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  • Check It Out: Books highlight tales of Dark Knight

    Celebrating the Life of Gotham's Caped CrusaderBy Allen KesingerSince his creation by Bob Kane, Batman has since become a cultural icon. From comics and television to movies and video games, you'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't know about the...
  • Father's Day Letters

    Dad, Thank you for your years of love, guidance and support. I couldn't have reached my goals without you! Go, Bruins!! Happy Father's Day. Love, Noelle A. Park Hi Dad, GC here on behalf of all your kids and grandkids. It's been six months...
  • Check It Out: Find help for your job search

    Seeking employment can be a daunting task, especially in today's economy. With the limited open positions, it seems more and more evident that one must expand on a job search by looking for jobs in a spectrum of industries. Broadening your interests can...
  • Designing a new career

    Designing a new career
    Editor's note: This corrects an earlier version. The name of Lori Michelle Newman's start up company is Instyle Design. NEWPORT BEACH — For former real estate agent Lori Michelle-Newman, moving to Newport Beach presented the perfect opportunity to...
  • Community & Clubs: Computer help for seniors

    Computer Friends is a club dedicated to helping seniors learn computer basics while enriching their creative efforts through speakers, classes and social functions. Their meeting takes place 1 p.m. today, the second Wednesday of the month, at the...
  • Check It Out: Popular collections for teens, adults

    Were you aware that the Newport Beach Public Library stocks video games and graphic novels? Always popular with teens, these formats have proven extremely popular among adults as well. The library's video games collection is available in several...
  • JWA upgrades computer systems, ticket counters

    John Wayne Airport will modernize its computer systems and ticketing counters in a $24-million project approved Tuesday by the County Board of Supervisors It's part of the larger airport improvements underway that include the construction of a 280,000-...
  • With pixie dust, it's off to Neverland

    With pixie dust, it's off to Neverland
    COSTA MESA — Passersby got a glimpse of Neverland on Wednesday, when crews raised a massive tent to prepare for the upcoming production of "Peter Pan" at the Orange County Performing Arts...
  • Reel Critic: No gore left undone in 'Resident Evil'

    The weekends after Labor Day are financial dead zones for Hollywood. The distributors of the "Resident Evil" franchise wisely choose this time period to release their popular action/horror films. With no competition from any major studios, they maximize...
  • Gamers hoping creation will aid with pet adoptions

    Gamers hoping creation will aid with pet adoptions
    A start-up independent gaming company in Huntington Beach is looking to release the next breakout smartphone app while giving a financial and educational boost to the pet adoption community. Zuul Labs plans to launch "Tall Tails," its first creation, in...
  • LCAD graduates its largest class

    LCAD graduates its largest class
    Laguna College of Art + Design resounded with cheers and applause long after the graduation caps had been tossed and caught by their gleeful owners. At 89 students, the graduating class — including bachelor's and master's degree candidates —...
  • Hansen: 'Legends' has captured millions

    Last fall, UC Irvine held its annual Anteater Involvement Fair, when campus groups put up a booth in the quad to recruit new members. The most popular booth? Not the Greeks or the football boosters or the chess team. It was the League of Legends club....