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  • The Crowd: Highlight local groups amid elections

    The Crowd: Highlight local groups amid elections
    As I write this column for Friday's edition of the Daily Pilot, it is noon Tuesday and America is midway through an election day that has divided the nation more than any other in recent memory. It is somehow appropriate to share with Newport-Mesa...
  • Reporters' Notebook: Sweating it out in Bikram yoga

    We like to think of ourselves as active, but we found a new challenge in Bikram yoga. We've always wanted to do Bikram, which consists of 26 postures performed in a room heated to 105 degrees, with 40% humidity. So, when we saw the Groupon deal for 25...
  • Reel Critics: Traveling the world via chick flicks

    Reel Critics: Traveling the world via chick flicks
    I was transported to Egypt, Italy, India and Bali in two new chick flicks about two pretty women who fall in love with a handsome stranger. They also manage endless costume changes from just one small bag. It's every woman's dream come true... "Cairo...
  • Mailbag: Air India crash serves as reminder of hazards

    Friday's deadly Air India crash is a grim reminder of the dangers facing Newport Beach residents since implementation of DUUKE 1 and DUUKE 2, which erroneously moved some flights taking off from John Wayne Airport to the east side of the Back Bay,...
  • On Faith: Respect is key to calming religious tensions

    Hearing the word "respect," one might be reminded of the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield, who never got any. But, in the real world, callous lack of respect contributes powerfully to inter-ethnic and inter-religious violence and death. I recently...
  • 'The fabric of freedom'

     'The fabric of freedom'
    The International Princess Project headquarters near John Wayne Airport stocks thousands of pairs of brilliantly-colored, batik-style drawstring pants known as PUNJAMMIES. This trademarked line of textile wear with an Indian twist targets Western women...
  • Teen spends summer practicing medicine in India

    Teen spends summer practicing medicine in India
    A Laguna Beach High School senior swapped her Bluebird Canyon home for a rural Indian town this summer. Alia Manetta, 17, spent the month of August working at Sundari Mohan Seva Bhawan Hospital in the Northern Indian town of Silchar, an area known for...