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  • Shop for a good cause

    Ready, set, shop! Local volunteers and philanthropists are hoping for a dazzling turnout at this year's Christmas Co. extravaganza, themed "A Home-Cooked Holiday." It's the Newport Beach-based Junior League of Orange County, California Inc.'s largest...
  • Fitness club reveals transformed workout studio

    Renaissance ClubSport has unveiled its new mixed martial arts, boxing and cross-fit training studio equipment. The club, located at 50 Enterprise in Aliso Viejo, recognizes that their members are actively seeking new and exciting ways to train,...
  • 24 Hour Fitness Super Sport opens Saturday

    COSTA MESA — Triangle Square's latest addition, 24 Hour Fitness Super Sport, is slated to open Saturday morning. Employees will be offering free tours, and guests will be able to try out the club on the first day for free. The 60,000-square-foot...
  • Seniors socialize at expo

    CORONA DEL MAR — The Oasis Evelyn Hart Event Center was transformed into a shopping mecca for senior needs and resources Wednesday morning with more than 50 participating local vendors. The Oasis Senior Resources Expo, the first event of its kind...
  • Steinberg: Riding the soccer craze

    No sooner had I written a column for last week's Daily Pilot analyzing why soccer is the first sport that every youngster in this country plays yet it doesn't translate toward a high level of interest in pro soccer, then the U.S. women's team goes out and...
  • Community Commentary: Move more, eat less is a good mantra to have

    First of two parts. "Simplify, simplify," — Henry David Thoreau We have a national epidemic of overweight people and obesity, now affecting two-thirds of adults and one-third of children. For the first time in modern history, life expectancy is...
  • Community Commentary: The tape measure doesn't lie

    Second of two parts. The following are a few strategic pearls for maintaining a healthy body size, distilled from thousands of hours of clinical conversations and training: Privately, put on tight clothes from your past and look in the mirror. Give away...
  • IVC faces another challenging season

    "It isn't whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game" is an old sports adage, maybe outdated in today's "win-at-all-costs" era. But at Irvine Valley College, women's soccer Coach Simon Davies is old school. He has to be. The Lasers play in...
  • Salo has his teams in fast lane

    Dave Salo is right where he belongs. Right now, it's Japan, and later this week it'll be Shanghai, China for the 2011 FINA World Swimming Championships. In a couple weeks when the world championships are over, he'll be back home in Southern California,...
  • Health Walk strolls into town Sunday

    Like thousands of young Americans, Irvine resident Samir Jaka never thought that a heart attack could happen to him. When the 30-year-old collapsed during an afternoon basketball game with friends in April 2010 at Lemongrass Park in Irvine, the pain...
  • Friday's Calendar

    Friday's Calendar FRIDAY Flashback Heart Attack Flashback Heart Attack, an 1980s KROQ cover band, will perform at 9 p.m. at the Harp Inn, 130 E. 17th St., Costa Mesa. The show is 21 and older only and cover is $5. For more information, visit http://...
  • Mesa Musings: Football is the tie that binds friends

    A couple of Saturdays ago, I took an early-morning stroll through the Orange Coast College campus. As I usually do, I concluded my routine walk with a few laps around the OCC track. About 75 troopers from Costa Mesa's Army reserve unit were on the track...