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  • 'Eaters' island alliance

    'Eaters' island alliance
    The addition of the University of Hawaii to the Big West Conference, announced Friday and scheduled to begin for the 2012-13 athletic year, should bring a little marquee value to the previously all-California alliance. It will also add some logistical...
  • Stalling one dream for another

    NEWPORT BEACH — For local businessman Eric Siess and his wife, the dream was to spend this Christmas in a new home together. However, the couple, who just celebrated their one-year anniversary in September, decided to realize a different dream:...
  • Get The Ink Out: Boat parade brings family together

    "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" is not my favorite Christmas song, but boy was it the perfect song for Friday night's Christmas Boat Parade, put on by the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce. I know, I know, it was raining, enough to make me...
  • It's A Gray Area: Correcting mistakes of Prop. 13

    This column has already discussed the "sacred cow" issue of Social Security, and I have not (yet) been run out of town, so summoning up all of my courage, I will now turn my attention to a discussion about correcting the mistakes of Proposition 13....
  • A shop owner who knows funny

    A shop owner who knows funny
    COSTA MESA — Poop is her biggest seller. To be exact, fake poop is the most popular item year-round. It's sold by the piles, said Sherry Newberg, owner of House of Humor. The magic, gag gift and costume shop on Baker Street has been a backbone...
  • Lobdell: Chief's expense reports offer clues

    I've been looking through the expense reports of Costa Mesa Police Chief Christopher Shawkey and Capt. Ron Smith, searching for clues as to why they were unexpectedly put on administrative leave in November. After poring through more than 200 pages of...
  • It's A Gray Area: Why liberty is so important to us

    The response to last week's column asking our politicians to dare to lead and dare to lose was substantial, and mostly positive. The column closed by commenting that there is nothing wrong with our country that cannot be resolved by us once again becoming...
  • A different home sale picture

    Some top real estate consultants have forecast that banks will flood the nationwide market with foreclosed homes later this year, driving down prices in the process, but the picture in Orange County may not be so clear. Orange County prices in certain...
  • To sell home this summer, prepare now

    We can start 2011 with a few assumptions on which most real estate analysts will agree. First, mortgage interest rates will rise, probably to 5.5% or up to 5.7%. As I wrote last week, that is historically cheap money. Second, home prices will increase...
  • Beautiful day for the neighborhood

    IRVINE — The first-phase plans for the development of nearly 5,000 homes and 1.2 million square feet of commercial space to ring around the Orange County Great Park was submitted to the city by project officials this week. Five Point Communities...
  • Welcome, neighbor

    Welcome, neighbor
    NEWPORT COAST — Kelly Perkins might be new to Laguna Beach, but she could look familiar to anyone who has turned on the television or flipped open a newspaper in the last decade. She gained international recognition in the mid-1990s as the first...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Officials conclude investigation on balcony collapse

    Newport Beach officials have concluded their investigation of a balcony that collapsed last month on Goldenrod Avenue, turning over any follow-up inspections to the homeowner's insurance company, city officials have confirmed. The second-story balcony...