When photographer Keith May suggested a photo tour of Seal Beach, we couldn't resist: Seal Beach is located just a couple miles south of Long Beach and just a few blocks north of Sunset Beach. It's quaint, quiet, but has a unique character you just don't see around here. Descriptions and photographs by Keith May. For more info on Seal Beach Music, visit their website here. Seal Beach Music is located at 118 Main St, Seal Beach, (562) 430-0594.
July, July—is it really almost over? Take a look through our month-in-review... in photos. We had surfin' mutts, muddy butts, plushie uterus dolls, pro skaters, pro surfers, killer waves and the return of Big Drill Car. And much, much more.
Diets not allowed: Ice cream cones the size of your foot, corn on the cob, Krispy Kreme chicken sandwiches, frozen bananas, corn dogs, barbecued anything and more await you at the 2009 OC Fair. What are you waiting for?
Etsy.com has been a staple for those of us seeking some not-so-ordinary handmade gifts--little did you know it's also a treasure trove for some not-so-ordinary NSFW gifts, too. Seriously on the NSFW. Looking for something to gift at a bachelorette or bachelor party and not so much Grandma or...
Newport Beach's renowned surf spot, the Wedge, experienced 15-foot-plus waves on 7/24, which drew a large crowd of gawkers left wondering if this was Newport Beach or the Banzai Pipeline. Though it was truly a phenom and a sight to behold, the day wasn't without its tragedies either—50-year-ol...
Cosplayers took their costumes to the next level
with interpretations and execution of shows, movies and comics like
Brave, The Walking Dead, Ghost Rider, Adventure Time, Harry Potter and
Beetlejuice. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
Presented by the Masonic Order of the Rusty Projector (seriously, that's the name), "Movies on the Beach" brings well, movies to the beach—San Onofre, to be exact. 7/25's event brought us the 1971 Bruce Brown classic Any Sunday starring Steve McQueen, Mert Lawill, Malcolm Smith and many othe...
It came, we saw and it totally ruled, dude: The 2009 U.S. Open of Surfing lasted an entire glorious week in Huntington Beach. Check out photos from the weekend, 7/24-7/26, by none other than the surfing photographer John Gilhooley.