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  • Council examines budget priorities, including capital improvements

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday held a study session on the city's nearly $140-million preliminary budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year, an amount that includes about $19 million in proposed capital improvements.
  • 'Tartuffe' at SCR: Costa Mesa theater comes full circle

    'Tartuffe' at SCR: Costa Mesa theater comes full circle
    Last summer, Becca Lustgarten began to feel as if something was missing from her life. The 26-year-old Boston University graduate who had relocated to Los Angeles recalled homing in on a void that she had previously filled by learning, acting and...

    No 'oohs' over this art, just 'ughs'

    No 'oohs' over this art, just 'ughs'
    Looking at a picture of a sculpture intended for an upcoming city installation, Newport Beach resident Barry Allen had a singular remark: "You've got to be kidding." The bronze artwork, titled "Brandi," was made by a New York artist and features the...

    The Crowd: A farewell march for Philharmonic leader

    The Crowd: A farewell march for Philharmonic leader
    The Balboa Bay Resort welcomed the Philharmonic Society of Orange County May 2 for its 60th anniversary celebration dinner. The gala evening honored president of the society and artistic director Dean Corey for his 21 years of service to the Philharmonic....

    Friends of the Libraries: Answer to library problem is before us

    Since a consultant's report in 2000, it's been clear that the community wants expanded library services. And based on a comparison to peer cities in Orange County and the rest of California, it's clear that Costa Mesa needs expanded library services....