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  • Life aboard the Alaska Eagle: howling winds, a shaking mast

    ABOARD THE ALASKA EAGLE, off Cape Horn — We are anchored in Martial Cove on Herschel Island, just eight miles north of Cape Horn. The wind is howling through the rigging at a steady 40 knots, with gusts up to 50 knots. The Alaska Eagle is...
  • Reel Critics: Slick twists in Berlin give a real bang

    Reel Critics: Slick twists in Berlin give a real bang
    Action-thrillers are like eggs. They're easily overcooked and often served with ham. But in "Unknown," we have a decent story with some slick twists to give us a real bang for our buck. It also benefits from star Liam Neeson, a gifted actor with a...
  • Sea Kings' season over

    Sea Kings' season over
    SAN CLEMENTE — The San Clemente High girls' soccer team planned to relentlessly attack Corona del Mar. The Sea Kings planned to counterattack and possibly score on a set piece. Both plans nearly worked in Thursday afternoon's CIF Southern...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Planners complain about solar panel law

    Newport Beach should let California officials know that a state law limiting local control over solar panel installations has negative consequences, the city's Planning Commission decided Thursday night. "Maybe we can't be successful," Commissioner...
  • 18 degrees of latitude separation

     18 degrees of latitude separation
    ABOARD THE ALASKA EAGLE, at sea in the South Atlantic — We departed South Georgia Island on short notice. Our weather routers, New Hampshire-based Commanders' Weather, gave us an immediate "go" when we asked for a good departure date within the...
  • Bike ride to honor teen killed in fire

    More than 500 bicyclists plan to turn out for a memorial ride in honor of a 17-year-old Newport Beach High School student who died last week in a fire, according to the event's Facebook page. The ride in memory of Luke Upton, who died from his...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Triplets are 'Swagger Wagon' sensations

    Corona del Mar Today: Triplets are 'Swagger Wagon' sensations
    A set of Corona del Mar triplets who are frequently seen about town in matching outfits with matching long blonde hair are the stars of a runaway hit "Swagger Wagon" series of advertisements. Sienna, Jaden and Tegan Brown, 4 1/2 years old, star in the...
  • Tawny Kitaen: Who she is today

    Tawny Kitaen: Who she is today
    NEWPORT BEACH — Sitting on an oversized plush chair in baseball legend Chuck Finley's Newport Beach home, actress Tawny Kitaen seems to be in a much different place than she was eight years ago. A soccer goal is visible in the backyard, and her...
  • The College Conversation: To see stoked, just check their Facebook statuses

    Thousands of college freshmen leave home this month, and their Facebook walls are on fire. Within hours, they are changing their current cities of residence: Villanova. New Orleans. Dallas. Berkeley. Mobile photos are uploaded, changes to their...
  • Briefs: Ross wins in Cincy

    The Assn. of Volleyball Professionals season is over, but April Ross and Jennifer Kessy continue to win pro tournaments on the sand. Ross, a former Newport Harbor High star, and Kessy captured the women's title at the Cincinnati Players Championship...
  • Get The Ink Out: Keep online debates civil

    I've heard the best way to keep your friends is to avoid talking about religion or politics with them. Unfortunately for me, I decided to build a page devoted to the upcoming elections, which means I'll be one lonely editor. Under the elections tab on...
  • Hindu swastika spurs discussion

    Editor's note: This corrects the fourth paragraph. Controversy flared up at Pretend City, a children's museum in Irvine, when a few visitors recently complained about a Hindu swastika woven on a tapestry in one of the museum's exhibits. The offended...