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  • The Crowd: 'A World Without Love'? Not with PBS SoCaL

    The Crowd: 'A World Without Love'? Not with PBS SoCaL
    The programming offered by PBS SoCaL is arguably the finest available on the airwaves. This in spite of the ever-present on-camera fundraising replacing the presence of commercial pitching. On a recent Saturday night in Costa Mesa, the cultural outreach...
  • 'Tartuffe' at SCR: Costa Mesa theater comes full circle

    'Tartuffe' at SCR: Costa Mesa theater comes full circle
    Last summer, Becca Lustgarten began to feel as if something was missing from her life. The 26-year-old Boston University graduate who had relocated to Los Angeles recalled homing in on a void that she had previously filled by learning, acting and...
  • Fitness Files: Pushing pills for profit, not health

    "Stay out of my bedroom!" I yell at the TV set, as an ad suggests another erectile dysfunction helper. "Hey, menopause isn't a disease, get it?" I scream at the ad hawking a pill to extinguish hot flashes. "Oh really!" I fume. "If I take your little...
  • 'Butterfly' took time to sprout wings

    'Butterfly' took time to sprout wings
    In "The Bargain & the Butterfly," Annie, the protagonist and child of a watchmaker, says, "The bottom of a glass is a lens. Water is a lens. Many things are lenses if you look through them carefully." And that's exactly what Katharine Noon's latest play...
  • Briefs: Zur wins silver

    Newport Beach resident Krisztina Zur won a silver medal Friday at the International Canoe Federation Sprint World Championships in Szeged, Hungary. Zur, who moved to the United States from Hungary last year, finished in 4 minutes, 13.47 seconds in the...
  • Lightning bidding to take step up

    Lightning bidding to take step up
    If the Sage Hill School football team didn't get enough of its coaches over the summer, the players could watch two of them every Thursday night on television. Defensive line coach Akbar Gbaja-Biamila and secondary coach Ricky Sharpe were on the summer...
  • Mom: Son was indeed thrown overboard by his dad

    The mother of a 7-year-old boy whose father threw him overboard during a Newport Harbor cruise, the county sheriffs say, released a statement Wednesday night saying eye witness accounts about the incident are accurate. Christin Briles, through...
  • Steinberg: Fantasy football pumps game

    This weekend begins my favorite time of year. It marks the return of high school, college and NFL football. Combined with the pennant races in Major League Baseball and many other sports, it is a cornucopia of sports participation and television...
  • Pastor accused of injuring, causing man's death

    A trial date of April 16 has been set in the civil suit against a former Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) pastor accused of injuring a 71-year-old man and causing his eventual death, according to court documents. Documents filed by an attorney for...
  • Famed sports agent declares bankruptcy

    Newport Beach sports agent Leigh Steinberg, whose life story partially inspired "Jerry Maguire," has filed for bankruptcy, according to an email he sent to the Daily Pilot. Steinberg, 62, pens a weekly sports column for the Pilot. He said in his...
  • Youmans: Heading to Hollywood

    Youmans: Heading to Hollywood
    At age 9, I watched with wide eyes as"American Idol"debuted on national television in 2002. I never imagined that 10 years later I would receive my very own golden ticket to Hollywood. After my debut appearance in the Season 11 premiere, which showed...
  • Gardner takes less-is-more approach

    Gardner takes less-is-more approach
    When Newport Beach Mayor Nancy Gardner delivered a two-word state-of-the-city address to the Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce last month ("it's fine"), people thought she was mostly joking. Turns out she wasn't. Gardner slightly elaborated on that...