Florists in Costa Mesa, CA
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Costa Mesa Flower Shops
2925 College Ave Ste B-1
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
448 E 17Th St
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
2930 College Ave Ste A
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
1582 Newport Blvd
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
765 Baker Ste F
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Costa Mesa CA News
Jul 26, 2018
OC Fair 2018: Eager to try new treats or see if they are winners, crowds pack the fair on opening day
COSTA MESA - Among the crowds waiting to get in the gates on opening day of the OC Fair was Kristy Fury, who came from Mission Viejo to have some fun with her son, Jake, 8.Jake’s top priority for the day? “Eat a bacon-covered hot dog!”
The fair has plenty of bacon-covered treats on offer along with foods that are fried, dusted with spices or covered in whipped cream, plus various kinds of lemonade and dozens of craft beers to wash it all down.
People began lining up well before the fair’s noon opening.
Security has the same setup as last year’s fair, with employees checking inside bags and purses and running a metal-detecting wand over guests at the entrance.
The fair runs at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa through Aug. 12, offering 150 acres of carnival rides, midway games and more. There are exhibit halls of products to buy, handmade crafts and cooking contest entries to browse and barns of animals to meet.
Martin Guzman o... Dec 8, 2017
Around Town: Balboa Island to light holiday tree Sunday
Christmas music by vocalist Rick Sherman.Santa and Mrs. Claus will make their entrance at 5 p.m.‘Sourcing Saturday’ cooking event at Pirch in Costa MesaEach Saturday in December, the Costa Mesa location of the Pirch appliance showroom will offer a “Sourcing Saturday” event in collaboration with Melissa’s Produce.Pirch’s chefs will guide guests through hands-on cooking using appliances in the showroom’s test kitchen while leading a discussion about how to source fresh California flowers, fish, meat, cheese and produce.This Saturday’s event, from 10 a.m. to noon, will have a holiday entertaining theme.Admission is free, though an RSVP is required.The showroom is at South Coast Collection, 3303 Hyland Ave.To RSVP, visit pirch.com/sourcingsaturdays.Nearly 700 employees and family members representing Newport Beach-based PIMCO will gather Saturday at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa to pack 12,000 holiday food boxes for donation to the OC Food Bank in Garden Grove.The 10th annual “Share the Harvest” is sponsored by the Fair & Event Center and PIMCO Partners, the investment management firm’s employee volunteer and community outreach program.All food boxes packed at the event will be distributed by the OC Food Bank to needy families in Orange County during the holiday season, according to a news release.Vanguard University music students to perform at SegerstromVanguard University’s music department will celebrate the ... (Los Angeles Times)Apr 27, 2017
Biz News: Garden show comes to South Coast Plaza starting Thursday
South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa will host the 28th annual Southern California Spring Garden Show, “At Home in the Garden,” this weekend, featuring displays intended to provide visitors with inspiration for their own homes and gardens.A 21-foot-tall floral centerpiece will commemorate South Coast Plaza’s 50th anniversary.Notable landscape designers have partnered with Crate and Barrel Home Store, The Land of Nod, LIULI Crystal Art, Monark Premium Appliance Co., Pottery Barn, Sur La Table, West Elm, Williams-Sonoma and Z Gallerie on the show, which runs Thursday through Sunday at the mall’s Crate and Barrel/Macy’s Home Store wing.The event will include 10 display gardens, 50 vendors offering exotic plants and flowers, children’s activities and more than 60 seminars throughout the weekend. Admission is free.Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday.South Coast Plaza is at 3333 Bear St. For more information about the show, visit southcoastplaza. (Los Angeles Times)Nov 24, 2016
Santa Ana's Day of the Dead event honors family legacies
Nov. 5, 2016
Updated Nov. 6, 2016 9:01 a.m.
Jennifer Ann Raya of Costa Mesa holds a photo of her cousin and grandfather in front of her family's altar at Noche de Altares in Santa Ana on Saturday. (Photo by Nick Agro, Orange County Register/SCNG)
Families set up spindly papier-mache skeletons, carefully sprinkled the petals of bright orange cempasúchil flowers into designs and set out family photos to celebrate and honor their ancestors on Saturday morning in downtown Santa Ana.
The 14th annual Noche de Altares festival, a Day of the Dead festival coordinated by the Centro Cultural de Mexico, featured participants creating elaborate altars and live entertainment.
In addition to honoring the legacy of family members, altars representing the food and traditions of Mexico’s 32 states also were on display.
See more photos from the celebration in our slideshow.
