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  • Around Town: Volunteer honored for generosity with time

    The Alzheimer's Family Services Center board member and volunteer Mary Lou Shattuck has been honored with the Orange County Community Foundation's Philanthropy Award. Along with the recognition, Shattuck received a $500 grant for the nonprofit...
  • Supporting the troops on campus

    Coastline Community College is expanding its services to student veterans and active duty members by opening a resource center exclusive to them. The new Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is expected to open Friday at the college's Fountain Valley campus,...
  • Commentary: The best things in college aren't free

    After a trip to Sacramento to hear from our legislators on the state of California's fiscal health, it is clear that Sacramento is broken. The proposed state budget for next year will impose more deep cuts and mandate an increase in fees for our...
  • On Theater: A gleeful 'Servant' at GWC

    Golden West College's rollicking comedy "The Servant of Two Masters" is credited to playwright Carlo Goldoni and adapters-translators Jeffrey Hatcher and Paolo Emilio Landi, but director Tom Amen's name should be included among the other creative...
  • Pushing the boundaries

    Pushing the boundaries
    Professor Darrell Ebert was thrilled. "This is probably one of the highest-level shows that you could find in an educational gallery," he said. Now in his 43rd year at Golden West College, Ebert teaches sculpture, painting, two- and three-dimensional...
  • An investment in community

    An investment in community
    Philanthropy — and its positive impact on business — was the focus of this year's Coastline Community College Foundation luncheon, where innovators shared the art of making money while serving a greater good. Wing Lam, co-founder and...
  • Living the dream

     Living the dream
    He had heard a few stories of what it was like to be in Omaha, Neb., in late-June, but nothing could prepare Beau Amaral for what he was to about to experience. Even when it was all over, two days removed from competing at the baseball College World...
  • Ocean View opens play tonight in American Legion tournament

    Ocean View, coached by Seahawks baseball Coach Shane Borowski, opens play today in the American Legion tournament at Glover Stadium in Anaheim. The Seahawks will take on Mission Viejo at 7 p.m. The tournament begins with a 4 p.m. matchup between Valencia...
  • Amaral named Freshman All-American

    UCLA center fielder Beau Amaral, a 2009 graduate of Huntington Beach High, has been named second-team Freshman All-America by Baseball America. He was one of six outfielders to earn the honor. Amaral and Jabari Henry of Florida International, and Cohl...
  • Three more enter school races

    The final three candidates have thrown their hats into the rings for the 19 open school board seats in districts serving Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley. Retired college president David D. Grant and educator and retired policeman Bob Mosley are...
  • Music is in his blood

    Music is in his blood
    Alex Stephens was born to make music, and his living room can attest to that. There is a small bust of Beethoven, his grandfather's saxophone and his guitar in one corner of his living room. His first clarinet and his grandfather's violin hang on the...
  • In The Pipeline: Love of children behind McDonald's mural

    Do you know what inspired the mural? On the car radio in a parking lot off Edinger Avenue near Edwards Street, Rod Stewart is singing "Every Picture Tells a Story." So it seemed fitting to investigate the history of a mural I've seen many times in the...