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  • 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...
  • Village Entrance plans still under review

    A decision on what people see when they enter Laguna Beach from Laguna Canyon Road has plagued city officials for at least three decades and still remains unresolved. The Planning Commission is winding down its review of a revised environmental impact...
  • Classically Trained: Vienna Philharmonic to make rare appearance

    We of the Newport-Mesa are a lucky bunch. Players of the world's great classical music come to us. That said, it's always noteworthy when one of greatest orchestras comes to our doorstep. The Vienna Philharmonic — the famed Austrian orchestra...
  • Classically Trained: OCC choral program gets matching donation

    The good news from Orange Coast College's music department just keeps coming. First, it was word about the school's Chamber Singers performing in Carnegie Hall earlier this month. Now, a donor has come forward to match contributions to the Costa Mesa...
  • The Crowd: 'Black and White Ball' nets more than $1 million for CASA

    The Crowd: 'Black and White Ball' nets more than $1 million for CASA
    People often say that following one's passion will lead to success. American entrepreneur Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA franchise, modifies that statement by offering "that success comes from following one's best effort." Last week in...
  • 'We work magic here'

    COSTA MESA — Volunteers stuffed clear bags with potatoes, carrots, onions, pears and oranges on Saturday morning while others filled brown paper bags with nonperishable items like pinto beans, rice, canned soup and cereal. Later, the chicken or...
  • Jergler: New Realtor group president named

    Maria Elena Banks has come a long way from when she was a little girl growing up in Caracas, Venezuela, the descendant of a famous general and former president of Mexico. In the U.S., she's gone from working to eke out a living in real estate as a...
  • Friday's Calendar

    FRIDAY Soiree Tickets on Sale Tickets are available for the upcoming third annual Holiday Soiree & Benefit being hosted by Newport-Mesa Unified school board Trustee Katrina Foley, in partnership with Mesa Restaurant, the Costa Mesa police and fire...
  • Classically Trained: Do you hear what I hear?

    It's the season to be musical in the form of singing, dancing, violin bowing and brass instrument buzzing. Newport-Mesa is the hub of the county's musical activity, so it's no surprise that many holiday-themed events are happening right here. The John...
  • Saturday's Calendar

    Saturday's Calendar
    SATURDAY Piecemakers Festival The Piecemakers Country Store, at 1720 Adams Ave. in Costa Mesa, continues with its Christmas Festival, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, visit http://www.piecemakers.com or call (714) 641-3112....
  • Fashion Island movie theater previews opening with 'Sherlock Homes'

    Edwards Island Cinemas at Fashion Island will preview the newly renovated seven-screen theater at a charitable event Dec. 14, according to the event website. "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" will screen at the event benefiting Oceana, an...
  • Occupy O.C. wins extension

    IRVINE — Occupy Orange County protesters have been granted another extension, permitting overnight camping at the Civic Center through noon Dec. 21, according to the city website. The latest amendment to the agreement between protesters and the...