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Christmas

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Top Christmas Articles

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  • Bad Dad: Texting by kid has me LOLing

    Bad Dad: Texting by kid has me LOLing
    Now that the holidays are over, our house has settled back to normal — whatever that is. This Christmas, my daughter was given the gift of technology. She received an iPod Touch, packed with her favorite music and games. More proof I was born in...
  • Newport Harbor's Farrel South headed to Cal

    Newport Harbor's Farrel South headed to Cal
    Newport Harbor High senior Farrel South has verbally committed to Cal for men’s water polo, he said Monday. South said he made the decision Sunday, on Christmas Day. He was also considering UCLA and USC. “I just felt like I was already a...
  • Friends of the Library: Wishes for the library in the new year

    Christmas is past, and the New Year is nearly here. Looking ahead to the new year, and the years ahead, what do you want to see, have and be able to use at our Costa Mesa libraries? Two things that I would like to see at both the Mesa Verde Library...
  • The Crowd: Holiday dinner, concert brings joy to all

    The Crowd: Holiday dinner, concert brings joy to all
    A Newport Beach tradition at Christmas time once again filled the grand ballroom of the Balboa Bay Club & Resort with a major dose of family warmth and togetherness. On Dec. 23, the Costa Mesa-based All-American Boys Chorus attracted some 250 guests...
  • The Harbor Report: Observations about Newport Harbor

    As I carefully tucked away my prized collection of 27 Christmas Reyn Spooner shirts and thanked the Man Above that the holiday commercials have stopped, I thought it was a good time to head down to the harbor and take a look around. When I started out on...
  • A role that could become 'Golden'

    Audiences in Orange County perhaps best know actor Hal Landon Jr. as the mainstay of South Coast Repertory Theater Co.'s annual production of "A Christmas Carol." The veteran of the SCR stage, who was one of the company's founding members in the 1960s,...
  • Business, tourism groups discuss joint projects

    Newport Beach visitors bureau, Visit Newport Beach Inc., and the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce created a joint task force Thursday, in an effort to begin a dialogue over combing their destination marketing efforts for the city. During a regular board...
  • Business, tourism groups discuss joint projects [Updated]

    Newport Beach visitors bureau, Visit Newport Beach Inc., and the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce created a joint task force Thursday, in an effort to begin a dialogue over combining their destination marketing efforts for the city. During a regular...
  • Sugar Plum Festival's fall show coming to fairgrounds

    Seeking to scare up some spooky sparkles and spectacular spangles? Now in its 33rd year, the seasonal Sugar Plum Festival bring local artisans direct to the public on select weekends at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. Their annual Halloween...
  • Shadia: A time of faith and festivity too

    Do you know how Christmas is supposed to be about faith? That's what Ramadan is supposed to be about too — God. But like Christmastime, Ramadan, for some, becomes a time for lavish dinner parties and uncontrollable spending. For producers and...
  • Transatlantic ties

    Transatlantic ties
    Just last week Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke about the virtues of extending a hand to foreign-exchange students and finding a place in their homes for them. "Each year, thousands of engaged young people from around the world travel to the...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Find the right comfy, casual clothes

    Those in need of casual and lounge women's wear should hit the Calispia warehouse sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday or 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at 18th St. No. A110, Costa Mesa. Save up to 85%, with all items $4 and more. Cash only! For more...