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  • In the Pipeline: Vegan vandalism not kosher

    In the Pipeline: Vegan vandalism not kosher
    I wrote about a mural in this column two years ago. It covered a large liquor store wall facing the McDonald's near the intersection of Edinger Avenue and Edwards Street, and it depicted all the most iconic McDonald's characters, from Ronald to Grimace to...
  • City Lights: Art didn't deserve butchering

    City Lights: Art didn't deserve butchering
    Two of my greatest passions had a nasty scuffle recently in Huntington Beach. Animal rights won on the street, while artist rights scored a knockout in the media. At times like these, it smarts to be in the middle. For those who missed Chris Epting's...
  • Natural Perspectives: Memoirs of a wildlife photographer

    Natural Perspectives: Memoirs of a wildlife photographer
    Last week, Vic and I wrote about my recent visit to Yellowstone National Park. The reason I was in that area was to attend a wildlife photography workshop in Grand Teton National Park. The workshop was sponsored by a photography group called the...
  • Edison High band and choir showcase skills

    Edison High band and choir showcase skills
    Edison High School presented a showcase of its performing arts programs at the historic Huntington Beach High School Auditorium on Friday. Taking the stage that evening were the Edison High School Jazz Ensemble, the Advanced Choir, Percussion Ensemble...
  • From Hot Wheels to hot reels

    From Hot Wheels to hot reels
    Cameron Lew is truly one of the cool kids of the social media age. The 17-year-old Huntington Beach High School junior has been shooting and editing videos for his YouTube channel since eighth grade. However, Cameron's filming career started as early as...
  • Butterfly sculpture stolen from park

    Butterfly sculpture stolen from park
    A metal butterfly sculpture was stolen from the newly restored Gibbs Park on Saturday night, said Leslie Gilson, park restoration coordinator for the Huntington Beach Tree Society. "We think someone used a metal-cutting tool, cut it and took it that...
  • Art Center holds geometry exhibit

    The Huntington Beach Art Center will hold a reception Saturday for the show "Geometry and Friends" a contemporary exhibition with works by Antonio Beecroft, John Dembski, April Kawaoka, Daniel Man, James Melinat, Christine Nguyen, Pam Posey, Andre...
  • In the Pipeline: Airport's charm will not soon be forgotten

    In the Pipeline: Airport's charm will not soon be forgotten
    Some columns just seem to strike a chord. I can tell right away as the emails start to come in when something has truly resonated. Leave it to Meadowlark Airport to unlock so many memories from those who took to the air there, and also those who enjoyed...
  • Greer's OC: Open surf season

    Tuesday marked the beginning of an incredible free concert series at the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, but BMX, fashion, skating and, of course, surf events will continue from morning until night. The venue opens at 7 a.m. or earlier for the...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Orange County-based band Aloha Radio (pictured) performs a free show at Bella Terra Mall as part of the Summer Concert Series at Bella Terra. The show starts at 7 p.m. SATURDAY: Soul and R&B group Scott Martin Band performs a free...
  • More than a place for mail to gather

    More than a place for mail to gather
    Just as she has done for the last 50 years, Jean Hylton, 85, on Monday walked into the small, buttercup-yellow, one-story building on Pacific Coast Highway between 10th and 11th streets. The building wasn't always yellow — it recently underwent...
  • Reporter's Notebook: The hidden mysteries

    When I was growing up, scavenger hunts usually entailed frantically rushing from neighbor to neighbor asking for obscure items like colored Q-tips and, as a pre-teen, embarrassing feminine products, but apparently that is a thing of the past....