Costa Mesa Conference and Visitor Bureau Blog
From theater patron to director, David Blair has played many roles at the Costa Mesa Playhouse. When Blair went to see a production 8 years ago, the passion and talent of the actors inspired him. He knew that he wanted to be a part of the community theater, so he auditioned for a show. After 6 years at the Costa Mesa Playhouse, Blair has done a little bit of everything to keep audiences entertained, including acting and directing as well as duties away from the spotlight like working the box office and recruiting volunteers.
Costa Mesa 55 Tavern + Bowl opens to the public tonight as the latest addition to the new-look Triangle. Last night, we were able to get a preview inside Tavern + Bowl to sample the food, drinks and pristine bowling lanes.
Full marathoners, half marathoners and 5k runners will return to coastal Orange County on May 5, 2014 to test their will, fortitude and fitness along a scenic race course for the annual OC Marathon. Now in its 10th year, the race has grown each year to become one of the biggest annual events in OC with thousands of participants, volunteers and vendors.
Posted in Events
Do the arts make us better people? That was the question posed to guests at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa last night during the Zocalo Public Square and the Getty public philosophical discussion about the role the arts plays in society.
Posted in Music & Art
The concept of DeeLux, the specialty store where shoppers can buy, sell and trade new and lightly used vintage and modern clothing, has been in constant evolution since the mid ‘80s.