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Exercise Physiology

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  • The Beach Boys still get around

    The Beach Boys still get around
    Touring together for the first time in more than two decades, the reunited members of the Beach Boys will catch a new wave into Orange County. The Beach Boys' 50th Anniversary Tour kicked off last month to enthusiastic crowds. As part of their tour of...
  • Body Design in Newport hosts 'fitness vacations'

    Body Design in Newport hosts 'fitness vacations'
    When Body Design member Gail Ossipoff was looking for a vacation to better her mind and body, she scoured international destinations for that perfect combination of sandy beaches, lavish restaurants, luxurious accommodations and her beloved Pilates...
  • The Boys are back on stage

    The Boys are back on stage
    As lifelong fans gathered to see the reunited Beach Boys play the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine on June 3, there was an undeniable aura of nostalgia in the endless summer air. After playing a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl on June 2, the...
  • Youmans: Buckle up for 'Car Plays'

    "The Car Plays" is not your typical theatrical experience. Looking around before Sunday night's performance, there was no theater, cushioned seats or ushers in sight. Instead, attendees were met by a new kind of playing space: 15 cars parked on the...
  • The classy act of making music

    Sitting criss-cross on the floor, four kindergartners each placed a hand on the double bass towering over them to feel the vibrations as it was played. "Wow! How does that feel?" asked Pacific Symphony bassist Doug Basye. "Does it tickle?" Basye gave...
  • UCI study: Metabolism closely linked to body clock

    The body's natural clock and metabolism are more closely linked than originally thought, according to a recently released UC Irvine study. Natural body functions, such as hormone secretion, correlate with the 24-hour light/dark cycle, researchers say....
  • Classically Trained: Baltimore Symphony makes impressive O.C. appearance

    At least on paper, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra seems like the underdog among the recent visiting orchestras that have come or are yet to come to Costa Mesa. Chicago, Cleveland, New York, Los Angeles, the Mariinsky, the fabled Vienna Philharmonic &#...
  • Feisty the cow visits Kaiser Elementary

    Feisty the cow visits Kaiser Elementary
    Cheese, ice cream, yogurt, cottage cheese, sour cream and butter. Kaiser Elementary School's students Thursday morning listed some of the foods cows produce as they got up close to a bovine during a free assembly sponsored by the Dairy Council of...
  • Sentencing for counterfeit semiconductors case delayed

    The sentencing of two Newport Coast men who pleaded guilty to selling counterfeit electronics to the U.S. Navy was pushed back until at least November, federal officials said Wednesday. Mustafa Aljaff, 30, and Neil Felahy, 32, could be sentenced to 2....
  • Community Commentary: Vibe at this year's fair is best yet

    This year's Orange County Fair has shaped up to be one for the books. I would be hard-pressed to imagine a future fair with more success attached to it. Not that attendance won't rise or new attractions won't be presented, but because this year's...
  • Corona del Mar Today: School registration angers parents

    Corona del Mar Today: School registration angers parents
    There's two weeks left of summer vacation, but some new students and their families are already fed up with Corona del Mar Middle School after spending hours in line for Monday's registration. "This is terrible," said Nicci Araujo, who had waited more...
  • Discussions continue over restart of San Onofre nuclear plant

    Federal regulators and Southern California Edison officials met publicly for a second time Tuesday to discuss Edison's restart proposal for the San Onofre nuclear plant, which has been out of service for more than 10 months because of unexpected equipment...