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  • Court reverses sex offender's conviction

    A registered sex offender and his lawyer recently convinced the Superior Court of Orange County appellate division to reverse his conviction for unlawfully entering a county park where children regularly gather. The three-judge panel made clear its Nov....
  • Greer's OC: Foodie extravaganza in Laguna

    Four days of food heaven are descending on Laguna Beach, when the annual "Laguna Beach a la Carte – A Food & Wine Experience" returns Thursday and continues through Sunday. The four-day culinary event celebrates world-class cuisine, with local...
  • Miss F.V. pageant back after 21-year absence

    In the course of representing her hometown, the next Miss Fountain Valley may get her hands dirty. Or at least her shoes. That's what Keeli Scott Lisack, the executive director of the city's first scholarship pageant in 21 years, remembers about her...
  • Time to support cause

    On Tuesday, Corona del Mar High will play Edison at Orange Coast College in a nonleague boys' volleyball match that starts at 6 p.m. The event is far more important than a simple high school volleyball match. Coaches Steve Conti (CdM) and Brian Boone...
  • 'A real-life princess'

    'A real-life princess'
    To young girls, Andrea Licata seems straight out of a fairy tale. Mesmerized by her glittering tiara, sash and diamond and gold necklace — perks of being Miss Fountain Valley — they stop her to ask, "Are you a real-life princess?" A...
  • Her strength keeps family going

    Her strength keeps family going
    It seemed like a regular day. Kaitlyn Dobrow, 18, woke up in time for her eight-hour shift as a receptionist at the Days Inn & Suites of Huntington Beach. She worked from 3 to 11 p.m. until her best friend, Kristen Kidd, gave her a ride to the gym,...
  • PBS SoCal names new members of governing board

    PBS SoCal, which operated out of Golden West College as KOCE-TV for nearly 40 years, has added seven community and business leaders to its governing board. The new additions to the KOCE-TV Foundation Board of Directors are Julia Argyros, a supporter...
  • Where the audience is

    Where the audience is
    David Beatty may someday win an Oscar, headline the Sundance Film Festival or oversee his own TV show, but nothing may ever top the night he first had a movie screened in Huntington Beach. The Surf City resident's feature-length debut, "Surviving New...
  • City Lights: Intolerance still in the background

    I didn't meet an openly gay person — at least, one of my generation — until my freshman year at UC Irvine. The resident advisor for my dorm announced casually to her group during welcome week that she was a member of the campus group Irvine...
  • All eyes on a repeat

    Edison High swimming co-Coach Diggy Riley knows that Friday can't come to fruition if Wednesday wasn't what it was supposed to be. Last spring, the Edison girls' swim team captured the program's first CIF Southern Section championship. Since achieving...
  • City Lights: Walk for a good cause

    Meet Orange County's toughest athlete of the month. He's not scuffing the court in the NBA Finals, didn't pitch a perfect game or lose one on a blown call. He's probably never going to make a sports page of any kind. But even if David Shandling isn't...
  • 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...