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Little City In A Big City

Little City In A Big City

 

Costa Mesa Music, Costa Mesa Musicians, Costa Mesa Music Lessons, Jerika Hayes, St. John The Divine Episcopal Church, I Heart Costa Mesa

photo: @byoungforeverphotog

 

“I love Costa Mesa. It’s the little city in a big city; the slow pace in a fast pace. There’s a camaraderie about living here.

“Back where I came from – growing up – I never really fit in well. I was just kind of that weird Indy Rocker in the corner. But here, there’s a lot of intersecting niches and acceptance. It’s a fun quirky group and you can always find new and interesting people to be with.

“We’re all proud to be Costa Mesans, but that means different things to different people and there’s no pressure to conform. I like that.”

– Jerika Hayes, Costa Mesan  ♥

 

 

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Hearts of Costa Mesa

Hearts of Costa Mesa is a curated journey through the rich diversity of Costa Mesa life. We'll be sharing vignettes and stories through the reflections of Costa Mesa's residents and regulars. This is an ongoing project, a tapestry we'll continue to weave over time. Please contact us through the website if you'd like to participate. Read all the Hearts of Costa Mesa vignettes here.

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