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ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | June 14, 2007
Whenever I get the urge to ride my bicycle a little farther south than the usual six-mile trip to the Huntington Beach Pier, I venture toward Newport Beach. I put a $10 bill in my pocket and stop at The Crab Cooker for a crab cocktail. Then I take it over to the pier and enjoy it while watching the ocean, temporarily forgetting any concern about the afternoon sea breeze that will make the ride home seem like triple the distance I had just peddled. When I was a youth living in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Newport Beach was a mystery to me, like a distant, foreign land.
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SPORTS
By David Carrillo PeƱaloza | May 9, 2007
Courtney Conlogue is showing off her latest artwork when a mother and her child pass by the Huntington Beach Pier. "Hi!" screams the toddler. "That's a surf girl," mom tells her daughter, who jubilantly nods her head. Conlogue waves her hands at the girl, grabbing her attention even more. The girl in the stroller loves what she sees — cool skeleton drawings on Conlogue's hands. Make no bones about it, Conlogue is fearless. The 14-year-old wears it. Those markings on her hands are reminders of the poundings she might have to endure when pulling into massive barrels.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 30, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Erica Hosseini didn't really judge her performance on Saturday in the final of the Target Women's Pro Junior at the U.S. Open of Surfing by the third-place finish. The 2005 Newport Harbor High graduate said she was just happy to compete in the Women's Junior Pro event, which is in just its second year. "I would have liked to win it, obviously," said Hosseini, 19. "But I tried my best and got some fun waves. The conditions were good, and it was a fun day."
SPORTS
July 30, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Newport Harbor High product Steve Timmons and Corona del Mar High alumnus Brian Lewis each helped their teams advance past pool play on Saturday at the second annual Karch Kiraly Invitational beach volleyball tournament, part of the Bank of the West Beach Games at the Huntington Beach Pier. Timmons and Lewis, who both played for Orange Coast College, are in the same three-team pool. Timmons is playing on the Del Mar team, and Lewis on the Huntington Beach team.
SPORTS
By Dave Thorpe | July 28, 2006
Steve Timmons said he spends a lot of time these days chasing around his kids, Spencer, 9 1/2 and Stoney, 5 1/2 . This weekend, he'll spend a lot of time chasing around a volleyball. Timmons, a Newport Harbor High and Orange Coast College product who later starred at USC and for the United States men's national team, is among the volleyball legends slated to compete in the second annual Karch Kiraly Invitational, which is part of the Bank of the West Beach Games at the Huntington Beach Pier.
SPORTS
July 27, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Newport Harbor High product Erica Hosseini and Costa Mesa resident Courney Conlogue finished in the top two in their semifinal heats to advance to Saturday's final in the women's pro junior event at the U.S. Open of Surfing at the Huntington Beach Pier. Hosseini won her semifinal heat with a score of 12.0, besting Rosanne Hodge (11.66), Paige Alms (9.07) and Connie Arias (7.34). Conlogue finished second in her semifinal with a score of 10.4. Lee Ann Curren (11.60)
NEWS
By Mike Sciacca and James Lee | June 14, 2006
When it comes to sports in the summer, there's two ways to experience them ? watching or doing. Fortunately, there are plenty of options for those who want to do either along the coast. For the participant, several leagues are offered in Huntington Beach at the City Gym and Pool and Edison and Murdy Community Centers in adult and youth volleyball; slo-pitch softball; boys' summer baseball; girls' summer softball; pee wee T-ball; and junior and flag football. Newport Beach and Costa Mesa offer leagues in softball, volleyball, lawn bowling, indoor volleyball, basketball and flag football.
FEATURES
April 23, 2006
When covering breaking news, landmarks help to tell readers where the event occurred. In many cases, the environment around the police tape is hard to distinguish from any other place in a city. In photographer Kent Treptow's picture of the scene of a car chase that ended with a suicide near the foot of the Huntington Beach Pier, at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street, fewer landmarks would be better known. The Ruby's restaurant at the end of the pier and the lifeguard headquarters at its foot give readers a sense of exactly where the events took place.
LOCAL
By Lauren Vane, Amanda Pennington and Alicia Robinson | April 20, 2006
An unidentified man shot and killed himself near the Huntington Beach Pier late Wednesday morning after leading police on a low-speed chase from Newport Beach, where he had shot another man, police said. The man who was shot in Newport Beach survived and was taken to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana. Police did not name either man, but witnesses said the man shot in Newport was in his early 20s and was visiting from Lake Tahoe. The motive for the shooting was unknown Wednesday, but witnesses said the dispute was about a woman, possibly the estranged wife of the shooter.
SPORTS
By By Grant Dunning | November 9, 2005
As the OC Marathon draws nearer, runs are getting longer, but there's joy in the morning and in the company.EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a series following Newport Beach's Grant Dunning as he trains for his first marathon -- the Orange County Marathon on Jan. 8, 2006. Only two months to go before I cross the starting line of the Orange County Marathon with my daughter, Paige. Even though the training started more than three months ago, the time is flying by fast. During the past couple of weeks, I have completed several training runs while pushing my daughter in her adaptive stroller.
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