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  • Greer's OC: Taco sales benefit research

    Greer's OC and the mobile Rasta Taco are teaming up to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. While enjoying awesome, mobile, street-style tacos at a location of your choice, Rasta Taco will donate 5% of the sales from mid-week...
  • Westminster wins out over Muslim group in land bid

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Tuesday rejected an offer from a Muslim group seeking to build a mosque on land the city is selling. Instead, the city accepted an offer made by the city of Westminster for the piece of land, which lies in...
  • Greer's OC: Treat your eyes right

    Consider yourself up on eyewear fashion and design? You will fall in love with Alexander Gray at OC Mart Mix in Costa Mesa. It's a treasure trove of the world's best indie frames in one spot. Proud dad and owner David Gonzales named Alexander Gray...
  • John Logan Dowden

    John Logan Dowden (December 25, 1933 - July 3, 2011     Obituary   John Logan Dowden passed to the larger LIFE on July 3, 2011 in Huntington Beach, California.  He is survived by son William Edward Dowden and daughter Deirdre Love Chapman as well as...
  • Mailbag: Oak View children deserve our concern

    Allegations against me by Mary Thompson in her letter to the editor ("Trustee's conduct not professional," Mailbag, June 16) cannot stand unchallenged. The first allegation that my "lack of courtesy and respect to the board president was shameful" and the...
  • Cities agree to share choppers

    Huntington Beach has entered a three-year agreement to share police helicopter services with Newport Beach, continuing a recent county trend of cities partnering with neighbors to cut costs. The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday voted for the...
  • In The Pipeline: Museum gets down to the bones

    In The Pipeline: Museum gets down to the bones
    In this column this summer, I've wanted to occasionally focus on a few things slightly outside of Huntington Beach. As a travel writer, I enjoy sharing interesting places, especially for families, and this week provided something special. By now, you may...
  • Sunset annexed; group plans appeal

    Sunset Beach is now officially part of Huntington Beach, a spokesman for a county commission said Monday. Benjamin Legbandt, a policy analyst for the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission, said his group had filed paperwork with the county...
  • Fast friends, thanks to sister cities

    Sam Mahdad has befriended a girl who can't easily keep up a conversation with him. But that hasn't stopped them from becoming friends and learning about each other's cultures and traditions. "To be honest, it's kind of difficult, but we found a way to...
  • Greer's OC: Eat your way through the fair

    The theme of this year's Orange County Fair, which starts Friday, is "Let's Eat!" For many, that's the theme each year and a great reason to visit the fair. Put healthy eating aside for a day (or two) and fill up on battered, deep-fried, jumbo-sized...
  • Singing for a room

    Stu Rowland has sung in public once, but he's already gotten rave notices about his performance. Fifty-three, to be exact. Rowland, a La Quinta resident, is among the contestants in the Shorebreak Hotel's Singing for an Upgrade competition, in which the...
  • Council votes to create ordinance banning single-use plastic bags

    Aimee Borgmeyer wore a giant suit made of plastic bags that covered her short frame to Monday's Huntington Beach City Council meeting. "It's kind of itchy, and it's kind of bothering me," she said. But the 13-year-old had a point to make: to show the...