December 3, 2009
Roald Dahl wrote unusual books for children that feature mystery and danger in complex story lines. “James and the Giant Peach” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” have already captured the attention of major filmmakers. Director Wes Anderson now takes on the challenge of Dahl’s wry and quirky tale “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” Hollywood superstars George Clooney and Meryl Streep voice the foxy husband and wife team. They deliver sparkling dialogue and rapid fire wit throughout the show.
December 3, 2009
EDITOR’S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. George E. Allison, 26, Long Beach Isaiah M. Clark, 18, Corona Jeffrey L. Delatorre, 38, Anaheim Maria A. Federiconi, 19, Huntington Beach Mark S. Miller, 55, Huntington Beach Michael W. Schartung, 46, Huntington Beach Matthew D. Boese, 26, Huntington Beach Trevor J. Nady, 21, Mariposa Christopher D. Wyman, 31, Huntington Beach Michael A. Curran, 28, Costa Mesa Mark A. Alliman, 39, Huntington Beach Nicole C. Fox, 28, Huntington Beach Ashley A. Helma, 30, Huntington Beach Yazmani U. Hernandez, 28, Huntington Beach Glen Willis, 49, Huntington Beach Toni L. Giampieto, 28, Huntington Beach Ronda L. Hogan, 38, Long Beach Joseph Ermalovich, 24, Huntington Beach Fulgencio C. Cuevas, 27, Huntington Beach Ivan C. Guerrero, 33, Huntington Beach Miles Nobre, 30, Huntington Beach Raymond A. Davis, 55, Huntington Beach Edward P. Dewitt, 48, Guadalupe Tuan C. Phan, 54, Anaheim Charles D. Gilson, 67, Lakewood
November 26, 2009
Good eating to you this holiday What better time to talk about food than this national day of thanksgiving? Today is the day that people all over America feast on turkey, dressing, cranberries and pumpkin pie. Vegetables like yams, green beans and corn often accompany the feast. If the veggies are organic and locally grown, all the better. And that leads us into our topic of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Basically, CSAs are programs of subscription farming. Customers sign up and pay in advance for a share of the produce.
November 12, 2009
COSTA MESA — Mike VanDeripe had 301 passing yards and three touchdowns as the Golden West College football team topped San Bernardino Valley, 41-21, on Saturday at Orange Coast College. It was the fifth straight victory for the Rustlers, who improved to 5-4, 5-1 in the American Mountain Conference. If they win Saturday against San Diego Southwestern they will be bowl-eligible. Brandon Grissom had four catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns against SBVC. Bryce Blake also had four catches, for 100 yards and score.