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  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Fine dining with cool jazz

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Fine dining with cool jazz
    Bistango has been around for 26 years and is still going strong, perhaps even better than ever. This could be attributed to its chameleon-like nature. By day, it is a power lunchtime gathering place, located in the atrium of a tall office building. By...
  • 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...
  • Ruby returns to Ruby's

    Ruby returns to Ruby's
    This post has been corrected, as noted below. The woman who put the Ruby in Ruby's Diner was all smiles Monday as she arrived at the restaurant where it all began. And though it was her 91st birthday, Ruby Cavanaugh remains forever young as the...
  • 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...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Sunday's Calendar
    TILL TODAY 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood' The Vanguard University theater department presents "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," an interactive musical with the audience voting on the mystery's culprit. For showtimes and tickets, visit http://www....
  • Commission proposes Carl's over McDonald's

    Editor's note: This corrects the votes for Carl's Jr. and against Sbarro and Panda Express. The statue of "The Duke," an Orange County icon, greets flyers after they touch down at John Wayne Airport. Soon, those travelers could be tasting some local...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Visit Santa Julius' workshop

    Freebie of the Week: It's the second annual Julius Holiday Tour from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday — stop by Paul Frank South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bear St., Costa Mesa, to enjoy milk, cookies and candy canes while taking a photo with Santa Julius the monkey, Paul...
  • Easy as Pi

    Easy as Pi
    Editor's note: This corrects how many digits of Pi Benjamin Most recited. CORONA DEL MAR — Benjamin Most, 13, sat on a folding chair before his peers, his hands clutching the seat and his face nearly expressionless as he began a rapid-fire...
  • Greer's OC: Fiat 'pwns' Mini

    Move over, Cooper. One of the hottest cars on the market, the Fiat 500, is the talk of the town as Orange County's only Fiat dealership just opened in Costa Mesa. Orange Coast Fiat unveiled a cool, state-of-the-art studio, where customers can...
  • The Crowd: Evening of wine brings musical funds

    The Crowd: Evening of wine brings musical funds
    A big turnout for the Pacific Coast Wine Festival benefiting the Pacific Symphony netted more than $150,000 for the arts organization. The sold-out wine auction and tasting at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach attracted 300 local residents in their finest...
  • Wilkey verbals to UCLA

    Newport Harbor High senior girls' water polo goalie Sarah Wilkey has verbally committed to play at UCLA, she said Friday night. Wilkey is in her first year as starter for the Sailors (2-0), after the graduation of Krissy Burger. Wilkey had eight saves...
  • Leaf blowers receive city ban

    NEWPORT BEACH — Residents and gardeners will no longer be able to use gas-powered leaf blowers once an ordinance a divided City Council tentatively approved Tuesday takes effect. After lengthy discussion and the failure of a motion to also ban...