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  • Faulkner: Soccer teams finding a will away

    Faulkner: Soccer teams finding a will away
    The fall semester is only a few weeks old, but already soccer players at local universities have experienced one of the great joys of collegiate life: an eventful road trip. The men's and women's teams at both UC Irvine and Vanguard came away with...
  • O.C. GOP boss defends role in 60th anniversary party

    The chairman of the Republican Party of Orange County told the O.C. Fair Board on Wednesday that his event management firm has "nothing to hide" when it comes to its contract with Costa Mesa's 60th anniversary party. Scott Baugh said he was responding...
  • Komers work together

    Komers work together
    Matt Komer doesn't hesitate when he talks about his wife, Jaime. He jumps at the question, asking about her style when it comes to working as a yoga instructor. "She is very inviting to all levels," Komer says of his wife. "She can work with young girls...
  • A rogue's gallery in one actor

    A rogue's gallery in one actor
    Brent Harris is an experienced bad guy — on stage, at least. Without tooting his own horn too much, the New York City actor said he is a peaceful sort who avoids confrontation and is opposed to violence. But directors don't necessarily see that....
  • Apodaca: Finding time to realize why we're so busy

    I'm not big on new year's resolutions but one thing I'm pretty much always resolving to do is manage my time better. Superior time management skills are considered essential in our fast-paced modern lives but few of us seem to be naturally gifted in...
  • An oasis for seniors

    An oasis for seniors
    At least three days a week, 82-year-old David Furnas heads to the gym. His destination is no Equinox, where the workout-obsessed flock to pump iron in tight shirts. Rather, Furnas exercises in a place where the members are more likely to sport gray hair...
  • Jogging for money, exercise and camaraderie

    Jogging for money, exercise and camaraderie
    Newport Elementary School's third annual jog-a-thon had students running to raise money for the school Wednesday morning against the picturesque backdrop of rolling waves crashing along the coastline. Principal Rich Rodriguez high-fived a group of...
  • Beautiful, draft two

    Beautiful, draft two
    It wasn't too long ago that Julia Schaeffer consumed only 300 calories a day. She also refused to spend time with anyone, gave up on sleep and skipped classes to make time for exercise. Dance to gym to rehearsals to work and back to the gym — that...
  • Readers share what they are grateful for

    Readers share what they are grateful for
    In honor of Thanksgiving, the Daily Pilot asked readers what are they thankful for. Below are their edited answers. As Thanksgiving approaches, what I am thankful for this year? Let me share and express my thanks: •I was breathing and, in...
  • Pastor Keith Page finds rebirth at The Loft

    Pastor Keith Page finds rebirth at The Loft
    Church opened on a Sunday morning in October with a Buffalo Springfield song. Glenn Parrish stood up and strummed a guitar; its finish was worn where he rests his elbow when he talks between songs. He danced, bending his lanky legs as he launched into...
  • Star power sheds light on autism

    Star power sheds light on autism
    Ed Asner was in the throes of a custody battle when a psychologist examining the family remarked that his son seemed to lack empathy. Two weeks later, doctors at UCLA's Center for Autism Research and Treatment revealed that Charles, then 7 or 8, was...
  • A vocal lesson for Rea, Pomona pupils

    A vocal lesson for Rea, Pomona pupils
    In a classroom full of elementary school students, a vocal instructor pointed at fifth-grader Bryan Agustin, who promptly opened his mouth and sang one word: tuba. His peers turned to look at him, eyes wide, and surprised by the beautiful sound that...