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By Bradley Zint | September 27, 2013
Letters and posters circulated in the community contain false and defamatory information about Orange County Fairgrounds employees, fair officials said. Within the past 30 days, two O.C. Fair & Event Center employees and one of their family members received anonymous letters at their homes that contained "false information," according to a statement read Wednesday by Fair Board Chairman Stan Tkaczyk. The posters, placed around Huntington Beach and in neighborhoods near the fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, depicted fairgrounds staff in a "negative and cruel light," Tkaczyk said.
NEWS
By Daniel Tedford | August 22, 2008
Jeff Immediato and his dog Bobbi share a big hug on their lawn. It’s a sunny day in Corona del Mar, Bobbi’s bronze fur glistening in the light as she wraps her paws around her owner. She hardly leaves his side as he sits out front, much like his father did before he died. It’s hard to imagine that eight months ago Bobbi disappeared, stolen from Immediato’s backyard. It took six months before Immediato and his family found out where Bobbi was — shockingly, miles away in Oregon.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jack Salisbury | July 10, 2008
NEWS
November 17, 2001
Young Chang Gustav Vafadari wishes someone would add a contemporary dimension to the 1943 poster titled "Americans Will Always Fights For Liberty," by artists identified only as Perlin and Martin. The World War II picture shows troops and founding fathers from 1778 on the left, and soldiers from 1943 on the right. Vafadari, owner of the Nottingham Art and Frame Gallery in Newport Beach, says someone should include the date 2001 on the poster and link wars of the past to today's war against terrorism.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters | October 27, 2011
COSTA MESA — Call it an art show to make the dead — and your wallet — rejoice. Food trucks, music, live performances, spooky face-painting and affordable handmade artwork will come together from 7 to 11 p.m. Wednesday for Dia de los Muertos, in the first of monthly events hosted by FIND Art Magazine. The free art show and event at FIND Art Galleries, 1640 Superior Ave., will showcase hundreds of handmade posters from local artists including pieces from Black Flys artist Steev Creeper.
NEWS
May 24, 2000
Three local first-graders who created poster slogans for a contest will be recognized by Mesa Consolidated Water District's Board of Directors. The winning students are Andrew Cox, Kylie Deschenes and Krysta Williams, all from Vineyard Christian School. The winning posters are featured in the 2000-2001 "Water is Life" calendar which will be distributed to all Orange County schools this year ... Leadership Tomorrow will honor the following graduates from its 2000 class: Fred R. Bockmiller, Keith B. Bohr, Elisabeth Cotton, Victoria A. Curtin, Nadine Durbach, Ron Flathers, Frank J. Guitierrez, Robert C. Hawkins, Robert A. Helmer, Diana M. Leach, Maryann V. Marks, Greg Marshall, Turdy J. Naman, Margaret Plum, Rosa Rochin, Lucy Santana, Jeff Staneart, Ann Stawicki, Hallie Strock, Thamas L. Sutro, Nancy A. Tarantello, Scott A. Weger, Marci Maietta Weinberg and Deborah Young.
BUSINESS
December 25, 2006
Model home designer website work awarded Costa Mesa-based Studio Design Group Interiors was selected last week as a Silver Award winner for the Nationals Competition. The competition, presented by the Nationals Sales and Marketing Council of the National Assn. of Home Builders, is for new-home sales and marketing professionals and communities. The Costa Mesa model home interior design and merchandising studio was one of five Silver Award winners in the best website category.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 24, 2013
LOS ANGELES - On the wall, half a dozen posters featured Chris Arreola and the man he's going fight at the OC Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa on March 9. All the posters looked the same, yet none looked like what Arreola, at age 31, looks like. He has hair now. He's in better shape. He means business, and he wore it underneath that suit he arrived in for his press conference on Wednesday. The Arreola who came to promote his World Boxing Council heavyweight title elimination bout on HBO against Bermane Stiverne wasn't the Arreola on the posters.
NEWS
August 10, 2003
GLOBAL BEGINNINGS Peter Max was born in Berlin in 1937, but spent the first ten years of his life in Shanghai. From there, Max and his family traveled around the globe, living in the Himalayas, India, Africa and Israel. He went to art school in Paris. In 1953, the family moved to the United States. Max attended the Art Student's League in New York. MAX GIVING Max's compassion transcends the canvas. The artist puts a high priority on giving.
