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  • City Lights: A man lost but not forgotten

    City Lights: A man lost but not forgotten
    On Friday, Jacqueline Halasz and her two children met at a bakery in Los Angeles and decorated an elaborate birthday cake, writing the recipient's name in frosting and topping it with a single candle.
  • City approves Harmony Cove project

    For seven years, developers have tried to expand Huntington Harbour. Now one company has taken a significant step toward that goal. At its Nov. 19 meeting, the Huntington Beach City Council unanimously approved the Harmony Cove Marina project, which will...

    In The Pipeline: From on the water to on the ice

    In The Pipeline: From on the water to on the ice
    My idea of a boat is a kayak, so that is the boat I own. As I tool around Huntington Harbour during spring and summer, I still marvel at the many yachts that dwarf my blue plastic Ocean Kayak, so I was pleased to accept an invitation to ride in the...

    City Lights: Just keep paddling

    There have been a couple of Oscar-winning movies in recent years dealing with the disconnects between people in different walks of life. One was "Babel," which tells the story of how a random act of violence connects people in dirt-poor Mexico, terrorist-...

    City Lights: Plastics don't belong in our oceans

    There's a clever and little-seen comedy called "Twenty Bucks" that follows the path of a $20 bill as it passes from one person to another — a newlywed, a gangster, a struggling author and so on. The idea of the film is that the same object, in...