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  • Campbell recognizes Irvine company for creating jobs

    An Irvine-based information technology group of consultants, the Irvine Technology Corporation, was recognized for excellence in business by U.S. Congressman John Campbell, the company announced this week. "We are very honored to receive this recognition...
  • The College Conversation: Several tips to help students overcome back-to-school jitters

    I always expect our phone lines to be busy the first two weeks of school. It's true that reality sets in for families after the long summer break, as they realize it's time to figure out the college list, college entrance exams and applications. But...
  • Sailors' Brinkley celebrated

    Sailors' Brinkley celebrated
    Now in his fifth decade as a high school football head coach, Jeff Brinkley embraces loyalty as enthusiastically as he relishes achievement on the field. The assertion that the former has increased the latter, particularly during 25-plus seasons at the...
  • Bad Dad: Mourning the loss of a lizard (and $100)

    I received a call from my wife's phone 15 minutes after I got to work Wednesday. I cheerfully answered, only to be greeted by a meek voice. "Daddy?" my daughter asked hushed tones. It sounded like she had been crying. "What are you doing on Mommy's...
  • 'Snoopy House' moving to City Hall

    'Snoopy House' moving to City Hall
    COSTA MESA — It will be a Charlie Brown Christmas after all. Though Jim Jordan's foreclosed home at 2269 Santa Ana Ave. now belongs to Wells Fargo, the plywood psychiatry booth, character cutouts, Santa Claus stage in the backyard and other...
  • City Life: Administrators shouldn't travel when schools need pencils

    I recently reviewed five years of travel expenses for school Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard. Before revealing what I found, it is important you understand why I am qualified to pass judgment. Since 1983, I have attended, spoken, exhibited and organized dozens of...
  • Shadia: Friendship goes beyond the politics

    I have friends from all sorts of backgrounds. But my friendship with Michelle Samani is the most shocking for an obvious reason: She's a lawyer, and I'm a journalist. And then there's this: Meesh — her nickname — is Jewish, and I'm Muslim....
  • Rallying around the 'Snoopy House'

    COSTA MESA — For some 44 years, the Jordan family has crafted an elaborate Charlie Brown-themed Christmas display outside of their Costa Mesa home. The doctor was in, with a Lucy cutout offering counseling. Charlie Brown and Sally clutched a...
  • The Harbor Report: Tips for the Christmas Boat Parade

    I felt honored to be part of the crew who delivered the Balboa Yacht Club's new Committee Boat from San Francisco to Marina del Rey. I wanted to make one shout-out to our captain, Richard DeWolf: "I will go to sea with you any time." Without a doubt,...
  • Musician's design hits right notes [Corrected]

    For University High School, money does grow on trees. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly stated the number of votes Lisa Xie's design got. It was 445, not 445,000. -------------------- At least, it does now since a...
  • City Life: Don't use 'tomorrow' as an excuse

    The transition from one year to the next is only the difference of a sunrise and the turn of a calendar page. The truth, though, is that there is no tomorrow. Tomorrow is only a promise, a fantasy, a myth that plays over and over each day, stringing...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Parks commissioners to study beach fire pits

    Newport Beach officials will study the safety of beach fire rings and whether they should be banned, nearly two years after the issue was tabled because of a storm of public outcry. At Tuesday's City Council meeting, Mayor Pro Tem Nancy Gardner asked...