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  • World of Chima themed land coming to Legoland Florida

    World of Chima themed land coming to Legoland Florida
    A new themed land debuting at Legoland Florida this summer will take visitors to a fantasy world where animal tribes battle for possession of a mystical energy source known as chi. Photos: World of Chima themed land at Legoland Florida Debuting in...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Enjoy Dungan before it's (temporarily) gone

    The next book sale at the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and noon to 3 p.m. Sunday. There will be books of all sorts appealing to all ages and interests — fiction and nonfiction, biography, cookbooks...
  • Green Monday offers second chance at some Cyber Monday deals

    Green Monday offers second chance at some Cyber Monday deals
    Green Monday, an online retail term was coined in 2009, refers to the second Monday in December, one of retail's biggest sales days online. Cyber Monday sales were up by nearly 20 percent this year, according to industry analysts, and retailers are...
  • NASA studies on ancient Mars lake a 'turning point' in search for life

    NASA studies on ancient Mars lake a 'turning point' in search for life
    Scientists working on NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory mission have been somewhat sparing until now when describing exactly how the rocks drilled, gobbled and cooked by the Curiosity rover paint a picture of a life-friendly environment. Well, no...
  • Carnett: Presenting her case to Santa

    I sat with my 7-year-old granddaughter, Eva, the other day as she wrote her 2013 Christmas letter to Santa. Eva was staying home from school after having had an early morning dental appointment. She was lisping more than usual with a mouth full of...
  • Mars rover finds chemical ingredients for life to have thrived

    Billions of years ago, when early life was just taking hold on Earth, Mars was home to an ancient lake filled with the right chemical ingredients for life to thrive, scientists said Monday. Drilling into dry rock, NASA's Curiosity rover has discovered...
  • Kids in need get their own party

    Kids in need get their own party
    Angelica, 9, skipped to her mom, cheeks sparkling with glitter, lips shining from gloss, and said, "Mom, I got a makeover!" She beamed with her new look and pulled at her mom to explore the rest of what the Sharing the Holiday Spirit Party at South...
  • Ellicott City

    Festival of trains The B&O Railroad Station Museum's annual Holiday Festival of Trains is on view through Sunday, Jan. 26, at 2711 Maryland Ave. The exhibit includes a multilevel LEGO layout with interactive lights, motors and sounds, a Thomas the Tank...
  • Snoopy House an inviting tradition

    Snoopy House an inviting tradition
    On a cloudless Friday night in Costa Mesa, the powers that be at City Hall made it snow. The white stuff, sprinkling down onto throngs of gleeful children, was part of a festive evening that marked the opening of the 47th annual Snoopy House. Some 200...
  • A lesson in raising up a handy young man

    A lesson in raising up a handy young man
    My husband is very handy around the house. It's one of the many reasons I married him besides his Dermot-Mulroney good looks. A woman can't lose if she marries a man who can fix things. If a toilet breaks, he knows how to fix it. He can hang drywall,...
  • Letter: Is it time to defederalize?

    I type this as my young sons negotiate over who gets Boba Fett for the big battle this evening. At stake is the survival of their respective rebel and imperial bases, which they have been building for months, under threat of mutual annihilation during a...