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  • In search of Sasquatch

    In search of Sasquatch
    Have you seen Bigfoot? The students of Sonora Elementary School sure have. In a mock documentary which incorporated more than 100 students, the school's drama club practiced technological and teamwork skills while producing a feature-length movie about...
  • Corona del Mar Today

    Controversy Brewing Over New CDMHS Theater; Community Meeting Planned For Thursday Postponed Corona del Mar High School soon could get a new theater — but will the $13 million proposed theater-in-the-round stage be too small for plays and dance...
  • The $40,000 idea is out there

    Editor's note: This corrects the prize in the Buddy Group's challenge and when the winner will be announced. Pushing the envelope isn't a foreign concept. Most are familiar with weighing the options between risk-taking and playing it safe, though few...
  • Wordsmiths offer tips, insights

    Wordsmiths offer tips, insights
    "I cannot live without books," Thomas Jefferson famously wrote. Luckily for area bibliophiles, April 9 could supply them with several years' worth — autographed, as well. The fifth annual Literary Orange festival at the UC Irvine Student...
  • Creating a wax museum

    NEWPORT BEACH — Rows of third-grade students dressed in costumes stood statue-like, holding out their clenched right fists. As parents walked up and down the rows and pressed a red "button" on the students' fists, 8-year-old versions of Leonardo...
  • On Theater: A love that's lasted 900 years

    On Theater: A love that's lasted 900 years
    The latest tenant (the word is used advisedly) at South Coast Repertory is the British import "Tristan & Yseult," where generous amounts of farcical satire, embellished with a rock opera musical score, turn this legendary love story into a medieval three-...
  • 6 female authors to talk about writing

    6 female authors to talk about writing
    As Shakespeare famously said, all the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. The half-dozen women who will star at the Laguna Playhouse on Oct. 21 have chosen a particularly difficult part — one that flutters in and out of the...
  • On Theater: 'Imagination' requires plenty of it

    On Theater: 'Imagination' requires plenty of it
    He may have been responsible for "The Flying Nun" and "The Partridge Family," but theater people will let those TV projects pass. Bernard Slade also gave us "Same Time, Next Year," "Romantic Comedy" and "Tribute," among many other finely crafted comedies....
  • Beat goes on at H.B. gallery

    Beat goes on at H.B. gallery
    In the shadow of Bella Terra, a photographic exhibition is underway that chronicles a lesser-known French chapter in the history of the counterculture Beat movement. Through April 21, the OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art in Huntington Beach's Old World...
  • Newest HB Reads selection focuses on bullying

    Newest HB Reads selection focuses on bullying
    Next year, as in the past, the HB Reads program will spotlight a group of people who are often invisible in everyday life. This time, though, they won't be miles away in Sudan or Afghanistan, toiling on a migrant farm or secluded in a special-education...
  • President influences artist's latest sculpture

    President influences artist's latest sculpture
    Laguna artist Nick Hernandez, who has sculpted several replicas of noteworthy figures such as Chelsea Clinton, is tapping politics for his latest inspiration — a sculpture of President Barack Obama. "[Artists] have a rather prominent voice in...