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  • Homemade altar serves as powerful reminder for recovering alcoholic

    Homemade altar serves as powerful reminder for recovering alcoholic
    Father Augustine Puchner splashed holy water on a 99-cent store plate imprinted with an image of the Virgin Mary. The pastor sprinkled crucifixes, a kneeling cherub, stones with words like "faith" etched in them and a gold-colored cross attached to a...
  • 'Writers on Writing' host knows of what she speaks

    'Writers on Writing' host knows of what she speaks
    If you want to strike up a conversation with an author of your choice, the words "Barbara DeMarco-Barrett says hi" may do the trick. The Newport Beach resident, who oversees the KUCI 88.9 FM program "Writers on Writing," has interviewed so many guests...
  • Community leader David Stiller dies at 78

    Community leader David Stiller dies at 78
    David Stiller, a longtime Costa Mesa resident known for his decades of service on a variety of city committees, has died. Stiller had been having health troubles for several weeks and died of natural causes at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital about 1...
  • From the Boathouse: Honoring heroes by the harbor

    Ahoy! "The war to end all wars" ended Nov. 11, 1918, when Germany signed the armistice agreement and surrendered to the Allies on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. The war didn't offically end until June 28, 1919, when the Treaty of...
  • On Theater: 'Tuna' makes a comic splash

    On Theater: 'Tuna' makes a comic splash
    Everything's bigger in Texas — except, perhaps, for the tiny town of Tuna, the state's third-smallest, where, as its motto states, the Lions Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies. More than three decades ago, three enterprising showmen...
  • Pop artist finds his indie side

    Pop artist finds his indie side
    It's a bit like the chicken and egg predicament. What comes first, lyrics or melody? There's no empirical answer for Jesse McCartney — the process varies. Although his songwriting is embedded in personal experiences and others he witnesses,...
  • KOCI airs measures V, EE debates

    KOCI 101.5 FM will air debates this week on the two major ballot measures before Newport-Mesa voters this election season. At 6 p.m. Tuesday, the Costa Mesa-based radio station will air a live debate on Measure V, Costa Mesa's city charter initiative....
  • Measure V debate hits the airwaves

    From within the smallest office of a six-story building near the edge of the city limits, voices on the topic of Costa Mesa's biggest debate were broadcast Tuesday night. KOCI 101.5 FM hosted a discussion about Measure V, the city charter initiative on...
  • On Theater: Two enduring shows offer comfort viewing

    Stretching stories around a number of already established songs from a single source isn't a particularly new approach. Over 50 years ago, Hollywood produced the Oscar-winning "An American in Paris" with all-George Gershwin music and created an enduring...
  • Woman hit by car crash debris dies

    COSTA MESA — A 23-year-old pedestrian has died of head injuries sustained when she was struck by debris from a car crash near South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa police confirmed Wednesday. Jessica Hoke, a recent UC Irvine graduate and Santa Ana...
  • KUCI deejay had magnetic personality

    KUCI deejay had magnetic personality
    IRVINE — On Friday afternoon about 200 people gathered at UC Irvine to celebrate the life of Jessica Hoke. The 23-year-old UCI alumna died Dec. 3, three days after car crash debris hit her while she walked to work at South Coast Plaza. Family,...
  • My Pet World: Doubts over Vick's contrition for dog fighting

    Mel never barks, except in his sleep. He shakes with terror when strangers enter the house. He has good reason to be fearful. Mel's previous owner was Michael Vick. Mel's detailed history is unknown. However, it's clear that he was used as a kind of dog-...