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  • Virgen: Football for a good cause

    Virgen: Football for a good cause
    Char McNabb doesn't mind talking about her son, Donovan. If you mention there's a chance Donovan could be headed to the Hall of Fame, she'll tell you, "Of course. I feel that he is, from a mother's perspective. And, he's such a nice guy." If you ask her...
  • Coco has advantage at home

    NEWPORT BEACH — Coco Vandeweghe lives just down the street from The Tennis Club Newport Beach. The professional tennis player said for the past year and a half she's lived full-time in the Big Canyon community of Newport Beach. So Thursday night...
  • Brooks to help 'Eaters

    Scott Brooks, the head coach of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder, will take part in the UC Irvine/Scott Brooks Golf Invitational to support student-athlete scholarships at his alma mater on Sept. 21. The event will be at Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine...
  • Notable sits out at CdM

    Tuesday marked the first day the Corona del Mar High girls' volleyball team practiced inside the gym since it received a paint job. One player missing was Alexis Cage, the daughter of former NBA player Michael Cage. The Sea Kings will be without Alexis,...
  • Briefs: Coco opens with win

    Newport Beach resident CoCo Vandeweghe won her first-round match at tennis' U.S. Open on Tuesday, defeating Alberta Brianti of Italy, 7-5, 6-3, in Flushing Meadows, New York. It was the first win for Vandeweghe, 19, in the singles main draw of a Grand...
  • Brooks gives back to UCI

    Brooks gives back to UCI
    IRVINE — When UC Irvine supporters approached Scott Brooks about lending his name to a golf tournament to raise money for the school's athletic department, it likely had more to do with the cachet the Oklahoma City Thunder coach who starred for...
  • Steinberg: There is time for the NBA

    I wrote a book, "Winning With Integrity — How To Get What You Want Without Losing Your Soul," that suggests numerous techniques for achieving a win-win result in a negotiation. When parties deadlock and harden their positions thinking that the other...
  • Steinberg: NBA can learn from NFL

    The NBA lockout drags on with games canceled this week. On Tuesday a federal mediator will meet with the sides in New York. A mediator is not someone empowered to force the sides to compromise — as in binding arbitration. Good mediators are skilled...
  • Mesa Musings: OCC sports unites five Athletic Hall of Famers

    On Saturday night Orange Coast College will induct five luminaries into its Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony begins at 4:30 p.m. in the Peterson Gym Foyer. The inductees will be introduced later that evening during the halftime ceremonies of the OCC-...
  • Virgen's View: Walton finds better way back

    Virgen's View: Walton finds better way back
    Bill Walton came through Newport Beach on Tuesday leaving a lasting impression, a sizable impact and a wide range of emotions. The big man threw it down. The NBA Hall of Famer made them cry and laugh. He gave out his phone number and email address. He...
  • Steinberg: What it takes to win at the Olympics

    The first week is in the books at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. These are the first Games which are using multiple platforms to deliver content. You can enjoy the Olympics on four different television networks and via live Internet stream which can...
  • Steinberg Says: Lakers' trade 'Super'

    Just when you thought that next season with the Lakers might be marginally better than this one — they pull a rabbit out of a hat and significantly improve their roster for years to come with the acquisition of the best center in the NBA, Dwight...