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  • Officer claims unfair demotion, retaliation

    A Newport Beach police officer claims his reputation as a whistleblower led to retaliation and a demotion for actions that pale in comparison to what other department employees have done in recent years. John Hougan, a sergeant until his July demotion to...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    Editor's note: This removes the Island Hotel mid-week specials, which are no longer offered, according to a hotel spokeswoman. SUNDAY Christmas Walk The 32nd annual Corona del Mar Christmas Walk will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Village in...
  • Reel Critics: 'Fighter' an edgy, true-life tale with knockout power

     Reel Critics: 'Fighter' an edgy, true-life tale with knockout power
    Like a boxer who gets floored, I was knocked out by the energy and Oscar-worthy ensemble acting in "The Fighter." This is more than a terrific boxing movie — this is a story of family dynamics, redemption and love; a true-life and edgier "Rocky."...
  • Mailbag: Hunt boats get a shout out in column

    I just returned from Orange County where I was given a copy of Len Bose's column about the Newport Beach Christmas boat parade where two of our designs were mentioned ("The Harbor Report: Enjoy the Boat Parade," Dec. 17). It is nice that they are...
  • Check It Out: Classic children's toy expands to other media

    Many of us have fond memories of playing with Legos. The small, colorful, interconnecting blocks allowed us to stretch our imagination, use our creativity, and develop our fine motor skills. From mini figures to rubber wheels and everything in between,...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Is it fair for me to know so much?

    It is done. You made it. I am so proud of you. Another round of holiday-induced rapture has come to a close. Was everything picture-perfect? I knew it would be. And now it is time to move on, start over and get on with it with a new year, a new day, a...
  • Creating with computers

    Creating with computers
    Editor's note: This corrects the grade level of the students who received netbooks at Davis, Sonora, Paularino and Killybrook elementary schools. COSTA MESA — Gathered in the multipurpose room at the end of a recent school day, students in Liz...
  • 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...
  • With 'Overwatch' video game, Blizzard tries more accessible approach

    With 'Overwatch' video game, Blizzard tries more accessible approach
    Fans at Blizzard Entertainment Inc.'s annual convention kept slipping up and calling the company's big new video game "Overlord" — which sounds like an obvious, even cliche, name for the kind of dark, lurid shooter game everyone's grown used to....
  • 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 —...