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  • 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...
  • 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-...
  • 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 —...
  • Apodaca: Big changes are ahead in 2014

    2014 promises to be an eventful year in education. Big changes are underway in everything from the way students are taught to the funding formula. The progression of technology and emerging social concerns will have a profound impact on learning. The...
  • Not-so-blessed event

     Not-so-blessed event
    Scott and Kellee Seal had just returned home when they realized a bag was missing from their car. The couple hadn't noticed at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, where they'd rushed earlier that evening thinking Kellee was about to give birth to their...
  • Newport Harbor has no answer for Ross in CIF championship setback

    Newport Harbor has no answer for Ross in CIF championship setback
    ANAHEIM — A reporter asked Jeff Brinkley for his thoughts on Kai Ross and it drew a short response from the Newport Harbor High head football coach. He preferred to talk about his Sailors, not the Huntington Beach  player who again proved to be...
  • Snoopy House an inviting tradition

    Snoopy House an inviting tradition
    On a cloudless Friday night in Costa Mesa, the powers that be at City Hall made it snow. The white stuff, sprinkling down onto throngs of gleeful children, was part of a festive evening that marked the opening of the 47th annual Snoopy House. Some 200...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Are libraries important? Ask Yorba Linda

    I have talked a lot about our Costa Mesa libraries and their history and tried to get more people involved in the quest for larger facilities that allow for expanded services for our residents. So now, I am trying another tack. As you read this,...
  • New development offers Newport living for less

    Newport Beach living may become a little bit more affordable with the grand opening of Newport Palisades and its collection of new single-family detached homes priced in the high-$600,000s. Saturday's grand opening will be open to the public to...
  • Harlan: Decompressing before the frenzy of summer

    June is a month of frenzied transition. While the familiar "June gloom" that rolls in early in the month often elicits groans, I enjoy watching the jacarandas mark the new season and flaunt their purple flowers against the matte-gray sky. I know that...