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  • Longtime Pilot columnist Joseph Bell retires

    Longtime Pilot columnist Joseph Bell retires
    NEWPORT BEACH — After nearly 20 years as a mainstay of the Daily Pilot and a long career as a freelance writer and journalism educator, columnist Joseph N. Bell is retiring. Thursday's "The Bell Curve" column will be his last. "When a time for...
  • Mailbag: Crash is a reminder to lower speed limits

    It was devastating to see your front-page story, "Accident leaves 3 dead" (Jan. 16), and to find out later that excessive speed may have been involved! I do hope that this will not call for a regular traffic survey under the guidelines created by the...
  • The Crowd: Sally Struthers returns to O.C. venues

    The Crowd: Sally Struthers returns to O.C. venues
    She has a heart as big as all of Orange County. Sally Struthers, the talented actress who played "Gloria" in Norman Lear's "All In The Family," has graced the O.C., performing for enthusiastic audiences at the Laguna Playhouse, the Segerstrom Center For...
  • Mailbag: Bicyclists, motorists make for a dangerous mix

    The Newport Beach Citizens Bicycle Safety Committee should include at least one member who does not ride a bicycle on the streets of Newport Beach for recreation or commuting. After all, we non-bicyclists contribute monies, through our taxes, which pay...
  • Mailbag: Privatizing TeWinkle fields will hurt Mesa del Mar

    The community of Mesa del Mar, located between the Orange County Fairgrounds and Baker Street in Costa Mesa, has been a great place to live for many years, 34 in my case. I've raised three sons here and spent many idyllic hours with my grandson, age 5...
  • Carnett: Finding my own basso profondo

    Longtime Boston Red Sox public-address announcer Carl Beane died last month. Referred to by many as "The Voice of Fenway Park," he was in his 10th season as Red Sox announcer. His affable but measured style exuded class. In a moving tribute to Beane,...
  • 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 &#...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Wu: Meet your new conservative columnist

    After almost 20 months writing about Newport Beach politics for the Newport Beach Independent, here I am "gracing" (a term I use liberally) the pages of the infamous Daily Pilot. If you're not familiar with my work, I'm sure you are reading this...
  • Letters From The Editor: Feet to the Fire Forum will screen Assembly candidates

    California's gerrymandered legislative districts make for predictable elections. The districts are Volvo safe. Voter registration dictates which party will win, making the primaries the only real "contests." The winner is nearly always the incumbent....