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  • Hurry falls in final

    Hurry falls in final
    NEWPORT BEACH — Alastair Hurry said he likes playing tennis in the heat. The weather conditions Friday at The Tennis Club Newport Beach were far from that. It rained overnight on Thursday. Hurry was only able to get in a short warm-up with his...
  • History of UCI commune to be displayed

    History of UCI commune to be displayed
    UC Irvine — The year was 1968. The Age of Aquarius was in full swing. The Tet offensive was pushing forward. And, Joan Didion's "Slouching Toward Bethlehem" was published. It was amid this period of cultural and political upheaval that UCI ,...
  • Radeva maintains high level

    COSTA MESA — After playing 10 sets of tennis and a super-tiebreaker over a two-day stretch, Annie Radeva finally hit a bit of a wall Friday afternoon at the Costa Mesa Tennis Center. The Costa Mesa resident split sets in both her girls' 16...
  • Rowland group tackles air quality after oil spill

    When the Deepwater Horizon exploded in 2010, sending millions of barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, most scientists were concerned about the damage to sea life. Not many gave a whiff of thought to air quality. The Rowland-Blake Group at UC...
  • Community & Clubs: Planting seeds for the future

    On Saturday, more than 30 members of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa will be sprucing up more than 2,500 carrotwood tree seedlings in preparation of presenting them to third-graders in all 21 public and 15 private schools within the boundaries of the...
  • Afterburner captures N2E President of USA Trophy

    Bill Gibbs couldn't stop smiling when he said, "We've done this race 14 times and we've never seen the wind this good." Max Phelps said, "It took us four hours to sail the last two miles." Was this the same race? In the Lexus Newport to Ensenada Yacht...
  • 'Cinco de Mayo' film, timely history lesson

    'Cinco de Mayo' film, timely history lesson
    In Rafa Lara's film "Cinco de Mayo: The Battle," calendar dates are superimposed over the action counting down to May 5 — the day in 1862 when a ragtag Mexican army defeated France in the fight for independence. It may not be the only countdown...
  • From the Boathouse: Beware hurricane-force conditions on West Coast

    Ahoy, and welcome to a preseason hurricane! Good friend, airline captain and fellow Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club member Jeff Diercksmeier begins his article in the yacht club's newsletter with "from the flight deck." Very appropriate, since I am sure...
  • 'Triennial' art has Pacific Rim flavor

    'Triennial' art has Pacific Rim flavor
    By the time you enter the doors of the Orange County Museum of Art and look for the first work of art on display, you'll probably have stepped on it already. The Newport Beach museum's inaugural "2013 California-Pacific Triennial" exhibit, which opens...
  • It's A Gray Area: Control is always better than prohibition

    My wonderful mother studied one year at Occidental College before she went on to UC Berkeley, so maybe that was the reason she never liked the term "oxymoron." But that brings to my mind that the biggest oxymoron in our lives today is the term "controlled...
  • Teresa Patterson

    Teresa Patterson March 31, 1917 - June 14, 2013 Teresa Patterson of Costa Mesa passed away peacefully at her home of fifty-eight years on Friday, June 14th.  She was born to William and Soledad Ortiz Paredes on Camulos Ranch, a Mexican land grant near...
  • Jack and the agave stalk

    Jack and the agave stalk
    There's a monster in Nancy and Jack Geerlings' backyard — and it's been growing. "Our neighbors keep coming in and saying, 'Oh my gosh,'" Nancy Geerlings said, shading her eyes to look up at the monster's head, which, for the first time in...