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  • Eight minutes for excellence: Surf City Student Film Festival

    Eight minutes for excellence: Surf City Student Film Festival
    They share a love of filmmaking, and for one night, Huntington Beach Union High School District students will present their work on the big screen during the fifth annual Surf City Student Film Festival. The 42 films, submitted in January by students...
  • From brush to balance sheet

    From brush to balance sheet
    The art instructor walked around an extended glass top table and instructed the young artists to pick up their paintbrushes and blend ink colors onto drawing paper. "Get those ink colors flowing," she said. Bright oranges and pinks were swirled...
  • Delicate snowflake as durable art

    Delicate snowflake as durable art
    It snows year-round for Costa Mesa resident Cole McLaughlin. The artist, who grew up designing and working in his family's precision sheet metal business, decided to combine his love for snow and metal-making expertise into creating giant snowflake...
  • Pacific Symphony to pay tribute to Leonard Bernstein

    Carl St.Clair can pinpoint the last moment he saw Leonard Bernstein. The two had just conducted a show together at the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts, and Bernstein, who had trusted his own composition to St.Clair's baton, urged him to attend...
  • Off Center Festival at Segerstrom looks to entertain and provoke

     Off Center Festival at Segerstrom looks to entertain and provoke
    Since becoming president of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in 2006, Terry Dwyer has been on a mission to make the venue affordable, intriguing and inviting — even a little off once in a while. While the center delivers well on the popular...
  • Apodaca: It's hard to deny: Sports rule

    "Why did you raise me to like sports?" That's a text I received from my son after his alma mater suffered a painful loss during the football season, which ends with the Jan. 12 national championship game. It was a rhetorical question, but he had a...
  • The Crowd: Season comes alive with MenAlive

    The Crowd: Season comes alive with MenAlive
    MenAlive, Orange County's 100-member gay men's chorus, welcomed the holiday season with an old-fashioned Christmas musical celebration last week at the Irvine Barclay Theatre. The program was a retro journey back to the 1950s, paying homage to the...
  • Commentary: Net neutrality would ensure an even playing field

    Net neutrality is quite literally one of most important issues of the decade. I've been involved with software development and computer networking my entire life. I am the owner of a small software company and also very involved with politics on all...
  • Local sports hits the small screen

    The public-access stations in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach are producing a new local sports television show. "Newport-Mesa SportScene" is being hosted by Daily Pilot Sports Editor Steve Virgen and Costa Mesa Television's Dane Bora. "I'm very excited...
  • From the Boathouse: Enjoy blue ocean on Black Friday

    Ahoy! Next week is Thanksgiving, which means it is time once again to cut your docklines and flee to the water to avoid the fanatical holiday shoppers on Black Friday. Although Black Friday is not the busiest time of the year for retailers, it does...
  • A 'Curious' saga, from camp to curtain

    Ask Ryan Schneider about producing the independent film that will premiere at Lido Live theater in Newport Beach next Thursday, and he'll sum up the moviemaking process in one sentence. "Every dream and desire just happened," he said Wednesday afternoon...
  • 'Zealot' at SCR continues playwright's topical work

     'Zealot' at SCR continues playwright's topical work
    Given how quickly circumstances change around the globe, Theresa Rebeck's new play may evoke some unplanned responses when it premieres at South Coast Repertory. But if it does, Rebeck has been there before — and so has Marc Masterson, the Costa...