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  • Prized cars draw in the gawkers

    Prized cars draw in the gawkers
    Ron Inchausti knows art when he sees it. In this case, the art was an authentic BMW 3.0 CSL and Inchausti, the BMW judge at the Huntington Beach Concours d' Elegance, was inspecting every inch from used parts and their installation to the type of...
  • Library theater serves up a mixed package

    Library theater serves up a mixed package
    The Huntington Beach Central Library's stage has had its hands full this year: serving theater, serving God and serving efficiency. Since last summer, Mariners Church has hosted its Sunday services in the library theater at 7111 Talbert Ave., having...
  • Homeless man arrested for alleged sex with minor

    Homeless man arrested for alleged sex with minor
    A Huntington Beach homeless man was arrested on suspicion of having unlawful sex with a minor around 7 a.m. Friday. Huntington Beach Police Department patrol officers found Christopher Lee Miller, 28, sleeping under a comforter with a 15-year-old girl...
  • In the Pipeline: 'A lovely venue in a lovely town'

    In the Pipeline: 'A lovely venue in a lovely town'
    The Golden Bear closed down in January 1986, though to hang around people who frequented the place, you might swear the dark, cozy, intimate musical venue once located near PCH and Main is still there. People speak of it in such loving and present terms,...
  • Mailbag: Measure Z not worth the losses

    By now, many people have seen the orange posters around town that say "No on Z." But what exactly is Measure Z? Measure Z proposes the elimination of a property tax that helps to fund the pensions of public employees. Unfortunately for the city and...
  • Mailbag: Doing the math on LeBard

    Along with school boards urging approval of new funds through Proposition 38, you'd think they would be frugal with the funds they already have — but not the Huntington Beach City School District board. For the last 18 months, they have expended...
  • Taste of H.B. will support Children's Library

    The 13th annual Taste of Huntington Beach is expected to bring together 50 eateries and 30 wineries and breweries and feature a silent auction and live entertainment. Proceeds will benefit the Huntington Beach Children's Library. This year the culinary...
  • Around Town: Wedding bells are gonna ring

    Around Town: Wedding bells are gonna ring
    Exciting news for Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper. He announced that on Valentine's Day he asked Elizabeth Byrne to marry him. Best news is, she said yes. The couple attended Huntington Beach High School together, but Harper said they didn't start dating...
  • In the Pipeline: Kids quiz the author

    In the Pipeline: Kids quiz the author
    For me, the best part about being an author is the chance to go to schools and not so much talk to kids (though I love doing that), but hear their questions. As good or better than any interviewer that will sit down to talk with you, kids seem to cut...
  • In the Pipeline: Fountain Valley's own 'War Horse'

    In the Pipeline: Fountain Valley's own 'War Horse'
    The horses arrived in Costa Mesa this week. As you may have heard, the Tony award-winning "War Horse," one of the most lauded stage productions in decades, is opening at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. And playing a key role in the World War I story...
  • Exploring the other Maverick

     Exploring the other Maverick
    Linda Alexander favors an underdog. The 56-year-old Maryland author's intent is to give a fair shake to those who haven't been a staple of the public eye. Hence, the late Jack Kelly, who died in 1992, served her well as the protagonist of her latest...
  • Nonprofit group told to relocate

    The Huntington Beach City Council gave the Beach Cities Interfaith Services organization a 60-day notice Tuesday night to leave its facility in the Main Street Library and relocate to a property off Gothard Street. The motion passed with a 5-1 vote,...