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  • Sunday's Calendar

    TILL SUNDAY Sutton Foster Broadway singer Sutton Foster performs at the Orange County Performing Arts Center's Samueli Theater. Tickets are $74. For showtimes and more information, visit http://www.ocpac.org. SUNDAY Benefit Concert The Young...
  • A View from the Mesa: Pay attention to the city this fall

    I'm embracing fall. I ate soup. I bought boots. I even started school. It was shaping up to be a fine autumn. Then the rain came, announcing the new season in not-so-subtle ways. I went out for a run in the morning, and almost immediately, it...
  • Taco eatery to open at The CAMP

    A gourmet taco eatery will be opening Thursday at The CAMP shopping complex in Costa Mesa. Taco Asylum will offer a selection of non-traditional tacos with an array of flavors from around the world, such as grilled Mediterranean-style octopus to a...
  • Official challenges Mozza's liquor license

    NEWPORT BEACH — Pizzeria Mozza, celebrity chef Mario Batali's new restaurant at 800 West Coast Highway, may lose its permit to serve liquor. A planning commissioner appealed a decision to grant the permit, and the commission will hear the issue...
  • High School Roundup: Mustangs win Lil' Pickle Sandwich Showdown

    BOYS' WATER POLO Costa Mesa 8, Pacifica 7 COSTA MESA — James Lewis scored on a penalty shot midway through sudden-death overtime to lead the Mustangs to the championship in the Lil' Pickle Sandwich Showdown. Costa Mesa (15-3) went 4-0 in the...
  • Soleimany at the helm for Sage

    Soleimany at the helm for Sage
    A team wants an intelligent player as its point guard in girls' basketball. Ava Soleimany definitely fills that bill for Sage Hill School. Off the court, she has a 5.0 weighted grade-point average this year. She said she's taking Advanced Placement...
  • Pizzeria Mozza will keep alcohol permit

    No need to stash the Sambuca. The Newport Beach Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to allow Pizzeria Mozza to keep its alcohol permit. One of the commissioners had appealed the original permit for celebrity chef Mario Batali's new eatery,...
  • Letters From The Editor: Carve out time for Pumpkins and Pancakes

    I like Halloween. Not for the sweets. Not for the costumes. Not for the haunted houses. I like it for the pancakes. Pumpkins and Pancakes, really. Two things that go together about as well as chicken and waffles. The annual event by the same name...
  • Supervisors keep McDonald's and add Carl's Jr.

    Flyers will have their choice of fast food burgers when John Wayne Airport opens Terminal C. The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to keep McDonald's in Terminals A and B, and to sign a lease with CKE Restaurants, which will operate a Carl'...
  • Market Place the spot for tricks, treats

    Seeking to get your spook on this Sunday? For many locals, the best (and most cost effective) way to get into the Halloween spirit each year is at the 14th annual Trick or Treat Festival at the Orange County Market Place, which offers copious...
  • Fundraiser at South Coast Plaza helps O.C.'s needy

    COSTA MESA — South Coast Plaza might be associated with shopping and restaurants, but the center also hosts Pumpkins and Pancakes, an annual October event that benefits children in need. Sunday's installment of the 20-year-old tradition drew a...
  • O.C. Bargainista: A trade-in for the soul

    Allen Edmonds has joined with Soles4Souls for a Shoe Trade-In Event from Feb. 21 to March 13 at their South Coast Plaza store, 3333 Bristol St., Saks Fifth Avenue Wing, Level 1. Donate any brand of new or gently worn men's, women's or kid's shoes at their...