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  • Religion on the brain: Media accounts can make your head spin

    Religion on the brain: Media accounts can make your head spin
    Want to see how media spin works? This time, it IS brain surgery. The basic story: Two psychological researchers from Wayne State University found that when people have traumatic brain injuries, they rehabilitate better if they have "higher levels of...
  • Perrine hired as assistant at UCI

    Perrine hired as assistant at UCI
    Eric Perrine is back near the beach. He's returning to a place he calls home. Perrine, a 1999 Newport Harbor High graduate, has been named an assistant coach of the UC Irvine women's volleyball team, head coach Paula Weishoff announced Thursday. "It...
  • City Council wrap up

    The following is from the March 1 meeting of the Laguna Beach City Council. Arts Commissioner Patricia Kollenda announced Alliance for Arts activities, which can be reviewed at http://www.lagunabeacharts.org. She also announced that No Square Theatre's...
  • Eustis woman who befriended homeless man passes down a legacy of caring

    Put your feet up. You deserve it after a rough day of shopping. Here at Column World, we're going to get you comfortably caught up on past goings-on in Lake County whilst you sip your favorite beverage. Homeless man's friend Remember Marlene Homeyer,...
  • Remember the day it snowed in South Florida?

    Remember the day it snowed in South Florida?
    It was the only time in South Florida history that snow fell from the skies, swirling over palm trees, dazzling school children and surprising the region’s normally sun-baked residents. That was on Jan. 19, 1977 - 35 years ago Thursday....
  • Mark Tribe's Port Huron Project via Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions

    Mark Tribe's Port Huron Project via Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
    Early Saturday evening, Providence, R.I.-based artist Mark Tribe orchestrated a reenactment of a 1971 speech by Chicano labor activist César Chávez protesting the Vietnam War. On the South Lawn of Exposition Park, midway between the Natural History Museum...
  • The Right Direction

    THE BEGINNING... SM: So you started acting at six on The Andy Griffith Show. Your dad, Rance, was also an actor. RH: My dad was a good teacher. He’d never been to Strasberg, but he’d taken enough classes to understand the fundamentals—just to listen and...
  • DVD system ripped out of vehicle

    A built-in DVD system and other property was reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked overnight in the 1400 block of Coral Drive, Laguna Beach Police Lt. Jason Kravetz said. The DVD system was ripped out of the vehicle, Kravetz said. The total loss...
  • Religious groups joined forces to help Hurricane Andrew's victims

    Shortly after the winds stopped screaming and the patio chairs stopped flying, Pastor Joseph Coats and his family hurried to Glendale Baptist Church. Hurricane Andrew, they found, had ruined the sanctuary. The roof had been staved in by a wind-driven...