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After months of uncertainty, a school designed to give Newport-Mesa students a jump on college is expanding next school year. Students at Early College High School in Costa Mesa will be able to take extra classes at two local colleges, and in the future...
Using antibacterial soap and ointments to treat all patients in an intensive care unit — not just those who test positive for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA — reduced presence of the antibiotic-resistant superbug by 37%...
Re: "Apodaca: New SAT? How about 'Game of Thrones' style" (May 19): As an application evaluator for UC Irvine, I share many of Patrice Apodaca's concerns over the SAT. She didn't even mention the proliferation of SAT-prep courses that give students, who...
The great flutist-composer Nicole Mitchell moved to Chicago – and launched her international career here – in 1990. More than two decades later, in August of 2011, she left the city for California, yet it's still impossible to think of...
Courtney Corrin soared last month to a national-best long-jump mark for high school girls. She also is a perennial choice for national age-group soccer teams. Her fleet and nimble feet might one day carry her to the Olympics. But greater insight into...
I've never had a good relationship with the sea, or really any large body of water where I could drown. But then I heard about the Moonlight Kayaking tours offered at the Newport Aquatic Center in Newport Beach. I can't tread water, but at 23 I...
Tags: Sports, Memorial Day, Holidays, Boats, Canoeing and Kayaking
Here are two shows well worth a look this weekend. Also of note are the jazz power trio Kandinsky Effect at the Blue Whale on Friday and the Josh Nelson Trio with guitarist Anthony Wilson at Vitello's on Thursday. Blue Cranes and Dylan Ryan's Sand at...
Tags: Harriet Tubman, Culture, Arts and Culture
A popular slogan asserts that tradition never graduates. But for UC Irvine baseball, its status as an elite program seems to be fading faster than it is being fortified. For the second straight season, the Anteaters failed to qualify for the 64-team...
It's summertime in Newport Harbor, and I had promised earlier this year that I would check in with everyone. My first stop was with one of my favorite people, Mandy McDonnell. Mandy is the founder of Paddle for Privates and, in my mind, the person you go...
Jason Dietrich always wanted to put on Cal State Fullerton pinstripes. He cheered for the Titans baseball team as a teenager, and visualized himself as a player jogging onto Goodwin Field to an ovation one day. That dream didn't materialize. But at...
Tribune reporterChicago White Sox scouting director Doug Laumann and his staff are currently making last-minute checks for the 17th pick in Thursday night's amateur draft. It never hurts to make contingency plans, especially after left-hander Chris Sale became...
Tags: Schools, Baseball, Sports, Chicago White Sox, Chris Sale
A San Francisco-based online ticketing service that handles sales for hundreds of theaters, concert halls and sports venues nationwide says its records were hacked this spring and that customers should watch their billing statements to make sure intruders...
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