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January 6, 2009 Cubensis in Concert. Grateful Dead Tribute Band named after the psychedelic mushroom, stropharia cubensis, or psilocybes, serves up the acid-style music of the 70's, 80's in the true spirit of the Grateful Dead. Cubensis loves Huntington Beach and rocks the house each time the band performs. Time: 9 p.m. Location: Marlin Bar & Grill, 16651 Gothard Ave., Huntington Beach, CA 92647. Call: (714) 842-5587

January 6, 2009 Surf City Nights. Live music, entertainment for the family, food booths, farmer's market and free parking at 200 Main Street City Garage. Runs from 5 to 9 p.m. Cost: Free.

January 6, 2009 Ruby’s Surf City Diner Tuesday Special! Ruby's invites you to bring family & friends down the pier to enjoy quality food, and outstanding service on our kids eat free night. You may receive one free kid’s entrée with each adult entrée purchase. Don’t forget to mention this ad to the cashier for a free root beer float on your next visit!!!

January 6, 2009 Shipley Nature Center - Take a self-guided tour of this unique forest. Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: Central Park West, near Breakfast in the Park or on 17829 Golden West Street, between Slater and Central Library Drive, Huntington Beach, CA. Cost: Free. Call: (714) 842-4772.

January 6, 2009 Disc Frisbee Golf - The public is invited to get out and compete in this exciting sport that's relaxing and easy to learn. Location: Huntington Beach Disc Golf Course, Central Park lot off Golden West Street between Talbert and Ellis. Time: Daily. Call: (714) 425-9931.

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In Rincon they call this the rock dance, an effort surfers must endure to access their favorite surfing spots.

In Huntington Beach, it is better described as the boulder bop. Surfers, sunbathers, and pet owners can save time by accessing the beach via a set of boulders placed along the cliffs along Pacific Coast Highway near Golden West Street in Huntington Beach.

The cliffs look like they are in a state of erosion, so fences are in position to keep people from going too close to the edge and falling 20 or 30 feet.

The cliffs give HB its character and are the closest thing the city has to a mountain. Most of the beach is flat--very flat!

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