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  • Group changes name of Fun Zone protest

    Students organizing a Saturday demonstration to preserve the Fun Zone have disassociated themselves from the Occupy movement. Organizer Courtney Brown, a Corona del Mar High School sophomore, changed the name from Project: Occupy the Fun Zone to Project:...
  • Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate

     Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate
    If you were to tune out the din of numerous voices talking shop this weekend at the National Assn. of Realtors Conference & Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, which is expected to draw nearly 18,000 people in the real estate business from all over the...
  • 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...
  • Editorial: Museum should pay homage to old Fun Zone

    We understand and respect preservationists' desire to restore a key section of the Balboa Fun Zone to the grandeur of its heyday. We too miss the Scary and Dark Ride, the bumper cars, the merry-go-round and other amusements on the site where the Newport...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    TILL DEC. 16 'Things That Keep Me Up at Night' Orange Coast College's Doyle Arts Pavilion hosts an exhibit featuring memorable images from 20 artists. Admission to the "Things That Keep Me Up at Night" exhibit is free. An opening reception is from 6...
  • Sage Hill alumni make Forbes list

    Two recent graduates of Newport Coast private school Sage Hill were named in Forbes magazine's "30 under 30 list." Mark Ramadan, 25, was recognized in the category of food and wine and Matthew Schlicht, 23, for social and mobile. Ramadan is the co-...
  • A View From The Mesa: Greetings acknowledge our existence

    On a recent morning, as I walked my dog, I greeted neighbors on their way to work. I heard Gaby yell across the street, waving vigorously, "Good morning, Florinda," as her neighbor passed by. I asked one of the kids at the bus stop about Whittier...
  • Students shine at Les Miller event

     Students shine at Les Miller event
    Impressive. Incredible. Amazing. These are words to describe the scholars and student-athletes honored at the 33rd annual Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards presented by the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce on Friday morning at the Costa Mesa Hilton....
  • Mailbag: Privatizing TeWinkle fields will hurt Mesa del Mar

    The community of Mesa del Mar, located between the Orange County Fairgrounds and Baker Street in Costa Mesa, has been a great place to live for many years, 34 in my case. I've raised three sons here and spent many idyllic hours with my grandson, age 5...
  • Couple faces charges of attempted murder

    A teenage couple was arraigned in a Newport Beach court Friday on charges that they conspired to murder a friend and left threatening messages on the friend's Facebook page, authorities said. Jessica Gascon, 18, of Santa Ana pleaded not guilty to...
  • L.A. Times honors community newspapers

    LOS ANGELES — Three members of the staff who produce the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and Coastline Pilot won Los Angeles Times Editorial Awards banquet Thursday night. Times Community News (TCN) South employees Mona Shadia, Barry...
  • Pilot Cup boys' 5-6 gold division: Pomona makes history

    Pilot Cup boys' 5-6 gold division: Pomona makes history
    COSTA MESA — It was a joyous celebration after the Pomona Elementary boys' fifth- and sixth-grade gold division team made history Sunday afternoon at the Daily Pilot Cup. Family members made a huge human tunnel, one that stretched out to near...