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  • Missing signs causing uproar

    COSTA MESA — Politics boiled over into other areas of city life this week, as the Orange County Employees Assn. found itself having to explain why a private investigator was questioning parents of high school football players about missing...
  • Apodaca: Protesters did it right at Fun Zone

    Freedom of speech is a beautiful thing. It's too bad that we often muck it up by either trying to stifle it or exploit it for cynical aims. How refreshing then, that a group of local, wet-behind-the-ears teenagers got it so right. I'm referring to the...
  • Christopher John Myers Darling

    Christopher John Myers Darling
    Christopher John Myers Darling July 21, 1971 – July 20, 2011   Christopher died unexpectedly on July 20th with his family by his side. He had somehow contracted necrotizing fasciitis (flesh eating bacteria) and it shut down his body very quickly...
  • Family of missing kayaker seeks public's help

    Family members of a missing Huntington Beach kayaker are handing out flyers, continuing the search for the 53-year-old man who hasn't been seen since Aug. 3. The family of Marc Cross created a Facebook page and flyers in an effort to locate the...
  • City Life: School district honors military service with new page

    The Chicago Public Schools website doesn't have this fantastic page, nor do the websites for the New York City Department of Education, the San Diego Unified School District or the Dallas Independent School District. You won't find a similar page for...
  • She says there's '365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa'

    She says there's '365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa'
    COSTA MESA — When you're done reading this article, real estate insider Holly Schwartz has 365 ideas for what to do with the rest of your day. As author of 365 Things to Do in Costa Mesa, a Torelli Realty blog that highlights local events, places...
  • Pizzeria Mozza to dish it up in Newport

    Pizzeria Mozza, a Los Angeles eatery popular with the foodie set, plans to open a new location at 800 W. Coast Hwy. in Newport Beach, according to the restaurant's Facebook page. "This 3,500-square-foot restaurant will be the second in Southern...
  • Irvine may move cheerleader's impromptu memorial

    A memorial at the site of where a drunk driver allegedly killed a 14-year-old Irvine cheerleader may be moved at the request of some residents, the victim's family said. Ashton Sweet was killed May 29 in a car crash at Culver Drive and Irvine Boulevard...
  • Owners finally stepping away from The Helm

    A long-time Costa Mesa dive bar, The Helm, is set to shutter Saturday after its landlord chose not to renew the business' lease. According to Dana Couch, a 24-year employee, the bar is set to shutter at 2 a.m. Saturday. The bar at 1824 Newport Blvd. has...
  • Steinberg: Can you finish reading this?

    I decided to take a break from finishing a book project on parenting youth athletes to escape to the sanctuary of 24 Fitness. There were a series of patrons in front using their cellphones. I heard "pig iron" transactions conducted in the locker room...
  • Actor goes from 'Web Site Story' to 'West Side Story'

    Actor goes from 'Web Site Story' to 'West Side Story'
    Newport Beach-born actor Kyle Harris wasn't a fan of "West Side Story" while growing up in Orange County, but the musical has since touched his life again and again. He was selected for the leading role of Tony in the show's touring Broadway production...
  • Construction equipment stolen from The Helm

    COSTA MESA — Thieves broke into The Helm and stole construction equipment being used to transform the now-closed Newport Boulevard dive bar into a chic lounge, police said Tuesday. Costa Mesa police believe three suspects forced open a secured door...