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  • Forgoing name brands for charity

    A group of Huntington Beach teenage girls learned to appreciate the generic brands as they stretched their dollars for the less fortunate. Pacific Coast, the Huntington Beach chapter of the National Charity League, practiced spending within a budget...
  • City Lights: On the lookout for missing bird

    The following is a public service announcement, as columnists occasionally have a right to be when they're not trying to be funny or political. There is a cockatiel missing in Huntington Beach, and apparently a family in Newport Beach has found it. The...
  • In The Pipeline: An endless amount of potential

    "The buffet will be about 100 feet long and will extend down that way." Andrew Pereira, a local entrepreneur, is guiding me through the vast space of a single-story structure that seems to stretch for miles. The building is adjacent to the Thomasville...
  • Are you Matt's match?

    Are you Matt's match?
    Matt Myer smiled as he sat at his kitchen table in a purple T-shirt with hospital bracelets on his wrist. Family friend Traci Coffman told him he was looking better today — more color, a little pink, a side effect of his medication, his mother...
  • Stuff yourself for scholars

    Everybody loves unlimited food and drinks, or at least that is the idea behind Golden West College's yearly fundraising event. The Huntington Beach community college is hosting Chefs for Scholarships, an all-you-can eat sample of Huntington Beach's...
  • City Lights: Friends know his legacy well

    So far in life, I've never had to deal with losing a loved one unexpectedly. I'm very lucky in that regard. One of my high school teachers, in the midst of a stern talk to her students about treating each other with dignity, admonished us that "Tomorrow...
  • A business on thin ice

    The cramped wooden office filled with desks and accumulated objects was lit by the sun streaming in the open door as Mike Costello waited for customers. Costello sells ice, nothing but ice. Crushed ice, cubed ice, dry ice. Ice in small bags, big bags...
  • Greer's OC: Honor women and shop

    Join the Alzheimer's Assn., Orange County in celebrating caregivers at the Fourth Annual Visionary Women Luncheon with special guest Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis at the Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort in Huntington Beach on Friday from...
  • In The Pipeline: Someone has to be a match

    I received a note several days ago from a mutual friend, beginning "Just this past September, Michelle Parkin was abruptly diagnosed with advanced leukemia… She is a mom, just like so many of us, in love with life, modeling a healthy lifestyle for...
  • Greer's OC: Hyatt stay for the holidays

    If you're looking for a holiday present sure to be appreciated, give the gift of Hyatt with a gift card from Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. The luxurious destination resort offers three restaurants, including the award-winning, AAA Four...
  • Teens educated about suicide prevention

    He sang softly, but his rich, country-style voice filled the gymnasium, putting an eerie halt to all other sounds as his sorrow-made music washed over the audience. About 700 high school students went silent as Dennis Lockwood sat in a folding chair...
  • Mailbag: Numbers support trustee's statement

    I am writing in response to your article "Parent challenges candidate statement" (Aug. 26). The lawsuit was filed against our Orange County Registrar of Voters that fully approved my statement. The suit itself made many far-out claims; none were...