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  • Steinberg: Yes, baseball is back

    There is something so comforting about hearing Vin Scully's dulcet tones announcing Dodger spring training games again. That same voice has symbolized continuity, history and hope since 1950. As long as Vinny is broadcasting, there is some familiar...
  • Irrelevant Week schedule pared

    Irrelevant Week schedule pared
    Irrelevant Week might want to change its name to "A Couple of Irrelevant Days" in Newport Beach. The event that celebrates the last player selected in the NFL Draft seems to get shorter every year. Don't blame the organizers, Paul Salata and his...
  • Irrelevant Week: Final day of irrelevant fun

    Irrelevant Week: Final day of irrelevant fun
    NEWPORT BEACH — Even the last player selected in the NFL Draft has an entourage. Justice Cunningham capped a long Friday by checking out the bar scene in Newport Beach. He ran with a crew of almost two dozen, all there to support a rookie with the...
  • Council opts for a do-over

    In an effort to correct an error it made last month, the Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday night approved, in effect, a complete do-over of three Planning Commission appointments. The council voted 3-2, with Councilmen Steve Mensinger and Gary Monahan...
  • Steinberg: Money doesn't lead to wins for Dodgers, Angels

    There is no joy in SoCal baseball fandom, the mighty local teams have struck out. The Los Angeles Dodgers have a payroll of $220,395,196, which leads Major League Baseball. Their record through Friday was 13-21, which placed them last in the National...
  • Thurman goes 40th

    Thurman goes 40th
    Andrew Thurman said he wanted to watch the first day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft in an open setting, with family and friends. He also wanted to watch it at a place that has been very close to his heart. He said it was only...
  • Costa Mesa kicks off its 60th anniversary celebration

    Costa Mesa kicks off its 60th anniversary celebration
    As the sun set over City Hall, the crowd descended upon nearby Fair Drive which, for the first time anyone could remember, was closed off to car traffic. In its place Friday evening was day one of three for Costa Mesa's 60th anniversary celebration. The...
  • The Bell Curve: Mistakes on the field, and in schools

    Two socially important things happen every year in late September: The baseball season ends for teams that don't make the playoffs and back-to-school nights inevitably take place. In the first instance, the players representing our home team, the Los...
  • Make that 48 hours, $190,000

    The Relay for Life held May 15 and 16 at Newport Harbor High School raised $120,000 to fund cancer research. The money raised comes on the heels of a similar Relay for Life event that was held at Orange Coast College this past weekend. That event raised...
  • MLB Draft: More locals drafted

    Vinnie St. John Jr. couldn't make the baseball team at USC last season. "The coaches told me because I had [solely] become a pitcher that they didn't think I would be able to play on the collegiate level," said Vinnie St. John, who joined the Trojans as...
  • Community & Clubs: Columnist honored by Exchange Club

    The Newport Harbor Exchange Club honored yours truly last week with an award established in 1917, The Book of Golden Deeds. According to Garrett TeWinkle, who organized the presentation, the award "recognizes dedicated volunteers who give their time and...
  • Rivals unite for day The Battle for the Bell on the gridiron turns into the Battle of the Brush in the park. Football players from rival high schools, Costa Mesa and Estancia, will join forces in cleaning up Canyon Park on Saturday. Players will rake...