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The victim, a resident of Huntington Beach, was a male in his 70s, according to a memo from the district.
Heart-pounding cannons, dazzling fireworks and rich, expressive music by Russian Romantics combine to create an exhilarating "Tchaikovsky Spectacular," bringing "Mercedes-Benz presents Pacific Symphony's Summer Festival 2014" to a dramatic close.
This Eagle Rock quartet's missionary garb is a symbol of its dedication to "rock out," not preach gospel.
AB 20-77, sponsored by Huntington Beach Assemblyman Travis Allen, targets groups that prey on the good intentions of donors while actually passing on very little of the money to the charities they claim to represent.
Local cops, often untrained in military tactics, may be carrying assault rifles used by our Marines and even Special Forces, commanding American boulevards from atop armored personnel carriers -- all using surplus weaponry donated by the Pentagon in a program designed to better equip civilian police against terrorists and heavily armed criminals.
Photo by Buck Ennis." data-ga-event-type="click" data-ga-event-category="Articles" data-ga-event-action="Main Photo Enlarge" data-ga-event-label="KeizoShimamoto"> Keizo Shimamoto opened his ramen noodle takeout shop, Ramen.Co, in the financial district in April and almost immediately began generating about $5,000 a day in sales.
In this Aug. 13, 2014, photo, people sift through donated food before doing their laundry for free at a laundromat during a Laundry Love event in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Over the long months that Victoria Mitchell lived in her car with her infant daughter, there was one bright spot in her life: doing laundry.
Watch a movie with the family under the stars. Stroll festival grounds in Laguna and check out the work of local artists and artisans.
The convoy moved toward the objective, interrupted by indirect fire. Parking the vehicles in a staggered formation along the dirt road, soldiers dismounted and provided security in all directions.
It's easy to be desensitized to SoCal reggae these days. But there's no substitute for staying power when you see a local band such as the Simpkin Project, whose commitment to the genre is more than a decade long and goes much deeper than a love of Sublime and Sour Diesel.
James W. Gruessing, Jr., the artistic director of Palos Verdes Performing Arts, though most of us still think of as simply "the Norris," comes across as self-assured and commanding.
It's time to locate the CD binder somewhere in a closet. Thumb through the inserts, and as nostalgia washes over, pull out 1994's "required listening" album for angst-filled teenagers and brush up on the Offspring's Smash .
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