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On Thursday, sixth-grader Brandon True will ask an astronaut orbiting Earth how he moves the International Space Station to dodge space junk. Eighth-grader Sergei Silcock will ask whether he's made any accidental discoveries about space. And second-...
Tags: Radio, NASA, Students, Education, Entertainment
Students at Kline School in Costa Mesa made an especially long-distance call Thursday, first to northern Italy and then bounced by ham radio to the International Space Station. Twenty students had been prepped and handed scripts with their questions as...
SUNDAY Easter Sunday Double-Header in CdM The Corona del Mar Community Church holds an Easter Sunrise Worship at Lookout Point, corner of Heliotrope Avenue and Ocean Boulevard in Corona del Mar. The event is at 6 a.m. At 11 a.m., the church will stage...
Tags: Spring Break, Easter, Museums, Arts, Arts and Culture
THURSDAY Grand Opening Party SAS Shampoo & Style, 270 E. 17th St., Suite 11, Costa Mesa, will host a grand opening party from 6 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, call (949) 646-6345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. TILL SATURDAY National Library Week in...
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A team of astronomers that includes a leading UC Irvine scientist has found a missing link that shows how the universe's most active star-creating galaxies evolve into its largest and quietest ones billions of years later. UCI post-doctoral scholar Julie...
Watching "The Prince of Atlantis," Steven Drukman's new play now making its world premiere engagement at South Coast Repertory, is like enjoying two productions simultaneously — a broad comedy and a serious drama, which occasionally overlap. The...
Re. "City Life: Costa Mesa needs to hire Lobdell permanently," (Steve Smith column, July 26): I sure hope that Bill Lobdell's employment at the L.A. Times and Daily Pilot has come to an(other) end, this time for good. He was a reasonably good editor and...
America avoided one catastrophe this summer when Congress raised the debt ceiling and averted the first default in U.S. history. But another calamity is waiting in the wings. The failure of the budget "supercommittee" puts in motion a trillion dollars...
Imagine walking into a home full of green plants. When you open the door, the area greets you with an unmistakable feeling. The air is alive and clean, full of positive energy. The plants seem to be giving off not only oxygen, but good vibrations. A...
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TODAY 'The O Show' The Estancia High School drama department presents its 31st annual "Original Show" at 7:30 p.m. at the campus' Barbara Van Holt Theatre, 2323 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa. The show features comedic shorts written by students. The show...
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TODAY Audrey And The Deer Indie band Audrey and the Deer performs Tuesdays in March at La Cave, 1695 Irvine Ave., Costa Mesa. All residency shows are free and start at 10 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.myspace.com/lacave. Free Rock Show...
COSTA MESA — For many, evolution and creationism are incompatible concepts, but that's not how Rev. Sarah Halverson sees them. The pastor at Fairview Community Church in Costa Mesa believes so strongly that science and faith go hand-in-hand that on...
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