-plate and first-course menus, you can have a very nice dinner indeed for a very decent price.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | December 15, 2010
The amazing Alessandro Pirozzi has opened a new trattoria in Laguna Beach, Alessa, in the old Pomodoro space. You may have had the pleasure of dining in his Cucina Alessa in Newport or Huntington, but Laguna's version is unique. Although there are many old favorites, there are new and exciting additions as well; for instance, a proscuitto and mozzarella bar and specialty house-made fresh pastas. Gourmets will appreciate the crudo and the fragole while traditionalists will revel in Mama's meatballs and fettucine Bolognese.
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By John Reger | September 24, 2009
I was introducing a friend to the joys of capicolla in the deli department at Lucci’s, when she spied a cash register in the back of the deli and market. She asked me what it was, and I told her that it was the restaurant. After getting a sample of the Italian spicy ham, she was ready to have some capicolla on a sandwich. This is a favorite lunch place of mine, though they serve into the dinner hour as well. Each day features a different bargain. Monday is all-you-can-eat spaghetti and meatballs with garlic bread, and at $7.99 it is a perfect, simple dinner that would be ideal for families.
NEWS
May 12, 2005
John Volo Over the last several months, many friends and acquaintances have suggested I check out Sebastiani's Italian Bistro. It wasn't, however, until I sampled their marvelous spinach and ricotta ravioli at the Taste of Huntington Beach that I was spurred into action. So on the last night of my in-laws' torturously long (just kidding) stay with us, we ventured to Sebastiani's. Tucked away in a strip mall (hint: look for the red awning) near the corner of Springdale and Warner, Sebastiani's is a tastefully appointed Italian bistro.
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By Terry Markowitz | December 4, 2013
Finding Filomena's Italian Kitchen was like finding an old friend. This neighborhood restaurant in Costa Mesa brought back memories of the small, family-owned Italian places in New York's Little Italy. The cozy, welcoming atmosphere, the warm, friendly staff and the classic Italian food all added up to a very pleasant evening. The restaurant opened in September, but it was clear that many of the customers were already regulars. I saw lots of hugging going on, but new customers were also welcomed like family.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz and By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | September 19, 2012
It's always a pleasure to dine with an old friend and 230 Forest Avenue is one of our favorites. No matter how many times we visit, the food is always reliably good. With occasional changes in the menu, there is always something new to try, if that's your pleasure (or if you're a restaurant reviewer). Chef Marc Cohen has managed to maintain a consistent level of quality. It's almost always buzzy but not so noisy that you can't have a nice conversation. On a warm summer night, the sidewalk patio is especially agreeable but the contemporary design of the space indoors is equally pleasant.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | December 15, 2010
The amazing Alessandro Pirozzi has opened a new trattoria in Laguna Beach, Alessa, in the old Pomodoro space. You may have had the pleasure of dining in his Cucina Alessa in Newport or Huntington, but Laguna's version is unique. Although there are many old favorites, there are new and exciting additions as well; for instance, a proscuitto and mozzarella bar and specialty house-made fresh pastas. Gourmets will appreciate the crudo and the fragole while traditionalists will revel in Mama's meatballs and fettucine Bolognese.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 2010
H ow about a high-end restaurant where you can have a moderately priced meal? Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's is certainly an elegantly appointed space with superior service, urbane touches like amuses bouches, mignardises and even a pretty little package of cookies to take home; but if you bring your own wine (because there is no corkage fee) and if you limit your ordering to the extensive small-plate and first-course menus, you can have a very nice dinner indeed for a very decent price.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | September 24, 2009
I was introducing a friend to the joys of capicolla in the deli department at Lucci’s, when she spied a cash register in the back of the deli and market. She asked me what it was, and I told her that it was the restaurant. After getting a sample of the Italian spicy ham, she was ready to have some capicolla on a sandwich. This is a favorite lunch place of mine, though they serve into the dinner hour as well. Each day features a different bargain. Monday is all-you-can-eat spaghetti and meatballs with garlic bread, and at $7.99 it is a perfect, simple dinner that would be ideal for families.
SPORTS
March 15, 2007
Who Cares jumped out to a two-goal lead through two quarters of play in their Howe Division match Tuesday against the Bulldogs, then held on for a 2-1 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Goals by Jake Beardshear off an assist from Lawrence Benavente and by Derek Slayton in the second quarter gave Who Cares a 2-0 lead. The Bulldogs drew to within 2-1 in the third quarter, when Trevor Brenden set up a goal by Chris Martinez but could get no closer. Jessica Baltazar had 20 saves for Who Cares, and Dylan Moan had 32 for the Bulldogs.
SPORTS
February 15, 2007
The Meatballs scored the final four goals of their Howe Division match against the Kings, including the game-winner from Daniel Burkhardt in an overtime shootout, to pull out an 8-7 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. It was the only goal scored by Burkhardt, who led the Meatballs with two assists. Travis Hunter, Kristian Burkhardt and Ethan Higbee led the Meatballs in scoring with two goals apiece. Austin Arcala scored once with an assist and Drew Sorbom and Ethan Loy each had an assist.
SPORTS
February 1, 2007
The Hawks scored five of their six goals over the final two quarters to pull away from Who Cares and post a 6-3 Howe Division victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Evan Hess' two goals paced the Hawks offense. Jake Rennison, Joshua Gruwell, Steven Landis and Sean Kitchen also scored goals, Dylan Rodriguez and Manny Banuelos each had two assists and Rennison and Cameron Ciantar also had an assist. Brad Giczewski finished with 18 saves. Aaron Wong scored both goals for Who Cares, the second off an assist from Brett Biederman.
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