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  • On Theater: Celebrating 'a guy you're gonna like'

    In my personal pantheon of Hollywood superstars, three names rise noticeably above the rest — those of Jimmy Stewart, Gene Kelly and the actor whose life and career are being celebrated by his son at the Laguna Playhouse in a one-man show titled...
  • On Theater: A 'Little Shop' of merriment

    On Theater: A 'Little Shop' of merriment
    Citizens beware! That bloodthirsty, carnivorous plant has taken root again, this time in Costa Mesa. And it's hungry! Specifically, the horticultural horror is being housed at the Costa Mesa Playhouse, where a revival of "Little Shop of Horrors" is in...
  • Blind surfer's story told in movie coming to Huntington theater

    Blind surfer's story told in movie coming to Huntington theater
    Bryan Jennings traveled halfway across the Pacific to film a documentary about an ambitious young surfer — one who, despite being an expert on the movie's contents, would never actually see it. Jennings' "Beyond Sight: The Derek Rabelo Story,"...
  • Local channel focuses on communities, strives for broadcast quality

    Local channel focuses on communities, strives for broadcast quality
    The Public Cable Television Authority isn't quite a household name, but its programming is in every Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Westminster and Stanton home that has a cable box. The joint-powers agency was created in 1971 by the cities to manage...
  • On Theater: 'Ghost' retains silver-screen glow

    On Theater: 'Ghost' retains silver-screen glow
    It's a safe bet that no one ventured a thought in 1990, when "Ghost" first hit movie theaters, that this would be a great plot for a live stage musical. Since then, shows like "Legally Blonde" and "Dirty Dancing" have made such a transition, but "Ghost"...
  • The musical side of sci-fi

    The musical side of sci-fi
    With some rare downtime last fall, Bobbo and Tracy Byrnes of the band The Fallen Stars decided it would be interesting to divert themselves from their usual Americana songs and try something different. Being science fiction fans, the Huntington Beach-...
  • He 'Swung,' he connected

    He 'Swung,' he connected
    Cameron Lew wanted to spend the weekend in New York City. But, alas, Saturday is the day he takes the SAT. Early this year, the 17-year-old filmmaker created "Swung," recently short-listed as an official selection for the first-ever All-American...
  • 'Time' is the essence

    'Time' is the essence
    Josie Walsh was walking through Temescal Canyon early this year when her sight was arrested by a mélange of rocks. Jagged stones bulged out on the trail's edge, while others, textured and worn smooth by water, lay nearby. The passage — and...
  • City Lights: APA tackles tough assignment

    City Lights: APA tackles tough assignment
    I once met a woman who had known three of the Beatles as a college student in Liverpool. At least, so she said. Having a personal connection to the Fab Four is probably a favorite lie among the British. But her story seemed down-to-earth enough that I...
  • On Theater: 'Christmas' evokes cozy memories

    On Theater: 'Christmas' evokes cozy memories
    Back in 1951, Gene Kelly and director Vincente Minnelli put together a movie composed entirely of George Gershwin music. The result, "An American in Paris," won the Oscar for Best Picture of that year. Three years later, Hollywood took another shot at...
  • Around Town: Golden West gets millions

    Golden West College has been awarded a Title III grant that will give the Huntington Beach campus more than $2.23 million over a five-year period. The U.S. Department of Education awarded the grant, known as Access 2 Success, according to a news release....
  • Surfboards on Parade collection to be unveiled at Art Center

     Surfboards on Parade collection to be unveiled at Art Center
    Bill Stewart and Wade Koniakowsky used chance to determine which of them would paint the front side of their board for the Surfboards on Parade exhibit in Huntington Beach. Still, by the time the public sees the board, any notion of "front" and "back"...