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  • Mailbag: Republicans are too out of touch

    While I vehemently disagree with R. Claire Friend regarding the Wisconsin recall, I respect her right to exercise her freedom of speech ("Wisconsin recall election," June 15). Having said that, I would respectfully ask her to save her history lessons,...
  • Casagrande: Typos take away a piece of our dignity

    Does a presidential candidate who misspells "America" love it any less than the guy whose campaign gets all the letters in the right order? Is he less fit to lead if his Facebook page mentions "offical gear" when it means official gear? Would the typo...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View students hold annual Field Day

    Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View students hold annual Field Day
    Harbor View Elementary School students marked the last Wednesday of school with their annual Field Day — a series of competitive but friendly games and races. "I really think it's fun," said fifth-grader Chris King as he finished hula-hooping and...
  • Museum to honor art history author with award

    Museum to honor art history author with award
    Renaissance woman and Newport Beach resident Ruth Westphal, 80, is a self-titled, life-long "gallery hopper." Though her professional trajectory placed her in a teaching career and at the helm of her own successful business, her passion for art has...
  • Commentary: Questions about the proposed charter

    Re. "Commentary: Charter frees Costa Mesa from the state," (Sept. 19): If only! If only the proposed charter were limited to the matters Councilman Gary Monahan writes about, Costa Mesa residents would not be so outraged about it. There is much in the...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Rethinking the library

    In the past year or so, in libraries across the country, you could have listened to a barbershop quartet, taken a class on English as a second language, learned needlepoint, had a sandwich and a cup of coffee, taken a yoga or Zumba class, attended a...
  • Friends Of The Libraries: Government involvement can start here

    Election Day is coming up. If you haven't already voted by mail or used other early voting methods, it is important that you inform yourself and vote. President James Madison said in 1822, "A popular government without popular information or the means of...
  • SOY brings Dia de los Muertos to Costa Mesa

    SOY brings Dia de los Muertos to Costa Mesa
    Clutching a small mold packed with sugar, meringue powder and water, Andrea Ortega, 12, prepared to flip her creation upside down to find an intact sugar skull. "Please don't crack," she chanted. "Please don't crack." About half a dozen students and two...
  • Mailbag: Parting shots. Our readers weigh in on Election Day

    Yes on Measure V Measure V doesn't change current practices. It preserves nearly 60 years of Costa Mesa city laws and policies. State conflict-of-interest and political contribution laws would still apply. Current bidding practices would continue,...
  • O.C. voter turnout far behind 2008, but mail-in ballots up

    O.C. voter turnout far behind 2008, but mail-in ballots up
    Just over 19% of registered Orange County voters had cast ballots by 3 p.m. Tuesday, a notable drop from the 2008 elections, county officials said. Four years ago, about 35% of the registered voters had voted by 3 p.m. An increase in vote-by-mail ballots...
  • Shadia: The wine cork is still in the bottle

    I'm a hypocrite. I'm a Muslim who drinks alcohol — except during the month of Ramadan, of course. There. I said it. I am a hypocrite. Alcohol is forbidden in Islam. There are those Muslims, however, including me, who argue that alcohol is not...
  • U.S. water polo Olympians visit Girls Inc.

    U.S. water polo Olympians visit Girls Inc.
    COSTA MESA — The Girls Incorporated of Orange County organization likes to say it is inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. Girls Inc. hosted two women who possess those attributes at a special question-and-answer session Tuesday...