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  • Gearing up for U.S. Open

    Gearing up for U.S. Open
    Ryah Arthur and Eli Viszolay are heading into the U.S. Open of Surfing in different ways. The Laguna Beach athletes will be a part of the world's largest professional surfing competition, which begins its nine-day run at the Huntington Beach Pier on...
  • Learn to surf this summer

    School's out. Swell's in. Surf's up. To celebrate the continuation of summer — or the onset if we're going by the weather — a few surf schools in Laguna Beach are offering lessons and camps for little (and big) grommets who want to learn some...
  • In The Arts

    His 'Million Charming Creatures' Mixed-media artist Ben Brough will share his recent collection, "A Million Charming Creatures," Saturday through Aug. 26 at the 210 AR4T Space, 210 N. Coast Hwy. The opening event will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. and...
  • Saving lives can be fun, games, too

    When the United States Lifesaving Assn. National Lifeguard Championships get underway this week, Scott Diederich will be wearing the kelly green and white cap that is representative of the Laguna Beach Lifeguard Assn. Diederich, a seasoned competitor...
  • Beyond the beach: Try Maui's tropic scape or Point Reyes' dunes

    Beyond the beach: Try Maui's tropic scape or Point Reyes' dunes
    When it comes to long walks on warm, sandy beaches, Southern Californians are spoiled by our many choices. But how about strolling miles of tropical beach? Or sauntering across acres of sand dunes? Or traipsing miles of sandy coast with dramatic vistas...
  • Ride 'em, cowboy

    Ride 'em, cowboy
    Editor's note: This corrects the cost of attending the Family Fun Fair. When the contestants hit the course at the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center this weekend, there won't be any grapevines dangling from trees, rivers or fallen logs. But to...
  • Chasing Down The Muse: A road trip in Baja

    Summer vacation! The word bounces around inside my mouth with all the joy inherent in time spent away from 'normal' daily endeavors. The magic of vacation, or "holiday" to use the delightful British term, is to step away, to put down the mantle, and enjoy...
  • Ready, set, shop

    Often, the best way to find fun, original holiday gifts is to look locally. Greater Baltimore has a bevy of earnest, thoughtful shops with plenty to offer this season. The 100 clothing, jewelry, home goods, gourmet and gift stores on this list are some of...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Reflections from the center of the Atlantic

    It seems nothing more than a dream now that I am back in the comfort of home. At times it wasn't a dream but a nightmare. I suspect I learned more in those six weeks away from home than in the last six years, being confined to a sailboat with 13 people...
  • Businesses offering family-friendly activities

    As winter break comes to a close, now is the time to pack in as much fun as possible before it's back to school. Here is a list of places to go before school starts back up: Thursday Grab scarves and sweaters to ice skate only a hop, skip and jump away...
  • Icy plunge for New Year

    Residents and visitors rang in the New Year with an icy dip into the ocean at noon Saturday by the Huntington Beach Pier for the 11th annual Surf City Splash. The event was proceeded by a pancake breakfast by the Lions Club with all proceeds going to...