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  • In The Pipeline: 'Jesus Lives,' and so may church

    "Jesus Lives" reads the rainbow-themed mural painted on the side of the old church building at Warner Avenue and Nichols Lane. Inside, another painting: On a large wall of the church, "I Love Taylor Walsh" has been spray-painted in day-glo pink by some...
  • Building better bridges

    Two Huntington Beach High School educators were honored for their work empowering Latino parents to get involved in their children's educations. Roxanna Jimenez, a bilingual parent liaison, and Kimberly McGlaughlin, an English teacher, were awarded...
  • Land Trust sues over Ridge

    A local environmental organization filed a lawsuit today to stop a housing development on a portion of a former archeological site near the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and to order the city to properly analyze its impacts on the area. The Bolsa Chica Land Trust...
  • City Lights: Praise for ancestral lands

    It will be a day without politics at Bolsa Chica. Officially, anyway. Over the last three decades, the coastal area has been the center of one controversy after another, as developers dug in their shovels, officials debated and environmentalists...
  • Pilgrimage across Bolsa Chica Mesa is Saturday

    Huntington Beach residents can join in honoring their Native American ancestors and the earth with a pilgrimage across the Bolsa Chica Mesa. Bolsa Chica will be the location of two events Saturday at the 14th annual Pilgrimage of the Gabrielino/Tongva...
  • Mailbag: Including 'God' is a matter of collective will

    Exercising my freedom of speech as a American, I can say that removing the word God from our Pledge of Allegiance or desecrating our flag as freedom of expression are not constitutional rights. That the will of an atheistic minority be imposed upon the...
  • Checking in With ... Bob Gunn of MenAlive chorus

    Checking in With ... Bob Gunn of MenAlive chorus
    MenAlive, the Orange County gay men's chorus, has a new man in charge of making it come alive. The chorus announced this month that Bob Gunn, a founding member and assistant artistic director since 2002, has taken the helm as artistic director. He...
  • O.C. Boy Scouts await national ruling

    In the wake of the Boy Scouts of America's decision to delay voting on whether to lift its ban on gay members and leaders, Orange County scouting leaders said they'll continue deferring to national policies. "All I can tell you is that the...
  • Irvine mayor announces congressional run

    IRVINE — Mayor Sukhee Kang announced last week that he will seek the Democratic nomination for Congress in a newly redrawn congressional district. Kang, 58, announced that he will run for the proposed new district, which is being redrawn from parts...
  • One ukulele to entertain them all

    One ukulele to entertain them all
    COSTA MESA — Alone on the expansive stage, Jake Shimabukuro looked like he was about to launch into a stand-up routine. An audience of some 2,000 at the RenĂ©e and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall was waiting for him to strum four short strings....