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  • Bask in new magazine's luxury offerings

    Bask, a luxury magazine based in Newport Beach, will debut its inaugural winter 2011 issue at a launch party Nov. 18. Guests will have the chance to mingle with the magazine's staff while enjoying cocktails and fashions by John Varvatos, Max Mara, Lugano...
  • Mailbag: Leaders, columnist cite misleading figures

    A month ago Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach and Councilman Eric Bever co-authored a commentary on these pages decrying the fiscal management practices of our elected leaders and city staff. Unfortunately, Daily Pilot columnist William Lobdell...
  • Letters From The Editor: Paper making some positive changes

    There's a lot going on at the Daily Pilot, and I want to let our readers in on some positive changes we're making. Longtime columnist Greer Wylder, who left in January, has decided to return. Many readers likely recall "Greer's Best Buys," which featured...
  • Money Magazine says move to Newport for rich love

    Newport Beach is the top U.S. city for the rich and unattached to call home, according CNN Money Magazine's nationwide rating of 100 best places to live. The magazine rated Newport Beach No.1 as the best place to live for wealthy singles, with 30% of the...
  • The Bell Curve: Fighting useless fronts of morality, legality

    So the military brass has found a battle they think they can win back home. While they fight real wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, they have enlisted a corps of copy machines as their choice of weapons at home. There they have printed and are circulating...
  • First wave of Ghetto Juice rolls on out

    The U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach may be better known for launching the careers of up and coming surfers, but for surf industry veterans Skip Snead and Joe McElroy the tournament served as the perfect backdrop Friday for debuting their new...
  • City Hall hires columnist for contract

    COSTA MESA — As City Hall works to emerge from the throes of a public relations crisis brought on by planned layoffs, budget problems and a suicide at the civic center, officials announced that they have hired Daily Pilot columnist William Lobdell...
  • Letters From the Editor: Let's talk about Costa Mesa's future

    Costa Mesa is in the public policy fight of the decade. And that's saying something for a town that has seen bitter battles in recent years over illegal immigration, day laborers, medical marijuana dispensaries and, of course, the fairgrounds. For those...
  • The debate goes on

    COSTA MESA — At one point during the Feet to the Fire forum discussion on Monday night, Orange County Employees Assn. General Manager Nick Berardino questioned the heart and wisdom of having city employees work on proposals to contract out their own...
  • Event combines fishing, boating

    COSTA MESA — Two boat shows will combine to kick off the summer sport fishing and boating season at a two-day event hosted by Pacific Coast Sportfishing Magazine and the Southern California Marina Assn. The Newport Beach based-Pacific Coast...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Sunday's Calendar
    SUNDAY Relay For Life The American Cancer Society Relay for Life concludes at Newport Harbor High School, 600 Irvine Ave., Newport Beach. To register, visit Relayforlife.org/newportbeachca or e-mail info@askcmc.com. AAUW Membership Mixer The...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar TUESDAY Tuesday Residency The Gromble! continues its residency at La Cave, 1695 Irvine Ave., Costa Mesa. Johnny Flatley, Paulie Pesh and Y Luv also perform. The free show starts at 10 p.m. and is 21 and older only. For more...