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  • 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...
  • Greer's OC: Autism benefit seeks at least $50,000

    Autism Care and Treatment Today! will launch a national campaign Saturday to benefit military families with autistic children. Hosted in a Newport Beach home at 2006 Marlin Way, the nonprofit is hosting a food and wine tasting for "ACT Today! For...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • In The Pipeline: Finding a piece of H.B. in Arizona

    "Clark Gable spent his honeymoon with Carole Lombard right at the top of those stairs back in 1939." Susie Clark is standing at the bottom of a staircase in the historic Oatman Hotel in the Route 66 town of Oatman, Ariz. and recounting its somewhat...
  • Mailbag: Heritage must prevail at Bolsa Chica

    With North and South Korea divided and turmoil brewing once again in the region, we are reminded of the war that led to the division of Korea. Sixty years ago, the United States sent its young but brave soldiers to fight for the freedom and democracy of...
  • IN THE PIPELINE: Go ask Alice's

    It may be the largest cinnamon roll I've ever seen in my life. About the size of a dog's head, warm from the oven, and made from scratch like pretty much everything else here at Alice's Breakfast in the Park. Placed before me along with my eggs and toast,...