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  • Mailbag: Fourth of July rattles Costa Mesa resident

    It is nearly midnight on the Fourth of July in West Costa Mesa and the illegal fireworks have been exploding since midmorning. The huge booms and rattles of firecrackers are punctuated by errant bottle rockets that land around my neighborhood. The...
  • From The Boathouse: Join me on cruise to Alaska

    Ahoy! Wondering what to do in September after the summer ends? Then join me on a post-summer cruise to Alaska for a week of great food and helping to solve a murder mystery. CRN, the station that syndicates my radio show, is giving listeners a chance to...
  • Mesa Musings: Ali inspires my fight with Parkinson's

    Several nights ago I dreamed I met heavyweight boxing champ and cultural icon, Muhammad Ali. He turned 70 last week. Though I've been a fan for decades, I confess I've never dreamed of him before. The setting was a surreal, red carpet-like environment,...
  • Youmans: Heading to Hollywood

    Youmans: Heading to Hollywood
    At age 9, I watched with wide eyes as"American Idol"debuted on national television in 2002. I never imagined that 10 years later I would receive my very own golden ticket to Hollywood. After my debut appearance in the Season 11 premiere, which showed...
  • Steinberg: My Super Bowl memories

    Super Bowl week is a convention of Americana. It has transcended the narrow genre of football to become a gathering place for corporate, media, entertainment and political figures who will descend on Indianapolis this week. The general rule is that if...
  • Lecture season launches

    NEWPORT BEACH — Some people in the audience gasped as the aerial photo flashed on the screen at the front of the room. They were reacting in wonderment as a color shot came up of the so-called "Loop," a section of the Green River that snakes...
  • Mailbag: Rumors spread as fact quickly online

    I'm sorry. Sometimes I just don't care what's been said. Growing up, my two brothers and I got into our fair share of trouble — occasionally, when deserved, to be corrected by a well-placed persimmon switch or dad's belt. Word spread quickly over...
  • KOCI shuts down show

    A Costa Mesa radio station shut down its weekly program on medical marijuana Sunday amid concerns that the show's host presented a one-sided view on a contentious topic, representatives said. Not long before it was to air, the nonprofit KOCI 101.5 FM...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Monahan supports regulation of city's pot collectives

    Monahan supports regulation of city's pot collectives
    COSTA MESA — Mayor Gary Monahan wants to legalize marijuana dispensaries in the city. Speaking with retired U.S. Army veteran Robert Martinez on KOCI radio's "Cannabis Community" show Sunday morning, which was broadcast from his bar, Skosh Monahan'...