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TILL FRIDAY Cruise of Lights The Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee presents the 49th annual Cruise of Lights, a 45-minute narrated boat tour through the harbor with lighted boats, decks, docks and homes. Cruises depart every day at 5:30, 6:30,...
So it turns out Huntington Beach is haunted. And by a pretty renowned specter too. That was one of the things I learned Tuesday morning as I took a walking tour of downtown with two members of the city's Historic Resources Board. On the tour, we passed...
For Haley Nguyen, the traditional Banh Chung cake brings back a lot of memories, including staying up all night preparing it. Nguyen, the chef and owner of Xanh Bistro in Fountain Valley, grew up in a small village in Vietnam before immigrating to the...
Huntington Beach High School's Academy for the Performing Arts has its own All-Star Game, and it's on stage through this weekend. It's "Into the Woods," the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical that takes our well-known fairy tale characters, dumps them...
Google's glasses may one day whisper in your ear an old acquaintance's name when you unexpectedly bump into them at a party. Google's car will drive itself in years — not decades. And what if Google's search engine could predict a question you...
A multigenerational saga about disrupted family ties and their repercussions over several decades, the novel begins with an ominous fable told by Saboor, a desperately poor man in a small village, to his 11-year-old son, Abdullah. As Abdullah comes to...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesWith 2009′s “Star Trek,” filmmaker J.J. Abrams breathed new life into one of science fiction's most venerable franchises. His sleek […]...
Sometime in the next few weeks, if you're walking down Fullerton Avenue around DePaul University and have 15 minutes to spare, duck into the tidy brick building alongside the CTA station. Here you will find the DePaul Art Museum, an institution so...
Baltimore's Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum should reopen Oct. 4, the group responsible for making it profitable announced this week. "That's the official goal. That's the date," said Baltimore-based actor and author Mark Redfield, vice president of Poe...
Ready to recreate? Here are some top-notch entertainment choices for the days ahead. Find details about the area's fun and games at HRTicket.com. In co-ordination with the release of "Star Trek Into Darkness" the Virginia Air & Space Center is hosting...
Chris P. Bacon is hogging the spotlight. Since becoming an Internet sensation this year, the disabled pig from Clermont that uses a wheelchair to get around has appeared on national television and at several Orlando-area charity events. He has a new...
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Phil Jackson was just messing with us, once again. The wily former coach of the Lakers and Chicago Bulls wrote a book in 2004 that was called "The Last Season." It seemed true at the time, but the legendary leader came back for a six-year run with the...
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