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  • Virgen's View: Misty & Kerri still winning

    Virgen's View: Misty & Kerri still winning
    A TV reporter had a question prepared for Mark Burnette and each of his family members Monday morning near a volleyball net on the sand at Huntington Beach Pier. She started with the youngest, and cutest, Burnette, Carinne, a 7-year-old who came with her...
  • William Earl Langston

    William Earl Langston
    In loving memory of William Earl Langston August 8, 1931 — June 4, 2012 A much loved man who epitomized the spirit of life The family of Bill Langston is sad to announce his passing after a long and courageous battle with cancer.  Bill...
  • On Theater: Musical spoof plays well in Newport

    On Theater: Musical spoof plays well in Newport
    The popularity of musical theater in the middle part of the past century brought with it a few gentle spoofs of the genre — "Little Mary Sunshine" and "Dames at Sea" among the most notable. The satirical art also flowered in England, where...
  • Chandlur picks Chandler and wins

    Chandlur picks Chandler and wins
    When Chandlur Sularz made her pick to guess Mr. Irrelevant she chose a player whose name was familiar to hers. That helped her win $253 and a gift basket from the folks at Mr. Irrelevant, whom are also no strangers to the 13-year-old girl from Arizona....
  • Community & Clubs: Congratulations to the Hall of Fame inductees

    It was a good week in Newport Beach! I spent a lot of time in Newport, and it was most enjoyable. On June 13, there was an Interfaith Council Board meeting, followed by a meeting of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa where Laird Hayes, an NFL line...
  • Virgen's View: Mendes Bros. Academy grand opening on Sunday

    The RVCA family is excited for Sunday. That's the day of the grand opening for the Mendes Bros. Academy, a jiu jitsu gym, in Costa Mesa. The Mendes brothers, Rafael and Gui, will be offering a free seminar during the grand opening, starting at 1 p.m. The...
  • Steinberg: It's that irrelevant time of the year again

    Steinberg: It's that irrelevant time of the year again
    Where will the "Happiest Place on Earth" be this week? No, not Disneyland, although it is also in Orange County. It will be in Newport Beach, as the annual wackiness known as Irrelevant Week takes place at multiple venues. "Doing something nice for no...
  • Irrelevant Week: Mr. Irrelevant's pony show

    Irrelevant Week: Mr. Irrelevant's pony show
    They say nice guys finish last, so a matchmaker on Monday tried to help Chandler Harnish, the last player chosen in the NFL Draft, find a woman. "I have to say this for my girlfriend's sake: I'm taken," Harnish said. It should be the other way around,...
  • Q&A with Mr. Irrelevant

    Q&A with Mr. Irrelevant
    Spoiled is how Chandler Harnish said he's felt during his first visit to California. Newport Beach tends to treat the last player selected in the NFL Draft every year like a No. 1 pick. This year, it's Harnish's turn to enjoy being Mr. Irrelevant....
  • Smith: Engage your community by voting

    Regardless of how Costa Mesa voters cast their ballots Nov. 6, there is good news. Of the seven cities in the county that have populations larger than Costa Mesa, none had a higher voter turnout. In the city of Orange, 41% of the residents voted in the...
  • Cancer families to make 'Great Escape'

    Some Southland families will get a special treat Saturday, thanks to the ingenuity of a couple of Newport Beach businessmen. Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor Paul Glowienke and Financial Representative Nate Fikse are giving 40 families a "Great...
  • Classically Trained: Conductor recalls having a 'Blast'

    To most people, the sound of music students practicing independently is noise, a cacophonous nonsymphony of assorted tones. But to a band nerd like me, Irvine High School's band room had a dozen distinct timbres — a saxophone practicing her...