Pianist Benjamin Pasternack, Pacific Chorale, world-class soloists and a slate of music that holds personal meaning for Carl St.Clair honors this Music Director’s 20th Anniversary with 1 amazing concert on Tuesday, May 18, at 8 p.m., in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, California. Among the honored guests is renown violinist, [...]
Two great quilting events are coming to a California city near you!
COSTA MESA - In the summer you can participate at Campa Watch-a-patcher 2010 at Vanguard University near Orange County Fairgrounds. Held July 11-15, 2010, the Quilt Camp features 45 classes offered with nationally known teachers such as Mark Lipinski, Lura Schwartz Smith, Judy Niemeyer [...]
Americans don’t sing together anymore…except for church. Pink Martini is partially an attempt to rebuild a culture which sings and dances. The overarching goal of an upcoming concert is to create a cohesive body of beautiful songs with beautiful melodies, according to Principal Pops Conductor Richard Kaufman, of Pacific Symphony in Orange County, who hopes [...]
Costa Mesa–For more than a dozen years the Sand Sports Super Show has been the biggest and most exciting dune and dirt sports EXPO in the world. Come each September, as hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of attendees come together at the OC Fair & Event Center in Orange County, California to celebrate and marvel [...]
Renown alien abduction researcher and author of books: Missing Time, 1981; Intruders, 1987; and Witnessed, 1996; has investigated over 700 cases of reported alien abductions and encounters. He formed Intruders Foundation, a nonprofit, scientific research and support organization, to research and assist others.
In an upcoming lecture, the New Yorker presents cases for his files that [...]
Pacific Symphony’s Musical Storytime is an annual event introducing the youngest children (age 4 to 7) to the wonderment and ways that music is produced. Now in its 4th season, the 2010 event is hosted by renowned early childhood music educator Debra Giebelhaus-Maloney, who along with musicians from Pacific Symphony and Pacific Symphony Youth Ensembles, [...]
The sign that used to stand tall on Edinger (visible miles away on Edwards Hill in Huntington Beach) announcing the furniture store, Levitz, is gone, and a new mixed use residential/commercial project will replace the cement block building that sits next to a railroad track.
Sares Regis Group is working with the City of Huntington Beach [...]
Popcorn images from the annual Orange County Market Place Popcorn Day Celebration
All Orange County Market Place shoppers will be treated to FREE Popcorn from 10-3 on Sat., Jan 16 and Sun., Jan 17, 2010, during its Third Annual National Popcorn Day Celebration Weekend. Popcorn balls will be juggled and there will be comedy and magic [...]
New Year’s Eve 2010 will be celebrated on December 31, 2009 at Sutra Bar, a popular party spot a short trip from the beach in Costa Mesa. Teaming up with Pure Evolution Productions, a special performance by Starkillers is featured, along with DJs spinning tunes, champagne, balloons, and all the sexy outfits on the lovely [...]
Cathedral Echoes features a varied program of sacred music from Europe and America, bolstered by guest artist Craig S. Williams on the William J. Gillespie Concert Organ. The launch of the 42nd season of the Pacific Chorale includes sets of works representing different nations and musical traditions premiering on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009.
Craig S. Williams [...]