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  • TWO-MINUTE DRILL

     TWO-MINUTE DRILL
    Costa Mesa High quarterback Nathan Alvis topped 100 yards through the air and on the ground, and had a hand in a career-high six touchdowns in the Mustangs' 53-17 nonleague win over La Quinta, Thursday at Bolsa Grande High. The left-handed junior...
  • 3-D expert from USC to speak

    COSTA MESA — The Orange County chapter of Access Executive Network will host a presentation about three-dimensional art, technology and business by an expert from USC Oct. 19. Phil Lelyveld, founder of the Consumer 3-D Experience Lab at USC's...
  • Q&A: Todorovic adapts

    Bojana Todorovic is all about adapting to her surroundings. When she was 9 she left Serbia with her family to come to America. At the time Todorovic, a former University High volleyball standout, believed she was leaving for vacation. But soon she...
  • McDonald on the mark

    McDonald on the mark
    Newport Harbor High football coach Jeff Brinkley is stewing lately after two consecutive losses, but the mention of former Sailors' quarterback Andrew McDonald is sure to soften Brinkley's competitive scowl. McDonald, the Newport-Mesa Offensive Player...
  • Eddy records hat trick

    USC freshman Elizabeth Eddy, a former Newport Harbor High standout, recorded her first hat trick to lead the No. 19-ranked Trojans to a 5-4 overtime win over then-No. 21 Cal Sunday. Eddy's hat trick is the first by a Trojan in a Pac-10 game since 1997....
  • South emerges as Sailors' go-to guy

    The first thing you'll notice about Farrel South is his shot. It stands out in a water polo match, on the high school level or at the next level. And that's just from the bleachers — imagine how fast it must seem in the water as the ball speeds by...
  • Classically Trained: Appeal for the casual listener as well

    Classically Trained: Appeal for the casual listener as well
    COSTA MESA — Orchestration and instrumental color are a few of my favorite things. These sounds of music were the hot topics of discussion this past week at the Pacific Symphony's first program of the "Music Unwound" series. Thursday night's pre-...
  • Teenager composer, pianist lets fingers 'do the walking'

    Teenager composer, pianist lets fingers 'do the walking'
    NEWPORT BEACH — At 17, Michael Fleming has written the musical score for the upcoming "Our Town" production, which will open Friday night at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa. A junior at the Orange County High School of the Arts in Santa Ana,...
  • 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...
  • Rick Warren to speak at Vanguard commencement

    Saddleback Church's founder will speak at Vanguard University's undergraduate commencement ceremony May 7. Pastor Rick Warren is slated to speak at the nonprofit private Pentecostal university at 55 Fair Drive in Costa Mesa. Warren has written six...
  • It's A Gray Area: Political correctness pulls us apart

    A feeling of resentment by many minority groups smolders beneath the surface of some of our country's laws. These minorities feel relegated into second-class citizenship. Why? Because some of our laws appear to make some groups more important or...