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  • Public can weigh in on Lower Castaways

    The future of the last parcel available for development along Newport Harbor is up for discussion next week. A study session is planned for 4:30 p.m. March 13 in the old Council Chambers, 3300 Newport Blvd. The public is invited to offer ideas for new...
  • Boys' Tennis: CdM shows it is King

    PALOS VERDES ESTATES — As members of the Corona del Mar High boys' tennis team finished off their nonleague match at Palos Verdes on Wednesday, they naturally were hungry. Palos Verdes parents were grilling burgers near the tennis court. Some of...
  • Trend Watch: Stein Mart celebrating anniversary

    Trend Watch: Stein Mart celebrating anniversary
    Get in on the fun of Stein Mart's one-year anniversary Saturday at The Market Place in Irvine. The store is giving away eight $50 gift cards throughout the day and a free pair of spa socks to the first 250 customers who make a purchase, according to a...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Too much ho-hum at Ho Sum

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Too much ho-hum at Ho Sum
    When Ho Sum Bistro first opened in 1987, there was virtually no other Asian fusion restaurant in the area and the notion of healthy Asian cuisine didn't exist. "Califoriental" was the way they described their concept, and we both went back many times...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Wild Goose gives customers golden egg

    Reporter's Notebook: Wild Goose gives customers golden egg
    The lovable dive known as the Little Knight left its spot on 17th Street in August, and the Wild Goose Tavern has swooped in. Reporter Jill Cowan and I stopped by for media night Nov. 8. Not just a bar, the tavern boasts a menu of gourmet sausages,...
  • We have more in common than you might think

    Writer's Note: My friend Meesh is guest-writing "Unveiled" this week. I hope you find it reflective. —Mona Shadia * My family is from Iran, and we're Jewish. When my father was a young boy walking to school, children in the neighborhood would...
  • For Thanksgiving, let someone else do the cooking

    Want the tryptophan-induced coma without all the work? Here are a few alternatives to preparing your own Thanksgiving meal. * Lobster or turkey Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bristol St., offers a three-course menu with...
  • Taco Asylum holding fundraiser for hurricane victims

    Taco Asylum holding fundraiser for hurricane victims
    Taco Asylum is joining the disaster relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy victims. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday, 100% of the restaurant’s profits will be donated to the Red Cross Disaster Relief fund. Previously, restaurant partners Greg Daniels,...
  • An angel on the phone

    An angel on the phone
    A week-and-a-half ago, Someone Cares Soup Kitchen wasn't quite sure where it would get the money for its 26th annual Thanksgiving Day meal. Shannon Santos, the Costa Mesa soup kitchen's executive director, got her answer when the founder of Premiere...
  • OCC melodrama set for Dec. 7 to 16

    Celebrate the holidays with some old fashioned Christmas entertainment — and ice cream. Orange Coast College's Repertory Theatre Company will present its annual show, "An Old-Fashioned Christmas Melodrama and Ice Cream Social," for two weekends...
  • Commentary: Charter government suits Costa Mesa's personality

    Democracy and sausage-making have often been "linked" (sorry) as really ugly processes that produce good things. But having just passed through one of the nastiest local election cycles I can remember, I'm not feeling the parity between the two anymore....
  • Ruby's marks 3 decades of burgers

    Ruby's marks 3 decades of burgers
    Doug Cavanaugh had to disobey his mother to make her a household name. The founder of Ruby's Diner, which will celebrate its 30th anniversary this weekend, got the idea for his restaurant chain when he jogged past a dilapidated building on the Balboa...