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The food donations will start after Carole King and James Taylor's concert on July 20After Carole King and James Taylor's concert on July 20, the Honda Center, the Anaheim Ducks and ARAMARK (Honda Center's food and beverage partner) will start donating all unused, leftover food to local Anaheim c ... More >>
You there, sitting on the couch in your parent's basement, next to the Doritos, playing World of Warcraft for hours on end. Yes, YOU! What have you done to better mankind lately? More than 200,000 of your kind just donated $1.11 million to charity.
Lazy Dog Cafe is rewarding un-lazy, um, dogs and turning them into guinea pigs. Stay with me. The soon-to-be-opened restaurant is offering a free lunch during their sneak preview at their new Irvine store on Tuesday, March 2nd to reward all "philanthropists". You don't have to be Bill or Mel ... More >>
A 60-year-old Costa Mesa man pleaded guilty today to two felony counts of grand theft and was sentenced to 270 days in jail and three years probation in a bizarre cases involving a Ford Mustang collector's car he promised to restore for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation nonprofit for women, inclu ... More >>
Soles4Souls and Sport Chalet have joined forces to collect shoes for victims of Haiti's devastating earthquake. Soles4Souls, a Nashville-based charity that collects shoes from individuals and footwear companies to give to needy people around the world, has made a commitment to donate more than 2 ... More >>
A lot of relief groups have and will be appealing for donations to help earthquake-rattled Haiti. The Pan American Development Foundation--an independent, non-profit organization that creates public-private partnerships to assist the least advantaged people in Latin America and the Caribbean--is enc ... More >>
There's still time to give in to your desire to strip down to your bathing suit--the one you always wear under your jammies during the winter--and walk, run or dive into the chilly Pacific Ocean near Huntington Beach Pier with other die-hards at high noon New Year's Day.Would knowing the nuttines ... More >>
An item the New York Times posted online Tuesday night that outed David Gelbaum as a major anonymous donor to the American Civil Liberties Union and reported the Newport Beach philanthropist was cutting off $19 million in yearly donations because of economic setbacks has left the ACLU scrambling, ... More >>
Photo by Joel Eckman Maus Glenn and Wendy Stearns admire Challenger's wingspan as handler Al Cecere holds the non-releasable bald eagle. CHALLENGER'S CHARITY FLIGHT PATH IS CORRECTED . . . "Challenger," the non-releasable American bald eagle we told you about this morning, made his sched ... More >>
The Los Angeles Times' Fabulous Forum blog reports today that UC Irvine as of Saturday is "discontinuing" five sports--men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's rowing, and sailing--to cut costs amid reduced state funding. University brass expects to save $1 million by ... More >>
Remember that charity benefit show I wrote about? The one at Long Beach's Shore Ultra Lounge? Yeah, that one. Anyone, the promoter sent me this email (and added it as a comment to all my previous posts) saying that he was, well, ripped off. Here's what he sent me. And before anyone gets mad at me, I ... More >>
Since I last wrote about the event, which runs until June 2, it's more than doubled in size, with 27 restaurants, pubs and bars confirmed, including Duke's. There are brilliant bargains to be had (check the website for details), and, even better, this chowing is for charity!
A "Taste For Charity" and Silent Art Auction, 5 p.m.Tastes by top restaurants, silent auction of art from local galleries and a live auction with raffle prizes! This charitable gathering has it all. Proceeds benefit the Community Clinic, 1st Thursdays Art Walk, Sally's Fund, CSP Youth Shelter, Woma ... More >>
When the postman drops letters, magazines and packages off at your Orange County home or business on Saturday, he or she is going to want something in return: food.To help combat a sharply increasing need for emergency food assistance, U.S. Postal Service letter carriers will seek donated food items ... More >>
The great LA-based counterculture magazine Arthur needs to raise $20,000 by July 1 or it will have to cease publishing. LA Weekly's Randall Roberts summarizes the sorry scenario on our sister paper's blog here. If you're so inspired, you can donate money to Arthur's worthy cause by using the widg ... More >>
49th Annual Garden Grove Strawberry Festival
Wally Ingram benefit
OC Weekly Artist Program
Most Valiant Player: Carlos Delgado
You cant say that on TVbut Bill Cosby can
ROCK for CHOC benefit
Charitable gaming scores big money for Brea businessman
Neat! But is it art?