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  • 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'...
  • '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: Braun has work to do

    Consider the curious case of Ryan Braun, 2011 National League Most Valuable Player. He was found to have violated Major League Baseball's drug policy by testing positive for high levels of testosterone last year. The league disciplined him by...
  • Classically Trained: Gluzman provides spellbinding performance

    Vadim Gluzman kept the audience's attention with all the zeal of someone about to divulge the secrets of the universe. Our sensibilities were rapt by his virtuosity, our eyes transfixed by his technique. It really was that stunning. You just couldn't...
  • World View: 'Mille mercis!'

    Life has a way of coming around full circle. Switching on the car radio as I drove in the St. Patrick's Day rain, I overheard an NPR report about a newly restored "Napoleon," the 1927 silent film masterpiece by French filmmaker Abel Gance, which was...
  • Steinberg: NFL never rests

    So it is a weekend in March with "March Madness" having the equivalent of their semifinals for the NCAA men's basketball championships. Countless millions of folks across the country, some of whom never watch a college game, have filled out brackets...
  • Check It Out: Searching for democracy through books

    How do we come together to talk about things that matter to us all? On a foundation of thought-provoking books, California Reads provides a springboard for people in our community to think about and discuss ideas that are critical to life in our state....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • World View: My beloved Cards deal from the top of the deck

    I woke up Saturday morning from a fitful sleep. I should have slept soundly, but my body and mind hadn't yet absorbed a new reality: My beloved St. Louis Cardinals, an imperfect but tenacious bunch who embodied the spirit of team play, overcame a Mt....
  • 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...