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Holidays

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  • Drug-tainted Halloween candy may have sickened kids, police say

    At least two children in Southern California have reportedly fallen ill after possibly eating Halloween candy tainted with drugs, authorities said. On Sunday, police in Huntington Beach investigated an incident where a child reportedly began showing...
  • Possible tainted candy sends child to hospital

    Huntington Beach police are reminding parents to check their children's Halloween candy after a child was found to have ingested methamphetamine. According to authorities, a child was taken to an Orange County hospital Sunday afternoon after appearing to...
  • Annual Halloween event continues in new spot

    Annual Halloween event continues in new spot
    It had been floating around in Tony Nobles' mind that maybe he shouldn't put on his legendary Halloween extravaganza this year. It would be too soon after his home in Fountain Valley was destroyed by fire in January. But organizing the free event for 15...
  • Retail Therapy: Scare up a good burrito

    Dia de los deals: Chipotle locations will offer $3 burritos, tacos, salads or bowls from 4 p.m. to closing on Halloween for those who arrive in costume. The Boorito fundraiser benefits the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation. Information: chipotle.com. Boo...
  • Retail Therapy: Build that yoga wardrobe

    Strike a pose: Yoga and activewear apparel designer Solow will hold an event hosted by yogi Angela Leigh of Equinox gym from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Irvine Spectrum Center's Nordstrom store. Attendees will enjoy cold-pressed juices and other...
  • New rules for alcohol venues

    Stricter laws for certain Huntington Beach bars and restaurants in the downtown area are on their way. In a 6-1 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper dissenting, the City Council voted to change city changed the regulations on downtown...
  • The fun doesn't end on the Fourth

    The fun doesn't end on the Fourth
    The morning after the Fourth of July is a time for people to get rest from the celebrations and libations enjoyed the night before. In the Huntington Beach Pier Plaza parking lot Friday morning, however, there was no rest for the dozens of vendors...
  • City moves to protect senior mobile home parks

    Huntington Beach residents living in senior mobile home parks and fearing their conversion to parks with no age limits may get some protection from the city. Council members voted 5-1 on Monday, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper dissenting and...
  • On Theater: Eclectic season at Golden West

    Golden West College's 2013-14 theater season offers something for every taste, from the chilling promise of a totalitarian future to what has been hailed as the funniest farce ever written. The chiller leads off the GWC parade. It's "1984" — a...
  • Retail Therapy: Think big on Labor Day

    Big buys: Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to shop for major purchases like home and patio furniture, appliances and new cars. For appliances, consider the Sears Outlet at 500 W. Warner Ave., Santa Ana, which features deep discounts on scratch-and-...
  • Mailbag: Change on H.B. council? Prove it

    Regarding "Change coming to city council?" Nov. 15: What new era? The Huntington Beach term-limits policies must be revisited. The current system is similar to Russia's, where Putin was able to run for a new term after being out of office a few years. We...
  • From The Boathouse: Advice about holiday lights

    Ahoy! This week is Thanksgiving then the notorious Black Friday sales, and all I can think about are the upcoming boat parades in Orange County's three harbors, which I mentioned in last week's column. What really excites me are the creative styles,...