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Hurricane Katrina (2005)

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  • Steinberg: March Madness truly maddening

    From schoolyards to office buildings all across this country millions of people are involved in basketball predictions, as the circus known as, "The Final Four – The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament," has come to town. Sixty-eight college teams are...
  • Commentary: Nation's dark corners make you appreciate O.C.

    The troublesome things that a wayward traveler sees on the road are not there to shake his psyche or even put pits in his stomach, however, they are there to be seen, and, once they are seen, it is the wayward traveler's duty to report what he has...
  • Honoring his father's mission

    Honoring his father's mission
    He still performs the original words. When Arlo Guthrie was a boy, he sat in the backyard with the guitar he'd gotten for his fifth birthday and listened as his father taught him the end of "This Land Is Your Land" — the lyrics, cut in many...
  • Check It Out: The audacity of reading about hope

    Hope inspires us to keep on plugging away and is more than just a wish that something will suddenly change. It is an expectation that things will work out for the best. Hope motivates us to seek active solutions to problems and make positive changes...
  • OCMA retooling its California Biennial

    OCMA retooling its California Biennial
    Next month, Dan Cameron — the new chief curator at the Orange County Museum of Art — will board a flight to Europe, where he hopes to gather ideas from some of the world's most innovative international art exhibitions. "I'm going abroad in...
  • Churchill resigns as Laguna football coach

    Churchill resigns as Laguna football coach
    Mike Churchill knew the day was coming. Late Tuesday night, it became official. Churchill, who has guided the Laguna Beach High football program for the past two years, stepped down as its head coach. His replacement comes from the current varsity...