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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • 'Zealot' at SCR continues playwright's topical work

     'Zealot' at SCR continues playwright's topical work
    Given how quickly circumstances change around the globe, Theresa Rebeck's new play may evoke some unplanned responses when it premieres at South Coast Repertory. But if it does, Rebeck has been there before — and so has Marc Masterson, the Costa...
  • The Latest: Tired artist's 'Pants'; up-and-comers' EPs

    The Latest: Tired artist's 'Pants'; up-and-comers' EPs
    Artist's Pants Gordy Grundy House of Go-Go; 273 pages We remember so well the cathartic moments after 9/11 — the candlelight vigils, the tributes to first responders — that it's easy to forget how many things simply stopped after the...
  • College commemoration offers lessons of 9/11

    College commemoration offers lessons of 9/11
    Josh McKinsey stood in the entryway to the Irvine Valley College Performing Arts Center with his eyes fixed on 13-year-old television footage from Sept. 11, 2001. The 23-year-old student watched as two Boeing 767s slammed into the north and south towers...
  • Mailbag: 9/11 serves as a reminder of who we are as a people

    Thirteen years ago Thursday, we witnessed the worst terrorist attack ever performed on U.S. soil, losing nearly 3,000 innocent victims, many of them firefighters who rushed into disaster to help. However, the beauty of America, and Americans ourselves,...
  • The God Squad: After 13 years, 9/11 truths linger

    I try not to think about 9/11 until it comes around each year. Thinking about it too much is both frightening and numbing to my soul. It's still too big and too evil to sit comfortably among my remembrances of things past. Even in the days just after the...
  • He has a whale of a time at work

    He has a whale of a time at work
    A pod of dolphins swam briskly Friday, maybe as much as three miles from Crystal Cove, too far away to be spotted from shore. But the mammals didn't go unnoticed: An Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol sergeant looked on. Marine life...
  • Event to focus on disaster readiness

    A long-time community group that promotes the general welfare of Newport Beach is hosting a disaster preparedness presentation Wednesday. The Speak Up Newport event will feature speakers Matt Brisbois, a life safety specialist with the Newport Beach...
  • Community & Clubs: 9/11 remembrance covers all faiths

    This year will mark the first year of a 9/11 memorial focused on interfaith compassion and community building. Interfaith communities will gather at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 23 Lake Road, Irvine, for an...
  • Mailbag: Fact-check before saying man-made warming is a myth

    Re. "Commentary: Global warming activism appears 'contrived," (Forum, Sept. 13): This opinion piece is so full of errors I don't even know where to start. First, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is not some bloated government panel of...
  • Commentary: Tapping God's voice for 25 years

    A musical celebration takes place at Newport Harbor Lutheran Church & School (NHLCS) at 9:15 a.m. every Sunday thanks to the Rev. William Wells. He marked his 25th anniversary as its minister of music and organist during a ceremony Sunday. "For me, every...
  • Carnett: Moving in with the neighbours, eh?

    "I can't tell you Aussies and Kiwis apart," I once confessed to a New Zealander. I'm pretty sure I insulted him. "There are huge differences, mate," the Kiwi corrected, "just as there are big differences between Americans and Canadians. If I said...
  • Concrete cottontails invade park

    Concrete cottontails invade park
    Near a busy corner in Newport Beach, 14 giant concrete rabbits sit on their haunches, poofy tails poking out behind them, long ears perking straight up. They form a circle, facing inward, and stare at each other through painted pastel eyes. It's an...