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9 hrs ago | The Wave
Final touches are being done at the soon-to-open Sola Salon Studios. The Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 20. Grab a snack, enjoy some face painting and join in the fun.
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14 hrs ago | Coast Magazine
It's not too late in the year for change. While the new year often brings with it talk of resolutions and new beginnings, self-improvement is a good thing no matter the season.
18 hrs ago | Powder
Powder Editor John Stifter planned to grill hotdogs with Drew Tabke's dad while watching the best big mountain competitors in the world get rad for the Snowbird stop of the Freeride World Tour.
19 hrs ago | The Wave
Congregation B'nai Tzedek students and members of the community will unite to participate in Mitzvah Day on March 23, volunteering in Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and working with groups benefiting charities in Orange County, South America and Africa.
23 hrs ago | Huntington Beach Independent
More than 50 mobile home residents stood in solidarity in Huntington Beach City Council chambers Monday, many of them holding signs that read, "Keep our senior parks as senior parks."
Yesterday | The Papillion Times
Heather Myers of Mission Viejo, Calif., offers subscription boxes through her freelance business, River & Bridge.
A proposal to build a water desalination plant in Huntington Beach amid the severe drought is encountering resistance from critics who cite the project s financial and environmental costs.
HUNTINGTON BEACH A hazardous-materials team was called to a Huntington Beach manufacturing business Wednesday afternoon after an incorrect mixture led to a chemical reaction, authorities said.
SANTA ANA A former FBI agent who worked in Long Beach was sentenced to two years of probation for hiding his gambling winnings from his employer.
It may be hard to believe, but Coachella is a mere month away. With the event right around the corner and legions of fans set to invade Southern California, there's a feeling of excitement in the air that happens around this time every year.
What, you may ask, is that mouthful of a restaurant calling itself "Eureka! Discover American Craft"? It's an outfit that has eateries as far north as Seattle and as far south as San Diego, with a bar specializing in beer and bourbon.
Deborah Schneider, executive chef and partner at Solita in Huntington Beach and Sol Cocina in Newport Beach and Scottsdale, Ariz., draws on her rich culinary background to bring the seductive flavors of the Baja Peninsula to the plate.
On Friday, Malkenhorst opened a new front in his knock-down, drag-out war to prevent his retirement check from shriveling to $115,000 a year.
Singer-guitarist Nick Waterhouse is only in his late 20s, but if you judge this musician by his output and the influences he's dropped in interviews, he sounds four decades older.
It will be at least a year before construction is complete at Pacific City, a new mixed retail-residential project on Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach.