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  • Costa Mesa-based company releases fitness app

    Technology is lending a hand to those who want to maintain their health and shed a few pounds, thanks to a mobile app designed in part by Costa Mesa-based Lindora Inc.
  • Baycrest residents help celebrate neighbor's 108th birthday

     Baycrest residents help celebrate neighbor's 108th birthday
    Despite 108 years of being a "curious gal," Mona Schwaer's surprise birthday party remained a secret until her family and friends gathered in her honor on Tradewinds Lane in Newport Beach on Sunday. Alan Freeman and his wife, Kathleen Bryan, hosted...

    The Crowd: Giving families keep treatment program going

    The Crowd: Giving families keep treatment program going
    We live amid constant change. Even in the circles of philanthropy, donors often shift alliances as the wind blows. It's just reality. In the O.C., the community is blessed to have charitable folks who stay the course for the long haul. Many of the...

    Steinberg: CMHS speaker series great

    On a blistering hot day in Costa Mesa last week I addressed a group of football players at Costa Mesa High School that were far younger and smaller than my normal football audiences. They have been participating in a uniquely beneficial program designed...

    The Latest: 'Baby' in peril; life after The Rev

    The Latest: 'Baby' in peril; life after The Rev
    Hush Little Baby Suzanne Redfearn Grand Central Publishing; 357 pages If Suzanne Redfearn's "Hush Little Baby" had a second half to equal its first, it might have been a remarkable achievement. For nearly 200 pages, the novel is a spellbinding...