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  • OC Fair from the fruit's perspective

    OC Fair from the fruit's perspective
    For all the many temptations that the OC Fair offers, Lynsee DiMiceli sometimes enjoys nothing there more than air conditioning, a water cooler and a comfortable couch. In fact, she feels that way multiple times a day. The Fountain Valley High...
  • Briefly In Education: CdM sophomore at Global Youth Summit

    Briefly In Education: CdM sophomore at Global Youth Summit
    A Corona del Mar High School sophomore is representing California students at the Global Youth Summit on the future of medicine this week. Brandeis University in Massachusetts is hosting the summit, which runs through Saturday. Out of hundreds of...
  • Costa Mesa budget is higher, still balanced

    The Costa Mesa City Council approved 3 to 2 a nearly $140-million balanced budget for the next fiscal year, with some disagreement arising from last-minute changes to the capital improvements funding. Mayor Pro Tem Steve Mensinger won inclusion of three...
  • Mailbag: Make your voice heard on General Plan amendments

    You be the judge. Newport Beach voters have a chance to decide: car wash or another hotel? Height limits or no height limits? This issue is raised in the planned July 8 City Council vote on a new General Plan amendment that will allow more-intense...
  • A song for Sandy Hook

    A song for Sandy Hook
    "Hi, Mommy!" "Hi, baby, how ever are you?" "Oh, in heaven, everything is fine. There's no pain, sickness, sadness. What about on Earth?" "Well, there's all of that and we miss you terribly." "I miss you too, Mommy, but please smile for me. I see...
  • Newport Beach officials seek residents' input on location of community center

    Residents are split on two possible sites for a new community center in West Newport, according to the city's online poll. As of Thursday, the vote was split 48.8% to 43.8% for a site at a city utility yard at the end of 16th Street and a site at...
  • Public shifts council consideration of sites for new Newport community center

    Newport Beach City Council members on Tuesday crossed off one of two sites under consideration for a new community center in West Newport — and introduced a new alternative. With declining community support, the area at Superior Avenue and West...
  • The Latest: A poetic prescription; dissonance from Din

    Believing in Today Frank L. Meyskens Jr. Fithian Press; 77 pages If you are familiar with "Gates of Heaven," Errol Morris' classic documentary about pet cemeteries, you may recall the film's slogan: "Death is for the living and not for the dead so...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Ready for a triple-size library?

    Things may be happening on the library front. The city is considering exchanging the Costa Mesa/Donald Dungan Library (7,500 square feet) with the Neighborhood Community Center building, which would make the library three times as big. The meeting room...
  • New religious school could answer city's prayers

    A group interested in founding a private Christian high school in Newport Beach found a possible location at the site of their alma mater, a school that has since been converted into the West Newport Community Center. Newport Beach is hoping to get a...
  • Letters From the Editor: 2014's Feet to the Fire Forum series should sizzle

    When Orange County Register columnist Barbara Venezia and I met four years ago at the Balboa Yacht Club, we began an unlikely friendship. I say unlikely because we worked for competing papers. And she, to put it mildly, was as outgoing as her red hair...
  • Community center as new central library?

    Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer on Tuesday called for converting the Neighborhood Community Center into a large central library. If accomplished, the 24,000-square-foot downtown facility in Lions Park would be considerably larger than the other three...