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  • Commentary: God is more powerful than pastor claims

    I am sending a letter of response to the On Faith column published by Pastor Mark Wiley on Aug. 2 titled "Thoughts on God, the shooting and love." Thankfully, God in this case was in caps. There are many areas of disagreement, but as a reformed Christian,...
  • Carnival fundraiser planned for Oak View

    Elias Hakimian will do what it takes to benefit Huntington Beach's low-income Oak View neighborhood — even if the kids have really, really good aim. Hakimian, the city pastor of Rock Harbor church, is among the local church leaders setting up a...
  • Grand marshal named for Fourth of July Parade

    Grand marshal named for Fourth of July Parade
    Father Christian Mondor has been named community grand marshal for this year's Huntington Beach Fourth of July Parade, which means he won't be riding on his usual float with other religious leaders. But he can still have the horse-drawn trolley —...
  • Around Town: Easter Egg Hunt at the Sports Complex

    The annual Easter Egg Hunt and Family Fun Day will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Sports Complex at Huntington Beach Central Park, 18002 Goldenwest St. The free event is sponsored by the city of Huntington Beach Community Services...
  • Mailbag: Park location was chosen with seniors in mind

    As a member of the board of directors for the Huntington Beach Council on Aging, I carefully read the letter to the editor from Shelly Stone ("Park is no place for the elderly," Mailbag, March 21) and was pleased that she expressed her worries about...
  • Blessing of the Waves brings all faiths together

    Blessing of the Waves brings all faiths together
    With all the surf culture icons gathered by the Huntington Beach Pier on Sunday morning, it may take the creator of the universe to steal the show. Of course, that's the intention. At the fifth annual Blessing of the Waves, an interfaith service...
  • This week, it's the Fab 145

    This week, it's the Fab 145
    When he was 3, Addison Love was voted the "Beatles Fan of the New Millennium" at Beatlefest by playing a toy guitar and singing "A Hard Day's Night" with his father. Now 16, Addison is getting a chance to take his fandom to the next level — playing...
  • Former H.B. councilman Noble Waite dies at 87

    Former H.B. councilman Noble Waite dies at 87
    From politics to religion to business to holiday festivities, it sometimes felt as though Noble Waite touched every aspect of life in Huntington Beach. And some days, it felt as though every side of life congregated at his drugstore — the hub of...
  • Area residents' 'Yankles' film makes it to DVD

    Area residents' 'Yankles' film makes it to DVD
    David and Zev Brooks discovered some recent truth in a line from the 1989 big-screen baseball classic "Field of Dreams": "If you build it, he will come." This past Tuesday, the American film distribution company Magnolia Home Entertainment released the...
  • Mailbag: Former councilman was Noble at heart

    I had the great pleasure of being a good friend of Noble Waite during the 35 years I lived in Huntington Beach ("Noble Waite dies at age 87," June 14). Many times, I sought his advice on issues involving the city. I served as a city councilman from 1968...
  • Greer's OC: Wahoo's raises the bar in Surf City

    Longtime fans of Wahoo's Fish Taco can celebrate its newest Huntington Beach eatery (and second Wahoo's in Orange County with a full bar) complete with a Vizio Beach Bar, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The grown-up version of Wahoo's serves all of its...
  • Church prepares for rebuilding after crash

    Church prepares for rebuilding after crash
    When Warner Avenue Baptist Church held its first service after June 5, it had an exceptional amount to be thankful for. That Tuesday, a pickup truck had barreled through the intersection at Warner and Gothard Street, flying into the 106-year-old church...