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  • Retail Therapy: My Mickey for your Goofy

    Pieces of flair: My-D Pins & Collectibles, 1215 S. Beach Blvd., Suite D, Anaheim, will host a free Disney pin and Vinylmation collectible trading event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at its parking lot. Disney collectors of all ages are welcome to meet and trade at the family-owned business while taking part in raffles, snacks, store sales and a fundraiser for an employee's wife who is fighting cancer. Trading only. No selling permitted. Information: (714) 826-7467 or mydpins.com.
  • City Lights: For the Beatles, all our loving in a tribute show

    City Lights: For the Beatles, all our loving in a tribute show
    I shared the same planet with the Beatles for one year, three months and two days. That was how old I was when John Lennon died, not that I learned that until nearly a decade later. By the time I first encountered the group, courtesy of the movie...

    Cooperation and skill were key at Spring Concert

    Cooperation and skill were key at Spring Concert
    More than 100 listeners came to hear the eighth annual Area Bands Spring Concert at Edison High School on March 6. Performing that evening were the combined Eader, Hawes, Moffett and Peterson elementary schools band, beginning and intermediate bands,...

    Forty years of harmony

    Forty years of harmony
    Lloyd Glick has played the trumpet for almost 80 years. Forty of those have been with the Huntington Beach Concert Band, where he is the oldest player and the only remaining pioneer member. "I just love playing the trumpet and enjoy the...

    Golden West Pops plans patriotic set for summer concert

    "Fun" was the word that Pollyanna Gorman repeated when she described Golden West Pops. "We have a lot of fun performing," said Gorman, the group's conductor and executive director. "We play fun music, and we really are a family." Golden West Pops will...