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California Primary: Hillary Clinton Joins May Day Riot Online
Angeles Times, but recent protests in favor of illegal immigration have been out of control. As the Times reported regarding the recent protest in Costa Mesa:
The demonstrations outside the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa on Thursday night blocked traffic and caused tense moments. Some protesters performed screeching burnouts in their cars or did doughnuts at intersections. Others kicked at and punched approaching vehicles, shouting expletives. Ranchera and hip-hop music was blasted throughout the streets. At least 17 people were arrested, and both a Trump supporter and a teenage anti-Trump protester were hurt.
And that is just one part of the patchwork of left-wing organizations that will be showing up in the streets today, in L.A., the Bay Area, and worldwide.
Communist, socialists and anarchists appropriated the traditional spring festival on the first of May, which involves dancing, ribbons and flowers, and have turned it into their yearly focal point for nonstop cries about injustice.
This year, May Day is also the kickoff to the anticipated long, hot summer of 2016 and the road to the national political conventions to be held in Philadelphia (Democrats) and Cleveland (Republicans).
In Democrat-controlled cities across the country from New York City to Oakland, from Baltimore to Seattle, and of course Chicago – always Chicago – the shouting denizens of the American left will be out in droves to bang drums, confron... (Breitbart News)May 3, 2016
GARDEN BRUNCH EDITION -- TRUMP revives Latino activism – POOL REPORTS from WHCD party circuit -- B'DAYS ...
Burlingame, Calif.: “The scene, broadcast live from a news helicopter, followed massive protests Thursday at a Trump rally that drew 30,000 people in Costa Mesa. Friday’s protest forced Trump to delay his speech by more than an hour. His motorcade could not approach the venue, instead pulling to the side of a highway. Seeking an alternative entrance to the hotel, the candidate climbed a grassy incline surrounded by Secret Service agents.” http://politi.co/1SEqVKz
S.F. CHRONICLE p. A1, “Demonstrations: Front-runner’s foes clash with backers outside gathering”:
--“Burlingame rally: Trump seeks unity as he courts state’s conservative core,” by Joe Garofoli and John Wildermuth: His “plea for unity [was] delivered Trump-style, salted with insults about ... ‘Lyin’ Ted’ Cruz and ‘1-for-48’ ... Kasich [plus] occasionally accurate braggadocio about his lead in the polls and accusations that the GOP nominating system is ‘rigged.’” Paywall http://bit.ly/1TBQRJe
“Demonstrations: Front-runner’s foes clash with backers outside gathering,” by Kimberly Veklerov and Kale Williams: “Trump was forced to abandon his motorcade on the side of a freeway, scramble up a hillside and slip into a side entrance of the hotel hosting the California GOP convention ... as hundreds of angry protesters surrounded the building ...
“Trump joked about his roundabout entrance to the convention, saying it felt like he was ‘crossing the border’ ... [D]emonstrators outside ... scuffled with police, threw eggs and blocked roads around the Hyatt Regency.” Paywall http://bit.ly/1VFk49E
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INSIDE THE CAMPAIGNS -- “Clinton gears up for Trump in fall race,” by AP’s Lisa Lerer, Julie Pace and Ken Thomas: “Clinton campaign employees are being deployed to battleground states across the country, among them Ohio, Florida and Colorado. Democrats are also eyeing the possibility of making a run at traditionally Republican-leaning states such as Georgia, North Carolina and Arizona, calculating that Trump's penchant for controversy could put minority and female voters in play. ... Aides from the primary are getting general election marching orders.
“Simone Ward, political director of the campaign committee for Senate Democratic races, will run Clinton's Florida operation. Emmy Ruiz, who led a crucial Nevada primary win for Clinton, will handle Colorado. Mike Vlacich led New Hampshire operations in the primary and will do the same in the fall. ...
“The search for a running mate is being overseen by campaign chairman John Podesta and Clinton confidante Cheryl Mills, both of whom will help cull the list down to a handful of names in the coming weeks. Clinton advisers are debating whether it's more important to select a strong liberal champion from the Rust Belt to woo Sanders backers and cut into Trump's advantage with working-class white men, or to acknowledge her support among minority voters with a more history-making pick.” http://apne.ws/1TB0mIE
SCOOP DU JOUR -- “Jolly had fundraiser scheduled days after ‘60 Minutes’ story,” by Jake Sherman: “On ‘60 Minutes’ Sunday, Rep. David Jolly [R-Fla.] spent an entire segment decrying members of Congress’ obsession with campaign fundraising and touting his bill to ban them from personally soliciting campaign cash. But on Friday, just five days after the piece aired, Jolly had a fundraiser scheduled in Washington ... [T]he event [was] canceled.” http://politi.co/24c3iUx ... The “60 Minutes” segment http://cbsn.ws/1WQ5knH
OBAMA ALUMNI – “Inside the Sanders camp... (Politico)