Newport’s Bunnies Continue to Create Conversation
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The Los Angeles Times had a little fun today with bunnies at the Taj Mahal. You can read the storyhere.
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LA Times, December 28, 2014
Fiscal reform advocates take aim at Newport Beach’s concrete bunnies
Priscilla Janz, 6, and her sister Dagny, 3, play among the bunnies. (Christina House, For The Times)
By EMILY FOXHALL
It’s open season on Newport Beach’s concrete bunnies
Near a busy corner in Newport Beach, at the edge of Civic Center Park, 14 concrete rabbits sit on their haunches in a tight circle, staring at each other through painted pastel eyes.
The child-size creatures — known by some in this picturesque beach city as “bunnyhenge” — were added as a playful touch to the massive Civic Center complex, which rises like a white ship from the hillside below, its undulating roof mimicking the waves on the distant horizon.