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  • In the Pipeline: History and writing are in the blood

    In the Pipeline: History and writing are in the blood
    A young Huntington Beach author has just published his first book. It's a history book that manages to uncover many unique and interesting facts of which most people may be unaware. When the author moved to Huntington Beach at around 5 years old, he...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Blue Café, 17208 Pacific Coast Hwy., Huntington Beach, hosts a night of local music featuring Foreign Press, Four Fingered Mel, The Jennifer Project and New Roots Society. The show is 21 and older only. For more information, visit...
  • On Theater: Don't 'Doubt' Golden West's production

    "Doubt," according to Tom Amen, who is directing the Pulitzer Prize-winning play opening at Golden West College on Feb. 25, is "a beautifully balanced drama that draws its power not from its clarity, but from its ambiguity." John Patrick Shanley, whose...
  • Art made from everything

    Art made from everything
    Vinita Voogd was shopping one day at Kragen-O'Reilly Auto Parts when a rack full of merchandise caught her eye. She promptly, in turn, caught the eye of the cashier, who watched her piling gaskets onto the counter and figured that Voogd owned a dozen or...
  • Greer's OC: It's a battle of the chefs

    Do you love witnessing a live culinary competition and being a judge too? Join Orange County Sunday Night Chef Fight at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Standards of Excellence showroom in Huntington Beach. At the event, they'll be crowning a new "Champion Chef of...
  • On Theater: 'Doubt' draws out rich performances

    Conflict in dramatic literature usually involves a "right" and a "wrong" with the script usually tilted toward the "good guys." In his acclaimed drama, playwright John Patrick Shanley leaves ample room for "Doubt." In this finely crafted and deeply...
  • She who wears the crown

    She who wears the crown
    Hana Smith, according to one of her minders, will be Huntington Beach's equivalent of a Disney princess for the next year. Her platform, though, has little to do with fairy tales. Smith, who was crowned as the new Miss Huntington Beach on Saturday,...
  • Culinary students advance to regional competition

    Orange Coast College's culinary arts students, including two from Huntington Beach, have won a state food championship for the ninth year, which advances them to a regional competition in April. The students won the California State Hot Food Team...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Former Seahawk makes USA men's hoops roster Former Ocean View High and current Stanford University basketball player Anthony Brown has been named to the 12-man USA Under-19 World Championship team roster for 2011. Brown made the Pacific 10 Conference...
  • Pair perform well at State

    Brenton Visnoski of Edison and Alex Anunciation of Marina capped successful postseasons Saturday by medaling at the CIF State Wrestling Championships in Bakersfield. Visnoski earned a sixth-place standing at 145 pounds and Anunciation placed fifth at...
  • Thinking like a lawyer

    Here's a quiz: Say Oprah gives a free car to everyone in her audience, and later in the day, one of the lucky recipients rear-ends Oprah at an intersection. Is Oprah, who gave out the car, partly to blame for the accident? Here's another: Suppose a bully...
  • Natural Perspectives: Community finally welcomes gardeners

     Natural Perspectives: Community finally welcomes gardeners
    After two years of seemingly endless planning meetings, the Huntington Beach Community Garden is finally going into the ground. The new organic gardens will be at the end of Atlanta Avenue near Brookhurst Street, under the Southern California Edison...