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  • Commentary: Trepidation about the markets is understandable

    Here we sit at market highs. So why doesn't it feel like it? Why doesn't it feel wonderful and fulfilling and wealth-related? I can't tell you. You see, for each of us this feeling is a little bit different, the scars heal at a little different rate,...
  • Check It Out: Advice abounds for changing careers

    Second careers are quite a common occurrence in today's world of work. They give many an opportunity to realize their true potential and explore interests at a time of greater self-knowledge and maturity. Many times what someone chooses as their...
  • A Word, Please: Politicians are great grammar faux pas fodder

    Say what you will about election season. But for some people, it's a boon. Poised to profit from the nonstop bickering and blustering are network advertising sales reps, political pundits, earplug manufacturers, comedy writers and liquor stores. Add...
  • Panel discusses Supreme Court

    U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts firmly established the court's identity this term as "The Roberts Court" by siding with the majority in politically sensitive decisions, according to a panel of legal experts. "What a difference a year makes,...
  • A Word, Please: 'Which' or 'that' depends on style

    The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article about the reportedly horrendous grammar that has become in the norm in the workplace. The response was huge: Hundreds of commenters logged on to say that our language is in a state of catastrophic decline....
  • Hansen: 'Legends' has captured millions

    Last fall, UC Irvine held its annual Anteater Involvement Fair, when campus groups put up a booth in the quad to recruit new members. The most popular booth? Not the Greeks or the football boosters or the chess team. It was the League of Legends club....
  • Robert R. Taylor dies at 77; entrepreneur created Softsoap

    With one stroke, entrepreneur Robert R. Taylor made a fortune, changed the way America washed up and doomed the bathroom soap dish to virtual obsolescence. It was Taylor who turned hand soap from a slippery lump to a dab from a pump. Taylor, who...
  • A shining night with Golden Afternoon

    A shining night with Golden Afternoon
    If Tom Waits and Ella Fitzgerald had a baby, it would be Golden Afternoon. The Huntington Beach band performed a set of unique and creative songs, as well as covers, to an intimate crowd at the Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa on Monday night. The band...