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  • Why the medical device tax needs to stay

    Why the medical device tax needs to stay
    The chief drawback of a law as complex as the Affordable Care Act, the health insurance reform measure passed in 2010, is that it provides self-interested opponents a multitude of places to stick a wedge in and hammer away. But you'd be hard-pressed...
  • Scholar's Bias Against Hispanics Dangerous

    Jason Richwine is a type in American politics. He holds a doctorate from Harvard. He writes studies, appears at conservative conferences in suit and tie, and expounds the same old nonsense about immigrants that we've been hearing since the Know Nothings...
  • Our Laguna: Playhouse fundraiser a California dream

    More than $100,000 was raised at the Laguna Playhouse California Dreamin' fundraiser held Nov. 16 at Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa in Dana Point. Founded in 1920, the Playhouse may be one of the oldest continuously operating theaters on the West...
  • RUTH CARROLL MACDOUGALL McCARTIN

    RUTH CARROLL MACDOUGALL McCARTIN
    RUTH CARROLL MACDOUGALL McCARTIN passed away on November 4, 2012 in Dana Point, California.  She was born in Redwood Falls, Minnesota on December 17, 1925, attended Redwood Falls schools and graduated from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota in...
  • Vote Here To Induct 'The Meters' Into Rock n Roll's Hall of Fame

    Vote Here To Induct 'The Meters' Into Rock n Roll's Hall of Fame
    The Meters are local "funk" legends influencing musicians all over the world. Now they could be joining the ranks of The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones. But it's not a done deal for The Meters. To be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...
  • Volunteer film curator booted

    The Laguna Art Museum dismissed a volunteer film curator last month after finding "financial irregularities" in her work, according to a museum official. Sharon "Keiko" Beatie, who curated films that were showcased by the Laguna Beach Film Society,...
  • Editorial: We Won't Be Cowed By The Terrorists

    Editorial: We Won't Be Cowed By The Terrorists
    What say everyone go to the Boston Marathon next year, to cheer the runners on, support the city and simply make a statement about what kind of society we want to have? That is a society that holds great outdoor celebrations that people can attend...
  • Jeff Harris

    Jeff Harris
    Jeff Harris, 56, of Newport Beach, brother, dearest friend, leader, ally, musician, uncle to many, cohort, wingman and inspiration left us suddenly, Tuesday, March 5, 2013. His smile, wit, loyalty, laugh, intelligence, instinct, talent, passion,...
  • 5 Major Issues This Election Will Settle

    5 Major Issues This Election Will Settle
    Win or lose for Barack Obama, this election is on track to weirdly settle several highly controversial political issues. Here are some rather bold and not-so-bold predictions about the future: 1. All-white parties are over. The Republicans have managed...
  • Joe Surf: Big waves nonexistent this time of year

    We hear it when the surfing superstars of the world make their little comments about the waves in Huntington Beach. They say it all the time, and they were saying it during the U.S. Open a few weeks ago. After Lakey Peterson won the women's title, she...
  • Joe Surf: Big waves hard to find

    We hear it when the surfing superstars of the world make their little comments about the waves in Huntington Beach. They say it all the time, and they were saying it during the U.S. Open a few weeks ago. After Lakey Peterson won the women's title, she...
  • Median income falls, but so does poverty

    Median income falls, but so does poverty
    Middle-class families continued to suffer in the aftermath of the Great Recession, and the poverty rate fell slightly, according to U.S. Census Bureaudata released Wednesday. Median household income fell to $50,054 in 2011, down 1.5 percent from a year...