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  • Off-duty Costa Mesa police officer killed in car crash

    Off-duty Costa Mesa police officer killed in car crash
    An off-duty Costa Mesa police officer was killed Tuesday night after his car crashed into a concrete pillar beneath the 55 Freeway, KTLA reported. The officer apparently was the only person in the vehicle, which crashed near the intersection of...
  • Wetlands habitat opens at Fairview Park

    Wetlands habitat opens at Fairview Park
    On a windswept bluff with rippling ponds behind them, local officials Wednesday afternoon celebrated the latest phase of a multiyear revitalization effort for Fairview Park. The Wetlands & Riparian Habitat takes up 37 acres of the 208-acre Costa Mesa...
  • A gastronomic battle royale (with tomatoes)

    COSTA MESA — As a dramatic soundtrack played, Killybrooke Elementary School students chopped, stirred and cooked healthy gastronomic masterpieces using the secret ingredient — tomatoes — in hopes of beating out the competition. Team...
  • JEAN MALLOW BOYD

    JEAN MALLOW BOYD
    JEAN MALLOW BOYD       Jean Mallow Boyd passed away on June 8, 2011, after a lengthy illness, at the age of 87.  She is survived by her loving daughter, Bonnie Jean Boyd-Orlando; niece, Carol Jean Wilson;  nephew, Robert L. Mallow; nephew, Michael...
  • Breaking down Measure V

    In the order of appearance in Measure V, here is an explanation of each section: Taxes: The city charter currently allows the city to tax property owners to meet its bond payments and its retirement benefits for city employees, to pay for libraries...
  • Lobdell: City on course for financial ruin

    I've learned the hard way to listen to John Moorlach. In 1994, when he was running for Orange County treasurer-tax collector, Moorlach walked into my office at the Daily Pilot with a foot-high stack of documents. "It's all here," said Moorlach, then a...
  • Classically Trained: Stories from a more musically golden age

    Classically Trained: Stories from a more musically golden age
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — No passersby recognized him, but I didn't find that surprising. They were too busy hustling to and from the last day of Oktoberfest celebrations at the Old World Village. But a few stopped momentarily to hear the group of five...
  • The Bell Curve: Calmer moments in World War II

    I was surfing through cable TV stations Wednesday, looking for a path to write about Veterans Day. I stumbled on "Hoosiers," a film based on the true story of five boys from the tiny Indiana farming community of Milan, who worked, played and bonded...
  • TLC showcases bridal beauty work

    Earlier this month, "Wedding Day Makeover" premiered on TLC. The show, which follows brides-to-be as they decide on their pre-wedding beauty regimen, will feature a local salon. Design Visage, a Newport Beach business near John Wayne Airport, was...
  • Lawsuit: 'Biggest Loser' salad dressing not as healthy as advertised

    A salad dressing made popular on the weight-loss reality television show "The Biggest Loser" is not nearly as healthy as advertised, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in Los Angeles. The lawsuit, filed Monday by New York resident and "Biggest...
  • PBS SoCal has groundbreaking event

    COSTA MESA — Signs that the new PBS SoCal building was still under construction were evident at a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for the public TV station's new headquarters. Ceiling tiles between lights were missing, and the building's inner...
  • On Theater: Center lifts curtain on 2011-12 season

    Oldies, newcomers and the 25th anniversary revival of arguably the greatest musical of all time dot the calendar of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts for its upcoming 2011-12 season — which, coincidentally, also is the center's 25th season. The...