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  • Commentary: The latest, greatest thing? Beware

    Well ladies and gentlemen, it's a new year, when our thoughts turn to hope for a better world, optimism for a great 12 months ahead, resolutions to personally improve each of our lives, all of that stuff. But not for me, baby. To heck with that...
  • Apodaca: Big Santa is watching you

    When the song "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" was written in 1932, little did Depression-era Americans understand the prescience of the somewhat-creepy warning, "He sees you when you're sleeping, he knows when you're awake." Today those lyrics seem...
  • Carnett: Chalk the changes in school in 1950s up to progress

    I was a student when the Newport-Mesa Unified School District unveiled what was considered at the time the grandest advance in classroom technology in decades. The year was 1954, and I was a fifth-grader at Lindbergh School in Costa Mesa. NMUSD...
  • Capturing the golden history of Balboa

    Capturing the golden history of Balboa
    Everyone on the island has a story about why they came here. And Tina Wayt wants to document them all. "We're trying to capture the magic," she said on a recent afternoon, as a whirring fan pushed air around the Balboa Island Museum and Historical...
  • Biz News: Retirement community celebrates first year

    Biz News: Retirement community celebrates first year
    Vivante on the Coast, a luxury retirement community in Costa Mesa's Westside, recently celebrated its first anniversary. The award-winning 185-unit complex at 1640 Monrovia Ave. opened in October 2013 and is now home to more than 160 residents,...
  • Apodaca: Technology in the classroom is inevitable, but let's proceed cautiously

    For many years now we've heard predictions that technology would transform education. But that expected transformation has evolved in fits and starts, faced major obstacles and been beset by numerous mistake-prone rollouts. Just last week, Los Angeles...
  • Plenty of Little League fun

    Plenty of Little League fun
    When Mike Gillespie spoke to the young athletes of Newport Beach Little League he could've used the time to talk more about his UC Irvine baseball team or even his grand coaching career while leading USC and the Anteaters. But he wanted to stress an...
  • A Word, Please: It isn't a downer to lowercase the T in 'the'

    If I were to write that the Beatles were a great band, would that give you pause? That is, would you notice anything funny about how I've written the band's name? Most people, I'm guessing, would not. But close readers might notice something odd —...
  • Film Festival: 'Bulls' a tough one to tame

    Film Festival: 'Bulls' a tough one to tame
    Filming "Brahmin Bulls" was not a breeze. Director Mahesh Pailoor valiantly balanced budgetary issues and his cast's schedules while shooting the entire movie out of order. He even faced an unexpected foe — the 85th annual Academy Awards. "We...
  • Commentary: Advocating for children has opened my heart

    Two years ago in this space, I wrote the words, "I'm done" ("Commentary: I walked away from Hollywood to walk with God," July 21, 2012). I was done calling myself a Christian but living a life that was centered on me. I said, "I am done living a half-...
  • Harbor Day School students crazy for pi

    First-grader Max Razmjoo belted out a string of random digits Thursday, stopping only briefly for breath and to say "um" a few times. He was reciting pi — hundreds of digits of it. But then he got stuck. Keeping score, math department Chairwoman...
  • It's raining golf balls

    It's raining golf balls
    A black helicopter circled closer and closer to the schoolyard at St. Joachim Catholic School in Costa Mesa on Tuesday, prepping to unload its cargo of 2,305 golf balls. Minutes earlier, a group of students had cheered as Elizabeth McNulty showed them a...