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  • Mailbag: Columnist misstated 19th Street Bridge action

    Re. "Wu: Vote on bridge helps in Newport, hurts in Assembly race," April 1: Jack Wu, the self-described opinion columnist ("not a journalist"), got the basic facts wrong in his recent column on the deletion of the long-considered 19th Street Bridge...
  • Assembly candidates' forum is tonight

    Candidates for the 74th Assembly District will gather tonight for the Feet to the Fire Forum in Costa Mesa. Newport Beach Councilwoman Leslie Daigle, Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) and Newport real estate investor Bob Rush will square off on...
  • Mesa Musings: My thanks to editors for three years of columns

    Three years ago this week I became a weekly columnist for my hometown newspaper, the Daily Pilot. It was a dream come true. I'd recently retired after 37 years as director of community relations at Orange Coast College. I'd been an avid Pilot reader...
  • Commentary: Forum shows voters have a tough choice to make

    Commentary: Forum shows voters have a tough choice to make
    Last week a group of local journalists hosted the latest edition of the Feet to the Fire forum at the Costa Mesa Neighborhood Community Center for the three candidates remaining in the state Assembly race for the 74th District seat. More than 150...
  • DP 103 [Corrected]

    DP 103 [Corrected]
    1.) Jim Righeimer. Costa Mesa's mayor pro tem led an unapologetic charge to restructure the city with layoffs, pension reform and the creation of a proposed city charter, making him the target of organized labor and a hero of reform-minded conservatives...
  • Community Commentary: Superintendent critique done poorly

    While it is 100% legitimate in our democracy for any resident and any columnist to critique how a school district uses public funds, it's not legitimate to do so in a reckless way and to use fallacious arguments. The latest example of such an attack &#...
  • Mesa Musings: Sports Illustrated leads to best summer — in school

    There's a price to be paid for sitting in the back of a high school algebra classroom and devouring issues of Sports Illustrated strategically hidden behind your textbook. That price is called summer school. And I paid it in 1960. Because I read SI...
  • The Bell Curve: Born on the Fourth of July

    The Bell Curve: Born on the Fourth of July
    Editor's note: Retired Daily Pilot columnist Joseph N. Bell has written a special column to mark his 90th birthday, which falls on Independence Day. As a young boy watching the Fourth of July parade in the county-seat town of Decatur, Ind., the...
  • Letters From The Editor: This fight for charity is above the belt

    It's no secret that the Daily Pilot competes with the Orange County Register — at least in the Newport-Mesa neck of the woods. So you might think I take great joy in the fact that two Register columnists plan to beat each other up — with...
  • Letters From The Editor: On the border of a cultural shift

    I spent a recent lunch break at Borders, which is writing its final chapter — 11. As someone who still reads books that don't require batteries, I headed down to the clearance sale at the South Coast Plaza location with a lot of optimism, a...
  • Mailbag: Keep spokesman on government side of the fence

    Re. "City Life: Costa Mesa needs to hire Lobdell permanently," (Steve Smith column, July 26): I sure hope that Bill Lobdell's employment at the L.A. Times and Daily Pilot has come to an(other) end, this time for good. He was a reasonably good editor and...
  • Letters From The Editor: Arts O.C. debuts today

    The Daily Pilot does a decent job of covering fine arts. I think we can do better. The newspaper of record in the "City of the Arts" caters to a sophisticated bunch of readers who enjoy everything from the Segerstrom Center to South Coast Repertory....