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  • Ruling blocks fairgrounds sale

    Ruling blocks fairgrounds sale
    COSTA MESA — An appellate court ruling Tuesday blocked the sale of the Orange County Fairgrounds to a private investment group. The decision all but kills the state's deal to sell its 150-acre property to Newport Beach-based Facilities Management...
  • Sharing, caring and cooking for 25 years

    Sharing, caring and cooking for 25 years
    COSTA MESA — There was no money to buy a ladle large enough to stir a 30-gallon pot in the beginning years of Someone Cares Soup Kitchen, so founder Merle Hatleberg used a boat oar. People were hungry, and the late Hatleberg wasn't one to back down...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Enjoy 'Messiah' whether you sing or listen

    Freebie of the Week: Join the public in singing — or listening to — the free seventh annual sing-along of Handel's "Messiah" at 1 and 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the stately East Room of the Richard M. Nixon Library and Birthplace, 18001 Yorba Linda...
  • Home Of The Week: Home is leader in LEED

    COSTA MESA — The house that was once declared the first in Orange County to receive a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council has received an offer. Although the deal is not yet...
  • 'Vision' sought for city land use

    NEWPORT BEACH — Residents have griped to their City Council members recently about rehab homes popping up in their neighborhoods. Now it might be the council members' turn to complain about an undesirable land use on property they control: parking....
  • Forecast: Jobs in service should rise

    COSTA MESA — The Orange County and state economies should gain a modest amount of jobs in 2011, especially in service industries such as hospitality, education, health care and business services, according to the Chapman University forecast...
  • A busy time of year

    A busy time of year
    As an ESPN NFL reporter speculated where a big-name free agent would land, Chris Dingman smiled because he knew the location. Dingman, who is in charge of The Dingman Group, is not a rival reporter or a sports agent. As a man behind the scenes he finds...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Visit Santa Julius' workshop

    Freebie of the Week: It's the second annual Julius Holiday Tour from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday — stop by Paul Frank South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bear St., Costa Mesa, to enjoy milk, cookies and candy canes while taking a photo with Santa Julius the monkey, Paul...
  • More than the basics at this bakery

    More than the basics at this bakery
    IRVINE — A punk when she attended University High School here, Rachel Klemek has always been allured by the subversive. Growing up in the South, and later in Irvine, she remembers not understanding the concept of cooking or enjoying food. Her...
  • 'Eaters' island alliance

    'Eaters' island alliance
    The addition of the University of Hawaii to the Big West Conference, announced Friday and scheduled to begin for the 2012-13 athletic year, should bring a little marquee value to the previously all-California alliance. It will also add some logistical...
  • Stalling one dream for another

    NEWPORT BEACH — For local businessman Eric Siess and his wife, the dream was to spend this Christmas in a new home together. However, the couple, who just celebrated their one-year anniversary in September, decided to realize a different dream:...
  • Get The Ink Out: Boat parade brings family together

    "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" is not my favorite Christmas song, but boy was it the perfect song for Friday night's Christmas Boat Parade, put on by the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce. I know, I know, it was raining, enough to make me...