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  • Apodaca: How we eat is indeed frightening

    In keeping with the season, I'm going to tell a scary story. This isn't your typical dark-and-stormy-night tale of horror. It's about monsters lurking in our kids' lunch boxes, sinister snacks living in our pantries and nutrition-less ghouls masquerading...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    TUESDAY Green Clothes "Considered," an art exhibition of environmentally friendly clothes designed by students at the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, continues at Hurley's H Space Gallery, 1945 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa. The gallery is...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    Wednesday's Calendar
    WEDNESDAY Good Times Crown Cove MBK Senior Living, 3901 E. Coast Hwy., Corona del Mar, will have a happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m., featuring live music, tacos and margaritas. For information, call (949) 760-2800. 'Killing Kasztner' The Chabad Jewish...
  • Thursday's Calendar

    THURSDAY Book Signing Lynda Zussman signs copies of her book, "Throw Me the Rope: A Memoir of Loving Lauren," from 10 a.m. to noon at the Merage Jewish Community Center of Orange County, 1 Federation Way, Irvine. 'Patient 13' Vox Pop Films presents...
  • My Pet World: Author distressed about dog training

    Author Jennifer Arnold couldn't say it all in her first book, "Through a Dog's Eyes," so she wrote a second book, "In a Dog's Heart" (Spiegel and Grau, New York, NY, 2011; $25). In the new book, she focuses a lot on the connection we can develop with...
  • Mailbag: The Helm is a victim of lawsuit abuse

    The reforms the California Legislature put in place three years ago to mitigate the problems of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) abuse are not working (Re: "Costa Mesa Bar Sued in ADA Compliance Lawsuit," July 8). Despite the California Commission on...
  • Community Commentary: Lifeguards remain vital for Newport

    In an attempt to clear up her comments, Councilwoman Leslie Daigle managed to clear up only one thing (Community Commentary: Official clears up lifeguard services comments," April 22): She does not have any idea what the permanent lifeguards do for the...
  • My Pet World: Heroic dogs highlighted in online contest

    If you have a dog, there's no doubt your best friend is a hero to you. But some dogs' heroic exploits are downright amazing. Heroic canines and their accomplishments will be celebrated October 1 in Los Angeles at the American Humane Assn. Hero Dog Awards...
  • My Pet World: Don't choose 'Dr. Google' over a real vet

    ST. LOUIS — Sad news for our pets was announced at a press conference titled, "Houston, We Have a Problem," during the 2011 American Veterinary Medical Assn. Convention July 18. The problem has been a steady decline in our pets' health. "This...
  • YMCA program encourages exercise, nutrition

    COSTA MESA — Eight weeks ago, Nathalie Ayapantecatl struggled — along with about half of her peers — to run just one lap without stopping. It took hard work, but now the 8-year-old can run several laps. And after eight weeks of after-...
  • Judy Wells Stafford

    Judy Wells Stafford passed away November 26 at her home in Palm Desert, Calif. A native of Long Beach, Calif., Judy was raised in Billings, Mont., and later Boise, Idaho where she graduated from Borah High School in 1960.  She then moved with her...
  • On Theater: Two enduring shows offer comfort viewing

    Stretching stories around a number of already established songs from a single source isn't a particularly new approach. Over 50 years ago, Hollywood produced the Oscar-winning "An American in Paris" with all-George Gershwin music and created an enduring...