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  • Greer's OC: Grand opening for 'endless' fun

    Here's a first for SoCal: Endless Food & Fun is a new giant entertainment and food center in Huntington Beach that offers something for everyone — nearly 50,000 square feet of space filled with best of arcade games, one of the largest and most...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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: 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....