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  • Two-Minute Drill: Sailors, Oilers like a video game

    Two-Minute Drill: Sailors, Oilers like a video game
    One hundred points were scored in a football game at Davidson Field last Friday. It turned out to be a first for Coach Jeff Brinkley, who's in his 29th season at Newport Harbor. His team survived the high-scoring affair. The Sailors opened Sunset...
  • A Word Please: Know difference between subject and object pronouns

    There's a difference between me and I. In casual conversation, most people I know don't worry too much about sounding proper. They don't bother with "whom." They say, "There's a lot of people here" instead of "There are a lot of people here." They opt...
  • Carnett: Presenting her case to Santa

    I sat with my 7-year-old granddaughter, Eva, the other day as she wrote her 2013 Christmas letter to Santa. Eva was staying home from school after having had an early morning dental appointment. She was lisping more than usual with a mouth full of...
  • The struggle to regain balance

    The struggle to regain balance
    First of three parts. Almost a whole day had passed, and still Melissa Ludlow hadn't heard from her son. She checked her silent phone again, trying to imagine the reasons he wouldn't respond. Didn't he know how to work the phone that she had lent him?...
  • Video games stolen from libraries

    Thousands of dollars worth of video games were stolen from Newport Beach libraries and probably sold for a profit during the past two months, according to police. On Wednesday, a library official reported that 31 video games worth about $2,200 were...
  • Commentary: Gun control in a 'devolving society'

    Much has been written regarding recent domestic-terrorist activity involving firearms. While one life is no more valuable than another, the media leverages the emotionally charged drama when children are involved. Fortunately, balanced coverage of these...
  • Reel Critics: Crime doesn't pay for audience

    Reel Critics: Crime doesn't pay for audience
    Director Ruben Fleischer served up a campy blood-fest in "Zombieland." Wisecracking shooters eliminated disposable members of the walking dead by the dozen. In "Gangster Squad," disposable gangsters line up to be shot to pieces by a more serious team of...
  • Commentary: On the inevitability of a second TV in the home

    Well, it happened. It was inevitable, friends tell me. It's part of the parenting experience, or so the experts say. We got a TV for our son's bedroom. He can now play "Call of Duty," yelling out bizarre yelps in the comforts of his own room. Of course,...
  • For competitor, Pokemon is no frivolous pastime

    For competitor, Pokemon is no frivolous pastime
    Thomas Mifflin plans to don a Hard Rock Cafe T-shirt every time he plays Pok√©mon — at a tournament, at least. The item, which he purchased in San Francisco, was part of his ensemble this year at the Autumn Regional Championships in Pleasanton,...
  • Kids play at grown-up work

    Kids play at grown-up work
    Kids gave up a day of summer relaxation to join the work force as part of When I Grow Up Day, hosted by the Pretend City Children's Museum in Irvine. Pretend City hopes through the event to inspire youngsters by letting them interact with professionals....
  • College Roundup: UCI falls to Fresno State

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL UC Irvine Tournament IRVINE — UC Irvine was in the drivers' seat of the UC Irvine Tournament with a 2-0 record but Fresno State won the final three sets in a 24-26, 25-23, 26-24, 26-24 decision to defeat the Anteaters Saturday...
  • Pop culture stew could prove satisfying

    Pop culture stew could prove satisfying
    If David Lynch, Salvador Dali or some other surrealist master were given the task of programming a symphony concert, he or she might concoct something akin to this week's offering at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. First, take an orchestra that...