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  • Making strides — literally

    Making strides — literally
    NEWPORT BEACH — Give him a blueprint, and he says he can read it lickety split. Give him a book, however, and that's a different story. But Claude Bonham, 56, is trying. The Costa Mesa resident was singled out and honored Thursday by the...
  • Driving for zero

    Driving for zero
    Each September she's a familiar sight at the Orange County Fairgrounds, whizzing by in a golf cart saturated in patriotic bling, while inspecting men's arms for a telltale bandage or cotton ball. For Orange County resident and Cruisin' for a Cure...
  • The Harbor Report: Paddling for a good cause

    This is my 15th week writing the Pilot's harbor column, and I would like to thank you for all of your encouraging e-mails and in-person comments about how much you like my fresh approach to reporting on our magnificent harbor. Yes, you have it right. It'...
  • Corona del Mar still owns bay

    CORONA DEL MAR — The Corona del Mar High girls' tennis team is down three courts this fall, as construction has left the Sea Kings with just five on-campus courts. On Thursday afternoon, the Sea Kings were also down a player. It happened to be...
  • Giving hope by the glass

    Giving hope by the glass
    OneHope, a nonprofit wine company based in Newport Beach, recently announced a new partnership with Robert Mondavi Jr. of the renowned wine-making family. Until the partnership with Mondavi, OneHope was working with David Elliott, formerly of the...
  • Corona del Mar Today

    Corona del Mar Today
    Corona del Mar Car Show a 'huge success' Amid dozens of rare and expensive automobiles on display lat weekend at the Coastline Car Classic at Big Corona State Beach, one vehicle had visitors contemplating selling their homes in order to afford the...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Physical therapy: pain, gain, some tears

    "I Am Joe's Aorta"; "I Am Joe's Brain." Remember those? If this is your first rodeo, you don't. If it isn't you do. It was a series of articles in Reader's Digest years ago in which a different body part each month would tell you what function they...
  • Smoking ban would include open spaces

    Those who can remember smoking sections in restaurants should know where to stake out turf in Newport Beach parks. That's if the city approves newly proposed smoking restrictions that would ban smoking in parks and open spaces. Already, smokers are...
  • Have old, unwanted pills? Police will dispose of them

    On Saturday, Sept. 25, Irvine police will be accepting expired, unwanted or unneeded medicine from the public as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., police will accept them in the police department parking lot at One...
  • Hoag Irvine helping with job creation

    IRVINE — Though much was made of the medical care when Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian opened its Irvine campus this month, city leaders lauded another aspect of the new center: jobs. Hoag's opening provided a different kind of shot in the arm...
  • Facelift, new spa sought for aging country club

    Proposed renovations at the Newport Beach Country Club include a "boutique hotel" and spa open to non-members, as well as improvements to aging golf and tennis facilities. Property owner Golf Realty Fund aims to reduce the tennis courts from 24 to 10,...
  • Six still in hospital after accident

    Six people remained in the hospital Wednesday — at least a few of them in critical condition — more than a day after a three-car crash south of Bishop killed three people, including a former Corona del Mar High School cheerleading coach....