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Submerged in a Dancing Daydream

May's photo essay "Submerged in a Dancing Day Dream", started with members of Backhausdance shot by Orange Coast photographer Priscilla Iezzi, but was ultimately transformed by illustrator Oksana Badrak into the playful story that unfolds on the print pages. Here, we take you behind the scenes with a video of the photo shoot and clickable before-and-after photos. Read more...

Quiz: Is Orange County Worth it?

How much does the mostly stellar reputation of the county’s 28 districts and schools, colleges and universities reflect the reality? Take our pop quiz, then decide. Read more...

Submerged in a Dancing Daydream Before and After 3

May's photo essay "Submerged in a Dancing Day Dream", started with members of Backhausdance shot by Orange Coast photographer Priscilla Iezzi, but was ultimately transformed by illustrator Oksana Badrak into the playful story that unfolds on the print pages. Here, we take you behind the scenes with clickable before-and-after photos. Read more...

Submerged in a Dancing Daydream Before and After 4

May's photo essay "Submerged in a Dancing Day Dream", started with members of Backhausdance shot by Orange Coast photographer Priscilla Iezzi, but was ultimately transformed by illustrator Oksana Badrak into the playful story that unfolds on the print pages. Here, we take you behind the scenes with clickable before-and-after photos. Read more...

Submerged in a Dancing Daydream Before and After 1

May's photo essay "Submerged in a Dancing Day Dream", started with members of Backhausdance shot by Orange Coast photographer Priscilla Iezzi, but was ultimately transformed by illustrator Oksana Badrak into the playful story that unfolds on the print pages. Here, we take you behind the scenes with before-and-after photos. Hover your mouse over the photo to see the transformation.



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CRIME: O.C. Confidential

Our "Center of the Universe" story about seduction and a serial killer is being read all over the world right now. Click here for the story.

 For more true crime coverage, check out:
  • Murder, Love & Redemption Everyone knows how Manson girl Susan Atkins helped take lives. But few know the story of the life she helped save. 
  • Sandy Murphy's Complicated Life Convicted of murder in 2000 and branded as Las Vegas’ most notorious femme fatale, she resurfaced a decade later as the happily married owner of a Laguna Beach art gallery. 
  • Murder. Just Because. One of the most loathsome killers in Orange County talks. Without remorse. And that’s the scariest thing of all.
  • The Private Struggle of a Public Woman To Orange County society, Debbie Simon had it all—beauty, wealth, family, friends, and a landmark Newport Beach address. But in the desperate months before her death, she lost what mattered most.
 
READ NOW: Serial Killer Seduction

Our "Center of the Universe" story is being read all over the world right now. Click here for the story.

 

Who Did Randy Kraft Seduce?

Current photos of author Jay Roberts.

 

A Fact-Checker's Journey to a 1980 Afternoon

Our intrepid intern tracks down the details in Roberts' story.

 

Why Isn't Randy Kraft Dead?

Our original piece on one of California's deadliest and most depraved serial killers. 

 

Editor's Letter, October 2013

Our editor considers "Center of the Universe" to be compelling—and incredibly frightening. Click above to find out why. 

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