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  • Pearl Harbor Survivor Found Living in Filth, Caretaker Arrested

    Pearl Harbor Survivor Found Living in Filth, Caretaker Arrested
    EL CAJON, Calif. -- The caretaker of a 93-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor found disoriented and living in filth in his San Diego County home pleaded not guilty to elder abuse and other felonies Thursday. Milagros Angeles, 62, is charged with false...
  • Can Americans reconcile with Islam?

    Q. A leading Islamic cleric has begun a tour of America urging American Muslims to help shape the religion’s relationship with the USA. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf says Muslims should depoliticize their faith and that they should aim to make Islam be...
  • Former mayor was 'always thinking of others'

    Former Laguna Beach mayor and businessman Charlton Phillips Boyd died Feb. 3 in Dana Point. He was 91. "Anyone who can live their lives the way 'Charlie' did and make it to 91 will have pr etty good lives," City Councilwoman Verna Rollinger said....
  • Community & Clubs: Luncheon location has changed

    Wednesday's meeting of the Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council luncheon has been relocated from Hoag Hospital Irvine to the Hoag Cancer Center auditorium, on the lower campus at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, One Hoag Drive, Newport Beach....
  • "A Fierce Radiance" by Lauren Belfer

    "A Fierce Radiance" by Lauren Belfer
    "A Fierce Radiance" By Lauren Belfer HarperCollins, 544 pages. $25.99 Like the doctors, scientists, detectives, soldiers, captains of industry, glamorous photographers and hot-blooded lovers who swirl through Lauren Belfer's World War II novel, 'A...
  • California Capitol Airshow Inspires New Generation

    At the California Capital Airshow, the acts range from lighthearted chopper tricks to the deadly serious. For organizers, the display of aviation power at Mather Field is a chance to inspire a new generation of leaders. "The best way to inspire our...
  • 9/11

    9/11
    It was a tough day for most Americans yesterday.  Chances are, if you watched any TV at all, outside of NFL football, you saw a lot of programming remembering the tragedy of September 11th, 2001.   A decade ago yesterday, 20 terrorists, all Muslim and 19...
  • Joe Surf: Skimming the surface for a different kind of ride

    Yes, I know, the blockbuster event of the summer — the US Open of Surfing — is just a little more than two weeks from getting underway on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier. But the biggest surfing event in the world isn't all that'...
  • Education Matters: Learning from the past

    Education Matters: Learning from the past
    Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
  • Piece of Mind: Forgetting our protectors

    Piece of Mind: Forgetting our protectors
    Unlike some of the men of his generation, he was not eager to be a soldier. He did not rush to enlist, following Japan's Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor and the declaration of war on the U.S. by Germany's Adolph Hitler that followed a few days later....
  • Mesa Musings: Koreas' war far from over

    "In the spring … kings go off to war," the author of 2 Samuel wrote three millennia ago. Lee crossed the Potomac and invaded the Union in June 1863; Hitler ran roughshod over France in May 1940; and North Korea invaded the South in June 1950....
  • Nearly seven decades later, Pearl Harbor attack still a vivid memory

    Nearly seven decades later, Pearl Harbor attack still a vivid memory
    The view looking out from the San Diego-bound Amtrak Surfliner on Saturday was Americana 2010. Morning garage sales, youth soccer games and grocery shopping trips flicked past at 80 mph. But inside a 1940s-era first-class lounge car, it was pure 1941,...