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  • OC Jury Finds Rapist, 14, Guilty

    published Aug 13, 2007

    An Anaheim teenager tried as an adult for a shocking kidnapping-robbery-forced-sodomy crime spree that victimized four 12 and 13-year-old boys in 2004 was convicted this afternoon of committing 11 fel... More >>

  • Monday's Headlines & Surprises: 200 million pixel TV!!!

    published Aug 13, 2007

    Is that a freckle? Reporter David Haldane finds that UC Irvine used a $300,000 federal grant to build a screen 100 times more detailed than the current best high-definition television. Its 23-by-9-fo... More >>

  • Sunday's Headlines & Surprises: iPhone Thumb Surgery?

    published Aug 12, 2007

    Picking themselves up with your bootstraps: The lobbyists at the Orange County Tourism Council believe they are entitled yet again to a public handout. And, once again, they're going to get it withou... More >>

  • Saturday's Headlines & Surprises: Pampering Predators

    published Aug 11, 2007

    To Catch--and Pamper!--a Predator: Where the hell is Chris Hansen with Dateline NBC? Why do I ask? Well, in Orange County, authority figures--particularly cops--nabbed for outrageous sexual conduct e... More >>

  • Friday's Headlines & Surprises

    published Aug 10, 2007

    No, really? You can finally relax. The Coastline Pilot decided it was time to voice its opposition to alcohol consumption by teenagers. “Drinks, teens shouldn't mix,” the Los Angeles Times-owned ... More >>

  • Thursday's Headlines & Surprises

    published Aug 09, 2007

    Speed Eating: Would you eat 42 peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches in 10 minutes for $1,500? Patrick “P-Rock” Beroletti, a twentysomething-year-old Chicago cook, won the Drum Corps International W... More >>

  • Wednesday's Headlines & Surprises

    published Aug 08, 2007

    New pig squealing at the public trough: Barbara Diamond at the Coastline Pilot reports that Laura Parisi--the elected Laguna Beach city treasurer--recently received a 12 percent raise for her public ... More >>

  • Overheard in OC: "Don't Date No White Girl"

    published Aug 04, 2007

    "No, like, dude, don't date no white girls. They're, like, plain. You know? They have no spice like a Mexican girl. I'm not trying to use stereotypes. (Silence.) Uh-huh, uh-huh. (Silence.) No, I know ... More >>

  • MTV says it puts Newport High males "in the hole"

    published Aug 01, 2007

    Matt Coker, our beloved ex-colleague who is now editor at the Sacramento News & Review, couldn't hide his contempt for MTV's world-(in)famous Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County. I'd swear his right ... More >>

  • Bag Lady Heat Retreat Found

    published Aug 01, 2007

    Those of us who routinely visit Orange County's Central Courthouse are accustomed to brief delays for security precautions. Usually some first time visitor didn't read the signs that state people can'... More >>

  • OC White Supremacist Killer Avoids Death Penalty

    published Jul 31, 2007

    Just before lunch today, the jury in the Michael Allan Lamb murder case announced itself "hopelessly deadlocked" on whether the Public Enemy Number One (PENI) Death Squad member deserved the death pen... More >>

  • Saturday's Headlines & Surprises: 'Stinky' White House

    published Jul 28, 2007

    777: The Gabrielino-Tongva tribe is coming to Garden Grove with a huge bag of Halloween goodies. What's the treat? $78 million-a-year to city coffers, 10,000 permanent new jobs and college scholarshi... More >>

  • Friday's Headlines & Surprises: Excessive Force?

    published Jul 27, 2007

    Shoot 15 times, ask softball questions later: The parents of Ashley MacDonald, the 18-year-old Huntington Beach girl killed by two police officers, filed an excessive force lawsuit yesterday in U.S. ... More >>

  • OC Magazine Bought

    published Jul 26, 2007

    Emmis Publishing announced this morning that it has purchased Orange Coast Kommunications, Inc., publisher of 33-year-old Orange Coast magazine. This should be excellent news. Among it's media (radio... More >>

  • Thursday's Headlines & Surprises: Dirty Cop Sting

    published Jul 26, 2007

    Catch a crooked cop: Nope. Sorry. Not here in the USA. No way. But in Mexico, authorities want a no corruption zone for the the five-mile road from the Tijuana border south to the beach. Officials ar... More >>

  • Wednesday's Headlines & Surprises: Total Idiot

    published Jul 25, 2007

    Fatal Femmes! In the July 30 issue of Time, Sean Gregory reports on the Fatal Femmes Fighting Championship for all-female mixed-martial arts caged combat. Need I say more? Well, okay. In an enjoyable... More >>

  • Young Guns 3 World Premiere in HB

    published Jul 24, 2007

    Watch Quiksilver's "hottest up-and-coming surfers" in the Thursday, July 26 world premiere of Young Guns 3. Like our editorial assistant Amanda, you too might be asking yourself: What is a Young Gu... More >>

  • Tuesday's Headlines & Surprises: MTV films Newport Harbor High!

    published Jul 24, 2007

    A patriot act: To celebrate a trip home from Bagdad to Laguna Niguel, Army Cpl. Jon Warren sipped a Corona beer, smiled and bit into a tuna sandwich. Greg Hardesty of the Reg tells us that Warren spe... More >>

  • Sunday's Headlines & Surprises

    published Jul 22, 2007

    'Biggest racist ever' back on Anaheim school board: Last week, the Anaheim Union School District appointed Harald Martin to an open board seat created by the death of Denise Mansfield-Reinking. I man... More >>

  • Saturday's Headlines & Surprises

    published Jul 21, 2007

    Saddle Sores: Supervisor John Moorlach hasn't been in office long but he could be the most revolutionary county politician since . . . well . . . we haven't had any revolutionary politicians on the b... More >>

  • Thursday's Headlines & Surprises: Register Slams Sheriff

    published Jul 19, 2007

    A broken clock is right more often than Rohrabacher: Orange County Congressman Dana Rohrabacher recently uttered that President George W. Bush deserves another six months to turn things around in Ir... More >>

  • OC congressman: Japan must apologize for WWII sex

    published Jul 18, 2007

    KNBC is reporting today that Orange County Republican Congressman Ed Royce thinks the Japanese government hasn't adequately apologized for converting 200,000 Asian women into sex slaves — or "comfo... More >>

  • Wednesday's Headlines & Surprises: An OC Blog Coward

    published Jul 18, 2007

    What did the OC billionaire do when the wife was away? Computer-chip magnate Henry T. Nicholas III won big in a 1998 public stock offering for his Broadcom Corp., and to celebrate, he built an extra... More >>

  • Tuesday's Headlines & Surprises: Poor Mike Carona

    published Jul 17, 2007

    OC's Embarrassing Buford T. Justice: Law-enforcement helicopters and ground crews normally — blatantly — tail me. You should have seen them after I revealed that local cops had planted a handgun ... More >>

  • Monday's Headlines & Surprises

    published Jul 16, 2007

    Democrats flip-flop on SoCal bribery case report: Greg Miller at the Los Angeles Times says an internal investigations report by the House Intelligence Committee continues to remain off-limits to the... More >>

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