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  • Surfers want more wave time at Newport Beach's famed Wedge

    Board surfers want more time allotted to riding the storied waves off Newport Beach. That was one of several messages delivered to officials at a meeting Monday in Newport Beach, where rules have long put time limits on board surfers versus...
  • The out-of-focus 'religious liberty' argument against gay marriage

     
    Wednesday's print column A rally for same-sex marriage is held outside the State Capitol in Springfield on the first day of the fall veto session in Springfield. (E. Jason Wambsgans, Chicago Tribune /October 22, 2013) Pity the intolerant wedding...
  • Venice Arts celebrates 20 years of photography education

     
    Venice Arts began 20 years ago with 10 kids and a darkroom in a donated basement with a mission to create a vibrant arts center for low-income youth in the Venice community. That workshop seeded Venice Arts’ award-winning Art Mentoring & Education...
  • The Museum of Art introduces two conversation-starting exhibitions

    The Museum of Art introduces two conversation-starting exhibitions
    There is no sarcasm or pretense in Bonnie Clearwater's voice when she describes the pair of exhibitions opening at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale as "Basel bait." The museum's new curator is referring to Art Basel, the tourism tornado that barrels...
  • Students capture city in contest

    Students capture city in contest
    Essays, videos and photographs from more than 200 Costa Mesa students proved there's no place quite like home for the city's youth. Participants, some as young as fifth graders, participated in the fourth-annual contest by the Costa Mesa Library...
  • The Power of Photography: 125 years of National Geographic

     
    When National Geographic gets together with the Annenberg Space for Photography, a little – no a lot of visual magic happens. The next exhibit that celebrates the 125th anniversary of the magazine is nothing short of mind-blowing magic....
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    The power of still photography...
  • Red Morgan: Focus on the faithful

    Red Morgan: Focus on the faithful
    On a late-summer morning in 1975, photographer Red Morgan waded into Clear Lake in Cocoa, Fla., deep enough that the water level licked his kneecaps, and pulled out his Nikon just in time to capture an all-black church performing an immersion baptism...
  • Visual Detective: 'Iranian Living Room'

    Visual Detective: 'Iranian Living Room'
    The face we present in public is not the same as the one that softens when we nuzzle with our dogs or that slackens as we slouch into the couch for a night of TV. Nor is the face we present for photographs the same as the one we wear otherwise: For most,...
  • Review: ABC's 'Betrayal' hits a low in high drama

     Review: ABC's 'Betrayal' hits a low in high drama
    The problem with ABC's perfectly dreadful new drama "Betrayal," well, OK, the main problem is that it takes itself too seriously. There is no shame in selling soap, as the highly-successful and Emmy-nominated "Scandal" has proven, but it does require...
  • Snapping up photos without paying is wrong

    A husband and wife send their kids to a camp for three weeks each summer. They like the camp and their kids will choose to go there for at least 10 years. In addition to the fee they pay to send their kids to this camp, the couple pays an additional $100...