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  • Virgen's View: Uncle Terry delivers

    Sometimes it's all about the timing of things that make can make a normal day exciting. KidWorks, a special charity that helps children in the heart of Santa Ana, knew it would have an annual luncheon just before the college football game: UCLA vs. USC....
  • Leo Arranaga

    Leo Arranaga
    LEO ARRANAGA     Leo Arranaga, beloved husband, father, grandfather and father-in-law was greeted into heaven on October 9, 2012. He was born November 15, 1925 in El Paso, Texas. The family moved to Los Angeles four years later. He graduated as Student...
  • 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...
  • Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard Stevens dies

    Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard Stevens dies
    Richard S. Stevens — co-owner and president of the Balboa Bay Club in the 1960s and 1970s, a commissioner for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and developer of resorts and clubs throughout the world — died at home early Thursday morning in his...
  • From the Sports Desk: Dunn inspires many

    Who is Damon Dunn? Have you ever heard of him? At the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, he could be described as unassuming. In a room full of doctors, lawyers, retired millionaires and former professional football players, Dunn didn't really seem to stick...
  • Steinberg Says: Soccer support still small

    Soccer is the world's passion. Young Europeans grow up with dreams of starring in World Cups in their heads, as do their counterparts in Africa, Asia and South America. Sell-out crowds, massive television coverage of games and media devoted to players...
  • Mesa Musings: Remembering the 'gem' of the Police Department

    Costa Mesa has named its new police chief. I can't help but think of how fortunate we were with the selection of the city's first police chief, nearly 60 years ago. Arthur R. McKenzie was his name. He was quite a guy. Art was affable, good-natured...
  • High School Roundup: Sailors take second at Rose Bowl tourney

    GIRLS' LACROSSE Rose Bowl Tournament PASADENA — Newport Harbor finished second after reaching the final with tight wins over Back Bay rival Corona del Mar and La Canada Saturday. The Sailors lost to Beckman, 5-3, in the title match....
  • CdM Aquatics wins Turbo Cup

    CdM Aquatics wins Turbo Cup
    The CdM Aquatics 14U girls' water polo team won the Turbo Orange County Cup gold division championship game Sunday. CdM defeated Riverside WPC, 8-4, in the title match. The eighth annual Turbo OC Cup was played at pools around Orange County and included...
  • Michaelsen a hit for Tars

    Michaelsen a hit for Tars
    Sierra Michaelsen took up kenpo-style karate in October. She's an orange belt. But her time in the dojo is currently on hiatus as she focuses on a more pressing matter, her senior year for the Newport Harbor High girls' lacrosse team. "Right before...
  • TWO-MINUTE DRILL

     TWO-MINUTE DRILL
    Costa Mesa High quarterback Nathan Alvis topped 100 yards through the air and on the ground, and had a hand in a career-high six touchdowns in the Mustangs' 53-17 nonleague win over La Quinta, Thursday at Bolsa Grande High. The left-handed junior...
  • The Bell Curve: Some Christmas Day word play

    There's a time and space on Christmas when all the gifts have been unwrapped and duly fussed over, when it is too early for dinner, and an entire day faces you. That's when you look for a letdown activity. Movies serve that purpose quite well. There...