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  • Corona del Mar Today: Dad, daughter publish book on 'Price of Liberty'

    What began as a common theme in a Corona del Mar student's college application essays in 2012 became fodder for a just-published book about the U.S. government and Constitution.
  • Newport Beach to honor artist Rex Brandt, a key figure in the city

    Newport Beach to honor artist Rex Brandt, a key figure in the city
    When Gordon McClelland got his introduction to Rex Brandt, the Newport Beach painter's work came with a ringing endorsement. "My mother was a watercolor artist, and when I was about 14 years old, she took me to see some paintings by Rex Brandt at a...

    Two-Minute Drill: Mustangs making noise in Orange Coast League

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Corona del Mar, Estancia and Sage Hill's two-minute drill will appear in Wednesday's edition. Costa Mesa won for only the second time this year, yet it finds itself in contention for an Orange Coast League title. The Mustangs blanked...

    Commentary: Become breast-cancer aware no matter your family history

    When I ask patients if they perform regular breast self-exams I often hear, "no," and the excuse, "I'm not high-risk." What they mean is that they don't have a family history of breast cancer or the BRCA gene mutation associated with a higher risk for...

    Shop closures leave future of Irvine's aging Woodbridge Village Center in doubt

    Shop closures leave future of Irvine's aging Woodbridge Village Center in doubt
    Children scamper across the once-vibrantly painted tiles in the small playground in the middle of the Woodbridge Village Center in Irvine. The hand-painted tiles, some portraying pictures of butterflies and gardens, were the creation of Irvine's...