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  • Blessing the Boathouse

    Blessing the Boathouse
    Here he grows again. Clayton Peterson, the Costa Mesa native who took over a 1940s industrial building on the west side of town to record local bands, showcase his personal art collection and host a private venue, is now hoping to liven up the space...
  • Commentary: Current council represents city's past

    I run to represent Costa Mesa's future. The current City Council majority is now famous for saying that its rapid development throughout the city is designed to attract young professionals and families, but no one on the current council represents them;...
  • 1 injured in brass-knuckles attack at Volcom headquarters

    An attack with brass knuckles at Volcom's Costa Mesa headquarters late Wednesday left one person hospitalized, according to Costa Mesa police. Few details were available Thursday afternoon, but police said they responded around 11:40 p.m. Wednesday...
  • Panel runs through ideas for Fairview Park

    Fairview Park's citizens advisory committee continued its months-long examination of park additions Thursday, rejecting a slew of ideas for one area but hinting at additions for another. Eight voting members — Anna Vrska was absent —...
  • City may surveil public places

    Over the protests of opponents who called the idea Orwellian, the Costa Mesa City Council this week took a preliminary step toward placing security cameras in Fairview Park and other public places. The devices could monitor the Corporation Yard across...
  • Council agenda includes city charter

    The Costa Mesa City Council will begin the 2014-15 fiscal year Tuesday with a busy agenda that includes deciding whether to place a proposed city charter on the November ballot and add security cameras at Fairview Park and other city facilities. After...
  • Commentary: Mayor's opponents overlook improved Westside

    Re: "Proposed project hopes to lure young professionals to Costa Mesa's Westside," (June 21): It was a pleasant surprise to read that after all these years the Argo-Tech industrial site has found a suitable project that complies with the spirit and intent...
  • Fairview panel offers 3 ideas for park

    The Fairview Park Citizens Advisory Committee on Wednesday approved three suggestions for additions to the park, based on ideas the group generated earlier this year. A majority of the nine-member committee favored adding a community garden, information...
  • Hoyer takes top prize at Newport Surf Classic

    Hoyer takes top prize at Newport Surf Classic
    Josh Hoyer, a Newport Harbor High alumnus, won the Graduated Division title and $500 at the 15th annual Newport Surf Classic March 30 at 54th Street in Newport Beach. The surf event, which featured about 180 surfers of all ages, was the fundraiser for...
  • Skate league announces scholarships

    Skate league announces scholarships
    The National Scholastic Skateboarding League held its skate scholarship awards ceremony for current and former team members in or on their way to college. Jesus Acevedo, an Estancia High School junior, and Thomas Dougherty of UC Riverside each...
  • Walking the Westside of 'Costa Mayberry'

    Walking the Westside of 'Costa Mayberry'
    Just a few minutes before 5:30 a.m. Friday, in 42-degree weather, five residents pull into Estancia High School. One by one, they park their cars in the lot next to the campus tennis courts. It's still dark outside. Quiet. Most of the people who use...
  • A Penny board sold is a skill learned

    A Penny board sold is a skill learned
    When 12-year-old Corona del Mar Middle School student Jordan Pratt asked his parents for a trendy new skateboard, he was told that he'd have to work for it, but not by mowing lawns. Jordan could have his skateboard if he helped Diane Pratt, his mother,...