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October 28, 2002
Barry Faulkner After the Costa Mesa High football team consumed crosstown rival Estancia Friday with a 41-0 verdict in the 36th Battle for the Bell, the Mustangs players and coaches sat down to consume the now traditional postgame rib dinner awarded to the winner. But even before the victory and its postgame treat were digested, the focus of both players and coaches began to drift toward Friday's Golden West League clash with Westminster. "Our kids work real hard at it, they enjoy the wins and feel real good about them," Mesa Coach Dave Perkins said.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 1, 2009
Where’s it at: BC Broiler, 1866 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa, (949) 650-8080 What’s in it: The chicken is slowly rotated on the restaurant’s large rotisserie for three hours until golden brown. The chicken comes either plain or with a lemon and garlic butter sauce. A barbecue sauce is also available. Cost: $13.99 whole chicken, $8.49 half chicken, $6.49 quarter chicken Why you should order it: This is a great way to eat chicken, and owner Barry Afshar has been part of the family-run business for 23 years.
NEWS
April 24, 2001
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District offers menu choices each day at elementary schools. Students may choose a vegetarian entree if desired. The selection varies and may be either a salad, sandwich or hot entree. School lunches are $1.75 each; the district does not accept checks for less than $17.50. Here's what's being served this week: TODAY Munchable Lunch Salad with Dannon fruit yogurt or Rib-B-Que on a bun with barbecue sauce, baby carrots with dip, strawberries, choice of milk WEDNESDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or sourdough French bread pizza, crisp green salad with low fat dressing, fresh fruit, choice of milk THURSDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or turkey and gravy with mashed potatoes and fresh baked roll, peach cup, choice of milk FRIDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or fish sticks with tartar sauce, corn on the cob, rosy applesauce, school cookie, choice of milk MONDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or turkey nuggets with dipping sauce, baby carrots with low fat dip, choice of fruit, choice of milk The Munchable Lunch Salad contains tossed greens, cherry tomatoes, crackers and protein sources such as cheese, sunflower seeds, fruit yogurt, honey-roasted peanuts and dressing.
NEWS
By: Mark R. Madler | October 1, 2005
The line at the Tony Roma's table extended out 10 feet, hands down the longest at Thursday night's second annual Taste of Burbank. And those hands would have been streaked with the barbecue sauce from the chicken legs and ribs being served by restaurant employees. Arleta resident Mike Shanto was among those who lined up for a sampling of Roma's fare. "I love the food and I love the city and the music," Shanto said. San Fernando Boulevard between Orange Grove Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard was closed down for the event.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | November 8, 2007
While it is stag night for me most evenings, my friend found himself wifeless one recent midweek night. Men, especially married ones whose wives are CEOs of the family, are dangerous when left to their own devices. The choices my friend could have made for dinner would probably have been disastrous, plus I don’t even know if they sell pizza-flavored Cheez Whiz anymore. So we got together for a little male bonding time and figured the food had to be manly to fit with the theme of the evening.
NEWS
May 29, 2003
Deirdre Newman Z Tejas is an oasis of calm in the bustling South Coast Metro area. The restaurant, at one of the entrances to South Coast Plaza, features an outdoor patio and mellow music, creating a relaxing atmosphere that makes patrons want to linger over their meals. While the location and ambience are a plus, the flavorful food is its most alluring asset. "Taste without borders" is how Z Tejas touts its cuisine. The influences include from Cajun, Southwest and Asian-influenced Pacific Coast.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz and By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | February 27, 2013
Chef Jamie Ngo is a talented young chef with serious credentials, including Le Cordon Bleu, the Bazaar (a bastion of molecular gastronomy) in Beverly Hills, the Polo Lounge and the Ritz-Carlton in Pasadena. She now presides over her own kitchen at Scraps in Huntington Beach, serving an inventive fusion menu of small plates. Once again, we note that Huntington Beach appears to have more new, small, chef-driven restaurants than anywhere else in Orange County. The menu has many intriguing combinations that just beg to be tasted, and unusual variations on more familiar dishes.
NEWS
August 31, 2004
1. Newport Beach City Councilmen last week agreed with residents who want the Army Corps of Engineers to do what? A. Dump dredged sediment from the Santa Ana River offshore B. Make the trains run on time C. Clean out the Rhine Channel D. Change its name to "Army Core of Engineers" 2. Newport-Mesa Unified School District Trustee Tom Egan accused his colleagues of possibly doing what? A. Flunking classes B. Making fun of the "lunch lady" C. Losing Measure A funds D. Violating the state's open-meeting law 3. Newport Beach last week became the third city in Orange County to do what?
NEWS
March 24, 2002
Police are investigating allegations that a 71-year-old Costa Mesa man molested a 12-year-old girl who reported she was attacked by him March 16, when she was selling candy door-to-door. Additional charges were filed against Mesa Verde resident James Harper on Tuesday after officials learned of a second alleged victim from the same neighborhood. Harper is scheduled to be arraigned on two felony child molestation Friday. The 12-year-old girl told police she was selling candy on Redwood Avenue for a school fund-raiser when she allegedly had the encounter with Harper.
