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Gossiping Gourmet: Finally, Wokcano comes to Orange County

Gossiping Gourmet: Finally, Wokcano comes to Orange County

Wokcano is an Asian restaurant chain that has many branches in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, and one has finally come to Orange County. The recently opened business in Huntington Beach has an extensive menu as well as take-out and delivery service. An outdoor patio features a burning fire...

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  • Mailbag: Change 'do nothing' to 'do something'

    Thank you for the April 29 column by David Hansen on the "do-nothing" attitude of our city meetings ("Meetings and more meetings, and canyon challenges still unresolved"). As a 45-year resident of Laguna Beach, I have stopped attending these frustrating meetings of much talk, more committees and...

  • Reader Report: My loving grandmother just turned 105

    Reader Report: My loving grandmother just turned 105

    Happy 105th birthday to Ruth Phyllis Forbes McLeod of Laguna Hills. As I recently boarded a plane with my father to travel to Italy on a business trip, I reflected on the humbling, yet often wonderful, life my Grammy has had. She was born in Bonesteel, S.D., to her parents, Jennie and William D....

  • Commentary: My fraternity brothers can't believe that I support Hillary Clinton

    Commentary: My fraternity brothers can't believe that I support Hillary Clinton

    I just attended a remarkable gathering of 70 USC fraternity brothers in Las Vegas, of all places. No, we weren't there to canvas for any presidential candidates, although politics was discussed frequently and passionately. Instead, we were there to celebrate our 40th annual weekend of so-so golf...

  • Commentary: Master fear to conquer age decline

    I recently spent a weekend with a delightful couple who at one point expressed concern about the concept of aging. Of the two, my male friend seemed especially concerned. Here was a man who had successfully mastered the financial and political world but was unsure how to master what he perceived...

  • Commentary: Laguna council's subcommittee process inherently biased

    When we were very young, many of us learned that the fairest way for two people to share a cookie was to have one person split it in two and let the other person have first choice of the resulting pieces. It gave the cookie breaker the motivation to be as fair as possible when splitting the cookie....

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