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  • Harlan: Costa Mesa can live up to motto with attention to detail

    For many people, the gateway to Costa Mesa is at Harbor Boulevard from the San Diego (405) Freeway. What impression do we create for a passing or exiting motorist? Within one half-mile south of the freeway offramp there is In-N-Out Burger, Chick fil-A,...
  • Daily Pilot launches mobile app

    The Daily Pilot app is now ready for a phone or tablet near you. We are proud to announce that the Pilot's new mobile app for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices is now available in the iTunes App Store and the Android Market. The app's interface is...
  • Apple hits 3M mark with newest iPad

    Apple hits 3M mark with newest iPad
    Just three days after Apple launched the newest iPad in stores, the company announced it has sold a whopping 3 million units. The tablet computers were sold at the Apple stores in South Coast Plaza and Fashion Island. Even over the weekend, there were...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Lessons from the Panama Canal

    For some time after my husband read the book "The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914", by David McCullough, and recommended it to me as a "very readable" book, I have had it in my pile of reading material. But the very size...
  • He heard what sounded like a voice

    As the second day of searching for two missing Costa Mesa hikers ended, resident John Sendrey decided it had gone on long enough. The 42-year-old IBM programmer thought a data- and technology-driven approach could be the key to finding Kyndall Jack, 18,...
  • Officials hope to discuss fire ring ban with AQMD

    The South Coast Air Quality Management District will postpone its hearing regarding the removal of beach fire rings in Orange and Los Angeles counties after the city of Huntington Beach received a letter from the California Coastal Commission. The...
  • Friends of the Libraries: One library is better than none

    The contractor has begun working on the roof at the Costa Mesa/Donald Dungan Library! The roofers have been very busy, which makes me think they will get the job done on time so that we can get back into the library on schedule. In the meantime, you can...
  • Irrelevant Week XXXV: Newport rocks to Toone

    Irrelevant Week XXXV: Newport rocks to Toone
    NEWPORT BEACH — Dressed in a royal blue collared shirt, navy blue slacks and brown shoes, a 25-year-old with long hair walked into the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel and Spa looking like a mixture of Tarzan and Carrot Top. No, that's just Tim Toone,...
  • The Crowd: Concerts for mission's preservation

    It is known as "The Jewel of the Missions." And it is surely one of Orange County's most significant cultural and religious landmarks. Mission San Juan Capistrano, the seventh in a chain of 21 California missions under the leadership of Padre Junípero...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Celebs causing commotion

    She's not coming. I am so bummed. No I'm not. That's a total lie. Assuming you didn't just blow in from Saturn, you know the latest on Lindsay Lohan of course. Lindsay was bad, cried in court, went to jail then got out, which often happens. She was...
  • UCI medical school goes digital

    IRVINE — On Friday, UC Irvine's School of Medicine ushered in the class of 2014. This year, instead of finding a shiny new stethoscope in their pockets, they got something a little sweeter: an Apple iPad. So far, the program is the first in...
  • Golf balls fall for all

    Golf balls fall for all
    COSTA MESA — The wind off a helicopter hovering over the field kicked up a small dirt storm that swept over waiting students and parents. Many youngsters pulled their powder blue shirts over their mouths and noses to keep out the dust, but most...