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Northgate Market Costa Mesa?

It is now Labor Day weekend 2021 and, still no Northgate Market in Costa Mesa i have reached out several times to Northgate Market to see when they plan to open their supermarket at Harbor & Wilson and, every time they say they have no announcement to make about the opening. For a while months […]

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City Council Idea For Workforce Housing

The Costa Mesa City Council is considering a plan to covert a apartment complex near South Coast Plaza in to workforce housing. The 250 unit complex at 500 Anton Blvd in Costa Mesa is currently a mix of studio and, one as well as two bedroom units. The money to do the project would come […]

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Orange County Swap Meet Returns Today

After its break because of the Orange County Fair the popular weekly swap meet returns to the Orange County Fairgrounds. The swap meet is open today from 9 am to 3 pm and, has free admission although there is a $10 parking fee. The swap meet is huge with many stalls of merchandise, i would […]

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Summer Concert Series Not Over Yet

The Orange County Fair might have ended but the Summer Concert Series at the Pacific Amphitheatre is still going on with three more shows this month until the series wraps up for another year. The series continues to more with Chase Rice tomorrow and ends with Hank Williams Jr on September 23rd. Sept. 2 – […]

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The Other Dollar Store Rite Aid

In Costa Mesa when you think of dollar stores the first that come to mind might be the 99 cent store or maybe Dollar Tree but there is another option. Rite Aid apart from being a pharmacy also has a big dollar item section. Rite Aid has a selection of dollar items such as trash […]

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Orange Coast College Requires Vaccines

The Coast College District has announced that its requiring Covid-19 vaccines for all its students and, staff at all its campuses including Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. The other campuses in the district Golden West College in Huntington Beach and Coastline College will also have the same requirement. The new announcement affects approximately 30,000 […]

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OC Fair Attendance Hits One Million

The recently ended Orange County Fair has announced that attendance for its twenty three days was over one million at 1,055,770 which is amazing considering the limited capacity as well as the requirement for buying tickets in advance. The slightly smaller OC Fair because of the pandemic also sold out for 16 of its 23 […]

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OC Bus Lowers Fares Through November

Right now the OCTA has started a program with lower bus fares to encourage riders to return to OC Bus after ridership levels dipped because of COVID-19. The Welcome Back Fare Reduction Program was paid for with cap and, trade funding from the State of California  The discounted fares are $40 for a 30 day pass which […]

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Electric Bike Company Giga Factory Opening

This is a website for the residents and visitors to Costa Mesa, one thing i always want to do is explore local businesses I’m especially interested in things that are built in Costa Mesa. One such company is the Electric Bike Company which is having the grand opening of its giga factory this weekend in […]

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OC Fair Comes To An End

After a month of sold out days the Orange County Fair came to an end Sunday so we will have to wait another year for strange but good fair food, carnival rides, animals and entertainment at this annual Costa Mesa community event. Last years OC Fair was a virtual only event because of the pandemic […]

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