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  • City, volunteers help prepare for emergencies

    With a number of close calls from distant tsunamis, and a branch of the Newport-Inglewood fault about one mile offshore, the city of Newport Beach has spent the last several years preparing for tidal waves. Officials have created an evacuation plan for...
  • Classically Trained: Young ensemble plays worldly music

    It's a group where you've got to keep your winds about you. The Pacific Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble performed a program Sunday titled "We the People: Folk Music From Around the World" in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. It included some...
  • Briefs: UCI women's volleyball opens on radar

     Briefs: UCI women's volleyball opens on radar
    The UC Irvine women's volleyball team received votes in the American Volleyball Coaches Assn. preseason poll for the second straight season. The Anteaters collected 24 points. They spent nine weeks in the AVCA poll last season, ranking as high as No....
  • Briefs: 'Eaters picked second

     Briefs: 'Eaters picked second
    The UC Irvine men's soccer team has been picked to finish second in the Big West Conference preseason coaches poll announced Wednesday. The Anteaters received 43 points, five behind defending regular-season conference champion UC Santa Barbara, which...
  • Mural tiles illustrate measures of music

    Mural tiles illustrate measures of music
    A tile mural featuring the Costa Mesa-based Pacific Symphony was unveiled last month at a Mission Viejo park. Several hundred participants of all ages helped create the work, which is more than 12 feet wide and 3 feet high. The mural on permanent...
  • Peirsol misses the cut

    This time, Aaron Peirsol doesn't get a second chance at defending a backstroke gold medal at the Pan Pacific Championships. The Newport Harbor High product on Friday could not depend on a U.S. teammate to reach the finals in his second backstroke event...
  • What Brown can do for Tars

    What Brown can do for Tars
    Maybe one day, Maddy Brown will write for a newspaper. The senior at Newport Harbor High wants to be a sportswriter. She is a huge sports fan and she enjoys writing. No one has published Brown's work yet. For now, other journalists will chronicle...
  • The Crowd: Trojans come together for Kure It!

    The Crowd: Trojans come together for Kure It!
    Editor's note: Paul McDonald does not have cancer. For USC Trojans there is one campus institution arguably more recognizable than the Doheny Library. It is the 901 Club just off campus on Figueroa Street. Not exactly an avenue to higher learning, but...
  • Boys' water polo preview: Title Chase now on at CdM

    Boys' water polo preview: Title Chase now on at CdM
    When he was younger, Chase Watson was a Seahawk. Sure, at 6-foot-7 and 250 pounds, the Corona del Mar High senior center now definitely deserves to be upgraded to a Sea King. But Watson used to play football for Newport-Mesa Junior All-American....
  • Briefs: Irrelevant Week gives back

    Irrelevant Week XXXV, the annual Newport Beach event that celebrates the final pick in the NFL draft, generated more than $30,000 for Goodwill of Orange County's fitness center, event organizers said. Tim Toone, a receiver-kick returner from Weber...
  • Mesa looks for continued success

    Mesa looks for continued success
    It was a program that hadn't made the playoffs in four years before Jeremy Osso took over in 2006. Now, the Costa Mesa High football team is looking for its fourth playoff berth in a row in 2010. The Mustangs will also try to win their third Orange...
  • Mesa playing for Vazquez

    Mesa playing for Vazquez
    Whenever the Costa Mesa High football team takes the field in 2010, it will remember the player who would give anything to be there. Carlos Vazquez was set up for a big senior year at linebacker until he was diagnosed with leukemia in June. The player...