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  • Resources Guide: How to find classes for seniors

    RESOURCES GUIDE Fall means back to school for kids and young adults. But hundreds of programs in the Southland are open to seniors, too. And relatives who are concerned about keeping their elders healthy —mentally and physically — should...
  • A Golden State of artwork

    A Golden State of artwork
    Nearly 50 artists from around California will show off their artwork at a special exhibit that begins at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Orange County Museum of Art near Fashion Island. "2010 California Biennial" curator Sarah Bancroft said she hopes to give...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Get outdoors for gardens, flowers

     The Coastal Gardener: Get outdoors for gardens, flowers
    If you've been huddling up inside the house and avoiding the raindrops and puddles, the coming days offer a chance to get outside for some fresh air. Three exciting once-a-year events are on tap. Flowers, homes and gardens are the theme. * American...
  • Alzheimer's Association helps caregivers

    Alzheimer's Association helps caregivers
    The Alzheimer's Association is offended—and for good reason. Last week, Andy Cohen, head of Caring.com, in touting his online plan for families caring for an Alzheimer's patient, commented that the Alzheimer's Association overall is less...
  • Financial planner aims to reduce costs

    Blake Rose believes in the Tea Party. He's not shy about mentioning that when he introduces himself to prospective voters. The only write-in candidate for Huntington Beach City Council is probably the most obscure of the 21 contenders in next week's...
  • Maldonado drops by Brand Boulevard

    Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado on Wednesday stopped at Porto's Bakery on North Brand Boulevard to shake hands with customers and pick up some of the Cuban eatery's most famous menu items — potato balls. Maldonado, a former state senator appointed to...
  • Attorney checking timing for fairgrounds challenge

    COSTA MESA — The Orange County Fair Board on Thursday instructed its attorney to explore legal options for challenging the state's sale of the fairgrounds. "We have a claim to the title of the property in our research," said Roger Grable, the...
  • Poseidon plant one approval away

    A $350-million seawater desalination plant that could provide Orange County with 50 million gallons of fresh water a day is just one permit away from beginning construction in Huntington Beach. Poseidon Resources received approval Friday from the State...
  • Tricking and treating safely

    The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence in Orange County and Community Alliance Network recently announced a list of Halloween party guidelines, devised to help parents and adults keep teens safe and to prevent underage drinking. "This...
  • The Coastal Gardener: United effort needed to protect iconic tree

    The Coastal Gardener: United effort needed to protect iconic tree
    In the past three weeks, a 1.5-inch beetle has caused a flurry of activity among county, state and federal officials. Local palm enthusiasts have begun to panic. Landscape professionals, responsible for the health of the region's palms, are worried....
  • Journey through Japanese arts in O.C.

    COSTA MESA — Get ready for a journey to explore the Japanese and Japanese American cultures through a medium that can connect all people: the arts. The JapanOC festival opens Saturday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center, the Segerstrom...