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  1. Talks progress on 'rusty skeleton'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Wave

    Garden Grove officials are cautiously optimistic a deal will get done to get the 90-foot-tall steel structure known as the "rusty skeleton" developed - 10 years after plans were approved. "I can fairly state the parties have not worked as collaboratively as they have in the past 90 to 120 days," said City Manager Matt Fertal at Tuesday night's City Council meeting, referring to the Hoag Foundation, which owns the property on Garden Grove Boulevard, and Cathay Bank, which would be the lender for any project there.

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  2. Chris Young and Danielle Bradbery round out Pacific Amphitheatre's summer line-upRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Wave

    Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa has officially rounded out its summer concert series with the addition of country stars Chris Young and Danielle Bradbery on Aug. 13. Young was crowned the winner of the country singing competition TV show "Nashville Star" in 2006 and has gone on to have numerous successful singles including "Voices," "Gettin' You Home ," "I Can Take It from There," "Who I Am with You," "Lonely Eyes" and his latest, "I'm Comin' Over," just dropped this week. Bradbery is also a singing competition success story, winning season four of NBC's "The Voice" in 2013.

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  3. Costa Mesa names new police chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Orange County Register

    As the 22-year veteran ascends to the top role, he inherits an understaffed yet growing police department in a city that saw a rise in violent crimes last year and a jump in numerous crime stats in the early months of 2015. Sharpnack previously served as acting police chief from December to February - filling a short stint after former Chief Tom Gazsi left to take a job with the Los Angeles Port Police and before Golden West College dean Ron Lowenberg was named interim chief.

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  4. Woman who vandalized Buddha statue in Santa Ana receives probationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Wave

    A Santa Ana woman who vandalized a statue at a local Buddhist temple more than a half-dozen times was sentenced Tuesday to probation. A little more than a month after a jury found Trang Thu Pham guilty of vandalism of religious property, she was sentenced to five years of formal probation, court records show.

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  5. Vertical living revives in horizontal O.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Wave

    READ OUR LATEST CENTERPIECE: High-rise homes used to be all the rage in Orange County, a trend that spread here from downtown Los Angeles and other urban hotspots across the nation. At one point, developers had 44 towers planned for Irvine, Anaheim, Costa Mesa and Santa Ana.

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  6. Cannon blasts, 21-gun salute honor war dead on Memorial DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The Wave

    The Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War bought eight plots of land in the Santa Ana Cementary for $200 in 1904. They erected a flag pole on their land and wrapped wreaths around it for almost a decade before it started to look shabby and insufficient.

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  7. As veterans seek to reinsert themelves in the workplace, one...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The Orange County Register

    Ed Burns, a former member of the U.S. Marine Corps, poses for a photograph Wednesday afternoon in Costa Mesa. He now owns his own Costa Mesa franchise of Budget Blinds, a blinds installation company.

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  8. OCC aims to open dorms by fall 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Orange County Register

    Orange Coast College is considering building dorms, which would make it the first community college in the county to offer on-campus student housing. While no Southern California community college offers on-campus student housing, dorms at two-year schools is becoming more common around the country.

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  9. SeaSalt to bring 'live fire grilling' to Huntington BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Wave

    The owner of SeaLegs Wine Bar in Huntington Beach is developing a second concept, SeaSalt Woodfire Grill, in the same center as her wine bar. The new restaurant is slated to open in Huntington Beach this fall.

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  10. 10 cool events in Orange County this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Wave

    What's on tap this weekend? A country music festival at the foot of the Queen Mary, the re-opening of a historic Fox theater, a skateboarding contest in Costa Mesa, the Strawberry Festival in Garden Grove and more. Check out the details below.

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  11. One mom's recipe for successRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Wave

    This recipe is a modified version of Haven Gastropub's mac 'n' cheese recipe served in the restaurant April 14 to raise awareness of autism. Cook's notes: Black truffle peelings are sold in small cans.

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  12. Retail news: French furniture showroom shifts to SoCo; Teuscher closes at Fashion IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Orange County Register

    Skin care line Aeonskin launched earlier this year with its headquarters in Costa Mesa. The brand is meant for people who want to be active while maintaining healthy skin.

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  13. New or coming soon in Costa Mesa, NewportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Current

    A slew of businesses have come to Costa Mesa and Newport Beach since the beginning of the year. Here's a sampling of the newcomers and a look at what's on the horizon: Perro Negro Pizza , a family-owned pizza joint with several locations in Mexico, opened its first U.S. location in January.

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  14. Yemeni students at OCC plan to use education to help their ailing war-torn country.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Orange County Register

    The April 12 phone call quickly killed Hani Al-Furais' elation. Within a few seconds, the joy of being named Orange Coast College's 2015 commencement speaker seemed trivial compared with the civil war raging in his Yemen homeland.

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  15. Traffic forecasts for I-405 changes may prove to be optimisticRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Dana Point News

    Carlsbad resident Michael Mallonee makes his daily trek to work with his dog Arvie on the I-405. Mallonee is a sales manager at Dennis Dillon RV in Westminster.

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  16. Mesa Water approves new restrictions, customers promised no rate hikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Wave

    Costa Mesa residents will have to water their lawns a bit less and hurry to fix leaky pipes after the Mesa Water District adopted a new set of regulations Thursday aimed at reducing local water use by 20 percent through February. The good news is that Mesa Water representatives promised customers that the agency will not raise water rates to compensate for revenue lost with the reduction.

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  17. This week's best dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Wave

    Hi, it's me, Marla Jo, your columnist and deals maven. Check out my Cheapo Travel column in the Sunday Travel section.

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  18. Costa Mesa names its favorite teacherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | The Current

    Woodland Elementary teacher Rebecca Olsen celebrates Mother's Day with her son on May 10. Two days earlier, she was named Costa Mesa's My Favorite Teacher during an annual award breakfast. Woodland Elementary teacher Rebecca Olsen was overwhelmed when she heard her name announced May 8 at the My Favorite Teacher award breakfast.

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  19. Newport Boulevard near East Bay Street closed again in Costa Mesa due to unsafe power wiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | The Wave

    Costa Mesa residents may feel some dA jA vu Thursday morning as police have closed down Newport Boulevard near East Bay Street due to unsafe power lines. A sagging electrical wire was spotted Thursday, prompting police to close the road until around 8:30 a.m. while Southern California Edison officials fix it, police said.

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  20. Mixology 101: Here are 10 reminders about what makes a winning drinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Wave

    Earlier this year, I was called upon to be a judge in a cocktail competition. Believe it or not, I thought a bit before saying yes.

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