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Superman (fictional character)

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  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week
    In the "Superman" movies and television series, Clark Kent always knows when to transform into a superhero to protect Lois Lane. Our suave nine-month-old Orange tabby kitten named Clark shows his affection and gives a loud purr to everyone here at...
  • A record-setting flight

    A record-setting flight
    When Newport Beach native Dave Purcell heard that Jetlev Southwest President Dean O'Malley was about to fly Saturday from Newport to Catalina Island on a jetpack, he wasn't about to miss it. His friend — Christine Heck, 60, who was at the M...
  • Reel Critics: Been there, killed that 'Giant'

    Reel Critics: Been there, killed that 'Giant'
    Director Bryan Singer made his mark in Hollywood in 1995 with the offbeat crime drama "The Usual Suspects." That success earned him the director's chair for big-time action flicks like "X-Men" and "Superman Returns." He now enters the world of ancient...
  • UCI rooter comes with twist, shouts

    UCI rooter comes with twist, shouts
    He has become almost as big a fixture in the program as squeeze bunts and ace pitchers, though few know his name and fewer still know his story. Yet almost anyone who has attended a UC Irvine baseball home game the last seven seasons, knows his voice....
  • Quartet continues in Clovis

    Last year, Coach Tony Ciarelli took one Newport Harbor High thrower to the CIF State Track and Field Championships. Three throwers made the trip Thursday afternoon to Clovis, the site of state. This is the most throwers Ciarelli has taken to state in his...
  • Concordia captures NAIA World Series

    And then there was one. The Concordia University baseball team, quite possibly the most unlikely of champions, defied the odds and became just that — champions — winning the Avista-NAIA World Series held in Lewiston, Idaho. The Eagles,...
  • Classically Trained: Man with the golden baton leads Bond concerts

    As patrons sipped their chilled martinis — shaken, not stirred — fortunes of funny money were won and lost. Red or black, odd or even, all was good fun at the roulette tables set up Thursday night for the Pacific Symphony's "The Music of...
  • Reel Critics: 'Lantern' needs more than just special effects

    Reel Critics: 'Lantern' needs more than just special effects
    The latest superhero film is "Green Lantern." Played by Ryan Reynolds, the hero draws his powers from a glowing green ring. Ancient guardians of the universe choose him to replace his dying predecessor. He becomes much more of a space cowboy on...
  • Reel Critics: Documentary gives school system an 'F'

    Reel Critics: Documentary gives school system an 'F'
      Every American child deserves a decent public school education. A good education is the foundation and future of this country. In the thoughtful, compassionate documentary "Waiting for 'Superman,'" we learn that the U.S. spends twice as much money...
  • Little ones celebrate Purim a little early

    Little ones celebrate Purim a little early
    IRVINE — Purim may start Sunday, but preschoolers at the Merage Jewish Community Center in Irvine got a head start on festivities Friday. Spiderman, Tinker Bell, Wonder Woman and other familiar faces made it out for the celebration — in...
  • Mother's Day Messages

    Dear Mom, Thank you for being the best mom ever. If it weren't for you, we would be unhealthy. Thanks for keeping us organic and pure. Love, Sarah and Chase * Dear Momma, today is Mother's Day, And I want to say thank you. Not a day goes by where...
  • Classically Trained: A patriotic tribute to John Williams and the Eagles

    When I was about 8, I made what I thought was the greatest of musical discoveries. As one of San Diego's youngest self-taught orchestral music lovers — unlike many of the classically trained, I don't come from a musically inclined family —...