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  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week
    For those people who love white and orange kitties, Community Animal Network has several available. Happy (pictured) is a teenage kitten who was rescued from Disneyland and is seeking a home with someone who has another kitty who would like to play....
  • Harlan: Use data-driven process to determine planning needs

    While reading a Daily Pilot article ("Costa Mesa may fund new high school field," March 3) a few weeks ago about the city's proposal to fund a new running track and field at Costa Mesa High School, I was struck by the following comment: "At the end of the...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters trounce Hawks

    IRVINE — Students who attended the UC Irvine nonconference men's basketball home game Tuesday against NAIA representative San Diego Christian were presented with one complimentary Scantron answer sheet. The idea, presumably was that for the...
  • Apodaca: Boomers won't go gracefully

    This week I'm feeling the need to address a topic that weighs on me more with each passing day: I'm getting old. I've realized this because I no longer spend my weekends traipsing my kids to birthday parties with bounce houses and reptile shows. Instead,...
  • Registration open for Sprit Run

    Registration for the 30th Newport-Mesa Spirit Run is now open from anyone from toddlers to adults. The annual race supports local schools and encourages youth fitness. In the last two years, the event has raised more than $100,000 for the Newport-Mesa...
  • Commentary: 'Superfruits' don't have superpowers

    Just like fashion, foods have trends, especially when it comes to the promotion of good health. This is strange because we usually think of food being just food, nothing too special. However, our society has recently been on a health watch, and foods...
  • Apodaca: Organizer has loads of spirit for schools' run

    It's nearly impossible to say no to Diane Daruty. That, it turns out, is a very good thing. Daruty, a Newport Beach mom who has worked as a lawyer and certified public accountant, pretty much single-handedly rescued the Spirit Run from certain death....
  • Kids ready to run May 4

    A record number of students have signed up for Kids Run the OC, a youth fitness program organized around the ninth annual OC Marathon, organizers announced Tuesday. On May 4, the day of the marathon at the Orange County Fairgrounds, kids in the...
  • Foley plans weekly walks with public

    Foley plans weekly walks with public
    Residents who want the ear of a school board trustee and a little exercise at the same time will get their chance starting Friday. Newport-Mesa Unified School District board member Katrina Foley will host the first of her weekly walks with constituents....
  • Forging a new constitution

    UC Irvine law students will write a new constitution this weekend. Starting Friday, about 60 of them will attend the second annual Global Justice Summit and participate in a mock constitutional convention. By the end of the conference Saturday, the...
  • Commentary: Government shouldn't define 'church'

    Under pressure from religious and conservative groups, the Obama administration has offered another compromise on the issue of birth control coverage within the Affordable Care Act. While exempting churches and some religiously affiliated institutions...
  • Steinberg: Ugly truth about football

    I love the game of football. It is America's passion for a reason. Athletes learn invaluable life lessons from their participation in football at whatever level they participate. The ability to stay self-disciplined, put hard work ahead of immediate...