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  • 'The face of the hungry has changed'

    'The face of the hungry has changed'
    COSTA MESA — The room was prepared just right for a family Thanksgiving — from the fresh flowers, to the festive tablecloths, candy strewn along the table and the smell of pumpkin pie in the air. Guests stood up and told the crowd of about...
  • On Theater: Theaters get into the holiday spirit with shows

    Looking for a quick way to get into the Christmas spirit? Three theater groups in Costa Mesa will be mounting holiday-flavored shows this weekend and next. The main event, of course, is South Coast Repertory's 32nd annual production of "A Christmas...
  • Baker folds upgrades into traditions

    COSTA MESA — When Melissa Myers was out of work, she found her silver lining in the form of a metal baking sheet. The Huntington Beach Marina High School alumna and former interior designer never planned on opening Three Hearts Bake Shop, an...
  • Antonello offers fast prix fixe option

    Busy business executives and shoppers can now squeeze in a quick bite without foregoing flavor with Antonello Ristorante's new prix fixed menu, according to a restaurant news release. The new weekday lunch menu, 3 for 20 Under 40, offers choice of...
  • Harlan: Mayor missed with homeless remarks

    "If we managed to put the soup kitchen out of business," opined Mayor Eric Bever at the Oct. 2 Costa Mesa City Council meeting, "it would go a long way to addressing the attractive nuisance," and solving the problem of homeless people coming to Costa...
  • Mailbag: Story glossed over Adams Elementary gains

    I am writing to express my concern about your article, "State data: API scores jump 11 points," published in the Daily Pilot on Oct. 12. The students, staff and families of Adams Elementary School are celebrating the tremendous progress our school...
  • Pumpkin parfaits teach kids about nutrition

    Pumpkin parfaits teach kids about nutrition
    It looked like a small cup of light-orange goo. Most of the students seemed hesitant to try it. But not Erick Tadeo. The 8-year-old immediately took a heaping spoonful of pumpkin parfait, pronounced it was good and gave it two thumbs up. Jill Wooten's...
  • Valhalla Table restaurant closes at the Camp

    COSTA MESA — Gourmet sausage and Belgian-style French fry restaurant Valhalla Table closed in the Camp earlier this month. The small restaurant with community tables, craft beers, organic and vegetarian sausages had occupied a space facing...
  • Community Commentary: We can all unite around a good cause

    Perhaps it was divine intervention at this year's Mesa Verde Golf Classic hosted by Costa Mesa United. I had the pleasure to work alongside so many selfless people. I arrived at 6 a.m. and saw not only our Estancia Boosters and members of our City...
  • Umami Burger to open at The Camp

    A little more than a week since Valhalla Table closed its doors, Los Angeles-based Umami Burger has announced it will take the restaurant's former location at The Camp. In a press release Monday, the burger joint based around the fifth taste said it will...
  • The Crowd: Ducks land $100,000 for children's charities

     The Crowd: Ducks land $100,000 for children's charities
    Organizers called it "Center Ice White Out," as the mighty Anaheim Ducks held their annual casino night raising needed funds for the Orangewood Children's Foundation and for Court Appointed Special Advocates of Orange County, better known as CASA. The...
  • Mayor explains soup kitchen comments

    Costa Mesa Mayor Eric Bever this week clarified earlier comments he made suggesting that two of the Westside's nonprofits close because they attract homeless people. Bever said during Tuesday's council meeting that he only directed city CEO Tom Hatch...