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  • Police searching for grand theft auto suspect

    Police searching for grand theft auto suspect
    A Costa Mesa man was taken into custody Wednesday on charges of grand theft auto and possession of narcotic paraphernalia, authorities said. A second man, whose last known address is in Costa Mesa, is still at large, said Sgt. Phil Myers. Officers...
  • A Word, Please: There's no catch-all guide to hyphens

    Editor's note: June Casagrande's column on language and usage ran in the Daily Pilot until 2005. We're pleased to welcome her back. Her column will run Saturdays. * If you've ever watched a man eating lobster, a number of things might have run through...
  • The Crowd: Toshiba Classic returning to Newport soon

    The Toshiba Classic will return to Newport Beach in just a few weeks, commencing March 12 with major play scheduled for March 16 to 18. The player field hosts some of the champions of senior golf. Among them: Tom Lehman, Larry Mize, Larry Nelson, Mark O'...
  • Reel Critics: 'Resident Evil' keeps features that made it popular

    Reel Critics: 'Resident Evil' keeps features that made it popular
    "Resident Evil: Retribution" is the fifth movie in a very successful franchise that began as a series of apocalyptic Japanese video games. The surreal sci-fi adventure blends "Aliens" and "The Matrix" with "Blade Runner" overtones. For good measure,...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Calendar

    TODAY Tuesday Trivia Night Live team trivia at Skosh Monahan's Pub, 2000 Newport Blvd., begins at 7:30 every Tuesday night, with prizes for contestants. For more information, call (949) 548-0099. Roasted Crab At AnQi AnQi at South Coast Plaza offers...
  • Estancia High senior helps war veterans

    Nicole Irigoyen, a senior at Estancia High School in Costa Mesa, has been spending quite a bit of time in a different sort of place for her senior class project. It's depressing but at times uplifting. The sad stories come at her full force, but so do...
  • Reel Critics: 'Prince' is destined to make money, sequels

    Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer joined forces to create the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise. They teamed up again to produce the swashbuckling "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time." It's based on a successful video game, which ensures an audience of...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Subtle lessons await all children outside

    When I was a small boy, I usually spent any idle time outdoors. When school was out for the summer, the outdoor time doubled or even tripled. Once out the back door, I had to entertain myself, often for hours at a time. Sometimes that included kicking...