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  • U2's longtime tour manager dies in LA hotel room

    U2's longtime tour manager dies in LA hotel room
    Dennis Sheehan, U2's longtime tour manager, has died at a Southern California hotel, a day after the band kicked off a five-night stint in the Los Angeles area. U2 frontman Bono posted a statement Wednesday on the band's website about Sheehan's death....
  • Burb's Eye View: The Media City is perfect for a staycation

    Burb's Eye View: The Media City is perfect for a staycation
    I had scrubbed the oven wall so hard that the grease eventually filled and stained each tiny groove in my fingertips. Not exactly how I planned to spend the day off. You know you’ve reached a certain level of maturity when a three-day hiatus...
  • Letters: Regulate trucks; Crystal Spring; Pet trusts workshop; Children, work

     Letters: Regulate trucks; Crystal Spring; Pet trusts workshop; Children, work
    Regulate trucks A recent weekend saw yet another major incident on the local roads, naturally involving a truck. Isn't it time for the government to actually do something about this safety problem? It's time to admit to simple physics: Trucks do not mix...
  • Push grows to add Rim of the Valley lands to national recreation area

    Push grows to add Rim of the Valley lands to national recreation area
    As a graduate student at California State University Northridge in the mid-1970s, the late Marge Feinberg began rabble-rousing for a "green belt" of wildlife habitats, parks and recreational areas encircling the San Fernando Valley. She even copyrighted...
  • Rearview Mirror: O.C. Week in Review

    Sunday, 05.17.15 Loretta Sanchez issues an apology U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez apologized for making a stereotypical Native American "war cry" gesture that disrupted the opening phase of her campaign. In remarks to hundreds of delegates at...
  • NYC's glam moms get paid for performance

    NYC's glam moms get paid for performance
    The wife bonus. It's a year-end check from the husband that's based on her performance. How well the house, or houses, were managed and whether the kids were successful at school, for example. Wednesday Martin, anthropologist, author and mommy...
  • It's time for Carnegie Hall, and Costa Mesa High choirs are ready

    It's time for Carnegie Hall, and Costa Mesa High choirs are ready
    Students in Costa Mesa High School's Madrigal and Vocal Ensemble choirs are counting down the days until they travel to New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall. "I'd pack my bags and leave for New York today if I could," senior Evan Stechauner said....
  • Boca's Wick theater debuts new restaurant

    Boca's Wick theater debuts new restaurant
      The Tavern at The Wick 7901 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 561-995-2333, TheWick.org The Wick Theatre & Costume Museum (the former Caldwell) has debuted a Tavern on the Green-inspired restaurant serving dinner Wednesday through Sunday, plus...
  • Los encantos y contrastes de Nueva York en el invierno

    Los encantos y contrastes de Nueva York en el invierno
    En invierno Nueva York seduce, tienta, enloquece. Como una mujer misteriosa que aparece en los sueños o en las profundidades del mar en forma de sirena. Una especie de romance peligroso que mezcla la brutalidad del invierno del noreste continental con...
  • Auditors examining Great Park money have spent $1.4 million themselves

    Auditors examining Great Park money have spent $1.4 million themselves
    The long-running effort to determine how tens of millions of dollars were spent trying to transform a retired Marine base into a sprawling municipal park has itself rocketed far past its original budget. Since 2013, auditors have been trying to...
  • Annapolis Summer Garden's again steps outside theatrical box

    Annapolis Summer Garden's again steps outside theatrical box
    Anne Arundel has major cause for celebration in the 50th season of the outdoor Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre. At the historic former Colonial blacksmith's shop at 143 Compromise St., across from City Dock, the challenges of presenting 50 seasons under...