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  • 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...
  • Dancing for Mother Earth

    Dancing for Mother Earth
    Although the lights were dimmed and the studio soundless, a chair, front and center, bespoke a human presence. Taped to the wall, a sign declared that a set of ankle bells had recently gone missing. Before long, the pitter-patter of pint-sized feet...
  • Critic questions AQMD board member's doctorates

    Critic questions AQMD board member's doctorates
    A critic of the region's air-quality agency is questioning the academic credentials of a board member empowered to vote on the fate of the fire rings in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach. Clark E. Parker, who sits on the South Coast Air Quality...
  • Roger Whitney Gilbert

    Roger Whitney Gilbert
    ROGER WHITNEY GILBERT Our husband, father, grandfather was with us until February 12, 2013. Roger was born on March 3, 1932 in Los Angeles, CA to Al Whitney Gilbert and Evelyn Kleinsorg Gilbert.   Roger grew up in Los Angeles with his younger brother...
  • Mailbag: Chamber welcomes Rosansky to interim post

    Last week, I announced to members the retirement of Richard Luehrs as president and chief executive of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce. Today, I am announcing that the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has appointed Steve Rosansky...
  • UCI ranks No. 2 in state bar

    UC Irvine School of Law's first graduating class has outshined almost every other law school in California by passing the state bar at a higher rate. Ninety percent of UCI's 51 graduates passed the exam administered in July, and only Stanford, with a 94%...
  • UCI ranks high on magazine's best-value list

    A recent ranking of the 100 best-value public schools in 2012 listed UC Irvine as No. 16 — one of five California schools in the top 20. UCI, according to the ranking made by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, admits 47% of those who apply and...
  • Girls' Soccer: CdM tops Newport Harbor in Battle of the Bay

    Girls' Soccer: CdM tops Newport Harbor in Battle of the Bay
    CORONA DEL MAR — Brianna Westrup is not new to soccer at all, but you wouldn't find her at the Corona del Mar High fields last year as a freshman. Westrup was in the pool, playing girls' water polo for CdM. This year she decided to come back to...
  • Girls' Water Polo: CdM's strong finish leads to Battle of the Bay triumph

    Girls' Water Polo: CdM's strong finish leads to Battle of the Bay triumph
    CORONA DEL MAR — Appropriately enough for a game four days before Christmas, the past, present and future of Corona del Mar High girls' water polo all came together Friday. These weren't ghosts like in Charles Dickens' novel. There was no Tiny...
  • Briefs: Five Pirates honored

    Sophomores Brandon Bauman and Jake Little, as well as freshman Jorge Sanchez, have been named first-team All-Orange Empire Conference in men's soccer. Sophomore Baji Chela and freshman Frankie Muñoz represent the Pirates on the second team. Bauman, a...
  • 90% of UCI Law grads pass bar

    UC Irvine School of Law's first graduating class is already competing with elite law schools, judging by one state standard. In the 2012 class, 46 of 51 students — 90% — passed the California bar exam on their first try in July, the...