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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,...
When was the last time you feasted on blinchiki with red caviar, freshly made burrata cheese, real sacher torte, house-made chorizo or live crabs just picked out of the tank? We have the good fortune to live in an area of great ethnic diversity, and...
It seems like the vast majority of restaurants in Huntington Beach are in strip malls with generally unprepossessing exteriors. Such is the case with La Fontana, but once you step through the door, you find yourself in a warm, welcoming atmosphere created...
Tags: Cheese, Tomatoes, Dining and Drinking, Seafood, Homes
And now for something completely different — a gift that truly keeps on giving. It comes in a box but has no ribbons. Unlike a new puppy, it takes care of itself. It isn't Godiva chocolates, but it's definitely edible. So, what is this unique and...
The Camp in Costa Mesa is an innovative and fun destination with assorted sports-related shops and seven different restaurants ranging from 118 Degrees, serving raw vegan food, to Valhalla Table, featuring sausages and beer. Ecco has joined the...
Tags: Cheese, Arugula, Salads, Pizzas, Restaurants
Nestled in a tiny storefront on Balboa Island is a charming, romantic little bistro called Pas.tu, which means "treasure box" in Persian. A treasure box it is, with its candle-lit atmosphere, the sound of trickling water from the fountain on the terrace...
Tags: Chocolate Cake, Lifestyle and Leisure, Shrimp, Olives, Tomatoes
Huntington Beach now has its very own Cucina Alessa. Chef/owner Alessandro Pirozzi opened the first of these home-style Italian restaurants in Newport Beach two years ago to very good reviews. The incredibly energetic Pirozzi now works 18-hour days,...
Tags: Mushrooms, New York City, Summer Squash, Restaurants, Pizzas
Looking for signs of a rebound for U.S. men's tennis? Don't look at the seedings for this year's French Open, which begins Sunday. The highest seeded American male is Sam Querrey of Thousand Oaks, who is seeded 18th. Novak Djokovic is seeded No. 1 for...
Of The Morning CallMy former colleague Tyrone Richardson first broke the news last August that Corked Wine Bar and Restaurant would be coming to 515 Main St. in historic Bethlehem, the previous site of The Morning Call’s Bethlehem bureau. Chef Joe Grisafi of...
During a career spanning four decades, Baltimore police Officer Ron Starr says, he never really considered leaving the department's Southeastern District and moving up the chain of command. "I never wanted to," Starr said, a longtime foot patrol...
PACE Center for Girls Broward concludes its 20th anniversary year celebrations with "A Taste of Italy" dinner and wine auction June 4 at Casa D'Angelo Ristorante. Chairing this 11th annual event is Vanessa Serrano. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a...
The North Shore is a diner's delight. With hundreds of restaurants to choose from no one will go hungry here. Culinary stops include "old" and new ethnic cuisines, regional and seasonal organic offerings, comfort food, fine dining and food with "a twist."...
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