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  • The Cat is back at Adams

    The Cat is back at Adams
    COSTA MESA — Hayden Machbank did like green eggs and ham. Hayden Machbank ate them like she should. Hayden Machbank ate them because she could. "I was surprised because it was good," said the 6-year-old dressed in a pink Disney princess robe...

  • The Cat in the Hat's back -- with some neat science facts

    The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house All that cold, cold, wet day. Those lyrical four sentences sparked a revolution. Dr. Seuss'' start to the classic "The Cat in the Hat" created generations of readers. Before Theodor...
  • On Theater: Playhouse announces 2011 schedule

    For the second consecutive year, the Huntington Beach Playhouse will offer a season of new productions — not "new" in the chronological sense, but plays that haven't yet been performed in the history of the Huntington Beach theater, which dates back...
  • Dr. Seuss, Robin Hood and a hungry caterpillar need your help

    "Where the Wild Things Are," "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and "The Adventures of Robin Hood" sat on display with all their battered edges, worn-out sides and cracked spines for the world to see. The beat-up, or well-loved, childhood books are just...
  • 10 great hikes of the West

    10 great hikes of the West
    See those glossy outdoors photos on your desktop calendar? It's time to get into the picture. These hikes take you there, from red rocks to rain forests, from cliff dwellings to vernal pools. Complete all of them and you complete a picture of the West &#...
  • Spartans celebrate homecoming

    Two fire engines drove down Foothill Boulevard Friday carrying an unusual group of passengers — La Caņada High School's football team and cheerleaders. It was all part of the homecoming parade before the school's big game and school dance....
  • 10 things you might not know about the color green

    10 things you might not know about the color green
    Green is good, at least when it comes to the environment and to the dyeing of the Chicago River this weekend. So enjoy St. Patrick's Day with a green beer, but don't get too green around the gills. 1. The green card, a permanent residency card for...
  • Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (with Boris Karloff) on DVD

    Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (with Boris Karloff) on DVD
  • The Sterling Morton Library

    The Sterling Morton Library
    The Morton Arboretum in Lisle is known for its outdoor splendor, and its Sterling Morton Library is representative of its wooded surroundings. The oval reading room, designed by Chicago architect Harry Weese in 1963, has curved cherry bookcases, a ceiling...