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  • Chin Helen Mc Laughlin

    Chin Helen Mc Laughlin
    Chin Helen Mc Laughlin passed away peacefully in her sleep on July 19, 2011 after courageously and successfully fighting lung and brain cancers.  She was born in Boston in 1940 to Chinese immigrants.  Her parents instilled in her and her brothers and...
  • More than Five Guys in line for opening

    COSTA MESA — When Five Guys Burgers and Fries opened for business Tuesday, local resident Scott King stopped in for lunch. King lives within walking distance of the Costa Mesa Square shopping center on Harbor Boulevard near Baker Street — the...
  • Enjoy pancake breakfast at the fair

    COSTA MESA — As if eating the classic combo of pancakes with maple syrup wasn't good enough, doing it for a good cause is even tastier. Residents can get their fill of the hearty breakfast food, or carbo-load before the OC Fair Fun Run, at the...
  • Fresh store transforms shopping center

    NEWPORT BEACH — Thursday's grand opening of the Pavilions on the Balboa Peninsula marked the return of customer spending at a nearly all-new shopping center. The somewhat-shabby shopping plaza at 32nd Street and Newport Boulevard underwent a...
  • Fried food, fun for family

    Fried food, fun for family
    Summer traditions from funnel cakes to carnival rides are in full swing this weekend at the 64th annual Lions Fish Fry & Carnival. Families filled Costa Mesa's Lions Park on Saturday for the fundraiser, which included the famous $10 fish dinner,...
  • Former UCI volleyball player wins Malibu Open

    Whitney Pavlik, a former women's volleyball player at UC Irvine, partnered up with Jenny Kropp to win the National Volleyball League Malibu Open last Sunday at Zuma Beach. Pavlik and Kropp, the No. 1-seeded team, defeated 19th-seeded Olaya Pazo and...
  • Tripling last year's word score

    COSTA MESA — With her baby next to her in a stroller, Lisa Morris stood on a stool in front of a first-grade class reading a picture book, "Pancakes, Pancakes!" by Eric Carle, about the trials of making the hearty breakfast food on a farm. "This...
  • Gina's Pizza returns to Balboa Peninsula

    Gina's Pizza returns to Balboa Peninsula
    Gina's Pizza and Pastaria has returned to the Balboa Peninsula. The new location at the Landing shopping center features the same recipes and a faster oven, a restaurant spokesman said Tuesday. The 2,600-square-foot Italian eatery on 3142 W. Balboa...
  • Sweet prince and Santa visit OCC

    Celebrate Christmas with frozen treats, the Peppermint Prince, and of course, the big guy. Santa is coming to Orange Coast College for its Repertory Theatre Company's An Old-Fashioned Melodrama and Ice Cream Social two weekends in December. The show...
  • Carwash to fundraise for Estancia football

    COSTA MESA — Carsmetics Expert Accident Repair will mark the Dec. 4 grand opening of its 7,000-square-foot Costa Mesa shop with a fundraiser to benefit Estancia High School's football program, according to a news release. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,...
  • Carl's Jr. could replace McDonalds at JWA

    Editor's note: This corrects the time the commission will meet. McDonald's might be on the way out and Carl's Jr./Green Burrito might be on the way in for wayward travelers looking for a bite to eat at John Wayne Airport. For two decades, McDonald's...
  • A business named after Mom, run by the family

    A business named after Mom, run by the family
    COSTA MESA — Those who know Alan Gladstone have, on more than one occasion, heard him utter the phrase, "We sell steak cheap, not cheap steak." The catchy slogan, however, has nothing to do with the beef or restaurant industry. Rather, those...