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  • Shadia: Dishing over questions of faith

    One of the reasons I enjoy a happy and fulfilling life is because of the people in it. They are a people who fear God, lead by example and strive, in their own way, for a better world. And last week, I was reminded once more how lucky I am when a few of...
  • Flocking to food trucks

    Flocking to food trucks
    COSTA MESA — Park it, serve from it, and they'll come. On Thursday afternoon at the Orange County Fairgrounds, discerning foodies and casual eaters checked out Food Truck Fare Thursdays, a new gathering aimed at channeling Orange County...
  • Bill calls for stronger parental consent

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) has introduced a bill that he says would strengthen laws that require parents' written consent before a school can let students out early for confidential medical procedures or to teach them about sex, gender and...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Merry Christmas to the flowers, trees and birds

    The Coastal Gardener: Merry Christmas to the flowers, trees and birds
    Chances are, as you read this, your living room is strewn with wrapping paper and holiday greeting cards. Gadgets are being plugged in, instruction sheets are being deciphered and calories are being consumed. The daily paper is soon to be dissected, a...
  • Mummified woman had trained as teacher

    Mummified woman had trained as teacher
    COSTA MESA — A homeless woman whose mummified remains were found in a car parked illegally in Costa Mesa last week worked in education in Los Angeles and held two master's degrees, according to police interviews with relatives and a review of public...
  • SPINning for 21 years

    COSTA MESA — Local nonprofit Serving People In Need will celebrate 21 years of serving Orange County's homeless families and working poor this weekend. Since the inception of SPIN, 74,000 families and individuals have received a second chance at...
  • Royal service, royal secrets

    Royal service, royal secrets
    LAGUNA BEACH — When it comes to those mysterious British royals, no one knows what's going on inside — or on top of — their heads better than the ultimate confidant. "The media would say, 'If you want to find out anything, just ask the...
  • Book hits close to home

     Book hits close to home
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — More than 100 volleyball fans went to a bookstore to see Misty May-Treanor serve up more than balls. She can be one funny act, even at a Barnes & Noble on a Tuesday night in Huntington Beach. Mostly teenage girls, mothers and...
  • His legacy is all around

    His legacy is all around
    Donald McLean Williamson, an architect whose works included Tivoli Terrace and the Forum Theater on the Festival of Arts grounds, died July 23 in his home after a long illness. He was 96. A memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. Aug. 6 at the Forum...