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  • Hurley bringing art to US Open

    Hurley bringing art to US Open
    Though Vans is the new sponsor of the upcoming US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, Hurley wasn't going to let the skateboarding brand have all the fun. Hurley, a four-year supporter of the competition with parent company Nike, will host a weeklong...
  • Beat goes on at H.B. gallery

    Beat goes on at H.B. gallery
    In the shadow of Bella Terra, a photographic exhibition is underway that chronicles a lesser-known French chapter in the history of the counterculture Beat movement. Through April 21, the OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art in Huntington Beach's Old World...
  • A towering effort

    A towering effort
    Patrick Vogel never saw the World Trade Center outside of photographs, and he didn't know anyone who died on9/11. But as far as the Long Beach artist is concerned, he has a connection — a slight, geographical one — to the terrorist attacks...
  • Art Center opens annual exhibition

    Art Center opens annual exhibition
    The Huntington Beach Art Center on Friday will open its 14th annual "Centered on the Center" exhibition. As many as 190 artists from Orange County and other parts of Southern California, who represent an array of genres and artistic levels, will be...
  • City Lights: The Oscar pool is on

    Everyone has at least one skill that doesn't have a practical use. Mine is the ability to name every movie ever to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. I absorbed that knowledge from years of reading critical studies of the Oscars, to the point...
  • Each exhibit is a new set of challenges

    Each exhibit is a new set of challenges
    SANTA ANA — Before he began to work closely with Anne Shih in the mid-1990s, Bowers Museum President Peter C. Keller had traveled to the Far East on business many times. Still, the 64-year-old veteran Los Angeles-area museum executive, by his own...
  • In the Arts

    Colburn to surfing foundation Bolton Colburn, the 56-year-old former head of the Laguna Art Museum, is riding a different kind of cultural wave. The Surfing Heritage Foundation in San Clemente has named the ex-U.S. Amateur Surfing champ as its new...
  • A sneak peak ahead of 'The Private Collection Tour'

    A sneak peak ahead of 'The Private Collection Tour'
    Darlene D. DeAngelo opened the double-door to the anonymous home in Lakewood and stepped into its main entrance hall. Works by famous artists from the world of pop and abstract art lined the hallway. These included two pieces by the late Victor Vasarely,...
  • In the Pipeline: One small step for wellness

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, childhood obesity has more than tripled in the past 30 years. Obese youth are more likely to have risk factors for heart disease, such as high cholesterol or high blood pressure. They are also...
  • Peer into CALIdoscope

    Peer into CALIdoscope
    Curator Darlene DeAngelo hopes to stimulate the minds of Surf City citizens through a new show at the Huntington Beach Art Center. "I am interested in showing this community really new and exciting work, things that you wouldn't normally see in a beach...
  • Greer's OC: Finding a cure to Type 1 diabetes

    Chances are you know someone who has diabetes or your life is affected by it. Thankfully, researchers and scientists are dedicating their lives to finding a cure. From 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 3, join award-winning documentary filmmakers Lisa Hepner and Guy...
  • The Dude abides at OCC, man

    The Dude abides at OCC, man
    COSTA MESA — Where else could the Lebowski Fest have started but in a bowling alley? The movement that hero worships His Dudeness and All Things Dude took root 10 years ago, not in the Golden State but in the Bluegrass State. In October 2001,...