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  • Rick Reilly to speak at Newport Beach library

    Rick Reilly to speak at Newport Beach library
    From his Sports Illustrated column to his work as columnist and personality with ESPN.com and ESPN, Rick Reilly has become a celebrated sports journalist. Reilly, who has been voted National Sportswriter of the Year 11 times, will speak at the Newport...
  • CdM's Maloney featured in Sports Illustrated's 'Faces In The Crowd'

    Tyler Maloney, a Corona del Mar High senior, will be featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces In The Crowd," section in the Dec. 24 issue of the magazine for his stellar play in hockey. Maloney, who also plays on the CdM baseball team, recorded his...
  • Virgen: Hartig comes full circle

    Virgen: Hartig comes full circle
    Wella Hartig, the mother of Aaron and Hayley Peirsol, smiles when she talks about the three spots she'll speak at within six days. The Newport Beach YMCA, Newport Harbor High and Woollett Aquatic Center are meaningful sites to her, a chance for her to...
  • 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,...
  • Mesa Musings: Sports Illustrated leads to best summer — in school

    There's a price to be paid for sitting in the back of a high school algebra classroom and devouring issues of Sports Illustrated strategically hidden behind your textbook. That price is called summer school. And I paid it in 1960. Because I read SI...
  • Steinberg: Lin's story refreshing, inspirational

    Just as we start to get despondent about a sports page that reads like the business section or even worse, the crime beat, along comes a new refreshing young star to give us excitement and hope. Jeremy Lin is the hottest sensation in the NBA this year...
  • Benedict keeps a keen eye

    Ron Benedict and staff had to do "emergency surgery" to the golf course at Newport Beach Country Club two weeks ago. A good 'ole fashioned flush for two days for a course that is preparing to host the annual Toshiba Classic next month. Benedict and his...
  • Planners dream big for TeWinkle Sports Complex

    COSTA MESA — Imagine a mini Wrigley Field or Yankee Stadium across the street from the Orange County Fairgrounds at TeWinkle Park. Perhaps an indoor soccer field. Or larger baseball diamonds that become a hub for local and national tournaments &#...
  • Newport learning lessons

    Every summer Coach Dan Glenn brings his Newport Harbor High girls' volleyball team to Hawaii for a tournament. It is a perfect time to start the upcoming season with good competition, team bonding and most importantly, life lessons, which Coach Glenn...
  • How to be a great agent

    Last week we discussed the hyper-competitive world of sports agentry and what qualities it takes to be successful. It is critical to have a great heart and true compassion for the welfare of athletes. It is critical to keep the concept of being a...
  • Carnett: Finding my own basso profondo

    Longtime Boston Red Sox public-address announcer Carl Beane died last month. Referred to by many as "The Voice of Fenway Park," he was in his 10th season as Red Sox announcer. His affable but measured style exuded class. In a moving tribute to Beane,...
  • Mesa Musings: Sail away with his lectures

    Is there a more knowledgeable sailor in our community than Dave Grant? Because this is my column, I can ask and answer my own questions. My response is, "I think not!" Now, you could hide my knowledge of sailing on the business end of a cotton swab. But...