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    FRIDAY TILL SUNDAY Surf with the Big Dogs The third annual Surf City Surf Dog event takes place in Huntington Beach, with opening ceremonies from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Shorebreak Hotel, 500 Pacific Coast Hwy. A Dog is Beachin' Fashion Show by Dog Is...
  • Local festival showcases variety of films

    Local festival showcases variety of films
    Cameron Lew wants people to give back when they shop. So the 15-year-old made a short documentary, "Factory in a Box," based on the nonprofit Faces Behind the Label. The Huntington Beach-based organization gives people living in rural China the chance to...
  • Greer's OC: Time to shop in style

    When it comes to style, South Coast Plaza has it down from fine dining to luxury shopping to world-class beauty boutiques, concepts and salons. The shopping destination is now taking style to a new level as it kicks off South Coast Plaza Style, Friday...
  • Iranian American women find success, celebrate heritage

    COSTA MESA — Soheila Karimi Motamed, an engineer, survived an accident that left a bullet lodged in her brain. Parisa Khosravi is the senior vice president of international news gathering for CNN Worldwide. Nadereh Chamlou is the Wold Bank...
  • Greer's OC: Finding a cure to Type 1 diabetes

    Chances are you know someone who has diabetes or your life is affected by it. Thankfully, researchers and scientists are dedicating their lives to finding a cure. From 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 3, join award-winning documentary filmmakers Lisa Hepner and Guy...
  • The Dude abides at OCC, man

    The Dude abides at OCC, man
    COSTA MESA — Where else could the Lebowski Fest have started but in a bowling alley? The movement that hero worships His Dudeness and All Things Dude took root 10 years ago, not in the Golden State but in the Bluegrass State. In October 2001,...
  • Library to screen anti-bullying film

    Councilman Joe Shaw is hoping to make a difference in the lives of those who get bullied at school because of their sexual orientation. The stories of young people who lost hope and took their own lives due to bullying dominated headlines this year,...
  • Locals look to continue winning tradition

    Locals look to continue winning tradition
    The prep football season is just about to enter its most crucial period, but don't overlook the prep basketball season, which gets underway this week. Local hoops teams launch their respective seasons Saturday. During the course of the next week, the...
  • Keeping ska afloat

    Keeping ska afloat
    Save the Swim Team has already accomplished a lot in its five-year career so far. It's played with bands like Big D and the Kids Table and Reel Big Fish and released a full-length CD. And the members have done it all on their own. The Huntington Beach...
  • Haakenson: 'Cold Thoughts' movie to make debut

    Timmy Turner's long-awaited film "Cold Thoughts" debuts Thursday night at Huntington Beach High School's Academy for the Performing Arts auditorium, so don't think twice about seeing it. Turner is Huntington Beach's own surfer-turned-filmmaker, and a...
  • Stepping into the stars of Tinseltown

    Stepping into the stars of Tinseltown
    When Madeleine Barker's fellow cast members handed her the Oscar in the Claire Trevor Theatre, she felt excited for herself and a little sad for Judy Garland. Barker, who plays Garland in UC Irvine's upcoming musical "Tinseltown Christmas," had been...
  • In The Pipeline: Two trees grow in Huntington

    In The Pipeline: Two trees grow in Huntington
    There are many palm trees in Huntington Beach, but few as meaningful as the pair of graceful and slender Mexican fan palms that scrape the sky just several blocks from the ocean on Eighth Street. Like the house they sway in front of, they date back to the...