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  • Bright future might be set

    Bright future might be set
    Brian Thornton always thought that by age 26, he'd be immersed in the real world, making a name and a career for himself that had nothing to do with squeezing off sets. Instead, he finds himself starting for the U.S. national men's volleyball team in the...
  • The Crowd: Resident aims for $30,000 for cancer research by May

     The Crowd: Resident aims for $30,000 for cancer research by May
    This is a story about a legend and a young lady. Arguably the late John Wayne — or the "Duke," as locals still like to call him — lives on in memory with tremendous adoration in the hearts of locals who recall his formidable presence in the...
  • Everyone on their game

    It wasn't too hard to find Kevin Connolly among a handful of NHL players at Sutra in Costa Mesa Saturday night. He was the shortest, but he was also the most prominent celebrity during a charity benefit for Talk About Curing Autism. The actor, best known...
  • On Theater: New SCR season blends classics, premieres

    South Coast Repertory will begin its first season under new artistic director Marc Masterson with a trip back in time with Jane Austen followed by the world premiere of a modern drama set in the American Midwest. The Costa Mesa professional theater's...
  • Dr. John Paul Evers Jr.

    Dr. John Paul Evers Jr., 67, passed away suddenly June 26, 2011.  A Palmer chiropractor for 35 years, 25 with his late father, John Sr. and mother, Genevieve,  his office nurse.  John leaves a legacy of caring for his family, friends, past patients, he...
  • Check It Out: So you can get to sleep

    Do you struggle with insomnia? Getting a good night's sleep is essential for optimum health. The long-term consequences of untreated sleep disorders include heart disease, stroke, obesity and other serious medical conditions. Learn more about how...
  • Bella as strong as ever

    Newport Harbor was the best softball team in the Newport-Mesa area this year. With her impressive statistics and leadership, my conclusion was that the Sailors' sophomore catcher, Bella Secaira, was the best player. I called her cell phone a few weeks...
  • Corona del Mar Today: New pet shop opens in CdM

    Puppies playing in a furry pile under contemporary baubled chandeliers, oversized pillows in trendy grays and blues, scented products for not-so-pleasant pet situations, faux punk rock outfits for the canine members of your family — the newest...
  • Two new projects opening

    The Orange County Great Park on Saturday will officially open a multi-purpose field for soccer, football and other sports, as well as an arts complex. The North Lawn and the Palm Court Arts Complex will open during an event marking the park's sixth...
  • Kayaking for kids' cause

    Kayaking for kids' cause
    COSTA MESA — Two local schoolteachers will attempt to paddle their way from Catalina Island to Newport Harbor for the second time to raise money for arts education. On July 16, two Paularino Elementary School teachers plan to make the 26-mile sea...
  • License your dog at free clinic

    A free dog licensing clinic is scheduled for Friday and Saturday for those who are registering their dogs late or for the first time, according to police. Rabies vaccination and microchip services will also be available, with microchipping being provided...
  • The Harbor Report: Some perspectives on the boat market

    Whenever I start up a conversation with someone from around the harbor, the first question I am normally asked is, "How is the boat market?" Early in 2011, it's looking like we are coming off the starting line in good shape. While attending the...