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Re. "It's A Gray Area: History's lessons support marriage equality," (April 5): Judge James Gray's column regarding "the time is here to correct a series of injustices" deserves a serious response. In typical liberal rhetoric, we get a misguided...
Hurley International, a Costa Mesa surfwear company, has sued Old Navy, alleging the retailer committed patent infringement of its signature board shorts and patented technology. The dispute pits two retail giants against one another. Hurley is owned...
Life has a way of coming around full circle. Switching on the car radio as I drove in the St. Patrick's Day rain, I overheard an NPR report about a newly restored "Napoleon," the 1927 silent film masterpiece by French filmmaker Abel Gance, which was...
COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday rejected pleas from residents who wanted to delay a vote on a proposed city charter until November and possibly have it redrafted by a citizens commission. And Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer, considered the...
COSTA MESA — If a school gives a kid a laptop, what will happen? The Newport-Mesa Unified School District handed out about 600 netbooks for students to use as their own last school year. "I know for certain the students' tech skills improvement...
This is huge, technologically speaking. Bigger than the iPad2, bigger than Playbook, bigger than iCloud, maybe. Imagine you're shopping for jeans, something that is not fun if you are a male, and something you dread if you are a non-male. Finding a...
There is irony usually intertwined with Irrelevant Week when you think of the owner of the quirky concept. Who could find relevance with so much laughter, joking and silliness? Look deep. Look at the man who owns the trademark of Mr. Irrelevant and...
Laguna Beach resident Lester Savit will serve on Paul Merage School of Business' Dean's Advisory Board at UC Irvine. The board serves as the school's primary advisory panel, providing perspective and counsel for academic and professional programs. "I...
Ethel Travis knows fashion. The 96-year-old was a dress designer in Chicago for 15 years before retiring in Newport Beach. She and hundreds of others went to Fashion Island on Saturday to get up-close and personal with fashionisto Tim Gunn as he...
Newport Beach-based Acacia Research Corp. announced Monday that one of its subsidiaries, Celltrace LLC, has entered into a license deal with U.S. Cellular Corp. that covers technology relating to the use of short messaging in cellular telephony, according...
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Costa Mesa residents can help decide the future use of the fairgrounds Tuesday when they cast votes on Measure C, which would limit the land's use to being a fairgrounds and an exposition center. The roughly $130,000 measure, put on the state primary...
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