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  • 'It's too much fun to miss'

     'It's too much fun to miss'
    Though she had badly burned her hand just days before, Sally Jordan said she just couldn't miss painting on a bright afternoon on Balboa Island. "It's too much fun to miss," the Pauma Valley resident said from behind her easel, where she was painting...
  • The man named Mansoor

    The man named Mansoor
    COSTA MESA — When the taco truck blaring "La Cucaracha" would roll down his street, Allan Mansoor thought less about lunch and more about the song's title, "The Cockroach." He felt the so-called "roach coaches" were proliferating and changing the...
  • Judge awards $1 billion in spam lawsuit

    DAVENPORT, Iowa - A federal judge has awarded an Internet service provider more than $1 billion in what is believed to be the largest judgment ever against spammers. Robert Kramer, whose company provides e-mail service for about 5,000 subscribers in...
  • Columbia panel to determine significance of e-mail warning

    WASHINGTON - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe said yesterday that an independent panel will decide the significance of e-mails by a NASA research engineer warning two days before Columbia broke apart that damage to the shuttle's insulating tiles might have...
  • Hate-crime reports reach record level

    Leaders of Muslim and Arab-American advocacy groups are braced for a backlash if U.S.-led military strikes in Afghanistan lead to a terrorist reprisal on American shores. There already have been hundreds of reports of hate crimes against Muslims and...
  • Reaction reopens wounds for Japanese Americans

    Rui Satamura's high school yearbooks evoke bitter memories -- of being called a "Jap" and spending two years in an Arizona internment camp. She once had two sets of yearbooks. She kept the pair created for students at camp but tossed out the ones from...
  • Watching L.A. grow

    HER gray hair is piled primly atop her head. She wears a simple print dress, clutches a basket of avocados and demurely casts her eyes away from the camera as if she doesn't know what to do with the attention. The headline explains why: "The fascinating,...