When the Crystal Cathedral announced there would be no “Glory of Easter” pageant like previous years, some were saddened, many disappointed, but few were surprised. Even churches and houses of worship have hit tough times. Robert H. Schuller, the founder of the church is known for a book, “Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People [...]
Some love, some hate it. But you can’t escape it. The smell of garlic in the fields and on the roads, being trucked from farms to market in California, is oh, so real.
Garlic is one of the best natural foods for your health but it also happens to be one of the least social spices. [...]
Dogs love their daily walks…never doubt that. But sometimes, a romp at the beach and into the Pacific Ocean can be just what the psychologist ordered to make your dog feel happy, peppy and playful. In Long Beach, California, there’s a special section of the city beach dedicated to dogs and their owners providing just [...]
Photos & Story by: Chris MacDonald - HB Ambassador, Calcoasthomes.com & Huntington Beach Coupon.com
Around 6,000 people woke up early on Easter Weekend 2010 to participate in the free 20th Annual Easter Hunt sponsored by Huntington Beach Community Services Department and Kiwanis Club of Huntington Beach.
The Shorelife Church band began performing contemporary songs around 9 a.m. [...]
03 Apr, 2010
Posted by: Beach Reporter In: travel
I grew up in a place called “Liberty”, located in the heartland–the center of the U.S.–the Midwest. We used to joke about it as kids. With sayings like: “If Liberty is the heart of America, Excelsior Springs is the armpit,” we were irreverent, yet we had our moments of unbeatable pride. When the Scout [...]
A free public celebration of sportfishing in San Diego has symbolized the official launch of Southern California’s spring saltwater fishing season for the past 31 years. The largest public celebration of its kind on the West Coast, Day at the Docks provides marine attractions that take place at the home of the largest sportfishing fleet [...]