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  • The Crowd: Cuban-themed gala nets $1.1M for cancer

    The Crowd: Cuban-themed gala nets $1.1M for cancer
    It was arguably the most personal charitable event on the Orange Coast so far this season. The Diamond and Pearl Ball benefiting the Beckstrand Cancer Foundation was an evening of heartfelt anecdotes of survival infused with life-affirming...
  • Check It Out: Kick it up a notch with holiday cooking

    As autumn's shorter days and longer nights provide us with cool weather, more of us will be spending time indoors. With the holidays approaching and the cooking and baking season upon us, the Food Network on television is a popular destination for recipes...
  • The God Squad: How do we make those final choices?

    Q: I enjoy reading your column every Saturday. I'd appreciate your opinion on the following: My wife and I are in our early 50s and coping with ill parents. We also see many other elderly people with a wide array of health problems. Modern medicine is...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Students make sugar skulls

    Corona del Mar Today: Students make sugar skulls
    With just a few days before Día de los Muertos, Spanish-language students spent Thursday turning a Corona del Mar High School classroom into a veritable sugar skull factory. "You take the sugar mixture," said Ethan Wu, a first-year student, as he...
  • Cunningham comes back

    Cunningham comes back
    Mark Cunningham has been the head football coach at University High for 25 years. A quarter century of battles on the gridiron are miniscule in comparison to his battle to stay alive. Cunningham was diagnosed with throat cancer, which caused him to take a...
  • Nonprofit CEO hired for new position

    COSTA MESA — Jeanne Flint, executive director and chief executive officer for the Costa Mesa-based nonprofit Women Helping Women, has been hired as Providence Speech and Hearing Center's new chief development officer. Flint had held her position at...
  • Pet Of The Week

    Community Animal Network maintains many cats' vet treatments and medication through our "life program." This pro-quality life program encourages people to adopt those animals with special needs while removing the customary fear of "adopting a vet bill."...
  • My Pet World: Greatest hits of reader questions

    After 15 years of writing this column, I've answered more than 3,100 questions from readers. It's impossible to choose a favorite, but I have managed to select a few of the more unusual questions from the archives: Q: When Harley the hedgehog is in bed...
  • Enhancing quality of life for the elderly

    COSTA MESA — The annual SAGE awards, which recognize people, projects and programs that have enhanced the quality of life for the elderly, will be held Thursday at the Turnip Rose, Grand Newport Plaza. The awards presented by the 50+ Housing...
  • Spa & Fitness Club, CPK close

    COSTA MESA — The Spa & Fitness Club, a fixture at South Coast Plaza for nearly 20 years, has closed its doors. Patrons had three days to pick up personal belongings and clean out their lockers, according to the spa, which formally closed Jan. 24....
  • SPINning for 21 years

    COSTA MESA — Local nonprofit Serving People In Need will celebrate 21 years of serving Orange County's homeless families and working poor this weekend. Since the inception of SPIN, 74,000 families and individuals have received a second chance at...
  • Free food for teachers, students at Zov's

    Starting Monday, Newport Coast Elementary students have one more thing to work for: free food. Zov Karamardian, the owner of Zov's Restaurants, came up with the idea of "A to Zov," a new program that rewards students for good behavior with free meals...