RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

The LEGO Group

A collection of news and information related to The LEGO Group published by this site and its partners.

Top The LEGO Group Articles

Displaying items 25-36
  • Packages stolen off Newport doorsteps

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Grinch who tried to steal Christmas has been arrested, Newport Beach police announced Thursday. After receiving complaints from residents that their holiday packages delivered to their doorsteps were being stolen in recent...
  • The Crowd: Space and green totally go together

    The Crowd: Space and green totally go together
    Among the most fashionable folks attending Sept. 25's Discovery Science Center gala were a woman in a ball gown fashioned entirely of leaves, a petite gal in a little black cocktail dress made of a Hefty trash bag accented with a stole made of Swifter...
  • Check It Out: Classic children's toy expands to other media

    Many of us have fond memories of playing with Legos. The small, colorful, interconnecting blocks allowed us to stretch our imagination, use our creativity, and develop our fine motor skills. From mini figures to rubber wheels and everything in between,...
  • Nine new stores coming to South Coast Plaza

    A flurry of new business activity is coming to South Coast Plaza with the announcement of nine new stores coming this year to the shopping center in Costa Mesa, according to a press release. The new stores will include upscale garment retailers...
  • Friends of the Library: The report of the demise of libraries are hopefully false

    I have been reading a lot about libraries in the past few years. I have read that, because of the Internet and eBooks, they are likely to become extinct. And then I read that "it is a big mistake to confuse the future of books or publishing with the...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Master plan for libraries is important

    Money that was earmarked for a master plan for Costa Mesa's Library Services has instead been used to supplement Orange County funds for repairing the roof of the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library. When money is tight, I can understand this. However,...
  • Mall guide: South Coast Plaza

    Location: 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa, at the San Diego (405) Freeway and Bristol Street. Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday Known for: The largest shopping center in California,...
  • Friends of the Library: A central library on our horizon?

    Glimmers, at last, of a dream come true! On Jan. 31, the Costa Mesa City Council's study session included planning for the next five years. In that planning is a Library Master Plan for Costa Mesa, and a marker for debt financing to pay for a new...
  • Friends of the Library: Money granted to buy more e-books

    Those of you reading books electronically will be happy to know that the Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries has given the Orange County Public Libraries $1,000 to purchase more "best-seller" e-books. Costa Mesa's three libraries are branches of the...
  • Friends of the Library: Stock up now for Labor Day reading

    You bookworms out there might want to stock up on reads for the three-day weekend. Our three Costa Mesa libraries will be closed on Monday for the Labor Day holiday. The Mesa Verde Library, 2969 Mesa Verde Drive East, will offer these child-centered...
  • 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...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Internet valuable tool for accessing library resources

    The opening of school is fast approaching, and students will be doing research papers. Many will probably just use the Internet, grab some "facts" and let that be the total of their effort. I have heard teachers comment about this kind of reporting, and...