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  • Memphis' soul was always there

    COSTA MESA — To Costa Mesa native Dan Bradley, it wasn't a question of if he would open Memphis Café, but when. A UCLA graduate and former club promoter, Bradley, 44, knew he wanted to open the restaurant in his hometown. A marketing executive...
  • Pilot wins investigative reporting awards

    Daily Pilot reporter Mike Reicher has placed first and second in the investigative reporting category in a statewide journalism contest for his work on a politician who did not live in a legislative district he sought to represent and a legal flap...
  • The College Conversation: Particularly tough times for admissions

    The effect of the state's fiscal crisis in higher education tore through cyberspace this week, landing painfully into the e-mail inboxes of many hopeful high school seniors. The University of California and California State University decisions were...
  • Pitcher Kaprielian the real deal

    James Kaprielian was stumped. Asked what seemed like a fairly innocuous question, the Beckman High pitcher could only muster an "Uhhhh …" Finally, the 6-foot-3, 190-pound junior with an 89-mph fastball answered, "Travel ball, I think." The...
  • Murton Louis Munson

    Murton Louis Munson
    Murton Louis Munson Murton L. (Murt) Munson passed away unexpectedly on March 20, 2011.  He was born November 14, 1934 in Los Angeles, Ca. to Louis and Lilian Munson. Murt graduated from Inglewood H.S. in 1952. In 1954 he entered the Naval Cadet...
  • UCI is 17th on affordable list

    Editor's note: This corrects the headline. UCI is 17th, not 16th. Kiplinger's Personal Finance has revealed their top 100 affordable universities in the U.S. UC Irvine rose three notches from last year's ranking, coming in at 17th with an average...
  • High Schools: Salem waits for Stanford

    High Schools: Salem waits for Stanford
    Jim Harbaugh was a big reason why JB Salem in March committed to play football at Stanford. The coach's recent departure to the NFL has not influenced the Newport Harbor High senior to look elsewhere, just not yet. Salem said he is playing the waiting...
  • Briefs: UCI's Taylor touted

    Tanya Taylor, an All-American who was the Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year in women's soccer as a senior in 2010, is rated the No. 4 prospect among forwards for the Women's Professional Soccer draft scheduled Friday in Baltimore, Md....
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Sunday's Calendar
    TILL TODAY Tango Buenos Aires Tango Buenos Aires, which bills itself as the world's most acclaimed and authentic tango company, performs at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts' Segerstrom Hall. Tickets start at $16. For showtimes and more information,...
  • Segerstrom Center names new chief executive

    Newport Beach resident Lawrence M. Higby on Tuesday was voted the new chief executive and board chairman of the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, formerly known as the Orange County Performing Arts Center, in an early election. Higby, 64, replaced...
  • High Schools: Matchup has big meaning

    Xavier Castellano knows how much the Battle for the Bell games mean. Castellano played basketball at Estancia before graduating in 1998. He said he was a point guard who came off the bench. Now he also stays near the bench, as the co-coach of the...
  • Salem takes step closer to Stanford

    In a span of six minutes on Monday night, Newport Harbor High defensive lineman JB Salem was talking with two college football coaches about his future. UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel called to offer the 6-foot-4, 265-pound Salem a scholarship. Five...