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  • Lobdell: When did pets become more important than humans?

    What should be the criminal penalty for angrily swinging an 8-pound puppy from the end of a leash like a lasso, then kicking the dog hard enough so it skids across asphalt, and then twice smacking the Chihuahua-dachshund mix across the face? OK, remember...
  • Who made this year's DP 103?

    Who made this year's DP 103?
    No. 1 Jim Righeimer You would be hard-pressed to find anyone in town who had a bigger news year than Costa Mesa City Councilman Jim Righeimer. The former Planning Commission chairman went toe-to-toe with the police union, which smeared his name on...
  • Mailbag: Messing up language is all too common

    In his column, Joseph Bell explained the word game "Literati" (The Bell Curve: Enjoying some Christmas Day word play," Dec. 30). He admires the use of this game to remind ourselves of how "solid English words with exact definitions" are being commonly...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Resurgent spirit

    A group of devoted parents — determined to see the Spirit Run see its 28th year — has saved the run that seemed doomed a few months ago. Now called the Newport-Mesa Spirit Run, the event no longer will be organized by the five elementary...
  • From The Sports Desk: Costa Mesa seeks Football University

    When I think of big-time sporting events in Costa Mesa the Daily Pilot Cup comes to mind. It's a great community event. The youth soccer tournament is huge locally. But there could be something bigger in the future. Costa Mesa could be on the verge of...
  • High Schools: Salem waits for Stanford

    High Schools: Salem waits for Stanford
    Jim Harbaugh was a big reason why JB Salem in March committed to play football at Stanford. The coach's recent departure to the NFL has not influenced the Newport Harbor High senior to look elsewhere, just not yet. Salem said he is playing the waiting...
  • My Pet World: Vick hasn't earned a hero's stripes

    Q: For the New Year I want to see you write that Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick should never have a dog again. Will you do it? — S.H., Cyberspace Q: Can you comment on the Michael Vick situation? I can't believe the president of the...
  • The Harbor Report: Bringing sailing to the forefront

    I was granted an interview this week with Craig Thompson, chief executive of the America's Cup Event Authority (ACEA), which is overseeing the 34th America's Cup, to be sailed in San Francisco Bay in August 2013. Thompson, a Newport Beach resident, was...
  • It's Timmons' time

    Steve Timmons, one of the greatest volleyball players to come out of the Newport-Mesa area, is one of four inductees who will enter the California Sports Hall of Fame next month. Timmons, a former Newport Harbor and Orange Coast College standout who led...
  • Salem takes step closer to Stanford

    In a span of six minutes on Monday night, Newport Harbor High defensive lineman JB Salem was talking with two college football coaches about his future. UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel called to offer the 6-foot-4, 265-pound Salem a scholarship. Five...
  • Steinberg still host with most

     Steinberg still host with most
    Leigh Steinberg has plenty of reason to celebrate during his upcoming Super Bowl Party in Dallas. It's Super Bowl XLV, but for the Newport Beach resident whose fame came as a sports agent, it's Steinberg Party XXV. Because his party is in its 25th year,...
  • Colleges: Hitters face less zing with ping

     Colleges: Hitters face less zing with ping
    Sean Madigan muscled up in 2008, when he hit a pair of home runs for the UC Irvine baseball team. He hit his token one dinger in 2007 and 2010. But he doesn't expect to clear the fence in his senior season. The reason is new bats, called for by NCAA...