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  • Wednesday's Calendar

    WEDNESDAY Mixing It Up The Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach Chambers of Commerce hold a joint mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Seasons 52, 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa. Members pay $10 and prospective members pay $20 to get in. For more information,...
  • Letter urges Fair Board to maintain swap meet contract

    COSTA MESA — An attorney for the Orange County Fairgrounds' weekend swap meet operator urged in a letter that the Fair Board reconsider its decision to terminate his client's lease. The letter, sent this week to the board by attorney Ruben Smith,...
  • Newport council vote reorganizes City Attorney's office

    NEWPORT BEACH — In a cost-saving move, the City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to reorganize the City Attorney's office. The staffing changes eliminate three positions: two vacant administrative roles and one deputy city attorney. The...
  • Panel: Economy stalled, but O.C. doing better than most

    NEWPORT BEACH — Economic predictions for the coming year are heavy with "doom and gloom," but Orange County is faring better than many areas and loans are available for small-business owners, according to experts speaking at the Newport Beach...
  • Fun Zone preservation groups appear on Facebook

    A Balboa Fun Zone preservationist has started a Facebook campaign to halt plans for ExplorOcean, the ocean-themed educational center that would essentially replace the 1930s-era amusement park. James Pobog, 60, joins a small and growing group of old-...
  • Letters From The Editor: We are bringing back sudoku

    It seemed like a good way for the newspaper to save a little money: Drop sudoku from the Daily Pilot and refer readers to the similar puzzle in the Los Angeles Times. It wasn't. I've never received so many complaints on a single issue since becoming...
  • Classically Trained: Trumpeting a remarkable career

    Classically Trained: Trumpeting a remarkable career
    Years ago, Barry Perkins brought his trumpet south of the border. Unlike most Americans who just travel to Mexico for tequila-filled good times, he went for a job, and a prestigious one at that: a seat in the Mexico City Philharmonic. The audition...
  • Classically Trained: Fresh concert season is here

    There's a new performance space in town, and judging by what's planned for the opening night, it's off to a good start. The Soka Performing Arts Center has called upon the Pacific Symphony to take center stage at the center's grand opening at 8 p.m....
  • Friends of the Library: Check out the Mesa Verde bookstore

    Dedicated members of Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries and volunteers at the Mesa Verde bookstore descended on Mesa Verde Library earlier this month to assist at a two-day used-book sale, one of which was a buck-a-bag sale day. A customer was so...
  • Thursday's Calendar

    Thursday's Calendar
    THURSDAY China Expert Greg Autry, a business professor at UC Irvine and author of "Death by China," will be the guest speaker at the October meeting of the Newport Harbor Republican Women. The event is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Pacific Club,...
  • Jitterbugs welcomed

    The Foundation for Neurosciences, Stroke and Recovery hosted "A Casino and Swing Dance Party with a Purpose" on Friday at the OASIS Senior Center. Many guests wore swing-era attire to the fundraiser dinner, which had a speakeasy theme, period music by...
  • Rohrabacher on Iraq: 'That reality should be facing us now'

    Whether they're just saying it for political gain or from bad advice, the current crop of GOP presidential candidates are wrong to criticize plans to pull out of Iraq by the end of the year, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) said this week. First on...