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  • Costa Mesa sought feds' help before pot raids

    Costa Mesa City Attorney Tom Duarte asked federal authorities months ahead of a January raid to help shutter the marijuana dispensaries operating illegally in the city, according to a letter he wrote to the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles. "In...
  • Classically Trained: The value of a violin

    The Pacific Symphony continues with its "Year of the Violin" programming next week with a series highlighted by virtuoso Vadim Gluzman. The Israeli violinist will be playing Tchaikovsky's venerable Violin Concerto in D major for the concerts on Feb. 23...
  • From The Boathouse: Watch that tricky weather

    Ahoy! My column last week generated a number of emails regarding my French translation of "topic of the week," being either "topic de la semaine" or "topic du semaine." I find it very interesting that even those who said that they are fluent in French...
  • Whitehead: Be wary of strong currents in the harbor

    Ahoy! I cannot fathom that Labor Day weekend has closed in on my radar already. This weekend signals the end of summer across the nation, especially for boating. I do not understand why many school districts begin classes before Labor Day that steals...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Sports promoter Roy Englebrecht takes the fights to the people

    Sports promoter Roy Englebrecht takes the fights to the people
    The Bee Gees are playing on Roy Englebrecht's office radio, but the 67-year-old sports promoter has a saying taped on his wall to assure he's not stuck in days gone by. "Don't judge me by my past. I don't live there anymore." Southland boxing fans...
  • From the Boathouse: Remember the past and look to the future

    Ahoy! I want to wish everyone a very happy New Year, and it looks like 2013 will be a better year. As we leap into the New Year, take a look at our vital local marine businesses and think about all the local jobs that are created in and around Newport...
  • From the Boathouse: Boat maintenance is key to having safe fun

    Ahoy! Last Friday was the start of the annual Newport Ocean Sailing Assn.'s Lexus Newport to Ensenada Yacht Race. Just over 200 sailboats crossed the start line for the 125-nautical-mile voyage to Ensenada, and the wind was blowing 10 to 12 knots for...
  • Community heroes recognized at Hero Fest

    Community heroes recognized at Hero Fest
    It didn't take long to realize that on Thursday night heroes were among those at Laguna's [seven-degrees]. A venerable Hall of Fame of local artists, musicians and filmmakers received recognition for their creative pursuits at the sixth annual Laguna...
  • From the Boathouse: Spend time on the water with your family

    Ahoy, it is National Fishing and Boating Week! This week celebrates boating and fishing because they are the No. 1 outdoor recreational pursuits for families. Let's stop and think about that for a moment: Boating and fishing are No. 1 over any other...