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  • Pirates pack one-two punch with Brennan and Yuhl

    Pirates pack one-two punch with Brennan and Yuhl
    Their eye-popping stats are close to identical, but their attributes and stories are as dissimilar as a bloop and a blast. Together, they comprise one of the two best one-two starting pitching combinations in California. But when taken individually, they...
  • Costa Mesa school gets gold medal for fun

    Costa Mesa school gets gold medal for fun
    While London prepares to host the summer Olympics, Adams Elementary School students competed in their own version — only no one walked away with a medal Friday. Instead, everyone walked away with ideas for fun physical activities and a taste of new...
  • Corona del Mar Today: City saves holiday weekend beach concessions with food trucks

    The Big Corona Beach concessions stand won't be open by Memorial Day weekend as planned, but city staff scrambled and arranged for Wahoo's food trucks to be on hand from Saturday through Monday. Wahoo's owners, who also own the Rooster Cafe in Costa...
  • Body Design in Newport hosts 'fitness vacations'

    Body Design in Newport hosts 'fitness vacations'
    When Body Design member Gail Ossipoff was looking for a vacation to better her mind and body, she scoured international destinations for that perfect combination of sandy beaches, lavish restaurants, luxurious accommodations and her beloved Pilates...
  • Aerial fitness company celebrates its first year

    Aerial fitness company celebrates its first year
    When was the last time you hung upside down like a child — and laughed like one? That's the question Doug Schulein poses to those curious enough to ask about what it's like to try aerial arts — those gravity-defying acts of grace and strength...
  • Local Boys & Girls Club gets money for health program

    The Boys & Girls Club of the Harbor Area has been awarded a $10,000 start-up grant from the Anthem Blue Cross Foundation. The money will go toward Triple Play, a program to help children exercise, eat healthier foods and feel better about themselves by...
  • Mailbag: Republicans are too out of touch

    While I vehemently disagree with R. Claire Friend regarding the Wisconsin recall, I respect her right to exercise her freedom of speech ("Wisconsin recall election," June 15). Having said that, I would respectfully ask her to save her history lessons,...
  • Casagrande: Typos take away a piece of our dignity

    Does a presidential candidate who misspells "America" love it any less than the guy whose campaign gets all the letters in the right order? Is he less fit to lead if his Facebook page mentions "offical gear" when it means official gear? Would the typo...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View students hold annual Field Day

    Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View students hold annual Field Day
    Harbor View Elementary School students marked the last Wednesday of school with their annual Field Day — a series of competitive but friendly games and races. "I really think it's fun," said fifth-grader Chris King as he finished hula-hooping and...
  • Museum to honor art history author with award

    Museum to honor art history author with award
    Renaissance woman and Newport Beach resident Ruth Westphal, 80, is a self-titled, life-long "gallery hopper." Though her professional trajectory placed her in a teaching career and at the helm of her own successful business, her passion for art has...
  • Commentary: Questions about the proposed charter

    Re. "Commentary: Charter frees Costa Mesa from the state," (Sept. 19): If only! If only the proposed charter were limited to the matters Councilman Gary Monahan writes about, Costa Mesa residents would not be so outraged about it. There is much in the...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Rethinking the library

    In the past year or so, in libraries across the country, you could have listened to a barbershop quartet, taken a class on English as a second language, learned needlepoint, had a sandwich and a cup of coffee, taken a yoga or Zumba class, attended a...