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  • From The Boathouse: Set some boating resolutions

    Ahoy! Well the new year is here. I know all good boaters have made their new year resolutions, which will be broken before the spring thaw. Oh wait, Orange County harbors do not have a spring thaw, so how many resolutions will be broken before the yacht...
  • For historian, knowledge is ingrained

    For historian, knowledge is ingrained
    Anyone can brush up on old stories, but according to Huntington Beach city historian Jerry Person, a good historian needs to have lived it. "You can't just have a degree in history. You have to have lived in the town or city for at least 20 years," he...
  • Natural Perspectives: Rainbow isn't stealing our gold

    Natural Perspectives: Rainbow isn't stealing our gold
    Some people in town are upset because our trash collection fees may go up. Like other homeowners, Vic and I got the notice that the city of Huntington Beach is proposing to raise the residential trash collection fees. Vic thought the proposed fee...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: This food not for the faint of heart

    The Gossiping Gourmet: This food not for the faint of heart
    We've all had the experience of walking into a Chinese restaurant and being handed a menu that looks exactly like the menu in every other Chinese restaurant we've been to: egg rolls, wonton soup, kung pao chicken, moo shu pork, sweet and sour shrimp,...
  • Sounding Off: Gulf oil spill reminds us to protect our own wetlands

    The tragedy that struck the coastal wetlands of the Gulf Coast raises the question: Could a similar catastrophe occur to our own wetlands like Bolsa Chica, which is still an active oil field? Over the years, a few oil spills have occurred in the wetland...
  • State cleaning landfill lagoons

    Residents near the Ascon Landfill Site should expect increases in traffic, noise and possibly unpleasant smells as officials begin removing pollutants from the site Monday. The state Department of Toxic Substances Control is overseeing the cleanup and...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Menu choices for any lifestyle at bambú

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Menu choices for any lifestyle at bambú
    At the Newport Beach Restaurant Week kickoff party, we had the pleasure of talking with Chef Chad Blunston from bambú Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel. He was very excited about his new customized menu catering to guests' special dietary needs. It is...
  • KOCE announces move to Costa Mesa

    COSTA MESA — KOCE-TV, the Orange County's PBS station that has operated for nearly four decades at Golden West College, will move its facilities to Costa Mesa in the coming months, President and Chief Executive Mel Rogers announced Wednesday. The...
  • Purse removed from cold case

    Huntington Beach police determined Wednesday that a purse long believed to be evidence in an unsolved 1968 murder is unrelated. The Police Department on Tuesday posted seven photographs found inside the purse that was abandoned about a quarter of a...
  • Natural Perspectives: Highs and lows at Bolsa Chica

    Vic and I attended the third Bolsa Chica Science Symposium this past Saturday, where nine scientists presented the results of their research and monitoring programs conducted at Bolsa Chica. Actually, Vic did more than attend. He was the moderator....
  • From the Boathouse: New West Marine a coastal landmark

    Ahoy! Attention all boaters: Have you heard about the grand opening this weekend for the largest West Marine store on the West Coast? This gigantic flagship emporium encompasses more than 27,000 square feet, with 18,000 products in the showroom. West...
  • From the Boathouse: A strand of lights along the coast

    Ahoy! December has arrived along with a plethora of Christmas parades, whether by land or by sea. However, the signal lanterns from Paul Revere's Ride for one if by land and two if by sea have been replaced by thousands and thousands of Christmas lights...