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  • Pacific Amphitheatre poised to receive improvements

    COSTA MESA — Cementing the beginning of what will be a multiyear, $18-million-plus project, the Orange County Fair Board on Thursday plans to reaffirm the first $4.5 million in improvements to the Pacific Amphitheatre. Though cost estimates and a...
  • Warriors enjoying banner season

    Warriors enjoying banner season
    Woodbridge High has developed a reputation of success in cross country, but this season both the boys' and girl's teams are exceeding the expectations of many, including those of their coach. Warriors Coach George Varvas believes in his team and knows...
  • Apodaca: A career in the arts can be a 'Blast'

    When Megan Malloy was in middle school at Sierra Vista in Irvine, her music teacher took his students to see a production of "Blast," which combined elements of a marching band with dance and Broadway-style razzle-dazzle. Meggie, as her friends and...
  • OCC fills interim VP job

    COSTA MESA — Orange Coast College has named an education consultant and former Northern California community college administrator as its interim vice president of instruction. Ron Johnson will take over the role until a permanent replacement can...
  • Bryant divorce: Residents speculate Kobe's next move

    NEWPORT COAST — The recent split between Lakers star Kobe Bryant and his wife of 10 years, Vanessa Bryant, had some local fans wondering whether the shooting guard would consider a move to another team or suffer performance issues on the court. The...
  • Sweet prince and Santa visit OCC

    Celebrate Christmas with frozen treats, the Peppermint Prince, and of course, the big guy. Santa is coming to Orange Coast College for its Repertory Theatre Company's An Old-Fashioned Melodrama and Ice Cream Social two weekends in December. The show...
  • Blue Man: something for everyone

    Blue Man: something for everyone
    Blue Man has a bit of something for everyone, from the avid intellectual thinker to adrenaline junkies. Blue Man Group Theatrical Tour, which runs through Sunday at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, is known for celebrating universal...
  • High School Football All-League: Newport duo stands out in Sunset

    High School Football All-League: Newport duo stands out in Sunset
    Newport Harbor High senior safety Titus Hasson earned the Sunset League Defensive Back of the Year award and senior teammate Steve Michaelsen shared the Defensive Lineman of the Year award after the two standouts for the second straight year led the...
  • Classically Trained: Pacific Chorale provides musical joy for holidays

    One thing I find so wonderful about the Pacific Chorale is that it's made up of our county's neighbors and our friends, maybe even our family. On select nights these varied folks, most of them volunteers, sing gloriously without the help of today's...
  • High School Football Dream Team: Lawson credits line for success

    High School Football Dream Team: Lawson credits line for success
    Brent Lawson's favorite trips came on game days with his offensive line during lunchtime at Corona del Mar High. Up to five linemen piled into Lawson's SUV before they piled food on their plates. Somehow, they fit inside every time before Lawson drove...
  • Girls' Volleyball Dream Team: Sary hangs tough for Sailors

    Girls' Volleyball Dream Team: Sary hangs tough for Sailors
    Cinnamon Sary found it hard to stand on her own two feet at the end of her final volleyball match on the Newport Harbor High court. The senior needed a hand to get up, yet no one was around at first to help her. The problem was practically everyone else...
  • Classically Trained: 'Bond' themes featured by Pacific Symphony

    Call him Davis. Carl Davis. The American conductor-composer this week will be leading the Pacific Symphony in its last pops concert series of the season, "The Music of Bond. James Bond." Dubbed "a license to thrill," the 8 p.m. concerts Thursday through...