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  • Lobdell: How about some Triangle offense?

    I've always rooted for Triangle Square in Costa Mesa, which over the years has been similar to rooting for the Los Angeles Clippers. So much potential, so little to show for it. Since it opened in 1992 as the centerpiece of the city's downtown...
  • A run for their sacrifices

    A run for their sacrifices
    COSTA MESA — The city's young and old, and generations in between, took time Thursday to honor the men and women who have served in the American armed forces. On one side of town, the Orange Coast College Student Veterans Group staged its first...
  • For cancer support, the brave give locks

    For cancer support, the brave give locks
    It had all the atmosphere of a public execution straight out of a black-and-white Western. At high noon Friday, nearly a dozen teachers and coaches from Corona del Mar High School, draped in black protective shawls, turned to face their tormentors: hair...
  • The God Squad: Medical ethics issue sparks questions

    Q: I have a question regarding prolonging life. My mom had a stroke and the doctor insisted she'd have pain without a feeding tube. I don't believe this is true. In any case, do I have a moral obligation to have a feeding tube inserted when there's no...
  • Ruby's checks to help autistic children

    Want to spread some holiday cheer? Enjoy a burger — and for a good cause — by participating in Talk About Curing Autism's Adopt-A-Family fundraiser with Ruby's Diner. From Nov. 18 to 21, seven Ruby's locations in Orange County, including...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View celebrates Veterans Day

    Harbor View Elementary School students honored veterans Tuesday in an assembly that included songs, stories and tributes to men and women who have served and are serving the United States of America. "We want you to understand," said Stan Jones, who...
  • It's A Gray Area: It always comes back to values

    After the recent election was over, one of my friends confided to me that in the final analysis that he was unable to vote in favor of Proposition 19, which would have treated marijuana like alcohol for adults. The reason was that marijuana is harmful,...
  • On Faith: The hazards of living in a religious world

    Sometimes I wonder what the world would be like if man had never invented religion nor needed a god to believe in. Some think that societies would simply fall apart with no religion to guide them. As it looks from my point of view, religion divides much...
  • Trojans handle UCI

    LOS ANGELES — First-year UC Irvine men's basketball coach Russ Turner has openly acknowledged the deficits his team possesses. All it took to measure the shortcoming that proved most costly for the Anteaters in Saturday's 62-49 nonconference...
  • Police: Father fatally ran over his toddler

    COSTA MESA — A 32-year-old father unintentionally ran over and killed his 23-month-old son with his truck on the city's Westside, police said Monday. Armando Medina went to move his 2007 Chevrolet Silverado, which was parked on the street, about...
  • Debut on a 'Highwire'

    NEWPORT COAST— The struggles with balancing a budding music career while having a chronic health condition — on top of the rigors of high school — are found in the title and lyrics of a Newport Beach singer-songwriter's debut album....
  • Upscale 24 Hour Fitness approved for Triangle Square

    COSTA MESA — The Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved plans to build an upscale gym at Triangle Square, a step that the shopping center's new owners hope will get the once-thriving center back in shape. But the approval wasn't...