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  • Inventor delivers toy to child patients

    Inventor delivers toy to child patients
    Editor's note: This updates how to buy a Laffy Laffalot. ORANGE — Riding in an elevator with firefighter and Newport Beach inventor Steve Islava can be a load of laughs. He doesn't have to say a word. He just pushes a button on his latest...
  • My Pet World: Can jumping mean a dog is too dominant?

    Today, dog trainer and author Tamar Geller will take a stab at some of your questions. Geller has appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and "Today." Her latest book is "30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog: The Loved Dog Method" (Simon and Schuster/Gallery...
  • Kirby guilty in death of TapouT founder

    Kirby guilty in death of TapouT founder
    SANTA ANA — A Costa Mesa man was convicted of manslaughter Wednesday in a drunk-driving crash that killed mixed martial arts clothing icon Charles "Mask" Lewis. A Central Justice Center jury found Jeffrey David Kirby, 53, responsible for the March...
  • Woman hit by car crash debris dies

    COSTA MESA — A 23-year-old pedestrian has died of head injuries sustained when she was struck by debris from a car crash near South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa police confirmed Wednesday. Jessica Hoke, a recent UC Irvine graduate and Santa Ana...
  • Lobdell: Boat adds character to neighborhood

    Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of Julie Karges' last name. I once had a neighbor who made a living as a tree trimmer. And every so often, he would dig up an unwanted but valuable tree — usually some kind of palm — and plant it...
  • Local clinic chain to celebrate 40 years

    COSTA MESA — When she was a girl, Cynthia Stamper Graff willingly served as a guinea pig for her father's research into weight management. "He had us fasting every Monday," said Graff, chief executive of the Lindora Clinic, recalling how her dad,...
  • Case is back for Sea Kings

    For much of last season, Mason Case went to Corona del Mar High boys' soccer matches, even though he was not going to play. He supported teammates, while a brace supported his fractured back. Sitting for long periods was discomforting, yet Case showed...
  • Sailors show flashes

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Newport Harbor High girls' soccer team was on fire for the first few minutes of Thursday's Aliso Cup game. The Sailors were taking it to visiting Palos Verdes, creating several scoring opportunities. Coach Larry Draluck...
  • The Spa at Pelican Hill revamps fitness program

    Although celebrities aren't foreign to the five-star resort, Pelican Hill will now add another name to their resort that boasts A-list clientele. Unveiled this week, the resort's spa will begin their 2011 Balanced Wellness Program, which will be curated...
  • 'Eaters share credit

    IRVINE — There was so much good news to digest Friday night, UC Irvine men's basketball coach Russell Turner took a while to identify the most difficult part of his Anteaters' 83-68 nonconference win over Wyoming at the Bren Events Center. "It's...
  • It's A Gray Area: Are TSA procedures really making us safer?

    Last year, thousands and thousands of Americans at the airport lost at least 30 minutes of their lifetimes by standing in longer lines and complying with all of the TSA's increasingly laborious, invasive and time-consuming restrictions. Has anyone...
  • Manderino's juggling act

    Manderino's juggling act
    It's been such a chaotic week for Jocelyn Manderino. Ever since she was named Fountain Valley High girls' water polo coach last month, she's felt as if she's been playing catch-up. This past week, she could barely breathe with all the pressure and...