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  • Segerstrom Center program promises eclectic variety

    Segerstrom Center program promises eclectic variety
    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Jan. 13 will kick off its first-ever Off Center Festival, an eclectic nine-day program showcasing cutting-edge theater, music and dance, hip-hop, mash poetry and performance art. Aimed at drawing audiences that...
  • District to dedicate new campus

    District to dedicate new campus
    A dedication ceremony is scheduled Friday for the new Coast High School and Huntington Beach Adult School building. The building at 17231 Gothard St. is the new home of the two schools, which share the same space and administration, said Principal...
  • In the Pipeline: Ham radio to the rescue

    In the Pipeline: Ham radio to the rescue
    A recent headline on Reuters read: "Subculture of Americans prepares for civilization's collapse." The subsequent story documented a subculture of Americans who refer to themselves as "preppers." As the story stated, "Some are driven by a fear of imminent...
  • Historic H.B. Post Office could close

    Historic H.B. Post Office could close
    The U.S. Postal Service announced Friday that it is considering shutting down the historic post office in downtown Huntington Beach. Spokesman Richard Maher said the government has launched a study to determine whether it would be feasible to close the...
  • In The Pipeline: Facing surgery with heart

    Two weeks ago, during 5 p.m. Sunday mass at St. Bonaventure, a friend of our family, 16-year old Servite high-schooler Ryan Delcoure, was on the altar. He was receiving a special blessing because the next day, he was going to Children's Hospital Los...
  • Calendar

    SATURDAY Ribbon Cutting Ceremony The Kumon Math & Reading Center, an after-school math and reading enrichment program, opens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house at 9011 Adams Ave., Huntington Beach. The event is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and...
  • Greer's OC: Bellacures now has a local toe-hold

    Bellacures, a high-end Beverly Hills and West Side L.A. nail salon, has expanded to Orange County. Founder Samira Asemanfar has already garnered a following of fans for bringing her nail salon concept of supreme attention to cleanliness and spa-like...
  • From bean fields to ballet: Segerstrom Center celebrates 25 years

    From bean fields to ballet: Segerstrom Center celebrates 25 years
    COSTA MESA — Bonnie Hall was there when the cultural ground in Orange County shifted to the rousing sounds of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. On opening night, Sept. 29, 1986, the soprano and other members of the Pacific Chorale sang the vocal climax...
  • In The Pipeline: Joining the 'Glee' club

    In The Pipeline: Joining the 'Glee' club
    Sitting at a local coffeehouse with Caden Michael Gray, it would be easy to think you're conversing with a seasoned showbiz veteran as opposed to an on-the-rise actor. Then again, both impressions may be accurate. After all, the recent Huntington...
  • Heartfelt tribute lets McCartney's genius be

    As much as I adore The Beatles, the idea of going to a Paul McCartney tribute concert, even one with a symphony, didn't exactly fill me with excitement. After all, the gems of the John Lennon/McCartney catalog have been covered countless times and...
  • Down on Main Street

    Down on Main Street
    He's traveled far and wide to the some of the most desired surf spots in the world, but no matter the exotic destination, Main Street, Huntington Beach, will always remain a magical place for Andy Verdone. It's where the Huntington Beach High surf...
  • City Lights: Community, animals owe her a lot

    This week, Times Community News lost a longtime member of its family. It was a member whom, to my knowledge, I never met in person. Such is the nature of email. Barbara Fischer, who for years contributed the Pet of the Week feature, died Wednesday...