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  • Relationships crumble as wall separating Costa Mesa homes and dealership comes down

    Relationships crumble as wall separating Costa Mesa homes and dealership comes down
    On the evening of July 14, a woman approached the podium inside Costa Mesa City Hall to inform the powers that be that her dog died. She blamed Daisy's death on the car dealership behind her house. Chau Vuong became visibly upset in telling the...
  • They think they can, they think they can

    They think they can, they think they can
    Engineers and architects from Newport Beach firm Bassenian Lagoni stood before the canned structure representing an orange and marveled at their creation during the seventh annual "Canstruction" competition at South Coast Plaza. "We built a fruit out of...
  • OCC considers ways to maintain Neutra's vision

    OCC considers ways to maintain Neutra's vision
    The business education building has sat nestled in the interior of the Orange Coast College campus for the past 61 years. The modern, one-story building, sheathed in red brick and stucco, has remained relatively untouched since it was designed by world-...
  • Corona del Mar Today: AERIE site hosts pre-construction party

    With demolition scheduled to occur within weeks, about 200 people gathered Tuesday night for the last party at the site of the future AERIE condominium complex. "I'm excited," said Richard Julian, the owner of the property at the corner of Carnation...
  • Plan for LED signs being reconsidered

    Plan for LED signs being reconsidered
    Previously approved LED signage for Metro Pointe is heading back to Costa Mesa City Hall for further review next week. On Dec. 16, Councilwoman Sandy Genis appealed the Planning Commission's earlier approval, and now the matter is scheduled to go before...
  • Start-up mentality takes stage at Balboa Village Theater

    The revamped Balboa Village Theatre may resemble "a little more of a start-up" than a lavish performing arts center because of uncertainty over funding, the chief executive of its foundation said Monday. Steve Beazley, who was tapped in September to lead...
  • Plan bumps up against history

    Plan bumps up against history
    Orange Coast College has undergone many transformations in its 65-year history — buildings have been demolished and remodeled and others have been built in their place — mostly without significant controversy. However, as the college...
  • Film festival winners

    Film festival winners
    Ballots from the 15th annual Newport Beach Film Festival have been turned in and accounted for. While the selection committee reviewed more than 2,000 submissions, viewers watched over 400 films from 50 countries. Each movie competed for honors in three...
  • Civic center lends itself to debate

    Civic center lends itself to debate
    When the expensive new civic center opened in Newport Beach last year, some claimed it as a symbol of an irresponsible government out of touch with the people it represented. Councilman Keith Curry served as mayor at the time. He has embraced the...
  • Council holds off on possible post office move

    Council holds off on possible post office move
    The Newport Beach City Council isn't ready to send off its Mariner's Mile post office just yet. Council members unanimously voted to delay a decision Tuesday on whether to rezone the property where the Bay Station Post Office stands, so staff can...
  • Developer plans walkable neighborhood in Newport Beach

    Developer plans walkable neighborhood in Newport Beach
    Newport Beach, one of Southern California's most affluent cities, is about to transform an industrial area near John Wayne Airport into a distinctly urban community of homes and shops. Uptown Newport Village will replace a pair of aging industrial...
  • Scott Peotter enters council race

    Scott Peotter enters council race
    Two former planning commissioners will face off in the race for the Newport Beach City Council seat for District 6. Scott Peotter, who served on the commission from 2006 to 2010, announced his bid Tuesday for the seat, which is currently held by Nancy...