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  • On Theater: It's a 'Pajama' party at Vanguard

    On Theater: It's a 'Pajama' party at Vanguard
    Oldies frequently can be goodies. "The Pajama Game," for instance, won a Tony as Broadway's best musical in 1954 and was revived in 2006, winning another Tony for best revival. It hasn't been seen much locally, but Vanguard University has resurrected...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    TUESDAY Pro America Luncheon The Orange County chapter of Pro America will feature John Webb, a candidate for the 45th Congressional District, and Pat Garcia, a candidate for the 46th Congressional District, as speakers at a luncheon meeting, which...
  • Commentary: Forum shows voters have a tough choice to make

    Commentary: Forum shows voters have a tough choice to make
    Last week a group of local journalists hosted the latest edition of the Feet to the Fire forum at the Costa Mesa Neighborhood Community Center for the three candidates remaining in the state Assembly race for the 74th District seat. More than 150...
  • Classically Trained: As they say, practice makes perfect

    Editor's note: This column is the second in a series about Bradley Zint's participation in OC Can You Play With Us?, an initiative where he and other Orange County amateur musicians will play alongside the Pacific Symphony professionals. The columns...
  • A different take on the Titanic

    A different take on the Titanic
    The mannequin in the pale gold and embroidered silk gown stands in a corner of the gallery. Her head-to-toe ensemble of the same color is highlighted by identical fruit patterns woven into her gown's delicate fabric. She also wears a cotton and taffeta...
  • Steinberg: Students showed me the money [Corrected]

    All semester I have been preparing my students in our Sports and Entertainment Law class for the ultimate negotiating showdown. Last week, they delivered brilliantly. They are a gifted crew, a testament to Dean Erwin Chemerinsky's plan to attract the...
  • Kids Potential hosting first-ever Spring Benefit

    Kids Potential, in partnership with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Orange County, is hosting its first-ever Spring Benefit from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday in Costa Mesa. The free event at the Westin South Coast Plaza hotel, 686 Anton Blvd., aims to...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

     Tuesday's Calendar
    TUESDAY OCC Job and Internship Fair Recruiters will be on hand for Orange Coast College's annual Job and Internship Fair. It will take place in the campus' Quad from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be open to the public and free parking will be...
  • The Harbor Report: My meeting with two boat-making legends

    The Harbor Report: My meeting with two boat-making legends
    While walking the docks this week, I learned that quality produces quantity. As I was showing a boat, I was introduced to one of my prospect's friends, Mike Howarth. As our conversion progressed, I quickly learned that Mike knew a whole lot more about...
  • Hunt, Swanson shine (corrected)

    Hunt, Swanson shine (corrected)
    Two local snowboarders are in rare company after competing at the highest level in the United States. Both competed in the 12- and 13-year-old Breaker division in the 23rd annual National Championships held by the United States of America Snowboard Assn....
  • City Council approves Bernard Street development

    The following is from the April 17 Costa Mesa City Council meeting. * Bernard Street 113-unit residential development to be constructed Upholding the Planning Commission's recommendations, the council approved 5 to 0 two measures that will allow...
  • Classically Trained: Cleveland Orchestra has brilliant yet subdued performance in Costa Mesa

    "Oh, that was lovely." "Wow! That was amazing!" They're two common laudatory phrases. Both designate different degrees of good. The Cleveland Orchestra's overall performance in Costa Mesa on Tuesday night received the former from me. It was an evening...