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  • The Dekopon arrives in California

    The Dekopon arrives in California
    I still remember the first time I tasted the legendary fruit the Dekopon. Think of a huge mandarin, easy to peel and seedless, with firm flesh that melts in the mouth, an intense sweetness balanced by refreshing acidity, and a complex, lingering...
  • Ted Leo takes an extended solo

    Ted Leo takes an extended solo
    When indie rocker Ted Leo comes to Los Angeles, he and his taut band the Pharmacists typically head to clubs like the El Rey and the Troubadour, where they played a packed, high-energy show last March that included a killer cover of the Waterboys' 1988...
  • Neal Taylor dies at 78; fisherman regaled generations of Santa Barbara anglers

    Neal Taylor dies at 78; fisherman regaled generations of Santa Barbara anglers
    For Neal Taylor, fishing wasn't limited to weekends or, for that matter, water. On one of Santa Barbara's busiest streets, the seven-time national casting champion showed a friend just how it's done, lofting his line into an intersection when the light...
  • Local teams capture silver, bronze medals

    The Laguna Beach Water Polo Club's 14-and-under boys' team captured the silver medal from last weekend's Winterfest tournament at Northwood High in Irvine. Laguna's 14U boys competed in the AA Division, the toughest of all divisions with 16 teams....
  • Memorial for UC Riverside student is Saturday

    A memorial service will take place in Garden Grove on Saturday for a 22-year-old UC Riverside student who drowned in Newport Bay earlier this month, according to school officials said. The service in memory of Alan Sun-Long Lin starts at 9:30 a.m. at the...
  • Rare surgery gives man 2 hearts

    Rare surgery gives man 2 hearts
    LA JOLLA, Calif. -- A San Diego man is recovering following a rare type of surgery at Thornton Hospital that left him with two beating hearts, UC San Diego Health Sciences officials announced Friday. A donor heart was implanted on Sunday to supplement...
  • Dr. Charles Epstein dies at 77; geneticist survived attack by Unabomber

    Dr. Charles Epstein dies at 77; geneticist survived attack by Unabomber
    Dr. Charles Epstein, a UC San Francisco medical geneticist who studied Down syndrome and pioneered genetic counseling for families with affected children, but whose career was temporarily interrupted by a vicious 1993 attack by the notorious Unabomber,...
  • Burned Firefighter Returns to Work, 13 Months After Roof Collapse

    Burned Firefighter Returns to Work, 13 Months After Roof Collapse
    A Modesto firefighter seriously injured after a roof collapsed during a house fire about 13 months ago is soon returning to active service. On Sunday, February 20th, James Adams will return to his previous assignment at Fire Station #5 as the engineer of...
  • CdM takes control

    CORONA DEL MAR — The downpour Coach George Larsen expected Friday came at the right time at Corona del Mar High. In the waning minutes, Larsen watched the rain wash out the season of Garey of Pomona. One goal was the difference in CdM slipping out...
  • Toddler Back in Sacramento After Amputations, Lawsuit Filed

    Toddler Back in Sacramento After Amputations, Lawsuit Filed
    Malyia Jeffers, 2, is back in Sacramento this week and getting physical therapy at UC Davis Medical Center a few months after an infection led to the amputation of her hand and both her legs. "She's very active now and playing, going to the gym and she's...
  • It's A Gray Area: With our help, the brain-injured can thrive

    One of the true embarrassments of our times is that there is no facility in the western United States where brain-injured adults can live, receive appropriate medical care, engage in meaningful employment, and thrive up to the limits of their abilities....