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  • Commentary: Mayor's opponents overlook improved Westside

    Re: "Proposed project hopes to lure young professionals to Costa Mesa's Westside," (June 21): It was a pleasant surprise to read that after all these years the Argo-Tech industrial site has found a suitable project that complies with the spirit and intent of the overlay zone in which the property is located. The project's screening review before the City Council was encouraging because the applicant did not ask for any substantial increases over what the city codes allow.
  • Virgen: What are the best places to watch World Cup in Newport-Mesa?

    Virgen: What are the best places to watch World Cup in Newport-Mesa?
    As a councilman and bar and restaurant owner Gary Monahan maintains a hectic schedule. But Thursday figures to be maddening, mainly in terms of business. World Cup begins, yet Monahan will be interested in more things than just the beautiful game. His...

    Audiences love these guys, yeah, yeah, yeah

    Audiences love these guys, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Week after week, Ron McNeil and his bandmates go onstage and impersonate four of the most beloved, admired, documented, mythologized, scrutinized, retailed and altogether idolized men of the last century. He's only too glad that he's not actually one of...

    Fair-trade goods offer alternative

    Fair-trade goods offer alternative
    As Nan Collett removed the items one by one from the stack of cardboard boxes, each one seemed to tell a story — and, in many cases, the story was about making a lot with a little. The chair of Harbor Christian Church's outreach ministry team on...

    He battles, but disease defeats him

    He battles, but disease defeats him
    Third of three parts. In Part 2 on Wednesday, Orange Coast College student Jon Ludlow decided to stop following his medication schedule, skipping some doses. His behavior became erratic when he stopped taking the prescriptions altogether. He hailed a...