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NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | March 27, 2014
Tattooed shins and a penchant for pedicures prove a Costa Mesa man charged with vandalizing a political campaign sign in 2012 is wrongfully accused, his defense argued at trial Thursday. Steven Charles White, 40, formerly a maintenance worker with the city of Costa Mesa, was charged last year with misdemeanor vandalism for allegedly ripping up a lawn sign advertising candidates in a heated City Council race. Testimony in his jury trial began and concluded Thursday at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, with the prosecutor and defense focused on exactly who is shown in grainy black-and-white footage ripping up a sign for a slate of candidates.
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SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | March 26, 2014
When Daniel Lawrence was a freshman, he could easily be described as scrawny, not really someone you'd expect to play football. He was 5-foot-9, 115 pounds and what's worse he began to lose confidence. A lack of playing time can do that to any competitor, and especially a beginner. But Lawrence didn't want to give up on the game. He didn't want to quit on himself. Lawrence had always set the goal that he would play all four years of high school football. He saw the game as a connection to his father, George, who also played the game and remains a big fan. They both follow the New York Giants, because Dad is from New York.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | September 27, 2013
Letters and posters circulated in the community contain false and defamatory information about Orange County Fairgrounds employees, fair officials said. Within the past 30 days, two O.C. Fair & Event Center employees and one of their family members received anonymous letters at their homes that contained "false information," according to a statement read Wednesday by Fair Board Chairman Stan Tkaczyk. The posters, placed around Huntington Beach and in neighborhoods near the fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, depicted fairgrounds staff in a "negative and cruel light," Tkaczyk said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Annie Kim | April 29, 2013
Despite difficulties finding locations to shoot "A Werewolf Boy," a blockbuster from South Korea and this year's selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival's Korean Spotlight, filmmakers were able to capture some of the country's most scenic destinations. Shot primarily in natural settings, including the waterfalls of Pocheon, a cypress forest in Jangheung and the scenic national island of Jeju, the film, written and directed by Sung-hee Jo, is about a family that moves to a small village and takes in an orphan boy who resembles a wolf more than a human with his feral behavior and supernatural strength.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 24, 2013
LOS ANGELES - On the wall, half a dozen posters featured Chris Arreola and the man he's going fight at the OC Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa on March 9. All the posters looked the same, yet none looked like what Arreola, at age 31, looks like. He has hair now. He's in better shape. He means business, and he wore it underneath that suit he arrived in for his press conference on Wednesday. The Arreola who came to promote his World Boxing Council heavyweight title elimination bout on HBO against Bermane Stiverne wasn't the Arreola on the posters.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters | October 27, 2011
COSTA MESA — Call it an art show to make the dead — and your wallet — rejoice. Food trucks, music, live performances, spooky face-painting and affordable handmade artwork will come together from 7 to 11 p.m. Wednesday for Dia de los Muertos, in the first of monthly events hosted by FIND Art Magazine. The free art show and event at FIND Art Galleries, 1640 Superior Ave., will showcase hundreds of handmade posters from local artists including pieces from Black Flys artist Steev Creeper.
NEWS
By Tom Ragan, tom.ragan@latimes.com | November 29, 2010
COSTA MESA — Students from the Waldorf School of Orange County on Monday planted more than a dozen California sycamore trees in the Talbert Nature Preserve below Fairview Park. It's all part of an environmental program to return native vegetation to the Santa Ana River Valley that was once home to Native Americans and Spanish settlers and, as late as the 1940s, cattle ranchers. Orange County Parks special resource officer Sue Stoffel told the group of kindergartners to high school seniors that they'd be able to visit the preserve and see the dramatic change in the landscape as a result of their hard work.
FEATURES
March 31, 2009
The creators of a new musical that will be staged for the first time at the Samueli Theater in Costa Mesa later this month are reaching out to the community to design the poster that will accompany the production. The Orange County Performing Arts Center is holding a contest for local artists and graphic designers, asking them to submit posters for “The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown,” a teenage drama. Creators Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk will judge the entries and the winner’s poster will be displayed at all 16 performances of the show in late April and early May. The winner will also get a chance to display a handful of other art pieces in the theater’s lobby and six complimentary tickets to the musical.
NEWS
By Daniel Tedford | August 22, 2008
Jeff Immediato and his dog Bobbi share a big hug on their lawn. It’s a sunny day in Corona del Mar, Bobbi’s bronze fur glistening in the light as she wraps her paws around her owner. She hardly leaves his side as he sits out front, much like his father did before he died. It’s hard to imagine that eight months ago Bobbi disappeared, stolen from Immediato’s backyard. It took six months before Immediato and his family found out where Bobbi was — shockingly, miles away in Oregon.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jack Salisbury | July 10, 2008
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