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  • The Gossiping Gourmet: High quality combined with low prices

    The Gossiping Gourmet: High quality combined with low prices
    It is probably true that every chef dreams of owning his or her own restaurant someday, and James Peters is no exception, having grown up in the food business, working at his family's restaurant, then doing his time at culinary school and in fine kitchens...
  • Destined for preschool

    Some people always wonder what to do with their life, switching majors in college and careers, but for others, it was always meant to be. Huntington Beach resident Patti Young falls into the latter category. Born into a family of educators — her...
  • All About Food: New wood grill in a sentimental spot

    All About Food: New wood grill in a sentimental spot
    A La Carte has finally bitten the dust. The gourmet takeout restaurant and catering company that we lovingly created in 1986 from a fortune teller's apartment and sold seven years ago, passing through two subsequent owners, is now undergoing a complete...
  • Police: Husband killed wife, daughter, himself

    The family of two victims of an apparent murder-suicide have set has scheduled a memorial to celebrate their lives. The memorial for Theresa Yancey, 46, and her daughter Madison, 8, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Beachpoint Church, 17415 Magnolia St., in...
  • Pancakes for the soul

    Pancakes for the soul
    On NBC's "The Office," Rainn Wilson comes off as the ultimate corporate schemer — a man seldom inclined to question his own judgment, let alone the spiritual side of life. But Wilson is quick to point out that Dwight Schrute, the former...
  • 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...
  • Walk, run, ride for water

    Walk, run, ride for water
    There won't be any turkeys in the Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving in Huntington Beach. But as far as organizer Harvey Saarloos is concerned, thanks will be in order — and not just for the holiday meal ahead. The Seal Beach resident is a member of...
  • 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...
  • Paying back his cousin's kindness

    Paying back his cousin's kindness
    Family, friends and supports filled up the first two rows of the normally sparsely populated Fountain Valley City Council Chambers on Nov. 16 to watch a 12-year-old boy be honored for using his bar mitzvah project to rally the community around his cousin....
  • Family challenges ruling in land dispute

    A Huntington Beach family is challenging a court ruling in favor of the city over a residential land dispute that began more than a decade ago. An Orange County Superior Court judge this month tentatively ruled that Fidencio Alvarez and his family waived...