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  • Greer's OC: Special offer for fitness classes

    If working out in a traditional gym is not your thing, consider Hidden Talents, an acclaimed studio in Huntington Beach that offers atypical fitness classes like hip-hop, go-go, burlesque, pole, pole fitness, cardio stretch, lap dance, chair, floor, hoop,...
  • Greer's OC: Endless fun with Ruby

    Ruby's Diner is hosting a free "Endless Summer" party from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Huntington Beach Pier, complete with burger cookout, free outdoor movie and stars from the iconic surf documentary. Director Bruce Brown, surfer Robert August and the...
  • 5 years for 55-plus crowd

    About 100 seniors, many wearing red, as they do every Friday to support the troops, moved about the room talking to friends, found a seat and laid bingo cards in front of them. Across the hall, about a dozen men were grouped around billiards tables,...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Stretching the mind and body at the Strand

    Reporter's Notebook: Stretching the mind and body at the Strand
    Yoga is a tough, serious gig. When I think about yoga, I think about thin figures with steel-strong arms and legs. I think of people who can stand on their arms, which seems so unnatural. But yoga is not just for those "perfect" bodies. It's for me too....
  • Greer's OC: An event that celebrates women

    Spa Gregorie's in Newport Beach will be celebrating women of all ages in a major way from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday with its 5th annual Women are Wonderful: In Full Bloom event. It's a women's expo featuring beauty demonstrations, exhibits, presentations...
  • City Lights: Climbing his way toward $10K for cancer

    Pull up the website for Masterpiece Fitness and it looks almost like a work in progress. The home page features white, gray and blue text superimposed on a plain black background, and there are no large, colorful photos to center the eye's attention....
  • Council extends police contract

    Despite pleas from Huntington Beach Councilman Don Hansen to turn down an offer from the police union to extend its contract with some employee concessions, the City Council approved it Monday. "I think it's a shortsighted and misguided decision, and I...
  • Steinberg: Ugly truth about football

    I love the game of football. It is America's passion for a reason. Athletes learn invaluable life lessons from their participation in football at whatever level they participate. The ability to stay self-disciplined, put hard work ahead of immediate...
  • Trend Watch: Relax at CloudMover Day Spa

    Trend Watch: Relax at CloudMover Day Spa
    A reader tipped me off to CloudMover Day Spa in Huntington Beach, which recently moved from Old World Village to Five Points Plaza. Last month, CloudMover Day Spa was named No. 1 Day Spa on the Orange County Hot List, a website that lets people vote...
  • Shadia: The wine cork is still in the bottle

    I'm a hypocrite. I'm a Muslim who drinks alcohol — except during the month of Ramadan, of course. There. I said it. I am a hypocrite. Alcohol is forbidden in Islam. There are those Muslims, however, including me, who argue that alcohol is not...
  • Shadia: Support the civilized ads

    My name is Mona Shadia, and I am a savage — according to Pamela Geller, that is. The ever-so-intellectually-challenged Geller, a blogger and the executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, has been running an ad in New York and...
  • Study: Laguna, Newport have lowest child obesity percentages in county

    According to a recent study, Laguna Beach and Newport Beach have the lowest percentages of children who are obese or overweight in Orange County, Newport Beach Patch reported Monday. The California Center for Public Health Advocacy (CCPHA) and the UCLA...