NEWS
August 12, 2001
The other day my friend Stacy gave me a copy of an article that ran in the San Francisco Chronicle. It is a delightful essay by Adair Lara called "The Cat Years" and it talks about children and their changing habits as they go from childhood through the teenage years and their eventual metamorphosis into human beings. The synopsis of the article goes something like this: In their younger years, children are friendly and outgoing, eager to please and generally fun to be around, much like a dog. As they enter their teenage years their personalities become much more catlike, aloof and, well, kind of snotty.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz and By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | February 27, 2013
Chef Jamie Ngo is a talented young chef with serious credentials, including Le Cordon Bleu, the Bazaar (a bastion of molecular gastronomy) in Beverly Hills, the Polo Lounge and the Ritz-Carlton in Pasadena. She now presides over her own kitchen at Scraps in Huntington Beach, serving an inventive fusion menu of small plates. Once again, we note that Huntington Beach appears to have more new, small, chef-driven restaurants than anywhere else in Orange County. The menu has many intriguing combinations that just beg to be tasted, and unusual variations on more familiar dishes.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 1, 2009
Where’s it at: BC Broiler, 1866 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa, (949) 650-8080 What’s in it: The chicken is slowly rotated on the restaurant’s large rotisserie for three hours until golden brown. The chicken comes either plain or with a lemon and garlic butter sauce. A barbecue sauce is also available. Cost: $13.99 whole chicken, $8.49 half chicken, $6.49 quarter chicken Why you should order it: This is a great way to eat chicken, and owner Barry Afshar has been part of the family-run business for 23 years.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | November 8, 2007
While it is stag night for me most evenings, my friend found himself wifeless one recent midweek night. Men, especially married ones whose wives are CEOs of the family, are dangerous when left to their own devices. The choices my friend could have made for dinner would probably have been disastrous, plus I don’t even know if they sell pizza-flavored Cheez Whiz anymore. So we got together for a little male bonding time and figured the food had to be manly to fit with the theme of the evening.
NEWS
By: Mark R. Madler | October 1, 2005
The line at the Tony Roma's table extended out 10 feet, hands down the longest at Thursday night's second annual Taste of Burbank. And those hands would have been streaked with the barbecue sauce from the chicken legs and ribs being served by restaurant employees. Arleta resident Mike Shanto was among those who lined up for a sampling of Roma's fare. "I love the food and I love the city and the music," Shanto said. San Fernando Boulevard between Orange Grove Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard was closed down for the event.
NEWS
August 31, 2004
1. Newport Beach City Councilmen last week agreed with residents who want the Army Corps of Engineers to do what? A. Dump dredged sediment from the Santa Ana River offshore B. Make the trains run on time C. Clean out the Rhine Channel D. Change its name to "Army Core of Engineers" 2. Newport-Mesa Unified School District Trustee Tom Egan accused his colleagues of possibly doing what? A. Flunking classes B. Making fun of the "lunch lady" C. Losing Measure A funds D. Violating the state's open-meeting law 3. Newport Beach last week became the third city in Orange County to do what?
NEWS
May 29, 2003
Deirdre Newman Z Tejas is an oasis of calm in the bustling South Coast Metro area. The restaurant, at one of the entrances to South Coast Plaza, features an outdoor patio and mellow music, creating a relaxing atmosphere that makes patrons want to linger over their meals. While the location and ambience are a plus, the flavorful food is its most alluring asset. "Taste without borders" is how Z Tejas touts its cuisine. The influences include from Cajun, Southwest and Asian-influenced Pacific Coast.
NEWS
October 28, 2002
Barry Faulkner After the Costa Mesa High football team consumed crosstown rival Estancia Friday with a 41-0 verdict in the 36th Battle for the Bell, the Mustangs players and coaches sat down to consume the now traditional postgame rib dinner awarded to the winner. But even before the victory and its postgame treat were digested, the focus of both players and coaches began to drift toward Friday's Golden West League clash with Westminster. "Our kids work real hard at it, they enjoy the wins and feel real good about them," Mesa Coach Dave Perkins said.
NEWS
March 24, 2002
Police are investigating allegations that a 71-year-old Costa Mesa man molested a 12-year-old girl who reported she was attacked by him March 16, when she was selling candy door-to-door. Additional charges were filed against Mesa Verde resident James Harper on Tuesday after officials learned of a second alleged victim from the same neighborhood. Harper is scheduled to be arraigned on two felony child molestation Friday. The 12-year-old girl told police she was selling candy on Redwood Avenue for a school fund-raiser when she allegedly had the encounter with Harper.
NEWS
August 12, 2001
The other day my friend Stacy gave me a copy of an article that ran in the San Francisco Chronicle. It is a delightful essay by Adair Lara called "The Cat Years" and it talks about children and their changing habits as they go from childhood through the teenage years and their eventual metamorphosis into human beings. The synopsis of the article goes something like this: In their younger years, children are friendly and outgoing, eager to please and generally fun to be around, much like a dog. As they enter their teenage years their personalities become much more catlike, aloof and, well, kind of snotty.
NEWS
April 24, 2001
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District offers menu choices each day at elementary schools. Students may choose a vegetarian entree if desired. The selection varies and may be either a salad, sandwich or hot entree. School lunches are $1.75 each; the district does not accept checks for less than $17.50. Here's what's being served this week: TODAY Munchable Lunch Salad with Dannon fruit yogurt or Rib-B-Que on a bun with barbecue sauce, baby carrots with dip, strawberries, choice of milk WEDNESDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or sourdough French bread pizza, crisp green salad with low fat dressing, fresh fruit, choice of milk THURSDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or turkey and gravy with mashed potatoes and fresh baked roll, peach cup, choice of milk FRIDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or fish sticks with tartar sauce, corn on the cob, rosy applesauce, school cookie, choice of milk MONDAY Munchable Lunch Salad or turkey nuggets with dipping sauce, baby carrots with low fat dip, choice of fruit, choice of milk The Munchable Lunch Salad contains tossed greens, cherry tomatoes, crackers and protein sources such as cheese, sunflower seeds, fruit yogurt, honey-roasted peanuts and dressing.
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