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  • The time is ripe for figs, apricots and peaches at Pasadena Victory Park

    The time is ripe for figs, apricots and peaches at Pasadena Victory Park
    The Pasadena Victory Park farmers market, founded 25 years ago, continues to be large, well-run and focused on produce. This week, Mike Taylor, a backyard grower from West Covina, will have luscious Adriatic and Mission figs from the breba crop (borne on...
  • A little summer reading

     
    Going on my summer vacay in a few weeks and I'm determined not to bring diet, fitness or nutrition books with me. I may not even have a copy of Prevention stashed in my handbag (I always keep one around).......
  • College football roundup: Injuries strike UConn, Washington, Wisconsin

     
    College football roundup: Injuries strike UConn, Washington, Wisconsin Because sometimes you can't keep up with all of the college football news from the weekend....
  • Muskegon Heights Forfeits, Scores 75, Holds Steady

    Muskegon Heights Forfeits, Scores 75, Holds Steady
    Muskegon Heights forfeited their impressive season opening win over Muskegon Oakridge for the use of an ineligible player. It was found that starting wide reciever and defensive back Mike Taylor had used the allotted 8 semesters of athletic eligibility...
  • 10 things you might not know about dirty politics

    10 things you might not know about dirty politics
    It's that season again, when the dead return to life. We're not talking about Halloween--we mean Election Day, when ghost voters haunt the land. Here are 10 examples of political dirty tricks: 1. When unscrupulous British political operatives show up...
  • Defense shines for OCC

    COSTA MESA — The Orange Coast College defense appeared to pick up where it left off last season in the Pirates' intrasquad football scrimmage Saturday at OCC. But despite the offense's struggles on the ground against a unit that ranked No. 3 in...
  • OCC football schedule softens

    A realignment of community college football divisions in Southern California should allow Orange Coast College to achieve more success, beginning this fall. The Southern California Football Assn. governing body expanded a two-division format to three...
  • Big West byes eliminated

    Big West byes eliminated
    UC Irvine men's basketball coach Russ Turner said recently that he had yet to exhale with any form of relaxation since being hired in early April. And regardless of how well the Anteaters do in Turner's first season, they will not have any chance to...
  • OCC offense seeks heroes

    When media relations folks go looking for a preseason football poster boy, their first instinct is to head for the team's offensive huddle. But unless they want to consider a receiver who did not score a touchdown, or perhaps an offensive lineman,...
  • Pirates struggle, remain winless

    LONG BEACH — There has been little cause for celebration for the Orange Coast College football team this season. But the last play of a 31-12 loss to host Long Beach Saturday at Veterans Stadium at least provided a promising salutation. Freshman...
  • Pirates remain winless

    COSTA MESA — At its next home football game, Orange Coast College will honor the 1975 national championship team. And after a 46-10 drubbing at the hands of visiting Los Angeles Harbor Saturday night, OCC faithful are clearly pining for the...
  • Pirates give a scare

    EL CAJON — The Orange Coast College football team had lost its first three games, much of the faith of its fan base, and nearly three dozen players from its preseason roster heading into Saturday's road game against highly regarded Grossmont. But...