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  • 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...
  • Singing for their special person

    Parents gathered in their scarves and umbrellas under a canopy to escape the rain to watch Robert Gisler Elementary School's orchestra. With cameras, cell phones and video cameras trained on the two dozen students playing violins and acoustic guitars &#...
  • In The Pipeline: Metal drummer lives on in their memories

    Dec. 28 marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Jimmy Sullivan, aka "The Rev," drummer for the Huntington Beach-based band Avenged Sevenfold. According to reports, he died from an accidental overdose of strong prescription painkillers, and so, even...
  • Marina High alumnus killed in Afghanistan

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The L.A. Times recently published this profile about Marina High School graduate Kyle R. Warren, who died serving in Afghanistan this summer. * Kyle R. Warren was hard to miss, whether tearing down a rugby field or running toward a...
  • In the Pipeline: Rock history is on the menu

    In the Pipeline: Rock history is on the menu
    David Lee Roth, Steven Tyler, Gene Simmons, Alice Cooper, Iron Maiden, Axl Rose — you can find them all in Huntington Beach these days, along with dozens of other classic rock and metal artists. OK, not in the flesh. Rather, in the form of crepes....
  • Businesses offering family-friendly activities

    As winter break comes to a close, now is the time to pack in as much fun as possible before it's back to school. Here is a list of places to go before school starts back up: Thursday Grab scarves and sweaters to ice skate only a hop, skip and jump away...
  • Natural Perspectives: Planting the seeds of 2011

    Natural Perspectives: Planting the seeds of 2011
    January spells excitement for home gardeners because that's when the new seed catalogs arrive. Vic shows no interest in them, but I study each catalog with care, planning out my year's garden in advance. Each seed company offers at least a few seed...
  • A fun night out for families

    The carnival games hadn't officially started and most families were still eating dinner, but 6-year-old Ellie McCready was taking advantage of having the blacktop nearly to herself as the sun went down Friday night. Twirling with her arms out and her...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Local bands The Scabs, Beer Crisis, The Derty, OCA and Driven Out perform at Blue Café, 17208 Pacific Coast Hwy., Huntington Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m. and is 21 and older only. For more information, visit http://www....
  • Finding stability in society

    Editor's note: This corrects the subhead. Some people take horrible situations and turn inward, get angry and curse the world. Others try to bring something good out of the bad. Huntington Beach resident Sue Rueb falls in the latter category. Rueb,...
  • 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...
  • 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...