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  • 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...
  • Thursday's Calendar

    Thursday's Calendar
    THURSDAY Corona del Mar Residents Assn. The Corona del Mar Residents Assn. Board of Directors meets at 7:30 a.m. at the OASIS Senior Center, 801 Narcissus Ave., CdM. Corona del Mar residents are encouraged to attend. City Engineer Robert Stein will...
  • Classically Trained: Getting ready for some musical Shakespeare

    Editor's note: This column is the third 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 will...
  • Classically Trained: PSYO's Bulgaria tour to air in documentary

    There was symbolism in their T-shirts. Not long after the orange-clad kids from Orange County's top-notch youth orchestra exited the plane in Bulgaria, their conductor was met by an entourage. Maxim Eshkenazy had arrived in his home country, this time...
  • On Theater: Eggington, Milgrim set pace in 2011

    The late playwright Horton Foote influenced the choices of both individual artists who stood above the crowd in local theater in 2011. Foote wrote the play "A Trip to Bountiful," the movie version of which won its star, Geraldine Page, an Oscar in 1985....
  • Newport native to open for Dick Dale show

    At 8 years old, Newport Beach native Samantha Smith learned the first song she sang in public in an American biker bar in France, but it was in her hometown that she got her start. The 19-year-old aspiring songwriter — who sings, plays guitar and...
  • Korean Cultural Festival heading to Irvine

    Korean Cultural Festival heading to Irvine
    If you haven't yet heard about the Korean wave, get ready to be submerged. The annual Irvine Korean Cultural Festival, a free arts and food bonanza, returns for the third year Jan. 14 at the Irvine Civic Center. "There is a big wave nowadays about to...
  • The Crowd: Holiday dinner, concert brings joy to all

    The Crowd: Holiday dinner, concert brings joy to all
    A Newport Beach tradition at Christmas time once again filled the grand ballroom of the Balboa Bay Club & Resort with a major dose of family warmth and togetherness. On Dec. 23, the Costa Mesa-based All-American Boys Chorus attracted some 250 guests...
  • Classically Trained: Symphony to take on Tchaikovsky, Chopin

    A trip through any of Tchaikovsky's later symphonies is a trip indeed. The Russian composer goes from the tragic to the triumphant, from the reverent to the dejected and doleful. Listening to them is an exercise of the mind into the glories of a past...
  • On Theater: 2012 kicks off with premiering shows

    It's a new year and local theater companies — professional, community and collegiate — are waiting in the wings with a varied selection of stage productions, most of which will be unfamiliar to their audiences. Getting things off and...