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  • The Bell Curve: Born on the Fourth of July

    The Bell Curve: Born on the Fourth of July
    Editor's note: Retired Daily Pilot columnist Joseph N. Bell has written a special column to mark his 90th birthday, which falls on Independence Day. As a young boy watching the Fourth of July parade in the county-seat town of Decatur, Ind., the...
  • Reel Critics: 'Cars 2' stalls out with few laughs

    Disney and Pixar are known for high quality family films. "Wall-E," "Finding Nemo" and "The Incredibles" all generated more than $500 million in ticket sales. But the legendary "Toy Story" franchise may be the gold standard of this genre. These films have...
  • Man charged with stealing from network

    COSTA MESA — Unaware that a higher authority was watching over him, in this case Costa Mesa police, a Garden Grove man repeatedly stole from a donation box at the Trinity Broadcasting Network while wearing a shirt that said "God is Good,"...
  • Classically Trained: Couple shares a life — and their passion for music

    Classically Trained: Couple shares a life — and their passion for music
    BREA — Quite literally, theirs is a harmonious relationship: his and her instruments, his and her practice rooms, his and her daytime teaching gigs. What's more, for professional musicians Tony and Cindy Ellis, they're on the same sheet of the...
  • Irvine Unified School District goes solar

    The Irvine Unified School District has unveiled a 7,300-panel solar project spread across 15 buildings. The venture is expected to save the district $8 million to $10 million over 20 years. The district held a dedication ceremony Wednesday morning at...
  • Revenue jumps expected to help close deficit

    Because of unexpected jumps in revenue from two important tax sources, Newport Beach officials expect to close their $2-million budget deficit for this fiscal year. That's one of the highlights of the city's mid-year financial report, which the City...
  • Even in Orange County, they're 'born to pull'

    Even in Orange County, they're 'born to pull'
    COSTA MESA — If you're lucky, you just might see them: a pack of six Siberian huskies flying through the morning fog with an "urban musher" in tow. To spare his team of dogs from training in the midday heat, Rancy Reyes, 50, an urban musher from...
  • It's A Gray Area: Regulate marijuana like wine

    In my public discussions about our nation's failed and hopeless policy of marijuana prohibition, I often say that Proposition 19 actually won the election last November, but we will simply be delaying implementation for two years. I say that for two...
  • Catholic foundation offers business ethics conference

    COSTA MESA — The desire for profit sometimes trumps ethics in the business world, but one local faith organization wants to show that the two can go hand in hand. The Orange Catholic Foundation, which is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Diocese...
  • Comments & Curiosities: If mice drove cars, what would they tell us?

    This is huge. Seriously. It's the biggest thing to come out of USC since Paul Salata. Ever heard of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering? Neither have I. But here is all you need to know. This week, researchers at the school published a study in...
  • Man charged with stealing more than $280K from elderly woman

    A Costa Mesa man is set to be arraigned Thursday on charges that he stole more than $280,000 from an elderly Newport Beach woman suffering from dementia. Newport Beach police arrested John Thomas Windsor, 41, on Wednesday. Authorities charged him with...
  • Sounding Off: Reinventing the light bulb

    When you read that, starting Jan. 1, the 100-watt bulb is fading away due to its inefficiencies, you may think, "There they go again. Now Congress wants to dictate which light bulb I can use." The answer is yes and no. In 2007, President George W....