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2626 E Pacific Coast Hwy
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Feb 27, 2020
Corona del Mar cemetery denies reported location of Kobe and Gianna Bryant grave - Los Angeles Times
The Corona del Mar cemetery widely reported as the final resting place of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna says visitors have been leaving tributes to the Lakers great at the wrong gravesite.People began going to Pacific View Memorial Park to place flowers at an unmarked gravesite after it was pictured in a Feb. 14 Daily Mail article.The article said Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter were laid side by side in a private burial plot marked by newly planted purple and yellow flowers, balloons and pinwheels.Death certificates indicated the two were buried at the cemetery in a private service Feb. 7.
Pacific View, where movie legend John Wayne and other notables from entertainment, sports and industry are interred, says it doesn’t release grave locations to the public and declined to comment about the Bryants’ gravesite earlier this month after it was reported they were buried there.
The exact location of the grave is not marked, and a spokeswoman for the cemetery... Apr 27, 2017
Biz News: Garden show comes to South Coast Plaza starting Thursday
Executive chef named for Five Crowns and SideDoorAnthony Endy has been named executive chef of Five Crowns and SideDoor in Corona del Mar.Endy previously was director of culinary operations at Paul Martin’s American Grill.“We are thrilled to welcome Chef Anthony to our core team and restaurant family,” Ryan O’Melveny Wilson, corporate executive chef and vice president of Five Crowns’ parent, Pasadena-based Lawry’s Restaurants, said in a statement. “He brings a creativity and consistent excellence to the kitchen that will be a tremendous asset and continue to maintain the highest standards for both of our restaurants.”Cos Bar and Broken English open in NewportCos Bar and Broken English have opened in Newport Beach’s Lido Marina Village.Cos Bar, founded in Colorado in 1976, offers an assortment of makeup, skincare, bath and body products.Broken English, a jewelry store, was founded in 2006 in Los Angeles.Pizza Press has grand opening in Surf CityPizza Press recently hosted a grand opening for its downtown Huntington Beach location.The restaurant is located at 150 Fifth St.New managing director hired at Pelican Hill resortTom Donovan has been named managing director of The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Coast.Donovan previously was managing director of the Grand Wailea in Hawaii.Donovan is a graduate of Northeastern University.Island Hotel names new sales and marketing directorThe Island Hotel in Newport Beach has named Bob Arrivillaga as its new director of sales and marketing.Arrivillaga, a Laguna Beach resident and graduate of the University of Utah, previously was associate director of group sales at Montage Deer Valley in Park City, Utah. He also has worked at the Ritz-Carlton resort in Dana Point.Westin South Coast Plaza gets new meeting and event managerJamie Reiter has been named meeting and event manager at the Westin South Coast Plaza hotel in Costa Mesa.Reiter previously was a meeting and event manager at the Monarch Beach resort in Dana Point. She is a graduate of the Rosen College of Hospitality Management at the University of Central Florida.Crystal Cove community to get upgraded irrigation systemPark West Cos., a Rancho Santa Margarita-based provider of landscape construction, landscape management and tree care services, has been engaged to upgrade the irrigation system in Newport Coast’s Crystal Cove community.Among other projects, Park West will install technology that includes wireless controllers, according to a news release. (Los Angeles Times)Mar 16, 2017
A guide to our favorite spring garden tours in SoCal
April 22: Tour several private gardens in Newport Beach and Corona del Mar during the Sherman Library & Gardens' annual garden tour. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Members, $50; nonmembers, $60; optional shuttle, $45. Lunch included. (949) 673-2261; slgardens.orgApril 22-23: The Redlands Horticultural & Improvement Society will hold its 2017 Garden Tour and Uncommon Plant Sale, which will include tours of six private, owner-maintained gardens. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $15. Tickets are good for both days. redlandsgardenclub.comApril 23: The Westlake Village Garden Club's 44th Garden Tour highlights “California-style” gardens that celebrate outdoor living and al fresco entertaining. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $25. westlakevillagegardenclub.comApril 23: The Pacific Palisades Spring Garden Tour highlights six gardens in Pacific Palisades and Brentwood. Noon to 4 p.m. $30. (424) 268-8780. westlakevillagegardenclub.orgApril 23: The Creative Arts Group's 23rd "Art of the Garden" tour will highlight five private gardens in Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre. 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. $30 in advance; $35 day of tour at 108 N. Baldwin Ave. in Sierra Madre. (626) 355-8360: www.creativeartsgroup.orgApril 29-30: Tour homes and gardens in a variety of architectural styles at the Floral Park Home and Garden Tour north of Santa Ana. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Advance tickets, $30; same day, $35. Classic cars and antiques vendors will be located on North Park Drive. floralparkhometour.comApril 30: South Pasadena Beautiful hosts a self-guided tour of six sustainable gardens in South Pasadena. 1 to 4 p.m. A plant swap will be held at 565 Camino Verde. Free. No tickets or registration required. southpasbeautiful.orgApril 30: Explore six private gardens in Pasadena, open to the public for self-guided tours to benefit the Garden Conservancy. Maps and discounted tickets will be available at the La Casita del Arroyo Garden, 177 South Arroyo Boulevard, Pasadena from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; gardens are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $7 per garden (children under 12 free), no reservations required, rain or shine. (888) 842-2442; gardenconservancy.org/open-daysMay 5: The Laguna Beach Garden Club hosts a self-guided walking tour of private gardens on and around Brooks Street in the city’s Village neighborhood. The tour includes free refreshments, exhibits, a keepsake brochure, shuttle bus service, a plant sale and a raffle of prizes donated by local artists and businesses. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $45 to $50. lagunabeachgardenclub.orgMay 6: The self-guided Leimert Park Garden Tour will feature eleven private gardens. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $15, and children under 13 free. Tickets can be purchased the day of the event at the Garden Tour Hub, located at Community Build’s courtyard in Leimert Park Village, 4305 Degnan Blvd. A map will be provided at the Hub, which will also offer food, live music, and a variety of vendors and exhibitors. a href="http://www.leimertparkgardentour.com/" target="_b... (Los Angeles Times)Jul 5, 2016
Plumeria passion: Popular in Hawaii, the tropical plants also can thrive in SoCal
Plumeria care seminar
What: Event led by plumeria expert John Tarvin.
Where: Rogers Gardens, 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Corona Del Mar.
When: 9 a.m., July 9.
(LA Daily News)Dec 30, 2015
Tired of poinsettias? Try Christmas cactus and succulents.
One of my favorites is the Christmas cactus. They have beautiful, vibrant blooms," said Kari McGowan, owner of Botanica Floral in Corona del Mar. "They bloom from late October through December, but you can keep them all year long."
Christmas cactuses, one of the six species of Schlumbergera, come in a variety of colors, McGowan said, including pink, purple, white and red. Native to Central and South America, they're markedly different from desert cactuses. In their natural environment, Christmas cactuses are epiphytes, or plants that grow harmlessly on other plants; they're commonly found in the forks of trees in a tropical climate.
Long-lived and fairly hardy, Christmas cactuses can be made to bloom annually around December. The secret to getting them to blossom during the holiday season is proper light exposure, lower temperatures and limited watering. In autumn, your Christmas cactus should be placed in a spot with indirect bright light during daylight hours but total darkness at night. If you're successful, it will reward you with an explosion of exotic, colorful flowers.
McGowan likes them because they look terrific all year, and they're a good value. "They are slow growers; they get to maybe 12 inches tall. You don't have to repot them. And they're not expensive - you can find them for as little as $10 or $15."
McGowan has ot... (Centre Daily Times)
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