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  • Mailbag: Thanks for sharing Christmas caring

    I wanted to write to thank fellow Huntington Beach residents who generously gave of their time and means to help impact thousands of hurting kids this Christmas. Together we were able to pack over 5,600 shoe boxes — filled with toys, school...
  • Fountain Valley Christmas display sparks controversy

    An enormously bright Christmas display at a house in Fountain Valley is attracting crowds from far and wide, as well as controversy among neighbors, according to KTLA. Jan Stewart covered her home with 65,558 Christmas lights and synced them all to...
  • Around Town: Christmas around the world

    Old World Village held the 11th annual International Celebration of Christmas and live Nativity play on Dec. 2. The money raised from proceeds and donations will benefit World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization. Bell choir "Beach City...
  • Stepping into the stars of Tinseltown

    Stepping into the stars of Tinseltown
    When Madeleine Barker's fellow cast members handed her the Oscar in the Claire Trevor Theatre, she felt excited for herself and a little sad for Judy Garland. Barker, who plays Garland in UC Irvine's upcoming musical "Tinseltown Christmas," had been...
  • Staging the meaning of Christmas

    Staging the meaning of Christmas
    December may have only been two days old, but the nearly 300 people who filled ShoreLife Church's sanctuary Sunday evening were reminded why the church celebrates the Christmas season. The message wasn't delivered by the pastor but by 34 children,...
  • From The Boathouse: Boat parades sooner than you think

    Ahoy! Next week is Thanksgiving, which seems to come faster and faster every year. A lot of people are excited to go shopping the day after the feast, and some will bring out the holiday decorations for their homes. But let's not forget the decorations...
  • City Lights: 'Spring spheres' going too far

    In a bold, politically charged move that may incite protests and charges of discrimination, Huntington Beach plans to host its annual Easter Hunt on Saturday. That's right, Easter Hunt. Not Spring Hunt or Community Hunt or any other term that prudently...
  • Greer's OC: Happy hour all over the county

    Happy Hour Week in Orange County continues through Saturday. Restaurants, bars, pubs and breweries throughout Orange County are mixing and pouring their best drinks and offering tasty appetizers. Some restaurants are following themes, including a "haunted...
  • As easy as pie

    As easy as pie
    The image of the Mona Lisa, a wolf and a sinister skeleton's face were illuminated from within the thick-skinned pumpkins they were carved on, drawing in passersby. A crowd started to form around the small booth as Gene Granata, a master carver, began...
  • Donate snacks, stockings to troops

    Help send troops a bit of holiday cheer by donating items for Christmas stockings. John R. Peterson Elementary School, Huntington Beach Cub Scout Pack 290 and the YMCA are partnering with a military-outreach nonprofit to assemble stockings full of treats...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: One Pier Plaza in Huntington Beach hosts Art A Fair with a Holiday Flair this Thanksgiving weekend, offering more than 50 vendors selling original hand-made crafts and more. A certified Farmers Market with fresh fruits and vegetables...
  • 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...