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  • Chart House on Mariner's Mile closes

    The Chart House restaurant, which served steak and seafood on Mariner's Mile in Newport Beach for more than four decades, has closed. A manager at the Dana Point Chart House confirmed that the Newport Beach location recently shuttered but was unsure of...
  • The Harbor Report: McMuffin or not, a terrific race

    As most of you already know, Friday is the start of the 66th Annual Lexus Newport to Ensenada Yacht Race. If you are reading my column before 10 a.m., you still have time to head out to the Corona del Mar cliffs to watch the starts from 11 a.m. to noon....
  • The Crowd: Community works for KidWorks

    The Crowd: Community works for KidWorks
    The first annual KidWorks Classic Golf Tournament took over the greens at Aliso Viejo Country Club this week, raising more than $90,000 for the educational enrichment programs of an Orange County organization that impacts the lives of underprivileged...
  • Aussie bakery Pie-Not set to open in Costa Mesa

    Aussie bakery Pie-Not set to open in Costa Mesa
    Costa Mesa resident Jai Snowdon donned a giant kangaroo suit, downed a can of Foster's beer and began hopping along 17th Street in Costa Mesa for a publicity video shoot promoting his new bakery, Pie-Not. After two delayed openings, Pie-Not, a...
  • A Word, Please: Check spelling with right authorities

    If it were possible to tally up all the moments of my life so far, the top activities would probably be watching "Simpsons" reruns, talking to computers over the telephone, and asking fellow diners, "Are you gonna eat that?" The activity of "swapping the...
  • Eateries to offer discounts, special menus

    Eateries to offer discounts, special menus
    Alan Greeley may not be the Iron Chef, but he has a title of some kind. Sunday afternoon, at the tail end of the OC Fair, Greeley and Massimo Navarretta faced off in a cooking challenge to help promote the third annual Costa Mesa Restaurant Week. The...
  • Mailbag: Abortion rights supporters can't impose their will on Hoag

    I find it curious that those who advocate abortion on demand would lament Hoag's decision to stop performing elective abortions. I wonder what their response would be if they went to their favorite steak restaurant only to find that it had been...
  • City Lights: Going meatless at Chipotle

    City Lights: Going meatless at Chipotle
    Years ago, I attended an outdoor festival organized by a vegan friend at which Veggie Grill had agreed to hand out food samples. One passerby tried something from the tray — a soy chicken strip, maybe — and remarked how delicious it was. "See?...
  • Taco tycoon to appear on 'Secret Millionaire'

    Local restaurateur Wing Lam will star in an episode of ABC's "Secret Millionaire" at 8 p.m.  Sunday. Modeled after the similarly named British series, the show spotlights successful entrepreneurs as they travel — undercover — to impoverished...
  • Realtor knows how to sell

    Realtor knows how to sell
    Valerie Torelli started out in the real estate business as a bookkeeper in 1970s Los Angeles, but after seeing the salespeople take "six-hour lunches" while making $70,000 a year, she figured she could do the job too — only better. "I'm taking...
  • Pacific Symphony plays for the hometown crowd

    The symphonic sounds of summer resonated Friday night before an estimated 1,600 people who came to hear the Pacific Symphony play a free outdoor concert in Costa Mesa. The community event at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts plaza celebrated the city's...
  • Mayor meets with members of the community

    As the questions kept coming, so did the pizzas. The mood at Costa Mesa's first Meet the Mayor session at Pitfire Artisan Pizza on Thursday night was mostly light, though with wide-ranging topics that included the 19th Street bridge that never was, the...