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Christmas

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Top Christmas Articles

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  • Feast of displays

    Feast of displays
    A neighborhood within Eastside Costa Mesa will begin displaying holiday displays from about 5 to 10 p.m. nightly, Friday through about Christmas Day. Some 30 homes near Kaiser Elementary School on Santa Ana Avenue, Iris Place, Lilac Lane and Aster Place...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • In Theory: How can Pilot better cover religion in Newport-Mesa

    How could the Daily Pilot do a better job of covering religion and spirituality in the Newport-Mesa area? What are some of the local issues or stories about your church, synagogue, mosque or temple that need to be told? Faith communities contribute...
  • Chapman president now an author

    COSTA MESA — Chapman University President Jim Doti will take off his adult hat as a University of Chicago-schooled economist and put on a new one as a first-time author of a children's book. On Sunday, Doti will read from his newly published work,...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Solar panel talks move to Oct. 26

    A City Council discussion on solar panels will be moved from Tuesday's Newport Beach meeting agenda so members can devote more time to the issue at an Oct. 26 study session. The question of whether local government can regulate solar panels became heated...
  • Corona Del Mar Today: Candidates debate at senior center

    About 100 people gathered at the OASIS Senior Center on Wednesday night to hear candidates for Newport Beach City Council discuss issues, including Corona del Mar concerns like Buck Gully's fire danger and leaf blower bans. City Councilwoman Nancy...
  • On Faith: Scare your fears away

    Have you ever noticed there are no benches in graveyards? No one wants to stay for long among the dead. Sometimes, seats or benches are provided for a funeral, but they are temporary and removed as soon as the family leaves. But if you do come to rest...
  • North Pole resident appears at tree-lighting ceremony

    North Pole resident appears at tree-lighting ceremony
    COSTA MESA — Santa Claus played the trumpet. Then, all of the sudden, it was time for everyone to celebrate. Because Thursday night, Santa said, was the night to light the community tree. "It's the beginning of us getting into the Christmas...
  • The Coastal Gardener: A chance for you to be a garden book editor

      You can't bake a great cake without a great recipe; you can't build a great house without great architectural plans, and, as any good gardener will tell you, you can't garden successfully without "The Western Garden Book." If you garden anywhere...