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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...
  • City moves to replace problem motel

    City moves to replace problem motel
    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday voted to get the ball rolling on a plan that would demolish one of the city's so-called problem motels and replace it with a new apartment complex. Four council members — Councilwoman Sandy Genis dissented...
  • Tree height a bragging right

    Tree height a bragging right
    When a 90-foot Christmas tree at Fashion Island lights up for the first time Friday night, it will mark just one mega-tree in a series sparkling to life for the holidays in shopping centers throughout Southern California. Fashion Island's white fir,...
  • Lucky plaza patrons get VIP treatment

    Lucky plaza patrons get VIP treatment
    At 10 a.m. on "Fabulous Friday" — so named by South Coast Plaza representatives — Georgiann Mastrangelo sat in a VIP holiday lounge in the shopping center's penthouse, sipping champagne. As shoppers awoke from their post-turkey slumber,...
  • Community Commentary: Setting the record straight this time

    File this under no good deed goes unpunished. Last month, before new Costa Mesa CEO Tom Hatch moved into his prosaic corner office on City Hall's fifth floor, a volunteer work crew gave up their Sunday to do a little spring-cleaning. After a decade of...
  • Fun things for a father

    News flash: Father's Day is Sunday. If you've been asleep at the wheel, here are several ways to show the dad in your life that you love him — and none of them involve a tie in a cardboard box, a new pair of socks or a honey-do list. * For the...
  • It's A Gray Area: Fundamentals are the answer to the recession

    The fledgling program TAP America is trying to strengthen the U.S. economy by encouraging people to buy more American products as a matter of patriotism; however, like so many other political proposals, it sounds like a nice idea, but it won't work. Just...
  • Steinberg: Get ready for some football

    The successful beginning of the approval process of AEG's proposal to build a new stadium in downtown Los Angeles means that the NFL is finally on track to return to Southern California. There will be delays, environmental impact reports, opposition by...
  • Building ties to customers

    As beautiful as homes are in Newport Beach, it can be incredibly daunting to find replacement parts for that turn-of-the-century plumbing. Crown Ace Hardware has made this its specialty. Having grown and expanded in the community for more than 60 years,...
  • A holiday business with roots

     A holiday business with roots
    The scene was quiet in a large lot off Bristol Street, not far from where the 55 Freeway meets the 73. On that weekday afternoon of clear blue skies, there were a handful of workers, no customers and plenty of room for expansion. The remaining inventory...
  • Commentary: Genis opposes positive economic development

    I've known former Mayor Sandy Genis for the last three decades, and I've watched with interest as her local political career has ebbed and flowed. I was never a big fan of her politics, but I'll give her credit for being consistent. I don't think Sandy...
  • Korber keeps rockin' for Lightning

    Korber keeps rockin' for Lightning
    Liana Korber is now in her third straight year playing at No. 1 singles for the Sage Hill School girls' tennis team. In a way it makes perfect sense. Korber definitely is her own individual. She's the one who wears the multicolor shoes while on court,...