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  • Wu: The Taj, the dock fee and home values

    Are you excited? I'm excited. Not Christmas excited. Excited because the Newport Beach City Council and the government employees who overflow the old City Hall will be moving into the largest, most egregious example of shiny government decadence and...
  • The Crowd: Recognizing student accomplishments

    The Crowd: Recognizing student accomplishments
    As the national debate rages on over government funding versus private-sector support of charitable social and educational programs directed at disadvantaged sectors of the American population, there are those among us who ignore the rhetoric and take...
  • City Lights: The funniest man in the county

    City Lights: The funniest man in the county
    The following column is very funny. At least, it better be. A prize-winning comedian helped me write it. The other week, an email landed in my inbox declaring that Mark Schumacher, a high school teacher who lives in Trabuco Canyon, had trounced the...
  • Mailbag: Incivility at skate park meeting shocking

    I am a resident of a neighborhood adjacent to Arch Beach Heights. I attended the informational meeting regarding the proposed skate park at Moulton Meadows Park. While valid points were made by opponents of the skate park concept, some residents who...
  • Officials turn out for Triangle ribbon cutting

    Officials turn out for Triangle ribbon cutting
    The Saddle Ranch Chop House and El Corazón de Costa Mesa, two new restaurants at The Triangle, held small ribbon-cutting ceremonies earlier this week. Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce employees, city officials and others posed for the grand-opening photos...
  • Council won't oppose Poseidon as a group

    The Huntington Beach City Council decided Monday not to send a group letter to the state Coastal Commission opposing a proposed desalination plant for fear they may be sued. Councilman Jim Katapodis' substitute motion to allow individual council...
  • Hundreds turn out to support fire rings

    Politicians and residents gathered Sunday to cook hot dogs and roast marshmallows at Huntington State Beach in a message to air-quality regulators that they wouldn't give up the city's fire rings without a fight. Hundreds, including politicians like...
  • Mailbag: Is more gun control needed?

    In response to Marsha Bianchi's letter, "Times have changed since the 2nd Amendment," published in your April 12 edition: Bianchi tries to make a couple of points, the first being very dangerous. She is correct when she says times have changed since...
  • Rohrabacher to pursue working with Russia

    U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) will chair a meeting Friday in Washington, D.C., to pursue the proposal he announced in Laguna last week about joining with Russia to combat radical Islam. Rohrabacher chairs the House Foreign Affairs...
  • Our Laguna: Rohrabacher makes the rounds

    "Getting to Know You" has been U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's theme song since new areas were added last year to the 48th District that he represents. Last weekend, he lunched with the Laguna Beach Rotary Club on Friday at Aliso Creek Inn and brunched...
  • Wu: Name ID mattered most in Costa Mesa election

    So here we are, basking (or wailing) in the aftermath of the 2012 General Election. In my Newport Beach, nothing really happened. Measure EE, a charter-reform initiative, overwhelmingly passed, with one council member later commenting that he couldn't...