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  • Commentary: Union endorsements are telling in Newport race

    When it comes to endorsements, the employee associations usually stay with what they know, instead of what might be. And they usually will go with the candidates who will best serve their interests. The Newport Beach Police Management Assn....
  • Mailbag: Attacks on Monahan are unfair

    Re: "Costa Mesa police supporters plan rally on same day as 'wake'": Columnist Barbara Venezia seems to think Councilman Gary Monahan should know more about Jay Pinson than the police. I met Pinson once at the councilman's business, Skosh Monahan's....
  • Commentary: How did Team Newport uspet the council status quo?

    As an opinion columnist, I have found the four years of outgoing Mayor Rush Hill's council service very interesting, especially how it ended. The election has been over for more than a month now, and people are still trying to figure out what happened in...
  • City spending, absent candidates draw criticism at Newport council forum

    Newport Beach City Council candidates fielded questions on a range of issues, from the budget to Measure Y, at the ninth Feet to the Fire Forum Wednesday night. But the empty seats next to them may have taken the most heat. Early in the debate, the...
  • Venezia: Candidates decline to meet the press

    Last week we taped the eighth edition of the Feet to the Fire Forum at Orange Coast College with Costa Mesa City Council candidates Lee Ramos, Chris Bunyan, Rita Simpson, Al Melone, Tony Capitelli, Jay Humphrey and Mayor Jim Righeimer. Joining me in...
  • Magazine: Irvine 14th among 'Best Places to Live'

    For the second time in a week, Irvine placed among the 15 best places to live in a national survey. At No. 14, Irvine is the top California city on Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live 2014" list. Earlier this month, the city placed sixth among 50...
  • 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...
  • Letters from the Editor: What questions do you want asked at the Feet to the Fire Forum?

    The Feet to the Fire Forum is an unusual debate series. No canned introductions. No scripts. No podiums. No stopwatches. The format is fluid — more improvisational jazz than note-for-note classical. The inspiration comes from a Sunday morning...
  • 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...
  • A Word, Please: Nothing tricky here — just refer to the guides

    A magician never reveals his secrets. He can't. If he does, it will be plain for all to see that he has no magic at all. A grammar columnist reveals her secrets every week, again and again. Yet for some reason people still think she's privy to some...
  • Carnett: Remembering the venerable Stars and Stripes

    I don't suppose one can expect Stars and Stripes forever. I refer not to Old Glory, America's cherished red, white and blue national symbol, but Stars and Stripes, the ubiquitous and venerated daily newspaper published for eons by the U.S. military....
  • Glossy outlet for creativity

    Glossy outlet for creativity
    Gabrielle Scout and Emily Thompson were kidding around over coffee. Flipping through the arts-centric Dossier Journal, the Costa Mesa residents dreamed out loud about spearheading a publication of their own. A picture of Thompson's forehead could be...