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  • Allen gives back [corrected]

    A key aspect to the Toshiba Classic is money raised for charity. That is certainly the case during the 18th annual Toshiba Classic at Newport Beach Country Club this week. The charity hits home for Michael Allen, who has had a nice start this year on the...
  • Missing woman found in Tijuana

    Missing woman found in Tijuana
    An elderly Irvine woman reported missing and who was suffering from the onset of dementia has been found in Tijuana. She is reported to be OK, police said Tuesday. Police and relatives of Rosalie Delite Smith, 84, said Smith first reported being lost in...
  • Pet Of The Week

    Community Animal Network maintains many cats' vet treatments and medication through our "life program." This pro-quality life program encourages people to adopt those animals with special needs while removing the customary fear of "adopting a vet bill."...
  • Debut on a 'Highwire'

    NEWPORT COAST— The struggles with balancing a budding music career while having a chronic health condition — on top of the rigors of high school — are found in the title and lyrics of a Newport Beach singer-songwriter's debut album....
  • Mother's worst nightmare turns to hope

    Mother's worst nightmare turns to hope
    Five years ago this month, my second son, Tristan, started to complain that his vision had gotten blurry. I also had noticed he was gulping down everything in sight, and he seemed to be urinating constantly. The day before Thanksgiving, I took Tristan,...
  • My Pet World: The cat, dog 'who's more intelligent' debate rages on

    Q: Don't you think it's about time you just came out and told the truth — that cats are smarter than dogs? -- H.J., New York City A: Defining intelligence between species is challenging. (I can hear you now: "He's copping out.") Well, maybe I am. I...
  • Celebrating Orange County style

    Celebrating Orange County style
    NEWPORT COAST — There were women in cutting-edge evening and cocktail dresses and sky-high stilettos. There were gentlemen looking razor sharp in suits. They stood chatting in a lavish 14,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom mansion at 9 Beachcrest...
  • Fried indulgences

    Fried indulgences
    COSTA MESA — The way Jim Volz sees it, it's either in the genes or it isn't. It's all one big roll of the familial dice. High cholesterol runs in his family. Even though his mother ate well all her life, she has to take pills for it. So on...
  • Mailbag: Why show off poor eating decisions?

    Have you no shame? A front page photo shows a diabetic, and the article talks about a man with high cholesterol at the fair ("Deep-fried indulgences," July 22). Do you want to kill off your readers? That's what these men are doing to themselves. Do they...
  • My Pet World: Do our pets need holiday presents, too?

    Q: My husband lost his corporate job six months ago, and his prospects have not improved. I was a stay-at-home mom who went back to work part time. We have three kids (ages 5 to 11) and three dogs (two Labs and a Lab/golden retriever-mix). We've always...
  • My Pet World: Can puppies recognize their puppy brothers, sisters?

    Q: We bought our 8-year-old dog, Callie, from a local family, and we're still in touch. I've often wondered if Callie would recognize a sibling. Is this possible? — J.K., Cyberspace A: All these years later, the chance your dog would recognize a...
  • Doctor: 'Her story is inspirational'

    While most people don't like to talk about inflammatory bowel disease — it's not exactly coffee chatter — Jennifer Martin is happy discussing how her surgery to treat it saved her life. In April 2009, the 27-year-old Costa Mesa resident was...