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  • On Theater: Tragedy delivered powerfully on Golden West stage

    On Theater: Tragedy delivered powerfully on Golden West stage
    Classical theater needn't be tedious, as Golden West College reminds us each season. A thundering tragedy such as "Medea" or "Oedipus Rex" can project as much immediacy as the latest realistic drama, and both have done so in the past. A fine case in...
  • Paying back his cousin's kindness

    Paying back his cousin's kindness
    Family, friends and supports filled up the first two rows of the normally sparsely populated Fountain Valley City Council Chambers on Nov. 16 to watch a 12-year-old boy be honored for using his bar mitzvah project to rally the community around his cousin....
  • City Lights: Who is Rainn Wilson?

    "A horse walks into a bar, and the bartender says, 'Why the long face?'" Rainn Wilson was telling the audience his favorite joke Thursday at Barnes & Noble in Bella Terra. "The Office" actor had come to talk about his spiritual book, "SoulPancake: Chew...
  • Greer's OC: Holiday sale at art gallery

    Pierside Gallery is celebrating its new location at Bella Terra in Huntington Beach (near Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory) with a grand opening sale. Everything in the showroom is reduced through the holidays! It recently relocated from its longtime...
  • DUI suspects don't deserve shaming

    Apparently we have a city councilman in Huntington Beach who is unfamiliar with the United States Constitution, much less the concept of "innocent until proven guilty." Councilman Devin Dwyer likes the idea of publicly "shaming" those who drive drunk,...
  • On Theater: An ambitious maiden voyage

    A new Huntington Beach company, Party by Number Entertainment, has entered the musical theater arena with a vengeance — this term is applicable in that its main character takes grisly revenge on those who wronged his more subdued self. No fluffy...
  • City Lights: Physical therapy gets hot

    City Lights: Physical therapy gets hot
    I've gotten used to the concept of art as therapy. I have friends who have led poetry workshops in homeless and battered women's shelters, and I once attended a reading in England by a woman who had been abused as a child and passed out poetry pamphlets...
  • Grateful for recovery

    Grateful for recovery
    When Erik Arrincon finally felt normal again, there was no party, no celebration. After he fractured his neck just over a year ago during a basketball game, no one knew if he would ever walk again, but the 16-year-old has almost completely recovered....
  • A party for the pooches

    A party for the pooches
    The Huntington Beach Youth Shelter will honor some of the most valuable social workers in town Sunday at its annual "Light a Light of Love" celebration. Their human owners are invited, too. The shelter, which offers temporary housing to runaway and...
  • Natural Perspectives: Protecting California's sea otters

    Vic and I spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Monterey with our son Scott, his wife, Nicole, and their three little daughters, Allison, Lauren and Megan. I missed cooking our holiday dinner, but Thanksgiving is really more about family than food. We...
  • In The Pipeline: Someone has to be a match

    I received a note several days ago from a mutual friend, beginning "Just this past September, Michelle Parkin was abruptly diagnosed with advanced leukemia… She is a mom, just like so many of us, in love with life, modeling a healthy lifestyle for...
  • Natural Perspectives: Mea culpa for last column

    Natural Perspectives: Mea culpa for last column
    I made a goof in my last column about the Bolsa Chica Land Trust's plan for the mesa. The error is mine, not Vic's. I said the Land Trust was going to excavate no deeper than 8 feet to bury its 2,825-gallon water tanks in the ground. Actually, the tanks...