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  • Comedian performed in duo for '60s, '70s TV

    Comedian performed in duo for '60s, '70s TV
    Comedian Bill Skiles, one half of the Skiles and Henderson comedic team with Newport-Mesa roots who went on to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show," "The Tonight Show" and other TV programs in the 1960s and 70s, has died. He was 79. Skiles died of kidney...
  • Smoking ban passes 4-1

    COSTA MESA — The City Council gave preliminary approval this week to an ordinance that would ban smoking at all city parks. Going along with a Parks and Recreation Commission recommendation, the council in a 4-1 vote Tuesday night approved the...
  • UCI's Anteater is No. 4 most lovable mascot

    Although many locals already know the charm of UC Irvine's Peter the Anteater, now Reader's Digest backs up his likeability in a new poll. Its May "Best Of America" issue spotlights everything from quirky townspeople to favorite eateries and, of course,...
  • Gefilte fish with a touch of soy

    Gefilte fish with a touch of soy
    A Newport Beach man's painted impression of his wife's Jewish cooking won him first place in the professional category at a recent Jewish art competition. Max Yamada placed first in the My Jewish Journey contest at the Merage Jewish Community Center of...
  • Carnett: Costa Mesa High's class of '62 fueled by many firsts

    Costa Mesa High School's first graduating class — the class of 1962 — will hold its 50th reunion in September. The class of '62, of which I'm a proud member, was unique in that it was the school's lead class all four years on campus. We...
  • 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...
  • City celebrates sun-powered center

     City celebrates sun-powered center
    Taking advantage of the longest day of the year, Costa Mesa on Monday celebrated the installation of solar panels on the roof of the Neighborhood Community Center. Costa Mesa entered into a power purchase agreement with Foster City, Calif.-based...
  • Father's Day Letters

    Dad, Thank you for your years of love, guidance and support. I couldn't have reached my goals without you! Go, Bruins!! Happy Father's Day. Love, Noelle A. Park Hi Dad, GC here on behalf of all your kids and grandkids. It's been six months...
  • The family that stays together

    About 11 years ago, distress took over the Toone family after a hard hit in the game of football. Tim Toone, now known as Mr. Irrelevant XXXV, worried for his older brother, Chris, who was speared in the back. Chris's spleen burst and he experienced...
  • Toon(e)town for one day

     Toon(e)town for one day
    TUSTIN — Inside a 17-story hangar, Tim Toone stood next to the Goodyear blimp for the first time. He never saw one hover above football games at Weber State when he played at the school in Ogden, Utah. Toone said he now knows why after talking...