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  • From the Boathouse: Houseboat now a true home

    Ahoy! Good news for permanently affixed floating homes. The Supreme Court issued a decision Jan. 15, in a 7-2 vote, that a floating home is not a boat, hence is not a vessel. U.S. Code defines the word "vessel" as including all means of water...
  • CdM's Grable answers call

    CdM's Grable answers call
    As one of the best players on the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team, Blake Grable speaks to reporters after games. He's usually a big reason why the Sea Kings come out on top most of the time. One day, Grable might be the one conducting the...
  • From the Boathouse: This year in L.A., it's twice the show

    Ahoy! The Los Angeles Boat Show is underway through the weekend, and now in two locations for you to select your new or brokerage yacht. Once again, the show is back to its usual spot at the Los Angeles Convention Center. However, you can now view...
  • From the Boathouse: The truth about ropes and lines

    Ahoy! The weather and sea conditions are looking very favorable for boating this weekend, with the air temperatures rising up to the low 70s on Friday and dipping slightly through the weekend to the low 60s by Sunday. However, we will have mostly...
  • Harlan: Marking time with the new house

    For my family, 2013 will be remembered as the year the new house was built. Literally, The New House, a precision-built, pre-fabricated home created by RSI Development, is being assembled nextdoor as I write this. Poof! — as RSI's marketing...
  • Sailor, 94, ready for comeback

    Sailor, 94, ready for comeback
    CORONA DEL MAR — Even when you're 94, there can still be some firsts in life. Just ask Jim Emmi of Corona del Mar, who will be competitively sailing for the first time in three years next week and participating in the inaugural Around the...
  • In Theory: Meshing medicine and religion

    According to a news report this week on National Public Radio, many inhabitants of the world's second most populous country, India, who are afflicted with depression, psychosis and other mental health problems rely on faith healers and doctors at their...
  • City, volunteers help prepare for emergencies

    With a number of close calls from distant tsunamis, and a branch of the Newport-Inglewood fault about one mile offshore, the city of Newport Beach has spent the last several years preparing for tidal waves. Officials have created an evacuation plan for...
  • KUCI deejay had magnetic personality

    KUCI deejay had magnetic personality
    IRVINE — On Friday afternoon about 200 people gathered at UC Irvine to celebrate the life of Jessica Hoke. The 23-year-old UCI alumna died Dec. 3, three days after car crash debris hit her while she walked to work at South Coast Plaza. Family,...
  • Songs for soles

    A popular Disney Radio singing group is teaming up with a local nonprofit to provide unused shoes for orphans worldwide. Jerri James, a Corona del Mar resident and mother of two, started the Orphan Campaign earlier this month and has partnered with...
  • The Harbor Report: Harbormaster an approachable leader

    I first noticed Lt. Mark Long, Orange County's harbormaster, while attending a Harbor Commission meeting at the end of 2009. He had just arrived in town and his photo had been in the press. Long was in his street clothes. "This guy gets it," was the...
  • Lobdell: Who's to blame for Arizona shooting?

    Can you imagine our congressmen — John Campbell and Dana Rohrabacher — surrounded by bodyguards each time they make a public appearance in Newport-Mesa? Me neither. With 435 representatives and 100 senators, that would be quite an army...