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  • Bookmark: Take a chance on these moguls' biographies

    How'd they do it? That is often thought to be the primary motivation behind our fascination with the life stories of business behemoths: a curiosity about the means — both noble and scurrilous — by which mammoth fortunes are made. "Steve...
  • Friends of the Library: Wishes for the library in the new year

    Christmas is past, and the New Year is nearly here. Looking ahead to the new year, and the years ahead, what do you want to see, have and be able to use at our Costa Mesa libraries? Two things that I would like to see at both the Mesa Verde Library...
  • Center offers comprehensive care for autistic children

    Parents feel like "part of the team" when it comes to the care and education of their autistic children at a new all-encompassing treatment center in Irvine, a parent said. "Not just him, but our whole family has changed," Irvine resident Sopheap Keo...
  • Council extends consultant's contract

    The Costa Mesa City Council this week extended a consultant's contract to continue managing multiple city projects for a total cost of $230,000 for 16 months of work. Tamara Letourneau, a senior manager with Irvine-based Management Partners, was retained...
  • My Pet World: Life in the pets lane

    My Pet World: Life in the pets lane
    I look forward to reader comments, questions and concerns. Here's a selection I received recently: DEAR STEVE: I'd never read your column until recently, because I don't have any pets. I wish to point out an opposite view on household pets. Whether...
  • Shopper's grass-roots quest

    Shopper's grass-roots quest
    COSTA MESA — In the eyes of Kim Farthing, a penny spent locally is a penny earned in the pocket of a friend or neighbor. For this reason, Farthing has adopted a mission to learn how to buy as much as possible — from food to bedding to...
  • Newport Harbor grad-turned-tech CEO tips his mouse to Jobs

    Newport Harbor grad-turned-tech CEO tips his mouse to Jobs
    On behalf of everyone at Skyfire, and others in Silicon Valley, our thoughts go out to Steve Jobs' and his family as we learn of his death. We salute Jobs and all that he has done to remake our industry and revolutionize the lives of hundreds of millions...
  • Police: Peninsula home burglaries may be related

    A string of residential burglaries on the Balboa Peninsula over a two-month period appear to be related, Newport Beach police said. Beginning in mid-August, there have been reports of break-ins at homes there, with burglars getting in through windows and...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    TUESDAY E-Book Training Newport Beach Public Library offers a hands-on eBook training session from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Central Library Friends Room, 1000 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach. Library staff will demonstrate Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, iPad...
  • Apodaca: A technological experiment in the classroom

    Many parents who once chided their kids to turn off their cell phones during family meals and other once-sacrosanct occasions have officially conceded defeat. More than that, they've become converts to the idea that constant access to mobile technology...
  • 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...