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  • Apodaca: The Spielbergs-to-be show off at festival

    I'm going to let you in on one of the best entertainment values in town: the Newport Beach Film Festival's Youth Film Showcase. The youth showcase, a regular feature of the festival since 2005, is a collection of short films made entirely by kids. High-...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Get interior-decorator quality stock for 50% off

    The 45,000-square-foot Showplace South interior design showroom at 3020 Pullman St., Costa Mesa, established in 1975, is having a going-out-of-business sale. If you've ever hired an interior decorator, there's a good chance they bought their stock here....
  • Costa Mesa skate team takes over

    The Costa Mesa High skate team is dominating the OC Skateboarding League school teams series this season. Costa Mesa skated against rival Estancia High School, and three other high school skate teams: Northwood, San Clemente and Mission Viejo on Friday...
  • Briefs: UCI ace collects plaudits

    UC Irvine junior Matt Summers, who threw a no-hitter against Long Beach State Friday, has been named National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball, as well as Pitcher of the Week by the Big West Conference. Summers struck out five, walked one and...
  • Skating past the competition

    Costa Mesa High School's skateboarding team took first place in an OC Skateboarding League contest Friday at Volcom Skate Park in Costa Mesa. The team competed against three other high school teams — Northwood, San Clemente and Mission Viejo....
  • Skaters in own league

    Dominick Walker graduated from Costa Mesa High last week. The diploma signifies the work Walker did in the classroom. Anyone who watches Walker on the skateboard doesn't need similar written documentation to be aware of his skills. He is one of the...
  • Eating away at your carbon footprint

    Eating away at your carbon footprint
    COSTA MESA — Following a "low-carbon diet" would help reduce the Earth's carbon footprint, but it can also taste better, Vera Chang said. To prove her point, she brought in small plastic glasses filled with orange juice and orange soda and two...
  • Harlan: Public parks are valued community assets

    Like some of the City Council candidates, I was disappointed that Costa Mesa United decided to cancel its planned Sept. 21 forum to discuss youth sports in our community. Although this is not a topic that everyone cares about, or has a special interest...
  • 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,...
  • Swanson goes big on snow

    Sammy Swanson has goals that reach as high as the mountains he has shredded on his trusty snowboard, including one day becoming a Winter Olympian and X Games competitor. So far, as he's proven himself as among the nation's elite in the sport, it...
  • Harlan: Business tax spike would not hurt city

    Late in the evening July 17, after the Costa Mesa City Council voluntarily handcuffed the community to an unconscionable contract with Newport Banning Ranch LLC, the council quietly tightened its grip by purposeful inaction. This time, the council...
  • Skateboarding league opens with bang

    COSTA MESA — Students from 10 different Orange County and San Diego teams kicked off the National Scholastic Skateboarding League's season at Volcom's outdoor skatepark in Costa Mesa on Jan. 27. The first of two rounds saw teams from Costa Mesa,...