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  • Some relief for bored students

    Some relief for bored students
    Brando Galeno was already feeling the dog days of summer catch up. The Oak View Elementary School fourth-grader had spent his time out of school sleeping, watching TV and playing video games. Then the Oak View Family Resource Center started its two-week...
  • Mailbag: Marines, families are a model of courage

    Thank you so much for the article on the adopted Thundering Third and the Huntington Beach 3/1 Marines Foundation ("Sending hearts to Marines," July 8). My husband and I have been involved in this most worthy volunteer organization and sincerely...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • In The Pipeline: The Rev's last works evoke tears

    In The Pipeline: The Rev's last works evoke tears
    In January, sitting at the funeral for Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan, one had to wonder what was next for the surviving four "brothers in arms" from Huntington Beach. They had been about to enter the studio at the time of the tragic...
  • Biking up the 'big hill'

    Biking up the 'big hill'
    ThereseAnn Siegle turned 50 last week, and her daughter will turn 10 in the coming days. They're hoping to celebrate their birthdays by raising $30,000 –- although it's not for either of them. Siegle's daughter, Natalia, suffers from Trisomy 13, a...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Silk Thai a smooth dining experience

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Silk Thai a smooth dining experience
    There are quite a few Thai restaurants in the Huntington Beach area, but Silk Thai Cuisine is an excellent one in the Newland Center, a charming little strip mall on Beach Boulevard north of Adams Avenue. Normally, "charming strip mall" would be an...
  • Greer's OC: Support Amigos at Plaza

    5 Points Plaza shopping center in Huntington Beach is supporting the Amigos de Bolsa Chica, and you can find out more about the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve and enter to win a $250 Five Points Plaza gift card at a booth Saturday. Shop from the...
  • Backpacks and bread-breaking

    One of the few saving graces of going back to school for some kids is getting brand-new supplies, so one local organization helped low-income parents send their children back to school right. Project Self Sufficiency hosted a back to school event...
  • All About Food: Younger Pearsons keeping it fresh

    All About Food: Younger Pearsons keeping it fresh
    On Coast Highway, tucked under the bridge that goes over the Back Bay is a little piece of Orange County history: a shack, floating on pontoons, where the Pearson family has been selling fish and seafood since 1970. It was then that Huntington Beach...
  • 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...