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  • Muslim worker taken off Disneyland's schedule

    ANAHEIM — A Muslim woman who is fighting for the right to wear her religious scarf to her hostess job at Disneyland has been taken off the schedule. Disney officials say they stopped putting Imane Boudlal on the schedule during the ongoing issue....
  • Mailbag: Disneyland dress code distress is making Mickey 'ashamed'

    Imane Boudlal was given compromises and different positions with Disneyland where she could wear what she wanted ("OC Now: Muslim worker taken off Disney's schedule," Aug. 25). Instead, she refused and did so very visibly in front of her entourage...
  • In Theory: Freedom of religion at Disneyland

    A female Muslim worker at Disneyland, Imane Boudlal, made headlines by becoming embroiled in a dispute with her employer about whether she could wear her hijab, an Islamic head scarf, to her job as a hostess at the amusement park. Boudlal, who has filed a...
  • Newport women take top business honors

    COSTA MESA — Three Newport Beach women will be honored for transforming their dreams into thriving businesses at the 15th annual Remarkable Women Awards dinner Oct. 5. The Orange County Chapter of the National Assn. of Women Business Owners chooses...
  • Debate tackles topics of the day

    COSTA MESA — Thursday night's Feet to the Fire Forum, a candidates' debate organized by Orange County media, began with an issue right out of recent headlines: Planning Commissioner Jim Righeimer's decision to get out of his car during a DUI...
  • Frog House faces closure

    The Frog House surf shop, the second-oldest surf shop in Orange County, might have to close its doors because of residential zoning laws. The shop has been at its Newport Shores location since 1962. A few years later, in the 1970s, the land was zoned for...
  • Group goes online with Frog House support

    Ever since word hit the streets that the legendary surf shop, The Frog House, might have to close its doors because of zoning restrictions, locals have been chatting about the possible loss of a Newport Shores icon. They've now taken this chatter to...
  • Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard Stevens dies

    Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard Stevens dies
    Richard S. Stevens — co-owner and president of the Balboa Bay Club in the 1960s and 1970s, a commissioner for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and developer of resorts and clubs throughout the world — died at home early Thursday morning in his...
  • The 'Beauty' of returning home

    The 'Beauty' of returning home
    While stacking "Beauty and the Beast" dolls, board games and Christmas ornaments on shelves at the Disneyland Emporium back in 1991, Christopher Spencer had no idea what his future held. Today, he is touring the country as Maurice, Belle's inventor...
  • City asks district: Can we lower rent?

    Costa Mesa officials want to continue operating the Balearic Community Center into next year, but they probably could not afford the lease with the city's projected budget deficit. The city is talking with the Newport-Mesa Unified School District,...
  • Estancia High senior helps war veterans

    Nicole Irigoyen, a senior at Estancia High School in Costa Mesa, has been spending quite a bit of time in a different sort of place for her senior class project. It's depressing but at times uplifting. The sad stories come at her full force, but so do...
  • Making wishes true

    Jetsun Jacobs' whole life changed at age 8 when suddenly his left eye stopped moving. He was diagnosed with bone cancer. The tumor the size of a lemon was discovered, but a heavy dose of medication wiped it away in six months. But the bouts of...