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  • The smack talk is good

    The smack talk is good
    Harry Pemberton didn't need to pay for two tickets to Super Bowl XLV. It's fair to say he talked his way into the big game. Pemberton, a longtime Orange County resident who has lived in Newport Beach the past 11 years, won the tickets by becoming the...
  • It's A Gray Area: With our help, the brain-injured can thrive

    One of the true embarrassments of our times is that there is no facility in the western United States where brain-injured adults can live, receive appropriate medical care, engage in meaningful employment, and thrive up to the limits of their abilities....
  • Howland headlines OC Bruin Bash

    Ben Howland has no doubt made headlines throughout the past year, from reports of losing control of his basketball team to revitalizing his roster at UCLA. The Bruins men's basketball coach is expected to touch on those issues and more when he appears at...
  • Community & Clubs: Daily Pilot editors to induct Hall of Famers

    Nine Newport-Mesa citizens who are active in local community service will be inducted into the Daily Pilot Community & Clubs Hall of Fame at the fourth annual Hall of Fame luncheon noon Friday at the American Legion Newport Harbor Post 291. Being...
  • Newport Beach resident helps raise money for Wooden Athletic Fund

    Newport Beach resident helps raise money for Wooden Athletic Fund
    UCLA alumnus Barry Saywitz played host to the Orange County Bruin Bash at his Newport Beach home on Saturday, helping his alma mater raise more than $54,000 for the Wooden Athletic Fund. The fund generates financial support to help more than 700 student-...
  • Chandlur picks Chandler and wins

    Chandlur picks Chandler and wins
    When Chandlur Sularz made her pick to guess Mr. Irrelevant she chose a player whose name was familiar to hers. That helped her win $253 and a gift basket from the folks at Mr. Irrelevant, whom are also no strangers to the 13-year-old girl from Arizona....
  • Steinberg: Outlook on gays is changing in sports

    A marginal former NFL player announced this week that he was gay, sparking new interest in the status of homosexuality in sports. Player reaction to the news of Wade Davis was largely positive which represents a sea shift in player attitudes. Athletes at...
  • Grootegoed to coach at OCC

    Matt Grootegoed, one of the most decorated Orange County high school football players of all time and a former All-American linebacker at USC, will coach linebackers at Orange Coast College during the upcoming football season, Pirates' Coach Mike Taylor...
  • Steinberg: Armstrong amid allegations

    This week seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong received the letter he hoped would never come. The United States Anti-Doping Agency, which regulates Olympic and many amateur sports, told him they would recommend that charges be filed against...
  • Community & Clubs: Congratulations to the Hall of Fame inductees

    It was a good week in Newport Beach! I spent a lot of time in Newport, and it was most enjoyable. On June 13, there was an Interfaith Council Board meeting, followed by a meeting of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa where Laird Hayes, an NFL line...
  • New rules coming for Pop Warner

    New rules coming for Pop Warner
    Player safety and concussions have been hot topics in the NFL. Pop Warner football has reacted announcing last week new rules that will be in place this season. There will be a limit on contact drills to one-third of practice time. Also there is a ban on...
  • Steinberg: How to define greatness

    In the film "The Wizard of Oz", the scarecrow elucidates great thoughts and shows astute judgment throughout the movie but feels inadequate because he hasn't got a brain. The wizard hands him a diploma recognizing his academic prowess and he immediately...