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Black Lives Matter Protests in Huntington Beach Through the Eyes of a Local Photographer

Huntington Beach has been the site of many protests over the years. Surf City-based professional photographer Mandy Rosen has attended and covered many-a-protests. Here she shares her stunning photographs and personal insights on the Black Lives Matter movement. Since the death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests have been consistently attracting large…

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Paw-sea Grand Opening

We were at the grand opening of The Pawséa, the Pasea Hotel’s new 1,100 square foot outdoor pup play area outfitted with a lifeguard station dog house, a local artist commissioned wall mural featuring dog angel wings for coveted Instagram travel photos, and all the space a vacationing four-legged friend could want.   Top Surf…

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2019 Taste of Huntington Beach Winners

According to Taste of HB chairman Dan Page, this year, the 2019 Taste of Huntington Beach event on Sunday, April 28th, exceeded all previous records for attendance and numbers of restaurants, wineries, and breweries exhibiting.   An estimated 2000 people enjoyed food and drink samples from 50 restaurants, 22 wineries, and 17 breweries! The annual…

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#SurfCityBlitz 2018: Punk’s Not Dead!

Imagine a weekend filled with music, motorcycles, surfing, and art. Imagine a musical lineup that features your favorite punk rock bands. Now imagine that on the beach. Well, the people behind last weekend’s Surf City Blitz did imagine all that, and what’s more, made it all happen! We received tickets to the first day of…

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Huntington Beach Haunted Houses 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, that is, for these Huntington Beach locals who love Halloween! Check out these four haunted houses on All Hallow’s Eve, for free and almost-free at our local Surf City USA neighborhoods. Earrywood Haunted House The Earrywood Hauntd House is on its 16th year and will be open…