Denise Richards and ex-husband Charlie Sheen have come so far that it's almost hard to believe they were once in such a vicious divorce battle that she filed a restraining order against him and claimed he threatened her.
Now the exes are friends and even co-stars. Richards appears on an upcoming episode of Sheen's new FX sitcom "Anger Management," which premieres Thursday. She says it was his idea for her to do the show.
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Lynhthy Nguyen is a Los Angeles-based international Professional Dancer, Spokesmodel, & Model from Corona, CA. She is classically trained in ballet, jazz, modern, tap, hip-hop, musical theater, and tumbling, which led to her dancing on a scholarship and competitively for over 12 years. Lynhthy began instructing in 2001.
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Corona Del Mar, The Wedge, The Ferry Boat Crossing From Balboa Island to Newport
Newport Beach, What A Day
Woodys, Yea Baby
I Remember This, Was it last Saturday Night
|The World's Largest Windshimes, Macy' at Fashion Island|
Dog, Man, the beach. Whatta Life.
Just Kickin Back and watching the waves roll in.
|Here’s an interesting report by OC Register’s Pat Brennan about a study that shows three local beaches ranked among the cleanest in the nation.|
The “five-star” beaches were Bolsa Chica State Beach, Huntington State Beach, and 38th and 52nd and 53rd in Newport Beach.
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Half Moon Bay celebrates Independence Day 2012 and its classic small town spirit with the popular Ol’ Fashioned 4th of July Parade down historic Main Street.
Starting at 12 noon, the delightful, home-spun parade features a charming array of creative floats, marching bands, equine groups, classic cars, decorated trikes and bikes, “Pooches on Parade”, non-profits, youth sports teams, dance and theatre troupes, and local dignitaries who will slowly wind its way through the crowded downtown.
For more information on the event, call Cameron Palmer at 650 726-5705. Fireworks have been canceled this year due to lack of funds.
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About a million tourists visit the island every year; Catalina is serviced by ferries and the “Airport in the Sky.” Ferries depart from Orange County in Newport Beach and Dana Point, while they depart from Los Angeles County in Long Beach, San Pedro, and Marina del Rey. The trip takes approximately an hour and costs approx $65 round trip. Helicopter service is also available from Long Beach or San Pedro. Glass bottom boats tour the reefs and shipwrecks of the area, and scuba diving and snorkeling are popular in the clear water. Lover’s Cove, to the east of town, and Descanso Beach, to the west of the Casino, are popular places to dive. The area is famous for the schools of flyingfish and the bright orange Garibaldi which teem in local waters. Bus tours are given of the interior. While tourists rarely have an opportunity to surf, two beaches on the “backside” of Catalina offer good waves: Shark Harbor and Ben Weston Beach.
Catalina is an oasis of romance and adventure located off the Southern California coast, where the pressures of everyday life melt away, replaced by warm memories and cherished experiences. Sheltered from development and protected from urban sprawl, the Island offers dramatic vistas and native flora and fauna, crystal clear waters teeming with marine life and sweeping vistas of rolling hills and steep cliffs.
dining, shopping and day spas along with accommodations that include boutique hotels, quaint bed and breakfasts and vacation homes. For those who choose to venture further afield, the rustic village of Two Harbors hosts campers, boaters and guests at its only lodging option, an historic bed and breakfast.
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