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By Paul Anderson | July 14, 2008
When Edith Sandoval and Tony Figueroa heard Barack Obama planned to be at the Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach on Sunday, they knew they had to be there. Problem was it cost a lot of money to meet the Democratic presidential contender. If you wanted to shake his hand and get a picture taken with him, it would cost you $28,500. If you just wanted to hear one of his stump speeches in person and see the man, that would cost $2,300. Why the difference? Because the maximum an individual can give a presidential contender is $2,300 in the general election.
SPORTS
April 30, 2006
PANCAKE RUN Registration is now open for the Orange County Track Club's ninth Pancake Breakfast 5k and Kids Race on June 11. The race will take place at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa, with proceeds going to the Estancia High cross-country and track and field program. Registration is $20 for adults before June 1 ? $25 after ? and includes race entry, a T-shirt, breakfast and goodie bag. Children 12 and under may register for $10, which includes T-shirt, breakfast and goodie bag. Non-participants may purchase breakfast tickets for $5. For more information, call (949)
NEWS
February 16, 2009
The UC Irvine men’s basketball game Wednesday against Big West Conference rival Cal State Northridge at 8 p.m. at the Bren Events Center, will feature the first “Blackout Night” promotion. Fans are being asked to participate by wearing black to the game, which will be televised on ESPNU. The “Blackout” theme is inspired by the black shirts worn by the official UC Irvine student spirit group, Eater Nation. In a special promotion, fans can get their own “Blackout Eater Nation” T-shirt and a general admission ticket to the game for $12. To RSVP for the “Blackout Night” and pre-order a shirt, visit www.ucirvinesports.
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By Brianna Bailey | January 21, 2009
Costa Mesa resident Jennifer Capaci says she started to become more environmentally conscious when she became a mother, buying organic foods and trying to use more eco-friendly products. “I really think about what I put in my body and what are healthy choices for my kids,” said Capaci, a mother of two boys, ages 3 and 2. “I’m not living in a cave — I’m making choices every day when it’s applicable. Luckily, this whole industry is really coming to the forefront now.” Her passion for the environment has led her to create a new line of eco-friendly T-shirts called the Terra Collection.
NEWS
November 27, 1999
Greg Risling Thieves apparently were fully aware that banks were open during the holiday weekend as two unrelated robberies occurred within hours of one another Friday in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach. Two men made off with more than $8,200 from a California Federal Bank branch in Costa Mesa, and another man waited 20 minutes at a Wells Fargo in Newport Beach before making his move. The first robbery occurred shortly before 11 a.m. when two men ran inside the California Federal branch in the 2700 block of Harbor Boulevard.
NEWS
January 24, 2001
A man walked into Fidelity Federal Bank on Westcliff Drive in Newport Beach on Tuesday afternoon and announced he was there to rob the branch. Although the bank robber did not show a weapon, he left with the money from one teller's drawer, said Sgt. Steve Shulman of the Newport Beach Police Department. Police describe the bank robber as being in his late 20s or early 30s, between 5-foot-4 and 5-foot-6. Witnesses said he was wearing black jeans, a black baseball cap, black wraparound sunglasses and a brown and white flannel shirt over a white T-shirt.
NEWS
September 7, 2001
Diesel recently opened at South Coast Plaza as part of a major national expansion that has witnessed the opening of boutiques in Beverly Hills and Honolulu. The cutting-edge store features men's and women's contemporary clothing, along with Diesel designed sunglasses, footwear, bags, fragrance and a new line of watches that they are calling TimeFrames. Diesel's fall/winter 2001-02 collection combines the look of military regalia with its own unique inspiration that emanates "new age exploration of vibrant deep-sea flora playing against old-fashioned forms, prints, labels and patches."
BUSINESS
By Michael Miller | July 24, 2007
Niels Juul may grow wealthy enough in his new job to own a mansion, servants and a fleet of sports cars. But he'll have none of it. The Denmark native, who took over last month as chief executive of the surf clothing retailer Hot Tuna, believes in using his power for the greater good. In his last job, as managing director for the clothing company Von Dutch, he oversaw a worldwide charity drive for tsunami victims. Now, Juul is seeking a philanthropic role for Hot Tuna — and he started Saturday by teaching 16 former gang members how to surf.
