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  • Friday's Calendar

    Friday's Calendar FRIDAY Flashback Heart Attack Flashback Heart Attack, an 1980s KROQ cover band, will perform at 9 p.m. at the Harp Inn, 130 E. 17th St., Costa Mesa. The show is 21 and older only and cover is $5. For more information, visit http://...
  • Mesa Musings: Football is the tie that binds friends

    A couple of Saturdays ago, I took an early-morning stroll through the Orange Coast College campus. As I usually do, I concluded my routine walk with a few laps around the OCC track. About 75 troopers from Costa Mesa's Army reserve unit were on the track...
  • A View From The Mesa: Matthew 6 reminds us that we all count

    Last week, one of my neighbors came to my office with her eviction notice in hand. It was a pretty straightforward situation. She had to go. "But we did so much work on our apartment," she told me as she launched into a long list of improvements she and...
  • Some afraid to speak up at UC Irvine

    Editor's note: This updated version changes a description of UC Irvine student Hadeer Soliman's demeanor. IRVINE — It was like any other day at UC Irvine's Cross-Cultural Center, a hub where campus groups congregate for official events or just...
  • Community Commentary: We want quality company at fair center

    The bedrock of the O.C. Fair & Event Center (OCFEC) has been those partners who assist the fair organization to deliver on its promise to serve our community's interests. After 120 years, one undeniable truth exists: It does take a village to serve the...
  • Helping win their healthier hearts and minds

    Helping win their healthier hearts and minds
    NEWPORT BEACH — Working against the clock (a.k.a. the lunch bell), senior Abby Michaelsen walked around the circle of booths with a camera crew in tow, making sure everything was ready for the hundreds of students who would soon fill up the area....
  • Looks like runners' spirit

    It's time for residents to tie up their laces for the annual Newport-Mesa Spirit Run in Newport Beach. The run, staged at Fashion Island on Sunday, is in its 28th year. The race includes a half-mile course for children under 7 and an adult 10k run....
  • Preparing them for the workforce

    Preparing them for the workforce
    COSTA MESA — Suited up in yellow uniforms, helmets and boots, and with oxygen masks strapped to their backs, two high-school boys crawled through a wooden obstacle course blindfolded. The exercise gave the students a taste of what it would be like...
  • Seniors socialize at expo

    CORONA DEL MAR — The Oasis Evelyn Hart Event Center was transformed into a shopping mecca for senior needs and resources Wednesday morning with more than 50 participating local vendors. The Oasis Senior Resources Expo, the first event of its kind...
  • Community Commentary: Official clears up lifeguard services comments

    The comments attributed to me in a recent article concerning beach safety were not exactly in the correct context ("Off-Season Lifeguards may be Reduced," April 18). I was asked about service levels during prolonged periods of times at the beach. There...
  • Can we delay Alzheimer's?

    NEWPORT BEACH — For the first time in decades, doctors believe that early diagnosis may help delay the onset of Alzheimer's Disease in some patients, local health experts said. The change was brought on by this week's announcement that the National...
  • Enduring the pain for those in need

    Enduring the pain for those in need
    Last November, the story of a Marine who ran from Florida to Texas carrying the American flag to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project touched me. The WWP is a nonprofit that helps physically and psychologically injured soldiers readjust to...