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  • Venezia: Feet to the Fire Forum adds guests, venues

    Venezia: Feet to the Fire Forum adds guests, venues
    April is around the corner, and so is Feet to the Fire Forum season. This year, members of the Feet to the Fire team — Daily Pilot Editor John Canalis, Voice of OC Editor Norberto Santana Jr. and Orange County Register columnist Jack Wu —...
  • Political Landscape: Election endorsements roll in

    The following is a roundup of news regarding the races for seats on the Orange County Board of Education and the Board of Supervisors, as well as for the 74th Assembly District. * Orange County Board of Education The Republican Party of Orange...
  • 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....
  • Bergeson endorses Dixon for Newport council

    Former state Education Secretary Marian Bergeson has endorsed business consultant Diane Dixon for Newport Beach City Council. Dixon is seeking the seat for District 1, currently occupied by Councilman Mike Henn, who has reached his term limit....
  • Commentary: Argument overlooks full crime data picture

    I read Colin McCarthy's commentary "Statistics tell the truth about Costa Mesa crime rate" (March 17) with this question in mind: What does he want us to believe? Answer: That we shouldn't worry about Costa Mesa's crime rate. Why would he want us to...
  • Mailbag: Mixed messages on water conservation

    I recently received an email showing a home water report from Newport Beach. Needless to say, my family and I are water hogs compared to our "average neighbors," and downright gluttons next to our "efficient neighbors." Once I recovered from this...
  • Moorlach drops out of congressional race

    Moorlach drops out of congressional race
    Saying he'd like to focus on finishing out his current job, Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach is dropping his congressional campaign, he announced Monday night. "I was moving forward, having fun, but my team would say, 'How are you doing on...
  • Newport candidate is accepting bitcoin donations

    When Newport Beach City Council candidate Michael Glenn thinks of freedom, that includes the freedom to choose how to donate, be it with dollars, pesos or bitcoin. Glenn claims to be the first local politician to accept campaign donations in the...
  • Venezia: Moorlach, Leece illustrate how tough it is to run

    Venezia: Moorlach, Leece illustrate how tough it is to run
    I always ask candidates what made them decide to throw their hat in the ring. Nine times out of 10 they tell me so many people are urging them to run they can't ignore the pleas. How many is "many"? No one's ever given me a number, though I've...
  • City planner questions police chief's endorsement

    A Costa Mesa planning commissioner has sent city officials what he terms a "formal grievance" regarding Police Chief Tom Gazsi's decision to endorse Newport Beach City Councilman Keith Curry's bid for state Assembly. "I don't believe a Costa Mesa police...
  • Supervisorial candidates spar at Feet to the Fire forum

    Supervisorial candidates spar at Feet to the Fire forum
    Candidates for the Orange County Board of Supervisors' 2nd District seat sparred over pensions, problem-solving and their community ties Monday night in a debate that took on something of a wonkish tone. The four are vying to replace Supervisor John...
  • Political Landscape: Assembly veterans committee supports O.C. cemetery

    A bill that would allow the establishment of a state veterans cemetery in Orange County earned unanimous support in the Assembly's Veterans Affairs Committee, the bill's author, Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D-Fullerton), announced. The bill is...