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  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Surf rock band the Breakaways perform from 6 to 9 p.m. at Bella Terra Mall as part of the Summer Concert Series. The show is free. SATURDAY: Michael & The Lonesome Playboys, a country-rock band fronted by singer-songwriter Michael...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Instructor says 'service without politics'

    Instructor says 'service without politics'
    Heather Grow would have no trouble reading a council agenda by night and reading "If You Give a Moose a Muffin" by day. The first-time Huntington Beach City Council candidate has worked for nearly three years as an inclusion facilitator for special-...
  • On Theater: Golden West doesn't have to dress to impress

    Probably the toughest part of staging a farcical comedy such as Golden West College's "Don't Dress for Dinner," at least on opening night, is holding for laughs without disrupting the required frantic pace of the play. The laughs do come thick and fast...
  • Edison wins tourney crown

    The Edison High boys' water polo team won a team championship and an all-you-can eat feast Saturday by winning the in the inaugural Newport Rib Co. Classic at Costa Mesa High's new pool. The Chargers defeated University, 11-5, in the semifinals and in...
  • Experimenting with interest

    When 5-year-old Travis McDonald stood up, his chin barely made it over the black countertops of the chemistry lab, and he had to reach his arms all the way up to work on a science experiment. Travis chewed gum as he mixed glue with borax, covering his...
  • Seven challenging incumbents

    Editor's note: This changes the third paragraph to include Patrick Tucker's title. Ten candidates for the Fountain Valley City Council are going into the last three weeks of campaigning. Candidates are vying for three opens seats occupied by Mayor Pro...
  • Incumbents lead in school races

    Incumbents nearly swept election night, taking 14 of the 19 school board seats open across the seven school districts serving Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley. There were 34 candidates vying for seats in the Coast Community College, Fountain Valley...
  • Greer's OC: Girls can play ball

    Girls just wanting to have fun, while staying fit and learning the sport of volleyball, can join TCA Volleyball. Programs are offered for girls ages 10 to 18, and for all levels, from beginners who have never played to those training for a national...