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  • Mailbag: Hobby Lobby ruling gives religion undue influence

    Religion is a belief system not supported by scientific facts. It should not be part of our legal, political or educational systems. Survival of our species requires that we use our brains to cope with environmental hazards. To deny science is akin to...
  • Stifling sounds of the fair

    Stifling sounds of the fair
    The Orange County Fair intends to be quiet this year, at least from the outside. An open house at the fairgrounds Wednesday evening showed off changes intended to keep as much noise as possible from leaking out into the surrounding neighborhoods while...
  • Curry, Harper likely headed to run-off

    Curry, Harper likely headed to run-off
    As poll workers Tuesday collected the last trickle of votes in a statewide primary expected to draw one of the lowest turnouts in California's history, frontrunners in several area races appeared to be headed for spots on the November general election...
  • Street and beach culture on display at Hurley

    Street and beach culture on display at Hurley
    It was easy to miss a small black-and-white photo on the wall next to the blazing, glossy aesthetic of a deep orange and red Chevy Impala known as El Rey. The 1963 convertible is regarded as a pinnacle of modern lowrider culture, and even under low...
  • City workers begin operating Costa Mesa Senior Center

    City workers begin operating Costa Mesa Senior Center
    Seven city staffers welcomed seniors with breakfast and coffee at the Costa Mesa Senior Center early Wednesday. It was a takeover, but a friendly one by all appearances. The tensions that some had anticipated when city staffers moved in didn't...
  • Candidate forum is less about issues

    NEWPORT BEACH — In the absence of controversial issues, Newport Beach City Council candidates tried to position themselves Wednesday night on their backgrounds and conservative credentials. A candidate forum hosted by the Speak Up Newport...
  • Reno v. Hill heats up

    NEWPORT BEACH — The GOP elephant looks like it might stomp on former Bell city manager Robert Rizzo's head. That symbolism would be simple enough, but Ed Reno's latest mailer asks reader to make a couple leaps. If elected to Newport Beach City...
  • Bailey-Findley, city come to agreement

    Bailey-Findley, city come to agreement
    COSTA MESA — Is she or isn't she working for the city of Costa Mesa? There seems to have been some confusion about the employment status of Becky Bailey-Findley, whom Costa Mesa hired as a consultant to help with its negotiations to buy the...
  • Lobdell: New council era has shaky start

    Well, the political honeymoon didn't last long in Costa Mesa. Costa Mesa Councilwoman Wendy Leece has asked the city attorney for help in pursuing a Brown Act violation against three of her council colleagues. The Brown Act is state law designed to...
  • Lakers' Kobe Bryant prices Newport Coast home at $7.6 million

    Lakers' Kobe Bryant prices Newport Coast home at $7.6 million
    As the Lakers continue to tweak their system this preseason, star player Kobe Bryant has made a tweak of his own, adjusting the price on his Newport Coast home to slightly under $7.6 million. The gated residence, built in Mediterranean style in 1997,...
  • Art Museum's guards aren't just security experts -- they're also artists

    Art Museum's guards aren't just security experts -- they're also artists
    They call themselves "the paid stalkers." The duty of the Laguna Art Museum security guards is to make sure that precious works of art remain untouched by visitors' hands and even more damaging things like chewing gum. They spend eight hours a day...