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  • Newport's Junior Lifeguard fees eclipse other cities

    Newport's Junior Lifeguard fees eclipse other cities
    NEWPORT BEACH — Every summer, school-aged children from neighborhoods like Dover Shores and Corona del Mar board the Balboa Island Ferry and travel together to the beach. They wear massive backpacks and matching red and blue clothes — all from...
  • BBVC makes trip count

    BBVC makes trip count
    The Balboa Bay Volleyball Club Quiksilver under-16 boys' team almost lost out on a chance to win its first tournament of the year because of a cancelled flight. Of all the tournaments to miss, Kevin Rakestraw couldn't believe it might be the biggest...
  • BBVC U17 takes fifth

    Jack Reed, a Corona del Mar High incoming senior, led the Balboa Bay Volleyball Club Quiksilver under-17 boys' team to a fifth-place showing in the open division at the USA Volleyball Junior National Championships in Minneapolis. Reed, who earned all-...
  • Saving lives, saving money

    Every summer, school-aged children from neighborhoods like Dover Shores and Corona del Mar board the Balboa Island Ferry and travel together to the beach. They wear massive backpacks and matching red and blue clothes — all from a marquee surfwear...
  • Surfers' mark is made in H.B.

    Surfers' mark is made in H.B.
    Chuck Linnen's name has long been famous around Huntington Beach. Now, it may take an earthquake — or two — to remove it. Linnen, a longtime Huntington Beach surfer, pressed his hands and feet into wet cement Friday morning at this year's...
  • What denim brands are slipping into

    What denim brands are slipping into
    Denim, a simple, sturdy and relatively inexpensive material, has been associated with manual labor for much of its 200-plus-year history in the United States. But the indigo-dyed cotton fabric has undergone a transformation in the last few decades,...
  • Collins is wave of future

    Meah Collins is 11 years old, and yes, she's a girl. These facts describe her as a person, but they don't come close to limiting her as a surfer. The Costa Mesa resident has a future in surfing that appears as bright as her pink and neon yellow board....
  • The Crowd: Business leaders share dinner and directors awards

    It was arguably the most prestigious social event of the Southern California business community. On Feb. 17, some 450 executives from all over Southern California converged upon the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Laguna Niguel, for the 16th Forum for Corporate...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Making predictions for Quiksilver Pro

    Here we go again, folks. The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) world tour has kicked off this week on the Gold Coast of Australia with the Quiksilver Pro currently taking place at Snapper Rocks. So far they have completed round one, with the...
  • Joe Surf: Nike, Hurley and Converse leave U.S. Open sponsorless

    Remember the days when the surfing contests were all about the surfing and not about the sponsors? Well, those days are back. OK, not really. But, for the moment anyway, Huntington Beach's U.S. Open of Surfing — the largest surf contest in the...
  • The Crowd: American Diabetes Assn. honors great O.C. dads

    The Crowd: American Diabetes Assn. honors great O.C. dads
    It was a week to recognize and celebrate the contributions of dads on the Orange Coast. Father's Day2012 was the theme for the American Diabetes Assn.'s annual "Father of the Year" dinner held at the Grove of Anaheim. A shoulder-to-shoulder crowd of...