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  • O.C. Bargainista: Shopping can be good for the environment

    Freebie of the Week: To commemorate Earth Day, bring in a travel cup and receive a free coffee or tea Friday at participating Starbucks stores. Visit starbucks.com. Celebrate Earth Day at Anthropologie with a free workshop on crafting with cork from 10...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Ralphs gives away medical info kits

    Freebie of the Week: Stop by your local Ralphs' in-store pharmacy the first week of May to pick up a free Info-4-Life kit, which makes medical information available to emergency medical personnel. The kit includes two medical information forms (one for...
  • 'High Cost' strikes a melancholy chord

    While many films show what a dose of good luck can do for someone, "The High Cost of Living" reveals how a matter of seconds can change the course of someone's life indefinitely and not always for the better. Starring Zach Braff and Isabelle Blais, the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Solar panel talks move to Oct. 26

    A City Council discussion on solar panels will be moved from Tuesday's Newport Beach meeting agenda so members can devote more time to the issue at an Oct. 26 study session. The question of whether local government can regulate solar panels became heated...
  • To sell home this summer, prepare now

    We can start 2011 with a few assumptions on which most real estate analysts will agree. First, mortgage interest rates will rise, probably to 5.5% or up to 5.7%. As I wrote last week, that is historically cheap money. Second, home prices will increase...
  • In The Arts

    Festival of Arts applications due The Festival of Arts is accepting artists' applications through 4 p.m. Jan. 21 for its summer 2011 show. The highly competitive regional juried fine art show, which features original artwork by southern Orange...
  • Charles Bookhammer dies at 61; longtime Hawthorne councilman

    Charles Bookhammer dies at 61; longtime Hawthorne councilman
    Charles Bookhammer, a former Hawthorne councilman and longtime aide to retired Los Angeles County Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke, died Thursday at UC Irvine Medical Center. He was 61. His daughter, Brandi, said he died of complications from surgery for an...
  • PASSINGS: Ernest D. Sillers, Dee Anthony, Luanne Pfeifer

    PASSINGS: Ernest D. Sillers, Dee Anthony, Luanne Pfeifer
    Ernest D. Sillers Founder of Episcopal schools The Rev. Canon Ernest D. Sillers, 99, who founded several Episcopal schools and St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in San Juan Capistrano, died of natural causes Oct. 15 at Saddleback Memorial Hospital in...
  • Marine Cpl. Donald J. Hogan, 20, San Clemente; killed by roadside bomb

    Donald J. Hogan always wanted to be a soldier. As a kid, every year on his birthday, he would ask for a toy gun. Once, his parents remember, he asked for an Apache helicopter. A real one. On Halloween, he often dressed up as a soldier. And once, when...
  • Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist

    Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist
    Richard J. O'Neill, a prominent landowner and Democratic Party activist who helped transform the landscape of Orange County by developing his family's vast Rancho Mission Viejo, died Saturday. He was 85. O'Neill, who served as California Democratic Party...
  • Many pets are given away amid economic downturn

    Many pets are given away amid economic downturn
    The story of this Juliet, an American pit bull terrier, has its share of tragedy. She was kenneled with an Orange County veterinarian because her owner was hit by catastrophic illness. When poor health and medical bills took their toll, the owner sadly...