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  • From the Boathouse: Honoring heroes by the harbor

    Ahoy! "The war to end all wars" ended Nov. 11, 1918, when Germany signed the armistice agreement and surrendered to the Allies on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. The war didn't offically end until June 28, 1919, when the Treaty of...
  • Letters From The Editor: Venezia and I will talk about political forums on the radio

    By now you've probably read about the Feet to the Fire Forum lineup planned for 2014. Those are the political debates I host with my friends from the Orange County Register and Voice of O.C. We're planning to interview candidates for county supervisor,...
  • From the Boathouse: Know what to watch for around whales

    Ahoy! I received a few emails asking for more information about the rules and regulations for whale-watching that I mentioned in my column last week. Additionally, some readers were wondering how to report someone who may be harassing a whale, whether a...
  • From the Boathouse: Another awareness week on the water

    Ahoy! National Safe Boating Week has finished and another pre-summer awareness week begins on Sunday for boaters and avid fishermen. Can you guess which one? Let me remind you about National Fishing and Boating Week from June 1 to 8. The...
  • Steinberg: Athletes must be role models

    Sports sections today read like the business section of the newspaper, or even worse the crime beat section. Since I have spent almost 40 years advocating the concept of athletes serving as role models and triggering imitative behavior, it is...
  • Mesa Musings: Listening to the old Pacific Coast League

    College football's bowl season is upon us, but it's time to talk a little Hot Stove League baseball. The year was 1957. I was 12 years old and a huge Mickey Mantle fan. We didn't have Major League Baseball in Southern California in those days. The...
  • Steinberg: Huge week for SoCal

    There is a theory that God created the concept of time so everything wouldn't happen at once, but the dizzying pace of announcements regarding the Southern California sports scene last week defied that principle. A series of events altered the...
  • CdM alums excited for gig

    CdM alums excited for gig
    The 2011-12 school year is the 50th anniversary for Corona del Mar High. The Sea Kings had a great fall season, winning a CIF section title in football and reaching the finals in boys' water polo, girls' volleyball and boys' and girls' cross country. It'...
  • 'Lunch with a legend'

    'Lunch with a legend'
    SANTA ANA — Leigh Steinberg's visit to Morton's The Steakhouse at the South Coast Plaza Village was billed as, "Lunch With A Legend." Steinberg, the renowned sports agent and Daily Pilot columnist, delivered a legendary-type shot while on 710...
  • Steinberg: Happy days are here again

    Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead! The (putative) King is Dead! The SoCal Baseball Empire Strikes Back! Notwithstanding what metaphor you are able to mangle, a better day is coming for Los Angeles Dodgers fans. The sad, twisted reign of Frank McCourt holding...
  • Mesa Musings: Vin Scully led me to college

    Vin Scully has begun his 63rd season as play-by-play broadcaster for the Dodgers. Incredible. The mellifluous 84-year-old Hall of Famer stands as baseball's most gifted raconteur — ever. He's been my hero since I was a kid. The Dodgers moved to...
  • Professor Steinberg ready to take you to school

    A letter came last week addressed to Professor Steinberg and I was about to write, "Return to Sender," when I realized with shock this Thursday afternoon kicks off a course in "Sports and Entertainment Law" that I've agreed to teach at UC Irvine's...