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  • Retail Therapy: It's the week for eating out

    Foodie fest: Orange County Restaurant Week launches Sunday and runs through March 7. Now in its seventh year, the event is a foodie dream, offering the opportunity to try prix-fixe menus at restaurants ranging from beloved Mexican comfort food to the area's newest and finest. Lunches will cost $10 to $20 and dinners $20 to $50. Get your fill of old favorites and new dares, like burrata, calamari, tikka masala, salmon, caramelized scallops, mussels frites and much more. And if that isn't enough of a draw, many local restaurants have paired with the Girl Scouts to create special cookie-infused desserts for Restaurant Week. Thin Mints Mousse Cake, anybody? Stop by Pascal. Information and menus: ocrestaurantweek.com.
  • School of Rock readies young musicians for the stage

    School of Rock readies young musicians for the stage
    There are performing arts schools for children who want to pursue a career in theater. There are club sports for those who want to improve their chances at making it to the big leagues. But there aren't many options for those who want to start a band....

    Students dress up to stage a mature 'Dinner'

    Students dress up to stage a mature 'Dinner'
    Maddy Holstein grabbed a flat-head brush and using a pale compact foundation applied a thick base coat on a 10th-grader's forehead. "We're just going to age your face," the stage director and makeup artist said while pushing his hair back and creating...

    Sev Ven provides 'ego-free' space

    Sev Ven provides 'ego-free' space
    Kat Monroe was on the verge of setting up an art gallery, but a catchy name eluded her. The Huntington Beach resident only knew that she wanted it to be unique and incorporate her lucky number, seven. Beyond that, she was at a loss. "I was speaking to...

    New game complex brings out the kid in everyone

    New game complex brings out the kid in everyone
    It took an eager, wide-eyed boy to assemble the game lineup at Fuzion, the new family entertainment complex that opened this week in Huntington Beach. That boy exists inside a 38-year-old man, but there you have it. General manager Alfred Sims, who...