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  • Check It Out: Get close with spacey encounters

    For years, mankind has gazed up at the stars and wondered what exists beyond our planet. Is the universe a vast sea of nothing? Are we alone or is there intelligent life elsewhere? Science fiction postulates what sort of marvelous sights we'll...
  • Wilkey is golden

    Wilkey is golden
    IRVINE — Talking to Sarah Wilkey last summer at the USA Water Polo Junior Olympics, she had a sort of quiet confidence. Wilkey was about to start her senior year. She was stepping into the starting goalie role for the Newport Harbor High varsity...
  • Wilkey has right stuff

    Wilkey has right stuff
    IRVINE — Talking to Sarah Wilkey last summer at the USA Water Polo Junior Olympics, she had a sort of quiet confidence. Wilkey was about to start her senior year. She was stepping into the starting goalie role for the Newport Harbor High varsity...
  • 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'...
  • Friends meet again in U.S. championship

    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The friendship started in San Bernardino. The Big Sky Little League team from Billings, Mont. won the Northwest title at the Western Regional tournament and stayed in the same dorms as Huntington Beach's Ocean View Little...
  • Steinberg: Can you finish reading this?

    I decided to take a break from finishing a book project on parenting youth athletes to escape to the sanctuary of 24 Fitness. There were a series of patrons in front using their cellphones. I heard "pig iron" transactions conducted in the locker room...
  • Broadcom agrees to buy NetLogic for $3.7 billion

    Broadcom Corp. announced Monday that it agreed to purchase NetLogic Microsystems Inc. for about $3.7 billion. Irvine-based Broadcom designs and supplies semiconductors to telecommunications and consumer electronics companies with its chips ending up in a...
  • UC Irvine researchers make tests fun

    UC Irvine researchers make tests fun
    IRVINE — As Anna Origel leaned back and forth in a wheelchair at UC Irvine, a soccer goalie on the computer screen in front of her danced left and right, trying to block her shots. When Origel reclined, even just an inch, the goalie in the game...
  • 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,...
  • Newport police recruiting video mocked, then goes viral

    A Newport Beach Police Department recruiting video portraying officers scaling walls, shooting guns and letting loose vicious dogs went viral after being mocked by news websites such as the Huffington Post and The Agitator. Uploaded in 2008, the video is...
  • Tapping into a love of beer

    Tapping into a love of beer
    In a perfect world, parents can grab a beer, sit down to watch a game with friends while their children are perfectly entertained and well-behaved without them. Restaurateur Jeremy Foti can't guarantee a child's manners, but he is trying to provide the...
  • Fighting disabilities

    They come from different backgrounds and high schools, but on Friday an estimated 130 students all had one thing in common: They were recognized in a Costa Mesa ceremony for completing classes through the Regional Occupational Program. It's been an...