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  • Bidding for renewal

    Bidding for renewal
    NEWPORT BEACH — Venus de Milo reproductions have been rescued and repaired before, but in the case of one local garden, this plaster Aphrodite has never looked so "green." The repurposed classical reproduction at Irene Dunlap's Newport Beach...
  • Briefs

    UCI's Kopf honored UC Irvine senior Lexi Kopf, who scored two game-winning goals in a pair of tournament wins for the women's soccer team last weekend, has been named National Player of the Week by the National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America. Kopf, a...
  • The Crowd: Friends of Santa Ana Zoo raise $80,000

    It is a small and wonderful community zoo. Friends of the Santa Ana Zoo gathered within the compound on Saturday night to celebrate another year with our fur-covered friends sharing the planet. The passion and the purpose of the zoo staff, led by...
  • Pacific Amphitheatre poised to receive improvements

    COSTA MESA — Cementing the beginning of what will be a multiyear, $18-million-plus project, the Orange County Fair Board on Thursday plans to reaffirm the first $4.5 million in improvements to the Pacific Amphitheatre. Though cost estimates and a...
  • Berardino: City is not to be trusted

    COSTA MESA — Calling the city's leadership untrustworthy, Orange County Fair Board member Nick Berardino managed to extricate Costa Mesa city officials from the fairgrounds' negotiations with a classic car auction that seeks to expand its...
  • Mailbag: It's Berardino that Costa Mesa cannot trust

    I was shocked and angered to read Joseph Serna's story "Berardino: City is not to be trusted" on Dec. 15 in which union boss and recent Orange County Fair Board appointee Nick Berardino moved to cut Costa Mesa's ties with the annual Barrett-Jackson auto...
  • The sky's the limit

    The sky's the limit
    COSTA MESA — They call this a "tent." The people who brought the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction to Costa Mesa last summer have started preparing for an even bigger show this year. Barrett-Jackson's second annual Orange County Collector...
  • Saturday's Calendar

    Saturday's Calendar
    SATURDAY United Nations Assn. The Orange County chapter of the United Nations Assn. hosts guest speaker professor Jim Stanbery of Harbor College at the Irvine Heritage Library, 14361 Yale Ave., Irvine. His presentation is titled "Why the U.N. is...
  • Fun Zone carousel listed on EBay

    Fun Zone carousel listed on EBay
    Among the iPods, cameras, family heirlooms and bestsellers being auctioned off on EBay, online shoppers can now bid on a Newport Beach landmark: the Balboa Fun Zone carousel. The iconic merry-go-round has been placed on the auction block with an opening...
  • Auction attracts auto lovers

    Auction attracts auto lovers
    Everyone from serious auto collectors to families snapping pictures of their dream cars packed the OC Fair & Event Center on Saturday for the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction. During its inaugural Orange County auction last year, Barrett-Jackson —...
  • The Crowd: Breathing life into cystic fibrosis fundraising

    The 28th annual gala in Newport Beach on behalf of cystic fibrosis research and a cure raised an impressive $603,000 net. More than 400 generous guests in early summer black tie and glitter helped to gather the significant sum, via underwriting and...
  • Community Commentary: Fairgrounds play a big role in kids' lives

    Now that the 4th District Court of Appeal has decided to stop the sale of the Orange County Fair & Event Center, let's hope the adults will quit fighting over the future of the fairgrounds so we can get back to what we do best: provide great educational...