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Holidays

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  • Retail Therapy: Building up to Black Friday

    Discover reading: The Barnes & Noble bookseller at Bella Terra, 7881 Edinger Ave., No. 110, Huntington Beach, is hosting a Discovery Friday event Nov. 22 featuring a full day of activities for the entire family, along with giveaways and book signings....
  • Peter White returns with annual Christmas tour

    Peter White returns with annual Christmas tour
    The day after Thanksgiving, it will be another reunion of sorts. Four decades ago, music-lovers walked past the Golden Bear sign overlooking Pacific Coast Highway and went in to see Peter White perform. Friday night, those who remember the 1970s can...
  • Turkey Bash provides food, comfort

    Turkey Bash provides food, comfort
    Erin Earl is throwing Turkey Bash 2013, a Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless of Huntington Beach, but she is aiming to provide more than just a meal. With the help of the owner of the Huntington Beach Bagelmania Coffeehouse, Earl hopes to create a...
  • In the Pipeline: More than just a day at the beach

    In the Pipeline: More than just a day at the beach
    I first saw them last week at the beach while I was riding my bike, what appeared to be a father pushing his young son in a wheelchair along the bike path and then over the sand toward the ocean. The redheaded boy had a big smile, as did his dad. A...
  • 18 years of handing out turkey dinner

    18 years of handing out turkey dinner
    Frank Tahvildari's decision 18 years ago to serve a free holiday meal each Thanksgiving now means opening the doors to his Huntington Beach restaurant to about 600 people. "I got a place to live, and I got food to eat. Therefore it doesn't hurt me to...
  • Huntington gets Christmas started

    Huntington gets Christmas started
    Downtown Huntington Beach's Christmas tree may be a fraction of the size of those found in neighboring cities, but it still garnered cheers and applause from those attending Sunday's lighting ceremony. Hundreds of residents packed Main Street between...
  • Retail Therapy: Music or the mall?

    Music to my ears: Not in the mood to go to the mall on Black Friday but want to find a classic(al) deal? The Pacific Symphony is hinting to its email subscribers about special one-day-only deals available on its website, http://www.pacificsymphony.org....
  • Boys' Basketball Previews

    Boys' Basketball Previews
    Tipoff for the 2013-14 prep boys' basketball season is just a few days away, with several local schools starting their respective seasons Saturday at the Coaches for a Cause event at Ocean View High. The event, which benefits the Jimmy V Foundation...
  • Store's donation saves Thanksgiving dinner

    Store's donation saves Thanksgiving dinner
    As students in Marina High School's Endeavors program sat down to a turkey feast on Friday, they gave thanks for family, friends and a Thanksgiving meal that almost wasn't. The 22-pound turkey, mashed potatoes and green bean casserole steamed on the...
  • On Theater: Scrooge and gang a holiday gift

    On Theater: Scrooge and gang a holiday gift
    Tradition, in local theater circles, is defined not by the occasional revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" but by the annual appearance of "A Christmas Carol" on the stage of South Coast Repertory — and the inimitable Hal Landon Jr. in the central...
  • Caring shines in downtown H.B.

    Caring shines in downtown H.B.
    While the Light a Light of Love holiday event raises money for youths in need, it also signifies the beginning of the holiday season in downtown Huntington Beach. The nonprofit group Community Service Programs and Surf City will host the annual event,...
  • Hero of Hanukkah touches down at school

    Hero of Hanukkah touches down at school
    The kids at the Hebrew Academy of Huntington Beach could barely contain their excitement Tuesday as a sword- and shield-wielding Judah Maccabee — the hero in the story of Hanukkah — stepped from the Los Angeles Police Department helicopter...