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  • 'Funny' doesn't just happen

    'Funny' doesn't just happen
    Those who attend Marc Warzecha's workshop at UC Irvine this week had better come prepared for serious work. They're about to learn how to be funny. Warzecha, a veteran TV actor and writer-director with the Second City, is among the professional...
  • Steinberg: Tough ending for Del Negro

    Los Angeles Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro, who had the most successful tenure of any coach in Clipper history, was fired last week by owner Donald Sterling. How does unparalleled success lead to termination? Was it the intervention of star players with...
  • Men's Basketball Preview: 'Eaters have high hopes

    Men's Basketball Preview: 'Eaters have high hopes
    An indisputable buzz exists around the UC Irvine men's basketball team this season. Coach Russell Turner and his staff, however, would prefer a purr, the product of the kind of contentment that eventually comes from a championship season. "It can be a...
  • Yardley tournament returns

    Yardley tournament returns
    During the summer last year, Newport Harbor High boys' basketball coach Robert Torribio and his assistant Jason Carey made a vow to bring back the George Yardley Tournament that takes place in the summer. There were several reasons they wanted to...
  • Steinberg: Howard chooses Rockets

    As I had previously analyzed the situation in my column, Dwight Howard is leaving the Lakers to sign with the Houston Rockets. This signing dramatically alters the power dynamic in the NBA. My prediction was not based on any inside knowledge, but an...
  • Breakers fall to Wild

    Breakers fall to Wild
    IRVINE — With eight professional tennis players in the house, eight children still put on one of the best performances Monday night at Bren Events Center. Children from the Center Stage Studio of Aliso Viejo, ages 8 to 10, performed at halftime of...
  • Maldonado magic for Eagles

    Maldonado magic for Eagles
    Yesenia Maldonado watched the DVD her coach let her borrow last year. The disc chronicles what might be called a magical time in Los Angeles sports history, albeit a time before the Estancia High senior was even born. It all started with the 6-foot-...
  • From The Sports Desk: Time for Danny to be in spotlight

    One of my favorite memories about Dan Glenn took place December, 2009. Moments after the Newport Harbor High girls' volleyball team won the CIF State Division I title, the coach stressed to me that the victory wasn't about him. I mean it was genuine. He...
  • Newport's Kobe Bryant fined for gay slur

    The NBA has fined Newport Coast resident Kobe Bryant $100,000 for directing a gay slur at a referee during Tuesday's game against the San Antonio Spurs. It happened during an outburst by Bryant after he received his 15th technical foul of the season....
  • Kaiser back on top

    COSTA MESA — It had been nine years since Kaiser had won a title at the Daily Pilot Cup. That's a long time for one of the original schools in the tournament, now in its 12th year. And when Newport Heights scored early in Sunday afternoon's girls'...
  • Bruins party in Newport Beach

    There were many reasons why UCLA fans gathered in Newport Beach Saturday night. They came together for a party, to drink and dance, and to raise money for the Wooden Athletic Fund at the luxurious home of Barry Saywitz, a UCLA alumnus. Tom Reineke,...
  • Colleges: Turner makes progress

    Colleges: Turner makes progress
    Time will tell if Russell Turner is the genuine basketball coaching star some identify in the former NBA assistant who also cut his coaching teeth at Stanford and Wake Forest. But now a dozen games into his first season at the helm of the UC Irvine men'...