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  • Our Laguna: Holiday cheer at Seniors luncheon

    Spirits were bright at the Laguna Beach Seniors Inc. luncheon despite dull, gray skies outside. The 19th annual luncheon was held Monday at Tivoli Terrace. There were few empty seats, despite the inclement weather, and the atmosphere was festive —...
  • Kelly's Crime Corner begins publication

    The Costa Mesa Police Department has launched a biweekly newsletter, Kelly's Crime Corner, to provide safety tips and public programming information. Crime Prevention Specialist Kelly Vucinic, for whom the newsletter is named, will generate stories and...
  • Newport Beach council approves new library rules

    The City Council expanded the list of the Newport Beach public libraries' prohibited behaviors this week. People will have to lock their shopping carts and bikes up to bike racks and stop lounging on furniture under the new rules the council passed...
  • Group wants Ellis off Fair Board

    COSTA MESA — It seems all the dust hasn't settled from the state's failed attempt to sell the Orange County Fairgrounds and the Fair Board's effort to buy it in 2009. The Orange County Fair Preservation Society, a grass-roots group of residents and...
  • Irvine mayor to deliver State of the City

    Irvine Mayor Sukhee Kang will deliver the annual State of the City address at the Irvine Civic Center City Council Chambers on Tuesday. A public reception begins at 5 p.m. in the Civic Center lobby and the address will follow at 6 p.m. in Council...
  • Friends of the Library: A central library on our horizon?

    Glimmers, at last, of a dream come true! On Jan. 31, the Costa Mesa City Council's study session included planning for the next five years. In that planning is a Library Master Plan for Costa Mesa, and a marker for debt financing to pay for a new...
  • Ways to ring in New Year

    Orange County will have a smorgasbord of New Year's Eve offerings as Americans say goodbye to 2011 and ring in 2012. Here's a list of some of the O.C. bashes on tap: * An Ultramodern Evening For a one-of-a-kind touch of the big city in O.C., consider...
  • Classically Trained: Symphony to take on Tchaikovsky, Chopin

    A trip through any of Tchaikovsky's later symphonies is a trip indeed. The Russian composer goes from the tragic to the triumphant, from the reverent to the dejected and doleful. Listening to them is an exercise of the mind into the glories of a past...
  • School board OKs construction progress

    School board OKs construction progress
    COSTA MESA — The school district is moving forward with two long-awaited construction projects at Costa Mesa and Corona del Mar high schools, with the expectation that state approval will finally come this month. The Newport-Mesa Unified school...
  • Planners send Banning Ranch review to council

    Plans for the proposed development of Banning Ranch cleared a major hurdle this week, with the Newport Beach Planning Commission's endorsement of a voluminous draft environmental impact report. The commission approved the document 4 to 1 Thursday for the...
  • Steinberg: NFL never rests

    So it is a weekend in March with "March Madness" having the equivalent of their semifinals for the NCAA men's basketball championships. Countless millions of folks across the country, some of whom never watch a college game, have filled out brackets...
  • Q & A with Scott Niedermayer

    Q & A with Scott Niedermayer
    Before a photographer snapped a picture of Scott Niedermayer's family, the former star Ducks defenseman directed a stern, yet calm order to one of his four sons. "Sit up straight," Niedermayer said. For 18 years, Niedermayer was looked to as a leader on...