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  • Into the O.C.

    One of the most reclusive legends in modern American history will make a rare appearance in Costa Mesa on Oct. 29. Prolific Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim will speak with American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers head Michael...
  • In The Arts

    Paintings by artist from Down Under to appear in Laguna The McCollum Gallery in Laguna Beach on Saturday night will open a solo exhibition of works by Gabrielle Pool, a New Zealand-born Australian painter. "Dreamings: Aboriginal-inspired works by...
  • Google doodle celebrates Disney artist

    Google doodle celebrates Disney artist
    Have you been to Google’s homepage today? Notice something familiar? There in the Google doodle. Looks familiar, right? If you’re a Disney fan who appreciates the rich visual history of the company’s creations, chances are you also are...
  • Cooking pumpkin: Treat or trick?

    Cooking pumpkin: Treat or trick?
    Q: Are all pumpkins edible? I have this wonderful pumpkin soup in a pumpkin recipe from Saveur magazine. It calls for a 7-inch Cinderella pumpkin, but if I cannot find that, I want to know if I would be safe with any other pumpkin. —Joanne Thompson...
  • My Pet World: Giving female dog a male name is no big deal

    Question: On a walk with our dog, Payton (a male shepherd/collie mix), we met two girls with a female miniature schnauzer named Butch. I realize dogs don't know a male name from a female name, but people laugh at this dog all the time. This is wrong, and...
  • Natural Perspectives: Much ado about pumpkins

    Pumpkin season is here. Despite threats of a pumpkin shortage due to flooding in the Midwest, the local grocery stores stock a bounty of pumpkins. Many people use them for entryway decorations for Halloween, either whole or with faces carved into them....
  • Jitterbugs welcomed

    The Foundation for Neurosciences, Stroke and Recovery hosted "A Casino and Swing Dance Party with a Purpose" on Friday at the OASIS Senior Center. Many guests wore swing-era attire to the fundraiser dinner, which had a speakeasy theme, period music by...
  • Swing state TV stations get all-access White House pass

    Swing state TV stations get all-access White House pass
    Here's an offer no working reporter could refuse: a one-on-one interview with the president of the United States. If you're a local TV anchor covering a crucial swing state, the White House might even be willing to sweeten the deal. Nine local TV...
  • Greer's OC: Enjoy Bella Notte at Hilton

    Join the 22nd annual SPIN gala, Bella Notte, a gourmet food and wine event at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Hilton Waterfront Hotel & Resort in Huntington Beach, 21100 Pacific Coast Hwy. Two award-winning chefs, Executive Chef Jeff Littlefield of Shades...
  • On the eve the grand opening on Clark Street, 10 moments in Black Ensemble's 35-year history

    Most arts organizations have carefully worded mission statements, filled with arty buzzwords and forged by groups. Chicago's Black Ensemble Theater's mission statement was written by one woman and just gets right down to it: "to eradicate racism." Most...
  • Mailbag: Occupy Movement is truly heroic

    Shame on you, Cindy ("Canyon To Cove: Protesting the pointless protests", Nov. 11). We are so often in the same camp. But for you to criticize and demean the Occupy Movement as overly cozy and unfocused is over-simplifying a heroic effort on the part of...