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  • Honeybaked Ham closes shop

    The Honeybaked Ham shop at 3700 E. Coast Hwy. in Corona del Mar has closed permanently, according to a sign in the window. "Customers were shocked," one Corona del Mar Today reader said on Facebook. "Workers were surprised but had known for a short...
  • Virgen: Julie was a 'positive force'

    Virgen: Julie was a 'positive force'
    These days many people don't know what to think of Julie Allen, the former Corona del Mar High School standout distance runner who is now at the center of a horrific 10-car accident. When I think of Julie, I think of the athlete. I also think of the...
  • Friday's Calendar

    FRIDAY Rummage Sale Mesa Verde United Methodist Church's youth are hosting a rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church, 1701 Baker St., Costa Mesa. The sale benefits the youth's work to help a Native American reservation. Call (714) 979-8234...
  • Saturday's Calendar

    SATURDAY Bath'stille Day The cheer and football teams from Costa Mesa and Estancia high schools are hosting a dog wash event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Bark Park parking lot at Arlington Drive and Newport Boulevard, TeWinkle Park. All dogs receive a...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Cities won't co-host cycling event

    The Newport Beach Bicycle Safety Committee won't pursue plans to co-host a ciclovia event with Costa Mesa, members decided at a Monday meeting. The idea for the event, which was first discussed in a May meeting, included joining forces with Costa Mesa to...
  • 18 degrees of latitude separation

     18 degrees of latitude separation
    ABOARD THE ALASKA EAGLE, at sea in the South Atlantic — We departed South Georgia Island on short notice. Our weather routers, New Hampshire-based Commanders' Weather, gave us an immediate "go" when we asked for a good departure date within the...
  • Bike ride to honor teen killed in fire

    More than 500 bicyclists plan to turn out for a memorial ride in honor of a 17-year-old Newport Beach High School student who died last week in a fire, according to the event's Facebook page. The ride in memory of Luke Upton, who died from his...
  • Costa Mesan takes top music award

    Costa Mesan takes top music award
    COSTA MESA — For the second year in a row, Costa Mesa vocalist Stacy Clark has taken home the prize for Best Pop Artist at the Orange County Music Awards. Clark, who thinks of herself as more folk than pop, was surprised by being recognized...
  • Finding her muse in a shoebox

    Corona del Mar High School senior McKenzie Brown recently earned international recognition for her artwork. But she did not take a traditional route. She designed an image for a shoebox. Brown, 18, participated in contest called BOX IT UP! for retail...
  • Time to learn about Lugo

    Time to learn about Lugo
    Who is Steffan Lugo? Some people in the opposing corner from him would like to know. At the Resort at Pelican Hill's Pelican Grill, he's the unassuming waiter. When he went to Newport Harbor High, he was the scrappy, skinny kid who never backed down...
  • The Harbor Report: Predictions and 'unofficial' standings in boat racing

    The Newport Harbor Yacht Club-Cabo Race 2011 starts Friday and Saturday. The thought of not being able to attend it pounds at my head louder than a hangover and a bad mariachi band. In this column, I also have the results for the Newport Hi Point...
  • Religious leaders encircle City Hall in prayer

    Religious leaders encircle City Hall in prayer
    COSTA MESA — With heads bowed and the rain pouring over them, local church leaders and hundreds of congregants encircled Costa Mesa City Hall in prayer Monday. Representing numerous faiths, they prayed in a show of support as the city recovers...