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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Community & Clubs: Golfing to support Marines

    The Sons of the American, Legion Post 291, are working with Costa Mesa resident and tournament Director Fred Arnold to promote the sixth annual Injured Marine Golf Benefit on Oct. 11 at the Costa Mesa Golf Course, 1701 Golf Course Drive. "The sole...
  • Former OCC student wins Food Network challenge

    Former OCC student wins Food Network challenge
    COSTA MESA — A graduate of Orange Coast College's culinary arts program won first place this week in a contest in which four top chefs went up against one another to see who could create an all-chocolate vehicle that actually moved. Award-winning...
  • Show to retell infamous O.C. murder case

    One of Orange County's most notorious murder cases will be retold on TV Monday, when the Investigation Discovery channel revisits the murder of Denise Huber on "Unusual Suspects." Huber, 23, was abducted late at night on the side of the 73 Freeway...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    TODAY Group Guitar Lessons Central Orange Coast YMCA, 23000 University Drive, Newport Beach, hosts a free guitar fitting session from 6 to 7 p.m. for children for its upcoming six-week group guitar lessons. The course, which starts Monday, is $125 and...
  • Hot cocktails for great charities

    Hot cocktails for great charities
    Editor's note: This corrects the caption's information about the amount of money donated. COSTA MESA — Z'Tejas Southwestern Grill might be better known for serving up Tex-Mex meals, but on Wednesday the South Coast Plaza restaurant kicked up its...
  • Fashion can't slouch at this event

    Last year's first installment of Fashion's Night Out, an effort to jump-start a sagging industry with an evening full of shopping events in major cities all over the world brought to the masses by New York-based Vogue magazine and the Council of Fashion...
  • Friday's Calendar

    Friday's Calendar
    TODAY Back Bay Soiree Southern California Hospice Foundation will host the Back Bay Soiree, a wine tasting fundraiser, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the Newport Beach Vineyards and Winery, 2128 Mesa Drive. Newport Beach. Tickets are $125 per person and...
  • It's A Gray Area: Promote our heritage

    My column on July 5, 2009, cited the Heritage Museum of Orange County as being a gem, but one that needed more attention and polishing. Since then, I have accepted a position on its board of directors and have been rolling up my sleeves with polishing...
  • Letters from the Editor: Give us your political questions

    Letters from the Editor: Give us your political questions
    I feel like I am back in school doing homework. The subject: politics and politicians. I've spent the last two Thursday nights cramming for the upcoming Feet to the Fire Forum, a Newport-Mesa candidates' debate organized by Orange County media. My...
  • Community & Clubs: Helping clean up the bay

    Community & Clubs: Helping clean up the bay
    Dozens of members of the Rotary Clubs of Newport Balboa, Newport Beach Sunrise and Costa Mesa teamed up with Newport Beach firefighters Saturday to serve hamburgers, cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, chips and soft drinks to nearly 800 volunteers who...
  • 'O.C.' star set for reunion in show

    'O.C.' star set for reunion in show
    Television, as the Rules of Entertainment dictate, needs a network show about a pretty brunette who speaks to spirits. So with CBS' "The Ghost Whisperer" having been shuffled off this mortal coil, NBC is stepping into the afterlife market with "Ghost...
  • On Theater: 'Alice' curiouser and curiouser at Vanguard

     On Theater: 'Alice' curiouser and curiouser at Vanguard
    When Charles Dodgson spun an adventurous tale to a 10-year-old girl on a boating trip in 1865, making it up as he went along, he hardly could have realized the impact it would have on future generations. Dodgson embellished the story, published it under...