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  • Surf City again lives up to its name with a weekend of fun, competition

    Surf City again lives up to its name with a weekend of fun, competition
    Just six weeks after the U.S. Open of Surfing wrapped up, Huntington Beach was at it again Saturday and Sunday with another big annual surf-related event, Surf City Days. But in contrast with the U.S. Open, which welcomes the world's best professional...
  • Huntington surfer dies after hitting head

    A Huntington Beach man died after suffering a head injury while surfing off 20th Street last week, officials said. He was identified as Wesly Goldenhar, 46, according to the Orange County coroner's office. Surfers near lifeguard Tower 20 called 911 at...
  • Surfboards on Parade collection to be unveiled at Art Center

     Surfboards on Parade collection to be unveiled at Art Center
    Bill Stewart and Wade Koniakowsky used chance to determine which of them would paint the front side of their board for the Surfboards on Parade exhibit in Huntington Beach. Still, by the time the public sees the board, any notion of "front" and "back"...
  • Surfing dog could ride wave to contest victory

    Surfing dog could ride wave to contest victory
    Skylar Blue streaked across the beach, a blur of black and white and colors in between. Her eyes, one blue and the other brown, homed in on her airborne prize — a tennis ball. Tongue lolling out, the Australian shepherd bounded into the waves....
  • Library displays historic pictures to remind people of bygone era

    Library displays historic pictures to remind people of bygone era
    Gone are the days when Huntington Beach residents could walk past the metal arches that once connected the four corners of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway or sit in a Red Car trolley waiting as a cow strolled across the tracks. But those moments...
  • Surfboards on Parade exhibit has 'grand unveiling'

    Surfboards on Parade exhibit has 'grand unveiling'
    The Huntington Beach Art Center filled with an impressive crowd Thursday evening — and that wasn't even counting the topless mermaid, scowling Tiki or rampaging shark. As the clock ticked toward unveiling time at the Main Street museum, black...
  • Huntington Beach celebrates icons' 100 years

    Huntington Beach celebrates icons' 100 years
    More than 100 people gathered at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza on Sunday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the city's iconic pier, while the day before, on the south side of the structure, enthusiasts had celebrated 100 years of surfing in the city....
  • Viewer as creator

    Viewer as creator
    Alice Leggett has a white surfboard set to be painted at this week's Art Park in Huntington Beach, and she's sketched out two intricate designs on paper for the front and back. The final product, though, may not bear much resemblance to Leggett's vision...
  • In the Pipeline: A surf legend in the pink

    The twinkle in his eyes seems to reflect the color pink that he made so popular. "My style on the board was influenced by Fred Astaire. And the color pink I adopted was influenced by David Bowie. I know that might sound a bit weird, but the whole...
  • Police Files

    Area 1 No significant crime was reported. Area 2 Bolsa Chica Street and Brightwater Drive: A person drunk in public was reported at 12:49 a.m. Saturday. The caller said a man was confused about where he lived, but ended up handing his driver's...
  • Braving crocodiles, injuries

    Braving crocodiles, injuries
    Tom Jones was paddling through a southeastern river this summer when he felt a sudden motion that nearly jerked him off his board. Instinctively, he hardened his stance and tightened his hands around the paddle, which, he quickly realized, a crocodile had...
  • Reconnect with blessing

    Reconnect with blessing
    When the Rev. Christian Mondor began surfing, he was more of a menace to the waves than a blessing of them. The vicar emeritus at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church in Huntington Beach first hit the waves in the late 1930s. At the time, he lacked a...