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  • Golf: Kite stays steady

    Golf: Kite stays steady
    Tom Kite doesn't mince words. He keeps reality in focus. We are fallen people living in a fallen world. Adversity will come, along with triumph. The key, according to Kite, is not straying too far in the wrong direction. In golf, that could refer to a...
  • AERIE plans go back to Coastal Commission

    CORONA DEL MAR — After the Coastal Commission denied approval of the AERIE project last spring, developer Richard Julian downsized plans and is going back before the agency on Wednesday, with a staff report recommending partial approval of the...
  • Police suspect 'brothel' activity at massage parlors

    COSTA MESA — Seven massage parlors all within one business complex were accused of being fronts for prostitution and served search warrants Friday by police, prosecutors and immigration officials. "From the layman's perspective, it appears to be a...
  • Massage franchise opens in Newport Beach

    Massage Envy, a national membership-based massage therapy franchise, opened a 2,650 square-foot location in Newport Beach last week, according to a news release. The franchise in Westcliff Plaza at 1052 Irvine Ave. has 11 treatment rooms, and day and...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Egypt during a coup? No problem, couple says

    A Corona del Mar couple's 10th church visit to Egypt in the past dozen years put them in the center of a storm now being called the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. But Monica Moore and Dave Fish said they never feared for their safety as they watched events...
  • Briefs: Matsuoka helps Dartmouth make history

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Former Corona del Mar High tennis standout Melissa Matsuoka helped Dartmoth win its first Ivy League title in program history Saturday. Matsuoka won in singles and doubles as the Big Green defeated Harvard, 4-3. Dartmouth and...
  • Sportsman of the Year a good sport

    There were many stories to tell about the man of the hour, Rick Neuheisel, Tuesday night. Certainly there was plenty of material for roasting, a requirement for the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation Sportsman of the Year. Chris Roberts, the voice of...
  • Spreading some peace around

    IRVINE — It all started when someone asked Kelly Smith what she would do if she had a magic wand to change the world. Her answer — to help kids learn and realize what's special about them — sparked a dream that blossomed into the Center...
  • World View: Successful immigrant achieves American Dream

    I've accumulated thousands of business cards throughout my career, but few stand out quite like the one belonging to Surat Singh Randhawa. The card of the Costa Mesa resident and small-business owner is a 2-inch-tall by about 3.5-inch-wide résumé. It...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Give a little to get a lot

    Freebie of the Week: Enjoy free rockabilly and Beatles music this weekend at the OC Market Place in the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. All concerts, including admission to the swap meet, are free with a canned food donation, which will benefit...
  • Concordia makes NAIA World Series

    Concordia University's baseball team has been about as hot as any team in the country the past few weeks, but the Eagles still needed one more victory to qualify for the NAIA World Series. And to complicate matters, they would have to do it against...
  • Developer submits plans for Mariner's Mile project

    NEWPORT BEACH — Drivers who pass West Coast Highway and Dover Drive may notice tall wooden posts with strings attached. For the property's neighbors, they might bring noise and oversized buildings, but for the developer and many motorists, they...