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Amid so much surf guitar and reverb emanating from clubs these days, it's easy to get lost in the indie rock scene embedded in Orange County.
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The 22nd annual Indio International Tamale Festival is here. The celebration kicked off with a carnival Friday, while food vendors geared up to whip out their best tamale recipes over the weekend.
This one was going to be called "Moving Target: OCTA's Ever-Shifting Rationales for Making the OC a Toll Lane County."
For the first time in four years, the Coast Community College District will host winter intersession classes and expand spring course options at its three colleges.
Demonstrations aimed at raising low wages in fast-food restaurants erupted across the country Thursday, as workers and sympathizers picketed scores of McDonald's, Wendy's and other franchises.
You may not always agree with our country's decisions to send troops to certain parts of the world, but holding the men and women who do the fighting in contempt is not right, no matter how you feel about U.S. foreign policy.
It was a Tuesday afternoon, a day when John Patterson, president of OC Auto Team, normally would be hustling to sell cars.
Remember the name Jimmy Hua if you're one of those weirdos that follows Orange County DIY music, because something tells us, that in some way shape or form, Jimmy Hua is going to be right at the main nerve of anything you might call the OC Music Scene within the next 18 months.
On November 17, 40 Girl Scouts from Huntington Beach received their Girl Scout Silver Awards at a ceremony held at Temple Beth David in Westminster.
"It was a spontaneous decision," he said. "My wife and I were having dinner [last weekend] and she said, 'You ought to do it.
The Huntington Harbour Boat Parade and Cruise of Lights started with a group of residents trying to raise a few dollars for local student music programs.
Luis Enrique Rodriguez, 18, of Anaheim, was arrested in connection with rioting in Huntington Beach on July 28, 2013 after he 'liked' the Police Department's Facebook page, apparetly "proud of his actions," authorities said.
Huntington Beach might be the only place in the country where a City tried to rezone a historic library and park, and replace them with a large tourist attraction and parking garage.
He's never had to worry about that too much before but, given the national news attention, it now rings all day and night.
The kids at the Hebrew Academy of Huntington Beach could barely contain their excitement Tuesday as a sword- and shield-wielding Judah Maccabee - the hero in the story of Hanukkah - stepped from the Los Angeles Police Department helicopter that had just landed on their playground.