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  • Virgen: Lott happy for 10th

    Virgen: Lott happy for 10th
    For the 10th straight year the IMPACT Foundation and several others in the community celebrated Ronnie Lott, the trophy named after him and all things football, at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach Sunday night. It wasn't called the 10th annual Lott...
  • Steinberg: How to be a great sports agent

    Signing season for college football players who are eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft has begun. Players at colleges whose teams have finished their season and are not in a bowl game are free to sign with agents now. Those players whose teams are...
  • William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson

    William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson
    William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson Legendary football coach, Ernie Johnson, 87, of San Juan Capistrano, California passed away at his home on September 15, 2013. Ernie was born October 12, 1925 in Bruceville, Texas to William and Bessie Johnson. The...
  • Hodson commits to Stanford

    Hodson commits to Stanford
    Corona del Mar High junior Hayley Hodson has verbally committed to Stanford University for women's volleyball, she announced Friday via Twitter. Hodson, a 6-foot-2 outside hitter, was the Newport-Mesa Player of the Year last year for the Sea Kings....
  • The Crowd: The '20s roar again for diabetes research

    The Crowd: The '20s roar again for diabetes research
    The 2014 Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF) Dream Gala was billed as "Let's Misbehave," and they certainly did. More than 500 Orange County citizens dressed to impress in Roaring Twenties period costume and danced a wild Charleston to help raise...
  • Star power sheds light on autism

    Star power sheds light on autism
    Ed Asner was in the throes of a custody battle when a psychologist examining the family remarked that his son seemed to lack empathy. Two weeks later, doctors at UCLA's Center for Autism Research and Treatment revealed that Charles, then 7 or 8, was...
  • Faulkner: 'Eaters are no tourists

    Faulkner: 'Eaters are no tourists
    Spring break in Hawaii is an experience most students would covet, but for the members of the UC Irvine women's water polo team, the five-day excursion into paradise this week is mostly about business. The No. 6-ranked Anteaters open Big West Conference...
  • When wooing graduation speakers, colleges have their talking points

    When wooing graduation speakers, colleges have their talking points
    The nearly two-minuteĀ UC IrvineĀ video looks like an appeal to prospective students, featuring a montage of undergraduates walking around campus, dancing in classrooms and celebrating big basketball victories. But the target audience becomes obvious at...
  • Jennifer Michelle Fletcher & Jason Buck Irby

    Jennifer Michelle Fletcher & Jason Buck Irby
    Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scott Fletcher of Newport Beach are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Michelle Fletcher, to Jason Buck Irby. Miss Fletcher is a graduate of Corona del Mar High School and of University of California, Los...
  • Faulkner: Emerson aims to move players

    Faulkner: Emerson aims to move players
    Hank Stram, a former NFL coach in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, used to describe his offense's drives as matriculating the ball down the field. Kevin Emerson, introduced formally on Thursday as the Orange Coast College football coach, believes that...
  • The Harbor Report: After 34 years on the harbor, an ode to Joyce

    I talked to another of my favorite people from the harbor this week. Joyce Ibbetson, who has been the boating program director for UC Irvine for the past 34 years, took some time to answer a few of my questions. I first met Joyce when I was a student...
  • Saving youths one scholarship at a time

    Estancia High School senior Erik Cerros will be the third person in his family to go to college, following the lead of his two older sisters. He'll be the second of the siblings to get there with help from the Westside Costa Mesa nonprofit Save Our...