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  • Bel Air woman learns outdoor leadership skills in trip to New Zealand

    Bel Air woman learns outdoor leadership skills in trip to New Zealand
    Hiking with a 50-pound backpack for the better part of a day is physically demanding, but doing so up the side of a mountain is exhausting. Wendy Cirko found that out the hard way. She could have been sitting on a couch in her Bel Air home, watching TV,...
  • OCC is losing its sailing symbol

    OCC is losing its sailing symbol
    The Alaska Eagle has proudly displayed the Orange Coast College flag on its stern for 32 years and more than 290,000 miles. But Tuesday morning, as crew members worked to disassemble the 90-foot mast, OCC's flag had been replaced with the red, white and...
  • Jhené Aiko breaks out on her own terms

    Jhené Aiko breaks out on her own terms
    Jhené Aiko offered a quick warning before she played her single, “The Worst.” It’s best enjoyed alone with a joint (her words). She curled into a plush leather chair, took a long sip from a cocktail and gently swayed as the wrenching...
  • Film Review: 'Free Ride'

    In "Free Ride," writer-director Shana Betz's 1970s-set feature debut, an attractive single mother of two (Anna Paquin) escapes a dangerously abusive relationship, relocating to Florida and sliding into a drug-running career. But there are no tense...
  • The Harbor Report: A Passage to a favorite yacht

    The Harbor Report: A Passage to a favorite yacht
    While cruising the harbor this week, I was looking around for Newport Harbor's 10 most interesting boats of 2013. As most of you have noticed, I have quite an attraction to Windward Passage. That's when I picked up the phone and gave her skipper, David...
  • Even with inclement weather, U.S. Sailboat Show draws a crowd in Annapolis

    Even with inclement weather, U.S. Sailboat Show draws a crowd in Annapolis
    The heavy rain had pretty much stopped late Friday afternoon, but along City Dock in Annapolis, the sailing enthusiasts continued to come by the Buster's Marine merchandise tent. David Schmidtt, who had started going to the United States Sailboat Show...
  • La exhibición de botes más grande del mundo arranca hoy en Fort Lauderdale

    La exhibición de botes más grande del mundo arranca hoy en Fort Lauderdale
    La exhibición de botes más grande del mundo está a punto de abrir sus puertas para el deleite de los amantes de todo lo relacionado al mundo marino. El Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show está a un par de semanas de echar anclas y sus...
  • Couple's yellow brick road ends at Pasadena waterfront cottage

    Couple's yellow brick road ends at Pasadena waterfront cottage
    Where there's a will, there's a way — especially if it means securing the house of your dreams. Zach and Mary Kuhn always wanted a home on the water. They were living in upstate New York when they made the decision to move south. After...
  • From the Boathouse: Helping the blind to sea

    Ahoy! Saturday sees an inspiring happening at the American Legion Newport Harbor Post 291, when eager sailors will take part in the Sail for the Blind and Visually Impaired event. Participants will be able to help steer the boats and adjust sheet and...
  • Victorious America's Cup skipper Jimmy Spithill discusses epic race in Annapolis appearance

    Victorious America's Cup skipper Jimmy Spithill discusses epic race in Annapolis appearance
    Shortly after the America's Cup began last month, the trophy Jimmy Spithill and his crew had taken home from Valencia, Spain four years earlier was put out for the 34-year-old skipper and his Team USA crew on their way down to the dock each morning....
  • America's Cup sailor died of 'blunt trauma with drowning'

    An Olympic gold medalist training for the America's Cup who perished in San Francisco Bay when his boat capsized died of "blunt trauma with drowning," according to a medical examiner's report. British Olympic gold medalist Andrew "Bart" Simpson was part...