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  • From the Boathouse: Working to slim down mussels

    Ahoy! Good news for boaters is that the new fee increase for vessel registration has been delayed until next year, 2014. I first mentioned AB 2443, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed at the end of September, in my Oct. 5 tip of the week. "The law is to...
  • From the Boathouse: A season of lights

    Ahoy! Tis the season and the boat parades are underway in our local harbors and across the nation. For those living in southern Orange County, you have two more chances to see the 38th annual Dana Point Harbor Boat Parade of Lights. This year's theme is...
  • 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...
  • Harlan: Exploiting DUI call harms Costa Mesans

    Does anything more need to be said or written about the bizarre incident involving Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer and the 911 call alleging his erratic driving as he made his way home from Skosh Monahan's the evening of Aug. 22? Unfortunately,...
  • From The Boathouse: Follow rules to keep whales safe

    Ahoy! Labor Day has passed and officially the summer season is over, but is it really? As I have mentioned numerous times, I find fall one of the best times of the year to be on the water enjoying our Southern California weather. The crowds are thinning...
  • From The Boathouse: Onboard a cruise ship to the Last Frontier

    From The Boathouse: Onboard a cruise ship to the Last Frontier
    Ahoy from aboard the Princess Cruises' Star Princess while I am enjoying my radio station's Alaskan cruise this week. CRN Digital Talk Radio, which syndicates my "Boathouse Radio Show," is hosting a murder mystery cruise. My wife and I could not miss the...
  • Mailbag: Stop stealing campaign signs

    Stealing signs and banners is becoming a very popular activity during elections. These signs are not free; they have cost and value. All these candidates work very hard to expose their names to the public. Signs and banners are very important tools. To...
  • From The Boathouse: More stories from the Last Frontier

    From The Boathouse: More stories from the Last Frontier
    Ahoy! I have returned after cruising for a week aboard the Princess Cruises' Star Princess on my radio station's Alaskan cruise this week. As I mentioned last week, CRN Digital Talk Radio, which syndicates my "Boathouse Radio Show," hosted a murder...
  • From The Boathouse: Grab on to that lobster

    Ahoy! Great news that our local recreational lobster season begins Saturday, and I cannot wait to see lobsters being delivered on my doorstep. Yes, I do take bribes. Panulirus interruptus is the species of clawless lobster in our coastal waters, which...
  • From the Boathouse: A holiday harbor poem

    Ahoy! Ah, Christmas arrives Tuesday, and I cannot wait to see what Santa Claus has left under our tree. Once again, my updated my annual Christmas poem as I weigh anchor for Christmas: 'Twas the Day Before Christmas Upon Orange County's Harbor...
  • Kline students to quiz astronauts in space

    Kline students to quiz astronauts in space
    On Thursday, sixth-grader Brandon True will ask an astronaut orbiting Earth how he moves the International Space Station to dodge space junk. Eighth-grader Sergei Silcock will ask whether he’s made any accidental discoveries about space. And...
  • A Word, Please: Don't let the real world stifle your subjunctive mood

    Once upon a time, it was weird to drive alone in your car with your lips moving. In the dark days before Bluetooth technology, a jabbering jaw on a bouncing head meant a driver was singing along with the radio. But a moving mouth on a stationary noggin...