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  • The God Squad: Free will not a theological trick

    Question: It's amazing how you "learned theologians" always toe the party line: God is always responsible for the good things that happen, but good gosh, never responsible for the bad things because of "free will." And God doesn't make garbage. Bunk....
  • Comments & Curiosities: One vote to blow them all away

    It happens. Not often, but it happens. A city council makes a decision and next thing you know, kaboom! It's the shot heard round the world. That's what happened recently, right here, in Newport Beach. Last Tuesday, the City Council decided on a 4-3...
  • Mailbag: Newport Beach needs a city motto

    Should Newport Beach have a sound bite image slogan? Many other nearby cities along the coast with surroundings far less glamorous than Newport Beach have adopted them, yet we have none. In speaking to our former public information officer some time ago,...
  • 'Hot tamale train' delivers again

     'Hot tamale train' delivers again
    It's flashy, sensual … and fabulous. For fans of reality shows like "So You Think You Can Dance" and "Dancing with the Stars," "Burn the Floor" is a perfect real-life night out. A record-breaking Broadway hit — and the first ballroom dance...
  • 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...
  • A gastronomic battle royale (with tomatoes)

    COSTA MESA — As a dramatic soundtrack played, Killybrooke Elementary School students chopped, stirred and cooked healthy gastronomic masterpieces using the secret ingredient — tomatoes — in hopes of beating out the competition. Team...
  • JEAN MALLOW BOYD

    JEAN MALLOW BOYD
    JEAN MALLOW BOYD       Jean Mallow Boyd passed away on June 8, 2011, after a lengthy illness, at the age of 87.  She is survived by her loving daughter, Bonnie Jean Boyd-Orlando; niece, Carol Jean Wilson;  nephew, Robert L. Mallow; nephew, Michael...
  • 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...
  • PBS SoCal has groundbreaking event

    COSTA MESA — Signs that the new PBS SoCal building was still under construction were evident at a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for the public TV station's new headquarters. Ceiling tiles between lights were missing, and the building's inner...
  • Nerves fray toward end of long meeting

    COSTA MESA — After hours of discussion on outsourcing the city's Fire Department and with Tuesday's City Council meeting crawling into its fifth hour, the long night began to wear on council members. It started when Mayor Gary Monahan interrupted...