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  • On Theater: 'Alive and Well' at Costa Mesa Playhouse

    On Theater: 'Alive and Well' at Costa Mesa Playhouse
    Love and loss. Desire and despair. Infatuation and irony. All these are ingredients in the Costa Mesa Playhouse's latest production, "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris." Chances are you haven't heard of Jacques Brel, unless you've...
  • Apodaca: Common Core may add up to math skills boost we need

    I worked on a story about Michael Milken many years ago, not long after the infamous junk-bond tycoon's release from prison. During the reporting phase, I observed him fulfilling his court-ordered community service by teaching a math clinic at a middle...
  • The Bare necesseties

    The Bare necesseties
    Richard Bare is a veteran of the Hollywood studio system, when those fortunate enough to have a job could rely on a steady paycheck. But he also knows something about being an unknown filmmaker trying to slip a foot in the door. The 99-year-old...
  • Get fit with classes at Great Park

    The Orange County Great Park is rolling out free fitness classes on Saturdays in June. The "Great Park in Motion" series kicks off this Saturday at the Terraced Lawn. The outdoor routines begin at 7 a.m. with Health Walking, which is led by A Snail'...
  • Dancing for Mother Earth

    Dancing for Mother Earth
    Although the lights were dimmed and the studio soundless, a chair, front and center, bespoke a human presence. Taped to the wall, a sign declared that a set of ankle bells had recently gone missing. Before long, the pitter-patter of pint-sized feet...
  • Commentary: Diabetes couldn't block CdM grad from Olympic gold

    Imagine being told at age 10 that you have Type 1 diabetes, that you have to monitor your blood sugar, inject yourself with insulin four times a day and become obsessive about everything that goes into your body. Some of us would let the disease...
  • Trend Watch: TV star hosts shopping event

    Trend Watch: TV star hosts shopping event
    "Pretty Little Liars" star Janel Parrish will be at the Foreign Exchange clothing shop at the Irvine Spectrum on Saturday. Parrish will host the celebrity shopping event, posing for pictures, picking out her favorite pieces from the shop's collections...
  • Split council funds Fairview Park lights

    The eleventh-hour debate Tuesday about Costa Mesa's budget largely focused on a single line item: lighting for parking lots in and around Fairview Park. The council unanimously approved the $132.3-million budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year. A $650,000...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa is great for small businesses

    The purpose of this letter is to describe our excitement and reasoning for choosing the city of Costa Mesa as the location to open our new chiropractic practice. Both doctors in our office graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis. Not...
  • Virgen: These losers are winners

    There was an emotional moment for Darlene Gardner on Thursday night at Equinox fitness gym in Irvine. Gardner held back tears when she talked about a life-changing experience and the support she received while she worked to lose weight for charity. This...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Sunday's Calendar
    SUNDAY Concours De Nice Cobra Owners Club of America Orange County will host its 38th annual Concours De Nice from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Park Mall at South Coast Plaza, 3300 Bristol St. The Concours this year will celebrate Carroll Shelby and 50...
  • 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...