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  • Mr. Irrelevant hits town

    Mr. Irrelevant hits town
    NEWPORT BEACH — Cheta Ozougwu found out on Monday why a 12-year-old boy pegged him as this year's Mr. Irrelevant on his draft board. He met Spencer Park, who won $1,000 by correctly guessing that the Houston Texans planned to use the last pick in...
  • Mr. Irrelevant networks

    Mr. Irrelevant networks
    ANAHEIM — Cheta Ozougwu is as much a fan of the characters at Disneyland as he is of an animated one on the NFL Network. He wanted to meet Mickey Mouse before Warren Sapp on Tuesday. A trip to Disneyland was in store before Ozougwu rode to Culver...
  • From the Sports Desk: Injured Hahn inspires

    Wednesday night's All-Star Lowsman Banquet offered plenty of laughs, but there was a serious moment before the dinner began. In the VIP room at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, a 19-year-old entered in a wheelchair to mingle with the Hall of...
  • Irrelevant Week: Relevance that resonates

    Irrelevant Week: Relevance that resonates
    I have been covering sports for more than a decade and in practicing journalism, we're conditioned to focus on the champions; to seek interviews with the athletes who are the most successful, accruing the loftiest awards and achieving their ultimate...
  • Community Commentary: Fair could be better off in private hands

    Orange County Fair President and Chief Executive Steve Beazley and Fair Board member Dave Ellis on Wednesday wrote a Community Commentary, "Fairgrounds play a big role in kids' lives," to vow that the fair as we know it would continue in its present...
  • Community Commentary: Destruction nothing to celebrate

    Re: "A crowning moment for Crystal Cove," (Editorial, July 3): It is hard for me to celebrate evicting more than 300 residents from their homes to build a another phony Disneyland park while destroying one of the most unique sites along the California...
  • The Crowd: Wine event to benefit the Pacific Symphony

    Editor's note: This corrects the previous photo caption and adds all the photos that appeared with this column in print. "Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world that has been brought to...
  • Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard Stevens dies

    Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard Stevens dies
    Richard S. Stevens — co-owner and president of the Balboa Bay Club in the 1960s and 1970s, a commissioner for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and developer of resorts and clubs throughout the world — died at home early Thursday morning in his...
  • The Harbor Report: Many festivities to be enjoyed

    The Harbor Report: Many festivities to be enjoyed
    There is a lot going on around the harbor this week, so let's jump aboard the "Showboat" and take a harbor cruise. Everyone, please remember to stay seated and keep your hands in the boat, and if you remember the Jungle Cruise at Disneyland, the...
  • Newport could extend hours for dogs on beach

    Editor's note: This adds Mike Halphide's full name and title. NEWPORT BEACH — Just as daylight saving time ends, the City Council is considering an ordinance that would allow residents to walk their dogs along the beach an extra hour in the...
  • The 'Beauty' of returning home

    The 'Beauty' of returning home
    While stacking "Beauty and the Beast" dolls, board games and Christmas ornaments on shelves at the Disneyland Emporium back in 1991, Christopher Spencer had no idea what his future held. Today, he is touring the country as Maurice, Belle's inventor...
  • UCI students react to fee hike

    IRVINE — The daily lives of some UCI students, and in many cases the lives of their working parents, have just gotten more difficult with the recent 8% hike in tuition, according to at least a dozen students who were randomly interviewed for their...