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  • Community Commentary: Official clears up lifeguard services comments

    The comments attributed to me in a recent article concerning beach safety were not exactly in the correct context ("Off-Season Lifeguards may be Reduced," April 18). I was asked about service levels during prolonged periods of times at the beach. There...
  • Can we delay Alzheimer's?

    NEWPORT BEACH — For the first time in decades, doctors believe that early diagnosis may help delay the onset of Alzheimer's Disease in some patients, local health experts said. The change was brought on by this week's announcement that the National...
  • Enduring the pain for those in need

    Enduring the pain for those in need
    Last November, the story of a Marine who ran from Florida to Texas carrying the American flag to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project touched me. The WWP is a nonprofit that helps physically and psychologically injured soldiers readjust to...
  • Racing for fun, charity

    Locals are stretching their muscles and lacing up their running shoes in preparation for the seventh annual O.C. Marathon Sunday. The weekend kicked off Friday with the opening of the Active Lifestyle Expo, which also runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m....
  • Run toward fitness

    Run toward fitness
    COSTA MESA — Watch out marathon runners, the next generation of competitors is rounding the bend. As preview for what was in store the next day, about 2,000 kids 6 and younger participated in the Kids Run the OC event at the Orange County...
  • Jewish group backs Rackauckas

    A leading Los Angeles Jewish rights organization on Tuesday came out in support of the Orange County district attorney's decision to file criminal charges against 11 students who interrupted a speech by the Israeli ambassador to the United States. In a...
  • On Theater: 'The Book of Liz' is satirical fun

    On Theater: 'The Book of Liz' is satirical fun
    Community theater needs more visionaries like Michael Dale Brown, a director at the Costa Mesa Playhouse who's constantly searching for new and unusual plays with which to entertain his audiences. And if he can't find one, he'll write one ("Earthlings,...
  • Lobdell: Here's what's pulling my heartstrings

    It's the day after Valentine's Day, and I'm still full of red-hot passion. Here's where my heart lies: I'm in love with the proposed submarine base in Newport Harbor. It has a very James Bond vibe to it. Newport Beach yachtsman Chris Welsh (I wonder if...
  • Spa & Fitness Club, CPK close

    COSTA MESA — The Spa & Fitness Club, a fixture at South Coast Plaza for nearly 20 years, has closed its doors. Patrons had three days to pick up personal belongings and clean out their lockers, according to the spa, which formally closed Jan. 24....
  • A healthier taste of life

    COSTA MESA — Rea Elementary School parents dug into a fiesta Thursday morning filled with healthier alternatives to traditional party fare. They feasted on Spanish-style quinoa, spaghetti squash, veggie quesadillas with fat-free cheese and whole-...
  • 100 reasons to celebrate

    100 reasons to celebrate
    COSTA MESA — When 100-year-old Irene Hetzel was a girl in Beaumont, she lived too far to walk the three miles to school, and her family didn't have a car. Instead, she and her brother had to find alternative transportation. "I had to come in a...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Planners complain about solar panel law

    Newport Beach should let California officials know that a state law limiting local control over solar panel installations has negative consequences, the city's Planning Commission decided Thursday night. "Maybe we can't be successful," Commissioner...