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  • New businesses coming to Harbor Boulevard

    Flame Broiler, Taco Bell, AutoZone and NuVision Federal Credit Union will take up vacancies in a new retail hub on Harbor Boulevard, the developer confirmed this week. The businesses will stand alongside the recently opened Sonic, Fresh & Easy...
  • The Crowd: SOS nets $187,000 after Chef Dinner

     The Crowd: SOS nets $187,000 after Chef Dinner
    The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa welcomed an overflow crowd Nov. 9 for the 22nd annual Celebrity Chef Dinner benefiting Share Our Selves. Nearly 300 guests helped raise $187,000 in support of SOS Orange Aid Project, which collects food from...
  • Mickey D's gets a facelift

    Mickey D's gets a facelift
    A familiar face's makeover was revealed Thursday when the newly redesigned McDonald's at 3141 Harbor Blvd. held its ribbon-cutting and grand-opening ceremony after being shut down for four months. The ceremonyofficially wrapped up a remodeling process...
  • 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...
  • Adventurous American eaters going abroad

    COSTA MESA — With the rise in popularity of reality-TV cooking shows and a growing demand for culinary education, chef Mark McDonald saw an opportunity to expand a small neighborhood cafĂ© into something outside the traditional food-service model....
  • Riley terminal turns 20

    Riley terminal turns 20
    John Wayne Airport was once a quaint airstrip with a modest terminal and roll-up boarding stairs. That all changed 20 years ago this week when the Thomas F. Riley Terminal opened, boosting the airport into the modern age with 14 gates and a stainless...
  • Righeimer, police disagree over DUI checkpoint schedule

    COSTA MESA — The city attorney's office is looking into a disagreement between Planning Commission Chairman Jim Righeimer and police over whether it was a good idea to stage a driving under the influence checkpoint on a busy street during rush...
  • City to probe dispute at DUI stop

    Editor's note: This clarifies the relationship between Det. Dana Potts and the two female victims and when the collision took place. COSTA MESA — Members of the Costa Mesa Police Assn. packed the council chambers Tuesday night, seeking...
  • Setting more than records

    Setting more than records
    COSTA MESA — Don't ever underestimate the impact that professional sports has on the psyche of the American people, especially those who live and breathe athletics. When Lennox Lewis, the professional boxer, announced in a commercial that "Real...
  • Winning trio are 'true scientists'

    A trio of eighth-graders at Mariners Christian School in Costa Mesa knocked 'em dead at the Orange County Science Fair a few weeks ago, taking first, second and third place in the physics, microbiology and engineering categories. The three conducted...
  • 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...