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  • Who killed the composer?

    Who killed the composer?
    COSTA MESA — It was a whodunit murder mystery and everyone was a suspect. From the concertmaster dressed as a cook, to the bikers playing the bass instruments, to the violins and violas, no one was above suspicion. The murderer was the conductor,...
  • Farewell to a phenomenon

    Farewell to a phenomenon
    "Riverdance," the first Irish dance show ever, will bid fans farewell after 16 years of highly-fueled, hard-shoe footwork that has torn up stages worldwide. During a limited Orange County engagement, "The Riverdance Farewell Tour" will play this...
  • Dancer works his legs in 'Riverdance'

    Some of us relax at the end of the work day with a glass of iced tea. Padraic Moyles prefers a bucket of ice. Moyles stars in "Riverdance," the original Irish dance phenomenon that first swept through the world in the mid-1990s and sparked many...
  • Classically Trained: Music pulls audience into a 'Space Odyssey'

    It was a pleasant concert with a clever name. Sometimes the audience was in awe. Other times everybody just relaxed and watched the world go by — literally, in this case. The Pacific Symphony's "2011: A Space Odyssey" concert on Oct. 20, in...
  • Mighty, mighty Mesa

    Mighty, mighty Mesa
    COSTA MESA — Costa Mesa High football Coach Wally Grant has stressed much of the season that the Mustangs can do more than just run the ball. Teams that think otherwise would be wise to study senior quarterback Nathan Alvis' performance Friday...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    TUESDAY Green Clothes "Considered," an art exhibition of environmentally friendly clothes designed by students at the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, continues at Hurley's H Space Gallery, 1945 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa. The gallery is...
  • CdM clinches crown

    IRVINE — A college event pushed Corona del Mar High's final Pacific Coast League match at Beckman back a day. When the Sea Kings traveled to Beckman on Wednesday, the college recruiters in the gym were long gone. The Patriots looked ready to...
  • Classically Trained: His calling is the Chorale

    Classically Trained: His calling is the Chorale
    COSTA MESA — The conductor sits comfortably in a backstage room within a concert hall, which, he says, glorifies the qualities of the human voice. John Alexander is retrospective. His decades leading the Pacific Chorale have added up, and yet the...
  • Friday's Calendar

    FRIDAY Book Sale The Friends of the Library hold a book sale from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Friends Bookstore in the Central branch of the Newport Beach Public Library, 1000 Avocado Ave. For more information, call (949) 759-9667. Book Signing Susan...
  • Apodaca: Dusty continues on his path of purpose

    Last June, I wrote about my neighbor Dusty Brandom, an extraordinary young man who suffers from a debilitating degenerative disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy ("Dusty's road has been winding, rewarding," June 18). At the time, Dusty was about...
  • Seniors, veterans treated to a show

    CORONA DEL MAR —The Harbor Singers honored the Armed Forces on Friday with music and choreographed moves at the monthly Friends of OASIS meeting. The Orange County women's singing group performed showtunes and patriotic numbers with dance moves...
  • Thursday's Calendar [Corrected]

    -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: The paintings by Brett Rubbico titled "360° of BLACK" will be on display through Dec. 31. -------------------- THURSDAY 'How to Live Longer and Healthier' Temple Bat Yahm sponsors a lecture by research scientist...