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  • Feinstein to compete in Germany

    Feinstein to compete in Germany
    Before Sami Feinstein became a seventh-grader at Costa Mesa Middle School she attended Tarbut V'Torah in Irvine.
  • Reader Report: A legacy of shame and terror in Leipzig

    LEIPZIG, Germany — From its outward appearance, the stately 102-year-old building in this city's "Mitte," or central district, provides no clues to the roles it played during World War II and the Cold War. But when my wife, Ludie, and I ascended...

    Ritchie Boy gets his due

    Ritchie Boy gets his due
    Kathryn Lang-Slattery didn't know until a decade ago that her uncle had served with the Ritchie Boys, the unit of expatriate soldiers who joined the U.S. Army during World War II to help reclaim the countries they had fled. For that matter, her uncle...

    The Black Donnellys, world-record breaking band, in Costa Mesa

    The Black Donnellys, world-record breaking band, in Costa Mesa
    For nearly five days, Dave Browne strummed at his guitar in the Temple Bar in Dublin. He was out to break a world record. He took 25-second breaks in between some songs. Also, he could never play the same song twice within a four-hour period. When...

    UCI student leaders condemn denial of Armenian genocide

    The UC Irvine student legislative council on Monday unanimously passed a resolution to commemorate the Armenian genocide and "condemn its denial." The measure follows similar resolutions passed at UCLA and other state campuses meant to mark the 100th...