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Lambert, Elon University President Ever since my daughter was little, I've dreamed about November of 2013. Project 88 began when Keith Sharon bought this 1950s-era Smith-Corona 88 typewriter on eBay...Alison (her name was inspired by the Elvis
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Earl Fusselman, a Newport Beach Police Department volunteer since 1998 and a Corona del Mar resident, died over the weekend...Fusselman was still doing weekly vacation check patrols up until three weeks ago, according to the Newport Beach Police
The Pacific Symphony got the annual barrage of holiday concerts going in a different way Sunday afternoon in Segerstrom Concert Hall with a rare performance of Handel's Judas Maccabaeus. The oratorio, composed in 1746, a few years after Messiah,
If you're like me, every morning you read the newspaper sipping coffee while unknowingly pouring poison into your body poison the Food and Drug Administration pretends doesn't exist. Sure, we knew that regular non-dairy creamer contains trans fat.
California's government finances are riding the roller coaster again. Buoyed by a soaring stock market and rising home prices, personal income tax receipts are flowing into the state treasury at a rate exceeding all expectations. The result: a
Last week, five-year CEO Mike Duke learned he is out as of Feb 1. The giant discounter failed on many fronts, like keeping key merchandise in stock. His successor will fight growing competition for tight-fisted shoppers.
Every day, unnamed sources spill the beans, largely consequence-free. Sources close to the family share intimate details, close friends divulge juicy celebrity tidbits and anonymous senior White House officials reveal information gleaned in
At the Santa Ana headquarters of Rokform, a three-year-old phone accessory maker, there's a 3D printer sitting next to the lead designer's desk so that he can quickly turn out prototypes. In a nearby shop, a pair of $100,000-plus automated machines
Metrolink has bet $130 million and a big part of its fleet on a new kind of locomotive designed to run cleaner than anything like it in the soot-smudged history of American railroads. If it can deliver on that and project managers say they have no