NEWS
March 15, 2000
-- Noaki Schwartz The 19th annual Corona del Mar Scenic 5K is looking for sponsors. Organizers are expecting more than 3,000 participants to show up to the June 3 event. Various levels of sponsorship are available, including the opportunity to have a business logo printed on the back of this year's race T-shirt. There will be separate races for men and women and several other events, including a 2-mile fun walk and a 1K kids run. Runners will follow Corona del Mar's oceanfront bluffs and wind through residential areas.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | June 19, 2013
Three broke Costa Mesa high school students used their bleak circumstances to start a business at the beginning of the school year - Penniless Clothing Co. With $750 borrowed from their parents, Alexis Martin, Thomas Khiev and Justin Fisher - all students at Costa Mesa High School - bought a vinyl printer and a heat press to transfer their homemade designs onto T-shirts. "The first shirts we were ever going to make were supposed to be tie-dye," Alexis said. "And they just turned purple," Justin said.
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By Joanna Clay | January 24, 2012
Jason Maloney's art is no stranger to the city of Costa Mesa. His artwork, which he calls "Tim Burton meetsDr. Seuss," greets patrons at Wahoo's Fish Taco on Bristol Street in the form of a mural encompassing an entire facade. Now his hand will be seen in a reinvigorated piece integral to the city: its seal. Costa Mesa approached Maloney, Hurley's art director, about a charity project that features a reinterpretation of the visual representation for the "City of the Arts" on a T-shirt.
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By Candice Baker | May 5, 2011
Freebie of the Week: Still no plans for Mother's Day? Roy's, 453 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, will give every mom who dines there Friday through Sunday a $20 dining card to use on a future visit through June 15. If you're going out Monday instead, partake in the final installment of Roy's My Prix Fixe Mondays special, where $35.95 gets you any appetizer or salad, any entrée and any dessert. Visit roysrestaurant.com . Block Party Does your kid love Rick Riordan's books?
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | May 30, 2010
I f a bird's eye view photo could be taken of Costa Mesa next week, surely the portion near Costa Mesa High would stand out. Bright colors tend to grab your attention, and in the hypothetical photo, there would be 30 different shades and tones. What's going on there? If the photo moved in real motion, the colors would be darting back and forth, side to side, maybe even rounding in circles on the fields at Costa Mesa High and the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. The event taking place there, Tuesday through Sunday, is the Daily Pilot Cup soccer tournament.
LOCAL
By Greer Wylder | October 1, 2009
Michael Stars is a pioneer of the luxury tee, and now you have a resource in Orange County to find their complete tee collections and more. The first Michael Stars boutique in Orange County has opened at Fashion Island. Offering more than 200 styles in more than 30 colors per season, the Michael Stars collection includes a wide variety of styles available in fabrics like shine, supima cotton, supima modal, supima thermal and micro jersey. The new store features Michael Stars renowned collections, including basic tees and tanks as well as outerwear, dress, cashmere and maternity collections.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | March 20, 2009
Pegasus School students celebrated International Earth Day on Friday with an Entrepreneur World Market, in which students in the third through fifth grades sold products and services to each other to raise money for charity. The Huntington Beach school’s long-running annual market normally benefits just one organization, but this year, the school decided to donate some of the proceeds to Heifer International and some to the American Cancer Society. The latter beneficiary was announced in memory of the school’s founder and principal, Laura Hathaway, who died earlier this month after a long battle with cancer.
SPORTS
February 17, 2009
The fourth annual Bob White Invitational Youth Karate Tournament will take place Feb. 28 at the Calvary Chapel High gym in Santa Ana. The tournament, benefiting the Royal Family Kids’ Camp and put on by Bob White’s Karate Studio, is open to the youth, up to 17 years old, and will feature sparring and forms competition. The cost to participate in just one or all four divisions is $25. Registration forms can be found at www.bobwhiteinvitational.com. The forms can be faxed to (714)
NEWS
February 16, 2009
The UC Irvine men’s basketball game Wednesday against Big West Conference rival Cal State Northridge at 8 p.m. at the Bren Events Center, will feature the first “Blackout Night” promotion. Fans are being asked to participate by wearing black to the game, which will be televised on ESPNU. The “Blackout” theme is inspired by the black shirts worn by the official UC Irvine student spirit group, Eater Nation. In a special promotion, fans can get their own “Blackout Eater Nation” T-shirt and a general admission ticket to the game for $12. To RSVP for the “Blackout Night” and pre-order a shirt, visit www.ucirvinesports.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | January 21, 2009
Costa Mesa resident Jennifer Capaci says she started to become more environmentally conscious when she became a mother, buying organic foods and trying to use more eco-friendly products. “I really think about what I put in my body and what are healthy choices for my kids,” said Capaci, a mother of two boys, ages 3 and 2. “I’m not living in a cave — I’m making choices every day when it’s applicable. Luckily, this whole industry is really coming to the forefront now.” Her passion for the environment has led her to create a new line of eco-friendly T-shirts called the Terra Collection.
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