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  • L.A. Philharmonic's Minimalist Jukebox festival reveals a wide range

     L.A. Philharmonic's Minimalist Jukebox festival reveals a wide range
    In his classic tome "The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century," critic Alex Ross compares Minimalism to driving a car "across empty desert, the layered repetitions in the music mirroring the changes that the eye perceives — road signs...
  • Foley officially declares council candidacy

    Foley officially declares council candidacy
    Katrina Foley, a Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustee, officially launched her campaign for Costa Mesa City Council on Wednesday night. Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer, longtime resident Lee Ramos, Tony Capitelli, who is the son-in-law of Newport...
  • The Crowd: 1221 adds up to student assistance

    The Crowd: 1221 adds up to student assistance
    The value of education remains a priority for a majority of Newport-Mesa parents, as well as for citizens at large. America needs an educated population. Worldwide competition is more demanding than ever. The difficulty in gaining university...
  • District talks of offering specialty areas of study

    Flagship programs, which allow students to specialize in a specific subject from kindergarten through graduation, could be implemented in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District by next school year. The Costa Mesa, Corona del Mar, Estancia and...
  • La Caņada High girls' soccer advances to first-ever CIF final

    La Cañada High girls' soccer advances to first-ever CIF final
    HEMET — It doesn’t seem to matter whatever the format and whoever the opponent is for the La Caņada High girls’ soccer team this season. The Spartans have seemingly found a way to win in an undefeated campaign that became magical on...
  • PTA member named to board

    Newport-Mesa Unified District trustees voted Tuesday evening to appoint a long-time Costa Mesa resident and Parent Teacher Association member to fill the soon-to-be-vacant seat on the school board. Vicki Snell, who has spent the past 15 years...
  • Blizzard's fury was no match for young looove

    The Doctor is in. "A grand slalom-like drive in the dark through the Rocky Mountains was the weekend routine for my then-new boyfriend Fred in the winter of our courtship," wrote Sue Lucrezi of Lower Saucon Township. "After working 60+ hours a week as...
  • At-large voting: Latino handicap?

    At-large voting: Latino handicap?
    The way Juana Trejo remembers it, the heavy double doors of Costa Mesa's City Council chambers hit her on the way in. She stood in the doorway. A sea of unfamiliar faces turned to look at her. Some were laughing. It was her first time at City Hall,...
  • Film Review: '300: Rise of an Empire'

    Few recent tentpoles have lent themselves less naturally to a sequel than Zack Snyder's "300," a movie in which nearly all the major characters died, while a brief coda showed a unified Greek army about to lay waste to the remnants of Persia. But Snyder...
  • Water conservation's other benefit: It's a power saver

    Water conservation's other benefit: It's a power saver
    California's drought has everyone talking about ways to save water. Gov. Jerry Brown has implored residents to reduce their consumption by 20%. One writer suggested Angelenos share showers. A nonprofit is encouraging people not to waste even ice cubes...
  • Proposal to tackle Costa Mesa's pension debt to be considered

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday will consider a plan to take a small bite out of its pension debt by making a series of early payments that could save the city $12 million. By paying $25 million to fire department employees' pension fund faster...