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During the opening event of LibroMobile’s second annual literary arts festival Saturday, about a dozen children sat on a colorful mat in anticipation of Drag Queen Story Time.
Re “Newport Stationers is on the way out after 55 years,” (Jan. 10): I am writing to you with the hope that publishing this letter might help put pressure on the Irvine Co. to save Newport Stationers, one of the oldest, core small businesses here in Corona del Mar.
My niece was helping her daughter at bath time when the 5-year-old asked, “Mom, what if a bad guy gets a ladder and breaks our class windows that are high up?”
At a recent council meeting, I listed Costa Mesa’s 2019 highlights, including opening a 50-bed shelter for those experiencing homelessness, transforming Lions Park with our beautiful new Donald Dungan Library and hiring our new city manager, Lori Ann Farrell Harrison, following a nationwide search.
As we march toward the 2020 presidential elections, now is the time to speak up loudly for the values that matter to us.
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