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  • City Life: It's in the school district's DNA to resist change

    One Newport-Mesa Unified school board member said this about the underperforming schools on Costa Mesa's Westside: "We can't just accept those scores. We have to help those kids improve. We need to do something about it. We need to see all our scores in...
  • Learn about the 'teenage mind' at Sage Hill forum

    Sage Hill School, in partnership with the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, is hosting "The Teenage Mind: What Every Parent Needs to Know" at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 on campus, 20402 Newport Coast Drive. "Sage Hill School is pleased to welcome the Brain &...
  • Community Commentary: Plastic surgery may hide the pain inside

    At what price is beauty? One of science fiction's most enduring themes involves a future world where everyone looks perfect but no one is happy. One old "Twilight Zone" episode involves a young woman refusing to select the "model" body in which she'll...
  • Cyclists ride for cancer

    COSTA MESA — Cycling with a mustache doesn't make you ride any faster, but it does garner a lot of awesome looks. And, with temperatures expected to be in the mid-40s, the extra facial protection may ward off frozen upper lips for a group of five...
  • Former Harbor volleyball star Liz Lord dies of cancer

    Former Harbor volleyball star Liz Lord dies of cancer
    When the Newport Beach and Orange County volleyball communities learned of Liz Lord's harsh diagnosis of brain cancer, they came together to help and support the former Newport Harbor High standout. Now those people are mourning for her. Lord died...
  • The Crowd: Newport CEO honored for military reserve service

     The Crowd: Newport CEO honored for military reserve service
    Newport Beach resident Mike Talbot, Universal Space Lines LLC president and chief executive, as a California State Military Reserve major received the California Medal of Merit presented by Col. Marc Breslow, Regional Support Command South commander....
  • A sobering last call for alcoholic

    A sobering last call for alcoholic
    The numbers are mind-boggling. About 520 arrests in Newport Beach. At least 277 cases filed against him by prosecutors in Orange County. Plus an unknown amount in Hawaii, Los Angeles or any of the other places he landed after a stint in jail or rehab....
  • On Theater: Voice of Ol' Blue Eyes is star of this show

    On Theater: Voice of Ol' Blue Eyes is star of this show
    The real star of "Come Fly Away," now enjoying an abbreviated engagement at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts is an entertainer who's been singing with the angels for the past 14 years. The voice of Frank Sinatra — along with the dynamic, R-...
  • D.A. files murder charges in wrong-way crash

    D.A. files murder charges in wrong-way crash
    Authorities charged a Pomona man Friday with murder after prosecutors alleged that a night of drinking that started in Newport Beach ended with a fatal head-on collision on a freeway in Anaheim. Ruben Gurrola, 23, is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in...
  • Righeimer leads in campaign fundraising

    Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer's campaign committee raised more than $35,000 in 2011, with about $11,000 coming in a single fundraiser in December, financial disclosure forms show. The disclosures, which were released last week, show Righeimer...
  • On Faith: On not being religious but spiritual

    In my work in the interfaith community over nearly 30 years, whenever the subject of religion has come up, I've often heard this comment: "Well, I am not religious, but I am spiritual." My immediate reaction was to wonder what the speaker meant by that....
  • Lemmon, Pyle help programs

    Guy Lemmon created the Ryan Lemmon Foundation 16 years ago to "enhance" high school baseball. Now, he's trying to save it. Lemmon, an Irvine resident, believes high school baseball and other high school sports face being eliminated because of a lack of...