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Recreational and Sporting Goods Industry

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  • 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...
  • Corona del Mar Today

    Median Sign To Go Back To City Council Striking a balance between what looks like bedsheets hanging between two saggy poles and a $42,000 electronic message board, the Corona del Mar Business Improvement District board approved a new sign proposal...
  • 'Julius Caesar' performed free at park

    Freebie of the Week: It's time for one of our favorite weekends — filled with Newport Beach's free annual outdoor Shakespeare by the Sea productions! Catch political thriller "Julius Caesar" at 7 p.m. Saturday and classic comedy "Twelfth Night" at 7...
  • City seeks permit, designers for Marina project

    Editor's note: This corrects the name of the mobile home park. A six-year-old plan to turn public property that currently houses 53 mobile homes into a more public-use friendly space is moving forward as the city prepares to award a service agreement...
  • In Theory

    A recent installment of "In Theory" focused on a project by a Muslim group to build a YMCA-like community center a block from the old World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan. The project's promoters in the Muslim community said they didn't see this...
  • OC Now: Disneyland hikes admission

    ANAHEIM — It will soon cost you more to visit the "The Happiest Place on Earth." Admission prices to Disneyland are going up $4 this week. Starting Thursday, the price of a one-day, one-park ticket will increase from $72 to $76, resort...
  • First wave of Ghetto Juice rolls on out

    The U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach may be better known for launching the careers of up and coming surfers, but for surf industry veterans Skip Snead and Joe McElroy the tournament served as the perfect backdrop Friday for debuting their new...
  • Council, residents discuss uses for City Hall site

    Editor's note: This version includes the final paragraph missing from an earlier version. NEWPORT BEACH — The City Hall site will likely become some combination of housing, a community center, and public plaza once it's vacated for the new Civic...
  • Council OKs early plans for City Hall site

    NEWPORT BEACH — Setting the stage for the renovation of Lido Marina Village and the reuse of the current City Hall site, the Newport Beach City Council approved a preliminary plan Tuesday that calls for market-rate housing, a community center and...