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  • Councilwoman Genis clarifies comment about ex-candidate Weitzberg

    Costa Mesa City Councilwoman Sandy Genis offered additional clarification this week regarding remarks she made to a community group about a former council candidate's electability. The comment, that former candidate Harold Weitzberg's last name did...
  • Mailbag: That columnist who (may have) met Bacall was my father

    William Lobdell's column reached me in Northern California and had me laughing out loud in delight ["Commentary: Bacall, Bogart and the Daily Pilot columnist," Aug. 21] He wrote about Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart and a "pilot columnist," who was my...
  • Political Landscape: Council candidates to face off at OCC forum [Updated]

    The next installment of the Feet to the Fire Forum, a series of political candidate debates sponsored by the Daily Pilot and Orange County Register, will take place Sept. 18 in the Robert B. Moore Theatre at Orange Coast College. This go-around will...
  • Commentary: Bacall, Bogart and the Daily Pilot columnist

    The recent death of Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall triggered for most people memories of her film and Broadway roles, her sultry looks and throaty voice, and her 12-year marriage to film star Humphrey Bogart. Me? I couldn't help thinking about good old...
  • Commentary: Expect unions to play a big role in the election

    As of Dec. 31, the Newport Beach Firefighters Assn. Political Action Committee had $76,115.67 on hand. By the end of summer, it should have more than $90,000 at its disposal. The Newport Beach Police Employees Assn. Political Action Committee had $89,...
  • The game changer

    The game changer
    The story of Erik Hale could be described simply as the American Dream, but there's nothing simple about Hale. Most recently, he had been driven by the pursuit of happiness. He sought fulfillment. Why else would a highly successful car salesman quit...
  • Commentary: Why residents want to 'draft Duffy' for City Council

    With no offense to Diane Dixon versus Michael Glenn, or Michael Toerge versus Scott Peotter, or even Tim Brown versus Roy Englebrecht, we may soon have a Newport Beach City Council race to watch. On Wednesday, the "Draft Duffy" movement will start with a...
  • Apodaca: Topic of sexual assaults on campus finally receiving proper attention

    A friend once told me about a horrendous experience she had as a teenager. She had liked a young man, a popular athlete, but when they were alone together he pushed her to the floor. Her head struck a table, and while she was dazed, he raped her. Years...
  • Supervisorial candidates to debate at Feet to the Fire

    The second installment in the Feet to the Fire Forum political series will take place tonight in the Costa Mesa Neighborhood Community Center. Candidates for the Orange County Board of Supervisors' 2nd District will take questions from a panel of...
  • New York Times veteran visits Newport

     New York Times veteran visits Newport
    For as long as Frank Bruni can remember, food has played a lead role in his life. In his Italian-American household in White Plains, N.Y., every family gathering was marked by culinary creations. He was a ravenous eater, with chubbiness to show for it....
  • Venezia: Feet to the Fire Forum adds guests, venues

    Venezia: Feet to the Fire Forum adds guests, venues
    April is around the corner, and so is Feet to the Fire Forum season. This year, members of the Feet to the Fire team — Daily Pilot Editor John Canalis, Voice of OC Editor Norberto Santana Jr. and Orange County Register columnist Jack Wu —...
  • Carnett: Reluctant writer marks 5th anniversary

    Five years ago this week I became a weekly columnist for the Daily Pilot. Today — some 250 published columns later — I'm still at it, and can scarcely believe it. I received a call from a Pilot editor in April of 2009, asking me if I'd...