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February 2014

In-N-Out's Lynsi Snyder

What’s inside our print edition this month—pick up a copy today!

Cover Story
Burger Queen
In a rare and exclusive interview with Lynsi Snyder, the 31-year-old In-N-Out CEO, who reportedly has a net worth of at least $500 million, talks about her family's success and tragedies, and what the future holds for the burger chain. To read her story click here. For a list of secret menu items, click here. To find out what celebs are In-N-Out fanatics, click here.

Features
How to Get “Lucky”

Rancho Santa Margarita writer Martin Dugard opines about his seemingly overnight success as co-author, with TV commentator Bill O’Reilly, of the “Killing” book series. Click here to read about the two decades of hard work that made him so lucky.   

Quiet on the Set
Filmmaker Austin Chapman was born profoundly deaf. Two years ago, new hearing aids allowed him to hear a wide range of sounds—including the soundtracks of his films—for the first time. Click here to read an expanded interview. For an expanded Web-exclusive interview, click here.

Dining
Dana Point’s Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern get the Main Course review treatment, while we revisit Vine in San Clemente in this month’s Rediscovery. Power lunch with O.C.’s Best, click here to read exactly how to power lunch.

Check our Thai beef fettuccini in Deconstruction, get the best pozole in Global Diner, and get Behind the Counter with Mick Schepers of Mick’s Karma Bar in Irvine.

Don’t forget to click over to our Dining Guide, our authoritative and searchable listings of more than 170 recommended Orange County restaurants

NEW SECTION! O.C. HOME
Flip through a six-page photo feature of the fabulous home of anti-mall developers Shaheen and Linda Sadeghi. Peek at what’s On the Market: four homes from O.C.’s top real estate markets, for large family homes then see a Julie Khuu-designed living room in Our Favorite Room.

Coast Lines
WIN! Check back to meet our Person of Interest Happy Harrigan, a devoted bearder, then submit your best facial hair photo for a chance to win a beard trim and T from Happy! In Trade Secrets, meet the local musher who is setting off on her second Iditarod. In Neighborhoods, we visit Heritage Plaza in Irvine—you can check out a map of all the places we’ve covered in Neighborhoods here. O.C. Answer Man discusses the Los Al racetrack and more, get the Stat Sheet on a 15-year-old NASCAR driver, and our Perfect Getaway is just one hop from John Wayne to Mexico City. Hot Pop helps you decide if you should see “3 Days to Kill” (click here for the trailer). Be sure to check back for our Arts profile on Carla Neuss of Laguna Beach Music Festival, and click here for our Don’t Miss events—including Miley.

O.C. Style
Finds
Valentine’s Day pink
Hot Shop North Menswear in Laguna Beach 

IN EVERY ISSUE

Letter from Editor Martin J. Smith

Zoom! Society editor Gloria Zigner’s monthly recap of the county’s top charity events. Be sure to check out our Charitable Events Calendar here.

My OC Can a Texas-born Colorado transplant learn to love the O.C. beach life? Check back to read Digital Media Director Lyssa Myska Allen’s essay, then click here for her transplant tips.

Drive The O.C. take on the new Ford Mustang

Land’s End Shawn Hubler why keep so much crap in storage lockers

 

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