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Calendar: Highlights from around town

A roundup of community events throughout Orange County. To submit items, email kathleen.luppi@latimes.com.

Itzhak Perlman does his thing: easy delights for comfortable listening

During the grandest deluge that some Southern California cities have seen in years, Itzhak Perlman drew a capacity audience to Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa on Sunday to listen to him do essentially the same thing he’s been doing for decades.

SUV slams into low wall in front of Denny's in Costa Mesa

Costa Mesa police and fire crews worked to remove an SUV that was stuck on the grass area at the Denny's on Harbor Boulevard Tuesday morning.

Biz News: JP Morgan Chase opens office near Fashion Island

JP Morgan Chase recently celebrated the grand opening of a "private client office" near Fashion Island .

La Vida moves into The Triangle with a spin on authentic flavors

On a clear summer afternoon perfect for margaritas and ribbon cuttings, invited guests welcomed the newest restaurant at The Triangle.

Fairview Park concert series starts Tuesday in Costa Mesa

The Costa Mesa Foundation's annual Concerts in the Park series will rock 'n' roll back to Fairview Park next week with a mix of musical styles for shows scheduled throughout July.

Ready to 'Get Your Fair Face On'? OC Fair to start July 15

The 126th annual OC Fair has a date and theme.

Burger King will be out, Raising Cane's chicken in on Harbor Boulevard

Costa Mesa planners approved a new fast-food restaurant this week that will replace a Burger King near the 405 Freeway.

Vintage car museum gets green light from Costa Mesa planners

Costa Mesa planning commissioners unanimously signed off Monday night on plans to turn a Westside industrial site into a vintage car museum and cafe.

New Balboa Peninsula deli blends tradition, trends

With its extensive craft beer selection, local artisan coffee and traditional East Coast deli fare along with vegan options, Newport Beach's newest delicatessen is out to prove that "family-friendly" and "trendy" aren't mutually exclusive concepts.

Longtime chamber leader passes baton

After 23 years as Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, Ed Fawcett is calling it quits.

Stylish community joins forces on Superior

In a corner of town more popularly known for industrial buildings and oil changes, a budding pocket of artists and businesses are combining forces to forge their own slice of "Costa Mesa cool."

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