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  • Smith: Remember to 'eat less and move more'

    Coca-Cola has an ad campaign that confronts what it calls the "complex challenge of obesity." In the campaign, Coke notes that of its more than 650 beverages, there are more than 180 low- or no-calorie drinks. Most of the full-calorie drinks also have...
  • Denny's hits its last Grand Slam on 17th

    Denny's hits its last Grand Slam on 17th
    A Denny's location that for decades was known as a popular hangout and late-night destination near downtown Costa Mesa has served its last plate of Moons over My Hammy. After serving hungry customers for more than 20 years, the restaurant at East 17th...
  • Right ingredients to win

    Right ingredients to win
    Counting the times he's cooked it at home and school, Vince Terusa thinks he's made his shallow-poached Dover sole appetizer at least 50 times. The time that counts is Saturday. This weekend, the Mission Viejo resident and four other Orange Coast...
  • Rainforest Cafe, McDonald's close at South Coast Plaza

    After 16 years of serving food amid faux animals, greenery and falling water, the Rainforest Cafe at South Coast Plaza closed Sunday, a company executive confirmed. "The mall decided not to renew our lease," Keith Beitler, Rainforest Cafe's chief...
  • Din Tai Fung joining South Coast Plaza

    Din Tai Fung joining South Coast Plaza
    Before a small crowd of flashing cameras, curious onlookers and hungry attendees, the men stuffed and artfully hand-folded the dumplings with tiny twists. Soon after, out they came from bamboo steamers during a small gathering Monday afternoon at...
  • Mesa Musings: A brush with the King of Cool — his house, that is

    Sean, Fred and I were 18. The three of us were dedicated theater students at Orange Coast College, a small junior college in Orange County. The campus was in Costa Mesa, an insignificant little burg that almost no one had heard of beyond a 10-mile...
  • Chick-Fil-A, Fresh & Easy could locate on Harbor Blvd.

    COSTA MESA —Chick-Fil-A and Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market are seeking permission to open new locations along Harbor Boulevard, according to the April 7 Planning Commission agenda. The projects would be part of a new master plan for the project...
  • Planning Commission approves project near Harbor, Gisler

    COSTA MESA — The Planning Commission approved Monday night a development project that will give a facelift to the 4.7-acre area on Harbor Boulevard between Gisler Avenue and Date Place. The commission unanimously approved a master plan for the site...
  • Classically Trained: Best-selling pianist to play three concerts

    The romance-filled piano playing of Jim Brickman will fill the sound waves of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall next week. The 8 p.m. concerts May 12 to 14 at Costa Mesa's Segerstrom Center for the Arts will have a second half that features the...
  • Developer submits plans for Mariner's Mile project

    NEWPORT BEACH — Drivers who pass West Coast Highway and Dover Drive may notice tall wooden posts with strings attached. For the property's neighbors, they might bring noise and oversized buildings, but for the developer and many motorists, they...
  • 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'...
  • Children become pen pals with Ugandan students

    Children become pen pals with Ugandan students
    COSTA MESA — Whittier Elementary School teacher Patrick DeVusser has traveled to Uganda twice, but he hasn't been able to leave the East African country behind. For the third year, DeVusser's fourth-grade students, as well as some of his former...