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  • It's A Gray Area: An open letter to Rep. John Campbell

    As was discussed in this column on March 20, the immigration system in our country is not hard to repair, but the problem is that neither many Republicans nor Democrats actually want to do so. Why is that? Because many powerful Republicans want the...
  • Spend Tuesday afternoons with Steve

    COSTA MESA — The city is offering Costa Mesa residents a two-hour, weekly block of face time with interim Police Chief Steve Staveley. Costa Mesa's temporary top cop will make himself available to meet with residents from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays in...
  • Barrett-Jackson car show Sunday

    COSTA MESA — Classic British cars dating to the 1930s, including models from automakers Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin and Bentley, will take over the parking lot Sunday at South Coast Plaza for the Barrett-Jackson British Classic Car Show. Vintage...
  • Doubles teams, Korber advance

    OJAI — The Corona del Mar High doubles team of Carter Wheatley and Ismaen Aboubakare, as well as the Sage Hill team of Andrew Kurzweil and Alex Manolakas, each won twice Thursday to advance in the CIF doubles section of the prestigious 111th...
  • It's A Gray Area: Let parents make best school choices

    One simple question should resolve the "school choice" issue for most thoughtful people: "Who is in a better position to decide how and where children can best be educated: their parents or the government?" The answer should be transparent, so why not...
  • Brass knuckles found in passenger's carry-on bag at JWA

    A man was allowed to board a plane from John Wayne Airport to Phoenix on Friday after authorities found brass knuckles in his carry-on bag, officials said. About 5 a.m. Friday the man was passing through a security checkpoint when a Transportation...
  • Classically Trained: Singing on a high note at the Segerstrom Center

    The Mormon church's tradition of music, particularly vocal performance, is as strong as any. President Ronald Reagan dubbed the Mormon Tabernacle Choir "America's Choir." It counts Emmys and Grammys among its accomplishments and an extensive library of...
  • Investment firm gets office in Vegas

    Stoneridge Capital Partners, a real estate investment firm based in Newport Beach, has acquired a 100,000-square-foot office building in Las Vegas for an undisclosed price. Sunset Pilot Plaza, a three-story building, was developed in 2008 within the 3....
  • The God Squad: Rabbi meditates on his love for Christmas

    I love Christmas and I'm a rabbi, so my love for Christmas is the love of a happy and respectful stranger. However, because of all that my dearest friend, Fr. Tom Hartman, taught me, I may, in fact, be a perfect stranger for Christmas. In full...
  • Gea too much for Adamson

    COSTA MESA — Alec Adamson and Kenny Gea last saw each other during the high school tennis season. In doubles action, Adamson and his Corona del Mar partner got the best of Gea and his Irvine teammate. The two met again Wednesday and Gea pointed out...
  • Zillman enters final

    COSTA MESA — James Zillman had to adjust his schedule twice for two tennis matches in a 24-hour span. He did not have much of an issue with moving the matches. While the times changed, his goal did not at the 19th annual Costa Mesa Summer Junior...
  • Sprouts to grow by 2 locations in Costa Mesa

    COSTA MESA — Natural and organic foods shoppers will soon notice a new sign gracing their local grocer as a merger between Henry's and Sprouts markets takes root across Orange County. The two grocers, which announced the merger in April, will...