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  • Steinberg: Injuries galore in NFL

    Every year at this time the casualty reports from NFL training camps are filled with carnage. So far, Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta, Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, Jets defensive back Aaron Berry, Dolphins wide receiver Armon Binns and Broncos...
  • The God Squad: Go public, but apolitically, with your charity

    Q: What is your view on politics and the church? Our church held a special service recently to rally and support church members planning to attend a political protest at our state legislature. They will protest new or proposed laws they view as hurting...
  • UCI Men's Soccer Preview: Don't call it a comeback

    UCI Men's Soccer Preview: Don't call it a comeback
    The nick of time was unkind to the UC Irvine men's soccer team last season. But a closer look at the average time of the winning goal in the Anteaters' 10 one-goal defeats — the 91st minute including five overtime goals — indicates that it...
  • Virgen: Speakers make impact

    It can be long day for high school football players going through what many refer to as, "hellweek." At Costa Mesa High, the Mustangs begin at 8 a.m. and they go home at 6 p.m. They have lunch at the school. Their two-a-days could become boring during...
  • Apodaca: Respect, kindness will do more than banning word 'fat'

    A lot of nonsense gets spewed around the blogosphere and on TV "news" shows, where talking heads have lots of air space to fill with mindless blather. Controversies are manufactured and outrage is overplayed to manipulate audiences. That makes it easy...
  • Women's Tennis: Maran retires after 36 Stagg-ering years at OCC

    Janice Maran graduated from Stockton's Amos Alonzo Stagg High in 1969. At the time, she had no way of knowing that she would, in another sport, eclipse many of the achievements earned by one of college football's most influential coaches, despite coaching...
  • Former 'Eater chases NBA dream

    Former 'Eater chases NBA dream
    The voice in Jonas Lalehzadeh's soul blares at public-address volume, announcing daringly, almost defiantly, his status as an NBA starter. "From Irrrr-vine and I-rrran, a 6-foot-5 guard ..." It is the kind of thing a little boy dreams, before he is...
  • Boys' Tennis: Adamson having big year for CdM

    Boys' Tennis: Adamson having big year for CdM
    Respect is something that has to be earned on the tennis court. Anyone who was at the Corona del Mar High boys' tennis home match against University on March 19 had to come away with respect for CdM senior Alec Adamson. When Adamson came to CdM before...
  • Split council funds Fairview Park lights

    The eleventh-hour debate Tuesday about Costa Mesa's budget largely focused on a single line item: lighting for parking lots in and around Fairview Park. The council unanimously approved the $132.3-million budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year. A $650,000...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa is great for small businesses

    The purpose of this letter is to describe our excitement and reasoning for choosing the city of Costa Mesa as the location to open our new chiropractic practice. Both doctors in our office graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis. Not...
  • Check It Out: Readers, come on, get happy

    Happiness — it's a quality we are all looking to find and keep. Although no one is happy all the time, some people appear to feel more fulfilled than others. Being happy with yourself isn't so much about pursuing it, but finding things that you...
  • On Theater: 'Parisian' a scathing French farce

    On Theater: 'Parisian' a scathing French farce
    The roiling snake pit that is Washington politics writhes and hisses with unexpected comical fervor in "The Parisian Woman," a provocative new play by Beau Willimon now receiving its world premiere at South Coast Repertory. Seldom does pure dialogue...