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  • Event celebrates love of books

    When the clock struck 4:30 p.m. at the Daily Pilot in the early 1980s, reporter T. Jefferson Parker would unplug his IBM Selectric, grab a thick stack of white paper and run out the door, clutching the typewriter and smiling at his editor.
  • Reel Critics: Heart-pounding action but foggy plot in 'Next Three Days'

    Reel Critics: Heart-pounding action but foggy plot in 'Next Three Days'
    Paul Haggis is a director and screenwriter who has garnered Academy Award attention with "Million Dollar Baby" and "Crash." He helped rejuvenate the James Bond franchise in the 2006 update to "Casino Royale." In "The Next Three Days," Haggis teams up with...

    Former Pilot reporter, author to appear in CdM

    Crime novelist and former Pilot reporter T. Jefferson Parker will headline Tuesday's Pen on Fire Writers Salon in Corona del Mar. The author of books including "Laguna Heat" will appear in conversation with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett to talk about his...

    Friends of the Library: Leece to speak at annual meeting

    "Got Books?" will be the title of a speech by Costa Mesa City Councilwoman Wendy Leece, when she appears as the featured speaker at the Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries annual meeting. The event will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Mesa Verde United...

    Bookmark: Author gives us bad people but great writing

    It takes one to know one. That playground taunt is, like so many cliches, grounded in truth. It really does take one to know one, which goes a long way toward explaining the perversely effective law enforcement personnel in the novels of Mo Hayder, the...