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  • Where the street has no name

    Where the street has no name
    However famous the Balboa Bay Club may be, visitors are apparently having trouble finding it. No matter that the club has been operating in its same location since 1948, or that a guard shack thought to be intimidating was recently removed to make the...
  • City Lights: Trying to understand genocide

    City Lights: Trying to understand genocide
    If you've ever been to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, you may recall the installation that tracks the rise of the Third Reich in Germany. One of the early scenes depicts an outdoor cafe in Berlin in the early 1930s where customers talk casually...
  • High School Roundup: CdM sweeps Laguna Beach

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Laguna Beach Ryan Moss and Joey Martino (four digs) recorded 11 kills each to lead the Sea Kings to a 25-19, 27-25, 25-21 nonleague win at CdM Tuesday. Kevin Fults (eight kills), Tommy Brooks (three kills and four...
  • A memorable Toshiba for Terry

    A memorable Toshiba for Terry
    The 20th Toshiba Classic will be mostly remembered for Fred Couples' second time winning the event, as he surprised many with his victory by one stroke. But the Toshiba Classic will be a great memory for much different reasons for Thomas Terry, a...
  • High School Roundup: Sage Hill scores big win against St. Margaret's

    BASEBALL Sage Hill 4, St. Margaret's 2 SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Kellen Ochi and Harrison Rhee each singled in a run during a four-run top of the seventh inning by the Lightning in an Academy League opener on the road Tuesday. Sage Hill pitcher...
  • Community & Clubs: Bidding farewell to a family hero

    Community & Clubs: Bidding farewell to a family hero
    I have written about my brother LeRoy periodically over the years in my Daily Pilot column. I am sorry to say he passed away at the age of 79 on March 12 from complications of polio, which he contracted in 1952. LeRoy graduated from St. Louis Park...
  • The Harbor Report: Coming home with fresh ideas

    The Harbor Report: Coming home with fresh ideas
    I made it back last week from the 34th Heineken Regatta in St. Maarten, where I observed a couple of fresh ideas on how to better promote yachting events. First off, the regatta was spectacular. I highly recommend that you place it on your bucket list....
  • New York Times veteran visits Newport

     New York Times veteran visits Newport
    For as long as Frank Bruni can remember, food has played a lead role in his life. In his Italian-American household in White Plains, N.Y., every family gathering was marked by culinary creations. He was a ravenous eater, with chubbiness to show for it....
  • High School Roundup: Kline scores five in CdM win

    GIRLS' LACROSSE Corona del Mar 11, Dana Hills 3 Senior Kacie Kline had five goals for the Sea Kings in Wednesday's nonleague game at home. Sabrina Smith and Jamie Smith each scored twice for CdM, while Kendall Mulvaney and Peyton Carter added goals....
  • Eat, then drink, and be merry

    Eat, then drink, and be merry
    It was not "Mad Men" protagonist Don Draper's name or profession that viewers learned first. It was his drink of choice: "Do this again — old-fashioned, please." Whether meeting clients or dining with his wife, Megan, that's what the advertising...
  • Community & Clubs: Meet Mike Scheafer, the Lions king

    Longtime Costa Mesa volunteer Mike Scheafer will be honored with the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award by the Estancia & TeWinkle Schools Foundation on March 22 at a dinner dance at the Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa called "Blues on the Bayou." Scheafer...
  • Virgen's Views: Toshiba turns 20, remains great

    Virgen's Views: Toshiba turns 20, remains great
    There are simple, yet vast ways to describe the Toshiba Classic. It's known as one of the favorite, if not the best, stop for the players on the Champions Tour. Who wouldn't want to play golf in Newport Beach? Yet this is the only pro tournament in...