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  • Doctor takes own medicine

    Doctor takes own medicine
    Dr. Robert Gorab rolls out of bed just after 5 a.m. before strapping on his helmet and hopping on his vintage jet-black bike to start his 10-mile trek to work. Every Tuesday and Thursday, the Newport Beach resident goes through the same routine —...
  • Olympics: Mikulak, U.S. men fall short

    Olympics: Mikulak, U.S. men fall short
    Corona del Mar High product Sam Mikulak and the other four members of the United States Olympic team finished a disappointing fifth in the men's gymnastics team final contested Monday in London. The Americans were plagued by mistakes on the pommel...
  • SOY sends out a distress call

    SOY sends out a distress call
    No one in Juan Miguel's family had ever gone to college, but he knew he would. He just needed outside help with learning how to apply and which classes to take to get into college. As a sophomore at Estancia High School, he joined the academic program at...
  • Study: Newport ranks high in prenatal care, low birth weights

    Newport Beach women rank No. 1 in Orange County when it comes to obtaining prenatal care, but also rank highest for low birth weights, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency report. The study found that 96.2% of Newport Beach women received...
  • UC Irvine graduate, 'Survivor' winner releases new album

     UC Irvine graduate, 'Survivor' winner releases new album
    SANTA MONICA — Aras Baskauskas concentrated on his cocophoria sandwich before talking about his new solo album, "The Tree and the River." "I need to get better at talking and chewing at the same time," the UC Irvine alumnus and "Survivor" winner...
  • Mesa Musings: A mani-pedi tale for men

    My wife and I have been retired from our respective professions for nearly four years. I'd wager that Hedy and I have seen more of each other over the last 48 months than we did the previous 396 months of our 37-year marriage. If I didn't know better, I'...
  • Commentary: Help me celebrate my late son's life

    My son, Kevin McRoberts, who always considered himself a "Costa Mesa boy," died of cardiac arrest in his sleep on Aug. 19, 2010. As the second anniversary of his death, or "un-birthday," is this weekend, I wanted to reflect on who he was. Kevin lived by...
  • BYU finishes off UCI

    BYU finishes off UCI
    IRVINE — The start to the UC Irvine women's soccer season was all about finishes Friday night. Two finishes really, the latter proving more unkind for the Anteaters than the one that completed regulation. The host Anteaters scored with 44...
  • Steinberg: Strides being made in preventing serious injuries in sports

    The most troubling aspect of representing professional athletes is the carnage sports like football take on every joint in the human body. In the days when I represented half of the starting quarterbacks and many of the major stars in the NFL, every...
  • Meaning in CdM triumph

    COSTA MESA — A special meaning was at the forefront of a nonleague boys' volleyball match Tuesday, between Corona del Mar High and Edison at Orange Coast College. While the Sea Kings defeated the Chargers in three straight sets, 25-17, 25-9, 25-13,...
  • Steinberg: Football, and other contact sports, need to be rethought

    In previous columns, I suggested that the increased size, speed and strength of today's NFL players are creating a dramatically more damaging set of collisions. We have known for years of the devastation these collisions cause on every joint in the human...
  • We run 'a different offense' in Costa Mesa

    We run 'a different offense' in Costa Mesa
    Third in a series about Costa Mesa's political battle. * For him, local politics is like the Cold War. Costa Mesa City Councilman Steve Mensinger equates the City Council with the Reagan administration and the public employee associations with the USSR....