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By Barry Faulkner | December 22, 2011
IRVINE - The fleeting scent of a UC Irvine men's basketball victory Thursday night was rendered even more fragrant with the advent of Derrick Flowers in bloom. The Anteaters' junior point guard had a career-high nine assists and, combined with a solid performance at UCLA on Tuesday, appears to be making the most of an opening in the starting lineup created by freshman Aaron Wright's right-knee injury four games ago. Flowers was one of a few bright spots for the Anteaters (3-9)
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NEWS
November 2, 2011
Marjorie Lucille Reavie was suddenly taken to her heavenly home on October 14, 2011, while in Aruba vacationing with her husband Dean, her daughter Marilyn, and her son-in-law Mel Wammack.  Her family loved and adored her and all who knew her were blessed by her gracious life.  A memorial service will be held at 10am on Saturday, November 5, 2011, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 600 St. Andrews Road, Newport Beach.  Online condolences may be...
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | August 11, 2011
COSTA MESA - Vibrant sprays of lilies, orchids, daffodils and other blooms surrounded artist Shaile Socher's work space Thursday at the Orange County Fair's "Live, Eat, Grow" exhibit promenade. The delicate, detailed petals looked real, but Socher's flowers were made entirely of sugar. "A florist at a bridal show said that I pretty much fooled her," the Huntington Beach resident said as she molded white sugar-gum petals between her fingertips. "She was at another booth, and she walked over and said that she wanted to check out the competition," Socher continued.
NEWS
May 17, 2011
Doris Uncapher, 85, of Playa del Rey went home to be with the Lord on April 22, 2011.  She was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt, and friend.  She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Keith.  She is survived by her two sons, Jeff (wife, Connie) and Bill (wife, Maria).  A life celebration will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at 8216 Tuscany Ave., Playa del Rey, CA 90293.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Westchester Mental Health Guild, c/o Doris Uncapher Tribute, 8917 – B South Sepulveda Boulevard, Westchester, CA, 90045, (310)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Susanne Perez and John Depko | February 17, 2011
"Blue Valentine" is a film about a couple on the verge of a meltdown, with emotions as raw as the sexuality. The strength of this bittersweet story lies in the care and passion with which it's told. Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling give all-stops-out performances that feel so real, you forget they're acting. It's puzzling that only Williams was given an Oscar nomination. The film opens with the pair going through the motions of a marriage, and you can feel a long-building tension between them.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ron Vanderhoff | February 11, 2011
"Dahlias are back in fashion," said the magazine title. The topic of garden fashion may not be high on your conscious agenda, but I'll bet you subscribe to more gardening trends than you may be aware of. Fifteen years ago, hydrangeas were only seen in grandma's or, maybe even, great-grandma's garden. Calla's were about as hip as knitting. Then, over the past 10 years, both of these seemed to spout up all over the neighborhood. Dahlias seem to be one of the next big plant trends.
NEWS
February 11, 2011
Rosemary Ruth (Looschen) Cox died February 6 of pneumonia at her home in Costa Mesa.   She was born April 6, 1928 to Margaret (Murphy) and Paul Looschen.   She was the youngest of 3 children and was raised with her two older brothers, Mark and Paul, in Nebraska until she turned eighteen.   After she graduated from high school, she bravely took the train to Los Angeles to go to college and see the world beyond Nebraska.   She met Paul Cox at L.A. City College who she married in 1948.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | February 8, 2011
With Valentine's Day on a Monday this year, many couples are making more creative plans to celebrate. Restaurants are offering weekend-long deals, and many are offering special incentives like gift cards for Feb. 14 diners to entice people to dine out on a Monday. To get an idea of availability, visit opentable.com and peruse the offerings. Here are some of our favorite options, ranging from the traditional to the eccentric. Slow hands Spa Gregorie's is offering the chance to develop your massage technique repertoire for $15 per couple.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ron Vanderhoff | December 24, 2010
Chances are, as you read this, your living room is strewn with wrapping paper and holiday greeting cards. Gadgets are being plugged in, instruction sheets are being deciphered and calories are being consumed. The daily paper is soon to be dissected, a preamble to tomorrow's post-holiday sales and savings. Christmas Day celebrations have a lot to do with relationships, sharing, gratitude and peace. Families come together, friends call each other, children are at their happiest and collectively, we all show our appreciation and love for each other.
NEWS
November 24, 2010
Dearly loved mother, grandmother and friend peacefully entered eternal life on November 18 th , 2010. Eloise is preceded in death by her loving husband, Bob, who was at her side for 55 years. She is survived by her daughters, Barbara Margetich, Joan Therrien, Teresa Manni and her son, Bruce Haubrick; son-in-laws Jim Margetich, John Therrien and Art Manni; grandchildren Joseph Margetich, Julie Margetich; Lance Haubrick, Leslie Haubrick; Jeff Therrien; Derrick Manni, Matthew Manni, Melissa Manni; great-granddaughter, Caitlin.
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