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  • From the Boathouse: Wear your lifejacket — when necessary

    Ahoy, and welcome to National Safe Boating Week! "Wear it! Always wear your lifejacket" is the nationwide theme for this year's National Safe Boating Council's Safe Boating Week that runs Saturday through May 24. The goal of Safe Boating Week is to...
  • From the Boathouse: As boating season starts, is safety first?

    Ahoy, and welcome to Memorial Day weekend! Memorial Day weekend signals the official start of the boating season across the nation, and literally millions of people will be on the water enjoying boating-related activities. Thousands of boaters will be...
  • The Harbor Report: Some help disposing those expired flares

    Have you ever been instructed by your spouse that it is your turn to cook dinner, then 4 p.m. comes around and you just realized you have not taken anything out of the freezer? You then look in the refrigerator for leftovers and your mind starts coming up...
  • My Pet World: Doubts over Vick's contrition for dog fighting

    Mel never barks, except in his sleep. He shakes with terror when strangers enter the house. He has good reason to be fearful. Mel's previous owner was Michael Vick. Mel's detailed history is unknown. However, it's clear that he was used as a kind of dog-...
  • 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...
  • Cooking up togetherness

    NEWPORT BEACH — From her mother's kitchen "classroom," a top culinary school in New York and then hosting a national radio program, local resident and celebrity chef Jamie Gwen owes the journey to her most loyal fan: her mother. "We have been...
  • It's good to be the mattress king

    It's good to be the mattress king
    COSTA MESA — Before he became Southern California's mattress king, Larry Miller was broke. In 1987, the Sit 'n Sleep chief executive faced business problems that coincided with the birth of his first child, Danielle. For Miller, that was the most...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Where's my bang?

    Did you hear anything? I didn't. See anything? Me neither. As you know, the world was supposed to end at 6 p.m. May 21. And as far as I can tell, it did not. Oakland radio evangelist Harold Camping predicted — guaranteed, actually — that...
  • 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...