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  • Shadia: Friendship goes beyond the politics

    I have friends from all sorts of backgrounds. But my friendship with Michelle Samani is the most shocking for an obvious reason: She's a lawyer, and I'm a journalist. And then there's this: Meesh — her nickname — is Jewish, and I'm Muslim....
  • Rallying around the 'Snoopy House'

    COSTA MESA — For some 44 years, the Jordan family has crafted an elaborate Charlie Brown-themed Christmas display outside of their Costa Mesa home. The doctor was in, with a Lucy cutout offering counseling. Charlie Brown and Sally clutched a...
  • The Harbor Report: Tips for the Christmas Boat Parade

    I felt honored to be part of the crew who delivered the Balboa Yacht Club's new Committee Boat from San Francisco to Marina del Rey. I wanted to make one shout-out to our captain, Richard DeWolf: "I will go to sea with you any time." Without a doubt,...
  • Musician's design hits right notes [Corrected]

    For University High School, money does grow on trees. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly stated the number of votes Lisa Xie's design got. It was 445, not 445,000. -------------------- At least, it does now since a...
  • City Life: Don't use 'tomorrow' as an excuse

    The transition from one year to the next is only the difference of a sunrise and the turn of a calendar page. The truth, though, is that there is no tomorrow. Tomorrow is only a promise, a fantasy, a myth that plays over and over each day, stringing...
  • Misty golden in China

    Misty May-Treanor posted a video on her Facebook page for all her fans, and titled it, "Off to the Finals!" In the video, she is riding on a bus approaching Chaoyang Park in Beijing, China, site of the beach volleyball competition at the 2008 Olympics....
  • Councilman's property vandalized

    COSTA MESA — Councilman Steve Mensinger found a sign posted in his yard and his truck vandalized, according to the official's Facebook page. "On a sad note of story that will not appear in the L.A. Times, our family was visited by a group of...
  • CdM Today: Condo development delayed until end of year

    The AERIE condominium development may have cleared the Coastal Commission and City Council after nearly three years of hearings and debate. But construction of the seven-unit building along Ocean Boulevard and Carnation Avenue won't begin until the end...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Cyclist's widow sues the city

    The widow and children of a cyclist killed last July on Spyglass Hill Road are suing the city of Newport Beach, along with two neighborhood associations and the driver of the truck that struck and killed Michael Nine. Nine, 43, of Santa Ana, was with a...
  • It's A Gray Area: Fundamentals are the answer to the recession

    The fledgling program TAP America is trying to strengthen the U.S. economy by encouraging people to buy more American products as a matter of patriotism; however, like so many other political proposals, it sounds like a nice idea, but it won't work. Just...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    TUESDAY TILL SATURDAY Treasure Hunters Road Show The Treasure Hunters Road Show stops by the Residence Inn Costa Mesa, 881 W. Baker St., offering antiques for collectors. For more information, call (217) 726-7590. TILL THURSDAY 'Sea Level' Southern...
  • Kayaking for kids' cause

    Kayaking for kids' cause
    COSTA MESA — Two local schoolteachers will attempt to paddle their way from Catalina Island to Newport Harbor for the second time to raise money for arts education. On July 16, two Paularino Elementary School teachers plan to make the 26-mile sea...