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  • It's the year of the dollar at plaza

     It's the year of the dollar at plaza
    A giant snake sat coiled in the center of South Coast Plaza's Jewel Court, keeping watch over a bounty of oversized coins, lush flowers and stacks of oranges. In its clutches was a glittering bronze fan, and red paper lanterns suspended from bamboo...
  • Something 'Wicked' this way returns

    Something 'Wicked' this way returns
    Napoleon Gladney is no stranger to wearing several hats. A tree, emotions, the wind, a prince, a vampire, and even music notes — these are just a few roles that the Los Angeles-based professional dancer has enacted. Now, as part of the...
  • Donald Eugene Elder

    Donald Eugene Elder
    DONALD E. ELDER, FORMER NEWPORT BEACH VICE-MAYOR, DIES Donald Eugene Elder, 86, passed away on January 27, 2013 at his home in Balboa.  Don was born May 27, 1926 in Los Angeles to Eugene ‘Gene’ and Helen (Morse) Elder. Don was a lifelong...
  • Wish granted for ailing boy

    Wish granted for ailing boy
    Dashiell Codd went to Disneyland with his family Monday. It was part of the 5-year-old's dream that was being fulfilled through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He started off bashful and nervous in the park, his mother, Pam, said. He's always been that...
  • Commentary: JWA continues to threaten our quality of life

    During the 1950s, Southern California culture was ablaze with anything considered chic, sophisticated and novel. Artists, designers and architects were pushing boundaries in style, design, architecture and invention. World War II was over, and the...
  • Smith: Maybe Disney has the solution

    What a difference a few thousand miles can make. In Newport Beach, some locals are trying to ban the use of the beach fire rings, citing the potential health hazards from the smoke. In Florida, they're practically begging us to start beach fires. Last...
  • Virgen's View: Misty & Kerri still winning

    Virgen's View: Misty & Kerri still winning
    A TV reporter had a question prepared for Mark Burnette and each of his family members Monday morning near a volleyball net on the sand at Huntington Beach Pier. She started with the youngest, and cutest, Burnette, Carinne, a 7-year-old who came with her...
  • Smith: Engage your community by voting

    Regardless of how Costa Mesa voters cast their ballots Nov. 6, there is good news. Of the seven cities in the county that have populations larger than Costa Mesa, none had a higher voter turnout. In the city of Orange, 41% of the residents voted in the...
  • Cancer families to make 'Great Escape'

    Some Southland families will get a special treat Saturday, thanks to the ingenuity of a couple of Newport Beach businessmen. Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor Paul Glowienke and Financial Representative Nate Fikse are giving 40 families a "Great...
  • Commentary: It's time to improve troubled motels

    We as a city are doing everything in our power to turn our problem motels into good neighbors. For far too long, we've allowed a dozen motels along Newport and Harbor boulevards to operate in a manner at odds with the community good. The motels —...
  • Commentary: Beating the nature out of Fairview Park

    Apparently a well-worn foot trail near the vernal pools in Fairview Park was being used by kids to get to school. It was the sort of trail that one often finds across empty lots as people naturally take the shortest distance between two points. Under...
  • Warm stays at the Kon Tiki

    Warm stays at the Kon Tiki
    Third story in an occasional series about Costa Mesa's troubled motels. In the fleeting years that the Markel family lived on Harbor Boulevard, visitors to their tropical-themed Kon Tiki Motel brought their bathing suits — not the police. Just a...