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  • Q&A: How to handle bullying in class, online

    While cyberspace bullying isn't a new concept, it keeps surfacing in schools due to the popularity of social media, like Facebook. To help reduce problems, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District plans to hold an Internet safety class for parents from...
  • 11th-grader applies for state position

    He'd like to become president of the United States, but first things first. Nicolas Jaber, a Newport Harbor High School junior, wants to be the California State Board of Education's next student representative. Jaber, who sits on the Newport-Mesa Unified...
  • Foodies against hunger

    Foodies against hunger
    Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of Jason Iehl's last name. COSTA MESA — Few businesses have been able to capitalize on Twitter the way the gourmet food truck industry has — many reaching cult-like status with tens of thousands of...
  • Lobdell: Watching the weather in Newport-Mesa

    The predicted high Friday is 72 degrees. But that's only one way to take the temperature in Newport-Mesa. Here are some other forecasts. Newport Beach's new Civic Center: early overcast giving way to sunny skies. A Catholic bishop once told me, "You...
  • Comments & Curiosities: He finally speaks

    Ninety-four years without a word. That has to be a world record. Are we talking about an elderly Buddhist monk? Marcel Marceau's autobiography? Neither one. We're talking about someone much, much more important who just happens to be one of my...
  • Liz still trying to be Liz

    Liz still trying to be Liz
    Throughout Liz Lord's life, the values learned while playing sports in Newport Beach have been used many times. Now, as she fights in the biggest battle of her life, she clings to those values. Lord was known for being competitive when she played...
  • Community Commentary: Remember: Mother's Day was originally a call for peace

    Just hours before Sunday's announcement of the killing of Osama Bin Laden by U.S. forces, I gathered with hundreds of Muslims, Christians and Jews celebrating our faiths, our friendship, and the women in our lives, particularly mothers, at the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Pool fundraising effort underway

    A wall of shimmering, glittering glass fish swarming a Sea King mascot could help fund new locker rooms for the Marian Bergeson Aquatic Center on the Corona del Mar High School campus. The $1-million project would replace dilapidated restrooms with 3,...
  • UCI's Anteater is No. 4 most lovable mascot

    Although many locals already know the charm of UC Irvine's Peter the Anteater, now Reader's Digest backs up his likeability in a new poll. Its May "Best Of America" issue spotlights everything from quirky townspeople to favorite eateries and, of course,...
  • Lightning reigns

    Lightning reigns
    CLAREMONT — They came for a tennis match and a World Cup celebration broke out. Dozens of Sage Hill School students piled onto the court at The Claremont Club on Wednesday afternoon. They joined in a mob near the baseline and started the familiar...
  • A 'magical force called Sage-iness'

    NEWPORT COAST — When Olivia Simon sat down in Cha for Tea to write the speech she would give at her graduation from Sage Hill School, she wasn't sure how to explain her time there, but all that changed when three junior girls walked in. Simon,...
  • Briefs: McBean on U.S. roster

    Former Corona del Mar High standout Jack McBean has made the United States under-17 boys' soccer roster for the FIFA World Cup in Mexico. McBean, who signed a professional contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy in January as a high school sophomore, is the...